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Old 07-19-2012, 08:08 PM   #491
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I have been involved with the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate for over 20 years both in construction and board of director service. Once you catch habitatitis it becomes a way of life. Hope to be able to do some Habitat gypsy work when we hit the road for good.
If you haven't already found them, the RV Care-a-vanners will be right up your alley once you go on the road. They're RVers that do exactly that. Great group!

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Old 07-19-2012, 08:15 PM   #492
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Originally Posted by WheelingIt

If you haven't already found them, the RV Care-a-vanners will be right up your alley once you go on the road. They're RVers that do exactly that. Great group!
Thanks. I have heard of the Care-a-vanners I haven't looked into them yet as time for us to full time is still down the road.

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Old 07-21-2012, 12:45 PM   #493
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Abn is short for airborne. That only means that I'm dumb enough to fall out of a perfectly good airplane.

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All be it in the early '60's I see I'm not the only one with "Other Duties as Assigned.''
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Old 07-21-2012, 01:29 PM   #494
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In the Navy, a Supply Officer is referred to as Chop or Porkchop. I even have a Porkchop University shirt.

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I had to have a cb handle many moons ago, (way before cdl's) so I picked motorhead. I've been a hotrodder forever, always building my own engines/cars, then an A&P mechanic (airframe/powerplant) for several years on twin engine turboprop aircraft. (commuters) . A few years ago at my present job, a buddy who is no longer with us, started calling me motor-monkey, because I was always telling jokes. Made my day to see people laugh. I got that from my dad. Now days at work most people just call me monkey from that, or monk for short.
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Well, the name box when I created mine wouldn't take. "Sylviamosthighgoddessofallthingsleatherwhoownsafr eespritcub." So I just settled for SylviaCub.
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We get out camping every chance we get. This year so far were up to 12 weeks. We do everything from 2 week boondocking trips to 2 a day weekend trips. Our season starts just after Christmas, as we always go some where for New Years, we love camping in all four seasons. This week end we are backed up to a river watching the salmon head up stream to spawn. I can hardly wait to be able to full time, and just love getting away.

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