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Old 10-21-2011, 12:10 AM   #29
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When you are thinking of a way to convince DW to go winter camping
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When you are thinking of a way to convince DW to go winter camping
I and the one grandson have tomorrow off, wife has to work. We're taking the MH to Silver Lake (in WA) and my wife will join us there after work and a stop at the grocery store. Guess I'll have to start the chile that we're having for dinner myself. Her work is over half way to the lake so no use coming home just to go back.
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When you find that being in the doghouse means you're in the RV.
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Old 10-22-2011, 12:01 PM   #33
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When you have a picture of your RV hanging at your job just to remind you why you are working.
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Old 10-22-2011, 03:19 PM   #34
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When you find that being in the doghouse means you're in the RV.
That is not a bad dog house, I take that.
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Very funny replies. The only thing worse than the previous is if all of these folks take their toads with them!
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Yep, this is on my PC desktop back ground at work.

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She is going to sit this one out as I am going to the KOA next to the Pomona RV show going on, is that just too cool or what?
I "just" read in camp ground reviews that that KOA has lousy wi-fi....so be prepared. The RV show was fantastic. Had a GREAT time.

Try the BBQ Tri-Tip sandwiches.....
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I "just" read in camp ground reviews that that KOA has lousy wi-fi....so be prepared. The RV show was fantastic. Had a GREAT time.

Try the BBQ Tri-Tip sandwiches.....
Yeah wifi is at the office only, they use trees as the excuse, the KOA is not worth $60 a night, kids got bored, it is a solo flight next time.
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