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Old 05-01-2014, 07:44 PM   #14981
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Steve...Bob would like you to post the video he took of his zip ride somewhere he can find it, please. It seems to have gotten deleted off his camera.
I have video of everyone's zip. On the platform, not to good, but when you flew I caught it all. Big files. Let me know if you want a copy and I'll get them to you one way or another.

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I'm sorta into watching her sing.

Actually even if she just stood there I would be into watching her do that.

On a lighter side, Wayne are you home yet and will Earlene let you play computer fixer-upper on the phone if'n I call.

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Tim, I'm back

Did it have a brake problem or a break problem. Them Arkie words you posted are confusing.
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Old 05-01-2014, 07:44 PM   #14982
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Absolutely! I bow to that, then.

June? Even better for those north of the border. All dates considered, right?
You are correct fine mutant! All dates and locations are under consideration. However... I will need a little time to recuperate from the FEGC@CL before Planning the SEGC??? If ya know what I mean - and that's all I have to say about that!
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:26 PM   #14983
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Just tell Nola and me where to show up. K?

Okay, let me hear the percussion section!
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:32 PM   #14984
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Dwayne you romantic devel you, sure could of used your agil body and mechanical mind or vise versa as Mary held me by the legs while I dove head first into the gears to the slide out below the bed.

Wayne I wrote this slowly so you could understand, slide motor no work no more.

Jay just thought of another use for the cup coasters, applied over ears during cold weather!

Dave Gwen looks nice at the KOA, not sure who you owed money too, jumping up and leaving under the cover of dark!

Chuck sent you a text, left my name off of it!

Got a park full of Texans here, fill in your own punch line!
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:40 PM   #14985
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Tim,

Was it the motor brake or the motor broke, like in break?

Sheesh! You Arkies.

So now are you a "gear head?" Did you get it fixed, that is the important thang!
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Greetings on and all !!!

Barb and I were the last two mutants to leave today , it was sad to leave but we were both heading out to new adventures. Marcia and I landed in Pickwick Landing State Park near Shiloh, TN the other day our illustrious Potentate started singing Neil Diamonds version of Shiloh and I've had an earworm ever since, its one of my favorites,

We are sending healing ommmmsss to Dunner and safe travel ones to the mutants still traveling.

Tim wish I could give you a hand with the power gear but I know you can git-R-done

Cheers !!!!
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:51 PM   #14987
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Tim,

Was it the motor brake or the motor broke, like in break?

Sheesh! You Arkies.

So now are you a "gear head?" Did you get it fixed, that is the important thang!
The "Power Gear" ( Brand name ) motor that is made, not attached, but made onto the side plate of the gear box that moves the bedroom slide in and out broke completely off of and away from the gear box.

Could hear the whine of the motor running but no movement.

Was able to get slide out manually.
After finding out you have to buy motor and gear box together as a new unit and a cost of $800 I decided to take it in when I get back and let extended warranty take care of it(I hope).

Figure I'll duck tape the room in for the drive to shop to keep it from opening, don't have any bailing wire with me!
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Old 05-01-2014, 09:07 PM   #14988
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Tim - just don't take the "out turn" too quickly!
Like others - sorry this happened. Since you get to sit for a month as a host - I'd suggest calling warranty company and trying to get a mobil guy to come install the puppy. Just a thought.

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Old 05-01-2014, 09:11 PM   #14989
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Good Evening:

I have to say that the last two weeks was the best that they could have been. I want to thank everyone for making Teffy and I feel like normal people. We are many times treated like outcast or different but not at the GC. We couldn't believe how nice everyone was. We left Wed morning and ate supper with our oldest son about 90 miles from home that evening. After a leisure Thur morning we arrived home around 1:00 PM. Now we are suffering "empty nest" syndrome. After 10 days of conversation and fellowship, it is different.

As far as the location of the next GC, we're game for any place but a little later in the year. Branson is OK but I don't think that we need a place with that much "outside" entertainment. We enjoyed visiting with everyone and finding out what other people had and how it worked. My tow dolly doesn't look near as good as it did before the GC and talking to Jeff (PTJeep). Dwayne showed me how the patio cover works and how to fix it and gave me some pointers on the other awnings. I'd like to talk to chuckinthebus and herbandbarb about their business again.

Dwayne must have told everyone about Dollywood because even we knew about it. Thanks to Martha we now have some "kieffer".

It was a God given experience to be enjoyed by all that were their. It was GREAT!!

Jeff: I'm sorry to hear about your slide problem, would you like to trade MH's, ours wont have a slide problem.


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Reading these posts makes me smile... I can picture each one of you, and hear your accents.... Of course, i do not have one.
So glad to get the reports of how and where you all are.

Tim, sorry bout your slide.. Ours has two huge things we put inside to prevent outslides. Pia, but guess worth it.

Laugh at Elvis group.... And Dollywood, seems so ordinary to me....

Teffy and Bob... Yes I also have empty nest.

Herb, you can be an Arkie and not call hogs, I dont...

Steve W - can i post more pics if i promise to space them.... Steve if you go in after they are attached you can out a space in

So enjoyed the watercolor class. You each need to post your paintings...

Barb, lots stranger names then Y city..... Do you want the short video of Sena? Let me know, i know your data is limited.

I too agree mid June would be perfect... Anywhere is ok.

Sue, we accidentally stayed at Rend Lake... Go to the Art Center when there..... Its great, only artists and crafts from IL.

This time next week, no more gallbladder, larry will let you know, but surgeon son is coming down too.....

Wayne, i can see your german forehead......

Ok i cannot remember what else i wanted to say, but then you all now know how shy and quiet I am....... Will see who reads to the end....... Smile






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Whoa Boy. X 40Double D

Double back ache is more like it.... Men...... Sheesh....


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Teffy... was sad to see you had left before I managed to pull my kiester out of bed Wednesday AM. I would have liked to 'bye' you and your lovely wife. But the fault was my own lazy butt... I don't know how you managed to get up and out so early after hiking the 7 zips Tuesday!
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