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Old 05-02-2014, 08:26 AM   #15009
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I don't remember who made the bacon soup, but can you please send me the recipe please


I want bacon...... Enough said

My Queen made that. She never makes anything the same way twice! The variety is a big advantage to us.

Potato bacon/ham and cheese soup:

These are the ingredients I use. The amount is up to how much you want to make & your taste preference

Peeled & cubed potatoes ( I prefer red )
Cut celery
Cut onions
Chicken boullion
Simmer until tender in a small amt. of water

Add cut up fried bacon or cubed ham or both

Stir in cubed Velveeta sharp chedder & melt all together (more cheese makes it thicker).

Last step add as much cream or milk or half & half or a combo. Heat through but do not boil

Ta Da! Eat it up!
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:27 AM   #15010
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Not only the email, but don't post the link to the videos. My site is pretty well protected from "BOTS." (Those Google Robots that harvest information and when you search Google give you what it thinks you want.)

I just use my web site for friends and family (STM's also).
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Old 05-02-2014, 09:02 AM   #15011
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Hey Teffy,

Glad to see you are doing well, one thing though my slides are just fine, but Tims are a bit cranky. I sure enjoyed meeting each and everyone and Sena too, it was all that I had hoped it would be and more.

Cheers !!!!
Mistake on my part - both of you are tall and Teffy says both are of you are handsome.

We did find out that we don't need the camp lights when having a yak-yak as they do too good of a job attracting the bugs. The first ever campfire chat was in the road with no lights and so there were no bugs. Someone ask me how we knew who was taking - we just recognized their voice.

For the next GC I wouldn't mind Ill, Ind, Ohio, Mich, or Minn. You can tell how old I am as I don't know their "new" short abbreviations.

My mother probably was turning over in her grave during the GC, seeing her son wearing shorts and his shirt tail untucked, but it was nice. I may have found a new way to dress.

It's nice to be back in the king size bed but we sure do miss everybody and the conflabs. It's going to take this weekend to get all of the dirty clothes washed and dried and back in the MH and all of the food stuff out and in the S&B. I may give "heifer" a bath if I get everything else done.

Don (kscrude) - we ate the leftover steak that you gave us at steak night last night and it sure was GOOD. Another happy memory!


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My Queen made that. She never makes anything the same way twice! The variety is a big advantage to us.

Potato bacon/ham and cheese soup:

These are the ingredients I use. The amount is up to how much you want to make & your taste preference

Peeled & cubed potatoes ( I prefer red )
Cut celery
Cut onions
Chicken boullion
Simmer until tender in a small amt. of water

Add cut up fried bacon or cubed ham or both

Stir in cubed Velveeta sharp chedder & melt all together (more cheese makes it thicker).

Last step add as much cream or milk or half & half or a combo. Heat through but do not boil

Ta Da! Eat it up!
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Old 05-02-2014, 10:54 AM   #15013
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Minnesota for a GC? Sure!

We did family reunions there for about 12 years. It is the part of MN that the glaciers missed, so no lakes or marshes and so no skeeters!

Great meeting facilities: http://www.lanesboro-mn.gov/site/lan...ity-center.php

Stuff to see and do. Can you say tubing?
http://www.exploremississippibluffs....n-planning.php

And camping. Our fav is Eagle Cliff. http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions...Lanesboro.html
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Old 05-02-2014, 11:01 AM   #15014
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Had lunch here as we passed through about 15 years ago and said "Oh my! We must come back!"

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Regards the SEGC@Wherever.whoknows

Traveling from this side of things way out on the left coast has both advantages and disadvantages.

The various suggestions for the Son of FEGC have been interesting and with advance planning very doable. To put a bit of perspective on the plans from my place return to

Catherine's Landing is 4962 miles
Sault Ste Marie Michigan is 4628 miles
Wisconsin Dells is 4211 miles
St Paul Minn is 3801 miles
Mt Rushmore is 2784 miles
Provo Utah is 2230 miles
Les' House is 832 miles.

Being president of Cheapskaters R Us I would willingly opt for Les' place but I'm sure setting up and leveling in his driveway will yield its own unique set of difficulties, not to mention the objections of DW wondering if the que to the showers will ever end?

BTW I have found that bureaucratic tourist information sites should all be shut down. If you write asking for information they return your e-mail with a whack of URL's attached. So much for promoting tourism regards pretending to be doing something.
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How easy it was to load up for a week's trip, as opposed to a 4-month winter. But sheesh! How many trips is it taking to offload!!! I've lost count and we aren't done inside, let alone the basement!

Whine? Complain? Not me, nuh-uh, no way. It was so worth it.
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Papawto5 pics sent 5 min ago. Let me know if you get them.
Tim in my repair class I talked about slides. Look at the roll pin on your gear it is known to break. Hope this helps
Yes, I hated missing your class, I was busy prepping for something else and time got past me. It's all going to work out, I'm setting in shade chilling!
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Hey Tim, you know I'm not going to pass up an opportunity to rub you the wrong way, right?

I do agree that you should see if you ESP can get a tech out to you. Kind of dangerous depending on Duct tape. Of course, you could wrap it completely around the MH a couple times. No on around your neck of the woods would notice. Hee hee!

Actually plan on cutting one of my leveling boards down to correct length to use as a block. Bet I'm the only mutant there that carries a skill saw with him!

Although the duck tape does come in colors to match the MH.
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Early Afternoon Muteys!

Well I hate to leave my favorite mountaintop home but we are pullin out and heading back to the Lone Star State! Tim hope you get that pesty slide fixed soon so you can settle back to normal. Soooo, let's see now, where will the next GC be? North, West, East???? Let's get this nailed down so we mutants who plan their calendars 6-12 months ahead can pencil in the time and place. If we are going to do this after school is out then then we will have to plan our summer trip around the GC accordingly.
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Bonita - Annie and I rolled into storage at 1 this afternoon. We slow rolled from Mt. Pleasant to McKinney with a fill up along the way. There a few more items ti bring home over the next few days - but we're ready for the next run on the Rainbow. We are admittedly tired and as soon as we polish off the pizza that was just delivered, we'll flip to see who gets the first round of head soaking in the garden tub.

Catch ya later mutants.
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Actually plan on cutting one of my leveling boards down to correct length to use as a block. Bet I'm the only mutant there that carries a skill saw with him!



Although the duck tape does come in colors to match the MH.

Think Larry has one.... Or wouldnt be at all surprised.....


Diane is holding my iPad using iRV2 mobile app........ So excuse the finger slides, please...
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I'm guessing the tail light is high enough to hide his plumbers butt.

Fortuitous that the dual-exhaust pipe protuding under his seat looks like a pigs nose.
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