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Old 05-04-2014, 08:29 AM   #15121
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Hello Mutants!!
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So I found a little time to make some edits and additions to the website. If you look for it - you will find a new page with the closing night slide show saved as a PDF. I will get the movies and other things posted as soon as I can.
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Enjoy the pics in the PDF!
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On Edit

http://rvmutants.com/first-ever-gc--...g-history.html

Click link above - then on Closing Presentation.

Loved the slide show! It's a keeper fer sher.

Hope the ribs are better by now. It takes an unbelievable length of time to heal up any more, doesn't it?!

Cheers!
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:35 AM   #15122
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Tomorrow we explore here in Harrisonburg VA, and Sunday we go to our home CG in PA.

We have GC-lag for sure!

So where in PA do you hang your hats and do you spend several months there or spend more time on the road? I remember western PA (vaguely, since it's been so long since I was there) as being somewhere rid like to explore. Haven't made it happen yet.

Cheers!
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Old 05-04-2014, 09:25 AM   #15123
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Good morning my mutant friends. It looks like everyone except Sue and I are sleeping in or have gone to church before checking in this fine Sunday morning.

The high temp in OKC is predicted to be 96* today and I only have a 20 amp electric hookup, so no A/C without running the generator.

I came home to the coach yesterday and it was 98*inside and 97* outside. We need to leave this heat and head towards cool. However, attending the GC was worth putting up with a few days discomfort, and a really long drive.

Have a mutatasish day, Y'all!
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Old 05-04-2014, 09:55 AM   #15124
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Barb,
You should be able to run one AC on 20 Amp. Only thing you will do if it doesn't work is trip the breaker. I have run roof AC's on 20 amp circuits many times. Just don't turn anything else on except for maybe one light at night. You do need a 12awg cord as a minimum. As the AWG # goes up, the wires in the cord are smaller. A 10awg wire is bigger than a 12awg. There should be writing on the cord that says what the wire gauge is.

Any hardware store should have 12awg extensions. Do not use 14awg as those cords are just for lawn equipment, like weed eaters and blowers. To small a wire for the MH.
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:01 AM   #15125
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For the record... We were well paid to "look like" we were having a great time... Tim put $20 in the Arkansas "welcome wagon" bags. Wayne showed everyone his, but the rest of us quietly slipped ours in our wallets.

Yep - indeed a great time was had by all. Thanks to Don and Sandee, Herb, and Dave the Poobah for taking such fine pictures - and Zeelarry, Di, and the others for posting their pica to the thread!!

Now back to sleep... G'night Mutants (again). Question? Am I the only mutant that wakes up in the middle of the night and checks in?

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It's amazing the quality of acting you can buy for $20. The next home boy host might have to cough up a little extra, oh say $30, to account for inflation!

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Old 05-04-2014, 10:10 AM   #15126
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It's amazing the quality of acting you can buy for $20. The next home boy host might have to cough up a little extra, oh say $30, to account for inflation!

Hope the ribs are feeling better.
Thanks Tim! Slowly getting better!
Keep us informed on the slide motor.
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Tomorrow we explore here in Harrisonburg VA, and Sunday we go to our home CG in PA. We have GC-lag for sure!
There are a lot of unique and very interesting attractions in PA.
Orbisonia & Rockhill Furnace for the Easy Broad Top Railroad The East Broad Top Railroad and Coal Company
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Strausburg for Strasburg Rail Road
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RR Museum of PA :: Welcome
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National Toy Train Museum

Anyone see a theme developing here??

PTJeep what part do you hail from?
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So where in PA do you hang your hats and do you spend several months there or spend more time on the road? I remember western PA (vaguely, since it's been so long since I was there) as being somewhere rid like to explore. Haven't made it happen yet.

Cheers!
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We stay near daughter and son houses in Lancaster County. Hope to complete annua servicing for vehicles and us by July 1 and head to GA to see grand daughter. Then to places unknown, following good weather...

YOU would LOVE Lancaster County. Quilting museum. Fresh produce at Amish/Menonite roadside stands. Fabric shops.......etc
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:59 AM   #15129
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Since many of you posted pics of yourselves recently, I think it is only fair that I post a picture of a healthy Dunner.
Love the hat. It may now be a STM requisite. Get better soon, we are all pulling for you.
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:18 AM   #15130
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:19 AM   #15131
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Wayne, I only have 1 A/C unit. My rig is only 25' long. My extension cord is a 30 amp RV cord with a 20 amp adapter plugged into the outdoor plug.

Well, shucky darn! Wayne you're right! I just tried it and it works!! I owe you one. I'm running A/C and the frig and we are cool!


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Barb,
You should be able to run one AC on 20 Amp. Only thing you will do if it doesn't work is trip the breaker. I have run roof AC's on 20 amp circuits many times. Just don't turn anything else on except for maybe one light at night. You do need a 12awg cord as a minimum. As the AWG # goes up, the wires in the cord are smaller. A 10awg wire is bigger than a 12awg. There should be writing on the cord that says what the wire gauge is.

Any hardware store should have 12awg extensions. Do not use 14awg as those cords are just for lawn equipment, like weed eaters and blowers. To small a wire for the MH.
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Correction. No IV drip, but I need the IV port for the happy drugs. When I got out of the shower the nurse tried to flush it and it leaked. I'm considered a "hard stick", so she called a senior tech with an ultra sound screen to find a deep vein. Did good and I hope she is paid well.

Anywho, just got 4mgs of morphine for severe throat pain. Feels good all-over. Hope this is not TMI.

She said that if they release me, the pneumonia is fixed. Just have to deal with the aspiration and throat pain.

Thanks for the ohms. I know what they are; I used to work in electronics. (Dunner still has a sense of humor, but it is growing thin). This hospital will not forget me.

I just don' know what to expert with this assisted living or whatever it is called. I just want to get home and be with Sadie. She loves dad.

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Glad things are getting better, Mike. Where is Sadie while you are in the hospital? I know she misses you and you her. Take care.
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Thanks Tim! Slowly getting better!
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I must have missed what happened to your ribs, Steve. Hope all is well.
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:40 AM   #15134
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Staying with what happens at GC stays at GC I'll let Steve answer that question. All I'll say is you should have seen the other guy, he was layer out flat as a floor, and sweating from the humidity.
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