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Old 04-21-2013, 06:12 PM   #141
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RVM14 - Wayne - do you have two #2 sons - or is the second #2 son (paragraph 2) actually #1 son - or am I confused. You have more honorable number 2 sons than A Charlie Chan movie.
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Old 04-22-2013, 02:35 PM   #142
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RVM #6 here..! My old Norcold never worked right if the ambient temperature was over 80-85 degrees, just couldn't keep the temp down where it should have been. I tried to tell myself that I liked it that way (can't have it, don't want it), but when the milk started to go bad after a few days, I bowed down to the Amish god of cooling units. Now it keeps everything cold at mid setting.

About a year after getting my old rig, I discovered it had a central vac system hidden under the closet floor. Strangely enough, there was no hose or attachments that came with...... Don't have it, don't need it, the little bagless Eureka works just fine.
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Big Oil Guy - don't have food poisoning - don't need it! It's an upgrade even a Mutant can't deny.

We do have the vac and it came with the attachments. We'd be with ya there too, but not throwing it overboard as long as it works. So far so good.
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:31 PM   #144
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I must be a RV mutant. I will use formaldehyde until the day I die. Then they can pickle me with it. And I love my Norcold and will never bow down to the Amish Gods. If the Norcold dies I will replace with a new Norcold. And I carry no blocks or pads, the ones that came on my jacks is all I will ever need. That makes me a renegade RV mutant!
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I must be a RV mutant. I will use formaldehyde until the day I die. Then they can pickle me with it. And I love my Norcold and will never bow down to the Amish Gods. If the Norcold dies I will replace with a new Norcold. And I carry no blocks or pads, the ones that came on my jacks is all I will ever need. That makes me a renegade RV mutant!
That makes you RVM17. Welcome aboard!
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Welcome to RVMdom, KSCRUDE!

You have well demonstrated you are a true RV Mutant.

One day you may need blocks for your jacks. Maybe.
I've been places where heavy rains cause gravel sites to Mutate into really soft stuff. But, maybe not. For now, at least, they are stuff you do not have and dont need.

But, as I think about it, I only needed them once. Couda gone without leveling!
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RVM14 - Wayne - do you have two #2 sons - or is the second #2 son (paragraph 2) actually #1 son - or am I confused. You have more honorable number 2 sons than A Charlie Chan movie.
Stop trying to confuse me! I know what I'm saying.

2nd #2 should not be #2, but 1st #2 in Para. 1 is #2 and #2 in Para. 2 is #1.

Got it?
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Old 04-23-2013, 08:46 PM   #148
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Stop trying to confuse me! I know what I'm saying.

2nd #2 should not be #2, but 1st #2 in Para. 1 is #2 and #2 in Para. 2 is #1.

Got it?
U betcha. You know if I didn't care, I wouldn't ask! Hope you and Earlene are all better since bug hit in SA. Talk to you soon.
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:37 PM   #149
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We're surviving. Earlene still a little under.

I'm waiting for a referral to EENT.
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We're surviving. Earlene still a little under.

I'm waiting for a referral to EENT.
Be glad you're not up here - temp dropping again. Not bad but it just keeps swinging up and down and won't settle in to comfortable spring. Afraid it's going to pop right to 105 and then stay there - with no spring to speak of. Get well you two.
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DANG! All the good stuff happens when I'm having to make miles because I was too busy enjoying Florida to leave for a reunion in Topeka in enough time to smell the flowers beside the road.

I humbly stand before you professing my suitability for RV Mutant indoctrination.

I have no musical talent, but I don't miss it -- I enjoy the talent of others.
I have only 25' of RV, but don't miss the other 10’-15’ some have.
I have no DH, but sure as heck don't miss him or need another.
I do propose that I travel with the RVM mascot, her majesty Sena

Might I be installed as an RV Mutant and assigned an official RVM designation?
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Hey Barb - you and Sena are a welcome addition to RVMdom. I believe that makes you RVM18!!

Safe travels and good to hear from you! Read the other say you were making some improvements to keep Sena from burning the popcorn. All were in the spirit of the mutant as I recall. Lol! Welcome aboard.
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Wow, it's good to be 18, again. Is there an official RVM handshake or gesture?
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Is there an official RVM handshake or gesture?
Uh oh. I sense trouble afoot.
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