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Old 05-15-2014, 07:04 PM   #15807
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Sohapi.... Colleen, sorry i missed it.... Hapi Birthday......


Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....
No worries at all I was trying to ignore my birthday this year - crazy busy at work and will celebrate this weekend i think. lol
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:06 PM   #15808
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I just noticed that today is SoHapi's birthday!


Happy birthday, Colleen!
WOW Sarah that is so fancy! Thanks
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:14 PM   #15809
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Geesh. I'm from Texas; I thought you said "Shiner."




Plus, my Dad was a Shriner. I need to go read the blog to see what's going on.
Hahaha. LOVE Shiner! It was my birthday beer of choice! FYI: the Shriners paid for some leg braces for me when I was a kid. Wore them 2 years, straightened my pigeon toes!
Don't we only make fun of those we love? Publicly anyway??
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:35 PM   #15810
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Yes happy birthday Colleen, and many more. It is a quiet night on the rainbow. We are going camping tomorrow for the weekend. Our last child is graduating from KSU in Manhattan. First child went to Texas Tech, second to KU and the last two did KSU. Now maybe we could get a big fancy Diesel, like the Texans drive. Wayne told me as we were leaving CL, you need to get a real rig. Wayne is right, and maybe we will someday. The DW wants a washer dryer and I want a diesel, other then that we love our little rig. Y'all have a great weekend. Haven't heard from Dunner or Barb lately. Hope there doing fine.
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:42 PM   #15811
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Yes happy birthday Colleen, and many more. It is a quiet night on the rainbow. We are going camping tomorrow for the weekend. Our last child is graduating from KSU in Manhattan. First child went to Texas Tech, second to KU and the last two did KSU. Now maybe we could get a big fancy Diesel, like the Texans drive. Wayne told me as we were leaving CL, you need to get a real rig. Wayne is right, and maybe we will someday. The DW wants a washer dryer and I want a diesel, other then that we love our little rig. Y'all have a great weekend. Haven't heard from Dunner or Barb lately. Hope there doing fine.

Dont know about the diesel part..... But i LOVE having the washer/dryer.... That was my highest priority..... Never have turned it on while otr, but could.... But it kinda does the whole rig shakee, right Herb........




Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....
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Old 05-15-2014, 07:50 PM   #15812
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Denise and I and our two closest friends decided to enjoy each others company today by having a fishing trip / picnic at Beaufort Picnic Sight on Cameron lake just about 19 miles east of us. We all had a truly wonderful day of sitting around chatting, scarfing hotdogs and smokies and watching our bobbers bob. All in all a very relaxing day.

My ponder is why we waited so long and when will we do it again.

Great day of fishing to boot. Didn't catch a darn thing.
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Old 05-15-2014, 08:00 PM   #15813
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We ponder as we wander

Wandering down the highways and the byways of America and looking through a window to the world larger than 90% of the other windows our brothers peer through, is it possible not to be amazed at the beauty we're privileged to see.

Over every hill, around every curve, through every forest, and along every shore, we marvel at what God has made. His handiwork is evident in all of His works.
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Old 05-15-2014, 08:13 PM   #15814
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My ponder is where are all of the mutants? "I wonder as I wander" where are you wandering....
You all are being way too quiet.... I had hoped for some recovery reading....
Some juicy news about new things to see, new camp sites to visit. Random posts from random wanderings....
Tell those of us that are stationary, what you are doing......

Who journals? I dont blog, but I do keep a journal of every place we visit... Maybe the RVM temps need to add our own.....
I write name, location, cost, site number, my own rating 1-5, dates, and comments. Yes i use the reviews on every website available, but it is nice to know a person who has been there.

Silly ponder? Silly to be so #%~* curious about what ya'll are doing out there in RVMville......




Diane is retired and lazy........ So please excuse the fat lazy finger slides.....

Suspinzzzz! In the current round of decluttering, I've discovered a lifetime's worth of cotton fiber (never mind all the wool and angora and hemp!) for spinning. Perfect job for a rainy stretch of days.

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So, I'm spinning natural green cotton.

I used to journal, but think I've burned out. The blog is still there, though, if you want some recovery reading.

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Old 05-15-2014, 08:57 PM   #15815
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My pondering has turned into hypothetical discussions with myself of one thing or another related to going full time. Those who have been there and done that know the discussions. One day I will write them all down. Hopefully they will be humorous in retrospect as first hand some are a bit weighty. Not "heavy" as in a 60's or 70's kind of way - just hefty. Lots of i's to dot and t's to cross - and ducks to put in a row.

So like so many things - one step at a time. Speaking of time. I have only received 1 actual suggestion for a GC location (Barb). I'm not pushing cause I have tried doing some research too and it is time consuming. Use the form on the website please - it's not difficult.

On with the show!
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Old 05-15-2014, 09:11 PM   #15816
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I was pondering about our 8 months on the road so far. My health has really not cooperated, but I still can't imagine have to park this thing and move into some stationary housing. As long as I can prop myself behind the steering wheel I will be out here moving. I am fortunate that my DW can do everything else, including all hook-ups. That, of course, is what makes being a mutant so much fun. Another mutant to share it with.
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Old 05-15-2014, 09:15 PM   #15817
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I was pondering about our 8 months on the road so far. My health has really not cooperated, but I still can't imagine have to park this thing and move into some stationary housing. As long as I can't prop myself behind the steering wheel I will be out here moving. I am fortunate that my DW can do everything else, including all hook-ups. That, of course, is what makes being a mutant so much fun. Another mutant to share it with.
Dave to both you and Deb! Many healing Ommms as well! It was good talking to you the other day. We will mini-C again as soon as we can!

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Old 05-15-2014, 09:19 PM   #15818
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Mutation doesn't always come softly and steadily on it's path... it wobbles, and lurches and runs a bit then trips.... at least my mutation does...so if we slow down a bit now and then... it's only because we are rather like amoebas in how we get from one spot to another... slowly stretching out in a direction, not seeming to move at all and then all of a sudden we hurtle through and get absorbed into the tentacle we had strung out there.... only to regroup and do it all over again.

For entertainment purposes... I have a funny (to me) true tale of my even more slowly mutating other half that I will post on the other spot. It involves hair chalk....
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I posted my current change of scenery on RVM2RVM. Wouldn't it be redundant to post it here as well? I'll just say that Mike has photographic proof of our Mini-C and I'm sure he'll be along soon to show such proof.

Sena, Lily and I are in Yuma tonight where it's almost dark and the temperature is STILL over 100 degrees. I have an appt with RVM#1’s dentist tomorrow at 11 am.

I may regret such a late appt time as I plan to walk across the border. Yikes! I sure hope there's shade over the line waiting to get back into the US. I hear the wait can be lengthy. Must remember to take plenty of water.
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Old 05-15-2014, 10:00 PM   #15820
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Hey Mutants!!!!

Does anyone remember the children's toys called weebles ?
And the slogan ?

Weebles wobble but they don't fall down ? Weebles were definitely mutantated ....

Cheers !!!
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