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Old 05-19-2014, 11:14 PM   #16129
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Well Herb, it relates to going to Golden Coral tonight, and that's all I'm going to say about it.
So did ya let all the air outta another one or what? I may have DSL but - but have curb avoidance..... And that's all I'm gonna say about that.....
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Old 05-19-2014, 11:41 PM   #16130
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Oh yeah - the Weber Q2000 came in too!! Pretty nice! Will have to use my wireless Maverick thermometer I have for the smoke if cooking by time and temp - lid down. No thermometer on the lid.... The 2200 has one. No issue really. All bases covered when it comes to cooking with fire!

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Old 05-20-2014, 09:07 AM   #16131
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No SMARTY, the air is still in them.

There are two types of curb appeal. Those that have it, and those that will have it. So there.
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Old 05-20-2014, 09:23 AM   #16132
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No SMARTY, the air is still in them.

There are two types of curb appeal. Those that have it, and those that will have it. So there.
So scuffed side walls then.
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Oh no! I've been so preoccupied with all the running back and forth to Mexico that I missed my 3rd anniversary as a Fulltimer. As of 5/18 I've been traveling for 3 years! Time has just flown, too.
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Old 05-20-2014, 09:56 AM   #16134
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Oh no! I've been so preoccupied with all the running back and forth to Mexico that I missed my 3rd anniversary as a Fulltimer. As of 5/18 I've been traveling for 3 years! Time has just flown, too.
Happy Anniversary to you, happy anniversary to you, happy full timing anniversary dear Barb.......happy anniversary to you!
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So scuffed side walls then.

Nope! It was a gentle up and over. Hey, it's an SUV it is supposed to be able to do that. I was just testing the system out.
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Nope! It was a gentle up and over. Hey, it's an SUV it is supposed to be able to do that. I was just testing the system out.
As long as ya don't bottom out - or high center it's a successful test!
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Happy Anniversary to you, happy anniversary to you, happy full timing anniversary dear Barb.......happy anniversary to you!
X3 Barb. Congratulations!!
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Nope! It was a gentle up and over. Hey, it's an SUV it is supposed to be able to do that. I was just testing the system out.

Wayne, don't worry. It's normal practice in England (and the rest of Europe for all I know) to drive over the kerb to park. Darn sight easier than that pesky parallel parking. Sue has admonished me many times for doing it. Now, our new Cherokee will park itself, parallel or perpendicular but I haven't dared try it out yet!

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Oh no! I've been so preoccupied with all the running back and forth to Mexico that I missed my 3rd anniversary as a Fulltimer. As of 5/18 I've been traveling for 3 years! Time has just flown, too.

Well, hey! It's been a good 3 years, then? You seem to have most of the wrinkles ironed out so you manage well and don't miss an S&B. (Except maybe when you're trying to find something that you know is in there somewhere!)

Congratulations on your 3rd anniversary. Long may the rainbow support you and give you joy!

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As long as ya don't bottom out - or high center it's a successful test!
The MKX has 22.5" tires. Raises the undercarriage nicely for those type tests.

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Wayne, don't worry. It's normal practice in England (and the rest of Europe for all I know) to drive over the kerb to park. Darn sight easier than that pesky parallel parking. Sue has admonished me many times for doing it. Now, our new Cherokee will park itself, parallel or perpendicular but I haven't dared try it out yet!

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Martin, SOMETIMES I like the way the English think.

I would not be afraid to let the vehicle park itself until the first time it failed. Then I would do it the manual way, over or not over the curb.
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Where have all the Mutants gone, long time ago?
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They must be hiding in the dark.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

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Where have all the Mutants gone, long time passing?
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They must be hiding in the dark.
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Oh, when will they ever learn?

Come out, come out wherever ya'll are!

Hey! I don't count? S I do: 1-2-3....!
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