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Old 05-30-2014, 01:11 PM   #16647
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Les, for cryin' out loud. I just about had that image out of my head! Sheesh!



Personally I don't see a problem. Water will be the easiest, then digging a line trench and connecting it to the sewer line would be second, and because electricity is what it is, I place it the more difficult.

Consider hiring professionals for the job and make darn sure that they configure the electricity correctly. It is not wired like an electric dryer. When you get ready for that, let us know and we'll provide a like for the correct RV electrical hook up.

Are there any city/county codes that need to be adhered to? Are permits needed?

Edited: What the hey: here is the link to the electric: RV Electric

Put in the 50 amp service even if you don't need it right now. You may get a 50 amp later, OR we may come visit.

Jeesh...thus is hard to do on my phone!!

Anyway, thanks so much Wayne! I will save this link.

The more I talk to my Dad about these issues, the more I realize the tasks will fall on my shoulders, alone. I don't think he wants to be bothered with any of it.

It won't be that bad.... as long as the costs are reasonable.
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Old 05-30-2014, 01:18 PM   #16648
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I am deeply saddened at the news of Mike's passing.
Not all that wander are lost and not all that is broken can be fixed.

Many of you were familiar with Dunner before I joined iRV2, but I bumped into him on threads even as a lurker. Those of us who "knew" him journeyed with him through some difficult terrain. There was a point not long ago when it appeared our buddy Mike was back among us and the rainbow brightened up a bit. I thought his health had taken a turn for the better, but it seems perhaps he was putting his best self forward. He told me not long ago that "it was bad". He said he had lived hard and pretty much made his way as he pleased. It was clear to me he was 100% mutant through and through.

And so with that, and without putting it to a vote I hereby appoint on this day - May 29, 2014 - Mike (Dunner) Beatty RVM23 as our Official Guardian Angel. We will now ride the rainbow with you looking over our shoulder Mike and we're all better for having known you.

Journey In Peace Mike
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Awwww....that's nice.
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Old 05-30-2014, 01:33 PM   #16649
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Today was Ultimate BACON day on The Chew (abc network for non tv people) My favorite show. If you want the full recipe let ne know, or its on their website...

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Dueling IT security; I was a senior systems analyst for ExxonMobil for 28 years. I also have a couple of throw-down email addys and one that is cloaked. I don't have the group emails routed to my regular email because they tend to take over the in-box. So, I log in to Yahoo to see the group activity.

Now back to packing. Colorado bound on Saturday!!
I use a preview pane and I just cursor up or down to read the email. Never have to open them.

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Well since Wayne and Sarah have revealed their secreat past and their alias e-mails I feel it's time to let you in on the Super Secreat e-mail action that I use. First I developed a second e-mail account that never gets any replies. I Just Never Give It Out!

Just checking in!
Tim, I understand. When no one else will talk to you, you don't have to stand in front of the mirror and talk you can just send yourself an email. Yep! I'll bet it works well. (Sarah?)

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Today was Ultimate BACON day on The Chew (abc network for non tv people) My favorite show. If you want the full recipe let ne know, or its on their website...

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This pie really looked good.....




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4 oz of frozen, finely diced Bacon for the crust, and no bacon in the filling? Oh the inhumanity.
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Chicago?

London, maybe?
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Looks good next to the Cherokee, too, doesn't it? I don't even feel any pangs of jealousy, but the Jag is still a pretty thing to see.

Steve? How about one of those?

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Sue - we're practically giving away our '94 VP and '97 XJ-6 - and already shed the '84 XJS-V12. One thing I know about Jags - of any age - they give RVs a run for the money when it comes to running you outta money. The 150 is a beauty no doubt! I like the Series 1 6's too.

So at the moment - we are looking hard at '14 Ford Edge SEL with the 6 and leather. No adaptive cruise, navigation, or panoramic roof. The dealer actually drove it to my driveway for us to test drive. I will say this - for a small 6 it really scoots. Made the Equinox 4 cylinder seem slow. But in reality that was not a bad 4 and I bet the 6 will get up and go. We just like the Edge a tad more. No accounting for taste.... LOL.
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Steve -- our friend, who was also a Jaguar apprentice along with Martin, says to mention that Jags are great, as long as you are a competent mechanic. The man owns 2 Model Ts, with the same qualifications!

So you're narrowing down your choices now? It's a long slog, but you'll get there. Pictures of the happy couple when you tie that knot!

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Steve -- our friend, who was also a Jaguar apprentice along with Martin, says to mention that Jags are great, as long as you are a competent mechanic. The man owns 2 Model Ts, with the same qualifications!

So you're narrowing down your choices now? It's a long slog, but you'll get there. Pictures of the happy couple when you tie that knot!

Cheers!
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That's rich Sue. Almost as rich as my Scottish Jag mechanic. I have worked on em - but have two for more reasons than 1. Takes two to be sure one will be on the road, competent mechanic or not! Ya know my power sun roof also has a crank - it's called a redundancy. That way when the crank breaks, you can use the electric motor until the new crank comes in. I wish they had carried that through to the passenger rear power window. It decides to stop working every now and then. Then I take it apart - put it back together and it's fine. Gotta love Jags. And MGs too.
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4 oz of frozen, finely diced Bacon for the crust, and no bacon in the filling? Oh the inhumanity.

I didnt shiw the entire recipe.... There is bacon in the cinnamin rolls on top too


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Are you sure it's finger slides, not "on the sauce?"
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Steve -- our friend, who was also a Jaguar apprentice along with Martin, says to mention that Jags are great, as long as you are a competent mechanic. The man owns 2 Model Ts, with the same qualifications!

So you're narrowing down your choices now? It's a long slog, but you'll get there. Pictures of the happy couple when you tie that knot!

Cheers!
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Make it easy, Steve! Tie the knot. Then Annie will tell you which one, what color, etc.


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