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Old 06-03-2014, 07:33 PM   #16885
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Well, I get a A+ for productivity today, but an F for following thru with my plans. But I'm gonna blame the weather. It was too cold to go kayaking until late this afternoon. By that time I was too tuckered out from another marathon weed pulling session and the wind came up making the river too choppy for me anyway. Maybe tomorrow?
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Old 06-03-2014, 07:45 PM   #16886
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Barb - no mutant knows better than you what tomorrow is for. It's for doing what the rainbow didn't let ya get to yesterday - or is that today....

You have made a life for yourself that affords you a new adventure every day and the freedom to adjust, adapt, and mutate. and a hearty tip 'o the hat!

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Old 06-03-2014, 07:54 PM   #16887
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Come full circle 'round: Sky_Boss and Suspinz held both the first and the latest Mini-Curiosity. Is there a certificate for that?

With spouses at Kamakura: Attachment 64523
The teppan table: Attachment 64524

So: pictures and it did happen!

Cheerio!
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PS: Now I've confused myself. Did we meet Tina (timarti) ... before or after that. Lost in the mists of time!
LOL, it was last August in Goshen when we were at the Forest River Rally and you were at Thor. Hoping to get south to Florida at least once. We are booked for the first week of November in Ft. Myers and I am hoping for February or March. When do you head down to Naples?
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:08 PM   #16888
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.... By that time I was too tuckered out from another marathon weed pulling session ....

What's with the weed thing? Let me think about this ... what would Foghorn Leghorn do? Ah yes ... reclassify the weeds as flowers! Thistle flowers. Ragweed flowers. Dandelion flowers. Problem solved. Back to nap.
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:11 PM   #16889
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Come full circle 'round: Sky_Boss and Suspinz held both the first and the latest Mini-Curiosity. Is there a certificate for that?

With spouses at Kamakura: Attachment 64523
The teppan table: Attachment 64524

So: pictures and it did happen!

Cheerio!
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PS: Now I've confused myself. Did we meet Tina (timarti) ... before or after that. Lost in the mists of time!

OMG so much food.... That would feed Barb and me for a week.... Lol.... Larry would be so tired of my leftovers.... GBP posts are we....... But it loojs yummy......

On the waterwatching....
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:40 PM   #16890
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Great pictures Dave and Nola.


7 on the shoreline or on the beach RV sites recommendations so far. Keep 'em coming.


Japanese restaurants are fun. 5 grandkids loved the one at Disney World. The chef was impressed that they ate all of their veggies. They all love veggies.

We're having fun this week spoiling our 7 year old (as of this Thursday) grandson this week at the CG. Austin and I share the same birthday.
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:41 PM   #16891
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Thank you, Judy! That will still be floating around my brain come evening. Endless loop. At least now I have the words to put to it!

BTW, how's that boy with the three-piece collarbone?

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Well my son had the repairs done last Thursday. When he was awake, the doctor was gone already so he didn't get any feedback from Dr. on how it went. But he says he aches inside, and the skin surface is numb. He goes in for check after 2 weeks. I never have heard of such lack of bedside manners. My son didn't seem too upset, but I would be calling the dr for a consult about what exactly was done and what they found. Guess I am just an old fuddy duddy. Hmmmm. more to ponder. what is this world coming to?
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Old 06-03-2014, 09:08 PM   #16893
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Barb, I would love to sit along a major river and watch the world pass by. Can't think of too many things that would be more relaxing. Seeing each ship pass by, brings to mind thoughts of where they've been and where they're going.

Anyone else have a favorite shoreline resting place? Would love to camp weeks at a time next to a beautiful waterway that has lots of traffic to watch. Give me your best locations.

One of our's was camping on the Homer Spit up in Alaska. Windshield full of water views. Water about 150' away.

Someone should write a book. "The 100 best waterside RV lots in America"
Either side of the St Mary's River between Michigan and Ontario at the twin Saults. (pronunced Sooz) sitting in Clerg Park on the Canadian side or even better at the Aune Osborne Park. A guy could play catch with someone on the 1000 footers passing by headed in both directions, if he could find someone on deck to play catch with. This link https://maps.google.ca/maps?q=st+mar...bp=12,135,,0,0 gets you a view of the Sugar Island Ferry dock and panning left or right shows a few hundred boat watching spots.

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When I was a kid I got a whole set of thing-a-ma jigs and a metric set of thing-a-ma-bobs and my mother then switched to whose-a-fliffies. A guy can never win. Denise now demands whatch-a0call-its.

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Barb, the tree thing for Mike, have you planned a place to plant it? Also will you accept contributions in August?
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LOL, it was last August in Goshen when we were at the Forest River Rally and you were at Thor. Hoping to get south to Florida at least once. We are booked for the first week of November in Ft. Myers and I am hoping for February or March. When do you head down to Naples?

Aha! I remember that! No pics, though, so maybe it never happened? A figment of our collective imagination, then?

So when did we meet Don and Sandee? I remember talking at the time about how this was the first Curiosity. And how did this get so important (to me) all of a sudden? My brain is tired.

As for Naples, we'll head thataway in early- to mid-December and will be there, probably, until early April. I do hope you can make it this year. We can play with fuzz and spin-things!

Cheerio!
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Well my son had the repairs done last Thursday. When he was awake, the doctor was gone already so he didn't get any feedback from Dr. on how it went. But he says he aches inside, and the skin surface is numb. He goes in for check after 2 weeks. I never have heard of such lack of bedside manners. My son didn't seem too upset, but I would be calling the dr for a consult about what exactly was done and what they found. Guess I am just an old fuddy duddy. Hmmmm. more to ponder. what is this world coming to?

I so agree.... This is not acceptable. Did the dr talk to anyone? Have him call.....
Judy, my son is a surgeon, i know he does not treat his patients like this, and I know he even calls them at home....
When I had my surgery last month the Dr talked to Larry and again to me....



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Diane...it just sounds so wrong somehow to say sliding finger mutant.......I think finger sliding mutant is more apropos.... But it's your own unique title to do with as you will....:-D
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my thighs and buttocks screamed at me all day yesterday.

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