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Old 06-04-2014, 02:47 PM   #16955
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Has anyone white watered on the Rogue River in southern Oregon?
No, I kept it to white foam, lager style, while fishing...
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:48 PM   #16956
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:49 PM   #16957
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Dennis,

I ordered 2 of the same tree. I'm planting one here on the river and the other at my daughter's place in Seattle because this is where I can best care for them.

I'd suggest that you plant a small Mike tree on your place, 'cause I have this end covered. This world cannot have too many trees just like a person can't have too many friends like Mike.
I probably missed the post, but what kind of tree did you choose for Mike?
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Old 06-04-2014, 02:51 PM   #16958
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You people and your newfangled puny little screens! I'd need a stylus to hit the keys. One of my fingers would cover four letters. Possibly the gals have loooong fingernails that are good at hitting individual keys. Those "nails" scare me, especially when a nurse at the ophthalmologists office gets near my eyes and attempts to administer drops.
I suppose that would be better than a rectal exam...
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I can't believe what I see. It says I'm the ONLY person reading this thread. It isn't 3 am, it's 8:30 PDT for goodness sake.

Wake up Muteys there's a lot of important playing to do!! Sheeeesh
You know what. ...since I've been here, I've been sleeping so good....no ear plugs, no sleep aids. .....nothing. Wonder what it means. ....
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Barb, about Oak Bay and their ridiculous $10,000.00 fine for cutting down a Garry Oak. A buddy of mine lived in Oak bay and his old old Garry's were starting to drop huge branches on this so he applied for a removal permit.

The old biddy next door heard about the application and went around Oak bay getting a petition signed stopping council from approving the removal application. She got the r3equired 500 and council nixed the trees being removed.

Fast forward six months to the middle of a wet and windy (very windy) winter and guess what trees split down the middle and did a few hundred thousand dollars damage to said old biddy's "Historical" house. Her insurance adjuster showed up at my buddy's place to get his insurance information because her insurance company was going to approach my buddy's insurance company to sue for damage repairs. My buddy showed the adjuster the paper work of his application, the old biddy's petition and the refused application for removal application from Oak Bay council.

Needless to say the rich old biddy is a few hundred thousand dollars poorer because her insurance refused to pay for the repairs as she was the root cause of the damage.

Justice served, n'est ce pas?

I love stories with happy endings.
Wow...people just take em down around here. They may be hillbillies, but they got SOME common sense
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I can't believe what I see. It says I'm the ONLY person reading this thread. It isn't 3 am, it's 8:30 PDT for goodness sake.

Wake up Muteys there's a lot of important playing to do!! Sheeeesh
Oops, I guess I forgot to wind my watch....
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You people and your newfangled puny little screens! I'd need a stylus to hit the keys. One of my fingers would cover four letters. Possibly the gals have loooong fingernails that are good at hitting individual keys. Those "nails" scare me, especially when a nurse at the ophthalmologists office gets near my eyes and attempts to administer drops.
Nails just don't work on those keypads, must be the finger itself...
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Has anyone white watered on the Rogue River in southern Oregon?
Nope, but we took a Jet Boat ride 54 miles up the river and back. We were picked up at our CG just about a mile up from the mouth. As would happen we were the last two on. We got front row seats just behind the "wet" wind shield. Fortunately I had my camara in a ziploc bag. Earlene and I were wet through and through the undergarments.

It was worth it. I can tell you for sure, and I have pictures, of what a bear does do in the woods.
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Nope, but we took a Jet Boat ride 54 miles up the river and back. We were picked up at our CG just about a mile up from the mouth. As would happen we were the last two on. We got front row seats just behind the "wet" wind shield. Fortunately I had my camara in a ziploc bag. Earlene and I were wet through and through the undergarments.

It was worth it. I can tell you for sure, and I have pictures, of what a bear does do in the woods.

There are three absolute truths, water is wet, the pope is catholic, and Elvis is dead. Anything else about bears is pure conjecture......unless you have pics.


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You know what. ...since I've been here, I've been sleeping so good....no ear plugs, no sleep aids. .....nothing. Wonder what it means. ....
It is a long known and well documented fact of the RVMdom -that the best sleep occurs in an RV. Plain and Simple!
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Love this. ...I was thinking if it ever got hot enough around here I'd go rent a canoe, and take Charlotte (in her life jacket, naturally) out with me. She's the least likely to drown of the 3 of them, if I capsize the thing.
I've done it before. ...a few years ago....just me alone....no dogs. It was nice. ....no capsizing then, fortunately.
Last canoe float we did, we took Bess dog. She had a life jacket on. I did have to hold her still between my knees and when it got a little bouncier that the average, I squeezed her tight to keep her from moving around and upsetting the canoe.
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