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Old 06-18-2014, 03:25 PM   #17711
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Can anyone identify this for us?
Not officially.... But they look like porkle berries...(just teasing) no clue.
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Old 06-18-2014, 03:35 PM   #17712
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Really? That old huh?

What site # are host sites.... Just curious..
And btw it took me a long time to develop this sparkle.... Lol... But i will try.....

Thanks again Tim....


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The host site is in area A I think site 23, just across from the bathroom and shower. There is a swing at that site and the Toro golf cart looking thing should be there also. The site has you backing in up hill so it leaves the door pretty high, I needed a extra step once level and used blocks under fron tires to keep them from dangling.

The cart has no key, you use the screw driver to turn the key, it's in the dash tray! Once key on you just step on gas, it starts and goes. Not really nessasary to turn key off all the time, just be sure you turn the radio off when not in cart, it will run battary down. Also keep an eye on fuel level!
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Old 06-18-2014, 04:17 PM   #17713
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Not officially.... But they look like porkle berries...(just teasing) no clue.
Is this where they grow bacon?
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Old 06-18-2014, 04:41 PM   #17714
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The cart has no key, you use the screw driver to turn the key, it's in the dash tray! Once key on you just step on gas, it starts and goes.

Does it look like this?

12hp, lots of plastic
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Old 06-18-2014, 06:15 PM   #17715
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Does it look like this?

12hp, lots of plastic
Yep, but the State Issue, comes with roof, windshield, signal lights and two way radio to Ranger station, oh and also a Packard ( wood engraved ) that states to the world in bright red and white that you are the PARK HOST!

Job does not include whistle, billy club, firearm, ticket book or siren. I know cause I ask! Darn
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Old 06-18-2014, 06:26 PM   #17716
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My reward today for not causing a ruckus in the grocery store. These are super tasty rooster treats. Little Red Hen claims they are not loaded with junk chemicals. Surprising, because I thought good tasting stuff always was full of bad stuff.
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You didn't cause a ruckus. Most unusual. Most of the time you go to the clock department and set all the alarms for 5 minute intervals, then you put prophylactics in all the grocery carts you can find, and on, and on, and on.

What happened, getting to old to remember all the fun times?
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Old 06-18-2014, 06:37 PM   #17717
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You didn't cause a ruckus. Most unusual. Most of the time you go to the clock department and set all the alarms for 5 minute intervals, then you put prophylactics in all the grocery carts you can find, and on, and on, and on.

What happened, getting to old to remember all the fun times?

You've heard of my old tricks, I see. Takes the edge off of what would otherwise be an uneventful shopping jaunt. Ever wonder why Lowe's has all the display toilets up on a high shelf? Heh ... heh .....
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The host site is in area A I think site 23, just across from the bathroom and shower. There is a swing at that site and the Toro golf cart looking thing should be there also. The site has you backing in up hill so it leaves the door pretty high, I needed a extra step once level and used blocks under fron tires to keep them from dangling.



The cart has no key, you use the screw driver to turn the key, it's in the dash tray! Once key on you just step on gas, it starts and goes. Not really nessasary to turn key off all the time, just be sure you turn the radio off when not in cart, it will run battary down. Also keep an eye on fuel level!

Lol.... I talked to Lee this afternoon.....


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Old 06-18-2014, 06:46 PM   #17719
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Been snacking them off and on for 2 yrs.
Not cheap, but tasty and GF

I'm already limited to 16 crackers per day !! It's tough because they are habit forming. To add to my troubles, the darned cat mooches some of my allotment.
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Old 06-18-2014, 06:59 PM   #17720
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You've heard of my old tricks, I see. Takes the edge off of what would otherwise be an uneventful shopping jaunt. Ever wonder why Lowe's has all the display toilets up on a high shelf? Heh ... heh .....

Sort of reminds of the joke where the drunk takes a dump in someone's tuba, but I suspect that you're sober.
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Old 06-18-2014, 07:14 PM   #17721
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You've heard of my old tricks, I see. Takes the edge off of what would otherwise be an uneventful shopping jaunt. Ever wonder why Lowe's has all the display toilets up on a high shelf? Heh ... heh .....
Oh no! You to!
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Old 06-18-2014, 07:37 PM   #17722
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When someone gets aroundtuit and sticks together a mutant cookbook, I have a simple recipe to include:

Po Kids After School Slab Treat

Goes like this ... Slab of air dried white bread (end pieces are the best) ... swizzle of Karo syrup ... dollop of peanut butter.

Mix and spread over bread.

Flip on TV to catch Mickey Mouse Club and observe latest "development" of Annette.
I used to have an every Saturday babysitting job when I was young for the 3 kids next door. We invented Peanut Butter Mush Mash Sandwiches. Spread crunchy pnut butter on bread and place on cookie sheet in 325 oven and cook until well melted. Remove from oven, plop a Tbsp of Smuckers grape jelly on half, swirling jelly in warm pnut butter. Top with an un-jellied piece and mash them together.

The strange thing is I never liked PB&J sandwiches, but I made them every Saturday for almost 2 years. The 3 kids loved them and the family became dear friends.
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You didn't cause a ruckus. Most unusual. Most of the time you go to the clock department and set all the alarms for 5 minute intervals, then you put prophylactics in all the grocery carts you can find, and on, and on, and on.

What happened, getting to old to remember all the fun times?
I don't care what Earlene says about you, Wayne. You are good for something. Laughs! And I bet your parents were married before you were born, too!

And that goes for your partners in crime, Possum and Moonrover, too.
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Hello, Mutant Peeps:

Welcome to the newbies, and health to the sickies. Don't you know that it's summer time? It's against the rules to be sick in the summer time!

I've started my new job (promotion from my old job), in a new city. The commute isn't too bad, but we're thinking about the dreaded M word. I swore we'd never move again after the last one, but we're thinking of downsizing and starting the process toward the R word. I like that one a lot better! So we're house hunting this weekend - wish us luck!

Peace and sweet dreams, mutant family.

G'night, John Boy!
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