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Old 06-19-2014, 07:41 AM   #17739
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It sounds like you are one of the dye company's best customers. We used to use Rit dye back in the 60's because we could buy it at the grocery store. Is that what you use? I like your colors.

Michaels has a huge section with tie dye stuff...... Lots of stuff..... More Rit colors than I have ever seen.... And even flourescents...... Dont forget to print their coupon....


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Old 06-19-2014, 09:58 AM   #17740
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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.
Oh my, oh my! Look what you have started. Now Barb, you have met me but you have not met the other two you mentioned. It is not fair at all to put me in the same deviate class as those two.


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I know Chuck and Herb belong in that gang, and sometimes maybe Tim, too.

But you have rounded up the three primary leaders.
And who asked you Ms. Mouth!

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Okay Ms. Bowman I will have you know that Chuck and I keep far enough away from Wayne so we don't get splattered by his antics! We are really angels in disguise.
Are you kidding us? I learned all that I know from you when you visited our area, then you taught me more at the GC. You are the ultimate culprit. Chuck has nothing over you!

Ya'll just remember my theme song, 'cause I know ya'll still love, love, love me, and you do, you do, you do.

I hope that song plays round and round and round in your head all day long.
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:02 AM   #17741
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Off the wall -- but in honor of National Greasy Foods Day yesterday, I made spicy onion rings for supper: Click image for larger version

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What a mess to clean up, but boy! we're those rings ever good!
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:04 AM   #17742
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Oh Dennis, oh Dennis! No that is not one of the four "O's".

You jinxed me with your tale of punching a hole. I didn't punch a hole but I did the stupid today. The galley sink fills up pretty fast in this coach. Most of the time I'll just leave it open and close it a day before we leave for a good flush. Most times I don't open it until after a few days in a park and I notice it is getting full, then I pull te lever and leave it open if we are remaining for awhile.

Well, today I went out, opened the bay and pulled the lever. Of course I immediately closed it. Fortunately the cap was still on, but I never hooked up the sewer hose.

Out came the funnel (wonder why I have that) and the collapsible bucket. Yuckers, yuckers, yuckers and I am so glad it was just the galley water - it's bad enough. Had it been the black water I would have called for your help and waited until you got here.

Just another day on the road. Still in Pensacola, FL.
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:09 AM   #17743
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Off the wall -- but in honor of National Greasy Foods Day yesterday, I made spicy onion rings for supper: Attachment 65713
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What a mess to clean up, but boy! we're those rings ever good!

Oh my! OMNOM for sure.

Nola makes a batter for onion rings or fried chilis that uses GF all purpose flour, a bit if corn meal, an egg, and milk to get the right consistency. I do the cooking.

I will try some spicing next time! Think maybe cajun
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Oh my! OMNOM for sure.

Nola makes a batter for onion rings or fried chilis that uses GF all purpose flour, a bit if corn meal, an egg, and milk to get the right consistency. I will try some spicing next time!

Oh, yeah! This batter is made with sour cream, milk and hot sauce. I substituted some kefir cheese in for part of the cream. After the liquid dip (or marinading), then into GF baking mix w/the spices added, plus salt and white pepper. Spices in this case are celery and onion salts, garlic powder, and paprika.

I'd have preferred some cayenne in there, and some other sauce besides Tabasco. What will you use?

Making myself hungry again, and I just finished breakfast.

Cheers!
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:46 AM   #17745
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We are keen to join this group, we Have been mutating for 50 odd years and still morphing in to new rolls, locations even international, our most recent major mutation was to sell everything we owned in New Zealand at age 40 large and arrive in the USA with 4 suitcases and a dog.
We are full time Rv'ers nothing is subject to change other than change itself.
So if anyone know's how we join up please direct us to the large button, thanks.
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Old 06-19-2014, 10:57 AM   #17746
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Hello Rusty and Kelly,

Its not hard to join ... all you have to do is
1- Declare that the Journey is the Destination
2- Tell us some of the things you don't have and don't miss.

And soon the Grand Poohbah or his Porentate will bestow upon you an RVM number and then you will be free to roam the rainbow and ponder and pontificate at will.

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Oh, yeah! This batter is made with sour cream, milk and hot sauce. I substituted some kefir cheese in for part of the cream. After the liquid dip (or marinading), then into GF baking mix w/the spices added, plus salt and white pepper. Spices in this case are celery and onion salts, garlic powder, and paprika.

I'd have preferred some cayenne in there, and some other sauce besides Tabasco. What will you use?

Making myself hungry again, and I just finished breakfast.

Cheers!
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I forgot. She adds yogurt too.

Nola makes a cajun spice poweder out of "stuff". I think that and a bit of tabasco will do nicely. Will see!
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Welcome Rusty & Kelly, to this odd assemblage of oddly assembled people.

Possibly you can help clear up a mystery ... what accent does the GEICO gecko have? British, Australian, or New Zeland? Personally, I think the little guy is faking it.

Anyhow, join in the conflab, and feel free to chat about almost anything.
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Old 06-19-2014, 12:03 PM   #17749
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Welcome Rusty & Kelly, to this odd assemblage of oddly assembled people.

Possibly you can help clear up a mystery ... what accent does the GEICO gecko have? British, Australian, or New Zeland? Personally, I think the little guy is faking it.

Anyhow, join in the conflab, and feel free to chat about almost anything.
xs2 on the welcome.
Now about the GEICO gecko accent, I may have to mull that over before pondering about it.
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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!

An option to consider. Our neighborhood is made up of paired patio homes (garages and master bedrooms meet in the middle of the adjoined homes) and it's a maintenance free development (grass is mowed and snow is shoveled). Our HOA fee is around $1,000 per year. We own the property and have to do reroofs and siding updates ourselves (can't vary from the approved color tones). We have 2060 sq. ft (2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, bonus room and storage upstairs, sun room, 2 car garage)

We are retired and have a CG lot 45 minutes from home. We jump in our MH whenever we wish and all we have to do for the house is to stop the paper and lock up when we leave.

Works perfectly for our lifestyle and perhaps yours when you retire.

BTW, congrats on your recent marriage.
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We are keen to join this group, we Have been mutating for 50 odd years and still morphing in to new rolls, locations even international, our most recent major mutation was to sell everything we owned in New Zealand at age 40 large and arrive in the USA with 4 suitcases and a dog.
We are full time Rv'ers nothing is subject to change other than change itself.
So if anyone know's how we join up please direct us to the large button, thanks.
Rusty & Kelly

Hey Rusty & Kelly
Go to the very beginning of this thread... Read a couple of posts, the like PTjeep said... Just write it in a post.... Thats how ya join...... Welcome


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We are keen to join this group, we Have been mutating for 50 odd years and still morphing in to new rolls, locations even international, our most recent major mutation was to sell everything we owned in New Zealand at age 40 large and arrive in the USA with 4 suitcases and a dog.
We are full time Rv'ers nothing is subject to change other than change itself.
So if anyone know's how we join up please direct us to the large button, thanks.
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Hey y'all. As others have stated, just declare that the journey is the destination and tell us something you don't have and don't miss. This is a rigorous enrollment requirement but we know you are up to the task!!
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