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Old 06-24-2014, 11:18 PM   #18089
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Taking the Beaver out this weekend for our first family camp out.
Cleaned up and ready to go.
Woot Woot. And the color looks right too!
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Old 06-24-2014, 11:23 PM   #18090
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Taking the Beaver out this weekend for our first family camp out.
Cleaned up and ready to go.
Beavers are beautiful coaches. I'm envious... right up until I realize that I would have absolutely NO place to park it.... let alone the guts to drive it. lol
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Old 06-25-2014, 04:35 AM   #18091
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Hello all.

Well the last two days have been busy, between my brother and middle son and myself we have managed to almost fill a 30 yard dumpster with the stuff my dad just couldn't throw away we are sore and tired and have his shop to tackle today. Anyway with the dense fog we can almost be unseen two days of pouring rain have made this a miserable job.

Travel Safe one and all !!
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Old 06-25-2014, 05:41 AM   #18092
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Good morning all......
Going this morning to pick up my mother and bring her back for cornea transplant in her eye. The first one last year was rejected by her body.... So replacing again.... A long 4 days coming up for me..... So i will be popping out more than in.....


Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
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Good morning all......
Going this morning to pick up my mother and bring her back for cornea transplant in her eye. The first one last year was rejected by her body.... So replacing again.... A long 4 days coming up for me..... So i will be popping out more than in.....


Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
HUGE healing OHMmmmmms headed to Little Rock. Success this time! OHMMMMmmmmmmm
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HUGE healing OHMmmmmms headed to Little Rock. Success this time! OHMMMMmmmmmmm

X2. Best wishes for yer Mom, Di
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Today we toured Denver Meats, Inc. in Denver PA. It is owned by our friends Ginger and Sam Hippey.

They are the makers of Hippeys Meat Products, seriously high quality OM-NOM!!!

Ginger Hippey and Nola.
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Hello all.

Well the last two days have been busy, between my brother and middle son and myself we have managed to almost fill a 30 yard dumpster with the stuff my dad just couldn't throw away we are sore and tired and have his shop to tackle today. Anyway with the dense fog we can almost be unseen two days of pouring rain have made this a miserable job.

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Jeff, I think the saving and never throwing all came from the era our parents grew up in. Everything was saved and used or saved and re-purposed.
The last time I was out in my Dads shop, I found 6 big coffee cans of somewhat straightened nails waiting for re-use!

We have the same daunting cleaning out task to do now what my Mom has passed.
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Jeff and Les,

My brothers and I faced the same "save everything" mentality when we moved my Dad and his wife into Assisted Living. That Depression Era mentality they grew up with never let them throw away anything "useful". They paid a moving company to pack and move them and we found an amazing collection of fast food napkins, plastic margarine containers and twist ties. I unpacked the kitchen. The boys did the garage stuff.
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Was that a big rat looking down through that ring bologna?

Mayby I need a snappy name like Hippy to make my fortune in meat! Looks like y'all are haveing a good time!
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Was that a big rat looking down through that ring bologna?



Mayby I need a snappy name like Hippy to make my fortune in meat! Looks like y'all are haveing a good time!

Hey, dont rat me out Tim!

Did you make those tube steaks?

Keep Hippeys in mind when you get to Lancaster County.
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Hey, dont rat me out Tim!

Did you make those tube steaks?

Keep Hippeys in mind when you get to Lancaster County.
Yes, my first attempt at venison summer sausage! Had planned to bring some to the GC but thought the wildlife night had been changed to grilling night! Oh well, every night seemed to be pretty wild!
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WOW I am so surprised at how beautiful ND really is! Between all the beautiful green fields and the blooming Canola fields it simply amazing!

I don't think with out our RV we would see so many beautiful sites! We have always traveled a lot, but when flying we didn't see anything really. With work we are in towns usually and just kind of in the mode of getting work done - and the hotels didn't really have great views either. Another building.......

I was trying to upload pictures but the internet here is sketchy and doesn't seem to want to upload pics.
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Diane and Larry hope all goes well with your mom's cornea transplant
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