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Old 07-26-2013, 06:24 PM   #2059
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Hey, Plano, you often ask for roll call to find those that haven't posted in a while, how about a roll call with current location! We may have a small curious gathering and not know it.

I'll start with Huntnski rvm32 Canon City, CO
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Old 07-26-2013, 07:04 PM   #2060
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#34 here. Stuck at the house in central Ohio for the rest of this month. We think the late summer breakout will be Michigan, maybe to the UP. After that the intent is to do a leisurely trek down to the Gulf Coast of Florida for the winter. No set schedule, no firm destination. I play everything by ear except the piano.

How will we recognize a fellow mutant if we are in the same RV park? Secret handshake, banner on the antenna, logo on T-shirt? Maybe a famous mascot set out on the picnic table, eh?
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Old 07-26-2013, 07:07 PM   #2061
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The aurora surrounding said mutant.
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The soft glow of rope lights.
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Old 07-26-2013, 08:03 PM   #2063
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#34 here......

How will we recognize a fellow mutant if we are in the same RV park? Secret handshake, banner on the antenna, logo on T-shirt? Maybe a famous mascot set out on the picnic table, eh?
Early on we discussed T-shirts - had a quickly thrown together logo that some did not care for - And agreed to a high sign. It's all ^^ there but we hit budget constraint and creative differences (can ya imagine that!!).

I have been pondering this as well and if time would permit I'd make the effort. Just having to make the effort to find the time first.

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It's debatable which one in the group has it right! Lol.

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Don't need no rope lights. I do have a LED porch light and a couple of those stick-in-the-ground LED lights. Oh, and some light-up-at-night flamings that are solar recharged.

And... you paid how much for that fone?
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The chin finger wave would garner attention.

How about a special hat like Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton wore to the Raccoon Lodge meetings?
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Even in the winter, they would be too hot for AZ.
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Even in the winter, they would be too hot for AZ.
My friend in Phoenix told me a couple weeks ago it isn't even comfortable in his pool. Why anyone without an ankle bracelet or actually behind bars stays there in the summer is beyond me. He recently went to Home Depot and called to tell me they had gone on summer hours and were closed early - after 2 or something like that.
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Even in the winter, they would be too hot for AZ.
Then maybe something with a brim for sunny climates, but still recognizable as mutant level panache.
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Then maybe something with a brim for sunny climates, but still recognizable as mutant level panache.
That has panache. Yes sir, that definitely has panache.
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He recently went to Home Depot and called to tell me they had gone on summer hours and were closed early - after 2 or something like that.
I think your friend has been out in the sun too much. HD stays open till 10 PM year round. Their opening hours may differ with the season though, or use to.
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I think your friend has been out in the sun too much. HD stays open till 10 PM year round. Their opening hours may differ with the season though, or use to.
He works there part time. Summer hours in effect. He has been retired for years - owns a couple rent houses and decided he was there enough that he'd see about a job. Got one and says he enjoys it - except getting there and going home.
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