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Old 08-22-2014, 09:11 AM   #20987
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Ah.... the morning read always gives me something to smile about!
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Old 08-22-2014, 09:57 AM   #20988
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Ah.... the morning read always gives me something to smile about!
Isn't that the truth! If there wasn't an iRV2, I'd have to start one...
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Old 08-22-2014, 11:16 AM   #20989
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Crickets... can you read this.... it's uncanny....
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Old 08-22-2014, 11:20 AM   #20990
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Bruce, Wayne is being mean to me.
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Old 08-22-2014, 12:00 PM   #20991
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I know I have been all over the place with my posts - and TEFFY is lost - and Dave on the Road - Muddypaws and KSCRUDE in time out - Tom and Jan still rainbow riding - Herb and Barb stuck on a train somewhere in the canyon - Jim and Ginny lost in ??? Space - rezman having fun somewhere - Sue about to bon voyage - Jeannie and Dave last heard from when - and Falcon190 married and working on Honey Dos and Wayne and Earlene did I mention them.... Heck even Tim is busy with something and Di and Larry were so busy work camping (is that even a thing ???) It's just hard to keep up and be a good mutant... reaching out the hand of friendship - giving the wave - and monkeying around - all those those things that brought us here.

So Frank just asked me for the Avatar - haven't posted those in a while and new mutants may want use it. Some prefer not to use it. It's all good.

Hi Everyone,

We are still in beautiful cool Colorado. We have been busy on the Jeep trails enjoying the mountains and wildflowers in the high country. I managed to knock a fender flair off the Jeep ( I fought the rock and the rock won). Ginny is been a real trooper and we have been over two dirt passes with shelf roads at 12,000 feet. She only covered her head twice.
We are in a park at 7,763 feet and the locals are saying summer is just about over so we will be heading back mid September .

Hope everyone is having a great summer,

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Old 08-22-2014, 01:46 PM   #20992
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Ginny is been a real trooper and we have been over two dirt passes with shelf roads at 12,000 feet. She only covered her head twice.
Yup right at the start was when she covered her head and right at the end when she uncovered her head.

I know the feeling as there are two or three places on our mountain highways where I have to drive with my eyes shut to keep from passing out. One is very close to Golden BC and the other is a few miles west and the third is on the "Crowsnest" highway near the border with Alberta.

Thank god for cruise control.
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Hi Everyone,

We are still in beautiful cool Colorado. We have been busy on the Jeep trails enjoying the mountains and wildflowers in the high country. I managed to knock a fender flair off the Jeep ( I fought the rock and the rock won). Ginny is been a real trooper and we have been over two dirt passes with shelf roads at 12,000 feet. She only covered her head twice.
We are in a park at 7,763 feet and the locals are saying summer is just about over so we will be heading back mid September .

Hope everyone is having a great summer,

Jim, Ginny and Abbie
Great to hear from you two, Mary was telling me Ginny was riding the slopes. You don't have her on that medical cannabis now do you Jim, that don't sound like the Ginny I know all up in the mountains! Lol

Be safe, fender flares can be replaced, that's why there removable !
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Crickets... can you read this.... it's uncanny....

It seems to start right off at the top with a big change! These were all right side up? Looks like some heavy duty, high power stuff, but no, I can't read it. Do tell!
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It seems to start right off at the top with a big change! These were all right side up? Looks like some heavy duty, high power stuff, but no, I can't read it. Do tell!
It is basically starting at the top with change and following all the way through to health and happiness. So - I have not see "cards" in many years so when I came on this app the other night - I couldn't resist. (There really is an app for everything I guess.)

So first and last run was as presented. I went through it and could not believe it. Pretty funny.
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It is basically starting at the top with change and following all the way through to health and happiness. So - I have not see "cards" in many years so when I came on this app the other night - I couldn't resist. (There really is an app for everything I guess.)

So first and last run was as presented. I went through it and could not believe it. Pretty funny.

Very cool!
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Jim and Ginny - Annie was just saying the other day - if Ginny doesn't call soon we won't be going shopping until we meet pass through Big D (or they make it to) the RGV. LoL!
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Strike up the band 21000! Woot woot
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Strike up the band 21000! Woot woot

I never even noticed ... but I did get all those 9s in a row!
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Crickets... can you read this.... it's uncanny....
NO clue my man. But death at the top doesn't look too friendly!
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