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Old 08-27-2014, 09:06 PM   #21295
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Arrived St. Ignace today. Temperature at 6 p.m. was 65 degrees. Going down to 42 degrees tonight, then nightly will be back to normal 50's.

Wish you were here.

Wish we were there, Wayne!
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But heading to CO and UT soon.
Eat some pasties, aye?
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:26 PM   #21296
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everything is bringing a song to my mind tonight...
wish you were here had this one running though my mind...

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Old 08-27-2014, 09:52 PM   #21297
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everything is bringing a song to my mind tonight...
wish you were here had this one running though my mind...

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Old 08-27-2014, 10:09 PM   #21298
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Arrived St. Ignace today. Temperature at 6 p.m. was 65 degrees. Going down to 42 degrees tonight, then nightly will be back to normal 50's.

Wish you were here.
Now if you kept going north and east through Sault Ste. Marie on Hwy. 17 for about 4-5 hours you would be at our place! (full hookups, lol). We were in Mackinaw last summer. Super area!
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So here's a thought - FERVMMRNYECC 123115...

I have just started researching the possibility of wintering in AZ in 2015 - 2016 and thinking about leaving Bonita at the RV park and driving over to San Diego - hopping on a Norwegian Cruise and doing the First Ever RV Mutant Mexican Riviera New Years Eve Curiosity Cruise... so... talk amongst yerselves....

Annie just pointed out that Christmas may place home town demands on some so date is flexible - even to Valentines Day... or so..
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:44 PM   #21300
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So here's a thought - FERVMMRNYECC 123115...

I have just started researching the possibility of wintering in AZ in 2015 - 2016 and thinking about leaving Bonita at the RV park and driving over to San Diego - hopping on a Norwegian Cruise and doing the First Ever RV Mutant Mexican Riviera New Years Eve Curiosity Cruise... so... talk amongst yerselves....

Annie just pointed out that Christmas may place home town demands on some so date is flexible - even to Valentines Day... or so..
I couldn't get Kate on a cruise ship in a hundred years, even if we won free tickets. We went to Club Med in Cancun 5 or 6 years ago and after a couple of margaritas I got her on a catamaran sail boat for a scuba diving excursion to Isla Mujares. I had wanted to do a Caribbean cruise, but she said, loudly, "NICHT!" So, we refer to our Club Med vacation as "the land cruise."

Do the mutants ever gather at RV parks or campgrounds? That we would do. I get such a kick out of reading everyone's post. Would love to meet this tribe! I am SO proud to have a RVM #. I want a RVM badge to sew on the shoulder of my blue jean jacket.

BTW, the knee is coming along. Return to work--no driving--will likely be Sept. 5. Pray for me. I'm just rotten now; eating ice cream, having Kate wait on me, watching Netflix movies all day long. It's a tough life. .... Wait ... the physical therapist comes tomorrow. Where is my dang pain medicine?
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So what happened to son of GC? Now your planning cruises!
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Do the mutants ever gather at RV parks or campgrounds? That we would do. I get such a kick out of reading everyone's post. Would love to meet this tribe! I am SO proud to have a RVM #. I want a RVM badge to sew on the shoulder of my blue jean jacket.
Indeed... some of us (a sizable number) did gather at Catherine's Landing in Arkansas in April!

It's a tough life. .... Wait ... the physical therapist comes tomorrow. Where is my dang pain medicine?
Oh, You just wait... tomorrow you are gonna have so much fun!! well, one of you will, either the Therapist or you will...I used to do that in my younger years....mmmhmmm... now and then the inner sadist pops out... Physical Torturist...LOL!
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So what happened to son of GC? Now your planning cruises!
So I take it you won't be going on a mutant cruise. --

Actually - I have never been on a cruise. And I do have a bunch of suggestions in for SOGC locations but as I have said before... it takes a bit of coordination and time to pull that all together. By Dec 5th I should be settled in enough to really work on the SOGC.. and anyone else is welcome to take a stab at it before hand..

It does seem that since I started doing retirement type things - cruise lines - credit card companies and lord knows who all want to hook me up with something - scooters - bathtubs - Vilas - condos - retirement communities - rv lots - lol..

So when whoozits with cruises called the other day we talked about cruises. Just tossed it out there Tim since you have been on a cruise since the thread began - Sue has been on 4 or 5 - Dave and Nola have 1 a year in their "plans" and Don and Colleen cruise... and others - so I thought it might be something to think about. Especially given the proximity of San Diego to AZ - or cruises out of FL for wintering mutants... seemed like a good idea at the time.

So Mel - we got together 1 time before - and will plan another - and mini-c's happen with more and more frequency.

This is the link to the presentation of the FEGC @ CL
http://www.rvmutants.com/first-ever-...ng-history.htm

Edit in testing the link - looks like you may have to pop it a time or two to get it to behave...

Take a look and peruse the rest of the website too... we have a great group - and every last mutant is a rainbow riding winner!

Elizabeth - your mugs are on the way...

Mel - I can get ya some mugs but the patch is on hold for now. Maybe in March LOL.

Later mutants...
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Hey Steve we could be up for a cruise I'd Di and Larry will babysit Abbey and Molly our Labs. Lol
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So I take it you won't be going on a mutant cruise. --

Actually - I have never been on a cruise. And I do have a bunch of suggestions in for SOGC locations but as I have said before... it takes a bit of coordination and time to pull that all together. By Dec 5th I should be settled in enough to really work on the SOGC.. and anyone else is welcome to take a stab at it before hand..

It does seem that since I started doing retirement type things - cruise lines - credit card companies and lord knows who all want to hook me up with something - scooters - bathtubs - Vilas - condos - retirement communities - rv lots - lol..

So when whoozits with cruises called the other day we talked about cruises. Just tossed it out there Tim since you have been on a cruise since the thread began - Sue has been on 4 or 5 - Dave and Nola have 1 a year in their "plans" and Don and Colleen cruise... and others - so I thought it might be something to think about. Especially given the proximity of San Diego to AZ - or cruises out of FL for wintering mutants... seemed like a good idea at the time.

So Mel - we got together 1 time before - and will plan another - and mini-c's happen with more and more frequency.

This is the link to the presentation of the FEGC @ CL
http://www.rvmutants.com/first-ever-...ng-history.htm

Edit in testing the link - looks like you may have to pop it a time or two to get it to behave...

Take a look and peruse the rest of the website too... we have a great group - and every last mutant is a rainbow riding winner!

Elizabeth - your mugs are on the way...

Mel - I can get ya some mugs but the patch is on hold for now. Maybe in March LOL.

Later mutants...

Oh NO herb..... I love cruzin.....
Steve. In the last 12 years, have done 4 carribean, 1 alaska (all the way down), then got on roster with a broker and got to cruise FREE for teaching watercolor on 1 panama canal, and again a 30 day med sea cruise.
Btw, i worked part time as a travel agent when Larry and I met, had my license......

But Herb.... Might not leave the babies just yet, so I could pupsit..... We do have some mutants that do that for real.....







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Oh NO herb..... I love cruzin.....
Steve. In the last 12 years, have done 4 carribean, 1 alaska (all the way down), then got on roster with a broker and got to cruise FREE for teaching watercolor on 1 panama canal, and again a 30 day med sea cruise.
Btw, i worked part time as a travel agent when Larry and I met, had my license......

But Herb.... Might not leave the babies just yet, so I could pupsit..... We do have some mutants that do that for real.....







Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
Di - it had slipped my mind that you stared in episodes of the Love Boat as the painting and art instructor.. and we have pet caregivers in KS and AZ...

Annie is a little cruise shy - but is also intrepid. So anything is possible. LoL.. from the itineraries I've looked at - seems the land travel is the least of it - very little time alloted to actually see layovers - and plenty of time to see shows - wine and dine - gamble - relax etc on board. Who couldn't find a way to enjoy that?

Oh well - just a ponder and filed under the heading of get busy mutating.... ��
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We too have cruised all over the Caribbean. I would love to do the Med or Panama. We have also talked bout flying to Hawaii and cruising back.
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We too have cruised all over the Caribbean. I would love to do the Med or Panama. We have also talked bout flying to Hawaii and cruising back.
Herb the flyover and cruise around the islands then fly back is what we did. The riding the boat over OR back involves 4 days at sea, which is a lot of time on a boat and out at sea it tends to be a little rough compared to sailing near shore. We have cruised a lot and find anything more than 1 day on boat boring as I don't gamble and can't drink that much! Lol
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