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Old 09-08-2014, 07:59 PM   #21953
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Hey Tim and fellow mutants - our new Honorary Mutants Alyssa and Heath are undoubtedly busy on the rainbow - and haven't been back to fulfill their obligation - 1 - telling us what their RV doesn't have and they don't miss -

and 2

Declare before us here that the Journey is the Destination.

But for us mutants - I have been reading some of Heath and Alyssas "work"... I think Heath pretty much met the mutant requirements with this piece of insight... @ 23 he / they have a well deserved piece of the rainbow...

The Best Part About Life on the Road: Realizing You Don't Need All the "Stuff" - Heath Padgett

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Old 09-08-2014, 08:12 PM   #21954
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Oh ya!
Hi Jan... Hi Tom... pictures when ya can... you have seen too many things to not share lol...
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Man who waits for roast duck to fly into mouth waits for very long time.
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Mutants attending First Ever RVM Pre-Thanksgiving Day Curiosity at Drifters Rockport Texas 11/14 - 11/21 eat Cajun Smoked Turkey with smile on face.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:00 PM   #21956
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Yummy.... Ya'll
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:00 PM   #21957
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Hi Jan... Hi Tom... pictures when ya can... you have seen too many things to not share lol...
We do have lots of beautiful pics. I just have to figure out how to upload them to this. I remain "challenged" when it comes to that...lol We are slowly making our way back east.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:07 PM   #21958
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We do have lots of beautiful pics. I just have to figure out how to upload them to this. I remain "challenged" when it comes to that...lol We are slowly making our way back east.
Text me a couple and I will quote your post and upload em for ya.... lol.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:22 PM   #21959
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Don and Sandee, I am sorry your Mother is so very ill, and I hope her husband stays as strong as he is, and the memories in your hearts will see you through the tough times ahead. Strengthening OOOOMMMMs for all of you!
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Here we are, Sue and I, at the harbour front in Dubrovnik, sitting at the very same spot where, 52 years ago I had my first iced coffee, having lunch and, yes, iced coffeeClick image for larger version

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R U an RV Mutant too?

RVM 36 checking in from Dubrovnik, Croatia, in a harbor-side restaurant for lunch. Seafood is fresh and plentiful here ... and so are the tourists! (Plentiful, that is. Dunno about fresh.) Three cruise boats are in today and the place is heaving.

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We'll be in Corfu tomorrow and then 2 days at sea to Gibraltar.

Cheers all, and ommmms where appropriate. Don and Sandee I know about, and am so sorry. It's a tough time. I'll check in again when I can.

Sending Tuesday, whatever date this is ... I think it's this is 9/9.

Missin' y'all, but the rainbow is just as bright on the Adriatic as in America. Cheers!

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There is a really neat park on the top of the hill there..... I loved Dubrovnik......



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Sandee, you and your mother, and the rest of your family, are in our thoughts and prayers... Don, prayers for your support for Sandee....



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Oh Waynie you know just how to sweep a mutant off his feet! (Blushing)
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Oh, ok, got my magnifier out so I could see that little sign! Lol
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I called Roadmaster today. They say to take the little "flag" off of it that screams "Take Me". The breakaway switch box is held in place by one screw. They say it may wallow out the hole over time but you can twist it back and forth.
They also say it should be out in front so there is no interference and you can be sure it is properly connected. I pretty much agree.

I solved my biggest problem by taking the "flag" off and my secondary problem by ordering two more of the "pins" as backups. Can keep one in the car and one in the tool box.

The ring really doesn't need this plastic tag flapping from it...
I'm wondering if there are different manufacturer's for that little device. The two I have had in the past swiveled and were designed that way. When I disconnected I just turned it to the side to hide it out of the way. Hmm! Presently on the Lincoln they tucked it behind the grill. It was difficult to get to the pull cable so I put a small carabiner on it making it more accessible. The pull cable from the MH is coil wound and just snaps back out of the way when not in use.

Push comes to shove, remove the screw and put a 1/4x20 (or whatever size) bolt with double nut on it and you won't have to worry about wallowing out.


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Only a jerk would take it...
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Now this is scary! Wayne has a double.
What was even stranger was when Earlene walked over to me with her iPad and wanted to know who the woman was. I couldn't for the life of me remember where or when that was taken and I could not explain my way out of it. Then she started laughing.

I need to meet that person and explain the dangers he put me in.
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Earline ain't that naive is she?
You better spell her name right, or she's gonna smack you one.

She was funnin' with me. She reads everything on this thread. That's the problem with having an open forum.
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