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Old 09-17-2014, 09:34 PM   #22373
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Old 09-17-2014, 10:28 PM   #22375
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Attachment 74132 The sunset this evening was beautiful.

I wish more mutants had come to the rally. Mutants are very kind and tolerant people. Unfortunately, not everyone is. Even so, we are having a blast and love hearing the surf at night while we drift off to dreamland.

Sounds absolutely wonderful! Kate and I hope to make a rally one of these days. Although, I confess I would prefer to rally with the Mutants rather than the bigger group.

Life's short. Eat desert first.

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Sounds absolutely wonderful! Kate and I hope to make a rally one of these days. Although, I confess I would prefer to rally with the Mutants rather than the bigger group.

Life's short. Eat desert first.

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And in our part of the RVMDOM - life is too short savory deserts....
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Someone mention dessert??? Any pecan pie left??? Maybe a little ice cream too please??
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Old 09-17-2014, 10:41 PM   #22378
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We saw Noah at the Sight and Sound Theater and it was so realistic you could smell the animals! Our it could have been the bus load of octagenerians setting in front of us!



Was warned not to set too low for Jonah, otherwise you're shoes could get wet.



Thanks for the review, we've been wanting to see Jonah.

We saw Noah too when it first came to Branson. We were blown away! Would luv to see Jonah!
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Herb, what's the latest word on Barb? Infection on the way out? Ommmmmmm for Barb. Hope to meet you two at some RVM rally in the future!

Steve, congratulations on the good news. I can't even imagine the hurdles you had to cross to finally get your due. My 32 y/o step-son (Kate's oldest) and his 29 y/o wife, who were both born with spina bifida, are wheelchair bound forever. They are waiting to hear if their disability claims will be approved. We are crossing fingers and toes .... Anyway, it's great that you've got that behind you now and can move on to the Rainbow with a lighter heart.

Life's short; eat desert first. Who said you can't have bacon for desert? Dip it in chocolate and there ya go.

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Herb, what's the latest word on Barb? Infection on the way out? Ommmmmmm for Barb. Hope to meet you two at some RVM rally in the future!

Steve, congratulations on the good news. I can't even imagine the hurdles you had to cross to finally get your due. My 32 y/o step-son (Kate's oldest) and his 29 y/o wife, who were both born with spina bifida, are wheelchair bound forever. They are waiting to hear if their disability claims will be approved. We are crossing fingers and toes .... Anyway, it's great that you've got that behind you now and can move on to the Rainbow with a lighter heart.

Life's short; eat desert first. Who said you can't have bacon for desert? Dip it in chocolate and there ya go.

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I have been through very little - and nothing compared to your SIL/DIL...

And Dwayne has had a tough go getting SSI to work with him...

Me - all I did was work at the same place for 27 years. Turns out - I feel like the past few months - and the 5 year plan for going full time have been a second full time job.. geesh...

X2 on your sentiment for Barb and a double dose for your kids...

I do bacon and chocolate. Otherwise - savory desert is out...
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I do bacon and chocolate. Otherwise - savory desert is out...
How bout a craft beer and BACON flight??
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Herb, what's the latest word on Barb? Infection on the way out? Ommmmmmm for Barb. Hope to meet you two at some RVM rally in the future!

Steve, congratulations on the good news. I can't even imagine the hurdles you had to cross to finally get your due. My 32 y/o step-son (Kate's oldest) and his 29 y/o wife, who were both born with spina bifida, are wheelchair bound forever. They are waiting to hear if their disability claims will be approved. We are crossing fingers and toes .... Anyway, it's great that you've got that behind you now and can move on to the Rainbow with a lighter heart.

Life's short; eat desert first. Who said you can't have bacon for desert? Dip it in chocolate and there ya go.

Melanie

Thanks for asking about Barb. She says she is feeling a little better today but her ribs are very sore from coughing so hard. She still is coughing but not as bad as yesterday. Her meds keep her pretty drugged so she is sleeping a lot! We are hoping tomorrow will be a much better day because she says she isn't going in the hospital.
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HELLOOOOOOO you STMs!

Sandee and I thank all of you for thinking of us. Today we saw Sandee's mom off for her final trip. Lots of family and friends. Her dad is doing as well as can be expected. I was able to pull off the family eulogy with only a couple tears of my own.

Life goes on and we look forward to rainbow surfing in about a month. We will go see our coach tomorrow to inspect the work and maybe even bring it back home. If there are some minor issues they can iron out we will go back Friday for pick up. We are really anxious to see the work and get our home back. We miss it soooo much.

We will bring the coach back to Monticello, IN for a couple days of loading stuff back in it and cleaning up the BIL's lake house. By Monday we should be back to Champaign, IL until October 24th to be near to Sandee's dad and help him with what ever we can. After that we start our trek towards TX which should include being part of the gathering at the Drifters CG with Steve & Annie and all those other whacky folks committed to being there.
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Herb.....More healling Ohmmmmmmmsss for Barb. Hope she's feeling better and can stay away from the horsepital.

Don....again sorry to hear of your loss, prayers and Ohmmmmmssss for Sandee and the family.
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Just a follow-up on the BACON flights......Jenny's review of the brewery included this:

"My favorite thing is the bacon flight. Who was I before I discovered bacon flights? A poor, anchorless soul, wandering in the wilderness. But now... The ones I can remember trying are chocolate-covered bacon, Thai curry bacon, a caramelly one, a maple one, and a jerk one with molasses. There is always a combo of savory and sweet. I've never tried one that isn't awesome."

Mutant material fursure!!
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