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Old 09-23-2014, 08:04 PM   #22807
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? Electricity was discovered? Television was invented?
This began to pass as dinner...
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Old 09-23-2014, 08:27 PM   #22808
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Dave I've got to follow you around sometime. You find some of the best, off the beaten path, places to visit. Not sure your heading to them or just lost. Lol



Great pics!

We have always searched out the unusual and obscure gems. Maps, internet, info from locals, even rumors have worked out. And sometimes just by wandering in out of the way areas.
It is grand fun, and the local folks are always interesting and glad to see us.
We found many such places where we lived for 25 years!
Ya cant see nuthin if ya dont go lookin. 😄
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This began to pass as dinner...

The can has a green emblem. Soilant? 😳😬
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Old 09-23-2014, 08:35 PM   #22810
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The can has a green emblem. Soilant? 😳😬
The movie was set in 2022... a mere 7+ years from now...
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There are only about 50 dudes with your name on FB... but none of them look like you.
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There are only about 50 dudes with your name on FB... but none of them look like you.

Ditto that, Marty.
He aint on FB. Wut a fibber!
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Ditto that, Marty.
He aint on FB. Wut a fibber!
Am too. No picture....
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Does anyone know if Dunner's profile is still available on IRV2? And how to find it? I just heard from Linda about Mike's motorhome. I remember it is a National, Linda remembers that it's a Seabreeze model, but neither of us remember the length or year. I think that may be in his profile. It only has 17,000 miles and I'm willing to bet everything works on it. Mike was very precise about what he did.

Mel if you are interested I can connect you and Linda. I went inside briefly, but about all I remember was the decor was somewhat dated. Even though Mike used to smoke, it didn't smell like he ever smoked in it. I'm allergic to tobacco smoke and it didn't bother me.
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Old 09-23-2014, 10:30 PM   #22815
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Barb I have several PMs from Mike that I have kept - they are there and I I click on his avatar and got to his profile... here it is

I still miss the guy and his emails and PMs - at least he is our mutant Guardian... :-(
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We have always searched out the unusual and obscure gems. Maps, internet, info from locals, even rumors have worked out. And sometimes just by wandering in out of the way areas.
It is grand fun, and the local folks are always interesting and glad to see us.
We found many such places where we lived for 25 years!
Ya cant see nuthin if ya dont go lookin. 😄
Dave,

It helps that your toad can go places that many toads, especially mine, would be scared to go. The ground clearance on mine isn't such that I would risk getting off the beaten path very far.
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I have kept his PMs also... and the envalope he sent me seeds in as it has his handwriting on it. ( and the rest of the seeds I didn't plant)
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Mel,

Dunner's MoHo would have really good MoJo. He was quite an interesting man. I bought 2 memorial trees to honor his memory. I met him face to face just 3 weeks before he passed. The trees are these

Growing, caring for and propagating Harry Lauder's Walking Stick.

Marty suggested this twisted little tree and I know Dunner is getting a kick out of being immortalized by this contorted plant.

BTW, it's pronounced Do-ner. He loved to go to the sand dunes and drive his sand rail.
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It helps that your toad can go places that many toads, especially mine, would be scared to go. The ground clearance on mine isn't such that I would risk getting off the beaten path very far.

Barb, access is easy to most places we go. The road to Cleator and most others we visit are easily passable by any vehicle! They are just "out-of-the-way"! Slow? Yep! Worth it? Yep!

FYI, Y'all, I think a Dunner MH would just have to be one to consider.
Re-thinking, I would give it high consideration!
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