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Old 09-23-2014, 11:32 PM   #22821
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I did it again. I finally bought one of the fold up camp kitchens from an on line garage sale site here in Port Alberni. Paid $15.00 for it and my three burner propane Coleman style stove fits it perfectly.

Me'n Tim are set.
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:05 AM   #22822
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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.
I'll PM you with my email address, which you can give to Linda. So long as it is a diesel .... I don't want a gasser.

"Dated" can always be "updated." If he smoked inside the coach, it would be a hard sell where Kate is concerned. Over time, stale tobacco smoke just sort of permeates everything. We definitely prefer to buy from a non-smoker, as both of us are non-smokers. But, if he never smoked inside the coach, it should be fine.

Will pm you now....

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I did it again. I finally bought one of the fold up camp kitchens from an on line garage sale site here in Port Alberni. Paid $15.00 for it and my three burner propane Coleman style stove fits it perfectly.

Me'n Tim are set.
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:29 AM   #22824
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Another couple things are checked off the list...
Vehicles registered and SD paper plates are in the mail - and full timer insurance is set. ID cards with 11/1 effective dates are being set up and mailed.

Happy Days are just ahead... 18 working days... but who's counting.
Steve, what are SD paper plates? Maybe license plates? Are y'all domiciling in South Dakota?

I am worried sick about how I am going to get health insurance, since we are going to be full-timing before I'm 65. (Kate will have Medicare by then.) I'll be age 63 yrs, 2 mos when I leave my job and we want to hit the road 2 months after that. So, I will need to find some kind of insurance to get me to Medicare.

Been reading about this on the Full Time forum, but it's all pretty confusing to me. Did you find a company that specializes in providing insurance plans for full time RVers? I wonder how the ACA can help those of us who leave full time jobs and our group health insurance coverage? It's a nerve-wracking prospect.

Nov. 1 will be here in a minute! OMG, you guys must be so excited to launch your adventure! We're not too far behind you. Now, if we can just find our coach ....

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Old 09-24-2014, 12:39 AM   #22825
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Mel you will have to get Obamacare ins. That's what we had to do with Barbs insurance cause I'm on Medicare and she is 61.
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:42 AM   #22826
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Hey Mel PM me when your gonna be at Alvarado if you want some company and Barb and I will try to come down to browse with ya. Our son and DIL live 5 minutes from there.

That would be great! Would love to have you and Barb browse that giant lot in Alvarado with me. Plus, would love to have your experienced eyes looking things over in any coaches that look like good candidates.

Will PM you in a day or two, after I have a chance to make a plan. Can't go out there this weekend. Forgot about a seminar that I have to help at for work. :-(

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Old 09-24-2014, 12:58 AM   #22827
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I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it,I did it, I did it I did it!

I finally got caught up with all the posts. Type slower people, I don't read that fast. Sheesh!!!!!
LOL! If you miss a day or two, you're behind 10-20 pages! Whew. It helps if you're a speed-reader!
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Old 09-24-2014, 01:11 AM   #22828
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Mel you will have to get Obamacare ins. That's what we had to do with Barbs insurance cause I'm on Medicare and she is 61.
Wouldn't even begin to know how to do that. But, hopefully, it will work out.

Hope Barb is doing ok. Is she well?
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Old 09-24-2014, 07:56 AM   #22829
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Steve, what are SD paper plates? Maybe license plates? Are y'all domiciling in South Dakota?

I am worried sick about how I am going to get health insurance, since we are going to be full-timing before I'm 65. (Kate will have Medicare by then.) I'll be age 63 yrs, 2 mos when I leave my job and we want to hit the road 2 months after that. So, I will need to find some kind of insurance to get me to Medicare.

Been reading about this on the Full Time forum, but it's all pretty confusing to me. Did you find a company that specializes in providing insurance plans for full time RVers? I wonder how the ACA can help those of us who leave full time jobs and our group health insurance coverage? It's a nerve-wracking prospect.

Nov. 1 will be here in a minute! OMG, you guys must be so excited to launch your adventure! We're not too far behind you. Now, if we can just find our coach ....

Mel
Mel - South Dakota paper plates are disposable place settings with the state seal - Mount Rushmore and the governors autograph on them... either that or temporary, paper license plates. 😀 As it turns out we will be getting actual metal plates - as without our state Drivers License they won't issue our vanity plates. So we will have to get those when we go there next month.

And yep - we will be residents of SD using Alternative Resources - name changing to Dakota Post - as our mail / residence.

I agree if worry you will make yourself sick... stop worrying.
You are right though - health insurance in SD has sort of fallen apart. We have Tricare as I am a service connected disabled Vet. So we do not have an issue. My retiree group health would work though.

Indeed we are busy.. and in need of one of Warrens Happy Meals / Valium deals... it is not easy to clear the decks. But each day it feels better.

You found iRV2 and the mutants too - so you're at the right place to find answers or at least ask questions and consider opinions and options.
We will be here for ya! That's the collective, RVM Curiosity we...

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Mel - South Dakota paper plates are disposable place settings with the state seal - Mount Rushmore and the governors autograph on them... either that or temporary, paper license plates. 😀 As it turns out we will be getting actual metal plates - as without our state Drivers License they won't issue our vanity plates. So we will have to get those when we go there next month.

And yep - we will be residents of SD using Alternative Resources - name changing to Dakota Post - as our mail / residence.

I agree if worry you will make yourself sick... stop worrying.
You are right though - health insurance in SD has sort of fallen apart. We have Tricare as I am a service connected disabled Vet. So we do not have an issue. My retiree group health would work though.

Indeed we are busy.. and in need of one of Warrens Happy Meals / Valium deals... it is not easy to clear the decks. But each day it feels better.

You found iRV2 and the mutants too - so you're at the right place to find answers or at least ask questions and consider opinions and options.
We will be here for ya! That's the collective, RVM Curiosity we...

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And we are a WE, for the most part..... I love being able to get such great advice without having to create a new thread and waiting.... WE guve answers so quickly, and almost always someone of us knows the correct answer... It is great.... Good morning mutants.....



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How are things in Glocca Morra ... this fine day?

No rain here, so no rainbows except at the unicorn's end. Martin's gone off to the dermatologist to get his pate polished (scabby, scrappy pre-cancerous lesions), while I keep my addled pate at home, eating bonbons and working crossword puzzles. (Right!) >:~/

Glad to hear our great leader has been cleared by yet another specialist (EENT). All a part of the puzzle, soon to be completed and cleared for the next great spread of pieces to assemble. Soon!

Marty, fresh kombucha has been assembled with vinegar from that last batch. Will it work this time? Will the scoby be well fed? Will the sun rise in the morning? Stay tuned for the next exciting episode of ... "As the Demijohn Turns".

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I did it again. I finally bought one of the fold up camp kitchens from an on line garage sale site here in Port Alberni. Paid $15.00 for it and my three burner propane Coleman style stove fits it perfectly.

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Sue ya know - ya can get to Florida for the winter by coming through Rockport Texas on 11/14 - 11/21. That way you could paint the gulf Coast looking south from Texas POV for a change... and be a part of the First Ever RVM Pre-Thanksgiving Day Feast & Flaggship1 Full Time Kickoff Celebration & Curiosity (FERVMPTDF&FFTKC&C) and eat Cajun smoked turkey and have a Bloody whatever that mix is you and Marty make Mary's cocktail - and as Martin might say - bloody good time...

I mean - in the grand scheme of thngs... what's a little drive down to the Texas Gulf Coast on the way to Florida anyway. No big deal...
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BTW - Sarah - are you listening...? Quick jaunt down to Rockport in November..
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