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Old 09-29-2014, 11:50 PM   #23241
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Mine is my frying pan.
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Old 09-30-2014, 12:07 AM   #23242
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I have two.

Both are passengers.
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And here I thought it was OCD....THANK YOU TEMPS for savin' the GPotentate's BACON.

SO Tim when are the temps tellin' Ya that you're gonna get that deer??
Every time some one tells him to go get deer, he misinterprets it and starts chasing Mary.
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Easy Peasy my DW Denise,
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Old 09-30-2014, 06:56 AM   #23245
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Mine is my frying pan.
well mine is Shara! how ever it drives me nuts when my computer is down so that's 3rd 2nd would be Jade
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well mine is Shara! how ever it drives me nuts when my computer is down so that's 3rd 2nd would be Jade
Did I wake up this morning and it's Valentine Day, all this lovey dovey posting. Sounds like three guys trying to get out of trouble!
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Every time some one tells him to go get deer, he misinterprets it and starts chasing Mary.
And that's why I'm thinking of downsizing to maybe a class B. The Discovery is 40' and she can out run me in that distance!


Ken, deer season on hold for me for now, still waiting on new grandson to arrive!
BUT, Dwayne has been in the woods but I haven't heard any stories yet, and Jeff is planning on thinning the herd in Mi this year and he's been offal quite lately.
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No deer here not even on trail cams it's weird here. Only thing moving is chiggers and I'm tired of them
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Been thinking about the Grand Poobah's question... based on his answer, I'm pretty sure he meant a non animate object... I think it is pretty well understood among RVM's that our loved ones and 4 legged family members are without any doubt the most important.... but I'm not sure I would downgrade their existence to a personal item.
So, when it is just sitting there and ya'll and your loved ones aren't in it.... what would you scramble to save first out of it in an emergency situation? Or, what would be the first item replaced?

For me... if we aren't in it and it's not loaded ready to go... there really wouldn't be anything...ok....maybe the lawn chairs or maybe our little stuffed Rooster mascot. When Honey is sitting waiting on our next adventure... there isn't a whole lot of sentimental stuff in her as those items are all just little tools to make the rainbow riding a little easier... and yes, I have a frying pan I'd miss out there too...

My RVM mugs are inside and I use them on a daily basis....if they lived out there, they would probably top the list. They remind me daily of ya'll! my 'other' family.
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Lol... With a smile....

I joined this group in December.... I am a retired educator, jr high most of those years (I taught for 3 years - jr. & sr. high school. Actually loved it, but life took me in a different direction.)

I am a lazy typist on my ipad, and my fingers have a tendency to slide to the neighboring keys. I am also a watercolor artist.... And at the GC i gave a workshop on painting with wc....
Can't wait to see some of your work! My dad was quite a good artist, as is my brother. I suppose my "art" is song-writing.

They learned i can talk fast even with a slow southern drawl.... Truth is I am a really good editor and spelling and grammar police.....

Oh, boy. TWO of you! If Kate ever gets on this forum, everybody look out. She is a published author and worked as a newspaper copy-editor and columnist before following her heart and going into a 2-year program for chaplaincy training. (She is now a full-time hospice chaplain.) But, I doubt you'll ever see her on the forum. When she's not at work, she's got her head in her Kindle, reading a book.

But not since retiring.... My DH, Larry, said Wayne gave me the nickname... It is in the thread somewhere.... Anyway, when someone mis types now, they call it a Di move, SFM....

I knew there was a story. I'm learning that Wayne is a serious "kidder" and probably a "prankster" as well! But then, a lot of people in this group are, which is one of the things I love about it!

Glad you are here... Looking forward to getting yo know you both.... Ditto, Diane. Good to get to know a little about you!

Diane is the original FTSFM........... (Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
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Mel - in case you missed my post about Heath and Alyssa and, their quest - and 1 post joining us here as RVMS - These two 23 year old newlyweds are fun to read and follow.

This particular link from Heath is timely.. The Happiness of Pursuing an Unconventional Life

And Alyssa is an inspiring writer too... guess who else had a refrigerator problem Barb...
September: A Month of Adversity, Blessings, and the Broken Refrigerator - Alyssa Padgett

These two are busy - and I get an email now and again when Heath plays ketchup on his email...

Just a reminder these two kids are out there too...
Went to Heath's BlogSpot and OMG! These young adults are AMAZING!!! I would certainly count us fortunate to run into them somewhere on the road one day.

Also, Steve, the jitters have passed and I've got my sites on early March, 2016 as our launch into full-timing. There is NO reason in the world that we can't do this! So, we WILL. It has been my dream for decades. Kate got on board not long after our first big trip with our 24' Terry Resort TT. We spent 10 days at Mueller State Park in Colorado. She got the fever then.

You and Annie are outta there in less than 3 weeks now! AWESOME!!! Cannot wait to read about your full-time RV life. You know that Kate & I are going to school on you and Annie ... and all the other full-timers in this crazy group. So very glad to have found you all.

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