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Old 09-30-2014, 09:44 AM   #23255
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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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Please tell Kate, that when we first started traveling, I was really afraid to overnight in truckstops, or parking lots, but now, it just makes sense.... If we are just going through, no need to spend extra time, or money for rv park... Deoending upon where we can park, we might or might not put the slide out... We have a full wall slide... One thing that was very important to me was the washer dryer combo..... Splendide, all in one... Love it... Dianeziemski.com or google my name for art.... Only do watercolors....



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Mine is my frying pan.

Challenge update: What is the most important, rewarding inanimate personal item inside your RV? ✌️
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Now you have them pondering.....
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Help! Photos keep coming up "broke" the past 2 days, and I can't see your map! Ol' Nosy here wants to know what's there, especially on IL.

Grits for PA??? Sheesh!
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Grits for PA??? Sheesh!

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Afternoon Muties!

I suppose it is only conjecture at this point because I don't have a Rainbow Rider yet. Me thinks mine might be my laptop because it's the way I stay connected to my family and extended family.

A close second might be the BACON in the fridge that will fit into that fryin' pan or other means of preparation. Hopefully it's inanimate before then!!
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Thanks, Dave! Yes, I can hear you now!

Grits for nine (count 'em: 9!) states? Hot button, I reckon! IL eggs makes some sorta sense, alrhough I'd never guessed that.

Oh well; tweeters! Whadda they know? (That we don't?)

Tx again, sir!
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Oh, Lordy! Do I hafta think?!!

Okay: my pictures, spinning wheel, or computer..... I'd perish along with them while still trying to make a decision!

To avoid that fate, I'll make a decision now. Spinning wheel can be replaced; info on computer should be backed up; that leaves my pictures. Only one, really, because that one documents one of our early winter trips in a big rig. Couldn't replicate it if I tried.

Whew! Am I safe now?
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Texas is right but GA,SC is wrong them 2 places would be as follows
GA pulled pork bbq vinegar base bbq sauce.
SC would be pulled pork with cold slaw in it on a bun.
a few more for you
Maine Italian sandwich from amoto's
RI is soupy (this is like a summer sausage) and hard apple cider together.
LA is boudan not sure on the spelling
CT would be grinders

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So.. Dwayne... if the hunting isn't so hot right now... how is/was the time spent with your pa?
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Mine is my frying pan.
Since I consider Sena and Lily beings, not items, I would without a doubt say my iPad. It allows me to keep in touch with RVMs, friends and family. It also educates and entertains me. Without it especially at night or on days like today when it's cold and rainy outside, I would go stark raving mad. It guides me to my next destination and let's me know about interesting places to stop and see along the way. It holds the wisdom of the world inside. I just have to know the right questions to ask it.
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Motor home has met our expectations

In September of 2010 we decided to take the plunge and invest, yes invest, in a motor home. Our objective was to see as much of our beautiful country as possible before we got too old or too infirm to do any traveling. Our investment in ourselves has paid off beyond our wildest dreams. Our motor home truly has the most beautiful back yard and has the most wonderful waterfront view.

I (we) can't relate too well (or understand) our friends, relatives, and acquaintances who say "I hate to travel". I lack understanding of this attitude towards seeing the new and undiscovered.

So . . . . . . since we started we charted our adventures on a map. I've decided to share our trips with you by showing you our map. We need to "knock off" four more states to touch them all (but Hawaii) with our motor home.
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