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Old 09-30-2014, 03:08 PM   #23269
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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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Old 09-30-2014, 03:25 PM   #23270
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What is the most important, rewarding personal item inside your RV?
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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Old 09-30-2014, 03:42 PM   #23271
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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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Old 09-30-2014, 03:58 PM   #23272
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Wayne - sure was nice talking to you today. I had called to thank you for the nice gift but forget to do so. We have hung your self portraits in the apartment and will move them to Bonita when we go full time. I am having little gold plates with your name engraved on them made here in town. They will be ready next week.

Thanks again. The photographer really captured your good side...
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Old 09-30-2014, 04:08 PM   #23273
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So we almost got out of Dallas before Ebola got here...

Many Healing and Positive Ommms for the patient here - and all others wherever they may be.
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Old 09-30-2014, 04:34 PM   #23274
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My momma didn't raise no fool Not going to incriminate myself no how no way.

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Wayne - sure was nice talking to you today. I had called to thank you for the nice gift but forget to do so. We have hung your self portraits in the apartment and will move them to Bonita when we go full time. I am having little gold plates with your name engraved on them made here in town. They will be ready next week.

Thanks again. The photographer really captured your good side...
You mean you two was yakking when I called to BS??

Shoulda let me know and we could have had a confluence call; or do you guys need that?
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Old 09-30-2014, 04:35 PM   #23275
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My son in law was up north near Pink Mountain and got a couple of moose. Like over a ton of meat headed back this-a-way!
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Old 09-30-2014, 04:46 PM   #23276
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Wayne - sure was nice talking to you today. I had called to thank you for the nice gift but forget to do so. We have hung your self portraits in the apartment and will move them to Bonita when we go full time. I am having little gold plates with your name engraved on them made here in town. They will be ready next week.

Thanks again. The photographer really captured your good side...

Nice. You never looked better, Wayne. Hides the roundness.
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I get it. It is the orange snake bucket
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Old 09-30-2014, 05:13 PM   #23278
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So.. Dwayne... if the hunting isn't so hot right now... how is/was the time spent with your pa?
he never showed up but it's ok that's the story of my life with him
it's all good though I have the best woman for me right by my side. and healthy enough to hunt so the rainbow is great!
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Old 09-30-2014, 05:20 PM   #23279
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My son in law was up north near Pink Mountain and got a couple of moose. Like over a ton of meat headed back this-a-way!
You're one lucky man that is some of the best meat only 2nd to buffalo meat
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My dog and the fireproof box I keep by the front door that has my DD 214s.


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I should say my dog as an inanimate object before 5 am because until then he refuses to budge or acknowledge my existence.


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I should say my dog as an inanimate object before 5 am because until then he refuses to budge or acknowledge my existence.


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The poor boy needs coffee maybe? 😉
I have my DD214 but not sure why. 😳
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