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Old 10-18-2014, 06:42 PM   #24697
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WOOOoooooooo PIGggggggggg, Sooooooie!

Les come down to the GC@CL redux and Di and I will teach you to call hogs!
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Old 10-18-2014, 06:44 PM   #24698
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UNBELIEVABLE!!!

Last week Bears! This week.....

I didn't see them fly, but I don't know how they got here in my back yard!

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WOW. There is a great bacon fest there along with enough pork chops for a while. Not sure, but there may even be some Canadian bacon too.
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:16 PM   #24699
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Just goes to show you how easy it is to entertain Mutants. ROFLMAO
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:17 PM   #24700
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Wait, wait, wait! You say Weldon's, eh? Did I spell it right? Do they do bacon? How many folks can I cram into our Jeep for a trip to Weldon's?

Oh yeah, there will be extra room in our freezer for the best meat in AR! No, no, no need to apologize. We'll find it! 😜

Lots of fine meats. We especially like their sausage and brats. The finest breakfast and italian sausage (loose and very lean) was $2.59 lb.
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:24 PM   #24701
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Just goes to show you how easy it is to entertain Mutants. ROFLMAO
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:29 PM   #24702
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We are headed towards Las Vegas, Phoenix and then east to Rockport in the next 4 weeks or so. Willing to make any reasonable detour or side trip in order to accomplish a Mini-C. Anyone interested?

Dave, where are you in AZ?

Barb, we will be in Black Canyon City from 10/20 to 11/20, it is just north of the Valley. Dave and Deb, Cindy, and Dick Noble are hoping for a 4-way Midi-C during that time. No venue chosen yet. Can we make it a 5-way? 😀👏✌️👍
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:31 PM   #24703
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Lots of fine meats. We especially like their sausage and brats. The finest breakfast and italian sausage (loose and very lean) was $2.59 lb.
(Dont let the secret out...SHHHH)

http://m.yelp.com/biz/weldons-meat-m...gs-nationl-prk
I have a heck of a time finding really good Italian anything here in BC. Although the "goats of the roof" Coombs Country Market place in Coombs has very good imported stuff. Imported all the way from Ontario.
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You know, it's hard to give a good rating on a potential GC site when the bar was set so high with GC1, or should we refer to it as GC2014?

The Moab RV park is ok, but it's sure no CL. No pavilion or meeting area that I could see, and no one around to ask. The campground side is tight, but there's no reason that some of the bigger rigs with lots of slides couldn't stay in the resort part where there is more room between rigs. I'd give it a grade of B-minus, whereas CL was an A. It would have been an A-plus if the pavilion was a bit more protected from the weather.

On the flip side, Moab has a LOT more to do within a mile or two and you can't beat the views everywhere you look.

And that concludes the campground report.
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Old 10-18-2014, 07:59 PM   #24705
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You know, it's hard to give a good rating on a potential GC site when the bar was set so high with GC1, or should we refer to it as GC2014?

The Moab RV park is ok, but it's sure no CL. No pavilion or meeting area that I could see, and no one around to ask. The campground side is tight, but there's no reason that some of the bigger rigs with lots of slides couldn't stay in the resort part where there is more room between rigs. I'd give it a grade of B-minus, whereas CL was an A. It would have been an A-plus if the pavilion was a bit more protected from the weather.

On the flip side, Moab has a LOT more to do within a mile or two and you can't beat the views everywhere you look.

And that concludes the campground report.
Thanks Barb, you are now eligible for one mountain climb in the back seat of a Rubi!!
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Dave, sent Ya an email re: midi-C.

I need a ruling here. I know the C in the above sentence should be capitalized, but what about the "m"? Should it be Midi-C or midi-C? I'm inclined to say the later. Can someone consult the official Mutantology Lexicon and Grammar text and let me know which is correct, please.
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Old 10-18-2014, 08:03 PM   #24707
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Thanks Barb, you are now eligible for one mountain climb in the back seat of a Rubi!!
Thanks Tim! You know there are Rubis everywhere you turn in Moab.
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Thanks Tim! You know there are Rubis everywhere you turn in Moab.

Rubis? They are the ones that most folks keep prestine and without any marks of courage or experience.
Plain Wrangler folk have no fear!
Tim have no Wrangler! 😉😬😈🙊
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Oh yeah...I forgot to say that we are "tentative" for CLx2!! The ole' man is turning 60 next March and is finally going to retire, probably April 1. So at this time it appears we will be able to attend.
60! Youngster. But retiring on April 1st, does he come home and say April Fool, two more years to go.

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Thanks Sarah. It seems pretty easy so far. I don't know what guys like Wayne and some others are talking - never knowing when they're done... Done with what for crying our loud... guess I will be on the lookout for something pressing... other than getting this place packed up and on the road - I'm thinking it's all down hill from here. And then up hill into Colorado - Wyoming - Utah - Idaho - and then downhill to Arizona. Well - there went year 1 of full timing. My how time flys.... c ya in Hot Springs.
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60! Youngster. But retiring on April 1st, does he come home and say April Fool, two more years to go.



Now Steve, tell us which 1 day of retirement you were not busy and didn't know when you were finished?



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