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Old 10-27-2014, 08:02 PM   #25495
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When your motor home, travel trailer, etc needs cleaned, try Cyril Baldeagle (son of Soiux father and black mother). Not cheap ($135) but brushed roof, brushed slide-out tops, brushed awnings, brushed all the way around, detailed tires AND rims, brushed mud flap, ionized water to limit spots, and spray wax that creates a shield from dirt and dew. 3 hours he spent climbing around and over our motorhome.
From what I've heard about HHI, $45/hour is dirt cheap. And he brought his own tools and supplies! Much cheaper than the emergency room visit if Mary Ann slipped off the soapy roof. Maybe you just don't sweet talk her enough. You might ask Wayne how he gets Earline to do his.
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:46 PM   #25496
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Sometime I just can't get Barb to co-operate!
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:50 PM   #25497
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You got one of those shirts that says "NOTHING" on it too? And she keeps saying it needs ironed?
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:53 PM   #25498
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:57 PM   #25499
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Hey no starch needed!
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No I don't wear those either! Lol
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So pondering space and time again. As my waistline has expanded, my time has not. I take up more space. Shouldn't I get more time. What gives.
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Old 10-27-2014, 09:30 PM   #25502
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So pondering space and time again. As my waistline has expanded, my time has not. I take up more space. Shouldn't I get more time. What gives.

I showed up. 23 folks from Sedona were expecting to travel via a portal. None of us could fit. "Capuchins only" was on the signpost, next stop....
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I showed up. 23 folks from Sedona were expecting to travel via a portal. None of us could fit. "Capuchins only" was on the signpost, next stop....
Ropelight Gulch.
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Mel - how's about Stella ... for a coach name.
We can't name it Stella. I'd wanna put a bottle on the dash for a mascot ... and then I'd just drink the mascot (I really like that particular brew) and have to send Kate to the fridge to get another mascot and we'd start all over again. And you know where that would lead -- we'd never get any where. The coach would be parked permanently in front of a Specs or a Kroger and Kate would never get to see the Grand Tetons. Then I'd be in the doghouse, which she would make sure sat on top of the roof of the mh so that she wouldn't have to listen to me crying and singing pub songs. Only she would eventually have to let me back into the mh because I'm the chief cook in the family and also because I would wail and moan and beat on the door begging for another "mascot." She would then open the door a crack, hand me a cold Stella and tell me to shut the heck up and get back to the doghouse.

So, because I really don't want to live the rest of my life in a doghouse on the roof of the motorhome, we cannot name our rainbow rider "Stella." I'm sure you understand.

But thanks for the suggestion.

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Mel, I haven't driven ours yet, either, but I know I need to be able to if need be. I have the book of rules for a non-CDL license and could prolly pass the written test. In IL that would give me a year to practice (on the unsuspecting public, or on orange cones in a biiiiig parking lot) before taking the driving test.

I'd have to feed Martin a boatload of Prozac before practice-driving. ��


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We can't name it Stella. I'd wanna put a bottle on the dash for a mascot ... and then I'd just drink the mascot (I really like that particular brew) and have to send Kate to the fridge to get another mascot and we'd start all over again. And you know where that would lead -- we'd never get any where. The coach would be parked permanently in front of a Specs or a Kroger and Kate would never get to see the Grand Tetons. Then I'd be in the doghouse, which she would make sure sat on top of the roof of the mh so that she wouldn't have to listen to me crying and singing pub songs. Only she would eventually have to let me back into the mh because I'm the chief cook in the family and also because I would wail and moan and beat on the door begging for another "mascot." She would then open the door a crack, hand me a cold Stella and tell me to shut the heck up and get back to the doghouse.

So, because I really don't want to live the rest of my life in a doghouse on the roof of the motorhome, we cannot name our rainbow rider "Stella." I'm sure you understand.

But thanks for the suggestion.

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Dave, I know that you will sing your heart out at CL. How about a "pub choir"??? (Or is that an oxymoron?)
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Dave, I know that you will sing your heart out at CL. How about a "pub choir"??? (Or is that an oxymoron?)

Ha!
Duet at least.
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