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Old 11-10-2014, 11:09 AM   #26349
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Good Mornings Muties, a find day in Sunny Ča. The temp did drop a little last night. Going to do some more shopping today and several apps.
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Old 11-10-2014, 11:09 AM   #26350
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Hope your day in Rockport is fine.
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Old 11-10-2014, 11:39 AM   #26351
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Good Mornings Muties, a find day in Sunny Ča. The temp did drop a little last night. Going to do some more shopping today and several apps.

Braggart! LOL by this time tomorrow we see a 40 degree drop in temps. I'm wishin I was in Sunny California bout now!


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Old 11-10-2014, 11:41 AM   #26352
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Badlands... do several apps??? please a little more... I might be comprehending a little slow... and I usually intuit a lot from posts to know what one might mean... but all I am getting at this point is you are shopping and going to perhaps download a few apps for your phone? You are shopping for your RV? or Christmas? since we talk about almost everything in here... it's to much to figure out...LOL!
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:14 PM   #26353
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This is an important Bulletin, The Presidents Office has just made this Alert, seems the Internet is filling up and space running out. All users of the Internet are requested to make fewer post until this problem can be resolved. Time line expectancy till back till normal approximately 2 weeks. That is all!





Ha mutants thought I'd pass this gravely important message along to you. Everyone enjoy, I should be back from deer camp in about 2 weeks.


Ole yeah, some of you read every post people, how about some Cliff Notes!!
(I confess, I read them too, all of them. When using my phone I almost have to put on my 2.50 readers.)
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:30 PM   #26354
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Why you picking on Chicago allatime? I kind of like it there
Annie is from Illinois - and since politically speaking 11 of their last 4 governors are incarcerated or have been... and since Sue and Martin are escaping from the area to the south - it makes a good point of relevance. Not really picking on it. I like the food and the people - Chicago Blues - and night life - Second City TV.. I do not care for the winter or the Airport - and the traffic is a hoot!! But on balance - it's a great place to visit. Wouldn't want to live there. Lol.
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I bought a compressor at Sears. In fact, it was recommended on this site about 2 years ago. Its pretty light and mobile also. A 150lb compressor for $99. I think it does about 3-4 lbs in 10 seconds. I believe you would have to start your engine to use your onboard?
That is the same one that I have, but it is to slow in comparison to the on-board. Yes, I do start the engine, but then I start it for extending/retracting slides/jacks, so one more start or continue to run while I inflate tires is no biggie. I also have more storage by not carrying a portable compressor.

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Ha mutants thought I'd pass this gravely important message along to you. Everyone enjoy, I should be back from deer camp in about 2 weeks.

Ole yeah, some of you read every post people, how about some Cliff Notes!!
(I confess, I read them too, all of them. When using my phone I almost have to put on my 2.50 readers.)
Might be time for Office to consult with the previous occupant(s) to increase the internet.
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Wind and freeze waring in effect for right were I'm sitting. Looks like we should have started a week earlier.
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I have been reading the forum since inception and think it is time I joined
We have an older class a gasser and make several trips during the year from our Lubbock base.
While I am still employed, my wife retired 3 years ago. I look forward to retirement in a few years.
Our motor home does not have a washer dryer, multiple slides, an extra bath but we don't miss them.
It does allow us to load our two spoiled dogs Pete and Moosie.
We've discovered some time ago that the journey is the destination!
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I bought a compressor at Sears. In fact, it was recommended on this site about 2 years ago. Its pretty light and mobile also. A 150lb compressor for $99. I think it does about 3-4 lbs in 10 seconds. I believe you would have to start your engine to use your onboard?

Makes good sense for Judy and Kerry (Badlands). They don't have air ride.
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I have been reading the forum since inception and think it is time I joined

We have an older class a gasser and make several trips during the year from our Lubbock base.

While I am still employed, my wife retired 3 years ago. I look forward to retirement in a few years.

Our motor home does not have a washer dryer, multiple slides, an extra bath but we don't miss them.

It does allow us to load our two spoiled dogs Pete and Moosie.

We've discovered some time ago that the journey is the destination!

DCHeck, WELCOME to RVMville. You are now free to wander the Rainbow as long as your service tray is stowed in its full upright position.
If my mutated and muddled mind is correct (no STM comments, please) you are RVM99 (pending verification of the trusty temps at RVM Central.

Hey RVMs, please WELCOME DCHeck to RVMdom!
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I have been reading the forum since inception and think it is time I joined
We have an older class a gasser and make several trips during the year from our Lubbock base.
While I am still employed, my wife retired 3 years ago. I look forward to retirement in a few years.
Our motor home does not have a washer dryer, multiple slides, an extra bath but we don't miss them.
It does allow us to load our two spoiled dogs Pete and Moosie.
We've discovered some time ago that the journey is the destination!
Well, DCHeck! Welcome! A finer application I can't remember... nice and concise... I believe TheGrand Poobah or Grand Potentate will be along shortly to bestow a magical RVM number upon you! Feel free to roam the rainbow until then!
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Welcome to RVMdom DCHeck!! Ridin' the Rainbow with the sickest, twistedest Mutants is great!!

Grand Pubah me thinks you may be missin' the white stuff here....this STM's check of the record produces RVM 98 as the next spot for our newest member to occupy!

Afternoon to the rest of RVMdom!!
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DCHeck, WELCOME to RVMville. You are now free to wander the Rainbow as long as your service tray is stowed in its full upright position.
If my mutated and muddled mind is correct (no STM comments, please) you are RVM99 (pending verification of the trusty temps at RVM Central.

Hey RVMs, please WELCOME DCHeck to RVMdom!
Woot!
Welcome DCHeck (RVM99) to this sick, twisted mutated forum! If you've been out there for a while, ain't nothin' we can do to save ya' now. You're commin' on, eyes wide open. Proud to have another Texan on board and can't wait to hear more about Pete and Moosie.
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