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Old 11-13-2014, 09:05 AM   #26643
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Oh I also wanted to introduce you to my brothers mascot ...

Meet Fred Bear .....
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Old 11-13-2014, 09:10 AM   #26644
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10 miles South of Lampasas it's 31 degrees with a wind chill factor of 21 degrees. We are stowing and preparing for going outside...

Hopefully C-RVMutants battery took a full charge and I won't have trouble getting that fuse out. Don says it's a tough un to get to. I'm still surprised this happened and while I have now pulled the manual yet - I was pretty sure the Invisibrake was set up with a charge line to the battery. Even had the conversation with Roadmaster on whether I needed their fuse holder / swith thingy.. (don't have love technical jargon).

Coffee tastes especially good today.

Sue - do your heat pumps not keep ya warm???
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Old 11-13-2014, 09:20 AM   #26645
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10 miles South of Lampasas it's 31 degrees with a wind chill factor of 21 degrees. We are stowing and preparing for going outside...

Hopefully C-RVMutants battery took a full charge and I won't have trouble getting that fuse out. Don says it's a tough un to get to. I'm still surprised this happened and while I have now pulled the manual yet - I was pretty sure the Invisibrake was set up with a charge line to the battery. Even had the conversation with Roadmaster on whether I needed their fuse holder / swith thingy.. (don't have love technical jargon).

Coffee tastes especially good today.

Sue - do your heat pumps not keep ya warm???
Just a FYI....no fuse to pull or key left on if the toad is a JEEP.
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Just a FYI....no fuse to pull or key left on if the toad is a JEEP.
X 2 on that .... Its a Jeep thing lots of people just don't understand it.

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Old 11-13-2014, 09:41 AM   #26647
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. What? Run the furnace? Nah. We're roughin' it.

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No doubt your esteemed ancestors would chuckle heartily at that statement. Rainbow riders offer comforts and luxuries they could have never dreamt about.

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Just a FYI....no fuse to pull or key left on if the toad is a JEEP.
Yes - but then we'd have a Jeep that we don't need, want or miss...

You Jeepers have your own unique sets of issues and problems - and while I know you signed and swore an oath not to mention them in mixed company... the Wrangler and Jeep forums and complaint websites are open to the public and I have read them. And that's all I have to say about that....
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Yes - but then we'd have a Jeep that we don't need, want or miss...

You Jeepers have your own unique sets of issues and problems - and while I know you signed and swore an oath not to mention them in mixed company... the Wrangler and Jeep forums and complaint websites are open to the public and I have read them. And that's all I have to say about that....
Hah !!!! You can't believe everything you read on those forums. But thankfully the only problems I had is just normal wear and tear.

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X 2 on that .... Its a Jeep thing lots of people just don't understand it.

Cheers !!!

I was gonna say it, even typed it out, then decided to be a sweet southern lady today.... But Steve i did thunk it....
Dang its cold down here.....



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Jeff - All I can say is -
Oh the humanity.

All I can say is you are freekin spoiled, Jeff.
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Ha Dwayne , ha Jeff, look what I found! Hehehehe!Attachment 78872
I was really thinking that it was yours, then I read further down where you were still in you stand. Liar, liar, pants on fire!

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You do! Bless you my child... now all we need is weather suitable for smoking. I did do one last Thanksgiving and it was coollddd. But the digital remote Maverick probe thermometer is a blessing. Get the fire going - temp set - bird in - go inside and watch the temp. Piece of cake..
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I have to deal with here in northern Michigan .... I fat fingered the original post so this is being brought to you in two parts.

The first is my sleeping quarters.
The second is the libation station
Third is armament rack

And this morning 26 and 8" of snow
Wow! You sure do know how to rough it. Hey Tim, does your stand look like that?

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Hah !!!! You can't believe everything you read on those forums. But thankfully the only problems I had is just normal wear and tear.

Cheers !!!
Yeah! And how is the jeep doing?

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I was really thinking that it was yours, then I read further down where you were still in you stand. Liar, liar, pants on fire!



DROOL!



I'll provide 8x10 paper for smoking those things!


Wow! You sure do know how to rough it. Hey Tim, does your stand look like that?



Yeah! And how is the jeep doing?



I'll provide 8x10 paper for smoking those things!

Hunh?
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I was really thinking that it was yours, then I read further down where you were still in you stand. Liar, liar, pants on fire!



DROOL!



I'll provide 8x10 paper for smoking those things!



Wow! You sure do know how to rough it. Hey Tim, does your stand look like that?



Yeah! And how is the jeep doing?

The Jeep is doing fine but shivering too, its been a long time since its seen snow
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Heeeeeere bucky bucky bucky!
Oh spoiled doesn't even describe the half of it at all !!
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No doubt your esteemed ancestors would chuckle heartily at that statement. Rainbow riders offer comforts and luxuries they could have never dreamt about.



Mornin', Sue!

'Mornin' back!

How right you are! Even my parents ... Electric blanket, yes; fireplace ... never occurred to them in their Honey.

You got yer mittens and wooly hat on this mornin'? Does Sena need a jacket or anything?
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