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Old 11-30-2014, 02:48 PM   #27595
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For the welcome. And for telling me I should look Steve up. I just dropped by his place yesterday and 2 hours later I let him get back to what he was doing. He does have patience.
Steve never let's anything distract him from things he'd rather have an excuse to delay. patience? nah, you provided a reprieve the unpacking drudgery. I'm surprised he didn't beg you to stay longer.
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Old 11-30-2014, 03:48 PM   #27596
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This guy was fishing in the bay.
That photo reminds me of the harbor side of Harbor Island, Bahamas...
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Old 11-30-2014, 03:57 PM   #27597
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LOL and thank you. Really hate to see Steve and Anne leave.....he stays he can take me fishing.....
So , out of curiosity... was Elaine at the ladies crafting session? They told us all their names, but I can't remember them too well, I sort of remember someone saying they were in yor type of an RV....
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Old 11-30-2014, 04:00 PM   #27598
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Well... Next time you buzz through Kansas... you need to stop and see us!

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Yes we are. We still have a S & B north of Indy. We run around the country quite a bit. We average about 12,000 miles a year on the MH with an additional 1500 to 2000 on our toad while on trips.

We headed for Florida in late January for 2 months. Our MH is in storage down near Ruskin.

Full timing is very enticing, but we're too much "nesters" that love to hang with family and friends and then leave for weeks at a time.

One thing we need to seriously work on is . . . . . . . . our slowly wandering skills. We seem to be too much of "cover the so-called boring heartland" and get at least 750 miles from home before we stop and smell the roses.

Oh well, we're mutants and that may be our next stage of mutation. We're so glad that there's more and more mutants available to mini-C with.

Quite frankly, a confidential contact number list would really be helpful. Is anyone working on one?
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Rolling through "middle of nowhere USA" a means of contacting fellow mutants would be nice. Name, area of a state (if not actual address), phone number.

I don't subscribe to the "alternate sites" here on the internet because the group gets too chatty. JMHO I don't PM much except in response to a PM. OK, I know, it's my fault I don't know how to contact you folks. I guess I'm too lazy to write down the info I do run across on this thread. Not that there's definitive info available. I'm waiting for a distribution list.
Rvillage has a pretty good map where we put our spot for where we currently are... except I forgot to update it when I went to TX.... and all you need to do really if you think you will be by an area is look on the RVM master list because our states are on there and shoot a pm to us and we will respond... we all seem excited to get to have a mini C....
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Diesel Tech. Tell me more about this "perfecting procrastination" thingy. Sounds like something I could really enjoy. If I should get started in it.......
Well you may already be started in it and just don't recognize it Redding. Do you put off anything until tomorrow that you could finish today?? A true procrastinator's w#k is never done!! I you answer yes....you know now that you're on your way to perfecting it. Keep up the good w##k!!
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There is one postive for this week... a posible mini c. Ho hum who could it be with?
Lookin' forward to that mini-C Ed. Bring your long johns and any other warm clothes you have...-7F Windchill here today. -4F Actual temp by Tuesday morning. Call Ya after the Packers game.
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Old 11-30-2014, 04:22 PM   #27602
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Ha Marty, looks like cold weather coming again. We've just had two days of 70 degree days but the highs in 30's coming back. My normal sweat disposition may take a turn!

Papa Steve you might really like Rvillage, joining the mutant group allows you to see a map of just those that are signed up. Works good unless your like Marty and don't update your position.
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Old 11-30-2014, 04:24 PM   #27603
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Lookin' forward to that mini-C Ed. Bring you long johns and any other warm clothes you have...-7F Windchill here today. -4F Actual temp by Tuesday morning. Call Ya after the Packers game.

Farmer overalls, mukaluks, electric socks and gloves boys!
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R U an RV Mutant too?

We decided to see how far we could go on the trail to the base of the Picacho Peak. Half way was NUFF!!!

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Can't saymuch about that muklulks and all...but here is how Thanksgiving happened in my house today...boys all working on sides to go with Kentucky Fried chicken...LOL! I made deviled eggs....that's it...and we all enjoyed each others company.
OK, so Bob made a pecan pie too... but if you saw the table... it was full of mashed potatoes, spaghetti salad, Turkey soup, home made rolls, potato salad, etc... etc...
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Can't saymuch about that muklulks and all...but here is how Thanksgiving happened in my house today...boys all working on sides to go with Kentucky Fried chicken...LOL! I made deviled eggs....that's it...and we all enjoyed each others company.
OK, so Bob made a pecan pie too... but if you saw the table... it was full of mashed potatoes, spaghetti salad, Turkey soup, home made rolls, potato salad, etc... etc...

Marty, stop that! Our dinner is not for another 3 hours!
I know y'all had fun and (burp) such.
Back to w**k tomorrow? :(
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So , out of curiosity... was Elaine at the ladies crafting session? They told us all their names, but I can't remember them too well, I sort of remember someone saying they were in yor type of an RV....

She may have been, but memory fuzz is pretty invasive these days. Elaine, were you there when the 3 1/2 of us (3 humans and 1 monkey) came into the afternoon craft meeting? Marty had crochet, I believe, and I had my spinning wheel.


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Well you may already be started in it and just don't recognize it Redding. Do you put off anything until tomorrow that you could finish today?? A true procrastinator's w#k is never done!! I you answer yes....you know now that you're on your way to perfecting it. Keep up the good w##k!!
that I get stuff done before she finishes telling what it is she wants. So I guess I got to polish that just a bit.......tomorrow.......
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