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Old 12-08-2014, 07:08 PM   #27987
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Wayne - 2 things 1) did not have an onion and Annie wanted grilled garlic toast to dip in olive oil... 2) careful or Guido will make sure you sleep with the bacon... I love the RGV.. now if the rain will quit my ATS gets replaced....
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Old 12-08-2014, 07:19 PM   #27988
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OK men mutants - I'm fessin' up - I have done 3 loads of laundry and it is coming out pretty darn good. When Larry called a minute ago I admitted that I'm reading this book...

Larry - you said there was a picture you would post if I confessed to laundry duty...

How many other mutant men do the laundry?
UHmmmmmmm How else is it going to get done? DW is on vacation!
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Old 12-08-2014, 07:46 PM   #27989
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Annie's on Vacation???

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Old 12-08-2014, 07:55 PM   #27990
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I confess, I do laundry on the road! It's obvious by the wrinkle look I often sport!

Here is an idea to be pondered on. Since our windshealds are like big picture windows how about everyone making a display for GC@CL redux!

Just some ideas, Di and her painting, Sue and her spinning, Dwayne and his bikeing, Jeeping, hunting, you get the idea.

Humm, who could set up a bar display?
Geez, Tim, that sounds like w#*k. Or at the very least like art class. School was a lot further back in my timeline than was the last job. Perhaps those that like competition or those that are exhibitionists by nature will join you in this quest. Sena makes this sorta activity difficult if not impossible.
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Old 12-08-2014, 08:11 PM   #27991
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Wayne - guess what I say in use the other day at Lowe's hard to believe they didn't have Citrus set up there...
I saw that cutter connected to that P/C compressor when I bought the top to Mac's new house in the RV. I used the shelving material as 1) he can't chew through it, 2) it's easy to hang things from like toys and 3) it was quick to finish it the day before leaving

But my real point is that set of cutters is pretty amazing, goes through that 1/4" stock like it was a piece of leather. Nice setup.
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Geez, Tim, that sounds like w#*k. Or at the very least like art class. School was a lot further back in my timeline than was the last job. Perhaps those that like competition or those that are exhibitionists by nature will join you in this quest. Sena makes this sorta activity difficult if not impossible.

I'll chime in, Barb.
Tim. Big thingies in pitcher windows that are artisty? How about out Finger Sliding RVM teaches watercolors on BIG media?
And you, Grandpa Tim, can design storage/slash/hanger-in-the-bay ways to travel the masterpieces with help from slugs like me?
I like this idea.
Really. No kidding! Honest!
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I confess, I do laundry on the road! It's obvious by the wrinkle look I often sport!

Here is an idea to be pondered on. Since our windshealds are like big picture windows how about everyone making a display for GC@CL redux!

Just some ideas, Di and her painting, Sue and her spinning, Dwayne and his bikeing, Jeeping, hunting, you get the idea.

Humm, who could set up a bar display?

Been pondering that, but hadn't considered the spinning as part of it. Might could do, tho.
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Old 12-08-2014, 08:46 PM   #27994
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I saw that cutter connected to that P/C compressor when I bought the top to Mac's new house in the RV. I used the shelving material as 1) he can't chew through it, 2) it's easy to hang things from like toys and 3) it was quick to finish it the day before leaving

But my real point is that set of cutters is pretty amazing, goes through that 1/4" stock like it was a piece of leather. Nice setup.
I am 100% amazed by it too - saw it in action. The post was more to Wayne using his on board to air tires and me using the 150 P/C... but that cutter is sumpin else...
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I'll chime in, Barb.
Tim. Big thingies in pitcher windows that are artisty? How about out Finger Sliding RVM teaches watercolors on BIG media?
And you, Grandpa Tim, can design storage/slash/hanger-in-the-bay ways to travel the masterpieces with help from slugs like me?
I like this idea.
Really. No kidding! Honest!
Pictures of current road kill or things in the woods that are tasty?
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I am 100% amazed by it too - saw it in action. The post was more to Wayne using his on board to air tires and me using the 150 P/C... but that cutter is sumpin else...
Ah, I have that same P/C compressor for my bus. It keeps my tires up to pressure with ease. Drives a nailer gun nicely too Picked mine up at HD I believe on sale.
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Insanely the same and sanely insane. Very mutable.
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I (papaw Steve) do the majority of cooking in our S & B and we share more often when in the MH. I do wash some of our clothes some of the time. I'm not big on hanging things up. I'm a wizard in folding underwear and matching up socks.

Not sure about creating a windshield signs for CL. I'll have to consult with my artistic GD. Maybe she can paint (oil or water) something appropriate.

Update on my eyes. Right eye feeling 80% normal, eyesight 90% normal. Left eye feeling 60% normal (twinge of tenderness and watering), eyesight is 50% normal (blurry, a bit darker image than the right, floating gas bubble dominates lower half of line of sight). I remain optimistic about the outcome. I still have Mary Ann drive us around but I did cook tonight for the whole famn damily (3 skillets of fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, and frozen corn from summer crop. Turned out good. Had a pictured birthday cake for our youngest daughter, age 40 (picture of her as a 2 year old).
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Steve... keep the faith and keep improving. Many Healing Omms heading your way... still.
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