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Old 12-18-2014, 03:27 PM   #28449
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Clear sky, very light breeze and perfect temperature, whatever that is. Redding, Rockport sounds a lot like this. Except for the water. I can even smell fresh Tarmac wafting across the harbor! Mmm-mmmm! 😉
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Old 12-18-2014, 03:44 PM   #28450
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Gettin outa Dodge:

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Fire boats salute.
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Houses on the point.
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My foot on the balcony ... and the view beyond.

Till we meet again! Cheers! Play nice!
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:27 PM   #28451
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Hey guys, I need your help. Is there a good, cheap way to tighten the nut on a propane tank line without chewing up the nut? I'd like to have something I can leave on the line. I went looking for a propane tank wrench and really didn't find that thin cheap thingy I remember.

Should I just buy a cheap adjustable wrench and forget trying to find the correct size?
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:37 PM   #28452
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Bonvoyage - Sue and Martin!!!

Don't stay off line too long without having things synced up... you could find what I found just now when u hooked up the laptop...
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:41 PM   #28453
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Bonvoyage - Sue and Martin!!!

Don't stay off line too long without having things synced up... you could find what I found just now when u hooked up the laptop...
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Old 12-18-2014, 07:08 PM   #28454
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Hey guys, I need your help. Is there a good, cheap way to tighten the nut on a propane tank line without chewing up the nut? I'd like to have something I can leave on the line. I went looking for a propane tank wrench and really didn't find that thin cheap thingy I remember.

Should I just buy a cheap adjustable wrench and forget trying to find the correct size?
Barb I've use a adjustable wrench ( crescent wrench ) for years. Remember the treads are backwards!
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Old 12-18-2014, 09:51 PM   #28455
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Hey guys, I need your help. Is there a good, cheap way to tighten the nut on a propane tank line without chewing up the nut? I'd like to have something I can leave on the line. I went looking for a propane tank wrench and really didn't find that thin cheap thingy I remember.

Should I just buy a cheap adjustable wrench and forget trying to find the correct size?
I bought a 3/4 combination wrench and just left it hanging on the door to the propane storage area. It was about $6.00 total and I used an old shoe lace.

A crescent wrench (adjustable) is too iffy and could end up rounding off your nut.
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Barb I've use a adjustable wrench ( crescent wrench ) for years. Remember the treads are backwards!
S'OK so's Barb.
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Can't get through 33 pages right now to catch up! Too tired. Work has been nutso and trying to get ready for Christmas. Winter wonderland here, but I am dreaming of the day I will see this again.
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Ha Don, a ponder for you. It's been suggested we have the official GC out in Idaho sometime in Aug or Sept. Knowing your researching a CA trip what about a tour either ending at or starting at the Idaho GC. We can work on an official title maybe Mutant Master, Mutant Wrangler or Mutant Wagon Master! How feasible would such a trip be?

Waiting till tomorrow to plan for today just doesn't work well!
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Can't get through 33 pages right now to catch up! Too tired. Work has been nutso and trying to get ready for Christmas. Winter wonderland here, but I am dreaming of the day I will see this again.
Hi!!! So good to hear from you... been meeting many a Canadian here in south Texas lately eh.

Merry Merry and Happy Ho Ho Ho to you and the family - including that small fur face...
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Head em up, move em out, head em up, move em out, head em up, move em out.....
Oh I forget how it goes from there!
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You're the Official Mutant Rattler Wrangler. Lol...
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I have been remiss in that I haven't posted a picture of "Zzvroom" our coach mascot. The lad has a tad of a Snoopy wish. Next is our Grinch Tree with it's mascot. Followed by this years official Christmas Tree.

The last picture is this years Christmas Gift from John and Marie our Glamping Companions. Marie is an accomplished painter and she chose out furry kids as her study.

Di you can see why I want them to join this silly almost exclusive (NOT) club we all belong to.
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