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Old 12-19-2014, 02:54 PM   #28491
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Old 12-19-2014, 02:57 PM   #28492
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My propane wrench is a 7/8" flare wrench purchased from a pawn shop for $1.00. It stays on a clip in the compartment just above the propane tank. I have an "extend-a-stay" connection with a 5' hose and almost always use an exterior 40# tank. I use the MH tank as a back-up.

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Old 12-19-2014, 03:53 PM   #28493
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Wayne and Barb.. etc... is the mosquito contraction you were referring to? Better work for the $$
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Old 12-19-2014, 04:19 PM   #28494
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I have stayed there, this is where I met Colleen (Sohapi), she had stayed there for 6 months or so when Hunter was working in the area. It us nice, but I did not ever go into the rec area room... Was not too far from downtown, Easy in and out, but not the most scenuc area....

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My propane wrench is a 7/8" flare wrench purchased from a pawn shop for $1.00. It stays on a clip in the compartment just above the propane tank. I have an "extend-a-stay" connection with a 5' hose and almost always use an exterior 40# tank. I use the MH tank as a back-up.

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Typically they are 7/8". Missed you, where you been?

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Wayne and Barb.. etc... is the mosquito contraction you were referring to? Better work for the $$
Oh no! Not the one in the green box! Sheesh. Did you read the fine print? it says; "Does not work on Texas mosquitos."
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Old 12-19-2014, 04:23 PM   #28495
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Typically they are 7/8". Missed you, where you been?



Oh no! Not the one in the green box! Sheesh. Did you read the fine print? it says; "Does not work on Texas mosquitos."
Green box... or not - should I open this thing and give it a try or take it back???
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Old 12-19-2014, 05:02 PM   #28496
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Green box... or not - should I open this thing and give it a try or take it back???
I have one that I use during early hunting season and they work great! Have used at lake on picnic tables also.
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Old 12-19-2014, 05:32 PM   #28497
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I have one that I use during early hunting season and they work great! Have used at lake on picnic tables also.
Thanks Tim. I have opened it and will give a try the next time I hear a little skeeter buzzin.
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Old 12-19-2014, 05:40 PM   #28498
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Green box... or not - should I open this thing and give it a try or take it back???

All such devices work well in almost all of AZ.
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All such devices work well in almost all of AZ.
What do you use for the rattle snakes, scorpions and spiders???
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Les - how is Mort doing and is Margaret getting a prosthetic made? When Sparky heard the news he was visibly shaken and acted a little squirley for a day or two but he's slowing coming around.
I have to admit, Mort has not been very supportive of Margaret of late and I have caught him eyeing other prospective ladies of the rubber persuasion.
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What do you use for the rattle snakes, scorpions and spiders???

Have not seen either of the three critters in AZ since coming here almost every year since 1988.
Must be the Ropus Lightus?
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I have to admit, Mort has not been very supportive of Margaret of late and I have caught him eyeing other prospective ladies of the rubber persuasion.
Tell Mort there he needs to use his head and look into monopede mania.
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Have not seen either of the three critters in AZ since coming here almost every year since 1988.
Must be the Ropus Lightus?

Well, there was one big spider that deserved a saddle. It died a quick and painless death.
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I want to share a Throw Back Friday pic from my neighborhood in MN about 1956.
Boxes! Made a train.
Now, guess which one is me, and add your own Throw Back.
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