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Old 09-05-2013, 05:02 PM   #2969
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With my boat that has never seen water, so we can open it up and turn it upside down, and Steve's folding junk, we can turn the boat upside down and have picnic tables for everyone.

Now, how do I get the folding boat to any gathering?

Wait! If I could do that it would see water at least once.
Can't you fold it up and put it in the cupboard?...
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Old 09-05-2013, 05:19 PM   #2970
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Can't you fold it up and put it in the cupboard?...
Could Toyduck be thinking of Toyboat?
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Old 09-05-2013, 05:29 PM   #2971
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Could Toyduck be thinking of Toyboat?
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Old 09-05-2013, 05:39 PM   #2972
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^* could be tricky pulling it out of water on a wet ramp.
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:39 PM   #2973
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Wish you had asked for advice on traversing the flatlands. I know all the neat byways that avoid the boredom of Interstates. Many opportunities to pull off and listen to the quiet wind rustling nearly mature corn fields. The left coast and the right coast city folk seldom experience the mellow sound of the heartlands.
Thanks for that, Moonrover.

Please tell me where to go. :-)
No, really!

Truth is I set my GPS for waypoints that force it to only direct me to non-freeway, no-toll roads. That is what we love to do and how this trip is going. For folks who dont have the journey as their destination, they would say we wasted a lot of road time by the way we stop so much.
And I actually love the flats! They are a most interesting part of Americana.
When the roads are all so straight that you can rope off the wheel and watch the world go by, you get a deeper appreciation for the various lifestyles of the bread basket, the corn belt.

When the Curiosities become regular, I foresee them happening in every cultural and geographic venue.

What say one? What say you all?

BTW, we are here for 3 nights with friends that own this campground. Please put it on your list.
http://www.crowvalleycampground.com/index.html

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Old 09-05-2013, 07:07 PM   #2974
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Pix of the day.

This is for PTjeep! From my front door last January.
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This is for PTjeep! From my front door last January.
Sorry, but I claim it also.
Amazing stuff!!!
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This is for PTjeep! From my front door last January.
Gorgeous, Tina! I do miss snow now that we've sprouted feathers & your photo is a beautiful expression of it. Keep sharing!
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Attention mutants....
This pic and post are is being sent of behalf of Barb - okmunky - RVM18 who is having a picture posting issue.

"The view from my bedroom window. It's the car carrier, Morning Melody, on the Columbia River as she sails from Portland, OR to Ulsan, S. Korea. Thanks to www.marinetraffic.com, I know that she is 590' long and 105' wide. One of the smallest car carriers I've seen here."
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:24 PM   #2978
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Hey Tina, a bit of stuff from me.
Want to learn your tricks!

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One of the smallest car carriers I've seen here."
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Maybe they hook more on the back... like a train. First one I have ever seen.
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:30 PM   #2980
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This pic and post are is being sent of behalf of Barb - okmunky - RVM18 who is having a picture posting issue.

"The view from my bedroom window. It's the car carrier, Morning Melody, on the Columbia River as she sails from Portland, OR to Ulsan, S. Korea. Thanks to www.marinetraffic.com, I know that she is 590' long and 105' wide. One of the smallest car carriers I've seen here."
Looks like the RV park in Woodland, WA. Nice place but kinda plain and expensive. Right now, we're on the Columbia, only, about sixty miles upriver, where the big ships don't go - watching Dish TV for the first time ever in the Moho!

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At the dunes along I-8 west of Yuma. About the only color missing is green.

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In San Diego yesterday. Just want you to know that I'm thinking about all you mutated people.

There are Bacon sticks. Good for the gums.
There Gummy Bacon, and Bacon Strips just below the Gummy Bacon.
There is a Bacon Walet - must have item for mutants.
For you car buffs, what else but a Funky Fresh Bacon Air Freshener

Like I said, just thinkin' 'bout ya!
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