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Old 01-16-2015, 04:51 PM   #29891
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How high were the barricades, maybe we can jump them with our units?
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Old 01-16-2015, 06:02 PM   #29892
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Possum you need to be planning the great northwest GC cause you Canucks have a high bar to pass already and CL@GC 1.2 may be even better. I'm not sure you and Les are ready for this bunch! Lol Loud and rowdy Texans, loud and boisterous stories, flag waving horn honking and lots of YeeeeHaaas!
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Maybe we can borree the barricades...
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Old 01-16-2015, 07:10 PM   #29894
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I am now currently motor-homeless. I had the REV posted on craigslist, and someone wanted it, so I sold it....

What's next???????

While I wouldn't mind owning another RV, I don't think I want something as large as the REV, it was just almost 2 big for the 2 of us... so the search ensues!
Well - I kept your secret this whole time... sure hope ya make it GC 1.2 Redux... keep in touch
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Old 01-16-2015, 07:28 PM   #29895
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Possum you need to be planning the great northwest GC cause you Canucks have a high bar to pass already and CL@GC 1.2 may be even better. I'm not sure you and Les are ready for this bunch! Lol Loud and rowdy Texans, loud and boisterous stories, flag waving horn honking and lots of YeeeeHaaas!
Like I said before Tim......you haven't met my wife yet.

You Texans would be like spending the afternoon with Sunday School Kids! LOL
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I bet Jne and her would get really rowdy!
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Like I said before Tim......you haven't met my wife yet.

You Texans would be like spending the afternoon with Sunday School Kids! LOL
Careful Les how you throw that "You Texans" around. Texas is big but my heart, head and but is in Arkansas!!
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I think Texans and Arkies would be great Sunday school kids!
They show up on Sunday, listen intently, and cook lunch afterwords.
Somebody say bacon?
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Old 01-16-2015, 09:31 PM   #29899
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I think Texans and Arkies would be great Sunday school kids!
They show up on Sunday, listen intently, and cook lunch afterwords.
Somebody say bacon?
Will pork loin do?
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Ha ha, yes your right about the Amtraks. Kim got a few pictures of them, and posted them to her facebook. We enjoy watching them. I bet the folks that checked in here yesterday wasn't ready for the parade of tanks, or I mean Amtraks at 2200 last night.

I haven't got over to the other site yet. I'm down in LA Jolla VA today trying to get my knee looked at.

What a waste of a beautiful day. It's been in the mid 70's. Can't beat that.
Good luck with the knee. Had both ACL's reconstructed. That's where they remove 1/3 of the patella tendon bring it down, drill a hole up through the bottom of the knee, string the 1/3 in and put in in place on the top part of the knee joint with a screw. Rehab is exactly the same as knee replacement. Had the right knee replaced. The left knee needs to be replaced. I asked the doctor on the first knee replacement if he could do both at the same time and he said that the insurance companies would not authorize it because of the doubling of risk regarding blood clots.

The old saying if you get one done, you won't get the other one done is basically true. I'm waiting for the untruth part to take hold on me.

I have also had both rotators cuffs repaired. Needed to be done but the rehab is worse than the knee rehab. Trust me.

Barb (okmunky) had both knees done at the same time last year and to hear her tell it - all is well. I forget just how long after her replacements that she went zip lining with the Mutants. But it sure seemed like a short time.
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Careful Les how you throw that "You Texans" around. Texas is big but my heart, head and but is in Arkansas!!
Ha! I replied to what you said and then saw you were from Arkansas. You tryin to get me in trouble with the Texans?

Too late! LOL
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Like I said before Tim......you haven't met my wife yet.

You Texans would be like spending the afternoon with Sunday School Kids! LOL
Les. Remember - my beloved and dearly departed Aunt Bonita - the namesake of Bonita Bounded. (My Aunt Bonnie as a kid.) Well I'm sure your wife is a saint like my aunt. After all - who but a saint has a kitchen reno like she does?
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We have a bunch of PHD doctorates speaking up now.
I can't believe how deep its getting laid by our resident Piled Higher and Deeper types.

If there was a way of bagging all this there would never be a fertilizer shortage.
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Ok.... Off to go babysit at sons house with his 3 and other sons 2 while they go to Hot Springs to the races, To celebrate oldest sons 39 birthday...... Am i a glutton or do i have the best part..... I will tell yall later..... After 10 hours and 2 meals with 5 grands ranging in age from 1-5........ Larry coming to help aftrr lunch...... Smile.... Be good yall, dont write too much.



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