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Old 02-06-2015, 09:27 PM   #31291
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I cannot stress this enough - Annie pointed it out to me as we were driving away and made me circle back to take a picture. I didn't want to but she insisted and didn't have her phone with her. Anyone who has ever tried to call her knows - she never has her phone with her.
Yes... but you POSTED it! LOL! Oh Honey... we are gonna rib you for that one a long time...settle in a get comfy....
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Old 02-06-2015, 09:34 PM   #31292
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$1 in perputuity? Is that the correct term...... I love it actually..... Here is a centerpiece on my dining table....
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Sweet and gorgeous centerpiece you have!
There was lots of neat stuff.
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Old 02-06-2015, 09:43 PM   #31293
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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
But that one is carved and chiseled to get the horse look... the one he found just didn't need a thing but getting cut off of the rest of the piece!
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Good evening Mutants !!!

Another fine day in the desert and another gourmet dinner of lamb shanks, garlic mashed spuds and salad along with libations to boot its just hard to beat.

I hope all my friends are doing splendidly on the rainbow as we are. After dinner was a campfire with lots of laughs for dessert sprinkled with copious amounts of star gazing.

Cheers !!!!
I see you are up to your old tricks of trying to entice other campers to come in and play with you. What happened, dog finally got the pork chop around your neck?

Just couldn't resisit.
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But that one is carved and chiseled to get the horse look... the one he found just didn't need a thing but getting cut off of the rest of the piece!

Your right, Marty. The one I found is just too nifty!
Pardon me while I make a nocturnal visit to a....ummm....volcano.
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Old 02-06-2015, 10:00 PM   #31296
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Mel back when I was showing Paint Horses and pulling a 3 horse with mid tack and living qtrs I had a truck just a little smaller than that.
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Lynne, obviously you haven't read the thread about the restaurant in my yard! LOL



Les, is that you??? Where are your pants? Why are you playing on the retaining wall with no clothes on? Your behind is gettin' kinda large. Maybe you oughta cut back on the salmon and choke cherries. And where did you get that tan, man? You're in Canada!
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G'night Muties. I'm off to see my mom in Amarillo tomorrow morning. Check back in on Sunday. Make it a great weekend!
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I see you are up to your old tricks of trying to entice other campers to come in and play with you. What happened, dog finally got the pork chop around your neck?

Just couldn't resisit.
Hey Wayne !!!!

How are you doing, and who woke you up, or are you up because you just couldn't sleep ? I can't really say anyone tied a pork chop around my neck, but we did enjoy a great meal out where you have to be a bit more self reliant to make a great meal, and its so much fun when you have the ability to do so.

Maybe we could do a boondocking curiosity someday far out in the desert and no restaurants close by at all, we would just fix what was on hand, of course we had to go to the store to get the lamb shanks.

I hope you and Earlene are having a great time over on the other side of the rockies.

Cheers !!!
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Hey Wayne !!!!

How are you doing, and who woke you up, or are you up because you just couldn't sleep ? I can't really say anyone tied a pork chop around my neck, but we did enjoy a great meal out where you have to be a bit more self reliant to make a great meal, and its so much fun when you have the ability to do so.

Maybe we could do a boondocking curiosity someday far out in the desert and no restaurants close by at all, we would just fix what was on hand, of course we had to go to the store to get the lamb shanks.

I hope you and Earlene are having a great time over on the other side of the rockies.

Cheers !!!
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Old 02-06-2015, 10:49 PM   #31301
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Seriously, come on down to the GC, I promis you want starve. We might get Ed to make a crape!
Hey Tim I think you meant "CREPES"...

Yes I just might try feeding the mutants one morning.
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Dogpatch,


We love feeding the birds. Have feeders and baths out front and out back. We live to close to the city to see certain things but get a pretty good variety of other species. Our squirrels right now are growing in numbers. They come from all directions.


The hawks vary in size and type. We know when they are here because everyone else tries to escape ASAP. Nature at it's finest.


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Hey Tim I think you meant "CREPES"...

Yes I just might try feeding the mutants one morning.
Yep, meant crepe, thought I might get a response our too from my spelling! Crepe, crape, striper, stripper we may have all of those at the GC@CL 1.2!

Ed just remember, what happened at IRV2 National Rally, stays at IRV2 National Rally but you can't get away with nutn at a GC! Lol
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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Oh yeah, I can see that wooden horse head mounted to the front of Gwen. Like those buxom carved wooden ladies mounted to the bow of ships.
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