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Old 02-21-2015, 09:35 PM   #32411
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Martin had an idea yesterday. Drum roll! Spouses and partners of registered bona fide mutants might be identified as their mutant's number plus point one. So Martin would officially be #36.1.

Don't everyone jump on it at once , now! I think he wants to count. 😘
There's that Dewey Decimal System showing up again! GC 1.2 now Martin 36.1!
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:46 PM   #32412
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Martin had an idea yesterday. Drum roll! Spouses and partners of registered bona fide mutants might be identified as their mutant's number plus point one. So Martin would officially be #36.1.

Don't everyone jump on it at once , now! I think he wants to count. 😘

I love it.... Martin wants to be one....
Larry said he just puts 64 1/2, since he is the other half.... So maybe 64.5 instead of fractions.....

Is Herb still out there? Anyone talk to him? Dallas is supposed to get the snow and ice tomorrow before us....
Tim.... Wanta build another snowman? Herb might be on his way to AR...



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Old 02-21-2015, 09:46 PM   #32413
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I'm the other Steve but I think they way they roll - is to get the rainbow rider out of Indiana and stored in Florida / Arizona before the cold arrives. Then, after the holidays slip out in the toad between cold fronts... but that's just my recollection.
Yep, that's what we've done on occasion. Store it rather that drive it. One time to save fuel when we know we're going right back to AZ in the Winter and once to escape the cold without the MH and "meet" the MH in Florida in the Winter. Seems to make sense to us since we don't drive about Indiana or the Midwest from late October to April. Driving just the toad back from AZ saved us money even counting hotels and gas.

Might spend some time in the hills of Arizona (cooler) and then drive to Phoenix for a day or so to prep it for storage.
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:51 PM   #32414
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Yep, that's what we've done on occasion. Store it rather that drive it. One time to save fuel when we know we're going right back to AZ in the Winter and once to escape the cold without the MH and "meet" the MH in Florida in the Winter. Seems to make sense to us since we don't drive about Indiana or the Midwest from late October to April. Driving just the toad back from AZ saved us money even counting hotels and gas.

Might spend some time in the hills of Arizona (cooler) and then drive to Phoenix for a day or so to prep it for storage.
Papa Steve that's an interesting concept. Do you just find a park that offers storage or Camping World or what. We might be interested in trying that sometime. I assume you winterize it, what else?
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:58 PM   #32415
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Before I go read a few pages and provide my witty remarks, the Texas Contingent of the RVMutants had a Mini-C this evening. We met at the Kemah Boardwalk in Kemah, TX and proceeded to the Flying Dutchman eatery. Present were Dave and Jeannnie (JNE), Bot and Stephanie (TEFFY) and Wayne and Earlene (WAYNE M). As usual a fantastic time was had by all, well at least us. Proof is in the pictures.
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As I see it, Tim laid down the gauntlet to Jeff on the Land Surfing Championship. And now chickens out?
I say "bock-bock"
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Geocacher, AKA Deb and Dale, forever to be known as RVM #107, Welcome to the sickest and twistedest group of mutants I know of!! Ride the RAINBOW at will.
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Before I go read a few pages and provide my witty remarks, the Texas Contingent of the RVMutants had a Mini-C this evening. We met at the Kemah Boardwalk in Kemah, TX and proceeded to the Flying Dutchman eatery. Present were Dave and Jeannnie (JNE), Bot and Stephanie (TEFFY) and Wayne and Earlene (WAYNE M). As usual a fantastic time was had by all, well at least us. Proof is in the pictures.
A finer group of mutants I have not seen lately... :thumbup:
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Joshin' with ya, Wayne. You know we'll always love you and Earlene for going to all the trouble you did to check out Bow for us.

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ugh... Bess dog just got skunked a little while ago... one bath of coconut smelling doggy shampoo down and vinegar rinse... we will see how bad it is after she dries and do again with deskunker stuff... house smells worse than she....not sure she took a direct hit...but she was rubbing her nose all over the floor.....
I never found anything better than tomato juice. When a former dog got sprayed in the back yard I had to go buy 3 or for big cans of it and it did the job on her. Me, well it was shower and shower and shower. Some still say I stink like a skunk. Oh well.
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And from another view:
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Bob, Stephanie, Dave, Jeannie
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Jeannie, Dave, and his roundness.

Earlene is taking the pictures
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And from another view:
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I was wondering what happened to MR. CLEAN!
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I was wondering what happened to MR. CLEAN!
We at least know where his barber had been...
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Wayne and Earline,

I hope you told Jne to git her butt back to posting here. I miss her wit and humor.
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