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Old 02-22-2015, 12:12 PM   #32481
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Old 02-22-2015, 12:21 PM   #32482
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What a bunch if young pups!
66 and 68.
47 years this June.
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Old 02-22-2015, 12:22 PM   #32483
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R U an RV Mutant too?

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That's right ... you haven't met me yet. I am PLENTY old (graduated hs in '71) to have met Arther Itis. He's a pest and not a friend. Moved into my right knee and left hip like he owned 'em.

He just laughs when you have a hard time getting out of bed or when you wake up in tears from him pounding your joints. I hate the guy. Mobic (or the generic, Meloxicam) makes him settle down and behave most of the time, though.

Is your Arther of the Rheumatoid clan or the Osteo clan? Mine is the Osteo clan. Last knee surgery, the doc scraped and cut a lot of Arther outta there. We'll see if he gets mad and returns ... with friends. Thank God for Mobic!

Ok, how about if everyone posts their hs graduation years! Like I said, I'm class of '71.

My Arthur is Osteo. Graduation in '60. Young pups, indeed!
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Old 02-22-2015, 12:27 PM   #32484
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You have excited me beyond words!
Woot!
Or more appropriately, weet!
I CAN play it. Will sanitize it and Jam it up.

Oh hooray! Lookin forward to that! I've only ever heard one one time, and that was briefly on TV. This will be WAY better!
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Old 02-22-2015, 12:40 PM   #32485
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Class of ............. Wait for it......... '69
Small town Arkansas

Larry is class of '69
Baltimore, MD...

We both play the radio..... Thats it.....
But i do take a lot of photos.......
So i will play photographer

Went and ran gen in rv for a couple of hours...
Now ut is past naptime.





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Old 02-22-2015, 12:53 PM   #32486
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Well Carl, you beat me. I ain't got any class at all.
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Lynne,

When my human daughter, Ami, first started to drive, I gave her a keyring with "Never drive faster than your guardian angels can fly" engraved on it. Your signature line always makes me think of her and smile.
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Hah and all this time I thought we was kindred spirits.

Of course my spirit is a single malt.
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Ok, since it seems to be confession Sunday, I'll admit to being a member of the infamous class of ’69. I play at being an adult and I play with my monkey (get your mind outta the gutter) and puppy, but I don't play any musical instruments. I volunteer to be an appreciative audience member.
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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?
We do NOT winterize. We just flush and sanitize tanks and water systems. We prefer a storage facility that offers 110 plug-in service.

Arizona (RV SuperStorage near Wild Horse Pass casino) offered covered spaces w/ electrical hook-up. Our Florida campground (Hide-A-Way RV Resort near Ruskin) offers just a fenced lot. I forgot to shut off EVERYTHING (duh) so we were welcomed by dead batteries. Overnight charge and we were good to go to our site.

Western storage makes sooooooooo much sense. 1,700 miles from home at 10 mpg = 170 gallon @ $3.89 a gallon = $663.30 in fuel. Add 3 -4 nights of camping costs $100- $130. Toad 31 mpg = 58 gallons of gas = $138. Three hotels for $330 = $468
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Ok, since it seems to be confession Sunday, I'll admit to being a member of the infamous class of 69. I play at being an adult and I play with my monkey (get your mind outta the gutter) and puppy, but I don't play any musical instruments. I volunteer to be an appreciative audience member.
My wife was only born in 69'!

She always tells people "I was in Gr.12 when she was in Gr.1"

I keep having to say "I wasn't dating her then!"
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We do NOT winterize. We just flush and sanitize tanks and water systems. We prefer a storage facility that offers 110 plug-in service.

Arizona (RV SuperStorage near Wild Horse Pass casino) offered covered spaces w/ electrical hook-up. Our Florida campground (Hide-A-Way RV Resort near Ruskin) offers just a fenced lot. I forgot to shut off EVERYTHING (duh) so we were welcomed by dead batteries. Overnight charge and we were good to go to our site.

Western storage makes sooooooooo much sense. 1,700 miles from home at 10 mpg = 170 gallon @ $3.89 a gallon = $663.30 in fuel. Add 3 -4 nights of camping costs $100- $130. Toad 31 mpg = 58 gallons of gas = $138. Three hotels for $330 = $468
Thanks Papa Steve,expect more questions, thanks again!
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:23 PM   #32494
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Ok, since it seems to be confession Sunday, I'll admit to being a member of the infamous class of 69. I play at being an adult and I play with my monkey (get your mind outta the gutter) and puppy, but I don't play any musical instruments. I volunteer to be an appreciative audience member.
I'm with you Barb, appreciative audience, or as Papa Steve put it "some of us or actually Normal".
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