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Old 02-24-2015, 09:34 PM   #32733
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Takes a bigger wheel than any of mine! Barbed wire? Barb?

How about Sena wire?
Very fine. Hard to grasp. Elusive.
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:36 PM   #32734
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If it's anything like the colored wires used in jewelry making, then yes. Goodie! Something new to play with!
Ok, sign her up. She wants something to remember that's she's not working anymore! Lol
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:37 PM   #32735
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Night night.... Up early...
The crew is coming to put in my new hardwood floors in bedroom.....
Dogs are going to doggie daycare for their first time....
Then grooming on Thursday.....
Floor Pictures later.....

Sue, i am on the list, but not for materials....

Btw on ebay you can get wheels.....
I am now wanting a square one..... Too........

Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!

What a great coupla days you have comin up! Will those pups ever forgive you? Before supper? Or have way too much fun at daycare?

Lessee -- the list:
Diane, has her own supplies;
Mary Ann, needs supplies;
Mary, needs wheel, has wire;
Mel & Kate, bring their own to show, tell, & play.

I'll prolly get carried away and bring more fibers than needed, but there should be plenty of choice. My samples are all necklaces thus far. Diane and Mary may have inspired me to get more adventurous!
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her pups will be so tired they will forget to be mad!
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Fence wire? Are you trying to get out of finishing the fence again?
Well if'n it's heavy enough wire could use it for those fence posts, I heard somewhere, that he's out of...
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Hey Steve! Can we hire Tina S?

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Yep.. it's how Wayne tied his shoes as a boy.
That was then, now is now and they are all slip ons.

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Hey Liz.

Look here
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You can Dance To This
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You can Dance To This

Ya shur, you betcha. Not on yer slip ons!
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Games at CL

Anyone enjoy board games? Kate & I like playing card games (canasta, gin rummy, progressive rummy, and more) and all sorts of other games, such as Catch Phrase, Mexican Train dominos, Guesstures, Cranium, and a great game called "Joker," which is played using a special playing board, marbles (for movers) and 3 decks of cards with jokers in.

I know I should put this kind of thing on the Yahoo group site, but I just can't get the hang of how it works. It doesn't seem to be very user friendly. (Or maybe this user just isn't very savvy.)

At any rate, we hope some folks will bring their favorite games to play. I envision a Canasta (or whatever) tournament, with games going at 2 or 3 tables. Do we need to bring card tables? No problem to throw in our card table.

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Anyone enjoy board games? Kate & I like playing card games (canasta, gin rummy, progressive rummy, and more) and all sorts of other games, such as Catch Phrase, Mexican Train dominos, Guesstures, Cranium, and a great game called "Joker," which is played using a special playing board, marbles (for movers) and 3 decks of cards with jokers in.

I know I should put this kind of thing on the Yahoo group site, but I just can't get the hang of how it works. It doesn't seem to be very user friendly. (Or maybe this user just isn't very savvy.)

At any rate, we hope some folks will bring their favorite games to play. I envision a Canasta (or whatever) tournament, with games going at 2 or 3 tables. Do we need to bring card tables? No problem to throw in our card table.

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Not a game player but the pavilion has lots of picnic tables and plenty of room...
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Not a game player but the pavilion has lots of picnic tables and plenty of room...

Just watch out for sudden "breezes"!
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Anyone enjoy board games? Kate & I like playing card games (canasta, gin rummy, progressive rummy, and more) and all sorts of other games, such as Catch Phrase, Mexican Train dominos, Guesstures, Cranium, and a great game called "Joker," which is played using a special playing board, marbles (for movers) and 3 decks of cards with jokers in.

I know I should put this kind of thing on the Yahoo group site, but I just can't get the hang of how it works. It doesn't seem to be very user friendly. (Or maybe this user just isn't very savvy.)

At any rate, we hope some folks will bring their favorite games to play. I envision a Canasta (or whatever) tournament, with games going at 2 or 3 tables. Do we need to bring card tables? No problem to throw in our card table.

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Mel we have use of the pavilion all week. Our campsites are near it and there are many picnic tables under it. I envision the pavilion being the gathering point for scheduled events and for casual gatherings. I will be bringing firewood to have fires in pits when needed and games might be fun.

Two things this group does well is talk and eat!

I will have a organized Cow Chip Tossing contest, bring your own gloves, a bean bag or washer toss and one yet to be announced event to make up the triathlon events. Some of the things I was considering for the third event was the 5 mile run, mile swim, kayak relay or weight lifting and push-up combine.
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