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Old 09-15-2013, 05:15 PM   #3291
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Yo, Possum! Can you tap a foot? Or bang a cane in rhythm? You'll do! What a gang!
I have to stand still to chew gum, Nuff said!
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Old 09-15-2013, 05:37 PM   #3292
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You're a shew in!
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:18 PM   #3293
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You're a shew in!
If I've got this straight - in this thread - Possum is a shew in - and in another Les was a leg up?
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:24 PM   #3294
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I was working as a civilian dental asst for the Army in 1974 and got mercury on my brand new wedding ring, which made it SO shiny. One of the lab techs said the mercury would eat up the solder used to re-size my ring. I wonder if the mercury was as hard on coins?
Hmmm! I wonder if I could take a bath in it! Resize - hmmm!
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:33 PM   #3295
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Hi, KAS --

I understand the compromise issue. We have to pick our battles, don't we? And yes, if & when it's just you (or me) the space will mutate to become molded to you.

As for becoming an RVM, our fearless leader is pretty busy getting ready to head out, but eventually he will get back to you.

I can't do anything official, but will tell you that one of the 2 requirements is to tell us what you don't have, don't need, and don't miss. That may or may not include rope lights, bacon, cedar closet lining, outdoor kitchen ... whatever.

Flagship1 (RVM2) will tell you the rest when he gets here.

In the meantime, I'll offer you a pre-official welcome, and hope you qualify. So far it sounds pretty tough, eh?

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Old 09-15-2013, 06:34 PM   #3296
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Don't expect lil 'ol me to contribute musically; I can't sing and have trouble tuning the stereo so that pretty much covers my contributions.

KAZ et al, welcome to the flock. This group is so flighty it has to be bird driven.

X2 EL Kabong,

I cant carry a tune in a bucket, the DW can though, Hmmmmmm perhaps I can just stand in back and help keep the adult beverages cold or perhaps pour whistle wetters to keep you more musical ones well tuned, I have always wanted to learn to play a banjo but I think Im to far gone for it now.... Anyway....

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Old 09-15-2013, 06:39 PM   #3297
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Thanks RVM1 - mostly dry goods which will need to be replenished from time to time anyway. We did have to bring up clothes - but we pretty much could leave at the drop of a hat anytime. Just wish the hat would drop.

Sparky and Annie are doing most of the work. They say hello to all mutants and especially to RVM mascots. Sparky has perched himself in his resting spot and barking at me to do start the engine and roll. He doesn't understand why we can't leave today. Attachment 46129
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Hey Steve,

Sorry you have to wait until next Saturday to head out, but I can certainly understand you being anxious to go. We on the other hand, no longer do that unless we are packing a care package to put in the Jeep before we head out for some sight seeing, I know you are awaiting your FT adventure we are awaiting it as well.

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Thanks Jeff - I had a friend from out of town need a layover with us - which has slowed down the roster and newsletter. But he added a second trip to the RV this afternoon. We went and checked fluids - and added a little air to the tires to brng em in line - so one step closer!
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Old 09-15-2013, 07:27 PM   #3300
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If I've got this straight - in this thread - Possum is a shew in - and in another Les was a leg up?
Anyone been 'hands down' yet?

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Many greetings and mutant salutations KAS. You have opened your mind and heart to the RVM community letting all who read these pages that your RV doesn't have some things and you don't miss them. You are hereby and hereafter to be aka RVM49! All rights and privileges bestowed.

Welcome KAS - RVM49 fellow mutants!
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Thanks RVM1 - mostly dry goods which will need to be replenished from time to time anyway. We did have to bring up clothes - but we pretty much could leave at the drop of a hat anytime. Just wish the hat would drop.

Sparky and Annie are doing most of the work. They say hello to all mutants and especially to RVM mascots. Sparky has perched himself in his resting spot and barking at me to do start the engine and roll. He doesn't understand why we can't leave today.
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You own the outside bays, Annie the rest, and Sparky does chores. Pretty much the same here, except Rocky just sits there gazing out the front window looking stoned.

An RVM ponderance: If a hat is dropped and everyone leaves real quick, and the hat hits the floor with nobody around, did it make a sound, and sans sound or witnesses how do we know it was really dropped?

Hay! Y'all got stuff in the rig and junk in da trunks, so here's wishing the 3 of you a grand outing!!!
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Anyone been 'hands down' yet?
Ah, but it's been quite recently proven that iRV2s can kick up their heels. ;0
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Ah, but it's been quite recently proven that iRV2s can kick up their heels. ;0
Yep. Proven. And also for RVMs in Iowa.
Do they also take pics? ;-)
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RVM ponderance:

Reconnoiter.
How can you "re"connoiter if you have not first connoited?

If I must determine a route, I connoit it. If I must re-consider the route, I reconnoit.
Reconnoiter is the act of connoiting again; repeating the connoit....as it were.

Same applies with reconnaissance. Connaissance happens first.

But, I digress.......
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