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Old 03-14-2015, 09:42 AM   #33685
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Now I'm heart broke.
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Earlene what are we to do???
Diversity.....!
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Old 03-14-2015, 10:13 AM   #33686
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Morning mutants. Dave and Deb departed at the apointed hour of 11 am... hugs but no tears as we have "plans" 8 months down the road in Arizona.

We had many laughs and no fun at all! Those two are everything you'd expect of a mutant and so much more! If ya ever get the chance to MiniC with RVM13, don't miss it!
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Old 03-14-2015, 12:47 PM   #33687
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And then as quickly as the storm had arrived, the wind and rain vanished. Ropelight Gulch was again eerily quite. Our thoughts quickly turned from the mystery of mother nature to the more pressing matter of who killed....

Murder at Ropelight Gulch
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Old 03-14-2015, 01:14 PM   #33688
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The legend of the Pink Texas Bluebonnet lives on...
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The legend of the Pink Texas Bluebonnet lives on...
Makes me wonder if they don't change color like hydrangeas do with the soil PH....
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Nope, it's the seed of STD. Sick Twisted Delusion!
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Makes me wonder if they don't change color like hydrangeas do with the soil PH....
Legend has it hat the blue field of the Texas Flag depicts a wite star of rare white bluebonnets in a large field of bluebonnets. A number of the rare white flowers were drenched in the blood of the brave Texans who fought for state independence. The white bluebonnets took on a pink color from their. The original home of the pink bluebonnets is said to be right outside of San Antonio not far from the Alamo.

And then there's the possibility of soil ph. But the pink and white flowers are almost always next to the blue. Hard to imagine ph differences so close together.
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Legend has it hat the blue field of the Texas Flag depicts a wite star of rare white bluebonnets in a large field of bluebonnets. A number of the rare white flowers were drenched in the blood of the brave Texans who fought for state independence. The white bluebonnets took on a pink color from their. The original home of the pink bluebonnets is said to be right outside of San Antonio not far from the Alamo.

And then there's the possibility of soil ph. But the pink and white flowers are almost always next to the blue. Hard to imagine ph differences so close together.
Well, I like the legend. I suppose I'll never unravel that mystery...
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Well, I like the legend. I suppose I'll never unravel that mystery...
The Ropelight Gulch mystery is even more perplexing...
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I know you guys are all out there full timing and enjoying new scenery.....good on Ya!

It's been a busy week for the Beaver in the "for sale" department.
It's like someone turned on a switch and people are callin and seein on it.
2 calls from the U.S. and 4 local. One visit twice with a test drive. One I'll call you tomorrow with a decision. I may end up without a rainbow rider for a bit. Too expensive to buy in the States right now with a low Canuck dollar. I can't see losing $14,000 to buy one there. For those I had a convo with, I threw out the Itasca as the paint finish was cracked all over.
I found an 03 Endeavour low miles and beautiful condition but I haven't sold mine yet. You never now what going to happen with me.

But, life at Dogpatch Central AIN'T a bad place if'n I'm forced to sit a spell!

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Steve are you sure of what your buying from that market? My sweet tators don't grow all conical shaped like that!
That's the brown sugar Tim. But Dave and Deb brought the sweet taters so I'm not sure where they came from. What I do know is that they were yummy.
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Let you know a seekrit Steve. We're home two day early. Call if'n you wants ta.
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