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Old 04-08-2015, 06:58 AM   #34931
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Rvm 104 checking in from Fort Payne, Al. Here's some pictures from Little River Canyon on Lookout Mountain about 2 miles from our CG.
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Rvm 104 checking in from Fort Payne, Al. Here's some pictures from Little River Canyon on Lookout Mountain about 2 miles from our CG.

Howdy Tom and Kim!
Nice pics. Thanks!
Y'all sure do get around.
Miss U 2
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Old 04-08-2015, 07:23 AM   #34933
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Hope Y'all have safe travels to the cg. And remember I'm only a phone call away if help fixing some thing is needed. I will be missing this one but I'll be there in spirit. And tell Annie not to work so hard this time.

Hey you two! Hopefully the RVMs at CL will not have issues, but we have your number, Bro!
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Old 04-08-2015, 07:25 AM   #34934
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Woot woot... last day of work complete....don't return until May 5.



Lots of family for the next few days and then head South for GC.



Still a little more to pack but we are getting there. See you all soon.

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Old 04-08-2015, 07:36 AM   #34935
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Where are all the mutants, Larry Di, Sue Martin, Wayne Earlene some are more than a little quite. Jne how's the solenoid repairs? It's getting close!

Here..... We are here....
Right now doing a MPH.... Sitting in my recliner thinking about all i need to do, and havent done...

Larry is doing his usuals... Changed out bushings on sway thing under the front something ir other, and whatever he does that i know nothing about... His get up and go, seems to come when we get ready to get up abd go.... Mine too... I plan, make lists, then wait till last minute....

Getting excited, will miss the ones who cant make it, but looking forward to meeting the new ones coming in, and of course the ones coming back.... That is special... This is special, we are special.....



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Old 04-08-2015, 07:39 AM   #34936
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Hey Ed and Jackie, Have a safe trip and enjoy all that time off!
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Old 04-08-2015, 07:56 AM   #34937
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Goodness! Everyone up and so chatty already this AM!
More thunderstorms last night and this morning... didn't sleep too well... tried to go to bed early.... ha ha ha!
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Wayne... Jacks?
To soon to tell. I stopped by yesterday and it was parked for pickup. They thought I needed it to go tripping. I told them they could have it until Friday. Manager said that they are having a difficulty identifying the exact problem. Well, duh, it has been ongoing since 2011 and no one seems to be able to identify the problem, even Winnebago. Getting close though, getting close - well close to GC that is.

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I'm sitting in my recliner thinking about what all I need to load up in Bow this weekend in preparation for the GC. YAY!!!!! The most important things will go in first so they don't get left behind, namely lots of rum, Coco Lopez, fresh pineapple juice & the 2 blenders. Then the kimonos and finally, my jeans and flip flops. Lord, I hope I don't forget Kate.

We'll arrive for the prom ... er ... the Grand Curiosity ... sometime late Thursday afternoon. Dave, should we bring 3D glasses to the opening of the kimono? Or blindfolds?

What mysteries will be revealed at this GC?

Will the identity of the Great and Powerful Oz be revealed?
Will Tim be up all night building little fences around our coaches?
Will Sue quilt a cocoon around herself?
Will Kate and Sarah insist that Sue quilt cocoons for them?
Will Steve have strange, wooden horn implants in his forehead?
Will Di paint herself into a corner?
Will Barb be monkeying around all week?
Will Dave tow a broadcasting van so he can put us to sleep with the sounds of Led Zeppelin and The Stones?
Will Marty make us all eat a lamb chop? ... and Charlie Horse and Hush Puppy?
Oh, the humanity! :-0
Mel, three words for the opening of the kimono: Eyes Wide Shut!

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That just what I'm afraid of ....

Actually, Wayne said "Ah, maybe yes, maybe no." Earlene said "Thumbs up!"
Thank you, Earlene.

And thank you, Wayne, for test driving Bow and checking her out for us. We've had a couple of things done. (I'll show you when we're at CL.) And there are several more things we want to have done.
We're very happy with our coach thus far. She's an older gal, but still has a lot of get-up-and-go, a lot of miles yet to give us.
Quoting both of you, but Steve, remind me to tell you about the bribe the seller gav....er...offered me to be sure they bought it.

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Off to the Vet for my annual shots......er Miya's annual shots. Darn typing.
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Goodness! Everyone up and so chatty already this AM!
More thunderstorms last night and this morning... didn't sleep too well... tried to go to bed early.... ha ha ha!

Yikes! You have sure had more than your share of that stuff, but hold on to your hat....
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Looks like we may have to hold a good weather ritual when we all get to CL. Somebody HELP! We don't need any of that nasty weather. All of you with a S&B -- make sure you leave your tornado magnet at home!
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My father's siblings always went camping for Memorial weekend in their campers... it was sort of like a family reunion... well, when the boys were little, gpa and gma asked us if we were coming ,so, we bought a cabin tent to go... that plus my little green and yellow 2 man tent I had, and so we went... Every time we went camping on Memorial weekend... it either tornadoed on us or straight line winds happened... Thus... Bob decided camping was wet and windy and not much fun... I 'made' him go for the boys... but only for a few years until the tent no longer was in good enough shape to go...there weren't enough s'mores to make it worth his while. Funny, the little 2 man tent held up much better and kept the 2 boys in it warm and dry while the cabin tent would suck up and loosen the poles and come crashing down on us in the middle of the night and we would have to flee in the car to his mom's house...about 8 miles away from where we camped. The boys in the little tent always looked so surprised when we would rouse them up and say... our tent crashed, we are all going to grandma's until morning when we can come back and dry things out....Poor fellas... then they had to come out and get drenched in pouring rain because mama hen couldn't leave her little ones behind alone....
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That's a familiar story Marty. I went through that as a kid. When I got my first dome tent I knew life had changed for the better. Before going full time I sold my Mountain Hardware back packing tent. That thing could withstand about anything mother nature through at it. I carried it in the BVan and would set it up if room was needed. Didn't need the room when we got Bonita. With all the GC party supplies sort wish I had it now lol.
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Still have time to make it Ken!
Love to be there, but if'n I don't finish the projects on this house might be the same as you waitin' on those loggers. And I'll never get that RAINBOW rider.

Y'all have a great time, safe travels to CL and remember....photos or it didn't happen!!
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