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Old 04-08-2015, 11:53 AM   #34945
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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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Old 04-08-2015, 11:58 AM   #34946
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HA, when I was a kid the rocks were still soft. My dad had a 1941 or 42 four door chevy, well there were only two kids and were YOUNG,
So we had two big old blankets, feather beds I think and a blue with white spots coffee pot that must have held a gallon, an iron skillet and some sort of tin box that held the food and a canvas bag that held ice for a little while ( at least until the Pearl pop with foam on top ran out ). There was a minnow bucket with minnows, a minnow dip net for the river and a big net for across the river. I never did figure out why the minnows until just recently, might have been for the ranger so when you had to throw the net down in the river---HA
Dad and my grandpaw also did noodling which got some big, soft catfish meat to go with the fried potato and pinto bean and I think the two kids had ice tea. Whoo what a hoot
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Warren it sounds like many of our trips. We camped with another family often that the dad was always making his famous ash potatoes! Cooking over a campfire using big cast iron skillet he would cook slow fry potatoes and onions. Being a cigar smoker often times the ashes would build up till some would fall into the skillet while he would be stirring the potatoes. Like a good cook he would just stir them in going unnoticed so he thought!

Canvas tents that leaked if you touched the inside walls during a rain! Been there done that!
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Canvas tents that leaked if you touched the inside walls during a rain! Been there done that!
Used to camp in a pop-up trailer. One time it was raining cats & dogs and my wife (girlfriend at the time) reached up to touch a droplet forming on the canvas. Before I could say "DON'T TOUCH IT" we had a leak that pestered us through the whole weekend. Still kept her around though.
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Mel, three words for the opening of the kimono: Eyes Wide Shut!

We've been warned. Thank you so much, Wayne. I'll turn my chair backwards.

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.

Right. Pay no attention to the Wayne-ster. He's suffering heat stroke or delusional disorder or caught some kind of mutant virus. Earlene will straighten him out in short order. Hee hee hee.


Off to the Vet for my annual shots......


Hmmmmm. That explains a few things, Wayne. Does Earlene know you're seeing the Vet? She must be really good-looking. Just be sure and get those shots in the ARM, buddy.
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I defenitly need it if it will fix snoring. See Annie for details....
Annie! Oh. Annnnieeeee ....!

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Mel, three words for the opening of the kimono: Eyes Wide Shut!

We've been warned. Thank you so much, Wayne. I'll turn my chair backwards.

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.

Right. Pay no attention to the Wayne-ster. He's suffering heat stroke or delusional disorder or caught some kind of mutant virus. Earlene will straighten him out in short order. Hee hee hee.


Off to the Vet for my annual shots......


Hmmmmm. That explains a few things, Wayne. Does Earlene know you're seeing the Vet? She must be really good-looking. Just be sure and get those shots in the ARM, buddy.

Lol..... Vet is also his fishing buddy......



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I'm finally getting that "yay, we're going on a trip!" feeling. Hub's taking the Bounder to get an oil change and lube tomorrow and then bringing her home so we can start packing.
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Yay, I've been working on Harvey for the last 10 days getting him ready for the 2,400 mile trip. Leaving Sunday morning.
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I'm finally getting that "yay, we're going on a trip!" feeling. Hub's taking the Bounder to get an oil change and lube tomorrow and then bringing her home so we can start packing.

Yes... Us too...... Bringing ours over on friday..... Yippee..... Mutantism.....



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Hmmmmm. That explains a few things, Wayne. Does Earlene know you're seeing the Vet? She must be really good-looking. Just be sure and get those shots in the ARM, buddy.
Totally out of context, totally!!

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When do you leave? Tomorrow to start packing! What are you doing, taking the house contents?

We leave Monday, stopping in Carthage, TX. Join up with us for the Texas Ride-in.
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Murder at Rope Light Gulch. Page 104....
Several RVMs were sitting around the morning campfire watching the dew evaporate from the big Gulch rock fire ring. The usual morning ponders, laughter and coffee sipping was just getting underway. A thin wisp of mesquite smoked rose gently above our heads and lingered briefly with the hickory vapor rising from the sizzeling bacon on a couple of Coleman stoves. Mutant mugs were still full of the requisite morning beverages. Strong coffee for the most part and the imported English tea the Cromwells always sip.

This was a Mutant morning ritual and we were all looking forward to the first crunchy bite of smokey, salted goodness when Barbarella rushed up with arms flailing. She was obviously distressed about something. "Has anyone seen Lena? She was just here. I turned my back for a Mutant minute and the little dickens was gone."

A hush came over all of the folks, and they all rose up to begin a search for their beloved RVM Mascot....
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Several RVMs were sitting around the morning campfire watching the dew evaporate from the gulch rock fire ring. The usual morning ponders, laughter and coffee sipping was just getting underway. A thin wisp of mesquite smoked rose gentely above our heads and lingered briefly with the hickory vapor rising from the sizzeling bacon on a couple of Coleman stoves. Mutant mugs were still full of the requisite morning beverages. Strong coffee for the most part and the imported English tea the Cromwells always sip.

This was a Mutant morning ritual and we were all looking forward to the first cruchy bite of smokey, salted goodness when Barbarella rushed up with arms flailing. She was obviously distressed about something. "Has anyone seen Sena? She was just here. I turned my back for a mutant minute and the little dickens was gone."

A hush came over all of the folks, and they all rose up to begin a search for their beloved RVM Mascot....
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Dude... I thought you were going to read this at the Opening of the Kimono... lol.
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Dude... I thought you were going to read this at the Opening of the Kimono... lol.

Hay, good idea.
RVMs, don't read what I posted.
I justed edited it a bit
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