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Old 04-29-2015, 09:44 AM   #36163
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I keep forgetting to mention this one. I saw a great idea in Vegas last time I was there. An RV parked near me was apparently owned by some bumper sticker collectors. Instead of trashing up their RV, the stickers were mounted to the insides of the storage bay doors. That way they were protected from the weather, too.

I'm thinking they would be protected from sticker picking monkeys as well. On the same theme, I ordered locking hatches for my water tank fill spout and the city water connection. Sena has lost multiple caps for both. It's not easy to live with this brat!

Dewayne, I may be calling on you for installation advice.
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Old 04-29-2015, 09:50 AM   #36164
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Stoney Creek CG in Greenville VA would be considered rustic by some, but we love it! $20 on PA.
It's like a state park with lots of space and FHU.
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Old 04-29-2015, 09:59 AM   #36165
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Today's instructional pictures are on how to properly trim, clean, and inspect a roof. (Trust me, that is not me on the roof) She has been training me for 54+ years. I think she has done a good job, and I don't care what you said.
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:00 AM   #36166
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Thank goodness they have a fence there to keep the river back.
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:06 AM   #36167
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It is so unfortunate that she never takes a picture of me working so hard to clean Citrus. I guess she just assumes you all know me so well that you understand how hard I work.
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:13 AM   #36168
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It is so unfortunate that she never takes a picture of me working so hard to clean Citrus. I guess she just assumes you all know me so well that you understand how hard I work.

I have a sense about how hard you w--k.
Did ya notice Gwen is now clean? Blue Beacon! I don't w--k. I play (an acceptable 4-letter word).
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:31 AM   #36169
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Closest Blue Beacon is 50+ miles away. Roof top cleaner lives real close to me.
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:39 AM   #36170
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Today's instructional pictures are on how to properly trim, clean, and inspect a roof. (Trust me, that is not me on the roof) She has been training me for 54+ years. I think she has done a good job, and I don't care what you said.
Ya know, one of the very first pictures I ever saw you post was with Earlene on the roof...Some things just don't change!
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Old 04-29-2015, 11:32 AM   #36172
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Dave,

Spring must come late to VA. I imagine in a week or two that rustic park will be beautiful. Great price for FHU!
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Old 04-29-2015, 11:38 AM   #36173
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It is so unfortunate that she never takes a picture of me working so hard to clean Citrus. I guess she just assumes you all know me so well that you understand how hard I work.
I'm guessing her camera's shutter speed is too slow to catch you in the act of w#~king hard. it's like some of those small towns you drive thru -- blink and you miss it.
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:05 PM   #36174
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Dave,

Spring must come late to VA. I imagine in a week or two that rustic park will be beautiful. Great price for FHU!

The dogwood and redbuds are full, and will be nearing this stage when we get to PA on Friday. Have followed Spring all the way from Yuma!
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It is so unfortunate that she never takes a picture of me working so hard to clean Citrus. I guess she just assumes you all know me so well that you understand how hard I work.

Oh. Yes... oh we do!
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I'm thinking of a new game for Bryce Canyon!
Ok it involves lawn chairs, bring your own, then we give Geocach and Romin Roman some coordinates around the campground. Now for the exercise and fun part, we all set, turn, twist about in our chairs as we watch them run about the campground finding caches!

Here is the best part, each cache can be a cooler of beverages with directions to bring said beverages back to group for scoreing! Depending on how fast they are we could be served drinks for hours!

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Or ... There could be 1 cache per player, no lawn chairs, and rules that don't allow imbibing until all players return with their cache. Then it's party on!

Somehow I think Tim's version might be more popular.
Man, guys this would not even be a competition. Depending what drink is in the cache containers, you may never see us. It could be a long wait before we are back at camp! One time we started caching at midnight and cached for 17 hours straight with a group of 5 cachers doing the ET highway in Nevada.
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