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Old 05-09-2015, 10:02 PM   #36877
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I'm a big fan of supporting the arts. But certainly not rich.

Yea well, i think life being rich woukd be boring.......
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Old 05-09-2015, 10:08 PM   #36878
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Yea well, i think life being rich woukd be boring.......
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But IMHO - life is never boring and money has little to do with that. More money might make things easier, but also less interesting. I'm just glad to have arrived on this end of the income to years remaining curve...
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Old 05-09-2015, 10:11 PM   #36879
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Nite Di.

But IMHO - life is never boring and money has little to do with that. More more might make things easier, but also less interesting. I'm just glad to have arrived on this end of the income to years remaining curve...
But that's one of my favorite ads on TV lately, the "stupid rich" people that all drive to their private air hanger in separate cars simply to go to some "sports" game. I just find it hilarious because there are folks with just too much money and no clue what to do with it. I'm certainly not one of them
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Old 05-09-2015, 10:13 PM   #36880
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Yea well, i think life being rich woukd be boring.......
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But that's one of my favorite ads on TV lately, the "stupid rich" people that all drive to their private air hanger in separate cars simply to go to some "sports" game. I just find it hilarious because there are folks with just too much money and no clue what to do with it. I'm certainly not one of them
Yep.. cracks me up too. Lol.
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Old 05-09-2015, 10:26 PM   #36883
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Well, well, well -- it's Jay and Andrea. I thought they forgot about us.

My Shasta Cynara is a step-child clone of the Forester 2301. The only thing I would like to have different on mine is the U-shaped dinette. I wish now that mine had come with a standard booth. The U-shaped took 8" out of my wardrobe and the cushions are massive. I hated it so much that I tore it out and had a cabinetmaker build in an L shaped storage cabinet with a built in trash bin.

Go for it! You know you are itching to ride the rainbow again. And you are young enough to get it paid off before you retire.
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y/o has just won the US Gymnastics State All Around Gymnist Chamionship! She placed 1st in Floor Routine, 1st on Balance Beam, 2nd in Vault, and 4th in uneven Bars. We are just about to burst with pride at her accomplishments. This kid trains five days a week for three hours a day after school and it has paid her big dividends!

You may now return to your regularly scheduled activities while Barb and I find another place to brag.

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Dave, he's been doing that for some time now and I don't think it is the swelling of pride doing the button popping. Of course, his chest does expand when it comes down to the Grands.

Hey Herb and Barb, when you headed this way. We are planning on leaving sometime in June.
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Just looking at some pics of today. We celebrated Mothers Day today at our house. Grand son was ready to ride the bull till it charged at the dog. Lol
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Mutants far and wide, permit me to be a proud Grand Parent for just a moment. Kaylee Ann Shaw, our 15
y/o has just won the US Gymnastics State All Around Gymnist Chamionship! She placed 1st in Floor Routine, 1st on Balance Beam, 2nd in Vault, and 4th in uneven Bars. We are just about to burst with pride at her accomplishments. This kid trains five days a week for three hours a day after school and it has paid her big dividends!

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Wow! How wonderful for her. Congrats!
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Ditto on the SON'S FENCE!! Must be all them "loggers" are out in AZ cuttin' cacti!

On a more serious note: Rapid City, SD 8" SNOW!! Be careful headin' west.

Congrats to your grand daughter Herb. My daughter did gymnastics from age 4 through age 22, with 4 years at UWO, Div 3 National Champs many times. She will need to continue that dedication to every day a week workouts if she want to be considered for scholarships.
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Howdy Y'all,

I'll be leaving Oklahoma City on Monday headed west. So far my first planned destination Palo Duro Canyon in Texas, then Navajo Bridges on the Utah/Arizona border, but I'm looking for ideas from all you seasoned RVers. Eventually we'll probably go back to Zion and Bryce National Parks and then on to Idaho before landing in Seattle for the summer.

I rarely stay in campgrounds, preferring to boondock when the daytime temperatures aren't sweltering hot. What should we stop to see and do along the way? Detours of a reasonable distance will be evaluated for their WOW! factor. Mini-Cs also welcome.
Barb, do you know your exact dates to be at Palo Duro? (PM me if you don't want the world to know.)
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Ditto on the SON'S FENCE!! Must be all them "loggers" are out in AZ cuttin' cacti!

On a more serious note: Rapid City, SD 8" SNOW!! Be careful headin' west.

Congrats to your grand daughter Herb. My daughter did gymnastics from age 4 through age 22, with 4 years at UWO, Div 3 National Champs many times. She will need to continue that dedication to every day a week workouts if she want to be considered for scholarships.

Oh My, wasn't it 2 years ago they had a late snow that was really heavy and lost a boatload of cattle? edit... on second thought, that was north dakota I believe....
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Oh My, wasn't it 2 years ago they had a late snow that was really heavy and lost a boatload of cattle? edit... on second thought, that was north dakota I believe....
I think you're right Marty. Not sure if this will be as bad. Rapid City is noted for temp and weather extremes. But any areas west of the low pressure centered over Kansas have snow predicted. East has sever storms. Spring in the Midwest.
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