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Old 05-16-2015, 09:49 AM   #37269
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The Fly Ball Dogs here in Amana are barking up a storm... but the rain is holding off.. overcast, breezy and cool.

So here's another version of Thunder struck with Fly Ball dogs in case ya don't know what it is...

https://youtu.be/s7f5fDrejp0
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Old 05-16-2015, 09:50 AM   #37270
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So I was too busy to get pics of my own...but I can share a selfie the bride and groom took last night...
A very nice looking couple. Congratulations to them!
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:01 AM   #37271
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The Fly Ball Dogs here in Amana are barking up a storm... but the rain is holding off.. overcast, breezy and cool.

So here's another version of Thunder struck with Fly Ball dogs in case ya don't know what it is...

https://youtu.be/s7f5fDrejp0
Never heard of this before now. That was a cool video to watch.
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:25 AM   #37272
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So, they were in their own little world... but I figured out how to upload from my phone to youtube... so here is the wedding dance for those who scorn Facebook....
https://youtu.be/15OpQa22f5w
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OK, here is one I snuck of Mark in the morning of wedding finishing up a project his soon to be mother in law had him working on.... you have to turn the volume on because that is the funny part... I think he was quite happy!
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Old 05-16-2015, 10:56 AM   #37274
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We are getting it repaired at Mt. Comfort RV just 5miles or so east of Indianapolis. That is where we purchased our MH in 2010.

Their new service manager has 25 years of experience in RV repair and seems to be very accustomed to "jumping thru the insurance hoops" for estimates and supplemental estimates (if hidden damage is found).

They have always treated us well. The ONLY negative is not having enough people so when they have several new sold units to prep, they sometimes schedule you behind those units. Nothing out of line but frustrating just the same.

Thanks Steve for your reply. I might give them a call. We may, however, decide to trek over to Thor after all as the kitchen slide is beginning to have issues again and I am expecting them to ultimately get it right.
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Thanks Marty, I don`t scorn it, I just don`t use it. That looks like me 55 years ago minus Spook the wander dog. Hope yall are keeping dry, we are having one day in a row of no rain here.
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Glenn and Carol - AKA 8100GVW, WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME!!!!!

This august group will be meeting as an August Group in Bryce Canyon Utah. It would be immeasurably more fun if y'all could join Usins for the fun and merriment. There's abgout 112 Mutants on the list ahead of you that you should be weary of so be forewarned.

Enjoy the ride as it is mostly fun to hilarious depending iff'n you are the picker or the pickee.
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Welcome RVM 113 aka Glen & Carol! Glad to have you join us. Hope you can get Bryce Canyon UT on your horizon for Aug 15-23rd at Ruby's Inn RV Park & Campground.

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We have been considering a trip for late summer, from Michigan out to Seattle (where my son, his wife, and our grandson live), and from there down through the SouthWest and back to either Michigan or Florida. Bryce Canyon is one of our favorite parks. The sky there on a moonless night is just incredible. Whether we can join you or not, I don't know right now, but I am sure you will enjoy being there.


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My DH & I are in north central Idaho so if you ever get our way, let us know. The broom & dust pan should be coming your way soon as all newbies get clean up duty!

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Thanks for the invitation! We have been through Idaho on US2, I-90, and I-84, so we have probably missed your area so far. Idaho is certainly a beautiful state. I'm kind of concerned now about broom & dust pan duty, though!

Dwayne, that Firebird looks like a good project. Wish we had cars that rust-free up here.

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Something For Bob...

Marty,

Did you get bob to check this out??

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I just know someone at Bryce canyon is going to want to have one of these to play with; besides me that is.

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BTW nice wedding shots and your son looked happy enough the morning before. Congratulations all around...
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Thanks everyone for the warm welcome.

Thanks for the invitation! We have been through Idaho on US2, I-90, and I-84, so we have probably missed your area so far. Idaho is certainly a beautiful state. I'm kind of concerned now about broom & dust pan duty, though!

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I did the three routes also but many years passed between each trip. There were places along US-2 that had such unbelievably beautiful scenery. This time round we will be looking to photograph even more of the state.
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I did the three routes also but many years passed between each trip. There were places along US-2 that had such unbelievably beautiful scenery. This time round we will be looking to photograph even more of the state.
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I did the three routes also but many years passed between each trip. There were places along US-2 that had such unbelievably beautiful scenery. This time round we will be looking to photograph even more of the state.
The western segment of US-2, from St. Ignace, Michigan, to Everett, Washington, is a really great road for an RV trip. Other than some rough roads in Minnesota, and congestion around Williston, North Dakota, it is all great traveling. No big cities to deal with, mostly well maintained roadway, regular services, and great scenery! A side trip through Medora and the National Grasslands is a good way to avoid Williston.
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When I made the first westward trek Williston consisted of a general store, a bar, a gas station and a post office with a scattering of homes. I hear it has changed a tad.
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