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Old 06-05-2015, 11:01 PM   #38557
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I can honestly say we are almost ready to leave the PNW with the RV and things.

Just finished getting all of these things done and just have the rebuilt alternator that Hunter needs to install tomorrow.

Aqua Hot Service

Replaced the HD antenna

Replaced the Anemometer as it came with one of the cups broken off

Fuel Filter was replaced

We had an Aero Muffler and Exhaust system installed

High Flow Air Filter

Custom ECM Programming as well

New Alternator Belt and Tensioner

Hand Washed and Waxed as well

Oh and we are waiting on our new triple satellite on a tri pod for our Dish service.


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Old 06-05-2015, 11:06 PM   #38559
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I knew I could get a rise outta the GPotentate, Sarah!

I see the the GPoobah is lettin' him down easy. Coleen however has picked up on the debate and my money is on his roundness chiming in too!
I have learned that you never argue with and Android user. They will beat you down to their level and then beat you with experience.

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Wayne and two gallons...
Ever see a military helmet. For a long time my daily shave and bath was with one of those half filled with water. So, 2 gallons may be a tad to much.

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Old 06-05-2015, 11:21 PM   #38561
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It happened. Mini-C with Jeannie and Dave. Bob and Stephanie could not make it today. Stephanie had her eye surgery.

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(And a great time.)
10 REASONS WHY WE LOVE VISITING THE MINERS!

1. They eat at the best places and have really cool electronics.

2. Their canine companion Miya is entertaining, and despite what you may have otherwise heard, she is the true ruler of the abode. This is as it should be.

3. There is fun artwork on the walls, include an original "DI", one of the pretty pepper ones.

4. And since I carried out the dirty old printer, there is not a speck of dust in that house.

5. Wayne has a real family, (both ancestors and descendants) as substantiated by the photographs placed strategically around their home. This is proof positive that he was birthed and not hatched, thus relieving a fear shared by many of us mutants.

6. Earlene's berry cobbler-like stuff? I wish I could spell scrumptious! I haven't done my oral hygiene so the flavorful blackberry seeds that are caught in my teeth do not become dislodged.

7. The tree in their backyard took my breath away. My chin dropped and I just stood there, awe stricken. "Wow".

8. There's vodka in their orange juice. Wayne calls it a smoothee, but I called it "yummy" before my words began to slur ... then it was more like "yoooomeeee", burp. "gimmemour".

9. Earlene's car (see photo below): That IS the BEST ride in America. It's like sitting in your living room and watching street signs go by.

10. Galveston Bay's sunset? Only a picture will do that justice.

Anyway, they said to come back soon, so Dave and I are planning to go see them again tomorrow ... and the next day ... and the next day ...
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I spoke to Bob (Teffy) a while ago and he said Stephanie is doing very well from the surgery. He is hopeful that the other eye will be done next Thursday. They will be really glad to get this behind them so we can get some fun in this summer.
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Old 06-06-2015, 12:21 AM   #38564
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Isn't it the gluten that allows the dough to stretch and make air pockets the reason yeast rolls rise? I'm thinking that without gluten you get rocks, not rolls.

The gluten is part of that process but there has to be a way to make eatable gf rolls and pasta.....I just need to research more and try to figure it out.


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Sounds like you're ready to roll! C'mon down, Colleen & Hunter. Travel safely, y'all.

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Nice looking boys! We have a boxer and she loves to travel.


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Fee Fee LaRue, the Fortune Teller, says Wayne paid Jeanie to write that Top Ten List. But when I got to thinking about - a good part of the list was Miya, Earlene, Earlene's Car, Food, Galveston... Hmm...
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Old 06-06-2015, 12:38 AM   #38569
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I spoke to Bob (Teffy) a while ago and he said Stephanie is doing very well from the surgery. He is hopeful that the other eye will be done next Thursday. They will be really glad to get this behind them so we can get some fun in this summer.
Thanks for the update on Stephanie; glad to hear she is recovering.

Loved the Top 10 List and pictures--and it's nice to see you posting, little lady.
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Thanks for the update on Stephanie; glad to hear she is recovering.

Loved the Top 10 List and pictures--and it's nice to see you posting, little lady.

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