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Old 06-15-2015, 01:37 PM   #39089
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While in John Day, Oregon this last weekend, my DH took a pic of this western looking dude and for some reason, he reminds me of someone on this thread. Now, remember, I've only met one of you guys in real life, so am I mistaken or does this remind you of someone too? Just a thought!



I think this guy is ready for Bryce. What do you think?
Deb, I resemble that remark. More than one of us could be the product model for that statue. Large size usually equals extra cost and that is why I am begging out of the "Bryce dude dress-up like a cowboy night". I know that Goodwill Stores do exist but have you seen anyd size 58 or 4x cowboy chaps, holsters, shirts, or vests? I looked on line and the cost of one night's dress up is mortifying.

I could dress up as Bernie as in "Weekend at Bernie's". I could just sit there motionless and appear mortified at my surroundings. Some of my fellow mutants would appear "mortifying" in chaps and vests. LOL

As for trail rides in Bryce, the trail horse union has certain by-laws that prohibit my participation. Their health insurance will not cover such a level of risk. And that's all I have to say about that.
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Barb, thanx for the message to Mary Ann's e-mail. Our appearance in Seattle will be about 4 days after we depart from Bryce Canyon. Our original plans were to follow the leaders to McCall, but will be unable to make that happen.

Thanx for the info on the anti-tipper. Let me know when you've stripped Smarty of her contents. Shouldn't take more than 2 - 3 weeks? Dwayne's rebuild of the 67 Firebird may be easier to complete. LOL It's the stowing compartment for all things that Sena should not touch/destroy. I wish you luck in your quest. Maybe you'll find a few forgotten 50's or 100's.
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Deb, I resemble that remark. More than one of us could be the product model for that statue. Large size usually equals extra cost and that is why I am begging out of the "Bryce dude dress-up like a cowboy night". I know that Goodwill Stores do exist but have you seen anyd size 58 or 4x cowboy chaps, holsters, shirts, or vests? I looked on line and the cost of one night's dress up is mortifying.

I could dress up as Bernie as in "Weekend at Bernie's". I could just sit there motionless and appear mortified at my surroundings. Some of my fellow mutants would appear "mortifying" in chaps and vests. LOL

As for trail rides in Bryce, the trail horse union has certain by-laws that prohibit my participation. Their health insurance will not cover such a level of risk. And that's all I have to say about that.
Sorry. My post was not intended to hurt anyone. I think the guy is adorable and just wanted to share. BTW, I've lived in the west my whole life minus one school year in MO. The two of us will probably come as we are with a cowboy hat. You won't be alone in not dressing the part.
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Sorry. My post was not intended to hurt anyone. I think the guy is adorable and just wanted to share. BTW, I've lived in the west my whole life minus one school year in MO. The two of us will probably come as we are with a cowboy hat. You won't be alone in not dressing the part.
Ditto that. We haven't decided whether we will go to Bryce, but the most "cowboy" dressing we will do is Dallas Cowboy's t-shirts.

Maybe I could glue some fringe onto my kimono and wear an Indian headband with a feather.
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Sorry. My post was not intended to hurt anyone. I think the guy is adorable and just wanted to share. BTW, I've lived in the west my whole life minus one school year in MO. The two of us will probably come as we are with a cowboy hat. You won't be alone in not dressing the part.
Deb, when you meet me in Bryce you will learn that I have an unusual sense of humor. I was trying to make a funny. Half of our humor here on "R U a Mutant Too" is totally tongue-in-cheek and/or self-engrandizing. Believing that you offended a fellow mutant based on what their response is to a post just shows how new you are to mutantdom. We have skin as thick as a battleship's hull and write things on this thread expecting to be teased, taunted, and belittled (in a good way). You'll learn that the banter is taken as banter (unless you say something negative about my charming personality).
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Ditto that. We haven't decided whether we will go to Bryce, but the most "cowboy" dressing we will do is Dallas Cowboy's t-shirts.



Maybe I could glue some fringe onto my kimono and wear an Indian headband with a feather.

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I think I'm losing it or maybe lost it, and hope it's not dejavue. Had a nightmare - can't call it a dream... that my sewer hose came off the coach end while dumping. Geesh. I'm sure it's worse in real time, but it was pretty bad as it was...
When we had a 5th wheel the sewer connection was just under the slideout. I was setting up and as scheduled Earlene put the slides out then came outside. My back was hurting and I asked if she would attach the sewer hose for me. She asked, "I'm not going to get anything on me, am I?" and of course I knew that there was nothing to worry about, just take the cap off the sewer connection and attach the sewer hose. She took the cap off. Darn, I had forgotten to close the "GRAY" water valve. Swoosh! She will not even get close to a sewer connection now.

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While in John Day, Oregon this last weekend, my DH took a pic of this western looking dude and for some reason, he reminds me of someone on this thread. Now, remember, I've only met one of you guys in real life, so am I mistaken or does this remind you of someone too? Just a thought!



I think this guy is ready for Bryce. What do you think?
Now I take offense at you talking about Steve or Steve regarding their size. I can't believe you would stoop that low to post a resemblance of either of them.

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Around 2 p.m. today we took this picture at the first boat launch and piers on the Texas City Dike.
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Deb, when you meet me in Bryce you will learn that I have an unusual sense of humor. I was trying to make a funny. Half of our humor here on "R U a Mutant Too" is totally tongue-in-cheek and/or self-engrandizing. Believing that you offended a fellow mutant based on what their response is to a post just shows how new you are to mutantdom. We have skin as thick as a battleship's hull and write things on this thread expecting to be teased, taunted, and belittled (in a good way). You'll learn that the banter is taken as banter (unless you say something negative about my charming personality).

Is this a new DIET fad.... How to get BELITTLED...... wish i could just wish the extra lbs away......
Deb.... I am sure no one took offense. He was kinda cute... Does he bobble?
Could have been a weeble, ifn he didnt have feet.... That is me.. I tend to weeble...



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Around 2 p.m. today we took this picture at the first boat launch and piers on the Texas City Dike.
Neat, looks pretty easy to launch a boat with the water table so high up like that
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Cowboy Slim checking in. Don't understand the concept of a "Cowboy Outfit". Don't everyone have boots, bandanas, tight jeans and plaid shirts? Well partner, that's how Slim Tim saddles up every day, except when in flip flops!

Be looking forward to staring that hethern Bad Dave straight in the eye before I wet him down. Bad Dave, you've been called out, High Noon!
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Early yet to be planning much but working on a Dutch Oven Chilling Pie for one of the Bryce Canyons pot lucks. It'll only serve 7 or 8 so we'll need others to add on. Or we can eat out each night, matters not to me!
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Cowboy Slim checking in. Don't understand the concept of a "Cowboy Outfit". Don't everyone have boots, bandanas, tight jeans and plaid shirts? Well partner, that's how Slim Tim saddles up every day, except when in flip flops!

Be looking forward to staring that hethern Bad Dave straight in the eye before I wet him down. Bad Dave, you've been called out, High Noon!

Wal ah don't know bout dat Slim. And if you is Cowboy Slim (wut is dat "Slim" stuff?) ah is Dead Ah Dave.
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