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Old 06-25-2015, 09:27 AM   #39565
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Camp was good. not as much fun as being out camping because it was a lot of work.... but worth it to give the girls a good nurturing enviornment where they can learn stuff like shooting 22cal rifles, archery, canoeing, campcrafting skills and leadership skills. The younger ones can learn air rifles, pocket knife care, nature classes,hiking, how to build fires, swimming, drama, newspaper, drawing/sketching, beginner horsemanship,and crafts. ( Plus whatever other talents the volunteer leaders have skills to teach...) It's busy. But I loved it as a child so I keep trying to give back. Getting pretty old and there are new ones graduating from the leadership class every year, so hopefully I can retire sometime soon....all the staff/counselors are volunteers.


on the other hand... my tomato and pepper plants survived my absence and it is now time to plant stuff for fall harvesting. I never got the green beans planted... so I'll go for a late crop of those too. it was much too wet a spring to get much in and I mudded the peppers and tomato plants in out of desperation.... don't think there will be any 4th of July tomatoes this year. I think I should go back to my raised bed system.... it drains more quickly so spring isn't so problematic to get things in the ground. ( still have a great crop of weeds though... although, we are making progress at eliminating them....)
Good to have ya back. It's been fairly quiet here, and yet we still managed to fool, I mean trick, I mean entice 3 new mutants while you were giving back.
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:32 AM   #39566
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Hey what kind of cheap camera is that anyway? Your thumb is out of focus!

Tis merely the RVM Fickle Finger of Fate showing that it is still in charge of RVM Special Effects Temps.
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:41 AM   #39567
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Yep it's the pills if I miss one I don't leave the camper.

It's the pills but they make me feel better most days.
Lucky for us on both counts.

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Hey what kind of cheap camera is that anyway? Your thumb is out of focus!
ROFL
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:42 AM   #39568
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Hey what kind of cheap camera is that anyway? Your thumb is out of focus!
The sun is barely able to make it through the haze and cliuds this morning. But I do like the light colors on mhs.

Everyone's a critic...lol.
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Hi Sue... Hi Martin! Recognize anything in this pic..
What's this thing do?
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Be thankful, the grand poohbah has really ugly thumbs.
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What's this thing do?
It sits on the Round Tuit Sue made and gave us....
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Hey, found this picture of our first camper in 1974. It is a 1972 Chevy Sportsvan equipped by Travco. Sometimes I wish we still had it. Citrus is still in the shop.
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Hey, found this picture of our first camper in 1974. It is a 1972 Chevy Sportsvan equipped by Travco. Sometimes I wish we still had it. Citrus is still in the shop.

SIGH! Hope they aren't charging you storage fees.
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SIGH! Hope they aren't charging you storage fees.
No, they are not, but I have to keep up my storage fees at the facility where I do store it or I would not have a place to store it when needed. Storage facilities around here are full-up and make a killing.

You build it, they will come. Sort of like RV Parks.
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Sue... when next we meet I need you to authenticate our salt lamp. Thanks!

The pic looks right. 😎 Keep me posted!
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Hey CampDaven & flaggship1,
I have been perusing this thread a while ...
We don't have an oven, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fireplace, etc ...
But, what we do have is just enough to make us happy to be new owners of a new RV!
I/we would be honered to be RVM118!
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Howdy sikorge!
You have told us what your RV does not have and does not need.
With one declaration your dues will be paid for life.
Tell us that:
"The Journey is My Destination"
Then you will be RVM118.
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As Dave and Di mentioned, declaring the Journey is the Destination is the final step in your journey to mutation. Let's hear about it and some background. We mutants love background.
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sikorge ever come back and declare the journey as the destination?? I see the RVM 118 in the signature. Would love to welcome them if'n it's official.
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It's our 33 rd Wedding Anniversary . Jeez! Time Flys bye. Going out for a fine Italian dinner tonight, and hitting the trail tomorrow for Oregon,Idaho,and Montana.

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It's our 33 rd Wedding Anniversary . Jeez! Time Flys bye. Going out for a fine Italian dinner tonight, and hitting the trail tomorrow for Oregon,Idaho,and Montana.

Tom & Kim

Well turnabout is fair, so Happy Anniversary to you two! Keep workin at the Journey and it will be 34 afore ya know it.
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