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Old 06-25-2015, 08:18 PM   #39607
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Had to post these great pictures of Miya. We had her groomed today and she has her little bows in. She get's her looks from her daddy. (I'm her daddy!)
Such a pretty girl.
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Old 06-25-2015, 08:20 PM   #39608
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Yes it's a hoax.
So stupid.
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:12 PM   #39609
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Look I know what I saw! Willie was on Jimmy Fallon just a few weeks ago and he Looked Dead! You can't argue with that!
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:42 PM   #39610
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Look I know what I saw! Willie was on Jimmy Fallon just a few weeks ago and he Looked Dead! You can't argue with that!
Come on, he looks more alive than Keith Richards!
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Old 06-25-2015, 09:46 PM   #39611
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This is the project of the next couple days. Today started fast welded step frame rails made a battery box repaired water pump replaced 2 side markers put 2 fantastic fans in. Took the two front windows out to start fixing the delamination. Step one done. Tomorrow I'll replace the manifolds on the engine. Install new washer dryer. And tub faucet. And out side shower. Oh and build closet bigger for said washer. Then Friday paint. And finish delamination repair. Very busy guy. I'm so dam tired. Good night rvm world.

Whew! I'm worn out just reading about all that! You're amazing!
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Hi Sue... Hi Martin! Recognize anything in this pic..

Sure looks familiar. Any change yet?

Wonder how many eons it takes before all the ions have flown off and left nothing but the base. 😁
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R U an RV Mutant too?

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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....)

Hiya, Marty! Welcome back.

I'm with you on the weeds! The garden isn't even all in and I'm up to the eyeballs. I'm such a wuss, I don't work in the hottest sun, don't work out in the rain, can't even start the little tiller. Now the weed eater is another story. That I can do...if it's dry enough. Fat chance! 😱

Good luck!
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What's this thing do?

Aside from the pretty orange light, you mean? It helps alleviate allergy symptoms by getting allergens out of the air. It works for me.
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Hi Sue... Hi Martin! Recognize anything in this pic..

Bummer! The pic won't open for me now, so I can't verify the Round Tuit. I'll hafta take your word for it! 😒
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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

ConDratulations! Hope your day was special and dinner luscious. The rainbow awaits!
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Had to post these great pictures of Miya. We had her groomed today and she has her little bows in. She get's her looks from her daddy. (I'm her daddy!)

Awww! What a sweetheart! (No, not you, Wayne! Earlene would kill me!)
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Not touching that...
Why not, I left it wide open for anyone, even you.
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Congrats Tom and Kim... it's hard work staying married for that many years!
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Come on, he looks more alive than Keith Richards!
Dinosaurs are more alive looking than Keith Richards

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Aside from the pretty orange light, you mean? It helps alleviate allergy symptoms by getting allergens out of the air. It works for me.
Cool, must be a long term thing,

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Congrats Tom and Kim... it's hard work staying married for that many years!
Ain't that the truth? I can't make it past noon most days.
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