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Old 08-23-2015, 12:45 PM   #42771
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What are the black things on the plate. Looks like a Springer Spaniel deposit. LOL
Nah, that would be a little small for them. Now that you mention it though, I don't know how 50 lb dogs can make such large poops?
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Old 08-23-2015, 12:50 PM   #42772
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Why are all of your photos not viewable? All I'm getting (on the iPad) are icons indicating a corrupted file or link. Problem on your end, or (highly possible) my end?

I did see the photo of your green bean pot but it was when MPH quoted it.

I do t get Steves... Maybe its cause he is androiding them..... Get fruit ones just fine...



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Old 08-23-2015, 01:01 PM   #42773
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Greetings from Park City, UT! We're Windsor1 on irv2. Cheers! Dean (NOT Mike) & Susan
Windsor1 aka RVM122 aka Dean and Susan - - -

Happy to see that you remembered your "nametag" for iRV2. Now . . . . if you become a financial supporter of iRV2, you can expand upon your avatar and signature. Other mutants can give you more details than I. I think it's $15 a year and you can make it an automatic deduction from an account (if memory serves me properly).

It was great to meet you two. Travel safe. Enjoy your ride on the rainbow. Can you say "no more W&@k" for these mutants?
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:13 PM   #42774
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Why are all of your photos not viewable? All I'm getting (on the iPad) are icons indicating a corrupted file or link. Problem on your end, or (highly possible) my end?

I did see the photo of your green bean pot but it was when MPH quoted it.
Are you using the full site or the irv2 app on your iPad? I use the full site and see all of the pics except when Steve forgot to attach it. I only use the app when I want to post a pic. I don't like the way the app leaves out too much.

BTW I think that chair may belong to Papaw Steve if it hasn't already been claimed. I remember it from GC1.2.
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:13 PM   #42775
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Who's the Walrus?
Oh just kidding, miss you two!
Sir, that is a sleek seal, not a walrus. Sheesh!

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Wayne looks like the air is clear there. Unfortunately while we are right above the Columbia River and Mt Hood is right in front of us, the smoke is sooooo bad today we can't see a qtr. mile and it is hard to breath so no pics here. We are heading to the coastline tomorrow where we can breath and moving South to Coos Bay. Hopefully it will get better.

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Happy to hear you are headed toward the coast. Stay on it as long as you can. You will want to return year after year just to stay comfortable. Klamath, CA is about 150 miles south of there on the coast. It is (was at least) a Passport America CG. Good for a night or several nights. The last pull through spot in as you are going into the CG is the cats meow, right on the mouth of the Klamath River and what a view.

I looked at the map when we were traveling and the exit/entrance to Hwy 1 at Leggit did not look good. Looked like some hairpin turns on the 1 so we stayed on the 101. Once you pass Eureka the night price of CG's goes up double, and you have to pay for the extra "heat."

Depending on your schedule you could make Santa Rosa, CA and then on to Bakersfield, then link up with us - but hurry. Hee hee.


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Martin this brings up a whole different ponder. Now if this had been Steve, Jeff, Ed, Dave, Don, Wayne, Herb or most any other mutant that ask a question concerning something they were doing, and was it stable, I would be quick to point out how unstable they are in there daily life! But Martin I find it difficult to rag you concerning your state of stability so I just took the problem outside to do a test. First a tied a rope to the back of my bicycle and rode really fast pulling the rope, worked great! Next I tied the rope to the front of the bicycle and proceeded to push the rope really fast!

Do you know how fast rope coils up around a bicycle peddle? I'm sure the bandages will be off my knees and elbows soon. Short answer is avoid this situation. I hope I've shead some light on this situation. Your welcome
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Sue I need at least one friendly face at a GC!
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:18 PM   #42776
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CO problem

Sarah - - - - when we owned our 5th wheel we had a CO detector that was unbelievably sensitive. When Mary Ann sprayed hair spray in the 5er from a can than had propellant in it, it set off the alarm every time.

BTW and to change the subject - - our smoke alarm is sensitive. Window and door open and fantastic fan running and the alarm goes off about the time the bacon is done. Can we desensitize the alarm? We pull the battery until after breakfast.
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:35 PM   #42777
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Sarah,
Here is a video on the Gen-Turi installation. The longest part of the installation will be slipping on and anchoring the tube extension, then sticking the anchors to the side of the MH. Nice thing is they are stick on and can come of latter on using goo-b-gone. Once those are done it probably takes less than a minute to put the tubes toghether and slip it on.

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Are you using the full site or the irv2 app on your iPad? I use the full site and see all of the pics except when Steve forgot to attach it. I only use the app when I want to post a pic. I don't like the way the app leaves out too much.

App on iPad. I don't get to view my "campfire thingies", or probably other features. One thing about the app that I like is the clean simplicity. If I need to do any fancy fussing with my settings, of course I have to go with the full web site on a laptop or desktop.

Maybe Steve will eventually enter all the photos on the Mutant web site. OK, he might order the temps to do it.
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:51 PM   #42779
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In the road again. Trailing behind Dave & Nola and Tim &Mary. Wonder if they know we're back here?


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It sure is sad to see good friends and Mutants leave your presence. Have a safe trip Tim & Mary, Don & Colleen, Dave & Nola and Marty & Bob

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Old 08-23-2015, 01:55 PM   #42781
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App on iPad. I don't get to view my "campfire thingies", or probably other features. One thing about the app that I like is the clean simplicity. If I need to do any fancy fussing with my settings, of course I have to go with the full web site on a laptop or desktop.

Maybe Steve will eventually enter all the photos on the Mutant web site. OK, he might order the temps to do it.
And the really funny thing is... I can see them all...
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Sarah - - - - when we owned our 5th wheel we had a CO detector that was unbelievably sensitive. When Mary Ann sprayed hair spray in the 5er from a can than had propellant in it, it set off the alarm every time.

BTW and to change the subject - - our smoke alarm is sensitive. Window and door open and fantastic fan running and the alarm goes off about the time the bacon is done. Can we desensitize the alarm? We pull the battery until after breakfast.

My wife uses the smoke detector as a cooking timer.
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Old 08-23-2015, 02:08 PM   #42783
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It sure is sad to see good friends and Mutants leave your presence. Have a safe trip Tim & Mary, Don & Colleen, Dave & Nola and Marty & Bob

Cheers !!!
Yea, that's the worse part about a GC, it ends and folks return to wherever.

Is anyone still traveling along with others? Or is it a mass parting of mutants to all paths the rainbow projects itself?
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