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Old 09-01-2015, 10:23 PM   #43443
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Mel, They may hold Bow hostage awaiting the customary doughnuts and coffee ransom. I am so happy for you that this episode is working out for the better. You deserve a good outcome.
Thanks, Dennis. It's a great outcome and we're very grateful! Ya know, as long as they give Bow back to us with all her innards unclogged and in good working order, I'll give 'em enough donuts to clog up their innards for days. .... Wait ... hold on .... I wonder how they'd feel about jellied eel?

We are soooo eager to get Bow back. Freightliner has had her since AUGUST 10! Unfortunately, last weekend we had to let our Palo Duro Canyon reservations go since Bow was still in prison at Freightliner. Kate had last weekend off. And the weekend before that, I had to bail out on the outing to Lake Alan Henry with the girls from work.

Now we're getting Bow back and Kate has to work this weekend. So, we're just going to take her out to an RV park not too far from home for a shake-down. Kate can commute. It's only 3 weeks til my surgery, so not much time left to enjoy the coach for the near future. Heck, we'll "camp" in my brother's driveway a mile from our house if we have to!
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:33 PM   #43444
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Thanks, Dennis. It's a great outcome and we're very grateful! Ya know, as long as they give Bow back to us with all her innards unclogged and in good working order, I'll give 'em enough donuts to clog up their innards for days. .... Wait ... hold on .... I wonder how they'd feel about jellied eel?

We are soooo eager to get Bow back. Freightliner has had her since AUGUST 10! Unfortunately, last weekend we had to let our Palo Duro Canyon reservations go since Bow was still in prison at Freightliner. Kate had last weekend off. And the weekend before that, I had to bail out on the outing to Lake Alan Henry with the girls from work.

Now we're getting Bow back and Kate has to work this weekend. So, we're just going to take her out to an RV park not too far from home for a shake-down. Kate can commute. It's only 3 weeks til my surgery, so not much time left to enjoy the coach for the near future. Heck, we'll "camp" in my brother's driveway a mile from our house if we have to!
That's the mutant spirit!
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:35 PM   #43445
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:38 PM   #43446
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I never do a body count, just want to know how many can still dance.
Some of us might be able but won't...Would take more than 1 adult beverage to convince my partner to dance... and he never has more than one if ya didn't notice.
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:41 PM   #43448
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Tim, you are so correct. It is nice sometime to complement someone, so let me try.

For a fat man, you don't sweat to much.

How's that.

Exactly!

A little bearazzed there, could be me.

There is just so much to be picked on. Piled high and deep.
Wayne, we think you are so talented .... and a great word-smith, not to mention wise and insightful.

(Earlene, is it difficult to live in the same house with such greatness?)
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:52 PM   #43449
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Wayne, we think you are so talented .... and a great word-smith, not to mention wise and insightful.

(Earlene, is it difficult to live in the same house with such greatness?)
Please... oh please - don't encourage him...

I do think the Pacific air has had a positive influence on him.
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Today's ponder.....

Who in heck does a 4 inch across wolf spider get through all the plumbing from outside adn manage to find the bathtub. Why can't a wolf spider get out of the bathtub if it can navigate all the way from the grey water tank (beside the septic tank) up into the bathtub.

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Today's ponder.....

Who in heck does a 4 inch across wolf spider get through all the plumbing from outside adn manage to find the bathtub. Why can't a wolf spider get out of the bathtub if it can navigate all the way from the grey water tank (beside the septic tank) up into the bathtub.

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Bleh!!!!!!!!
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Today's ponder.....

Who in heck does a 4 inch across wolf spider get through all the plumbing from outside adn manage to find the bathtub. Why can't a wolf spider get out of the bathtub if it can navigate all the way from the grey water tank (beside the septic tank) up into the bathtub.

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Silly boy!
It came in via another easy access, like basement or slide. It was looking to snarf your bacon!
See how easy that was?
Call me if you need more help.
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It probably picked the front door lock and walked in that way. That's the way Santa Claus does it. He really doesn't climb down the chimney.
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Ok counting the coaches
Row 1 Don, Ed, Tim, Jeff, Marty. 4
Row 2 Papa Steve, Richard, Steve. 3
Row 3 Deb, Dave. 2
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Total. 10
Dear Santa,

Pulease get Little (?) Timmy a calculator for his special gift this Christmas.

Thankin' you in advance for your'n cooperation in this matter.
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Did you two really just play the card???
Why yes. Yes, we did. It was to keep from checking Tim's calculation on the rig count.
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Ok counting the coaches
Row 1 Don, Ed, Tim, Jeff, Marty. 4
Row 2 Papa Steve, Richard, Steve. 3
Row 3 Deb, Dave. 2
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Pulease get Little (?) Timmy a calculator for his special gift this Christmas.

Thankin' you in advance for your'n cooperation in this matter.
Tim, you forgot our short term boondocker so that makes 10 rigs. Plus we had some newbies join while camping and that makes 11.
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