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Old 10-06-2013, 02:54 PM   #4383
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Hi Les !!! Sounds great !! if you have someplace I can stuff this 40' coach even better, or I can find someplace nearby, and then a stop at the store for Canadian Beer and Canadian Whiskey, those are always favorites. This coming June we will have to be back in Michigan for awhile cause my niece is graduating highschool and we will want to see the grandkids as well, but I know for a fact we will be seeing the Providences as soon as we are able. Cheers !!!
I have room for another 2 40's in my driveway, but you'd be on about a 12% grade LOL.

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Old 10-06-2013, 03:11 PM   #4384
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Steve glad you and Annie made it back safely. Listen to the advice on the ankle cause it works.

Dogpatch are you flat towing your F150? Ford told me I couldn't or it would destroy the tranny. Mine is an automatic.
We flat tow our 2012 f150 also. Was first year Ford came out with that option on 4x4.
RVM2. Glad you are back safe n sound and sorry rou had to park Bonita in a bad neighborhood. I can't get my cruise to work like an auto-pilot either. Maybe Dunner can ponder up a solution for us?
Stuck at PNC park for 2 days then off to Beantown. Like others said, one day closer to retirement.
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Old 10-06-2013, 03:21 PM   #4385
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With thinking like that, Wayne has to be right 50% of the time.
And the other 50% I know I'm right.

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Or it could be half full, or half empty, depending on you perspective on life.
Let's see, my math, 50% water + 50 air = 100% full. I don't think a perspective on math is needed. Now how could this be conscrued to be anything other than 100% full I must be missing some mutant item.
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Oh oh! Last evening at the rally I bid on an item. Guess what? I know own a set of rope lights. Oh! What to do!
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Steve,
Very happy to hear that you made your round trip without incident, except for the first fall of the fall.
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Old 10-06-2013, 03:29 PM   #4388
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Oh oh! Last evening at the rally I bid on an item. Guess what? I know own a set of rope lights. Oh! What to do!


!!!!! Wayne !!!!

Now what are you going to do ? Maybe you can regift them at Christmas or something. Holy Cats this is going to be a conundrum for you for sure. Hasnt your wife ever told you to keep your hand down and dont scratch your nose at an auction ?

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!!!!! Wayne !!!!

Now what are you going to do ? Maybe you can regift them at Christmas or something. Holy Cats this is going to be a conundrum for you for sure. Hasnt your wife ever told you to keep your hand down and dont scratch your nose at an auction ?

Cheers !!!
Ha ha! We had one person scratch his nose with his "number" and he bought the item.

Well, I might just try the lights and see what happens. I never missed them before and if the burn out real quick I doubt if I would ever miss them again. This was a sealed auction. You did not know what you were buying until you opened the wrapped item. (It's not my fault!!)
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Old 10-06-2013, 04:17 PM   #4390
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Oh oh! Last evening at the rally I bid on an item. Guess what? I know own a set of rope lights. Oh! What to do!
Consolation door prize at the Grand Curiosity?
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Hey Dave !!

I hope you are in great mutation fashion today, and I hope you are doing well also, your time at the folk music festival reminded me of us when we first left the S&B, we set up at the local county fairgrounds and lo and behold the first weekend there we were automatically signed up for the 42nd blue grass festival in Charlotte, we had 3 days of pickin and grinnin, it was a lot of fun especially since a lot of the pickers and grinners were parked next to and all around us, a fun time was had by all. As far as a door prize ... ... ermmmmm maybe I'll go for a Jeep ride at that particular moment of excitement.

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Hey Dave !! I hope you are in great mutation fashion today, and I hope you are doing well also, your time at the folk music festival reminded me of us when we first left the S&B, we set up at the local county fairgrounds and lo and behold the first weekend there we were automatically signed up for the 42nd blue grass festival in Charlotte, we had 3 days of pickin and grinnin, it was a lot of fun especially since a lot of the pickers and grinners were parked next to and all around us, a fun time was had by all. As far as a door prize ... ... ermmmmm maybe I'll go for a Jeep ride at that particular moment of excitement. Cheers !!!
I would try to win the rope lights so I could donate them somewhere.

Or trade for bacon!
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Possum,

Thanks for the video! I like most anything to do with trains. I currently volunteer at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City. As well as being a Tour Guide, I operate both our 1926 Edwards Motorcar (Motorcar= Self-propelled Passenger Car) and the only operating McKeen Motorcar(1910). My Screen Name indicates that although I am not a qualified Steam Engineer I have driven the museum's 1875 wood-burning locomotive, the Inyo several times. It is out each year for the 4th of July weekend.

All you RVMs are invited to PM me for a tour whenever you are in town.

I'd love to join the RVMs but one implied requirement is that I have an RV. We sold our 5er and there now is little likelyhood that we'll be able to return to the road.

I'll still keep reading this forum.
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Russ,

I think you qualify if you don't got one but miss it.

Thanks for the invite I will be sure to PM you whenever we get there.

When I was a teen I fired the consolidation that runs at the Grand Canyon Railroad. It was part of the Marquette and Huron Mountain Railway which ran out of Presque Isle Park (http://www.mqtcty.org/parks_presque_isle.html) close to Marquette MI, way back when.

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Inyo Driver is hereby an honorary mutant. One never knows when circumstances may change and the mutation to full RVM status may emerge.

Keep us apprized of train happenings in your area. Many mutants love trains and of course bacon. Stop by the rainbow anytime.
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Ha ha! We had one person scratch his nose with his "number" and he bought the item.

Well, I might just try the lights and see what happens. I never missed them before and if the burn out real quick I doubt if I would ever miss them again. This was a sealed auction. You did not know what you were buying until you opened the wrapped item. (It's not my fault!!)
Hey Wayne - always suspected you were a closet roppie. Saw your Tx Boomer post of 12 for lunch today in Johnson City. When we passed through there a few days back Ronnies Pit BBQ had a full parking lot.

Ok winery mutants - I could not count the number of wineries between Johnson City and Fredericksburg Texas. The general area has many and even a bus tour (saw the bus but have no details). The restaurants we visited all feature Texas wines. Something to file away under things to do!
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