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Old 09-12-2015, 09:28 PM   #44199
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What a nice thing to think about while you recover! Mary got her knee replaced seven years ago, and her quality of life skyrocketed. Her mobility issues really limited our traveling, but now she walks five miles a day.

We have three rescue pups, including a beautiful Dalmatian breeder reject. I've wanted a Boston for many years, and we figure this is our last puppy. We're trying to savor every tongue washing, wiggle and puppy breath. It passes so quickly.
Oh, yes, cherish every moment! It does go so quickly. There's just nothing like a puppy to bring joy into your life. They can't help it. They ooze joy and unconditional love. Ellie is so lucky to have to mommies who return her unconditional love.
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:32 PM   #44200
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Thanks Mel.
My Momma always said I see things well....but differently.
How Mutant!
Oh yeah! You are, after all, the original Mutant.
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:38 PM   #44201
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Thank you for the sun screen reminder. Mary got a bad sunburn last year. We got a stroller and battery operated fan for Miss Ellie to keep her cool and out of the sun.

Please do make it out here - Virginia would be a great place for a curiosity!

Yes, still baking and schooling. Almost finished with the schooling. Dissertation and defense, then cap and gown. I'm too old for this!
Kate said to just go in to your defense and say, "Really?"

Woot, woot!!
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:44 PM   #44202
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I see a new name in the list of folks on the forum. Lostlamb, jump in! This is a great group. We have a couple of other members from BC.
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:12 PM   #44203
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Man oh man! What a blast y'all are gonna have! Makes me miss my bike so much. 😩 Sold it last year due to these crap knees of mine. But with new knees, who knows ...... 😎
They make some really cool trikes....just saying...and they trailer very well....
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Old 09-12-2015, 10:23 PM   #44204
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Kate said to just go in to your defense and say, "Really?"

Woot, woot!!

For sure. You have to smack down the panel right away. Show 'em who is in control. How about "Now that's the stupidest question I ever heard" ? LOL

I didn't really say that, but sure felt like it.
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They make some really cool trikes....just saying...and they trailer very well....

Yes ... light weight, and fuel efficient too.

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LMAO...!!! No Coach battery?
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Ahh yes, the back support looks really nice n comfy too! LOL!
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Oh yeah. Green River is a layover town just off 70. It's been through some difficult times from the looks of things in town. Lots of closed business and even the State liquor store is closed down. Door is wide open and the place is empty. On our way through town yesterday we saw a guy in the Watermelon field. His pickup bed so full of mellons I'm not sure how he got the thing to roll. Cantelopues are 3 for a dollar and melon stands are everywhere.

We will be motoring east today into Colorado. Wineries and peach trees are next. Belinies may be in order. Mmm.

Mmmm, peach bellinis! I'll be right there!
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Parked along US 101 at Yanks RV Resort. Really a nice place.

Took the back road over to and back from Monterey, Carmel, Pebble Beach, and Big Sur. We were disappointed with Big Sur. All of the viewing areas everyone talks about must be inside the state park and at the end of a 1/2 mile trail because nothing was visible from CA 1 except the normal beautiful coastlines strewn with rocks. No large waves beating the sand and rocky cliffs.

Here's some pics Mary Ann took. Enjoy = = = = =cloudy, overcast, and foggy. Loan cypress, seal rock, turbulent waves on the shore
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Parked along US 101 at Yanks RV Resort. Really a nice place.

Took the back road over to and back from Monterey, Carmel, Pebble Beach, and Big Sur. We were disappointed with Big Sur. All of the viewing areas everyone talks about must be inside the state park and at the end of a 1/2 mile trail because nothing was visible from CA 1 except the normal beautiful coastlines strewn with rocks. No large waves beating the sand and rocky cliffs.

Here's some pics Mary Ann took. Enjoy = = = = =cloudy, overcast, and foggy. Loan cypress, seal rock, turbulent waves on the shore
My daughter was stationed in Monteray some time ago. We made a couple trips down there. It is a beautiful area. Love your pics.
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My daughter was stationed in Monteray some time ago. We made a couple trips down there. It is a beautiful area. Love your pics.
X2 Steve and Mary Ann!

Deb and Dale... were you able to fix the pole on the pop up porch?
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