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Old 09-18-2015, 09:41 PM   #44591
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Oh where oh where can the Moonrover be... oh where oh where can he be... what lengths some will go to drop a few pounds.

Sleep well bird! The Omms continue.
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Old 09-18-2015, 09:50 PM   #44592
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Jeff and I made a pre-run to the Black Canyon today. Annie is battling allergies again... Geesh.

So these are a few hit and run pics... we did stop at the visitors center and watched the 20 minute film. Wow.
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Old 09-18-2015, 09:50 PM   #44593
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Amazing how you can travel across a few states... walk around the Hersey RV show and pull off a mini c.
Mighty fine looking group! And the Tiffin looks good too!
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Old 09-18-2015, 10:24 PM   #44594
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Amazing how you can travel across a few states... walk around the Hersey RV show and pull off a mini c.

Good to see you all again!


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Old 09-18-2015, 10:33 PM   #44595
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Sorry been very busy lot of trails covered over 200 miles off road I need a day off. So tomorrow sleep. Yea right. Me sleep that's a joke
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For Sue who wanted a sneak peek of grand daughter's baby blanket I'm working on...


Well, no wonder you have to count! It's a testament to your stick-to-it-iveness and love. Beautiful, and thanks for the preview. 👍👏
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Old 09-19-2015, 12:05 AM   #44597
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Been out all day runnin errands, but did manage lunch at Oishi again. There was a lovely dish of edamame just for me:

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Like others, I'm still looking to hear from the Moon man. More ommms, in case he's in need of the Extra Strength variety. Ommmm!
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Well, no wonder you have to count! It's a testament to your stick-to-it-iveness and love. Beautiful, and thanks for the preview. 👍👏
Thanks, Sue, it's the 3rd time I've done the pattern and I finally have it memorized except for the number of cast ons... and it is really not a difficult pattern stitch wise, as it is your standard knit, pearl, and then decreases, slip stitch and slide slip stitch over, and yarn overs... I did have to google on the slip stitch and slide slip stitch over to learn those... and if I use enough markers, I generally don't booboo too much, but if I get going to long without catching a boo boo, it gets frustrating. ( Hence the frequent counting...LOL!)
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Oh where oh where can the Moonrover be... oh where oh where can he be... what lengths some will go to drop a few pounds.

Sleep well bird! The Omms continue.
I imagine he's feeling pretty rough right now, and getting the good drugs which make ya really sleepy so you feel no pain... I think we will hear from him in a day or 2.
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R U an RV Mutant too?

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Ed, Jackie and Carl,

True confessions time -- OK! so what did you buy today? And are you going back to give them another chance to take your money?
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roflol! I'm not saying a word about Sir Wayne. Man o man, I'm prolly on his bad list.
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Moonrover, I can only hope that your recovery will be as good as mine. I know it's wishful hoping, but one can always wish & hope. Hang in there, as it will just be another memory, soon.

Okay Mel, it is now your turn, unless you consider Wayne's teethless situation.
As reported by "other means," Western Dental in Oceanside, CA. Called at 0830, said come in for appointment at 0915. Showed up, filled in forms saw doctor and told him I wanted my smile back. Two halves of denture provided to doctor. Told to come back a 1500 hours. Showed up at 1505 hours and only 5 minutes late 'cause Earlene talked to much in Home Depot. Naw, not really it was a sales associate that kept us there. At 1530 hours I was out the door with my teeth. DIL provided some "Little Italy" sausage for supper, and Son provided "Fire" drinks. Tasted like those cinnamon fire balls but with alcohol. Youngest GD wanted to know if I talked funny with my teeth out. When she wasn't look I took them out and started talking to her. She couldn't tell the difference. It must be because I have a silver tongue, or maybe because I can multi-task. I can talk and tick people off at the same time.

p.s., Western Dental in Oceanside CA is great. Wonderful office, efficient front desk persons and very polite, doctor knowledgeable and lab tech wonderful to fix the complete split down the middle. They have offices in many states so if in need of dental work, you might want to check them out.
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Yay Wayne! I'm sure you will feel better now!
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True confessions time -- OK! so what did you buy today? And are you going back to give them another chance to take your money?
So far just a couple burgers... we are going back for round two today.
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