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Old 10-23-2015, 01:44 PM   #46131
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Not only am I sliding fingers. I have tripping feet. Tripped on Monday as we were coming into home. Right hand down. Thought it bruised. But xray today. Fractured the bone in hand below pinky. No cast. Just a splint. Smile.


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Not only am I sliding fingers. I have tripping feet. Tripped on Monday as we were coming into home. Right hand down. Thought it bruised. But xray today. Fractured the bone in hand below pinky. No cast. Just a splint. Smile.

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Dang girl... watch where ya put yer feet. Omms of course. I know that hurts. Did it once my own self as a kid. Ya just can't crack a bone without ouch!!
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My deductibles are $400 coach and $500 car. The 2014 CR-V is $750.

??? You have 250/500 on them both??? And no umbrella?

Erie Insurance. Rural Route class 1 (out in the farm country), it gets no cheaper.
About $1800, $200 and $50 deductibles, all coverages maxed out.
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Dang girl... watch where ya put yer feet. Omms of course. I know that hurts. Did it once my own self as a kid. Ya just can't crack a bone without ouch!!

When I was a 20-something drunken sailor, I fell on my foot, and that is where my worst arthritis grows!
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Any of y'all's pondering or conjuring or trying to remember a childhood story?
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Gots a few fer yuh iff'n we ever get there. I actually could print out the pages and make it into a mini-book sorta thing.
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I've tried to forget most of my childhood stories as they landed me in the corner peeling wallpaper, or getting whupped with the belt....or if mom was attempting it, a spatula she would usually end up breaking on my behinder ender....learned to wear my wallet I got in Oklahoma at the Hall of Fame in one of my back pockets and the bandana folded up in the other fer protection....
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My deductibles are $400 coach and $500 car. The 2014 CR-V is $750.

??? You have 250/500 on them both??? And no umbrella?
The coach was $888 and the CRV was $540 for for 250/500 on each. We saw a tad less than 6% increase from last year. Our ACV (replacement value?) is $160K so that might also factor into some differences in policy costs.

I got lazy and then forgot about umbrella but you just reminded me. LOL $125ish is cheap.
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Steve.... the coach is a full time policy of course and runs a little high, especially after the 12.5% increase this year. They swear it's not hail related lol. For the $1 mill umbrella you have to carry 500k coach and 500k toad but the umbrella is only $125 a year. Worth the peace of mind!

Well the new news is - old news I'm sure.... Apache Junction is a popular place Jan - March, and splitting a month is problematic too. But alas - we did get in 1/9 - 2/8 but at a price.
We will be at Superstition Sunrise down the road from you. Another one of those - send us $150 now - cash when ya get here places. And of course it's a large place - 1,100 sites - oh joy. But we will have a mutantastic time I'm sure...

Now to figure out the rest of Feb and March... leading in to the big retirement party for Mel and Kate. Yippee!
Mary Ann and I enjoyed two months of living at Superstition Sunrise. Lots and lots of activities to choose from. Tight quarters which is normal for the big snowbird parks. Take your time backing in. The staffer that directed me did an excellent job considering there's close quarters on both sides of the motor home (neighbor on one side, palm tree on the other). You're like the place.
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I've tried to forget most of my childhood stories as they landed me in the corner peeling wallpaper, or getting whupped with the belt....or if mom was attempting it, a spatula she would usually end up breaking on my behinder ender....learned to wear my wallet I got in Oklahoma at the Hall of Fame in one of my back pockets and the bandana folded up in the other fer protection....

I hear you, dear Marty!
I guess any good/funny/happy story will certainly do well enough.
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Mary Ann and I enjoyed two months of living at Superstition Sunrise. Lots and lots of activities to choose from. Tight quarters which is normal for the big snowbird parks. Take your time backing in. The staffer that directed me did an excellent job considering there's close quarters on both sides of the motor home (neighbor on one side, palm tree on the other). You're like the place.
Well I had no idea it would be so difficult around AJ.... I'm sure the parks have their hands full juggling the influx.

The close quarters have been seen before and what once bugged me no longer does. Once we settle in - whether inside our out - we just feel at home and the next place will never be 3 or 4 months away again!

I've given a lot of thought to rv parks, parking lots, state parks and such. I used to love to pull the B-Van into quiet out of the way places. Places others could not. We moved a lot more often and traveled many more miles a day. That was great then but these days we like to be near the action - whatever that is and do day trips with CR-V Mutant.

A week at a place sometimes seems too little and sometimes it's too much. But we look for places and things we enjoy and as we near the 1st anniversary on the road, I can't tell ya how glad I am we jumped to the outer rainbow when we did.

We will be down the road from you and Jeff and Marcia the month of January. No telling who else will be in the area. It's possible even Possum will be as close as 50 miles from us!

Monday we're off to Pahrump and will see the grande hot place.... and who know what else! See ya in January Steve!
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Diane... speedy healing on your hand... sorry you had to endure the embarrassment of admitting to your kids you fell...Fellas get funny about mom doing things when she gets hurt...mine banned me from climbing onto the roof to adjust my antenna TV....called me too old! to do that.
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I spoke to the Poobah today about Feb and March. I still have them open. Hopefully we - or someone else can come up with a location we can use sometime during those months. Otherwise - it's mini Cs where and when we can. And of course Mel and Kates big adventure!
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