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Old 01-05-2016, 11:04 PM   #49547
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Hey. Are you ever heading south... Possum is gonna fool around and get snowed in. Speaking of the old coot, good luck at the doc tomorrow Dennis!

Within a week. ... Or so. Cripes, I still can't find the right places to put things in the kitchen and Martin is still messing wi...- um, correcting - the AV system, installing slinky carrier, and so on.

Smash n dash just doesn't seem right for Florence's maiden voyage. Although it may come down to that at the last anyway. 😱. But we'll get there 🌈 eventually.

Possum at the MD getting rotated? No fun, but necessary, I gather. All the best! Tell em to get it right this time. Because I said so, that's why.

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Old 01-05-2016, 11:11 PM   #49548
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Within a week. ... Or so. Cripes, I still can't find the right places to put things in the kitchen and Martin is still messing wi...- um, correcting - the AV system, installing slinky carrier, and so on.

Smash n dash just doesn't seem right for Florence's maiden voyage. Although it may come down to that at the last anyway. 😱. But we'll get there 🌈 eventually.

Possum at the MD getting rotated? No fun, but necessary, I gather. All the best! Tell em to get it right this time. Because I said so, that's why.

Cheers!
Sue... we still haven't worked out what goes where. Are you sure you're doing it right???
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Old 01-05-2016, 11:13 PM   #49549
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Yea... Raining in sunny Yuma too.....
In fact, Larry has set up and taken diwn in the rain every step we have come this trip....





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Old 01-05-2016, 11:23 PM   #49550
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Hey. Are you ever heading south... Possum is gonna fool around and get snowed in. Speaking of the old coot, good luck at the doc tomorrow Dennis!
Dennis, don't forget to give us a report. Thinkin' about you and Denise as you prepare to bust outta the snow and ice and head to AZ. Hope to goodness you're still there when we get there.

And speaking of Canucks, where the heck is Les???
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Old 01-06-2016, 01:08 AM   #49551
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Ditto. Happy New Year, RVMs!
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Well look what the cat drug in... welcome back!
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The doctor is just a specialist that I have been waiting to see for over a year now. He will assess the rotator damage and put me on a prioritized list for pending surgery and his receptionist is telling me they are still booking surgeries on people who got to see him last November so I will be extremely lucky to get into the operating theater before next September.

Don't worry about us traveling in an unsafe manor. We will only move when the roads are clean and clear and there is no chance of precipitation in the high passes. We took a three week trip one afternoon when we accidentally attempted crossing the great divide when it was raining down low and ass we approached the summit we were in an almost whiteout snowstorm.

When we leave on the 11th we will have twenty one days to get to Tucson. We will just take our team and stay safe.
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Within a week. ... Or so. Cripes, I still can't find the right places to put things in the kitchen and Martin is still messing wi...- um, correcting - the AV system, installing slinky carrier, and so on.

Smash n dash just doesn't seem right for Florence's maiden voyage. Although it may come down to that at the last anyway. 😱. But we'll get there 🌈 eventually.

Possum at the MD getting rotated? No fun, but necessary, I gather. All the best! Tell em to get it right this time. Because I said so, that's why.

Cheers!
When you get it all figured out, will you be able to share your organizational chart?
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Old 01-06-2016, 08:13 AM   #49555
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The doctor is just a specialist that I have been waiting to see for over a year now. He will assess the rotator damage and put me on a prioritized list for pending surgery and his receptionist is telling me they are still booking surgeries on people who got to see him last November so I will be extremely lucky to get into the operating theater before next September.

Don't worry about us traveling in an unsafe manor. We will only move when the roads are clean and clear and there is no chance of precipitation in the high passes. We took a three week trip one afternoon when we accidentally attempted crossing the great divide when it was raining down low and ass we approached the summit we were in an almost whiteout snowstorm.

When we leave on the 11th we will have twenty one days to get to Tucson. We will just take our team and stay safe.
So how big a team you bringing? I think I understand how that medical system works. They keep pushing back any procedures till dementia sets in, then they just tell you your fine!
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Old 01-06-2016, 08:38 AM   #49556
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My two front were installed at our rv site. A bag was put in to balance the tire. Don't ask me if that is efficient or correct, but the installer said it was SOP for roadside installs on semi's.

My 4 rear tires were spin balanced at the truck tire store near Seattle.
The beads are the best way to go. As the tire wears the balance will change and with beads no need to rebalance.






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We will be putting new tires on Bow's front feet next month. I'm thinking Hancock or Toyo. The tires on the front now are 2013 Michelins and have no cracking. They'll move to the rear, replacing older, outside tires. Seems that the newest tires should go on the front. Correct, guys?

Nothing against Michelin, just think they are too expensive. I'm reading the things you guys are saying about tires and heeding the advice.
Hancock tires don't ride as nice as Michelin tires but you are right they are cheaper. Moving a tire back is fine as long as you put them together on the same side.






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Ok mine was uumm well I think it was in 190poop




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The doctor is just a specialist that I have been waiting to see for over a year now. He will assess the rotator damage and put me on a prioritized list for pending surgery and his receptionist is telling me they are still booking surgeries on people who got to see him last November so I will be extremely lucky to get into the operating theater before next September.

Don't worry about us traveling in an unsafe manor. We will only move when the roads are clean and clear and there is no chance of precipitation in the high passes. We took a three week trip one afternoon when we accidentally attempted crossing the great divide when it was raining down low and ass we approached the summit we were in an almost whiteout snowstorm.

When we leave on the 11th we will have twenty one days to get to Tucson. We will just take our team and stay safe.
Sounds like oboma care.
So we should see you around April. Lol j/k safe travels.
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Ditto. Happy New Year, RVMs!

Hi SarahW! Waving back!
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Don't worry about us traveling in an unsafe manor....

Manor? Freudian spelling? Good name for these buses some of us drive! Dare I say you should drive that manor in a safe manner?

I'll duck and hide now.
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When you get it all figured out, will you be able to share your organizational chart?

Sure! How long are you willing to wait?
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Yep, Sir Wayne, that makes sense. You know we trust you. You sat on our sofa. Speaking of ... we're thinking about sitting on your sofa sometime later this year. Not sure, but maybe early December? We'll be coming across the southland in November and December. Might stay the winter in the San Antonio area, or maybe on the coast somewhere. Haven't really started planning that far out.

We've got to be in Austin in time for Christmas 2016 with our grands. #2 is due any minute now!!! Mom and Dad are not saying whether we are going to be blessed with another dgd or will have our first dgs. Does not matter either way to us. We will do our job and spoil them properly - girl or boy!

At any rate, I'm hoping you can recommend a good RV Park in your area where we can spend a week in early December, 2016. This is just an idea right now. Lots of time to make a plan.
Sounds like a good plan. When you get closer (a month or longer) we can figure what your preferences for a park are, like beach, ocean, water, or just a plain ol' campground.

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The beads are the best way to go. As the tire wears the balance will change and with beads no need to rebalance.

Hancock tires don't ride as nice as Michelin tires but you are right they are cheaper. Moving a tire back is fine as long as you put them together on the same side.

Ok mine was uumm well I think it was in 190poop

Sounds like oboma care.
So we should see you around April. Lol j/k safe travels.
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