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Old 01-06-2016, 10:16 PM   #49589
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Fear not... it came up as something to be added to the Mutant Lexicon... We won't bog this down... but hey, if it will get you to come down to Tucson, we can keep taking about it.
Just send us a carry out!
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Old 01-06-2016, 10:28 PM   #49590
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{{[HUgs}}} but I already told you have have a client that vacations when you are gathering at the fairgrounds...but kind of why I've been asking about dead horse... but I don't know if I can route Bob out for that, I might would come there myself....(thinking if Barb can drive clear across the country solo... I can too...)but I don't know, it's the start of Garden season here and I promised my Daughter in law we would do the Farmer's market this year... so lots of planning and planting to do then... sigh...
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Old 01-06-2016, 10:41 PM   #49591
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{{[HUgs}}} but I already told you have have a client that vacations when you are gathering at the fairgrounds...but kind of why I've been asking about dead horse... but I don't know if I can route Bob out for that, I might would come there myself....(thinking if Barb can drive clear across the country solo... I can too...)but I don't know, it's the start of Garden season here and I promised my Daughter in law we would do the Farmer's market this year... so lots of planning and planting to do then... sigh...
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The news here is saying the rain here is due to El Steveo... I think they meant El Papaw Steveo.

Flagstaff is getting more snow.
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Old 01-06-2016, 11:54 PM   #49593
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I do believe we need to Christen and or Credit the Papaw Steve Eggs Mutant Benedict breakfast... which I hope will be repeated in Tucson... we will do our part Steve.
Yum! I'll second that! What can I bring? Orange Juice? More eggs? I have a portable induction cooktop.
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I have one "First Up" in the basement and if I can borrow another from the Youth Centre I can bring two and maybe three. I will have to practice my knots and lash them to the roof rack of "David" our white Suzuki. I will have the portable bonfire and a couple of tanks along too. I will bring as many tables as I can stow under Gracie. I can also cook up pancakes if any are interested. ONLY Twenty Five days to wait.

Medical Report.... The doctor did a couple of X-Rays and an Ultrasound and he tells me I don't have a rotator cuff issue. I have a something-or-other, something-or-other, bursitis issue and he claims the pills he gave me and exercise will fix the issue. Oh and also some very expensive pain killers. I am to schedule an appointment with him when i return so he can assess the situation again.
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Did they have a mobile service?
I have a mobile service guy here in AJ that is very fair as far as price is concerned and very good at what he does
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Medical Report.... The doctor did a couple of X-Rays and an Ultrasound and he tells me I don't have a rotator cuff issue. I have a something-or-other, something-or-other, bursitis issue and he claims the pills he gave me and exercise will fix the issue. Oh and also some very expensive pain killers. I am to schedule an appointment with him when i return so he can assess the situation again.
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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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I have a mobile service guy here in AJ that is very fair as far as price is concerned and very good at what he does
Thanks Jeff. Shoot me a text if ya don't mind.
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Since a good number of Mutants will soon be in Tucson, thought I would share some info about the RV repair shop I’ve used since 2010 (our arrival to the north side of Tucson). Recommend “Fisher RV Repair” and owner Jeff Fisher. Location is 4451 S. Country Club Road, Tucson and at 520-780-8615. This is not a La Mesa/Freedom/Lazy Days, small yard, always over crowed, but with many years of experience in RV repair, Jeff knows his stuff on RV “systems” and normal maintenance of chassis and engines. He is not authorized shop for CAT, Cummins, Freightliner, etc. but if you are off manufacturer’s warranty, you may enjoy his labor rate of $80/hour, rather than the $120 plus found elsewhere in Tucson. On previous DP, we had a “Wholesale Warranties” extended warranty—Fisher RV met their requirements for repair services. I recently used him for a CAT diesel engine value adjustment (a 40,000 mile event). Over the years, used for slide cover replacement, awning replacement, refrigerator replacement, oil/lube, MCD shade repair, generator repair and service, installation of solar panels/system, minor body work and paint job, and too many normal small issues to mention (I am not a mechanically inclined Mutant). Although not a major portion of his business, he will come to you for $50 local travel fee. The only problem I’ve experienced is getting scheduled in his shop. I’ve not been able to talk Jeff into an expansion of his entrepreneurial interest with a larger shop and a dozen employees. Anything major that needs “fixing” right now—may require a drive over to Lazy Days, etc.
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Since a good number of Mutants will soon be in Tucson, thought I would share some info about the RV repair shop I’ve used since 2010 (our arrival to the north side of Tucson). ....

Great tip, Vince. I'm starting a notebook forthwith, and that'll be #1 in the positive column.

In the negative column, there'll be the Holiday World service place in Katy, TX. They overcharged us for an oil change ... a lot! ... among other things. This was a few years ago, mind, and things may have changed, but we won't be testing them.

Now, where in blazes am I going to put this new notebook??? Oh I know: in the computer! "The Paperless Society", so-called.

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Great tip, Vince. I'm starting a notebook forthwith, and that'll be #1 in the positive column.

In the negative column, there'll be the Holiday World service place in Katy, TX. They overcharged us for an oil change ... a lot! ... among other things. This was a few years ago, mind, and things may have changed, but we won't be testing them.

Now, where in blazes am I going to put this new notebook??? Oh I know: in the computer! "The Paperless Society", so-called.

Cheers!
Have you tried the Evernote free app in the App Store?
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Be sure to back that up there... Sue...
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....I can also cook up pancakes if any are interested. ONLY Twenty Five days to wait.

Medical Report.... The doctor did a couple of X-Rays and an Ultrasound and he tells me I don't have a rotator cuff issue. I have a something-or-other, something-or-other, bursitis issue and he claims the pills he gave me and exercise will fix the issue. Oh and also some very expensive pain killers. I am to schedule an appointment with him when i return so he can assess the situation again.

I'll help w/ pancake flipping, if you like. And bring maple syrpple too. Some mutants are gluten intolerant, and I have a GF (gluten free) pancake mix to share.

Now if they just made em low carb, too, that would be fantastic! Mmm-mmmm!

Actually if you dodged the rotator cuff bullet, you are one lucky mutant, or else the ommms we sent worked. Or both. Bursitis is much easier to deal with and likely doesn't require surgery. Painful, yes.

So you could be loopy on painkillers when we finally get to meet you? Denise will have to make apologies? We'll make allowances...to a point! 😁

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