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Old 01-07-2016, 10:20 AM   #49603
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And then there is The Kimono
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Old 01-07-2016, 10:21 AM   #49604
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Have you tried the Evernote free app in the App Store?

Oh, yes! I put in the app after you told me about it, but I haven't used it much. Will review that!
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Old 01-07-2016, 10:25 AM   #49605
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Be sure to back that up there... Sue...

Absotootly! At one point the cloud ate up every single one of my emails. Never got em back. Saved stuff, like receipts, notes to answer, the lot.

That's why the "Paperless Society" never has really materialized, right? Copies of copies everywhere!

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Old 01-07-2016, 10:27 AM   #49606
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And then there is The Kimono
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Does the Grand Poobah himself know??? He may even surprise himself!
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Old 01-07-2016, 10:37 AM   #49607
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Does the Grand Poobah himself know??? He may even surprise himself!
One is ever surprised at what comes from within that Kimono!
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We may be able to use The Possum Hollar Tent thingy this time as a cooking station. I can use my cook top to heat the Canadian Bacon again.

And we definetly have the hollandaise covered!
We'll need to scope out the accommodations when we get there to see "whatsup" space wise and electricity wise.
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Old 01-07-2016, 10:56 AM   #49609
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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.
Sorry, mister, we exceeded our proper share of liquid sunshine before we left the beautiful state of Indiana. No room for further blame on these shoulders. No sir eeeeeeee bub.
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Yum! I'll second that! What can I bring? Orange Juice? More eggs? I have a portable induction cooktop.
A gallon of OJ would work perfectly. I think Steve and Annie still have 25,000 cups.
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Oh, yes! I put in the app after you told me about it, but I haven't used it much. Will review that!
Highlight the post - use the Share symbol - share to Evernote... see what happens. Or highlight anything and copy - then open Evernote and create a Text Note and Paste...

It's the bomb I tell ya.
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Old 01-07-2016, 11:12 AM   #49612
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A gallon of OJ would work perfectly. I think Steve and Annie still have 25,000 cups.
That was at last count lol.
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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.
They also could just ask me. If I'm still around then.
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They also could just ask me. If I'm still around then.
So how are you? And any update on Shara?
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Hum I told you so
Normally I'd agree with you but first; what the hell were we talking about?
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For those newbies attending the Tucson GC -- it is customary for the ladies to wear kimonos for the opening night ceremony. For more info send me an email or PM.
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