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Old 01-07-2016, 09:32 PM   #49645
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Who is BTW? Anyone I know?

Snow is moving in Saturday night, on the back of rain and wind and temps in the teens. Gaaack! NOW it's time to smash, stash and dash!

Aaargh!

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Old 01-07-2016, 10:05 PM   #49646
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Who is BTW? Anyone I know?

Snow is moving in Saturday night, on the back of rain and wind and temps in the teens. Gaaack! NOW it's time to smash, stash and dash!

Aaargh!

Cheers!

I'm thinkin "git yer bum on da rode" BTW
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Date shake date..... What a fun, interesting day....
Thanks Dave and Nola....

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Hmmm I caught that sign in back... I don't recall in this life trying to garden in AZ... Although with all the rain ya'll are having, it might work! Collect it in rain barrels, use it the rest of the year... no mosquitoes to have to worry about them breeding in the rain water, no water moccasins to worry about...hmmm.... oh yeah, it would evaporate before I could use it all or be so hot as too cook the veggies right in the veggie patch.
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Sue, you best go south and then west... Kansas is in for it Saturday also with a low of 9 degrees F
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Hmmm I caught that sign in back... I don't recall in this life trying to garden in AZ... Although with all the rain ya'll are having, it might work! Collect it in rain barrels, use it the rest of the year... no mosquitoes to have to worry about them breeding in the rain water, no water moccasins to worry about...hmmm.... oh yeah, it would evaporate before I could use it all or be so hot as too cook the veggies right in the veggie patch.

Because I know your tongue is firmly planted in your cheek, I won't tell you to get out more.
You would love the walnuts and butter lettuce! Date shake?
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Hmmm I caught that sign in back... I don't recall in this life trying to garden in AZ... Although with all the rain ya'll are having, it might work! Collect it in rain barrels, use it the rest of the year... no mosquitoes to have to worry about them breeding in the rain water, no water moccasins to worry about...hmmm.... oh yeah, it would evaporate before I could use it all or be so hot as too cook the veggies right in the veggie patch.

Totally amazed at the FRESH farms... Read that 90% of the US leafy veggies are grown in this area in the winter season.... Huge network of irrigation canals from the Colorado River... The lettuce farms with them harvesting was fascinating to me..... 
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Does that not mean all of the previously acquired name tags are now obsolete? You must be bored Wayne. I'll email you my info but I think my RVM number will let others know I joined this motley crew in 2013.
You already have 2013 on yours so you are not getting another one - unless Sena demands it - her wish is your command.

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We are already off them. Fish oil caps X 3/day instead, recommended by our endocrinologist. Our primary care physician had said to take niacin, but the other doc said not to.

It's all a crap shoot, apparently.
It's called a "medical practice," and that is what they do, practice. When you go in with an ailment they think of what they did to their last patient that had the same symptoms and say to themselves, "Well it worked once before so I guess I'll practice again!"

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We all think doctors or the medical system are the problem, when we have the mos control over our health. It is a crap shoot especially with genetics. One thing we know about crap shooting play the don't pass line. It's the simplest most boring way to play but you stay in the game the longest.
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How does one find out their joined date?

I think I joined just after RVM 39 and just before RVM 41 but can't say for sure.
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Hurting and sick. No more news from docs since last up date. I can fix almost anything yet I can't fix her. And that scare s me.

Oh crap sorry to hear Shara isn't feeling well. I will keep you both in my thoughts and sending lots of oohhhmmms
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I loved the pics!!!! Lettuce loves cool weather but not too cool so probably perfect there.
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By The Way... perhaps.

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Denise was asking about the kimono thing.
Anyone got pictures they care to share with her
denisedv@telus.net will get them to her.
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I'm thinkin "git yer bum on da rode" BTW

I'm thinking yer right! Da bum'll drive and I'll read da map.

Today, leisurely having coffee with a friend and then grocery shopping, we thought the weather was to continue fine another few days. No big rush. We bought bits and bobs for the rig and seeds to plant in my planters, loafed along home... and then looked at the weather forecast again.

Went into hyperdrive. Now, at almost 1:00 am, I'm still not sleepy. Finished cracking the black walnuts in the vise so I can bring them along. Still not sleepy. Need to sleep. Can't sleep.

I'll play ketchup a bit, then try again to fall into the arms of Morpheus, 😴 perchance to dream, to dream of the open road and mutants along the way. 🌈😘

This too shall pass.
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