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Old 01-08-2016, 09:50 AM   #49673
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Thanks! If we do get on the road on the road in the morning tomorrow, we plan one night near Sikeston MO, then Benton. Might be just as well not to de-winterize for a while!

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You know Judy is in Effingham... believe. Sorry we won't be able to catch you at the rest area near there.
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Old 01-08-2016, 09:55 AM   #49674
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I don't want to be annoying, but was hoping I could join this thread. Looks like tons of fun and perhaps I can be an RV Mutant also.
LisaE... you received the highly complex instructions on how to join this group of crazy mutants.

Tell us what your rv doesn't have that you don't miss and declare the journey is the destination. You will then be awarded for your efforts. Indeed you will be known as RVM131 and free to ride the rainbow.

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Old 01-08-2016, 10:45 AM   #49675
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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.
Who needs barrel water in AZ? Just garden winter and spring! Get out of town, come summer. Yes, I don't miss the water moccasins of my first 23 years (Springfield, MO).
You are looking at broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, lettuce, onion, radish, and herbs.
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Old 01-08-2016, 10:50 AM   #49676
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Who needs barrel water in AZ? Just garden winter and spring! Get out of town, come summer. Yes, I don't miss the water moccasins of my first 23 years (Springfield, MO).
You are looking at broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, lettuce, onion, radish, and herbs.
MiteEfine!
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Who needs barrel water in AZ? Just garden winter and spring! Get out of town, come summer. Yes, I don't miss the water moccasins of my first 23 years (Springfield, MO).
You are looking at broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, lettuce, onion, radish, and herbs.
Herb's what?
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Sue, Be sure to get several gallon jugs of water to take with if you aren't going to dewinterize until you get out of the cold zone... there's cooking, coffee, pot washing, and potty to think about... showers can wait a day or 2 with baby wipes to suffice the dirty spots....
I'm only saying this because I know you are rushed and sleep deprived... I know you know these things...
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Herbs not here...
He is sequestered in a S&B and can't come out and play.
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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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Wyane has pictures on his website I think, but don't remember that link....
Barb had found cheap silk kimonos from a china company... online, Ali or something like that from where I got a 20-40 dollar kimono... It's fitting better now than it did 2 years ago...LOL! Yes, we wore them over our clothes....
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Who needs barrel water in AZ? Just garden winter and spring! Get out of town, come summer. Yes, I don't miss the water moccasins of my first 23 years (Springfield, MO).
You are looking at broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, lettuce, onion, radish, and herbs.

Very impressive, Vince!
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Sue, Be sure to get several gallon jugs of water to take with if you aren't going to dewinterize until you get out of the cold zone... there's cooking, coffee, pot washing, and potty to think about... showers can wait a day or 2 with baby wipes to suffice the dirty spots....
I'm only saying this because I know you are rushed and sleep deprived... I know you know these things...

Got a few in, prolly need more, but can refill I guess. Thanks for the reminder!
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Here's another one...
Fine, but what the heck is Tim doing???
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Wyane has pictures on his website I think, but don't remember that link....
Barb had found cheap silk kimonos from a china company... online, Ali or something like that from where I got a 20-40 dollar kimono... It's fitting better now than it did 2 years ago...LOL! Yes, we wore them over our clothes....

Amazon....... Is where mine came from.... Also, Sue would nono you for calling them silk..... Smile.... Polyester i am sure..



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