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Old 01-17-2016, 05:51 PM   #50107
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How many counting fur faces? The mystery continues.

Furface count is TBD. Will collect kisses fer sher!
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Old 01-17-2016, 07:40 PM   #50108
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Checking in. We're tired. Those Miners have made us have too much fun all afternoon. My face hurts.

I asked about the Slinky on a stick in the grocery/hardware/garden store. It's a pecan picker-upper. Got a fancy version to use for walnuts at home. Turns out it's great for picking up jingle ball cat toys too!

Lunch on a stick and fried pies...we are in the south fer sher. I'm still not hungry!

Bless em.

We are sans Jeep tonight, except as a garden ornament. Computer, electronics, transmission ... ? ... no gears, no movement, no goes no places. Sunday, of course.

Shakedown continues. 🤑😎
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Old 01-17-2016, 08:25 PM   #50109
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Robbie was so funny, I wished I took video but my arms were full...he's using 5-6 word sentences now, and wanted grandpa to play train with him, so they lined up 2 chairs and he wanted to take the train to the store to get ornaments....after he made a little mess with the pepper grinder he was pretending was an ornament, it got put away, so grandpa and he had to get back on the train and go back to the store for new ornaments...this time wooden puzzle pieces of animal shapes sufficed and the story was reenacted time and time again. While grandpa was busy with the 2 year old...Peace and I tried for a selfie...
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Old 01-17-2016, 09:22 PM   #50110
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Robbie was so funny, I wished I took video but my arms were full...he's using 5-6 word sentences now, and wanted grandpa to play train with him, so they lined up 2 chairs and he wanted to take the train to the store to get ornaments....after he made a little mess with the pepper grinder he was pretending was an ornament, it got put away, so grandpa and he had to get back on the train and go back to the store for new ornaments...this time wooden puzzle pieces of animal shapes sufficed and the story was reenacted time and time again. While grandpa was busy with the 2 year old...Peace and I tried for a selfie...

Sweet selfie! Bet grandpa was tired, too!
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Old 01-17-2016, 09:53 PM   #50111
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Marty, great pic of you and Peace!
Bob, you and Robbie will need a real train ride before long. When it happens, watch his eyes!
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Old 01-17-2016, 09:55 PM   #50112
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<whispers>... On our way to see Peace and Robbie...oh, and their folks too...
Is Robbie Peace's big brother?

Edit -- I just caught up and got an answer to my question. You and Bob are very lucky!
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That comment was made before I went to church this morning, got there and the preacher didn't describe or mention me not even once today in his sermon so now all bets are off, Round Man!
That preacher is a smart man not mentioning you name trying to raise the sleeping dead! Smart man indeed.
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Found some wifi. We will hopefully get darn close to Blythe CA tomorrow and then on to Yuma. Last evening and earlier today we have seen a three fold increase in the numbers of RVs on the road. Had a hard time finding room to park for the night so we diverted to Walmart, bought vitals and are now looking for a camping spot..
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Les, glad you cleared that up. I thought for a moment it was a Canadian accent.

I understood it though, as I've been hanging around with Martin & Sue for the last few days.
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Les, glad you cleared that up. I thought for a moment it was a Canadian accent.

I understood it though, as I've been hanging around with Martin & Sue for the last few days.

Hah! Hanging around with us could get a body reeeallly confuzzled. Apparently it's happened again!
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Les, glad you cleared that up. I thought for a moment it was a Canadian accent.

I understood it though, as I've been hanging around with Martin & Sue for the last few days.

But it could ha been vitals.... Like in Arkansas, when they predict snow, everyone goes to the store to buy up milk and bread......
Vitals in my mind are a supply of chocolate.....



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Possum just checked in from Blyth, California. All is well and doing the mutant thing. They like where they are and staying another day! Woot. WOOT.

They should be in Yuma tomorrow!
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So my son took a couple pics of granpa Bob and Robbie's adventures yesterday...one is a game called fly through the sky handed down through generations....and the other is the train ride into town to get an ornament(what 2 year old uses 'ornament' in it's conversation?!?)
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So my son took a couple pics of granpa Bob and Robbie's adventures yesterday...one is a game called fly through the sky handed down through generations....and the other is the train ride into town to get an ornament(what 2 year old uses 'ornament' in it's conversation?!?)
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