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Old 01-30-2016, 10:21 PM   #50835
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Can we have your propane then??? We're low and we'll need some! 29 is pretty cold.

Btw - I use those small Comfort Zone ceramic heaters. One up front, one toward the rear. They have a thermostat, and a tip over safety switch. They will keep my coach 70+, an near zero outside. Another good point, I can get them at Wal-Mart for about $20.00. They are a great alternative heat source when needed, and saves the propane for hot water or cooking.

Stay warm!
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Old 01-30-2016, 10:23 PM   #50836
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Is 9 a midiC?

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Ya know there can be demerits issued for starting to soon, you just wait till the Poohbah and Potentate get there !!!
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Old 01-30-2016, 10:39 PM   #50837
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We can see that you are out of practice at whatever you're doing there. Those poles are crooked! Dale says he hopes your shooting is better than those crooked poles. lol.
Now Dale, you have to be a good shot to hit these little bity white tail deer. Anyone could shoot those old Mooses, I mean their slow, dumb and big as a barn!

A better pic!
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Old 01-30-2016, 10:58 PM   #50838
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Tim, I routinely got more meat out of a front quarter of a moose than I got out of a whole deer. Now if you want to waste four bullets to get the same result of one then you gotta be an Arkansasian.


Hey Arkansasian, that sounds like a TV show.
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Sure! I'm bringing an extra portable tank. Do you have an extend-a-stay? But what do you use propane for when you have FHU?
We like our furnaces when the temps fall below heat pump efficiency level and we use our oven and cooktop. So far we live just like we did in the S&B. We use our heating and cooling systems daily and it doesn't cost 1/4 of what we were paying then.

I don't have an extend-a-stay although I thought about it.
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Old 01-30-2016, 11:17 PM   #50840
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Hey Ed... Annie and I were talking about throwing some hot links and sausages in the smoker. And she says... we Jackie to bring the kraut... :-(
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Old 01-30-2016, 11:18 PM   #50841
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We like our furnaces when the temps fall below heat pump efficiency level and we use our oven and cooktop. So far we live just like we did in the S&B. We use our heating and cooling systems daily and it doesn't cost 1/4 of what we were paying then.

I don't have an extend-a-stay although I thought about it.
With your stated plans to explore more of Colorado... you might think about it....
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Tim... I saw no Whitetails in your picture... they sure are tiny! Maybe you meant cottontails ( bunnies)
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With your stated plans to explore more of Colorado... you might think about it....
I tried to have it done by 2 shops. Both said they won't do it to Bonita. There is an electric shut off and they didn't want to get into it for some reason.
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Tim... I saw no Whitetails in your picture... they sure are tiny! Maybe you meant cottontails ( bunnies)
There were no bunnies harmed in a the building of this barn! But man, I feel like I've been rode hard and put up wet!


Ha Di, Possums making fun of Arkansas, whack him for me! Ahy!
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I am here! All setup, connected to 50 amp, water. Life is good!

It was funny, when I showed up around 7, after practicing unhooking and re-hooking my toad due to not having enough room to turn-around after missing the turn for the fairgrounds (arg), the person in charge in a golf cart was flashing his light towards me to signal me. He came over and said he'll get to me in a bit so I proceeded to unhook the toad a second time, of course being much faster this time after practicing ahead of time. Then he brought me to a spot and I wound up moving forwards two, three times before he said it was good. I guess we're going to have back-to-back coaches, at least that's what it sounded like to me. Bright lights over my coach, need some more dark things to cover windows at night. Birds are happy, they got melon and went to bed, which is something I'm considering sometime soon...
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I am here! All setup, connected to 50 amp, water. Life is good!

It was funny, when I showed up around 7, after practicing unhooking and re-hooking my toad due to not having enough room to turn-around after missing the turn for the fairgrounds (arg), the person in charge in a golf cart was flashing his light towards me to signal me. He came over and said he'll get to me in a bit so I proceeded to unhook the toad a second time, of course being much faster this time after practicing ahead of time. Then he brought me to a spot and I wound up moving forwards two, three times before he said it was good. I guess we're going to have back-to-back coaches, at least that's what it sounded like to me. Bright lights over my coach, need some more dark things to cover windows at night. Birds are happy, they got melon and went to bed, which is something I'm considering sometime soon...
Woot! Mutants are gathering! You are one road warrior.

Do all the sites have sewer? If so I'm going to run down there with water and gauge soap in the tanks. The Tecma toilet needs clean gauges. If it thinks it's full, it won't flush and we can't have that.
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It's close enough!
Nice looking group of mutated mutants mutating!!

Cannot wait!
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It's close enough!
Nice looking group of mutated mutants mutating!!

Cannot wait!
Yep, those are some mutatious Mutants mutating over food, which is what Mutants do.

Sure wish we were there!
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