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Old 02-05-2016, 11:31 PM   #51143
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Took me a bit, but I figured out if I click on the pictures you can see the names...
Thanks Carl!
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Old 02-05-2016, 11:36 PM   #51144
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Took me a bit, but I figured out if I click on the pictures you can see the names...
Thanks Carl!
Yea, sorry, I should've mentioned that but I'm not sure if that works with the mobile app or not. The last one I posted of the pot-luck dinner, the text is kinda small so you might have to zoom in a bit to see the names. I just use a built-in program (Preview) on the Mac and annotate the picture with names of folks. Takes as long as it takes me to copy/paste the same text annotation from person to person and change the name. Not rocket science. I bet the PC can do it but you probably need some 3rd party program or something I'm not familiar with on the latest releases, I know there are picture editing programs.
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Old 02-05-2016, 11:38 PM   #51145
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Smoker gang did an amazing job as did everyone else - pot luck was delicious!!! The mutants were even better!!!!

Fun games and everyone was laughing and having a great time. This will be the first of many more to come for Hunter and I. Thanks to all mutants for making us feel so welcome!
We have to talk chile... or something! So glade you made it!
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Carl, I humbly bow before thee. You and your Mac are light years ahead of we PC users. Well played oh wise one. But of course who would expect less from a person still w&#king as an IT specialist. Most of us are still trying to get things right traveling the rainbow. It's tough duty but we volunteered bravely and have met the challenge.

Steve - - - The meat was totally awesome. Best stuff yet. Must have been the lump charcoal and the bootleg smoker.
Thanks. Agreed! And I never saw anything that said no fire other than propane. I swear I didn't.
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Mutants, we have an offer from a buyer. I'm not supposed to be sharing this just yet, but I simply can't help myself! I'm so excited! The offer is for full asking price, since the lady already lost one garden home she liked. Realtor told us, "She doesn't want to lose yours!" It is contingent on her selling her 2,868 sq ft. house in a swanky neighborhood. The realtor said it's a beautiful home and she is confident it will sell easily.

And, how's this for a coincidence ... the name of the woman who made the offer is Melanie. Is this meant to be, or what?!

But remember, you didn't hear any of this from me .....

Ain't life grand?!!!
Congratulations - hope it all goes as planned. Next, rainbow riding.
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I tagged some pics on FB... But might have made a booboo..on one of who I think is Possum... he was smiling so I wasn't sure...LOL!
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Old 02-05-2016, 11:51 PM   #51150
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Congratulations - hope it all goes as planned. Next, rainbow riding.
X2.

And Wayne, you might think about seeing a doctor for that gastric issue.
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To the two Steve's, and their wonderful spouses, a very hearty thank you for a fine eveinging, and to all the players. Great group, great time.
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Congratulations - hope it all goes as planned. Next, rainbow riding.
Thanks, Wayne. (Hi Earlene!) We will be out on the Rainbow before you know it!
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X2.

And Wayne, you might think about seeing a doctor for that gastric issue.
Nononono! Better to have the gastric and bear the shame then to have the gastric and bear the pain!
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So enough about smoked meat...

Everything was delicious - but you had to know someone to get a couple spoonfuls of Earlenes Baracho Beans and Marcias scalloped potatoes. No slight to any dish - but those two things were gone in 60 seconds!

Papaw Steve graciously provided adult beverages - my Amaretto and Ginger Beer was perfect.

I'm still beat - but psyched from the Olympics - Food - The Beverage - The Great Mutants - gets ya wound up even when run down. Ah the RV lifestyle. None better, and none better at it than RV Mutants!
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Steve - - that's your story and you're sticking to it. Right?

Thanx to everyone who helped us vacate the restaurant. That many trips to the car and back would have done us in.

Character night was fun. A challenge to pull off but fun. Barb and Sena came as each other. LOL Colleen was riveting as a witch. Don was Doc Holiday or one of those dudes. Mary Ann and I were nerds as was Dave. Nola was the devil. Sue and Martin were Raggedy Ann and Andy. Steve was a Ninja Turtle. Wayne was something round in red longjohns. Mr. and Mrs. Malone were Valentine sweethearts. We will overlook the gift from Mr. Malone on the second date (a nightgown).
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Steve - - that's your story and you're sticking to it. Right?

Thanx to everyone who helped us vacate the restaurant. That many trips to the car and back would have done us in.

Character night was fun. A challenge to pull off but fun. Barb and Sena came as each other. LOL Colleen was riveting as a witch. Don was Doc Holiday or one of those dudes. Mary Ann and I were nerds as was Dave. Nola was the devil. Sue and Martin were Raggedy Ann and Andy. Steve was a Ninja Turtle. Wayne was something round in red longjohns. Mr. and Mrs. Malone were Valentine sweethearts. We will overlook the gift from Mr. Malone on the second date (a nightgown).
Sounds like such a fun evening. Again, love all the pics!
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