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Old 02-17-2016, 10:17 AM   #51605
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Dale and Deb - - Healing ohms to the GS. Was there any diagnosis? Rehydratin' the system usually brings some relief to what ails ya. He will be in our thoughts and prayers. Be safe going home.

Any more measurable snow at the S & B?
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Old 02-17-2016, 10:25 AM   #51606
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Thanks Dennis! Customs makes no sense sometimes. They stopped me from bringing home some California oranges I bought in Canada. I guess the Canadian citrus crops must have some deadly diseases.



HOT! has come to Yuma so we're leaving tomorrow afternoon to go back to Phoenix. I guess we'll have to get that summer GC organized for the PNW. Then we can be bi-coastal RVMs and exchange waves with the Maine group.



I do have good news on the Yuma produce hunt. The Hwy 95 stand that is open all week had a huge assortment of local veggies and fruit. I bought a $3 honeydew melon that was slurpalicious! I think the trick is getting there early in the day and in the week.

Hot is here for today, too, at Maricopa, but dropping off again into the 80s after this. It was gorgeous walking in the cool early morning today. Cool keeps the critters underground, napping, till later.

It's been warmer than usual for February and the weather reports include rattlesnake warnings. Ya don't get that in Illinois, as Martin says!

I'm glad for the tips on fresh markets, and glad you finally found a good one. We missed out on the bags of local oranges at the gourd festival, and could never catch the little roadside stand open. I'm ready for fresh!

We're going to miss you again?! This poor kayak will sink when it finally gets into water. There's so much dust on it, it will turn into muddd!

Cheers!
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It looked pretty good here tonight...

Very nice! Just enough cloud to make pretty.
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Ohmns for my GS Elijah. He was sick all day. Just got back from urgent care. They gave him a little over a bag of fluids and med for tummy. He has an elevated pancreas count. We leave in the morning heading home to the s&b.

Oh, poor guy! It's a worry for all of you, so here goes my ommms-generator, firing on all cylinders. Many ommms for the best outcome.
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I should have some copies of my GD's book (illustrations at least) with us when we get to Dead Horse Ranch. She has taken on another illustration job for a different auther. She hopes that work will be done in 6 - 8 months (12 - 15 illustrations).

Her current book "Camels Don't Need Fancy Gowns" is available on Amazon in case you can't connect with Mary Ann and I for a signed copy. A book signing is in the works (see attachment).

If you have a mailing address (that's for the full-timers out there), we can mail you a signed copy of the book.
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Shara and Dwayne.
When I got back to Ft Huachuca yesterday i found a whole lot of Leverite......
Thanks for helping me identify it yesterday. Be safe..... Hope you find more flakes..




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Shara and Dwayne.
When I got back to Ft Huachuca yesterday i found a whole lot of Leverite......
Thanks for helping me identify it yesterday. Be safe..... Hope you find more flakes..


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So did ya leave er right there where she lay...
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Lol! Now I have to go look up leverite.
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Lol! Now I have to go look up leverite.

Steve got it.
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Lol! Now I have to go look up leverite.

Me too! Not Fool's Gold, is it?
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So did ya leave er right there where she lay...

My yard is mostly leverite. But I am entertained by some puterite that's a temporary centerpiece.
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Oh, poor guy! It's a worry for all of you, so here goes my ommms-generator, firing on all cylinders. Many ommms for the best outcome.

X2 Dale and Deb. Hope you can crank up your auto-spoil-omometer real soon!
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X2 Dale and Deb. Hope you can crank up your auto-spoil-omometer real soon!
Yep. What he and all have said.. many ommms!
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But i sure like purty rocks. No matter what their mineral dna
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