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Old 03-03-2016, 12:03 AM   #52179
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May hang on for another day.
Can't get enough of these two.
Also looking for shoes for the front of Gracie.
Your six month clock has lots of remaining time... File a tax extension from here... problem solved.

We don't wanna let ya go home. And I'm going to be off the antibiotics at the highly anticipated, much participated, never duplicated....

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Hey all you mutants out there - I hear there may be some space available ^^^ Tell 'em you're a RVMutant and need a place with the group.
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Old 03-03-2016, 12:08 AM   #52180
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Well played Tim !!!?!
Timmy... teepee flap (deerskin) = nice door. But ya gotta start with a skin... Which BTW - what do you do with the hides?
Hi.. Deb and Dale... how bout that moose hide and the others this year. Will mutants be receiving slippers, wallets, capes, vests etc - ooohhh knife handle...

Pics... ???
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Old 03-03-2016, 08:57 AM   #52181
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Timmy... teepee flap (deerskin) = nice door. But ya gotta start with a skin... Which BTW - what do you do with the hides?
Hi.. Deb and Dale... how bout that moose hide and the others this year. Will mutants be receiving slippers, wallets, capes, vests etc - ooohhh knife handle...

Pics... ???
My deer hides are discarded. My oldest son and I attempted to clean and treat a couple many years ago to make a throw or cover. It's a LOT of work and they still get stiff or loose hair. Wasn't worth the time.

At a former camp where a outhouse was built using concrete form plywood ( has holes drilled in it) at the end of the season we tacked several hides over the holes to cut down on the cool draft. I'm sure the skins really stunk for a while but by the following season the outhouse was nice and cozy all wrapped in deer hide.
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Old 03-03-2016, 09:20 AM   #52182
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Guess who played outside today.

GREAT pictures... Was that Laughlin?? We loved it there many years ago...

These posts really do help us make it through the MANY visits to different Doctors & Tests & new RX... Glad to report things for Ann looking better & hope to see the rainbow after all this rain --- SOON...
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Marty I vote yes!

Well to update everyone on my great outdoor skills I'll give a report on my latest construction project. The barn raising at my sons had come to a halt till building funds build up so I took on a project that I've been planning for some time. I have a deer stand on the highest point on our lease and along a pipeline. Good spot but the stand wasn't big enough to hunt with my grandson.
Now it is! Improved from a 4x4 up to a 4x7' and good tight warm Windows. Had one little problem in my planning. Well the problem was I didn't do any planning. I just made it up as I built. Stand is setting on 15' legs and has stairs leading up to a small porch in front of door. As I was measuring for the door I realized the door wasn't going to open far enough due to porch banister and hand rail! Solution, bi fold door! I really should have been a engineer!

Tim, I love the visual picture you painted!!

You could be the "SOUTHERN Engineer" of the year, LOL
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Marty I vote yes!

Well to update everyone on my great outdoor skills I'll give a report on my latest construction project. The barn raising at my sons had come to a halt till building funds build up so I took on a project that I've been planning for some time. I have a deer stand on the highest point on our lease and along a pipeline. Good spot but the stand wasn't big enough to hunt with my grandson.
Now it is! Improved from a 4x4 up to a 4x7' and good tight warm Windows. Had one little problem in my planning. Well the problem was I didn't do any planning. I just made it up as I built. Stand is setting on 15' legs and has stairs leading up to a small porch in front of door. As I was measuring for the door I realized the door wasn't going to open far enough due to porch banister and hand rail! Solution, bi fold door! I really should have been a engineer!
Arkie engineering is legendary! But where are the photos?
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Arkie engineering is legendary! But where are the photos?

Yep! Mutant lexicon: pics or it never happened.
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GREAT pictures... Was that Laughlin?? We loved it there many years ago...

These posts really do help us make it through the MANY visits to different Doctors & Tests & new RX... Glad to report things for Ann looking better & hope to see the rainbow after all this rain --- SOON...
Thanks

The rainbow is a fun adventure and there are so many cool people aboard. Previous to Yuma where we met Dave and Nola and then Casa Grande where we met Di and Larry the only mutants Denise and I knew were (Dogpatch) Les and Bonnie . Spent a few days with Dave and Nola and had way too much fun. Then had a super fun evening with Di and Larry and that was a mild precursor to the Tucson curiousity.

We were blessed upon arrival and the fun just continued to roll. After a couple of hours it was like we had know everyone a lifetime. Hard to describe how quickly a lasting friendship can develop but it seems the norm with mutantville.

We are presently enjoying the company of Shara and Dwayne and will forever be indebted to them for the help they have been to us. We are again looking forward to meeting up with fellow mutants and meeting new ones. A great adopted family is out there for us to enjoy.

Steve I look forward to imbibing a few with you and we both are looking forward to meeting up again.

BTW an extension cannot be granted from afar we have been informed.
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16 YO DGD and 10 YO GS just got parts in the musical "Bridge to Taribithia" sp. . . . . After seeing the movie, I have no clue as to how they're making it a musical. The Christian Youth Theatre CYT is a wonderful opportunity for kids 6 to 18 to express their artsy-fartsy side. The productions are amazingly good.

Kids can volunteer for every aspect of the production. Sets, music, lighting, sound, costumes, makeup, acting, etc, etc.
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Just hanging out here in Apache Junction. Have just about exhausted our list of things to do and places to visit. We still need to take in a few spring training games during the month of March. Go Reds.

We may need to revisit Florida next winter. Two sets of dear friends seem to be having a difficult time having fun without us. LOL There's a few more things we want to explore in the Sunshine state.

Send us a PM to meet us for a mini-C in the Phoenix area. Of course, Dead Horse Ranch State Park is awaiting our arrival in April.

Travel safe and easy. Healing ohms to you and your family members. MHohms for your ailing rainbow riders.
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We used to turn our hides in for gloves at the recycle center but they stopped that several years ago. Then we saved some for a guy that was tanning them and making native ceremonial outfits. Last year we didn't save any. But the moose horns are mounted!
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We used to turn our hides in for gloves at the recycle center but they stopped that several years ago. Then we saved some for a guy that was tanning them and making native ceremonial outfits. Last year we didn't save any. But the moose horns are mounted!
Mounted, but are they mutant displayed? Lol i.e. Front windshield of MH!
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BTW an extension cannot be granted from afar we have been informed.
Really? wow, do you have to show up in person to file one? I'm asking as I usually file an extension every year here in the US but my tax guy does it, I just have to say "please file an extension".
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Mounted, but are they mutant displayed? Lol i.e. Front windshield of MH!
Still the best theft deterrent I ever saw!
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