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Old 03-13-2016, 09:11 PM   #52501
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Attention Dale and Deb!

I had intended to reply some time back on one of your post but failed to hit quote.

So just for clarification my picture in my shop was of a deer, a John Deere and it was holding up a hog, a bushhog!

Hope the snow is manageable for y'all!
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Old 03-13-2016, 10:55 PM   #52502
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Old 03-14-2016, 12:21 AM   #52504
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Attention Dale and Deb!

I had intended to reply some time back on one of your post but failed to hit quote.

So just for clarification my picture in my shop was of a deer, a John Deere and it was holding up a hog, a bushhog!

Hope the snow is manageable for y'all!
So you are explaining Arkie slang to folks from Idaho? This should prove interesting?
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So you are explaining Arkie slang to folks from Idaho? This should prove interesting?
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Yea, no damage to the S&B. It was about 50 feet in front of the house. More of a major inconvenience since the phone lines and internets all need to be raised back up off the ground. Probably not till Monday at the earliest.
Carl, trees are nasty things. Then can jump out and get you, especially when you are in a motorhome. Just ask Martin.
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Old 03-14-2016, 11:04 AM   #52508
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Carl, trees are nasty things. Then can jump out and get you, especially when you are in a motorhome. Just ask Martin.
I went back and watched it fall on the security camera. There was no wind, it just decided to fall down. There will be a number of them removed in the next week or so

The good news is all the crews showed up, fixed up the cable wire, replaced all the phone wires with brand new runs, all is good!
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I went back and watched it fall on the security camera. There was no wind, it just decided to fall down. There will be a number of them removed in the next week or so

The good news is all the crews showed up, fixed up the cable wire, replaced all the phone wires with brand new runs, all is good!
Did you ask the crew if they repaired RV ladders?
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Did you ask the crew if they repaired RV ladders?

Now, Wayne, this is getting personal!
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My dear RV Mutants, I have very sad news. Russ Tanner (RVM125 Inyo Driver) has passed away. His wife Myrna called to let me know, through her tears, how grateful she and Rusty were for the loving camaraderie and friendship of all RVMs. We all meant very much to them.
Dunner, please look for Rusty and give him a ride on the dunes. He'll give you a fine ride in the cab of Inyo in return.
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Tim, that's a fine looking stand. My daddy used to go duck hunting with my uncle. They never brought a duck home. I think it had something to do with all the Wild Turkey they found.

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I was hoping to go thru Carson City, NV on the trip back north so that I could met Russ and Myrna and see the trains. RIP Russ! Show Dunner how much fun he can have with trains, but watch out! He may want to modify them to increase their speed.
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