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Old 03-15-2016, 12:16 AM   #52529
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Oh, Wayne, I'm sorry...I'm trying not to giggle at that.....I guess I am crass and immature....
but you might consider looking into gluten free if that's a continuing problem in your life for Earlene.
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Old 03-15-2016, 01:09 AM   #52530
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Nah! Only if they are false stores but okay, I'll lay off until the next time.

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OMG! That means there'll be a n.e.x.t. time??? Oh sugar!!!


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Old 03-15-2016, 07:36 AM   #52531
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I think you should know, at the FESWGC Wayne was walking around with a loud case of basement air. I think he had the same ailment at Hail of a GC... oh the humanity.
I too have heard his basement air running, it needs a serious adjustment
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Old 03-15-2016, 11:30 AM   #52533
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I too have heard his basement air running, it needs a serious adjustment
If you call and he asks you to wait while he does something just quickly hang up.
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Old 03-15-2016, 11:57 AM   #52534
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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. ...
Sadly, we all eventually find the end of the rainbow. Best wishes to Myrna for warm and loving memories to protect her heart from the sorrow.
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Old 03-15-2016, 12:31 PM   #52535
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Does Mirna read the thread? If so, our sincere condolences... It has to be one of the hardest things a person can do...letting go of a lifetime partner.
Has anyone posted on the memorial thread?
Someone ought to...Then clue Mirna in on it, it might be meaningful to her.

Mirna is not active here. It was all Russ, and he only had 18 posts, mostly on this thread.
I'm going to wait a while as she goes thru this sad event, and will call her with thanks and regards from all if us.


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Mirna is not active here. It was all Russ, and he only had 18 posts, mostly on this thread.
I'm going to wait a while as she goes thru this sad event, and will call her with thanks and regards from all if us.


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You're a good man Dave, and I'm really glad you got to meet Russ. I went back through my PMS looking for my conversations with him, but apparently I had deleted them. I still had several from Mike (Dunner) that brought a tear to my eye.

The mutant family has a way of getting right into your heart. Sniff. Sniff. :-(
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Yup... I keep most of my mutant mail here....Still have stuff from dunner, even an envelope (with a few seeds left in) it with his handwriting on it!
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Yup... I keep most of my mutant mail here....Still have stuff from dunner, even an envelope (with a few seeds left in) it with his handwriting on it!
Are they cantelope seeds? If so, they are very well traveled. I sent them to Mike from Seattle. Have you had any luck with them?
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I have posted on the passing of Russ on the condolences forum


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Are they cantelope seeds? If so, they are very well traveled. I sent them to Mike from Seattle. Have you had any luck with them?
Not very good... trying again this year. The melons looked different and split too soon, I couldn't tell when they were done, so by the time I decided they must be ready, they split on the bottoms... gonna watch them like I do watermelons and watch for a tendril to dry up on the vine this year...
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You're a good man Dave, and I'm really glad you got to meet Russ. I went back through my PMS looking for my conversations with him, but apparently I had deleted them. I still had several from Mike (Dunner) that brought a tear to my eye. The mutant family has a way of getting right into your heart. Sniff. Sniff. :-(

I also hove some PMs from Mike in my folder..... Regardless, I know I miss Dunner's way of words, and I miss having the words of wisdom, and sometimes the appetite for a strong debate... Never met Russ, but I am sure he will be missed... Condolences go out with many ohms and good vides...
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Okay, I'm just not going to beat around the bush. I'm going to post the content of the email she sent out and add a few things. So here goes:

"So, Wayne just got the MKX out of the body shop a week ago today after having it repaired from the mishap on our way to Tucson. This was a matter of road debris hitting the car as it was being towed behind Citrus. It's very possible that the road debris was the front left jack foot from Citrus. 😖

Today, we were in a left turn lane on Highway 3 in Webster behind another car when a truck heading the opposite direction lost a ladder. The ladder hit the driver's side door of the car in front of us and continued on its way to take out the Lincoln's left side mirror and dent and scratch both left doors. Let's see what we have here: hail damage in Arkansas, bashed driver's side door in Rockport while parked behind Citrus, bashed front from road debris when being towed, and today, attacked by an incoming extension ladder. Wayne said afterwards that we need to find his old Saturn Vue. No one was out to get it.

RVM's -- he is sure to post something about this later on. Just commiserate"

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She forgot to mention, and before Herb jumps in, the tire that got hit by the curb jumping out at it. I told her I'd even take my motorcycle back but she said, "No way!"

Hey, it is what it is and then it is what you make of it. I'm getting to the point where Miya can start hanging her toenails out the back window when she wants to. See if Earlene buys that.
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