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Old 03-18-2016, 10:55 PM   #52585
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Never underestimate the fury of a Arkansas storm! I thought we had survived untouched, till a friend sent me this picture of my deer stand.

That is one sloppy construction job. A 4 year old could do better with Tinker Toys.
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Old 03-18-2016, 11:24 PM   #52586
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Start the oohhmm meter shara has pneumonia.
Shara! Now cut that out!!! You are supposed to be getting better, not older. Please rest, take your medicine and vitamins and let us hear that you are back in the pink ASAP. Jade, give Momma lots of healing kisses.
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Old 03-19-2016, 12:17 AM   #52587
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Never underestimate the fury of a Arkansas storm! I thought we had survived untouched, till a friend sent me this picture of my deer stand.

Oh no! The deer are safe to a bit!
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Old 03-19-2016, 12:18 AM   #52588
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Get better! To many things to see and places to go. Ohmns!
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Old 03-19-2016, 03:15 AM   #52589
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Hmm, looking at your deer stand from this angle Tim, it looks more like a club house. Did you just repurpose something you made in your first childhood? Sorry to see your boyhood dreams have come crashing down.
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Old 03-19-2016, 05:33 AM   #52590
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For RVM's that are interested, the most popular form of motive power for class A;s is a vehicle with J - E - E - P on the back of it. We just ran a 4 day survey of the west bound MH's on IH-10 between Santa Anna, Ca and Beaumont, Tx and the majority were pushed by this brand of automobile. Now I know that the JEEP affecanotios (SP) want to know which JEEP, ie: Wrangler, Renegade, or whatever, BUT for the un-iniated, like me, it was the JEEP with vertical slates in the grill just like the Popemobile. At my age, I thought I was doing good to realize that they were JEEPS.

I just thought that Enquirieng (SP) minds might enjoy that little tidbit of information.

We went threw Quartzlite on March 13th and we were amazed at how deserted it was, we thought their would still be a lot of people their.

For the last nine years we have traveled with the MH and this was our first and last trip in a car. I don't like having to eat, pee, or sleep where someone else has decided I should, we felt very constrained. We couldn't even stop for a nap without paying some rediculas (SP) fee to use some motel's bed. The idea of living out of a suitcase now seems so far fetched. How could anyone call that a vacation? I'm addicted to getting up in the morning, walking 12', making my own cup of tea, sit in my own living room, and enjoy the morning.

Well - I'd better put this soap box up for a-while.

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Started on facebook yesterday.... More power here....ohmmmmmm



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Old 03-19-2016, 08:00 AM   #52592
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Was that the Sunday night storm? Sorry Tim.....



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For RVM's that are interested, the most popular form of motive power for class A;s is a vehicle with J - E - E - P on the back of it. We just ran a 4 day survey of the west bound MH's on IH-10 between Santa Anna, Ca and Beaumont, Tx and the majority were pushed by this brand of automobile. Now I know that the JEEP affecanotios (SP) want to know which JEEP, ie: Wrangler, Renegade, or whatever, BUT for the un-iniated, like me, it was the JEEP with vertical slates in the grill just like the Popemobile. At my age, I thought I was doing good to realize that they were JEEPS.

I just thought that Enquirieng (SP) minds might enjoy that little tidbit of information.

We went threw Quartzlite on March 13th and we were amazed at how deserted it was, we thought their would still be a lot of people their.

For the last nine years we have traveled with the MH and this was our first and last trip in a car. I don't like having to eat, pee, or sleep where someone else has decided I should, we felt very constrained. We couldn't even stop for a nap without paying some rediculas (SP) fee to use some motel's bed. The idea of living out of a suitcase now seems so far fetched. How could anyone call that a vacation? I'm addicted to getting up in the morning, walking 12', making my own cup of tea, sit in my own living room, and enjoy the morning.

Well - I'd better put this soap box up for a-while.

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Oh so good to hear from you.....





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Old 03-19-2016, 08:21 AM   #52594
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I'm not sure when it happened, after the hail and tornados went through I had spoke to a man that didn't live far from there and he reported light hail and low wind. But you know storms, just across the road complete home or deer stands can be destroyed.

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Hey Bob (Teffy), nice hearing from you. Don't know where you went but wish we had known. Might have been a visit with family in CA.

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So we had an interesting week. I wasn't feeling great on Tuesday morning, dizzy and disoriented. Nevertheless, I drove to the city 70 miles away where I supervise one of my teams. I started feeling worse, and then, all of a sudden, I couldn't talk and my attempt at typing was gibberish. My right side wasn't working right and the dizziness got worse. I should have called 911, but being the stubborn cuss that I am, I drove home and went to the urgent care facility near my home. They took one look and said I needed to go to the hospital, and took my car keys away. I went to the hospital and got the card that said "don't pass go, proceed directly to the scanner". Lo and behold, I have a brain!

All the symptoms were resolving, but they admitted me. In short order I saw the neurologist, cardiologist, hospitalist, nutritionist, pharmacist, occupational, speech and physical therapists, a social worker, two ultrasound techs and a couple of nurses. I can't even imagine what the bill is going to be. I only stayed one night, and went back to work on Thursday. I was so exhausted I worked from home yesterday.

They're perplexed, because they said my risk factors are practically nil. No family history, arteries are clear, cholesterol is 99, blood sugars are normal, and my blood pressure is low.

I now take an 81mg aspirin every day. I'm feeling better, but the emotional toll is rough.
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I'm not sure when it happened, after the hail and tornados went through I had spoke to a man that didn't live far from there and he reported light hail and low wind. But you know storms, just across the road complete home or deer stands can be destroyed.

Morning Bob and Teffy

So shocked to see this picture... Hope you can get it rebuilt..

I have not been on too much lately, but saw you asked about Ann a while back.. She has gotten out of the house a few times this week, but still has a ways to go to get strength back... I think she will recover by the Aug trip to Maine... I was hopping for a Horse back ride on the "Dead Horse", but that will have to wait...
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Shara! Now cut that out!!! You are supposed to be getting better, not older. Please rest, take your medicine and vitamins and let us hear that you are back in the pink ASAP. Jade, give Momma lots of healing kisses.

Shara, we are adding many Ohmmmsss for you & X 2 for Barb's advice...
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