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Old 03-23-2016, 11:43 PM   #52725
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Hi Muties. Kate and I are just checking in. We are departing on Monday (after closing on our house at 9:00 am) for Weatherford where we will get our Ready Brute Elite tow system installed on Arrow. Then we shall mosey on out to Dead Horse Ranch. We're looking forward to seeing some of youse there!

We are also entertaining the idea of going to Bah Harbah in August. Dave, will they allow our 16 year old coach at the RV Park there?
Congrats on the house sale, and best wishes that all goes well on Monday. What an exciting time -- and how exhausting a time getting there! Will sure miss you at Dead Horse, and all the excitement around your launch.

Hope to see you at Bah Hahbah!!!
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:47 PM   #52726
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Morning sun rise
Fantastic shot, Dwayne! It's a vicarious thrill, cuz I ain't up that early any more!
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:53 PM   #52727
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Well, went out to Honey to go get the bottle of ant bait out of her, saw something in the toilet... oh ew.... I left pink stuff in the bowl to protect the seals... 2 mice drowned in there... making me wonder what might be under the hood or dog house.....saw no other evidence of mousies where I looked , but was in a hurry... gotta get to w*#k soon... I'll have to do a more thorough inspection tomorrow.
Oh icky! Burial at sea, eh? X-ing fingers there aren't more where those came from!

We seem to have brought along our contingent from home. Field mice seem right at home in this house.
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:57 PM   #52728
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We spent last weekend in the Tri-Cities in Washington (Kennewick, Richland, & Pasco). While geocaching, we came across this sign. Thought you'd enjoy it.

Does that go for Dead ones too? Bit of a struggle. 😕
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:10 AM   #52729
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Oh icky! Burial at sea, eh? X-ing fingers there aren't more where those came from!

We seem to have brought along our contingent from home. Field mice seem right at home in this house.
Gotta second ^^^
I guess the Plano meeces were tucked away elsewhere when we left. So far, no inteuders, freeloaders or interlopers. But, the journey IS the destination!
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:17 AM   #52730
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Hi Ho Dave and Deb...
The VA Regional Office for VA Home Loans was headquartered in Waco. Never really gave the place much of a look. Dr. Pepper Museum, Texas Rangers Hall of Fame (as in Walker Tx Ranger), a restaurant on the river that may not be there now. And of course that Underwriter I had to kiss to get my first home loan.

Nice job showing mutants some of the beauty Texas mutants love - and some from SD!
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:19 AM   #52731
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Fantastic shot, Dwayne! It's a vicarious thrill, cuz I ain't up that early any more!
And been meaning to say Dwayne - it looked a lot different here lol. Don't ya love seeing mutant journey pics! ?
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:23 AM   #52732
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Springtime in Phoenix means lots of pretty flowering plants. This bush across the street is ablaze with blooms. Attachment 122077
Barb.. there's an adobe or some kind of wall around a house near here that's covered in one area. Really interesting where you find this beauty somtimes.
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I almost think I know something, then realize I don't.... You all keep me in the confusion.... Enjoy life! I got to get some sleep.... So will do more figuring tomorrow...
Here's what I'm doing. I am admitting that it's just not my problem. Lol.

Confusion - Curiosity - it's all good.
So whatcha doing in August? Come on up to Maine (or PEI or both.) I've heard it's going to be awesome and there will be lobstah and chowdah. It's a start. No?
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:56 AM   #52734
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She is still sick. But Today is the first day she it staying in bed
Ommms for Shara - pneumonia is a leading cause of not breathing - ranked 15th in doing ya in... not to be taken lightly.
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Ommms to any North Texas (Plano and surrounding) re: hail and wind storm. Yikes.
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Old 03-24-2016, 08:27 AM   #52736
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There are lots of bougainvillea around Yuma, shedding their dried blossoms to drift around on the breeze and-- across sidewalks, into buildings, onto cars. I think they're pretty, but I'm told some parks don't allow them. They call them "dirty" plants. Go figgah!
I can remember Mimosa trees in every yard when I was a kid, but I seldom see them anymore. I'm guessing they have the same reputation since their flowers and seed pods leave yards littered with biological trash. I miss them.

The dessert is much less bleak and harsh because of the Bougainvillea. I hope it doesn't disappear, too. There is a price for beauty that some are willing to pay.
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Ommms to any North Texas (Plano and surrounding) re: hail and wind storm. Yikes.
Hmm, there is something familiar about hail and wind in the Spring. I'm thinking I'm glad not to be there now. One report estimated $600 million in damages from a previous storm in the DFW area. No wonder our insurance rates keep getting higher. Sure glad I no longer have a S&B in tornado alley.
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I have a cousin that has lived in North Pole for years. Would love to go that way.

For the coveted mutant number, please tell us one thing that your RV does not have and you don't miss. When you do that you will only have one more thing left. Quote after me, "The journey is the the destination!"
Hey, I think I know your cousin. Was his nickname "Santa?"
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