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Old 04-02-2016, 10:09 PM   #53033
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Welcome RVM 133 Victorious88 to our maniac group of mutants. If you ever get to Idaho, look us up.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:11 PM   #53034
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Welcome RVM 133 Victorious88 to our maniac group of mutants. If you ever get to Idaho, look us up.
How deep... ?
Is the heard still hanging close by?
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:13 PM   #53035
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Good morning, Victoria!
You have passed the dreadful test, which pays the outrageous RVM dues for life, and are now RV Mutant #133!
You are now free to roam the Rainbow at your leisure and join in on the semi-insanity that thrives here in RVMdom.
RVMs, please welcome Victoria, RVM133.


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Welcome to RVMdom Victoria, aka Victorious88 and forever to be known as RVM #133!! Ride the the RAINBOW at your liesure!

(p.s. I'da said "Ride the RAINBOW at will!", but Timmy gets mixed up on which will I mean.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:21 PM   #53036
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Bother's me when you post that list... makes me wonder where so many are that never say boo anymore....

boo anymore....

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Old 04-02-2016, 10:29 PM   #53037
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How deep... ?
Is the heard still hanging close by?
Most of the snow is gone except where it is shaded by pine & fir trees. Dale tried to get out in back of our place but it was still about 1 1/2 ft in places.

The grass on the meadow is getting real green. Saw deer for the first time the other day. Today, 21 elk and 4 deer!

Dales busy making wood for next winter. Almost has ours done but still has the neighbors to do too. It's been pretty easy this year as there was a lot of trees that came down this winter in storms.

My dad goes to a cardiologist next week. We'll find out how serious his afib is then. He is trying to adjust to no rig to drive and it's been hard. We live an hour and a half away so we go down about once or twice a week.

Hey all you Dead Horse mutants--- please lots of pictures for us that can't be there and have lots of fun!
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:37 PM   #53038
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Bother's me when you post that list... makes me wonder where so many are that never say boo anymore....
Oops....BOO!


Thoughts, prayers and Ommmmmms for your niece and her family on the lost of the new born.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:42 PM   #53039
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Most of the snow is gone except where it is shaded by pine & fir trees. Dale tried to get out in back of our place but it was still about 1 1/2 ft in places.

The grass on the meadow is getting real green. Saw deer for the first time the other day. Today, 21 elk and 4 deer!

Dales busy making wood for next winter. Almost has ours done but still has the neighbors to do too. It's been pretty easy this year as there was a lot of trees that came down this winter in storms.

My dad goes to a cardiologist next week. We'll find out how serious his afib is then. He is trying to adjust to no rig to drive and it's been hard. We live an hour and a half away so we go down about once or twice a week.

Hey all you Dead Horse mutants--- please lots of pictures for us that can't be there and have lots of fun!
Ommms for dad.

Sounds like winter is trying to wind down. And not sure how the numbers line historically but 21 elk seems to be a good number. I saw the heard gathered in Jackson's Hole one year. Not sure of the number but it's startling.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:45 PM   #53040
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Well, the weekend didn't go as planned. We headed out yesterday, and had a beautiful evening and day today. Then high winds started blowing (60 mph gusts). We brought in the slides - I was worried about the slide toppers. Then branches started breaking off of the trees we were under. Several branches landed on the roof. After climbing up in the approaching darkness to assess the damage (scratches), we decided to pull up stakes and head home. Thankfully, we camped close to home, but the drive home was not pleasant.
Hate to hear that ladies but it sounds like you might be up to the challenge of a GC! Seriously check that roof over good when you can and let your insurance do its job!


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OHHHHH....it does feel sooooo good to get moving again!

We are set up at the Stagecoach RV Park in St. Augustine, FL for 3 nights. Not a bad little place. Nothing very fancy at all but close to the sights of the area.

We dodged any serious weather but had a couple times we thought we were on a 3 lane parking lot. All part of the fun. LOL

Now...over the next couple weeks we dive back into the relatively cold weather after 5 months of wearing shorts.
Wonderful, now I can't get rid of the picture of Don's legs in shorts, hi Sandee!

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Welcome to RVMdom Victoria, aka Victorious88 and forever to be known as RVM #133!! Ride the the RAINBOW at your liesure!

(p.s. I'da said "Ride the RAINBOW at will!", but Timmy gets mixed up on which will I mean.
Ken knows about riding at "Liesure". I hear he has a whole wardrobe of "Liesure Suits"

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Most of the snow is gone except where it is shaded by pine & fir trees. Dale tried to get out in back of our place but it was still about 1 1/2 ft in places.

The grass on the meadow is getting real green. Saw deer for the first time the other day. Today, 21 elk and 4 deer!

Dales busy making wood for next winter. Almost has ours done but still has the neighbors to do too. It's been pretty easy this year as there was a lot of trees that came down this winter in storms.

My dad goes to a cardiologist next week. We'll find out how serious his afib is then. He is trying to adjust to no rig to drive and it's been hard. We live an hour and a half away so we go down about once or twice a week.

Hey all you Dead Horse mutants--- please lots of pictures for us that can't be there and have lots of fun!
Ha Deb, hi to Dale! Like the new avatar!
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Prayers said and ommmms for your Dad, Deb.



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Also, there are some on here that you should not pay any attention to anything they say. The list is: Oh! Wait! The list is to long so I'll just name the top ten. 1. Tim, 2....well that's enough. I don't want to offend the others by putting them on the same pedestal.

p.s., watch out for these people:

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Modified slightly, but notice the bold print. It seems I was right again, so don't pay attention to anything they say. Don't forget to ask me for my theme song.

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Well, the weekend didn't go as planned. We headed out yesterday, and had a beautiful evening and day today. Then high winds started blowing (60 mph gusts). We brought in the slides - I was worried about the slide toppers. Then branches started breaking off of the trees we were under. Several branches landed on the roof. After climbing up in the approaching darkness to assess the damage (scratches), we decided to pull up stakes and head home. Thankfully, we camped close to home, but the drive home was not pleasant.
Whoa! We did sit out a category 1 hurricane once in an RV park. Personally I think pulling in the slide was the right thing to do. I have don that many a time with high winds. About packing up and driving in that wind - well - you made it safely so good for you. I'd have found a Walmart, Lowes, Target, church, empty building and cuddled the MH up close to a leeward wall.

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Most of the snow is gone except where it is shaded by pine & fir trees. Dale tried to get out in back of our place but it was still about 1 1/2 ft in places.

The grass on the meadow is getting real green. Saw deer for the first time the other day. Today, 21 elk and 4 deer!

Dales busy making wood for next winter. Almost has ours done but still has the neighbors to do too. It's been pretty easy this year as there was a lot of trees that came down this winter in storms.

My dad goes to a cardiologist next week. We'll find out how serious his afib is then. He is trying to adjust to no rig to drive and it's been hard. We live an hour and a half away so we go down about once or twice a week.

Hey all you Dead Horse mutants--- please lots of pictures for us that can't be there and have lots of fun!
Hmm! Interesting to say the least. Does he grunt a lot?

Ohhms and prayers for your dad.
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Kinda like dem dere plaid shorts you've been pictured in here, right Tim??
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Old 04-03-2016, 01:17 AM   #53044
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Ommms for dad.

Sounds like winter is trying to wind down. And not sure how the numbers line historically but 21 elk seems to be a good number. I saw the heard gathered in Jackson's Hole one year. Not sure of the number but it's startling.
They are beautiful creatures and I never tire watching them. I also enjoy them on the dinner table! Thanks for the ommms too.

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Ha Deb, hi to Dale! Like the new avatar!
Thanks. That's Signal the Frog, Groundspeak's icon. A frog for nature and the antenna for technology (gps signal).

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Hmm! Interesting to say the least. Does he grunt a lot?
Ohhms and prayers for your dad.
Ha! No but he has the same problem you do! He calls it hydraulic lifting. lol.

Thanks for the ohmmms for dad. Being the only kid on this side of the country, DH & I are it for caregiving. We are gradually doing things to make life easier fixing some things around the house. Next on our list is checking the bathroom to see about adding some grab bars for safety.
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Well today was fun the passenger side windshield popped out. Not all the way but you could see outside from inside without looking through the windshield. Put it back in and so far it's ok. Covered 500 miles today lol. Tomorrow 800 I hope
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Boo... from Northwest Indiana. .... wish we could join in on the GC.

Do have a vacation just around the corner, taking two grandkids to Disney world, can't wait.
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