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Old 04-03-2016, 03:00 PM   #53047
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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
Oh goodness... on the way to church this AM, running up 169 hiway, we saw a bounder with the co pilot side front bay door still up and the tray had slid part way out... had to make a big scene to get them to realize they had a problem.... after honking at them and flashing our lights and wild gestures... they pulled over so I gave them a big thumbs up out the window for them to know they were doing the right thing... I just wonder how much cargo they had lost...
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Old 04-03-2016, 03:04 PM   #53048
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Dwayne... if you are going through KC... Phone me! or ping me via FB...
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Old 04-03-2016, 03:16 PM   #53049
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Oh goodness... on the way to church this AM, running up 169 hiway, we saw a bounder with the co pilot side front bay door still up and the tray had slid part way out... had to make a big scene to get them to realize they had a problem.... after honking at them and flashing our lights and wild gestures... they pulled over so I gave them a big thumbs up out the window for them to know they were doing the right thing... I just wonder how much cargo they had lost...
Wonder which one of us it was...
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Old 04-03-2016, 03:53 PM   #53050
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Have a blast with the kiddos, Ed and Jackie! POINH
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Old 04-03-2016, 04:26 PM   #53051
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I've done more. In 24 hours we went from ct to wyoming in 48 hours once it just depends on how I feel. Don't think today is the 800 mile day not up to it.

When you get to CT, please let me know, i will need a mailing address, i have some glass beads to send to Shara



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Have landed, and it is clear and warm at Dead Horse. Waiting patiently for all you Mutants to come roaring in.

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Old 04-03-2016, 06:07 PM   #53053
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Have landed, and it is clear and warm at Dead Horse. Waiting patiently for all you Mutants to come roaring in.

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Old 04-03-2016, 06:18 PM   #53054
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Finally got the moose rack hung.



The oil painting was done by my aunt. She never had a lesson and just picked it up later in life. She did such a great job until she had a stroke. This is the one that she had painted for my mom, her sister. We moved it to hang under the moose.
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Old 04-03-2016, 06:23 PM   #53055
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Finally got the moose rack hung.



The oil painting was done by my aunt. She never had a lesson and just picked it up later in life. She did such a great job until she had a stroke. This is the one that she had painted for my mom, her sister. We moved it to hang under the moose.
Nice choice. Makes it a very special place.
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Old 04-03-2016, 06:44 PM   #53056
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Tick Tock!
Won't be long now.
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I have it on good authority that Mel and Kate have landed at DHRSP a day early. Possum and Pogo are there and last I heard Dennis was chasing them and said they went the wrong way. I suspect that between Jim and Paula and Dennis and Denise they will be thoroughly greeted.

I'm about 10 miles from there, but don't check in until tomorrow. Any of you STMs that are headed up AZ-260 from I-17 should honk and wave when you pass Thousand Trails Rd. We are just off to your right about 1/3 mile until noon tomorrow.

Are you ready to PAR-TEH???
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Possum got here just before us, and was hooking up as we came in. Looks like I will have Steve by me in space 100. Looking forward to meeting new to me Mutants.
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I have it on good authority that Mel and Kate have landed at DHRSP a day early. Possum and Pogo are there and last I heard Dennis was chasing them and said they went the wrong way. I suspect that between Jim and Paula and Dennis and Denise they will be thoroughly greeted.

I'm about 10 miles from there, but don't check in until tomorrow. Any of you STMs that are headed up AZ-260 from I-17 should honk and wave when you pass Thousand Trails Rd. We are just off to your right about 1/3 mile until noon tomorrow.

Are you ready to PAR-TEH???

More than ready, Sis!
Are the rest of them ready? Kimono on Wednesday


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Yea, but 800 miles in a day is quite a journey!

But that is why I said to "slow down." Sheesh!
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