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Old 05-02-2016, 08:52 AM   #54041
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I'll give you and Mary Ann a standing ovation for the job you did on Tucson for everything except the weather. But this group has a way of finding less than the best weather so I won't blame that on you. I've heard southern AZ only has 2 weeks of winter and one of them happened to find us in Tucson. and Rockport and Hot Springs I'm just hoping no Typhoons in Aug 2017
Barb, ya gotta admit ... Dead Horse Ranch weather was perfect.

We're in love with the Cottonwood and Prescott areas.
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:58 AM   #54042
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There is no question that you can spend mega $$$ here, but oh the fun you can have.

It's the big kid Ron's first time, he is having a blast.

Mickey ears will be had, Sue got a pair that light up for the fireworks shoe last night.

Hmm do I wake everyone up so we can be the first ones into the park, or let them sleep??
Oh you wake 'em up for sure. They'll thank you later. They can sleep back at home!

Great pic, Ed! You and Jackie look like happy campers ... enjoying life.
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:00 AM   #54043
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What about San Antonio? We are checking out Fredricksburg; that might be a possible spot too.
And Kerrville would be a great spot in maybe March or very early April.
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:00 AM   #54044
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I am a Mutant too

1986 Foretravel
No slides, no towed, no need to plug in, no problem. We like it simple and straight forward. No guessing, no head shaking, no worries. When things get complicated, complicated things go wrong.
We love our simple life. I am glad to meet so may other RV Mutants. We thought we were alone.
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:13 AM   #54045
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1986 Foretravel
No slides, no towed, no need to plug in, no problem. We like it simple and straight forward. No guessing, no head shaking, no worries. When things get complicated, complicated things go wrong.
We love our simple life. I am glad to meet so may other RV Mutants. We thought we were alone.
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Well, howdy and welcome to the Mutantville, KV! You have found a teriffic group here. They will start chiming in with welcomes any minute ... after they've had their first cuppa go juice.

Joining this whacky bunch involves a rigorous test: You must declare what you don't have that you don't need on you RV (which you have already done), and you must declare that the journey is the destination. Then the powers that be (aka the Grand Poobah and the Great Potentate) will declare your official RVMutant status and give you the coveted RVM number. I predict that this will happen before noon today. (But I'm in Arizona, where they don't observe daylight saving time, so can't say for sure whose noontime they will observe.)

Hope you will share more about you!

Welcome!!!
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:44 AM   #54046
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Welcome to the RVMdom Kalen!

As Mel mentioned - you have met half of the grueling membership requirements.
Declare the Journey is the Destination and you will be officially registered as RVM136!

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Old 05-02-2016, 10:10 AM   #54047
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Welcome to the RVMdom Kalen!

As Mel mentioned - you have met half of the grueling membership requirements.
Declare the Journey is the Destination and you will be officially registered as RVM136!

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Nice, you met the noon deadline set by Mel

Welcome Kalen, don't let the vigorous tests discourage you, the fun is only just beginning
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Old 05-02-2016, 10:11 AM   #54048
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Probably just a finger slide but it's Fort Wilderness...
Someone asked for a pic....
Looking good!! Enjoy your week!!
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Old 05-02-2016, 10:13 AM   #54049
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We are SO happy you have united with other declared RV Mutants. Joining was easy, keeping up with these nutty people is the difficult part.
Now we are no longer the newest rookies!
Have fun! Drive safely.
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Old 05-02-2016, 10:37 AM   #54050
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Barb and MPH you keep forgetting about us from Kanuckistan and parts north, when you plan these little soirees in the south. Y'all make the sound so wonderful and so warming (which is proven to be the case) but you keep planning for times that make us way uppa here having to travel through ice and snow and blizzards and dodging reindeer to get to join in the fun. (Starting to feel guilty yet?) We wouldn't wanna be responsible for running over the red nosed one , the other eight and the fat guy inna sleigh as we wheel our way south in a blinding nor'easter.

We need a master of navigation set in place to decide when a venue is OK for all to attend or you start up a collection to get money set aside for Denise and I (Right Honourable RVM's 40 and 40A) to use to enable us to spend from September on in the south. Wayne offered us the use of his driveway but we'd get nosebleeds from the elevation change walking from the kitchen to the bedroom, so that's out.

Although we could even it all out for the north to south ramble by holding a GC in Bozeman MT in January and I could suggest Bear canyon Campground as a venue. Hockey could be added to the mutant Olympics, Bobsled, Pairs and Single Figure Skating, and maybe Jam can Curling? What say you lot???
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We love our simple life. I am glad to meet so may other RV Mutants. We thought we were alone.
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WELCOME ABOARD, don't be shy and whatever you do, don't ask Wayne for his Theme Song!!!!!
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We love our simple life. I am glad to meet so may other RV Mutants. We thought we were alone.
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As the PRESUMPTIVE RVM136, it would be great to know your names & where you are from (or FullTime )...

We are Richard & Ann from Arkansas & we extend a very warm Mutant welcome once you declare that "The Journey is the Destination"...
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Barb, ya gotta admit ... Dead Horse Ranch weather was perfect.

We're in love with the Cottonwood and Prescott areas.
So true! A first for RVM GCs -- no adverse weather.
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Barb and MPH you keep forgetting about us from Kanuckistan and parts north, when you plan these little soirees in the south. Y'all make the sound so wonderful and so warming (which is proven to be the case) but you keep planning for times that make us way uppa here having to travel through ice and snow and blizzards and dodging reindeer to get to join in the fun. (Starting to feel guilty yet?) We wouldn't wanna be responsible for running over the red nosed one , the other eight and the fat guy inna sleigh as we wheel our way south in a blinding nor'easter.

We need a master of navigation set in place to decide when a venue is OK for all to attend or you start up a collection to get money set aside for Denise and I (Right Honourable RVM's 40 and 40A) to use to enable us to spend from September on in the south. Wayne offered us the use of his driveway but we'd get nosebleeds from the elevation change walking from the kitchen to the bedroom, so that's out.

Although we could even it all out for the north to south ramble by holding a GC in Bozeman MT in January and I could suggest Bear canyon Campground as a venue. Hockey could be added to the mutant Olympics, Bobsled, Pairs and Single Figure Skating, and maybe Jam can Curling? What say you lot???
Possum, Possum... you just don't understand.... Texas gets in the hundreds in the rest of the year when RVM0 is making his rounds... Heck, Steve's party in Rockport was kind of cold and rainy in November, and that's coastal in the gulf down by Corpus Christie....While that's not so bad for mutant mega meals if there's a building with heat to meet in to eat...Poor Steve was out there with his smoker in the cold n rain trying to smoke a bunch of really tasty grub for us... Most of the mutants tend to be sun/heat seekers...
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