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Old 05-05-2016, 05:29 PM   #54195
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:35 PM   #54196
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So... she saw that bottle of cheap bourbon rot gut you drink???
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:58 PM   #54197
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Text in from Mel and Kate...
All I will say is the answer to my 1 word question: Happy???

Was: VERY

Pics are promised later... it was a big day as we all know!
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:03 PM   #54198
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Takes time to move out of one into the other as a few of you know this...
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:19 PM   #54199
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OH sure, now our next "new to us" motorhome will be all anticlimactic!

Just kidding M&K just getting a break from doing repairs to Gracie.

Getting all kinds of little jobs done now that I have her tucked into the back yard.
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:26 PM   #54200
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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!

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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:44 PM   #54201
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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.
Well would ya look at what the cat drug back in!

We have been waiting for your reappearance. Glad ya made it. You have found the RVMdom and went inside anyway - lol - adventurous soul you are. Ever been to that bar in.... Perfect for this group!

I believe it was decided that someone that joined us in Deadhorse (yet to login for formal recognition) was to be RVM136. I'm in a quandary but going to rule that - we notify them there was a mistake made by the temp handling the membership. Their number will be reassigned when needed.

So... welcome RVM136.
Sick em mutants....
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Welcome to mutantdom Kalen Vavia RVM 136. Our members will be along to wish you a hearty hello.

You will find that we joke a lot, support others and lot more, and are famous for being very, very exciting about meeting other mutants.

We live in a small town just north of Indianapolis, IN. We have a S & B abode. We are both retired, have 2 daughters , and have 5 grandkids 6,8,10,13,and 16.

We're attended all of the Grand Curiosity (code words for the meeting of 10 or more mutants in one place).

Okmunky will be along to tell you about our alternate means of conmunication on the internet.

Welcome and travel easy. Congrats on your escape to freedom.
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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.

And free to come and go on our rainbow as you wish...... For awhile we thought we had skeered you off.
Welcome #136 from part of the Arkansas mutantcy.... I am Di, hubby is Zeelarry.... Both retired....



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Old 05-05-2016, 08:25 PM   #54204
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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.
Welcome RVM136, great to see you passed all the strenuous requirements and sure look forwards to seeing you at some gathering or if we happen to be near each other at some point in the future!
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OH sure, now our next "new to us" motorhome will be all anticlimactic!

Just kidding M&K just getting a break from doing repairs to Gracie.

Getting all kinds of little jobs done now that I have her tucked into the back yard.
Much easier when she's so close by!
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Old 05-05-2016, 08:42 PM   #54206
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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.
A most eloquent statement! Congratulation on your graduation from ordinary living to life on the Rainbow! You can expect to receive 2 private messages (PMs) from me about some ways to enhance the RVMdom experience.

Now your mission is twofold -- to keep up with the stabs, jabs and banter of this forum and to meet as many RVMs as possible. In order to fulfill the second part of your mission it is wise to disclose a vague idea of what part of this glorious country is currently enjoying your presence. Tools to assist you will be included in those PMs I'm sending.
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The journey is the destination. Getting there is 95% of the fun. The best part about RVing is that we are on our own travel schedule. No running to catch a plane, we sleep in our own bed every night, we can leave as soon as we want or stay as long as we want, if we don't want to go there we don't have to, if we decide to go there on a whim its more exciting, we are at home wherever we are, and we meet the nicest people along the way. Shunpiking and Boondocking allow us to get the full experience of what it means to be FREE. Free to make our own choices, free to choose our own route, free to live our lives with passion. Free to let our spirits run wild. Free to be.

Whee! and I even got to learn a new word today that I had to get google to assist in looking up! Shunpiking! never heard it before. Now I know!


Oh, and in my excitement of learning a new vocab word, I forgot to say welcome 136!
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Whee! and I even got to learn a new word today that I had to get google to assist in looking up! Shunpiking! never heard it before. Now I know!


Oh, and in my excitement of learning a new vocab word, I forgot to say welcome 136!
That's funny cuz I looked it up too. Interesting about bypassing tolls and all.
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