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Old 05-13-2016, 07:46 AM   #54475
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Another member of the Arkansas Contingent.. lol.

Kris... the apparent connection to Tim has not gone unnoticed. However, we won't hold it against you because Mary is wonderful.

Welcome BillyandKris... I assume you will soon be awarded the coveted RVM # soon.

I am glad to have another Arkansas resident sign up. Tim & Mary, Di & Larry, and Ann & I have had some wonderful mini & midi curiosities with some mutants as they travel the I-40 interstate as they move from coast to coast...

We hope you can join us when you can...

We also hope to see you in Maine and the soon to be planned Texas gatherings...

We had to ask if we could join with a "MICRO Winnie", it is the Class B Van RV and as such we have to "Look UP" to all the "Big Dogs" Class A's... I am sure we will "Look UP" to your 5er too...
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:56 AM   #54476
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We had to ask if we could join with a "MICRO Winnie", it is the Class B Van RV and as such we have to "Look UP" to all the "Big Dogs" Class A's... I am sure we will "Look UP" to your 5er too...
I believe one can mutate in any type of vehicle. Your vehicle type is certainly no entry requirement.
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:12 AM   #54477
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I believe one can mutate in any type of vehicle. Your vehicle type is certainly no entry requirement.
Thats what I was told... And I have enjoyed parking my "MICRO" close by the "BIG BOYS" Giant Class A's... I can almost put ours in their basement storage bins...

I could probably win the "Smallest" RV contest...
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:19 AM   #54478
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Thats what I was told... And I have enjoyed parking my "MICRO" close by the "BIG BOYS" Giant Class A's... I can almost put ours in their basement storage bins...

I could probably win the "Smallest" RV contest...
Yes, Richard and Ann, you certainly have Barb and me beat out in that category!
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:22 AM   #54479
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Uh Oh. Put a bucket under it. So is it OK for fifth wheelers (with chunk missing out of the fiberglass front cap) to be an RV Mutant, 2?
Hello Billy and Kris. Study for the test, give yourselves a year or to to memorize, you are from Arkansas, and then answer the questions. No cheating - so don't ask Tim or any of the others from that area as they probably have forgotten the correct answers. They do know the test questions though.

BTW, I'm the only sane one on this thread. Also, once you have been properly assigned a number, you will be given an alternative means of communications. It is that means that you must ask me for my theme song. Everyone loves it, as the love me.

Hopefully a welcome will be in the short coming days, hours, or minutes. I'm sure you are smarter than the "others" from you area.
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:35 AM   #54480
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Yes, Richard and Ann, you certainly have Barb and me beat out in that category!
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Thats what I was told... And I have enjoyed parking my "MICRO" close by the "BIG BOYS" Giant Class A's... I can almost put ours in their basement storage bins...

I could probably win the "Smallest" RV contest...
Actually RVM8 Shadowcache has the smallest RV... it's a teardrop trailer. Doesn't post often but once a mutant, always a mutant!

Then there are a one or two between or without an RV... oh the humanity!

Gotta run... another day of nonsense with FL today. Later mutants!
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Actually RVM8 Shadowcache has the smallest RV... it's a teardrop trailer. Doesn't post often but once a mutant, always a mutant!

Then there are a one or two between or without an RV... oh the humanity!

Gotta run... another day of nonsense with FL today. Later mutants!

Well, I guess I will have to enter a different contest...

BTW, watching GMA today, they featured Glacier National park, one in a "Teardrop" & I think that is a fantastic way to go... They also showed a big tent with tub, commode, stove bed, couch etc... they called that GLAMPING for Glamours Camping...

And to my friend Wayne in Texas, I have been told that if I moved to Texas, I would increase the IQ of BOTH states... LOL

I have a feeling I will pay for that one at the soon to be announced GC in Texas...
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Steve and Annie - - I hope that I caught you in time.

Go down to the hotel pool and seek out 10 - 12 of the most misbehavin' kids you can find. Explain to their parents that you want to rent them for a special mission.

Take the kids to the waiting room and showroom of the FL. Explain to the kids that they can do anything except leave the building or break something (that you might have to pay for).

In a few minutes you will see Bonita entering the repair shop with 7 -8 technicians surrounding it. You'll be out of there by noon CT.

Sorry that I didn't think of this on Wednesday afternoon.
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Steve and Annie - - I hope that I caught you in time.

Go down to the hotel pool and seek out 10 - 12 of the most misbehavin' kids you can find. Explain to their parents that you want to rent them for a special mission.

Take the kids to the waiting room and showroom of the FL. Explain to the kids that they can do anything except leave the building or break something (that you might have to pay for).

In a few minutes you will see Bonita entering the repair shop with 7 -8 technicians surrounding it. You'll be out of there by noon CT.

Sorry that I didn't think of this on Wednesday afternoon.
This sounds like a voice of experience suggestion, Papaw Steve Not that you have used your own DGK . (Delightful Grand Kids) They are much too well behaved.

I think your plan has merit. I would add a few hungry infants to your terrorizing flash mob. You might even negotiate a refund of what Flaggstaff FL charged you to injure poor Bonita if you play your cards right.
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Old 05-13-2016, 10:05 AM   #54484
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Well, I guess I will have to enter a different contest...

BTW, watching GMA today, they featured Glacier National park, one in a "Teardrop" & I think that is a fantastic way to go... They also showed a big tent with tub, commode, stove bed, couch etc... they called that GLAMPING for Glamours Camping...

And to my friend Wayne in Texas, I have been told that if I moved to Texas, I would increase the IQ of BOTH states... LOL

I have a feeling I will pay for that one at the soon to be announced GC in Texas...
Dont worry RiChard, you'll have to explain it to him!


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Steve and Annie - - I hope that I caught you in time.

Go down to the hotel pool and seek out 10 - 12 of the most misbehavin' kids you can find. Explain to their parents that you want to rent them for a special mission.

Take the kids to the waiting room and showroom of the FL. Explain to the kids that they can do anything except leave the building or break something (that you might have to pay for).

In a few minutes you will see Bonita entering the repair shop with 7 -8 technicians surrounding it. You'll be out of there by noon CT.

Sorry that I didn't think of this on Wednesday afternoon.
Papa Steve I can remember buying a couple vehicles in the past, once with my boys opening and slamming the desk and file drawers in sales office and another where they were climbing in all the showroom vehicles! Normally I would have put a stop to that behavior but I had "The Deal" going my way!
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Can I suggest we add "service shop genius" to Papawto5's qualifications along with his other duties and notes.
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Oh yes, I remember going on cheap vacations for timeshares with 4 towheads in tow.. one always got carsick and that put a quick end to any sales pitch! LOL! With so many littles with us... we did vacations on the cheap, and would stay at the timeshare and rent a couple canoes on one day and do a float, and the next we would talk the bus driver into picking us up or dropping us off with 6 cheap drug store air mattresses and we would float the same river that way. (The first day was a scouting adventure to see if there were too many snakes, and if it was deep enough to run the air mattresses over and where we would need to pick them up and carry them to avoid popping one...). Too much competition with the canoes and the float would never take log enough, but the air mattresses were really a relaxing ride...
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Oh yes, I remember going on cheap vacations for timeshares with 4 towheads in tow.. one always got carsick and that put a quick end to any sales pitch! LOL! With so many littles with us... we did vacations on the cheap, and would stay at the timeshare and rent a couple canoes on one day and do a float, and the next we would talk the bus driver into picking us up or dropping us off with 6 cheap drug store air mattresses and we would float the same river that way. (The first day was a scouting adventure to see if there were too many snakes, and if it was deep enough to run the air mattresses over and where we would need to pick them up and carry them to avoid popping one...). Too much competition with the canoes and the float would never take log enough, but the air mattresses were really a relaxing ride...
Snakes keep popping up with youse! Lol.
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Can I suggest we add "service shop genius" to Papawto5's qualifications along with his other duties and notes.
Yes!!!
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