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Old 06-06-2016, 10:44 PM   #55581
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Old 06-06-2016, 11:18 PM   #55582
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Today was finally sunshine, low 80s, pleasant breeze, and a 3 hour drive on roads mostly new to us in Lancaster County.
"Senior Lunch" (samples at Kitchen Kettle Village) was devine.
Sorry, no pics. Your bait to come here is the above words, and perhaps some comments from Earlene and Wayne (official Lancaster County veteran gawkers and snarfers)

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Yep! Been in that country a few times and once with a great host and hostess. The landscape is wonderful to drive around in. Be careful of the wagons being pulled by horses on all the roads and that is another thing that is exciting. Believe it or not, we took Miya on a horse driven wagon ride. She loved it. The horse didn't mind either. Well worth the visit and don't forget Gettysburg - a lesson in history.

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For those so inclined, the movie our son Kevin Payton was in is available for rent on Amazon. It's called Halleluia: The Devil's Carnival.

Warning, it is NOT PC and is truly strange. Remember, it's only a movie & meant to simply be entertainment.The story line is that the devil is starting a war with God by sending condemned souls back to Heaven via train.

Some quite funny aspects: Paul Sorvino is God, other cast members include David Hasselhoff, Tech N9ne (a rapper, this is the first time he sang. He's the librarian), Adam Pascall (Rent--he's God's #1, his lap dog), Ted Nealy (Jesus Christ Super star--he's the one with the horn in his ear), Barry Bostwick (remember him from Rocky Horror? He's the old dude with the cigarette & the camera).

Kevin is one of the Glad Hands--the guys wearing red kilts & black shirts (not the one in the jacket) seen mostly in the library, but also in the stage area behind the camera. He's the one with the man bun.

The photo is Us with the Darren the director (who directed the first two Saw movies) , Terrence (who wrote the movie, co-wrote the music & stars as the devil), and Chantal Claret & Jimmy Urine (who were the Translators). We met them all at the VEGAS premiere.....as Kevin's mom I got big hugs from them all. They love Kevin!

Rent? Enjoy! I think it's quite amusing.......Attachment 129412

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Congratulations! I'll tell you the definition of PC when we see each other again.
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Old 06-07-2016, 12:57 AM   #55583
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Knowing Dwayne, it will be new pennylike...
Copper color? I like that idea! But I bet Shara has an even better idea. She's one of those artistic types. Not that I'm jealous, well, not too jealous.
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forgot: Movie loosely based on the Aesops Fable: The Filly & the Lap Dog. Also features music from the guys in the band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (one of my favorites!)
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Congratulations! I'll tell you the definition of PC when we see each other again.[/QUOTE]

Wayne, I don't know if I can wait till November......
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Attention PEI travelers!

Do, or will, or do you think necessary to have international service on your phone while in Canada?

I know, your thinking such a thought provoking question so early in the morning!
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Old 06-07-2016, 08:36 AM   #55587
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Attention PEI travelers!

Do, or will, or do you think necessary to have international service on your phone while in Canada?

I know, your thinking such a thought provoking question so early in the morning!

We went off the grid (turned off cell service on the phone) while there before. It was only 2 weeks. This time we will use VOIP like Skype or Facetime to "phone". Can still dial 911


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Old 06-07-2016, 09:23 AM   #55588
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I saw where you are planning to paint the outside of your bus.

Flames? Scallops? Woodgrain panels like an old station wagon?

(Hey, just stirring things up, it's quiet here.)
It will be similar to this. But not the same.
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Copper color? I like that idea! But I bet Shara has an even better idea. She's one of those artistic types. Not that I'm jealous, well, not too jealous.
Bright and shiny like a new penny...
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Can hardly wait to see Dwayne and Shara's new coach after remodel is complete. We will just have to go to where they to see it!

We have been site-seeing in Northern Utah. All I can say is WOW. If you've never driven the Logan River Canyon National Scenic Byway between Logan and Garden City, Utah, put it on your bucket list. We drove it yesterday in the Fit, although it would be fine in a motorhome of any size. In fact, when we leave where we are now, we are going to take the Moho up that way, heading to Grand Tetons.
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Wow, both pictures oreintated correctly! Let's call that progress! Enjoy!
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Can hardly wait to see Dwayne and Shara's new coach after remodel is complete. We will just have to go to where they to see it!

We have been site-seeing in Northern Utah. All I can say is WOW. If you've never driven the Logan River Canyon National Scenic Byway between Logan and Garden City, Utah, put it on your bucket list. We drove it yesterday in the Fit, although it would be fine in a motorhome of any size. In fact, when we leave where we are now, we are going to take the Moho up that way, heading to Grand Tetons.
So you decided to take the north route. Will ya follow 26 down to Alpine Junction to pick up 89 north to Jackson or will ya try Teton pass (I say do the pass in the car...).

Keep those cards and letters coming. Have fun kids!
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Can hardly wait to see Dwayne and Shara's new coach after remodel is complete. We will just have to go to where they to see it!

We have been site-seeing in Northern Utah. All I can say is WOW. If you've never driven the Logan River Canyon National Scenic Byway between Logan and Garden City, Utah, put it on your bucket list. We drove it yesterday in the Fit, although it would be fine in a motorhome of any size. In fact, when we leave where we are now, we are going to take the Moho up that way, heading to Grand Tetons.
If you have never seen Afton WY it's a must and Gray's river loop is beautiful. Don't take the RV down the loop 83 miles through the mountains valley. Lots of wild life.
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