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Old 07-13-2016, 07:13 PM   #57009
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Had a weird storm at 6am. 80 mph winds. Lightning & .49" rain. Trees down all over. Electricity off for 5 hours (6500 in our county without power after the storm). Thankfully, we only had a deck chair in the pool & a chair cushion blown down the street. We have cedar & fir trees, still intact. Such excitement!

Steve-o, hope you're doing ok. Sounds like Annie was the hit of the surgery center....😜


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Old 07-13-2016, 07:41 PM   #57010
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When Hayden hears Led Zeppelin Black Dog, she wails it out....
"Hey hey mamma said the way you move, I want some milk, give me some boob......"
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Steve, get well soon. RVMs need your words!
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Old 07-13-2016, 07:44 PM   #57011
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Welcome to ALL the new mutants! Hope to see you on the rainbow.....
Yeah, what she said!!
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Old 07-13-2016, 07:50 PM   #57012
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Had a weird storm at 6am. 80 mph winds. Lightning & .49" rain. Trees down all over. Electricity off for 5 hours (6500 in our county without power after the storm). Thankfully, we only had a deck chair in the pool & a chair cushion blown down the street. We have cedar & fir trees, still intact. Such excitement!

Steve-o, hope you're doing ok. Sounds like Annie was the hit of the surgery center....😜


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Bbbbbbbut i never know which home..... You are at.......



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Old 07-13-2016, 08:24 PM   #57013
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My sentiments exactly. Beer, rum, tequila ... All are good ..... Scotch bad ....

Jake
Did you leave out Whiskey (other than scotch)?? TN & KY is well known for their Whiskey - & there is even a "Whiskey Trail" in those 2 states...

I feel an obligation to size up the Canadian Whiskeys to compare while I am in Canada...

I almost forgot scotch is a whiskey, right?? I am not very well schooled..

I may need more than a week... lol
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Old 07-13-2016, 08:25 PM   #57014
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Well, well....snakebitten has passed the grueling test of Mutantism, and is now and forever more to be known as RV Mutant #142!
Get on the Rainbow and ride!
Hey STMs, please welcome RVM142. Woot woot!
Jake, pass down the mop, broom and dustpan.
Welcome snakebitten, glad you are now part of the group and hope to see you sometime in the future!
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Old 07-13-2016, 09:38 PM   #57015
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Thanks for the welcomes.

Fredericksburg, October?

Yaw are making this way too easy. Hardly even a jaunt from here.
I suspect there's a place or method for discovering the specifics?

I wouldn't want to repeat questions already asked.

#142. That's me. I'm a citizen.

So now I know the actual population of rainbowville. It was a mystery!

Be happy to sweep n mop.
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Old 07-13-2016, 09:57 PM   #57016
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I do hope that is Malt Scotch. That I will drink with you anytime.

I'm thinking of joining in, I'll bring my Scoth tape!



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Had a weird storm at 6am. 80 mph winds. Lightning & .49" rain. Trees down all over. Electricity off for 5 hours (6500 in our county without power after the storm). Thankfully, we only had a deck chair in the pool & a chair cushion blown down the street. We have cedar & fir trees, still intact. Such excitement!

Steve-o, hope you're doing ok. Sounds like Annie was the hit of the surgery center....��


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Glad to here no damage, now spill the beans on Annie!


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Thanks for the welcomes.

Fredericksburg, October?

Yaw are making this way too easy. Hardly even a jaunt from here.
I suspect there's a place or method for discovering the specifics?

I wouldn't want to repeat questions already asked.

#142. That's me. I'm a citizen.

So now I know the actual population of rainbowville. It was a mystery!

Be happy to sweep n mop.

Give em time, they'll be right along with our secret hand shake and curiosity info! I'd give it to you but I'm not going to be there and didn't save it. Welcome, I'm the normal Arkansan!
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Old 07-13-2016, 10:03 PM   #57017
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I've been summoned, from back-to-the-future. And I'm honored that someone would risk going back to fetch me. (could be brutal to get stuck and then be forced to relive the past. The antithesis of adventure!)

Alas, I am honored. And I know enough to know.................well, here goes:

Um, let's see......

I don't have satellite TV. Yea. That's one. And I don't miss it. (much to the chagrin of DIRECTV, since I was an uninterrupted 14 year customer)

Um what else? Oh I know.
I don't have a wall separating my bed from the rest of the tiny-house. I don't miss it or need it. But having said that, if the porch light isn't on, that means pawpaw has already taken his pants off for the night. I will NOT be answering the door. (gotta teach the grandkids when my day is done)

I don't have lots of storage space, so I can't accumulate stuff I don't need.

I could go on and on I guess, but I'm already starting to feeling awkward claiming what I don't have because I'm much more prone to celebrating all that I DO have. I have more than any one man should claim rights to!

And yes, it is ALL about the journey. In fact, I'm ok if I never get there, where ever there is. Right here right now is where I am destined to be this moment. I would regret missing out on anything today because I gave undo focus on tomorrow.
Am I in?
I reserve the right to still enjoy the thread in its entirety. But it appears I must juggle the past and the present to accommodate the cards that have been dealt.

Thanks for the personal invite. I'm honored. I KNEW there were folks that shared my malady. I just didn't snap that made me a mutant. Makes so much sense now.

Cheers
Welcome RVM 142! You have entered the twilight zone of mutantaneous! Join in often! DH & I live in North Central Idaho along the Lewis Clark trail. If you ever get our way, give us a holler.
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Old 07-13-2016, 10:12 PM   #57018
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Bbbbbbbut i never know which home..... You are at.......



Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
I'm a thinking that was Kansas, cause I had a storm a few hours after she did!
Edited to add... Oh, and she had cedar and fir trees... don't find many of theose in her vegas abode... them's cactii she grows there...
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Old 07-13-2016, 10:18 PM   #57019
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Update on GC in Fredericksburg TX:
Oct 31- Nov. 5
The RV park that can handle our size of group is:
FREDERICKSBURG KOA
5681 East US Highway 290
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
(830) 997-4796
fdbgkoa@beecreek.net

All member’s must call to make their reservations and at the time of reservation they will give you a 10% discount on the rate too.


So to make reservations you need to call (830) 997-4796. Let them know you are part of the RVMutant Rally.

There is no river that runs through or by it, but Lady Bird Johnson Park is not far away from this RV park and you can fish there. I am looking for river access for canoeing etc. too.

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park

3 miles South of Fredericksburg on Hwy. 16 S (Call park for directions, GPS is not always accurate). Baseball and softball fields, swimming pool, tennis courts, picnic tables and fishing, nature trail

The crown jewel of Fredericksburg’s recreational parks is the 150 acre Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park. Rolling hills and rambling Live Oak Creek set the stage for a beautiful day. It is a place to rest, relax and enjoy nature. Five pavilions (four with barbecue pits) serve as the spot for birthday parties, class and family reunions, school field trips, wedding and more. Baseball/softball fields are available for a casual game or can be reserved. A sand volleyball court and outdoor basketball courts are available. The park offers a beautiful setting for large and small groups no matter the occasion.

Amenities
Five outdoor pavilions
Baseball field
Softball field
Practice field
Volleyball court
Basketball court
Tennis courts
Swimming pool (open summer months only)
Fishing at Live Oak Creek
Restrooms

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Wildflower Ridge Alpaca Ranch
Triple-T-Llamas
Wildseed Farms
Rockbox Theater
Good Art Company Art Gallery
Fredericksburg Theater Company
Warm Winds Trail Rides
Hill Country Helicopter Tours
Artisans at Rocky Hill
Charles Beckendorf Gallery
Agave Gallery Fine Art
Whistle Pik Galleries


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Old Tunnel State Park
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area
Willow City Loop
Marburger Orchard
Enchanted Rock Cave
Cross Mountain Park
Scenic Drives
Swimming Holes
Hill Country Fishing
Hiking Trails
Kayaking
River Outfitters
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Area Golf Courses
Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course
The Buckhorn Golf Course
Hidden Springs Golf Course

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Lyndon B. Johnson Nat'l Hist. Park
National Museum of the Pacific War
Pioneer Museum
Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site
St. Mary's Catholic Church
Holy Ghost Lutheran Church
Fort Martin Scott



( Had it in a word document on my desktop.....might as well post it and see if we can summon more mutants...)
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Google it...... There are many different kinds, Sue has a self loader,,, we are having to redo... Since we got a longer jeep, our other thingy dont work no more....

Ps we got our kayaks at BassPro.... Seats will come out, and then can be used as beach seats,

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Do NOT buy a paddle online. Too many different grips and lengths, mine and Larrys are different.

Same for lifejacket.... Get one designed for paddling so you can sit comfortable

I recommend Academy

Then there is this trolly... Allows you to easily pull you yak.... We have a combination lock cable, just lock them around a fence or dock while out.... These came from Amazon....

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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
All good advice, Mel.

My self-loader is a Hullavator. It lifts and lowers most of the the yak's weight for you, which gets to be more & more valuable as time rolls on!

A trolley is also a life-saver. Mine is from a design for PVC pipe w/purchased wheels that a friend found online and Martin made up for me. It can be made to come apart for packing semi-flat.

Here's hoping to go paddling w/ y'all one of these fine days! Cheers!
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Oh... and welcome snakebitten... Forgot to add that detail!
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I asked Kate to step away from the nice elk. She was feeling gutsy. I'll send pics from the hospital.

(Oh, good grief. Can someone upright this pic, please?
Sorry, folks. Next time we're with Mutants, I need to get a lesson on how to rotate pics!)
ROFL!
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