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Old 07-16-2016, 09:52 PM   #57149
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Mystery squash
Perhaps it's a mutant squash.
If you had a sack of them it might be sacksquash.
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Old 07-16-2016, 09:57 PM   #57150
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Perhaps it's a mutant squash.
If you had a sack of them it might be sacksquash.

This is Steve on drugs.


I see progress in your posting buddy!
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Old 07-16-2016, 10:11 PM   #57151
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This is Steve.




This is Steve on drugs.


I see progress in your posting buddy!
You see lorazepam and Tylenol C3... lol... so yes, a little easier to sleep sitting up with a little assistance.
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Old 07-17-2016, 07:19 AM   #57152
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You see lorazepam and Tylenol C3... lol... so yes, a little easier to sleep sitting up with a little assistance.

And stents out tomorrow?
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Old 07-17-2016, 07:29 AM   #57153
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Class or Type

There is a topic on "Just Conversation" about whether a motorhome should be called class a, type a, etc. one of the comments got me to chuckling:

"mis read that as Class A and Type A.
Envisioned a 45' being driven aggressively, weaving in traffic, flipping people off, tailgating."

So, are we ready for the rv class wars?

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Old 07-17-2016, 07:32 AM   #57154
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You see lorazepam and Tylenol C3... lol... so yes, a little easier to sleep sitting up with a little assistance.
Once again I've found a quality I posses that's similar. I too sleep sitting up, difference is no drugs needed, I use, old movies, NASCAR, hot humid weather outside, soap operas, ...........

Get your rest anyway you can brother, just to shake up the neighbors try sleeping while sitting behind the wheel!

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Old 07-17-2016, 07:57 AM   #57155
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And stents out tomorrow?
Best wishes
That's the plan. Fingers crossed!
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Old 07-17-2016, 07:59 AM   #57156
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Once again I've found a quality I posses that's similar. I too sleep sitting up, difference is no drugs needed, I use, old movies, NASCAR, hot humid weather outside, soap operas, ...........

Get your rest anyway you can brother, just to shake up the neighbors try sleeping while sitting behind the wheel!

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We don't have a recliner - I never really liked them. But the Queen Air hideabed has been great.
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Dog gone it...a mutant on good drugs beat me to the punchline...I was thinking about calling it a mutant squash....but refrained because I don't actually know if it's a mutant or just a little known species ..
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Dog gone it...a mutant on good drugs beat me to the punchline...I was thinking about calling it a mutant squash....but refrained because I don't actually know if it's a mutant or just a little known species ..
Hi Marty!
That squash looks a little like a Colt 45 Malt Liquor in a brown paper bag. Not the most colorful of species. You'll know more when you slice it open.

I hope it's delicious - and the seeds are viable. May be the money shot for next year's farmers market! You could sell them with a bottle of Sky Pilot Bobs' Maple Balsamic Squash Glaze.
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We're at Polson Motor Coach Resort MT. Really spectacular place, Class A only.
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I know this is on the pricier side of things, but before it went on sale, it was in the stratosphere. I've been looking for a nice screen shelter so I can sit outside whenever I'm out and about (even at home) without being terrorized by the insect community. The one I had my sights set on was from Cabela's, made by the Clam company only with beefier specs. The thing was going for $550 and there was NO way I'd spend that kind of money on something like that so I waited. A couple months ago it went on sale, $50 off and yea, right, 10%, still not even going near it.

Well, I checked yesterday and the thing is on sale for $220 off, so it's now $329. Yes, still very pricey, but the size of it and the roominess once you're inside it makes it worth it to me. I assembled it in around 5 minutes plus another 15 or so to stake it down, tie up the shade/wind protectors, etc. It has great reviews and despite the one person stating the zippered front goes from bottom to top, it's a dual-way zipper, you can open it in either direction which is quite nice.

It's huge on the inside, something like 110 sq feet. Easily can fit a picnic table in there and I can just reach the top of it from the inside to take it back down. And the last benefit is it's been bird tested, so Boko likes it

Those going to Maine will likely see it unless we're stuck in torrential downpours but I'm doing weather ohms (wohhhmmms) to ensure it'll be a great week in Maine.
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We stayed at the KOA just above you tga2016 last year. It's a beautiful place.
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I went to a U-pick blackberry farm in Oklahoma years ago. They handed us each a basket and a 2 foot long bamboo stick. The stick was for picking up the thorny canes so I could more easily pluck the berries. It sure was a back saver also! Instead of bending down to pick, I brought the berries up to me. The best part was very few scratches.
What a good idea! Think I'll adopt it. There are several days' worth of berries coming along, so plenty of opportunity to use it. Thanks for that!
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