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Old 07-16-2016, 06:19 PM   #57149
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Tikka is home from the vet. "Don't let her jump up", they said. Hah! "Keep her quiet", they said. Yeah, right! Pile stuff on the table and sink in her small bathroom and she just jumps higher. 😕 The table comes out tonight! LOL. Cats! Who'd have em?!!

She ought to do well on the road, though. After all, she found us by climbing into the open rig. 😆
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Old 07-16-2016, 06:24 PM   #57150
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Ack! Couldn't watch past the scissors! Aaaaughhhh! 😯😰🙈
Yea, it was one of those acts where you either watched it or couldn't. A couple of judges couldn't watch it but of course Simon loved it At least the guy isn't in the running anymore (it was gross, I agree).
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Old 07-16-2016, 07:01 PM   #57152
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Fredericksburg. Pat and I regretfully have to cancel our plans for the GC in Fredericksburg. We have some important business to attend to in NY in early November and have to be back at our real office to prepare. We also have coach issues which require another visit to Tiffin. So our plan is to hit Red Bay and get this thing fixed AGAIN, on the way back to Florida in October.

We'd booked a really good site (G1) if anyone is waiting and wants to take that spot PM me and we can arrange something,if not I'll be calling next week to cancel.
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We are thinking about going up to the source of the mighty Mississippi River....

Would go first part of August as soon as new RV couch comes in....
Not sure what route we will be taking, but will give notice before we start out.....

Anyone have any tips/suggestions once we get up there in Minnesota area?
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Di and Larry. A mini-C sounds great. Good Lord willing I hope to be around in August. Depends on your route to the Headwaters of the Mississippi. Just PM me so we can set it up.

Mel and Kate, need to know your route as you head east. I'm about 100 miles north of I-90 and I-35 intersection in Albert Lea, MN. Be happy to traverse that way for a mini-C. Just let me know.

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Howdy back! I resemble that remark!
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Old 07-16-2016, 08:09 PM   #57155
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Maybe an entire herd! Which begs the question: how many goats to make a herd.

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Thanks Dave!
I'm still sedated at least partially lol. So it could be worse!
And how is this partial daze different than your normal every day daze??

Suspect we'll see you on AGT soon??!! Member pics or it never happened!


Seriously, hope your headed (no pun intended) for a speedy recovery. Prayers for you and Annie.
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Maybe an entire herd! Which begs the question: how many goats to make a herd. Jake
Prolly about as many as make a tribe, trip, drove or flock. At least that's what the almightyguru.com says when googled.
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Maybe an entire herd! Which begs the question: how many goats to make a herd.

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I dunno. Maybe it depends on how good your fences are!
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Di and Larry. A mini-C sounds great. Good Lord willing I hope to be around in August. Depends on your route to the Headwaters of the Mississippi. Just PM me so we can set it up.

Mel and Kate, need to know your route as you head east. I'm about 100 miles north of I-90 and I-35 intersection in Albert Lea, MN. Be happy to traverse that way for a mini-C. Just let me know.

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Old 07-16-2016, 09:05 PM   #57160
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Good for Sara! Is she as scratched up as I am? Daddy always wore long sleeves & trousers for berry picking no matter how hot it was, but I'm not so smart.

Ah, the famous mystery squash! Save some seeds, or is it worth it?
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.
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I would say more than 2 -- how many more depends on the size of the owner's wallet and level of patience.
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