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Old 07-16-2016, 09:35 PM   #57163
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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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It's a leak around DS bedroom slide again,also driver and passenger seat issues. Few minor things and I need their paint shop after kissing a wall coming out of Cheyenne. Tiffin dealers don't want to know so Red Bay awaits. I'll make them extend my warranty when I'm there too.
Ahhh! You can't just leave it like that. A story has to be told. Fess up!
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Old 07-16-2016, 10:42 PM   #57164
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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?
She wore long sleeves, and pants, My son didn't and I could tell by looking at his scratched up legs today...I'll probably go help pick Friday as she is getting pretty big (baby) at this point, she can walk out there in the pasture ( down slope) but walking back is too tough, she runs out of air.

I haven't cooked it yet, I'll save a few seeds when I clean it out before I cook it just in case it's a keeper....( of course, if it is a weird cross between a couple of varieties, it may not produce offspring like the parent...)
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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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Perhaps it's a mutant squash.
If you had a sack of them it might be sacksquash.

This is Steve on drugs.


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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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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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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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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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And stents out tomorrow?
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That's the plan. Fingers crossed!
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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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