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Old 09-09-2016, 04:06 PM   #59095
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I agree with that plan. I feel sad for those RVs that stay idle for months with pink stuff in their innards.

Sue, where are you and Martin wintering this year? We're doing AZ again. I sure don't miss the mosquitos, ants and fleas that plagued us in Florida.

How many RVMs are going to AZ? We could plan a Curiosity in Tucson again, just not the first week of Feb. Papaw Steve and Mary Ann -- are you staying in Florida all winter?
Yes, we have decided to spend the winter in Florida (southeast of Tampa just a bit). Indiana friends have tugged on our shirttails since last winter to join them. However, we will be searching for fellow mutants to meet up with in the sunshine state.
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Old 09-09-2016, 04:06 PM   #59096
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Or beer?
Not sure, never tried it. I was told it was the sugar that pulled the heat out. May or may not be true. But what the heck, give it a try and let us know. You may come with use # 834675387347 for beer. It's not just for breakfast you know

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Happy anniversarySueand Martin. Sorry to blame, but some of us are slower that others.

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Old 09-09-2016, 04:18 PM   #59098
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How many RVMs are going to AZ? We could plan a Curiosity in Tucson again, just not the first week of Feb. Papaw Steve and Mary Ann -- are you staying in Florida all winter?
I reside in Tucson from Oct to Apr. We have a park model in RinCon West, and would love to meet any and all mutants that make Tucson their winter home for a while.

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Old 09-09-2016, 04:20 PM   #59099
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Sue and Martin, how did you let that slip by us.
Well, a very belated Happy Anniversary.
I wish for you to have many, many more.
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Old 09-09-2016, 04:47 PM   #59100
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Well, a very belated Happy Anniversary.
I wish for you to have many, many more.
X+100. I never saw the memo! Many happy more to come!!!
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Old 09-09-2016, 05:21 PM   #59101
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Big day!
Nola and Staci went for peddies, I fed breakfast to Andy and Brad, then dis, dat, an de udder ting, ending up with appts for Gwen: 2 front sneakers, alignment check, gennie repair.
This is the pre-launch stage for heading West. And it feels so good to have the ducks lined up!
Tentatively 10/8, watch out world!
Where to meet up in Southern AZ/CA et al? We can do Pima County Fairgrounds easily.
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Well, a very belated Happy Anniversary.
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Looks like we are slower than most... Another belated Happy Anniversary -- X-10..
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Breakfast at MMDC is served.
Steve, I forgot to ask. Did Don let you have some of his Ghost Pepper for the morning breakfast?
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X2 Congrats from us both!
And both us too!!
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Wayne... we've had more than one agreement lol...

We're getting closer to NM all the time. Peppers! Green ones!
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Looks like we are slower than most... Another belated Happy Anniversary -- X-10..
Thanks to each & every one. We are astounded at our own longevity and also that we have so many friends all over. You're all special.

Oh, yes, dancing more mentally than physically, to answer the earlier question. 💃💃😆
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Steve, I forgot to ask. Did Don let you have some of his Ghost Pepper for the morning breakfast?
That's why I posted the pic... but I declined... too early in the day...
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Wayne... we've had more than one agreement lol...

We're getting closer to NM all the time. Peppers! Green ones!
Funny thing, Colorado Springs is close to New Mexico and today as we were running around we saw a road side stand advertising roasted hatch chilies. They had at least 4 kinds, mild, medium, hot and extra hot. They had bushel baskets and gas fired roasting drums and roasted them as they were purchased.

We didn't have enough room in the refrigerator for a full bushel so we opted for 1/2 bushel at $15. Brought them home and let them cool then packaged them for the freezer and refrigerator (Refer so we could have some on the way home.)

Funny thing, we purchased the medium (I wanted hot) and after they had cooled Earlene could not resist and cut one up and ate a bite. Then she started about how hot it was. I'm not going to call her a dummy or anything like that but she cut the thing and ate seeds and all. I, on the other hand, sliced the pepper long way and opened it up and removed the seeds. See ho much smarter I am.

'Tis the season for hatch peppers!
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