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Old 10-02-2016, 10:35 AM   #59683
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Correction!



In a previous post I mentioned we has grandchild #6 coming in April. Latest update is now March! Oh and it's grandchild #6 and #7 TWINS!!



Been setting on this news for days waiting on son and DIL to make the first post announcing it!



Carry on mutants! Woot woot!

Mary, better get to sewing! Two baby quilts! Congrats to the new parents to be.
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Old 10-02-2016, 12:53 PM   #59684
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New stove top. New u-joints. then the trouble. Then we looked closer at the tires let's just say the dead line is out the window.
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:01 PM   #59685
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New stove top. New u-joints. then the trouble. Then we looked closer at the tires let's just say the dead line is out the window.

Love the new stove top.
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:23 PM   #59686
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I have a question,,,, if I wanted to take Andrea and the pups someplace this winter to play in the snow, and close to Texas, where would I go? We like quaint towns. I'm thinking there has to be someplace within 14 hours of Houston that is easy to get and out of for some snow time before the baby.
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:39 PM   #59687
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I have a question,,,, if I wanted to take Andrea and the pups someplace this winter to play in the snow, and close to Texas, where would I go? We like quaint towns. I'm thinking there has to be someplace within 14 hours of Houston that is easy to get and out of for some snow time before the baby.
Depends on how fast you drive......

BTW in case we didn't when officially posted Denise and I send you and your better half congratulations on the pending arrival(s).
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:41 PM   #59688
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New stove top. New u-joints. then the trouble. Then we looked closer at the tires let's just say the dead line is out the window.
Those tires look very familiar...

Nice stove top though.

Hi Shara..
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:49 PM   #59689
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Those tires look very familiar...

Nice stove top though.

Hi Shara..
That 3rd pic is tires? Looks like metal rims or something to me...ugh.
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Old 10-02-2016, 02:05 PM   #59690
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I have a question,,,, if I wanted to take Andrea and the pups someplace this winter to play in the snow, and close to Texas, where would I go? We like quaint towns. I'm thinking there has to be someplace within 14 hours of Houston that is easy to get and out of for some snow time before the baby.

Try this, Pappa.
http://www.onthesnow.com/new-mexico/ski-resorts.html
Taos is under 14 hours
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Old 10-02-2016, 02:28 PM   #59691
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R U a mutant

Deja Vue...

Crown Point Indiana..

And the cow farts...
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The first mutant who has yet to post on the thread and is running with a post count of zero!

CONGRATULATIONS Mud.. Rvm #145... I've been told you dont need a RV, Dont need a Tent, etc...

And according to Wayne, don't need clothing..

Anyway, hope to hear more about you & meet up on the rainbow..
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Welcome RVM145...Jaime and Bambi from NH. Christine and I (RVM108) would like to welcome you both to RVMdom!

Please tell Jaime and Bambi that Nola and I are both proud to welcome them to RVMdom, and hope to see them on the Rainbow.
(And the RVM thread too!)
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Hello all Old and New Mutants,

Pipestone National Monument is well worth your time if you get the chance to go, the history needs to be kept alive.

Photo one is quartzite rock which is above the Pipestone and has to be removed so the Pipestone can be quarried .
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This photo is of the Oracle ...
Who oversees the Pipestone quarries

Next is Winnewissa Falls and the stone staircase

Lastly is Pipestone creek

Oh and lastly lastly is another old stone face formed from natural erosion, he's older than Wayne.
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