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Old 11-19-2013, 05:20 PM   #6567
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In the last year, my dad lost his twin brother then my cousin, then we lost my grandfather, then my Great Dane died. After all of that-and 12 years of service in war zones-I know for sure that there is never a good reason to put off getting started. Who knows if I will live to retire or what kind of health I will be in by then? I'm hitting the road now and heading thataway...just stay off the sidewalks. I haven't driven my 36' house very much yet
Not a good year! You have the right attitude, though: go for it while you can! Glad you're home and able to drive that house down the sidewalks...er, roads. I'll for sure be looking out for you!

Any chance you can make it to Hot Springs in the spring for our Grand Curiosity? A week, more or less, of great ponderances, campfires, Mardi Gras party, potlucks and more. Sound like an advertisement? Nah, just hoping to meet you there!

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Old 11-19-2013, 05:21 PM   #6568
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Hey grande poohbah and all, shouldn't the last day read "MUTANTs Resume their Destinations" instead of "MUTANTs Resume their Journeys"


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Not a good year! You have the right attitude, though: go for it while you can! Glad you're home and able to drive that house down the sidewalks...er, roads. I'll for sure be looking out for you!

Any chance you can make it to Hot Springs in the spring for our Grand Curiosity? A week, more or less, of great ponderances, campfires, Mardi Gras party, potlucks and more. Sound like an advertisement? Nah, just hoping to meet you there!

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I only have 1 picture so far and that is of getting gas on my very first day of ownership! More to follow...Also, I've never posted a photo so I hope I got it right.
It's a pretty rig you have there, and big enough to hold whatever fuzz-faces you want to carry, apparently. Looks like you're starting out somewhere very flat...anything from Texas to central Illinois or Ohio, maybe. If the road is to be your new home, the next pictures could be mountains or shore or anything between. Hooray for the rainbow!

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Old 11-19-2013, 05:26 PM   #6571
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Hey grande poohbah and all, shouldn't the last day read "MUTANTs Resume their Destinations" instead of "MUTANTs Resume their Journeys"
Which M in M & Ms comes first?
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:30 PM   #6572
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Dwayne asked if I would post this picture of their working girl Jade. I have met her and she is as gentle as a lamb and better behaved. Click image for larger version

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Old 11-19-2013, 05:40 PM   #6573
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Its an tough life being a mutant. First of all, it gets dark here in about an hour. That forces you to have your drink outside at 4:30 while the sun is still shining.

If I didn't do that I'd have my martini in the dark....sigh....
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Its an tough life being a mutant. First of all, it gets dark here in about an hour. That forces you to have your drink outside at 4:30 while the sun is still shining.

If I didn't do that I'd have my martini in the dark....sigh....
"Martini. It's me George. George Bailey. Don't you recognize me?"

I hear a cocktail bell ringing. You know what that means Zu Zu....
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Its an tough life being a mutant. First of all, it gets dark here in about an hour. That forces you to have your drink outside at 4:30 while the sun is still shining.

If I didn't do that I'd have my martini in the dark....sigh....
Hey Dave !!

Why didn't you say something sooner ? I have a gas lantern, I also have a halogen electric lantern as well. You can bring your vodka and vermouth and olive juice up and we can make martini's all night long. Where there is a will there is a way.

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Hey I can get Wayne and Earlene to come along for some rock jumpin! You know Wayne...its just like curb jumpin so you will be right at home! LOL
And Earlene said that she has a "Chick Magnet," which means her 2004 Town Car has been hit twice by women, and herb, she said that my car had "curb appeal." (Is my 6 months up yet!- private joke y'all, until Heb spills the beans.)

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Hey Dennis !!!

Cant ya just hear the stings of that guitar making that twanging sound as they break off the bridge of that guitar, there has to be an "ouch, thats going to leave a mark" coming soon.

Wayne and Herb, are we going to have to keep you separated at the GC@CL, or bring boxing gloves, the mutants need to know.

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Oh Wayne and I are good with each other.....we have this thing bout seeing who can "one-up" the other. And look on the bright side... When we are picking at each other, we are leaving somebody else alone!
Yeah! And don't y'all forget that now, ya'ear!

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WORK? That ugly 4 letter word. Well, I guess someone has to do it. I hope you enjoy what you're doing.

Capuchins age about 2 years for every 1 human year, so Sena is about 35 now. With a 35-40 year life expectancy (human years) I'm hoping we both check out at about the same time.
I have a 1st cousin that is a Capuchin Monk. He must be 150 by now. Oh! Sorry, different type of "monk."
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I'm playin' catch-up! And Earlene said that she has a "Chick Magnet," which means her 2004 Town Car has been hit twice by women, and herb, she said that my car had "curb appeal." (Is my 6 months up yet!- private joke y'all, until Heb spills the beans.) That little swishy tail couldn't hit his way out of a paper bag, and besides I have 10 pounds on him. Yeah! And don't y'all forget that now, ya'ear! I have a 1st cousin that is a Capuchin Monk. He must be 150 by now. Oh! Sorry, different type of "monk."

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Hey Dave !!

Why didn't you say something sooner ? I have a gas lantern, I also have a halogen electric lantern as well. You can bring your vodka and vermouth and olive juice up and we can make martini's all night long. Where there is a will there is a way.

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It's a pretty rig you have there, and big enough to hold whatever fuzz-faces you want to carry, apparently. Looks like you're starting out somewhere very flat...anything from Texas to central Illinois or Ohio, maybe. If the road is to be your new home, the next pictures could be mountains or shore or anything between. Hooray for the rainbow!

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