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Old 11-26-2013, 09:28 AM   #7001
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That's you rich FTers answer for everything. Fuel $1k/month - food $1k/month - CG $1k/month. Site seeing and fun $1k/month. Bourbon $1k/month. ;rofl:
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Old 11-26-2013, 10:07 AM   #7003
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That's you rich FTers answer for everything. Fuel $1k/month - food $1k/month - CG $1k/month. Site seeing and fun $1k/month. Bourbon $1k/month. ;rofl:
You are a bit heavy on the food bill....
light on the bourbon bill.
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That's you rich FTers answer for everything. Fuel $1k/month - food $1k/month - CG $1k/month. Site seeing and fun $1k/month. Bourbon $1k/month. ;rofl:
X10 to you Steve, that had me laughing. Repairs 1000/month,

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I'd love to do both, but not sure I want two maintenance intensive hobbies to deal with. Nobody touches my toys but me!! Had a mechanic on my boat once in 10yrs. His time was cheaper than the compression tester I needed to prove my troubleshooting was correct. Also when we start traveling the rainbow I don't want a reason to have to backtrack unless I want to. Remember -- it's all about the Journey!!!

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Mike - I'm pretty sure you don't want to have both! Just suggesting you figure out what ya want and maybe the planets will align - you'll have one located when the check comes in. That would be ideal. Short transition from one to another. I think I mentioned this before. We looked for 8 months. If your search stretched out like that - and it can - what's your plan for digs? I hear Dave has $1k/month he can spare to rent ya a place.
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You are a bit heavy on the food bill....
light on the bourbon bill.
I guess eating gluten free has it's advantages. Who knew it was cheaper to eat an exotic diet rich in rice and wheat substitutes. Of course - if it would help me lose weight I guess I could give it a whirl. Although ditching my exercise free diet would probably do the trick. At least that's what my doc keeps telling me.
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Mike,
My MH search took 3 years! But that was pre-retirement.
I'm not as choosey now. It would only take about 30 months. But Steve would rent us 1 basement bin and the 1/2 bath to live in for only $900/month. Not too bad, considering.
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My MH search took 3 years! But that was pre-retirement.
I'm not as choosey now. It would only take about 30 months. But Steve would rent us 1 basement bin and the 1/2 bath to live in for only $900/month. Not too bad, considering.
Will move the stuff in my fishing bay to the other side and free up space Dave. I was looking for more stuff to put in there to keep it from sliding around. Saltwater gear is on the list.

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Old 11-26-2013, 10:42 AM   #7010
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I guess eating gluten free has it's advantages. Who knew it was cheaper to eat an exotic diet rich in rice and wheat substitutes. Of course - if it would help me lose weight I guess I could give it a whirl. Although ditching my exercise free diet would probably do the trick. At least that's what my doc keeps telling me.
Well, Steve, my BMI expansion program has been a smashing success this season. All it took was more practice.

Gluten free is not non-caloric. Bourbon is a gluten free food.
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Any know how long the Wallyworld thread ran?
Did the mods finally close that one? I blocked it shortly after joining iRV2 so I didn't realize it was not active.
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Good day, Mutants!

I know it's not bacon related...or even RV related, but there is a company in Kentucky who now sells fried chicken scented candles. You know, for when you get tired of the bacon scented ones.



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Me, I'm a vegetarian:

CARROT CAKE!
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Good day, Mutants! I know it's not bacon related...or even RV related, but there is a company in Kentucky who now sells fried chicken scented candles. You know, for when you get tired of the bacon scented ones. http://www.usatoday.com/story/dispat...ndles/3666325/ Chicken Bacon Me, I'm a vegetarian: CARROT CAKE!
Science and technology marches on!
Or is that Mutates on?
I prefer vanilla candles. ;-)
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Will move the stuff in my fishing bay to the other side and free up space Dave. I was looking for more stuff to put in there to keep it from sliding around. Saltwater gear is on the list.
Is it just me that is a disorganized slob in my bays? I'm impressed Steve how clean and organized.... Fishing bay? I wish I could have dedicated bays! LOL Anybody wanna place bets on whether or not it stays that way when Steve and Annie go full time?

Congrats on the retirement Sky!!! Boy is your life about to change.
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