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Old 12-01-2013, 09:14 AM   #7337
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Beauteous photo! Didja do that for those of us (not me, of course ) who seldom if ever see a sunrise in real life?

Cheers!
The DW deserves the credit for the photo, she loves the sunrise and I am constantly awakened an hour before sunrise to run out and see if the sunrise is going to be a memorable one. I thought this one particularly fine.

Glad you enjoyed it.
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Old 12-01-2013, 09:18 AM   #7338
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Unlike dogs, chocolate is not dangerous for monkeys, but I restrict Sena's intake due to the sugar, she's diabetic, and for the VERY messy diapers it causes.

Steve, if you share your Almond Joy with Sena be aware that you are volunteering to change the next diaper.

About 10 days before the GC I'll post a list of permitted foods and particular favorites. She likes a lot of variety.

Oh, and she has a fondness for people with light hair -- blonde or silver and the smaller the human, the more forgiving she is of their behavior. Babies get a free pass to maul her, but big guys must tread very softly as she is often scared of them. You know, the big gorilla types are terrifying.
Does gray hair fall within the light hair category?

And for the gorilla types I suppose a heavy dose of manscaping might work...
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That's a mixed bag with an unpredictable outcome. Best to approach slowly, almost as to ignore her. In the jungle, any creature that is very interested in a monkey is considering that monkey as this evening's entree. The most successful big humans tend to be those who ignore her and let her decide you aren't a preditor. Even tho Sena has never seen a jungle, she still has the jungle instincts.
Sometimes the human jungle can be more terrifying than any other jungle, no?
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Sometimes the human jungle can be more terrifying than any other jungle, no?
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Old 12-01-2013, 09:27 AM   #7342
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Great pic, where's the snow? I don't understand, you mean you poor people don't get to play in the snow, so sorry!
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Old 12-01-2013, 09:40 AM   #7343
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Thanks PT!

I was wondering about this Amish Cooling unit you all have been talking about. ...does it go by another name? I've only heard of the 2 main brand frigs in all RVs.
Also, do they make ACs? Mine doesn't work well here in the AZ heat.

Hi Cindy,

I'm not sure about cooling units for your entire rig, fortunately my A/C's are working perfectly fine. I am still in the trouble shooting zone and sticker shock zone of these Norcolds. The last couple of days since Thanksgiving have kept me very busy, so hopefully today, I get a chance to look at the heaters, cross your fingers.

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Great pic, where's the snow? I don't understand, you mean you poor people don't get to play in the snow, so sorry!
Headed back to the mountains of East TN tomorrow. The snow awaits.
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thought of a cute pic Sena sitting on Jade's back. lol
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Great pic, where's the snow? I don't understand, you mean you poor people don't get to play in the snow, so sorry!
The snow is here!

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The snow is here!
But the rattlesnakes are gone!!
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And while I should avoid them - Sena probably should too for that matter - but I may have a bag of Almond Joy. Cause most of the time, I feel like a nut.
One of the liitle men in my head said, "No Wayne, don't go there. He just "feels" like it." Okay, I won't.

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Dennis, with your allergies, need I mention staying away from Herb.
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How about "round" shapes? Does Sena like round shapes?

I have almonds with me as they are good for the digestive system and a handful after each meai seems to help, so maybe she'll like round shaped men with almonds.
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One of the liitle men in my head said, "No Wayne, don't go there. He just "feels" like it." Okay, I won't. Dennis, with your allergies, need I mention staying away from Herb. =================== Barb, How about "round" shapes? Does Sena like round shapes? I have almonds with me as they are good for the digestive system and a handful after each meai seems to help, so maybe she'll like round shaped men with almonds.
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This is what I regret most about not getting to come to the first RVM Bash....not being able to meet Sena! I had an Uncle with a Spider Monkey years ago, but I don't remember it being too little at the time.
Oh well, some day!
Cindy,

Spider monks aren't small. most are about the size of a 2 year old human and weight about 25 pounds. Many captive spiders have pot bellies.

Sena is on the small side for a capuchin(8#), and am I ever glad! Her favorite place is my shoulder, or if it's too sunny, scary or cold she climbs down my shirt, stands on my waistband and pokes her head out beside mine. Yes, we are a 2 headed mutant

We are near Portland, OR this winter and will go to the GC next Spring and then head back to Seattle for the summer. I always take different routes each trip. Maybe we can arrange a mini curiosity then.
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