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Old 12-05-2013, 06:42 PM   #7547
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Oh no! I was in a North Texas ice in 1979. Took me 1.5 hours to drive 40 miles. When I got to brothers house I had to climb out the passenger side as the driver's side door was coated with .75 inch. Luckily it was a hatchback and I could drag our bags over the back seat. We left Houston wearing short sleeves and I was afraid to stop before we got to that night's destination. Power went out at 3am, but thankfully came back on by 8. Y'all be careful down there!
Hey Steve you tucked in by a roaring fire or what? Ice coating well on its way here in Burleson!
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We've had slushy - freezy - drizzle off and on since noon or so. Temps are still dropping. Anything wet will be ice by morning that's for sure.
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I hope your affliction can be remediated soon.
Epidural seems to be working.

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I remember reading something about leftys having a higher rate of accidents and higher rates of accidental deaths. The conclusion was that too many products are made specifically for rightys.
I've managed to adapt.
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Got my truck back from the dealer today - new turbocharger installed. Total cost was $3,221. Now we have to figure out how to load the 5er with out putting the slides out. It is 7 here and the slide toppers do not work well when it is that cold. More snow due Sat. and Sun.

I might be an RVM but I do have to have a turbo.
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I've managed to adapt.
Hey, Mike. Glad you are doing better. I had some nifty lumbar issues. Took a long time, many years to get better, and I still get that little bit better every day.
I walk like an olympian, hydrate like a fish, and isometrics is a religion.

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Got my truck back from the dealer today - new turbocharger installed. Total cost was $3,221. Now we have to figure out how to load the 5er with out putting the slides out. It is 7 here and the slide toppers do not work well when it is that cold. More snow due Sat. and Sun.

I might be an RVM but I do have to have a turbo.
RVM10 - welcome back!! You are definitely a mutant but going out in 7 degrees is no place for a mutant. Stay warm.
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Well, there's a new Equinox in the driveway. They got the six-cylinder version in on Tuesday, and we went to drive it this afternoon. They said, oh, heck, take it home and bring it back tomorrow night. Well, OK! It's a nice ride, and the V6 gives it some muscle (301hp). If we can agree on numbers, we'll be leaving the Honda behind. It's not even fixed yet, and they don't care. They said they'd pick it up from the body shop after it's fixed next week. The driveway looks a little cluttered up right now - MH, CR-V, Venza, Equinox.

But no rope lights. Ropus Litis sounds like an awful affliction.
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Hey, Mike. Glad you are doing better. I had some nifty lumbar issues. Took a long time, many years to get better, and I still get that little bit better every day.
I walk like an olympian, hydrate like a fish, and isometrics is a religion.

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Epidurals seem to work for me. Never was much into exercise. Too lazy. I do hydrated a lot.
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Well, there's a new Equinox in the driveway. They got the six-cylinder version in on Tuesday, and we went to drive it this afternoon. They said, oh, heck, take it home and bring it back tomorrow night. Well, OK! It's a nice ride, and the V6 gives it some muscle (301hp). If we can agree on numbers, we'll be leaving the Honda behind. It's not even fixed yet, and they don't care. They said they'd pick it up from the body shop after it's fixed next week. The driveway looks a little cluttered up right now - MH, CR-V, Venza, Equinox. But no rope lights. Ropus Litis sounds like an awful affliction.
Ummmmm maybe sweeten the deal with a double trade? Mutate, Mutate!

Even kimono openitis us better than ropus litis.
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[QUOTE=CampDaven;1833974]Ummmmm maybe sweeten the deal with a double trade? Mutate, Mutate!

Until the pocketbook (and dear spouse) say I don't have to work anymore, we need two cars and the MH. I don't think they'll let me drive the John Deere to work. Someone here tried, though, after he'd had a few too many summertime refreshments. Got a ticket for DUI!

Kimono openitis does cause temporary blindness, but it's short-term.

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Tim......quick......take two aspirin and get to bed......your sick. Your catching the litus ropus virus.
Herb, got a little tickle in my throat, any suggestions there?
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Herb, got a little tickle in my throat, any suggestions there?
Oh yes one of Wayne's smoothies is just the trick for itchy throats because of its numbing affects.
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