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Old 09-10-2019, 03:57 PM   #82741
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Slickest (Dennis and Marcie) and Eez Moose (Irene and Dennis) go together for a mini in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia at a place called Camperland. Lots of fun and chat but no POPs as we were just having to much fun and chatting and forgot the pictures. Hmmm maybe it didn't happen after all.
Yes it really did happen!!!! It was a nice visit and we hope to do it again soon.

We are now sitting at Swinomish Casino RV park overlooking Puget Sound. Not far from Port Angeles Wa. Love this little park and see alot of boats coming and going down the channel.
Next we will head for Marysville Wa for a day and then onto the Cascade loop over Stevens pass to Wenatchee Wa. We will be there a couple days and then a straight shot (3 hours) up to the border. We now live just across the border in the B.C desert!
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Old 09-10-2019, 04:31 PM   #82742
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You know twins run in my family, I use to repeating myself often!

Yep! Most of the time we hear you to clear, to loud, and to often.


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Yes it really did happen!!!! It was a nice visit and we hope to do it again soon.

We are now sitting at Swinomish Casino RV park overlooking Puget Sound. Not far from Port Angeles Wa. Love this little park and see alot of boats coming and going down the channel.
Next we will head for Marysville Wa for a day and then onto the Cascade loop over Stevens pass to Wenatchee Wa. We will be there a couple days and then a straight shot (3 hours) up to the border. We now live just across the border in the B.C desert!

No pictures of proof??


BTW - we are in the Knoxville, TN area and today it was 97˚.
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:25 PM   #82743
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When did you develop duplicatitis?


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Yep! Most of the time we hear you to clear, to loud, and to often.





No pictures of proof??


BTW - we are in the Knoxville, TN area and today it was 97˚.


Thats HOT...
It was only 92 here with a verybrisk coastal breeze.... I worked outside all day moving concrete blocks...


tomorrow at 8;15 is grandparents breakfast... only problem is school is almost an hour away..... too early....
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This is how I spent my summer vacation, building a shed for all my garden stuff. Oh yeah, and planting asparagus, raspberries and blueberries.


That is a nice shed... good job...
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Shed walls look a little out of plumb...oh, wait, that was intentional wasn't it...


Barb planted asperogggus...hmmm, DD and DSIL keep planting that 'roobob' stuff in a spot in the middle of their back yard. I keep asking when they're going to dig up and replant that weed patch. She says, "that's rhubarb." I say, "I repeat, when are you going to ...".


As far as fixing the MH - I shouldn't have any problem with the fiberglass work. I've already reattached the trim strip once after the jumping tree in northern Michigan. Took me months to find a source for those tri-lobe split rivets (let alone find anyone who even knew what they were...). Ended up getting them from an online camping supply store. Unfortunately only came in black finish, never took time to repaint them (don't need to worry about it now I guess).
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Tim planted a jumping tree seed in Oregon!!
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Dave, the shed started as a kit that has plastic joints so you only need to make square cuts. I should have just built a rectangular box. All those angle cuts in the siding were a major PIA. My daughter likes it and that’s what counts because it sits behind her house.
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Tim planted a jumping tree seed in Oregon!!
From seed it will take how many years before itís big enough to jump? I donít think Oregon needs to be alerted, yet.

I planted some giant sequoia seeds a few months ago. They are now about the size of a water droplet. I plan to plant them on Notta Ranch in the Spring, but first I need to plant a "nurse" tree. Iíll probably get a Palo Verde. They take 50 or more years before they even start to branch. Patience is a virtue, but Sequoia can tax the patience of a saint.
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Oh! You don't know Tim's seeds!
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Boy ever since I found the ignore button on this thread it sure has gotten better. I guess it's just you and me Barb so say something nice.

Say Barb on the pic of your shed it looked like tyvak or equivalent hanging out from under the side. Is that from across the walls or across the floor? Either way I'd trim it off, moisture has a way of climbing up areas it shouldn't. I had wood lap siding on my S&B that roated everywhere water could bounce up like where deck is, bushes even garbage can. Finally replaced it with a concrete board that looks like wood.
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Hardy plank Barb. Little more expensive but will be there 99 years from now. (or longer)
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Hey Wayne, regarding the TSD fuel savings......have you ever heard of a person there named Melissa? I have noticed everyone on that thread referring to Joy or Tara. I received my call from Melissa and gave my info she requested. Interestingly, the phone number is different from the one I've seen on the thread as well. Still coming from Texarkana though.
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