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Old 12-19-2013, 08:51 PM   #8331
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Bucket List... For Starters: I would like to visit the Red Bucket Rattlesnake Roundup Les runs.

Attend the Possum family - family reunion.

Visit Toyduck at his once favorite place that is being commercialized for a farewell party - then spend a few nights in the Golden Nugget. (Love downtown Vegas).

Spend some time with Barb, Sena and Lily during the good weather months in Washington.

Meet all the mutants at a all member Curiosity just about anywhere.

Finally make it to the International Peace Park in Montana. Yellowstone and Tetons is as close as we've gotten - and the last 500 miles 1 way was always a bridge to far.

Stay near Mavericks and watch the surfers when the BIG Waves come in.

To name a few.
You forgot, going up into Dunners infamous attic with the guys from Pickers with camera crew in tow.
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Old 12-19-2013, 08:58 PM   #8332
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You forgot, going up into Dunners infamous attic with the guys from Pickers with camera crew in tow.
Don - you are so right. Been a good while since "tales from Dunners Attic" first aired. Afraid Mike and Frank with have their hands full with our Mike. They will probably end up leaving their van at his place and walking home to Iowa broke.

Also forgot visiting your Jalapeņo Popper Emporium.
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Mavericks - runs a little long - at least watch the first wave and see the rainbow. Stop when you've had enough.

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Old 12-19-2013, 09:16 PM   #8334
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:35 PM   #8336
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Environment Canada has issued a travel warning due to snowfall and bad road conditions.


They suggest that anyone travelling in the current icy conditions should ensure they have the following:

Shovel
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Extra clothing including hat and gloves
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I looked like an idiot on the bus this morning!
Huh? So what's new?
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Ah! The mini-curiosity happened again. Don and Sandee stopped by for some chit-chat and then of to a nice Taquaria for some good food. Then after it was back to the house for desert.

Pictures were taken to prove the curiosity and I'll let Don post the better ones.

Earlene and I enjoyed their company and look forward to seeing them again at the GC@CL, or sooner.

Herb, I never touched a curb. However, at the restaurant I gave Don a bath, albeit a long needed one but it was ice water and not hot water. Can you say Klutz!

I had to tell or it may not have been divulged "truthfully." Hee hee!
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:54 PM   #8338
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Ah! The mini-curiosity happened again. Don and Sandee stopped by for some chit-chat and then of to a nice Taquaria for some good food. Then after it was back to the house for desert. ...
Wayne and Earlene were grand hosts! Enjoyed the visit immensely. Even found that we had a minor military connection back in 1974.

Proof in no particular order.
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Old 12-19-2013, 11:09 PM   #8339
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Wayne and Earlene were grand hosts! Enjoyed the visit immensely. Even found that we had a minor military connection back in 1974.

Proof in no particular order.
Nice!
Let me guess. In 1974 Wayne spilled chocolate milk on you in the chow hall.
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p.s., I'm the good looking and intelligent looking one sitting on the right as you look at the picture.

Just want to get that straight. Right Herb & Don?
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Nice!
Let me guess. In 1974 Wayne spilled chocolate milk on you in the chow hall.
Nope! I don't particularly care for chocolate.

Don was involved in a military exercise called "Solid Shield," working a Microwave system (AN/TRC-97), I believe. I was stationed in Norfolk at the CinCLantFlt ElintCenter and I wrote the Electronic Order of Battle for '74, 75, and 76 for the Solid Shield exercises. Anyhow, we were involved in the same exercise and now we know each other. So there. No chocolate milk was killed, nor chocolate cows that give chocolate milk. And don't forget for this Christmas season Steve, you get eggnog from milking a chicken. Try it.
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Environment Canada has issued a travel warning due to snowfall and bad road conditions.


They suggest that anyone travelling in the current icy conditions should ensure they have the following:

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Booster cables

I looked like an idiot on the bus this morning!
Good one Les,LOL
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Nope! I don't particularly care for chocolate.

Don was involved in a military exercise called "Solid Shield," working a Microwave system, I believe. I was stationed in Norfolk at the CinCLantFlt ElintCenter and I wrote the Electronic Order of Battle for '74, 75, and 76 for the Solid Shield exercises. Anyhow, we were involved in the same exercise and now we know each other. So there. No chocolate milk was killed.
Entered into the RVM it's a small world compendium!

The Air Force had the coldest milk on the planet - just shy of ice. The chocolate milk was practically a milkshake. My time was brief - never involved in any exercises. (Still avoid exercises.) Just sat in the dark and told pilots hello and goodbye. And of course drank lots of frosty chocolate milk.
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p.s., I'm the good looking and intelligent looking one sitting on the right as you look at the picture.

Just want to get that straight. Right Herb & Don?
What's with the "Killer" look in the third picture? Got me thinking: "What ever it was I did, I won't ever do it again, promise.
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