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Old 02-16-2014, 06:04 PM   #11285
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Don't know if it would work for your mouth moisture, but in general will help your digestive system mucosa.
They radiated my throat 420 time over 6 weeks. It burnt my taste buds. Food is not enjoyable to eat. I like salt and can hardly taste it. Sucks. I did just gag down a can of chicken noodle soup.
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:10 PM   #11286
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So, we went almost 200 miles, aye? Such STMs we are! Picacho Peak State Park for 6 nights. Here is a quick shot; more later.
Can't believe I missed meeting you both by just 1 week! I love Picacho Peak. I'm 3 hours north now.
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:19 PM   #11287
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Can't believe I missed meeting you both by just 1 week! I love Picacho Peak. I'm 3 hours north now.
Oh my! One of these fine days.....

We have passed PPSP by too many times. For a bit, it will belong to us!
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:34 PM   #11288
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Oh my! One of these fine days..... We have passed PPSP by too many times. For a bit, it will belong to us!
I hope you make it up "north" sometime!
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:34 PM   #11289
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To all my mutant brethren. Finally got our coach!!! Woohoo!! 2003 Dutch Star 4004, one owner, barn stored when not used, 62,000 miles super condition. Sorry if it sounds like I'm excited (bragging). I got all the systems I wanted except diesel fired heating , but DW got every thing she wanted so by default it's perfect. We close on next Wednesday (Monday a bank Holiday), and boat sold yesterday. Rolled the dice on this entire process, trusted the boat buyers and they were super!!!!!!! Coach came from North Trails on Ft Myers, and our guy Kyle was incredible. Told him months ago if the coach we wanted came in to call us. He saw one from a different salesman being traded, called us a put a hold on it till we came in. It was perfect for us. If we can get it all prepped and equipped in time we will see y'all at the GC@CL. Thanks for all your encouragement and advice thru this process. Special shoutout to PTJeep and Flagship 1. See y'all soon we hope. 🚍🚍🚍🚍
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I hope you make it up "north" sometime!
How about somewhere at or near Camp Verde, March 8-15 or there abouts?
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Oh happy day, Mike and Harriet!

Congrats to you and glad you can make the GC. (Hint hint)

Happy Day indeed!!!!!!
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:46 PM   #11292
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Great News Mike and Harriet! And you'd better count on being at the GC. No more I don't have an RV excuses. If I can have both knees replaced and make it there after 11 weeks, what's your excuse, again?
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:46 PM   #11293
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Those are my stompin' grounds! You're on.
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Sarah welcome to our side of the rainbow. I bet you are one sick twisted mutant so you will fit right in!

Mike and Harriet congrats on your new home! Now get bzy. Getting it settled cause we want to see you guys at the GC@CL.

Wayne, surely you mean your one stop will be up here with us or we are gonna pout and you sure don't want to cause that!
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Great News Mike and Harriet! And you'd better count on being at the GC. No more I don't have an RV excuses. If I can have both knees replaced and make it there after 11 weeks, what's your excuse, again?
But aren't your new knees bionic? Their coach didn't come with the superhero package!
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I hate my neighbors. They're grilling some steak. I have the front door open and even Sadie is sitting there enjoying the smell. Oh... for the taste of a juicy T-bone.
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To all my mutant brethren. Finally got our coach!!! Woohoo!! 2003 Dutch Star 4004, one owner, barn stored when not used, 62,000 miles super condition. Sorry if it sounds like I'm excited (bragging). I got all the systems I wanted except diesel fired heating , but DW got every thing she wanted so by default it's perfect. We close on next Wednesday (Monday a bank Holiday), and boat sold yesterday. Rolled the dice on this entire process, trusted the boat buyers and they were super!!!!!!! Coach came from North Trails on Ft Myers, and our guy Kyle was incredible. Told him months ago if the coach we wanted came in to call us. He saw one from a different salesman being traded, called us a put a hold on it till we came in. It was perfect for us. If we can get it all prepped and equipped in time we will see y'all at the GC@CL. Thanks for all your encouragement and advice thru this process. Special shoutout to PTJeep and Flagship 1. See y'all soon we hope. 🚍🚍🚍🚍
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But aren't your new knees bionic? Their coach didn't come with the superhero package!
Hey, whose side are you on?
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