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Old 02-16-2014, 07:38 PM   #11299
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Wow, Judy, we have quite a bit in common there! That tends to be a mom of boys situation.... they have a full time woman to tend to, mom gets left behind. I find volunteering helps keep me preoccupied. that and nurturing my plants...LOL! ( not quite the same, I still have one age 24 at home I pester enough to make up for all the other 3 sons....LOL!)
Oh yes.... I have 2 sons.... That is why I have so many hobbies......
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Old 02-16-2014, 07:58 PM   #11300
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Old 02-16-2014, 08:07 PM   #11301
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Old 02-16-2014, 08:26 PM   #11302
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1. Destination 2. An elevator Am I in???
Sarah, welcome to RVMdom!

RVM69, I am very pleased you have joined this fine group of STMs.

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Old 02-16-2014, 08:36 PM   #11303
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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.
It is interesting to me you can smell the steak but not taste it as the 2 are so closely interrelated. Makes me wonder if there is hope for the taste buds yet. By the way...7 years out and my 'girls' are slowly getting some feeling .... weird to get an itch when haven't felt much for so long. I think the nerves are slowly growing back. Haven't had a phantom pain on the amputated parts for over a year now....perhaps those cruel jokes are done.

What I'm trying to say is don't give up hope if there is a hope to be found. {Hug}
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Old 02-16-2014, 08:45 PM   #11304
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Is this blasphemy ??

Since the number one rule of mutantism is "less is more" I am posting a pic taken two days ago, currently the front half has no roof or walls .........
I hope the pic comes through, no guarantee the way the space aliens have been messing with me lately.
I thought I would at least pop in and say hi kiddies.
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Old 02-16-2014, 08:52 PM   #11305
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Since the number one rule of mutantism is "less is more" I am posting a pic taken two days ago, currently the front half has no roof or walls ......... I hope the pic comes through, no guarantee the way the space aliens have been messing with me lately. I thought I would at least pop in and say hi kiddies.
So..........Are you sayin the things that you don't have on the coach you don't miss? There's a lot not there!
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Old 02-16-2014, 08:53 PM   #11306
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Since the number one rule of mutantism is "less is more" I am posting a pic taken two days ago, currently the front half has no roof or walls .........
I hope the pic comes through, no guarantee the way the space aliens have been messing with me lately.
I thought I would at least pop in and say hi kiddies.
Actually it's what I don't have and don't miss!
If I didn't have roof or walls I'm sorry but myself, I'd miss em. But welcome to this craziness. Hope no one was hurt in this transformation!
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YAY! for Mike and Harriet! We all knew you'd make the great mutation from waves to roads.
As for the mothers of sons subsection, I am sorry to find out I am not alone. Because I wouldn't wish it on any friends, not that I don't enjoy the company.
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So..........Are you sayin the things that you don't have on the coach you don't miss? There's a lot not there!
Exactly, and when the rest of the mess is gone, I won't miss it even more.
It'll open up my space I need to use to yank the engine from my pickup so I can rebuild it.
Originally, I had dreams of making use of the motorhome, but not a single inch was spared mouse or packrat infestation and damage, and the wires were so badly chewed up I was totally amazed anything electrical worked, I was lucky they didn't damage the engine related wires too badly so I could get it running.
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It is interesting to me you can smell the steak but not taste it as the 2 are so closely interrelated. Makes me wonder if there is hope for the taste buds yet. By the way...7 years out and my 'girls' are slowly getting some feeling .... weird to get an itch when haven't felt much for so long. I think the nerves are slowly growing back. Haven't had a phantom pain on the amputated parts for over a year now....perhaps those cruel jokes are done.

What I'm trying to say is don't give up hope if there is a hope to be found. {Hug}
There is nothing wrong with my taste and smell, it is just not being able to make enough saliva to spit in God's eye. Cant' make it wet, can't taste it.
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Since the number one rule of mutantism is "less is more" I am posting a pic taken two days ago, currently the front half has no roof or walls .........
I hope the pic comes through, no guarantee the way the space aliens have been messing with me lately.
I thought I would at least pop in and say hi kiddies.
Kevin - I have often wondered if you picked up the towel - after throwing it in the ring. From the picture it's difficult tell which direction you're headed. More info please!
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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. 🚍🚍🚍🚍
As the days click by the GC begins to grow! Great news congrats. Be sure to send a note to Herb, maybe he can get you next to the water to help in your land luber transition!
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Congratulations Mike and Harriet. Have company at the moment - so gotta run - but
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