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Old 02-18-2014, 04:51 PM   #11411
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The white caps on the Columbia are almost high enough to surf, without a kite. Something serious must be headed this way. Please keep the snow, Dennis. I have an appt to get my staples out in the morning. Snow will make us have to cancel and I know you want photos.
Hey Barb,

Keep your head down there is another storm coming your way on Thursday. I think it is called a pineapple express, and should be done by Saturday.

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Old 02-18-2014, 05:00 PM   #11412
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My back yard a few days ago, not taking the motor home out until it's all gone


















and of course home made sushi for dinner

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Old 02-18-2014, 06:28 PM   #11413
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Another record 87 here today.
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Old 02-18-2014, 06:43 PM   #11414
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Miya is saying,"Look Dad your going the wrong way again!"
No she is not. She is asking if there are any curbs on the way. It just never ends.

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Didja ever wonder why Earlene makes Miya play with Wayne?

Seriously great shot of both of the, one looks even human and the other very intelligent.
If it wasn't for Miya and my one friend, i wouldn't have anyone to hang around with, except for Earlene. (Sometimes I'm no fun, or is it her.)

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Another record 87 here today.
In the 70's here. Thursday it is supposed to get to 80. Around 48-50 over night. Nice.
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Well, as I have stated in the past, I have a little plaque that says, "I am master of this house. Whatever my wife says shall be done."

I just have to find another plaque that says, "I am the driver of this motorhome. Wherever my wife says to go is where I'll go." (have to be careful with that one)

So anyhow, Earlene says she has a cousin that she keeps in touch with via the internet, etc., and that we need to go to Fort Worth area before heading to the GC@CL. So the driver will follow the navigator. (Back seat driver is more like it.)

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Who else? The white caps on the Columbia are almost high enough to surf, without a kite. Something serious must be headed this way. Please keep the snow, Dennis. I have an appt to get my staples out in the morning. Snow will make us have to cancel and I know you want photos.
The Columbia River is known worldwide for its wind surfing!
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Who else?

The white caps on the Columbia are almost high enough to surf, without a kite. Something serious must be headed this way. Please keep the snow, Dennis. I have an appt to get my staples out in the morning. Snow will make us have to cancel and I know you want photos.
I have one of those brown staple removers. Will that work? I'll do if for free.... he, he, he............
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Old 02-18-2014, 07:12 PM   #11418
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Its OK, its back to rain, around noon we had three or so inches and now its about a tad over an inch left. Should be gone by morning.

The Doppler radar out of Washington State is predicting one heck of a rainstorm for the whole area but it looks to be skirting where you are, I think.

Are you near the 97 / 84 interchange? Maryhill State parks area or Lewis Clark Hwy?
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Snowing here as we speak......again.
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Another record 87 here today.
Please send some my way - we are tired of cold!
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Who else?

I have an appt to get my staples out in the morning. Snow will make us have to cancel.
Before I had my last back surgery I went to a medical supply house and bought a medical staple remover. At the appropriate time, I had my daughter and her boyfriend remove the staples. It would have been much harder to ride an hour each way to have them removed. We're all EMTs, so we are kind of medical geeks. It's not hard to do, and it didn't hurt. The staple remover cost $.99 plus tax.

Hang in there - you've already conquered the hardest parts. My wife had a rough time with her knee replacement, but you seem to be doing pretty well! Yay, Barb!
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Well, as I have stated in the past, I have a little plaque that says, "I am master of this house. Whatever my wife says shall be done." I just have to find another plaque that says, "I am the driver of this motorhome. Wherever my wife says to go is where I'll go." (have to be careful with that one) So anyhow, Earlene says she has a cousin that she keeps in touch with via the internet, etc., and that we need to go to Fort Worth area before heading to the GC@CL. So the driver will follow the navigator. (Back seat driver is more like it.) Stand by Muteys, we're a comin'.
Okay Wayne so the master has spoken and boy do I understand that! So your coming to town for family and that's great but if you have a nite your free before we head out let's get together for dinner. We have a place we want to take you too that we just discovered.
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Are you near the 97 / 84 interchange? Maryhill State parks area or Lewis Clark Hwy?
We are near Cathlamet, about 30 miles west of I-5 on State Hwy 4. It's almost a straight shot in from the Pacific and 300 feet north of the Columbia River.

There's a tall cliff behind the house that has been oozing rainwater for days and they have 3 pumps running non-stop trying to keep water out of the old part of the house.

Last weekend 3 pine trees over 50 feet tall were toppled by the combination of snow and wind. Luckily they missed all buildings, but huge boulders have come down off the cliff during heavy rains and taken out 2 different spots on the back wall of the house and the RV garage where we're parked. I decided it was best to park with the engine towards the cliff and not the bed.
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