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Old 02-19-2014, 10:26 PM   #11509
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They had me thinking I should leave a few days early to meet up at the border and come in with them, but then someone mentioned 'sammich' and I got hungry. What was that? Squirrel?
Chuck, come on in early but you don't have to ride in with them Texans, maybe Diane and Larry an Mary and I can convoy over with you. If I remember right we're parked next to each other. I like to get there early and watch the circus as everyone parks and hooks up!
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:31 PM   #11510
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Quit the sammich stuff... yer makin me hungry...
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:03 PM   #11511
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Hey you furaners outside the country...oops I mean state of Texas are jest jealous causin you don't live in the closest thang to heaven like weuns do!
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:14 PM   #11512
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I love cold meatloaf with plenty of Miracle Whip... on white bread. Email me some.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:15 PM   #11513
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9 O`clock Phx time and the sidewalks have almost folded up on the Mutant page. Pathetic. I still have 3-5 hours before I go to bed. I've had tinnitus so long that I don't know I have it unless I listen for it. Hello..... ....nevermind.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:17 PM   #11514
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Been trying to keep my head above all the latest snow. Temps finally getting above freezing so now the worry round here is flooding! Had to knock all the ice off the gutters so my basement stays dry.

So all this talk about Texas going to Arkansas for GC@CL in April makes me feel guilty for living too far away, not being retired, and being generally antisocial.

Just did the research on keeping up with this thread and the results are it takes 2 weeks to read one month's posts.

Barb, haven't seen any of the promised pictures of the new knees yet. Is Sena back to normal (if there is a normal) yet?

This month may be the shortest in days but it's the longest in anticipation. I think I'll have to go to the dealer and spend a few hours sitting in their units then maybe I'll be able to stand a few more weeks till the TT arrives. Did I mention it has slides, never had slides before.

Well, that's about all my ADD will allow me expound on at the moment, back to the shadows...

Anyways, hope everyone is enjoying where your at, what you're doing, and when we all get the chance to start travelling again.

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Old 02-19-2014, 11:23 PM   #11515
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Mutanity! Looks like another word in the RVM lexicon to me!
Mutanity: noun.
1. The act of a person or person rejecting good sense and deciding that living in an RV and traveling is good idea, and then realizing the RV didn't have things they didnt miss,
2. A group of RV'ers whose collection of yard ornaments and Christmas lights scares casual campers,
3. The act of throwing good sense out the window because SQUIRREL!
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:26 PM   #11516
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Not everyone has thrown in the towel yet!
I see that. I embarrassed some into posting.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:30 PM   #11517
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:32 PM   #11518
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Quit the sammich stuff... yer makin me hungry...
So I'm not sure if a burger qualifies as a samwhch or sammich - but my favorite burger comes from New Mexico. The Green Chile Cheeseburger. There is actually a Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail. I think when retirement rolls around and full time mutating begins - we just may take a couple months chasing down the best GCCB in New Mexico.

Judy - I know you have them in parts of Co too. Possibly even in some pats of Az.

Might just write a book - A Mutants Quest to Discover the Greatest Green Chile Cheeseburger on the Planet. I could eat one now! (Half one would fit my diet methinks.)
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:49 PM   #11519
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Well now I am confused!!!! I thought we were starting on Monday March 24th thru Sunday March 30th. I am scheduled to arrive a day early on the 23rd with Wayne and if Tim drops stuff off we can help him unload and do any early grunt work to prepare.
Oh Lord, help me. How did I get this friend. Please tell hem what month it is.

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OK...I know this is a tad early but here is what I think is brewing.

I think that Steve and I will look at an early departure out of the Plano, TX area on the 23rd. I'm thinking 8 am would be a good start.[...]
Any one else?
I get up at 8 a.m. and depart at 9 a.m. or there abouts. We are retired and in no hurry. It's about 325 miles from where Herb is to CL and 6+ a few hours. Daylight savings time starts March 9, 2014 at 2:00 a.m. Plenty of light left in April (not March Herb) to help Tim out. Now if CinCHouse says we are leaving early, well that's a different story.

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We are about an hour west of Steve in North Ft Worth right by Texas Motor Speedway off 35 so we can pull out early enough to hook up with everyone. It looks like Wayne will be up here too. We will have to ask Earlene if Wayne can come out and play but they will probably hook up too. I think Cart was planning on joining us as well so we could have six mutants Rollin Rollin Rollin Down the River.....oops i mean highway.
If I can make it to bad by 9 p.m. I might make an early run.

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You have to remember that Wayne and Steve are in the convoy. Bring bread crumbs.
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Yes. I will have some on sale at the GC. Also will have a blue light special on these two signs:

Wayne and Steve need a trail of bread loaves to get anywhere.

The GC in AZ is a typo. It is NZ.
First, ya'll have just gotten on the bad side of the Navigator and she will be telling you about it at CL.

Second: We're up to the "N's"??

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Can you drop some lunch meat and veggies also? I will bring up the rear and have some lunch On the way.
You are making amends if you are providing lunch on the way.
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So I'm not sure if a burger qualifies as a samwhch or sammich.....
My definition of a sammich is what you put in your lunchbox. IMHO, a good burger needs to be messy and requires approx. 2lbs. of napkins to eat, therefore burgers are not sammiches.
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Hello Muteys,

I am concerned that some of you have yet to fully accept the retired lifestyle. Meaning being up and on the road by 8am or even 9am ??? Good Lord that's early , how can ya even have you'd coffee drank by then ?

Cheers !!!!
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Just as there are those who want the retired lifestyle yet are forced to get up and go before 8AM
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