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Old 03-09-2014, 12:59 PM   #12293
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We don't have to waste out time that way in Arizona
Exactly !!! No changing the stinking clocks for us ,

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Old 03-09-2014, 01:01 PM   #12294
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We don't have to waste out time that way in Arizona
So right, Nissa!

We were here when DST came and went this season. It just dont do dat here.

R U good for lunch on 15th. Sent email.
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Usually lurking - - not posting. I just had an "ah hah" moment. When we gather at GC@CL, I will be able to actually tell my series of old jokes. With my family and friends I just hold up my fingers and we all laugh because we know the old jokes by number. So #7 always works well in a mixed crowd, but #15 is only for the male side of the campfire. The grand kids are mystified as to what we're doing. Much the same as when they talk about Lord Garmadon, Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Sensei Wu, Cole, Zane, and Nya. My eyes glaze over and I drift into a static stare. Also, welcome to the world of mutantism to our newly christened members. For the unknowing, the aforementioned LEGO characters are Masters of Spinjitzu in Ninjago (kids' channel fare on TV).
No hero names for mine yet, but last night ate out with both sons, their wives, and all 5 grands, 2 four year old girls, 2 two year old boys and 3 month old boy. All of a sudden they burst into Let it go, from Frozen, then the Tiger song, katy Perry..... They do know their music......
The oriental waitress gave them high fives. Eating sushi? Or whatever the cuisine is... Lol i eat the crab and shrimp rolls, not raw.... Dziadzia (DH) was too tired to go, he is replacing flooring in rv..... Reducing the amount of carpet. Yippee.....
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Got my clocks all tuned to the right spot... Dh wakes long before I do at any rate, never have to worry about oversleeping if I tell him to get me up at a certain time...
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Michelin Tire Recall

I finally called for my mail from my mail forwarding company and there is a notice from Michelin about a tire recall that my coach might be part of.

All the DOT info matches, but I have a question about the "production period" number. They say that 0210-2512 is the magic dates. Mine is 4110.

From just half paying attention to recent tire talk, I am understanding that 4110 means the 41st week of 2010 and I would be eligible for a new set of tires courtesy of Michelin.

The recall says "no charge" for anything including mounting and balancing and there is no mention of prorating for time or wear.

So guys, did I hit the jackpot or not?
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Old 03-09-2014, 02:57 PM   #12298
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I finally called for my mail from my mail forwarding company and there is a notice from Michelin about a tire recall that my coach might be part of.

All the DOT info matches, but I have a question about the "production period" number. They say that 0210-2512 is the magic dates. Mine is 4110.

From just half paying attention to recent tire talk, I am understanding that 4110 means the 41st week of 2010 and I would be eligible for a new set of tires courtesy of Michelin.

The recall says "no charge" for anything including mounting and balancing and there is no mention of prorating for time or wear.

So guys, did I hit the jackpot or not?
Yes you did!! I hit with the firestone recall on my Ranger, way back when. I thought that was wonderful, but you definitely out did me. Way to Go!!! Now quick go buy a Mega Millions ticket.
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Is it my imagination or is there more commercials in NASCAR than racing?
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I finally called for my mail from my mail forwarding company and there is a notice from Michelin about a tire recall that my coach might be part of. ...
This recall?

Michelin issues recall for 1.2 million truck tires
By Scott Nyerges on February 27, 2014 12:01:00 am

What: About 1.2 million Michelin LTX M/S commercial light truck tires, produced between January 2010 and June 2012. The tired were supplied as original equipment on certain Ford vehicles, and as replacement equipment on various brand commercial light trucks, full-sized heavy duty vans, small RVs and some large pickup trucks. The tire version and size at issue is the Michelin LTX M/S LT 225/75R16 115/112R LRE.

Why: Potential tread separation or rapid deflation, which may result in a loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash.

Remedy: Owners of the affected tires should visit an authorized Michelin retail location as soon as possible to have the tires replaced at no charge.

For more information: Owners should contact Michelin at (800) 231-5893 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern, Monday–Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at (888) 327-4236, or go to Home | Safercar -- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for more information.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:43 PM   #12301
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Yeah, but they are short ones.


Two of the 6 Lemon Drop melon seeds I planted on the 28th are poking the their heads up. I expected sooner, but we had some cool nights.
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Two of the 6 Lemon Drop melon seeds I planted on the 28th are poking the their heads up. I expected sooner, but we had some cool nights.
Hear hear!! Tomorrow I plan to put more stuff into soil in my solarium....and transplant the chard and broccoli plants that germinated... my lettuce didn't do squat.... I'll need to try another variety that is in my freezer to see f they are all too old or if I inadvertently forgot to chill a packet and this is that bunch....
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I've been too lazy to go to the store and get some seeds. I have a couple heads of lettuce that were planted sometime during the winter. One of the bell pepper plants has 6 bells on it and the other only has one small one. Both plants are the same size. I think all I want to add is some Roma tomatoes and sweet corn, just to see how they do. One year I planted corn, the ant ate all th sugar from the kernels
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Yes you did!! I hit with the firestone recall on my Ranger, way back when. I thought that was wonderful, but you definitely out did me. Way to Go!!! Now quick go buy a Mega Millions ticket.
Dang, what a break! The tires on the coach are 3.5 years old and only have 18K miles on them, but we know it's age that counts. Thank you Michelin! These should last until 2019.
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LOL... you could save toilet tissue rolls and cut them in half and coat the outside with tangle trap and make a slit in them and fit them like collars part way up the stalks so the ants can't get to the corn.... probably more work than it's worth for a few ears of corn when you can get it cheap at the farmer's market when it's in season.

did the lonely pepper have as many blooms and they just didn't get pollinated, or did it not have the blooms to start with... sounds like it evened the harvest out with one having more than normal and the other less.... nature is like that when left to itself!
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Dang, what a break! The tires on the coach are 3.5 years old and only have 18K miles on them, but we know it's age that counts. Thank you Michelin! These should last until 2019.
YOu can go many miles now on their dollar!
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