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Old 03-13-2014, 05:21 PM   #12531
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Hey homeless, you have previously stated that you dont have nor need a toad.

Now, if you state that the Journey is your Destination, you will be a fully qualified RV Mutant.

What say you, homeless?

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Old 03-13-2014, 05:35 PM   #12532
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BTW...I plan on Bright Star loop for the 50 amp service since we will be there 5 maybe 6 days. Does anyone think the Deer Haven loop with 30 amp would be better?

Don,
Make sure you are at the Sulphur Unit. Dr. Creek is not good.
I told the Park Rangers that we would have some large MH and they said Bright Star would be better suited for larger RV's.

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Old 03-13-2014, 06:23 PM   #12533
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For the Cooper Lake folks...

I will be there starting the 18th. It is totally up to you but if you put me down as an authorized person for your account I can possibly get to the office early on the morning of your arrival and grab a site that I think you will want. For those that are only going to be there 1 night and have a toad I can work on getting a pull through site. If you are interested you will need to call 512-389-8900 and let them know I am authorized. After that send me a PM with your coach length, if you are pulling a toad and your arrival date. I will try to get us reasonably close together and sort out if there are any sites that might be better than others. Also send me a phone number and Email address. If you won't have a toad and prefer a pull through I will do me best to grab one of these but let me know.

Totally up to you.
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Old 03-13-2014, 06:30 PM   #12534
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Hey homeless, you have previously stated that you dont have nor need a toad.

Now, if you state that the Journey is your Destination, you will be a fully qualified RV Mutant.

What say you, homeless?

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May Be I skert him off. Sorry for my forward questions, I didn't mean to scare anyone away, as all are welcome here on the rainbow, whether they proclaim their mutantcy, or just stop by for a visit.
We can handle the scrutiny and the people pointing and laughing at us. It is all OK.
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Old 03-13-2014, 06:57 PM   #12535
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Hey Don ,

I have a grill that does rare & medium rare I'd be happy to help.

Cheers !!!
We have 2 Coleman Roadtrip grills. 1 stays on the bus and I can easily make room for the 2nd. Also have a Coleman 2 burner stove and 2 Nuwave cooktops. Also a 4' and 6' table.
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We have 2 Coleman Roadtrip grills. 1 stays on the bus and I can easily make room for the 2nd. Also have a Coleman 2 burner stove and 2 Nuwave cooktops. Also a 4' and 6' table.
X2 Chuck mine is a Coleman Road trip also.
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X2 Chuck mine is a Coleman Road trip also.
We liked it so well, we bought a 2nd for the S&B after the SS Ducane took am 8' dive from the back porch one stormy night. A low profile stays better in 40mph winds.
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We liked it so well, we bought a 2nd for the S&B after the SS Ducane took am 8' dive from the back porch one stormy night. A low profile stays better in 40mph winds.
Geeessshhhh that must have made a heck of a crash .... did you at least salvage the SS ?
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My Ace Hardware chacoal hibachi and my Weber Q100 are not used to mingling with other brands, but they have agreed to tolerate the issue during the GC.

Guess we should keep them separated at the GC, lest some fighting, carousing and resultant mutant grill hybrids may emerge. EEK
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My Ace Hardware chacoal hibachi and my Weber Q100 are not used to mingling with other brands, but they have agreed to tolerate the issue during the GC.

Guess we should keep them separated at the GC, lest some fighting, carousing and resultant mutant grill hybrids may emerge. EEK
Hey Dave,

Remember you accused mine of being a lawnmower which it is not ... but I'd be happy to grill you a hunk of meat !!!

Cheers !!!
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My Ace Hardware chacoal hibachi and my Weber Q100 are not used to mingling with other brands, but they have agreed to tolerate the issue during the GC.

Guess we should keep them separated at the GC, lest some fighting, carousing and resultant mutant grill hybrids may emerge. EEK
We will be in Arkansas. This may be an easy alternative?

Could pick one or two up at the Piggly Wiggly?
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We will be in Arkansas. This may be an easy alternative?

Could pick one or two up at the Piggly Wiggly?
Now that right there is funny .... I don't care who you are ......

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We have 2 Coleman Roadtrip grills. 1 stays on the bus and I can easily make room for the 2nd. Also have a Coleman 2 burner stove and 2 Nuwave cooktops. Also a 4' and 6' table.
There is a long work table/buffe table at the pavilion and many picnic tables but if we are forced to move any events coach side extra tables might be nice. They may be difficult to travel with.
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There is a long work table/buffe table at the pavilion and many picnic tables but if we are forced to move any events coach side extra tables might be nice. They may be difficult to travel with.
Hey Tim!

Those of us with Jeeps can just lasso the tables and drag em where we need em .... yes .....?

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