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Old 03-15-2014, 09:24 PM   #12713
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They are shaped liked little Airstreams.
Airstream rope lights. Hmmmm.
IMHO rope lights are like ropes, yes?
Do you have tea lights? If so, you do not have rope lights I would not tease you about them.

So, Nissa, do you have rope or tea?
Or shall we ask the membership? :-)

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Old 03-15-2014, 09:28 PM   #12714
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Airstream rope lights. Hmmmm. IMHO rope lights are like ropes, yes? Do you have tea lights? If so, you do not have rope lights I would not tease you about them. So, Nissa, do you have rope or tea? Or shall we ask the membership? :-) Thanks again for lunch, you STM!
I have tea lights and rope lights. Mwahaha. I am that twisted.
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Old 03-15-2014, 09:32 PM   #12715
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Old 03-15-2014, 09:53 PM   #12716
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I have tea lights and rope lights. Mwahaha. I am that twisted.
Oh my! You ARE!
K. I have neither. I MIGHT tolerate tea lights, but NOT the ropies. Nononono!

Save yourself! Contact Elizabeth (RVM55) for marginal analysis and tell her you are WAAAAY outside the margins.

You are an off the edge, you STM! But it is not unexpected from a young RVM such as you, sooooo....Nevermind. ;-)
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:13 PM   #12717
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I have tea lights and rope lights. Mwahaha. I am that twisted.
I like rope and tea lights. Undercarriage lights are nice too. Lantern light - campfire light - moon light - are great too. Fireflies are cool. Candles are nice on a picnic or dinner table. A kid with a flaming marsh mellow on a stick is a favorite light of mine. The twinkle in Annnies eyes when she is scheming is a another of my favorites. She still lights my fire - another great light. Plenty of room for all kinds of lights in the RVMdom.
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:18 PM   #12718
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I like rope and tea lights. Undercarriage lights are nice too. Lantern light - campfire light - moon light - are great too. Fireflies are cool. Candles are nice on a picnic or dinner table. A kid with a flaming marsh mellow on a stick is a favorite light of mine. The twinkle in Annnies eyes when she is scheming is a another of my favorites. She still lights my fire - another great light. Plenty of room for all kinds of lights in the RVMdom.
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:40 PM   #12720
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I like rope and tea lights. Undercarriage lights are nice too. Lantern light - campfire light - moon light - are great too. Fireflies are cool. Candles are nice on a picnic or dinner table. A kid with a flaming marsh mellow on a stick is a favorite light of mine. The twinkle in Annnies eyes when she is scheming is a another of my favorites. She still lights my fire - another great light. Plenty of room for all kinds of lights in the RVMdom.

Errr... your camp fires.. right??? Don't go getting in trouble....
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:49 PM   #12721
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Marty,

Sena has always hated vacuum hoses. I guess she thinks they are snakes. I put in a central vac and the long blue hose stirs her into a frenzy. She bravely jumps down to slap at it, all the time screaming obscenities. Once I store the hose back in it's cabinet she acts like she has defeated a monster. Lily can't quite figure out what Sena is getting so worked up about.
Another vivid Sena characterization, I love these little clips about your life as her "Mom". We have one dog terrified of loud booms as in guns or fireworks or thunder or vacuums, and one who is mystified by her sister's fear.

And how are your new Knees doing? Did I miss an update? I hope you are well pleased with your mobility.
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:55 PM   #12722
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I like rope and tea lights. Undercarriage lights are nice too. Lantern light - campfire light - moon light - are great too. Fireflies are cool. Candles are nice on a picnic or dinner table. A kid with a flaming marsh mellow on a stick is a favorite light of mine. The twinkle in Annnies eyes when she is scheming is a another of my favorites. She still lights my fire - another great light. Plenty of room for all kinds of lights in the RVMdom.
Alright sappy boy your makin us all look bad to our DW's. Now I gotta go practice my suave for the upcomming mini.
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Old 03-15-2014, 11:34 PM   #12723
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ARRRGGGHH!
I did not know you had rope lights.
In defense of Wingennis: Rope Lights and Drinkin', when combined, lighten the mood and fix stuff. Just sayin' ...

Besides, sea breezes blow out candles.

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I like rope and tea lights. Undercarriage lights are nice too. Lantern light - campfire light - moon light - are great too. Fireflies are cool. Candles are nice on a picnic or dinner table. A kid with a flaming marsh mellow on a stick is a favorite light of mine. The twinkle in Annnies eyes when she is scheming is a another of my favorites. She still lights my fire - another great light. Plenty of room for all kinds of lights in the RVMdom.
Oh, man. I gotta make Dave read this!

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Old 03-15-2014, 11:56 PM   #12725
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And how are your new Knees doing? Did I miss an update? I hope you are well pleased with your mobility.
After the third week I stopped sending out updates. I am more mobile now, 5.5 weeks out, than I was prior to surgery, Yeah! I'm back to driving the car, but the MH will remain parked until April. I'm not yet flexible enough to get into the kayak with anything that would resemble grace, so there's still some work to do. But yes, I'm very pleased and SO glad I suffered extra in the beginning by having both done so I don't have to go thru it again.
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Alright sappy boy your makin us all look bad to our DW's. Now I gotta go practice my suave for the upcomming mini.
Herb - as I have told wingmen for years, if ya have to practice or take notes, it'll never pass even casual scrutiny.
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