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Old 03-23-2014, 11:40 AM   #13133
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A fine job indeed! Just for some info... I know that Sandee and I are somewhat socially challenged in big groups and also barely know our way around a stove. LOL We are learning slowly and marvel at how well some of you folks can turn 2 sticks into a fire and a pot into a dinner. So...the nearest supermarket (Kroger) is about 5 miles away. We are not afraid of getting anything for pot lucks that might be lacking for variety. I have a small stomach (thank you surgeon!) so between the two of us we share small portions and we don't imbibe in alcohol (good for me and anyone around me) but with a road map we can be designated drivers and navigate anyone back to their humble abode as needed. I will get the form done in a couple days.
Don it looks like you are not the only somewhat socially challenged person in our group. Barb is also a social sideliner by nature and generally doesn't participate in anything requiring her to stand out. I'm somewhat a polar opposite and my career kept me in front of crowds for 40+ years. Because of that I now tend to sit on the sidelines and watch and let someone else take the lead although I can still talk with ease in front of people and mix fairly well. That's what makes our group so great! We accept each other as we are and seem to have no difficulty interacting with each other.
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Old 03-23-2014, 12:03 PM   #13134
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You STM Caravan people sound like kids on Xmas eve! Lol
Worry not, the proper authorities have been notified. Signed; A Concerned Citizen. (Pay no attention to the screen name, I hacked in!)
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:20 PM   #13135
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You STM Caravan people sound like kids on Xmas eve! Lol
I would think that they should be envied. Best feeling in that long ago time far far away.
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:28 PM   #13136
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Snarf time!

Includes never ending sushi/sashimi!!!!!
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:39 PM   #13137
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I like a good gin and tonic myself. Usually wait til it's a little warmer though. As I've gotten older my freqency has dropped, but I go about with determination nonetheless...
I don't think that there is a bad time to have a Gin & Tonic, but just to keep the record straight, it did hit 68 degrees yesterday.


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Old 03-23-2014, 03:42 PM   #13138
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You STM Caravan people sound like kids on Xmas eve! Lol

The caravan just adds rainbows to our journey.

Xmas eve starts when we break into Flaggship1's liquor cabinet.
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Old 03-23-2014, 05:20 PM   #13139
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Wayne and TEFFY have submitted their Meal Sign Up Forms and Wayne's brought something to mind. As "Other Food Items" he and Earleen thoughtfully volunteered to provide REAL butter (all goodness enclosed).... So if you're looking for something to bring on KSCRUDE Steak Night - tater / spud stuffins might be an idea - like sour cream, chives, cheese, whatever ya like on yours for the group. to Mr and Mrs M for the reminder. They're seasoned curiosity goers (by another name) but they know how to roll!!

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Old 03-23-2014, 05:29 PM   #13140
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...So if you're looking for something to bring on KSCRUDE Steak Night - tater / spud stuffins might be an idea - like sour cream, chives, cheese, whatever ya like on yours for the group. to Mr and Mrs M for the reminder. They're seasoned curiosity goers (by another name) but they know how to roll!!

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Sandee and I will bring spud stuffing stuff. We will also bring the A-1 because it is THAT IMPORTANT!
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Oh no! Spoil a good steak with sauce! Yek!

Oh well, we each have our own tastes.

Just kidding. I have used it before, but if the steak is nice and pink in the middle, I'll savor the flavor.
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Old 03-23-2014, 06:48 PM   #13142
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We interrupt your normal posting with this delayed response to a previous message.

I don't think that there is a bad time to have a Gin & Tonic, but just to keep the record straight, it did hit 68 degrees yesterday.

And now back to your regularly scheduled thread.
There is never a bad time for a delicious cocktail. But a gin and tonic poolside - now that's what I'm talking about!
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Well Asher Jason-Scott Allred has arrived! 8 Lb 10 oz and 21.5" ..... Whew I'm tired from all this work. Okay guys Cigars for everyone at GC!
Congratulations!! that is truly wonderful.
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It vill! Ah! I think you missed something in the previous 12,000+ posts that the person traveling with the highest RVM# pays the bills. Works for me. Anyone else.
Yeah, but I'm #74, as long as #75 shows up I'm golden.
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Oh no! Spoil a good steak with sauce! Yek!

Oh well, we each have our own tastes.

Just kidding. I have used it before, but if the steak is nice and pink in the middle, I'll savor the flavor.
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Well the Temps here at RVM Central were busy today and made some website updates. They are:

1. Under the Events Menu: At the bottom of the GC @ CL Itinerary page there is a PDF Printable Itinerary. It's on the lower left side of the page.

2. Under Events Menu: A new drop down has been created. The long awaited Meal Sign Up Form is now available. There are 2 PDF printable files there as well as the form.

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