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Old 02-15-2011, 09:45 PM   #15
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Dennis, are you familiar with the phrase, "Yes Dear"?
Yes Dear, doesn't that follow "I do!"

I am just worried about the fact that DW has a Black Belt in Shopping and if we leave with too much we have too little room for more and I would suffer great angst knowing she couldn't work on improving her standing in this greatest of female behavior, Bargain Hunting.

Actually I am trying to improve her lot, after all she is married to me.
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Old 02-15-2011, 09:51 PM   #16
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I am glad I am not the only one. Sigh. If we are going south I take out half the food she packs because U.S. Customs will confiscate it anyway and I am not paying to fill their pantries. Washington state does have supermarkets after all.
Clothes are another issue. Fer cryin out loud, how many shorts and jeans do you need for two weeks in Palm Springs? Do you need to be a fashion statement? Nobody there knows us or will likely ever see us again.
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Old 02-15-2011, 11:17 PM   #17
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Yes Dear, doesn't that follow "I do!"

I am just worried about the fact that DW has a Black Belt in Shopping and if we leave with too much we have too little room for more and I would suffer great angst knowing she couldn't work on improving her standing in this greatest of female behavior, Bargain Hunting.

Actually I am trying to improve her lot, after all she is married to me.
Please don't let her get near my wife, I have problems enough already in that category.
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.......Dennis, just drive and everything will be alright. Good luck.
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We'll be selling house in March. Hope to thin out her stuff. DW threw out a small sack of Tapes her first day of down sizeing. So you know at this rate there won't be any room left on the MH for my stuff when we hit the road.

Guess I'll just wrap my jeans round some shorts and my favorite t-shirt, bungy cord it round the ladder of the MH. I'll hide my tooth brush above the sunvisor.
Or may be I can move in with you.

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We'll be selling house in March. Hope to thin out her stuff. DW threw out a small sack of Tapes her first day of down sizeing. So you know at this rate there won't be any room left on the MH for my stuff when we hit the road.

Guess I'll just wrap my jeans round some shorts and my favorite t-shirt, bungy cord it round the ladder of the MH. I'll hide my tooth brush above the sunvisor.
Or may be I can move in with you.

Fred from Pasco, Wa.
Well we do have an extra couple of bedrooms so if you want to come up to Canada you'd be more than welcome. I'll even lend you a toothbrush.

Is Pasco out on the west coast or inland?
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Hi, Poussum

Pasco is located near the Hanford reservation (decommisioned neclear production site from world War II , A-bomb), east side of Cascade mts. on Columbia river. Government is spending millions to clean up the site.
Wish the Government would come in and clean up my wife's stuff.
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Pasco is located near the Hanford reservation (decommisioned neclear production site from world War II , A-bomb), east side of Cascade mts. on Columbia river. Government is spending millions to clean up the site.
Wish the Government would come in and clean up my wife's stuff.
It would cost to much. Think of how long the list would be if they started that. There's only so many billions in the clean-up superfund.
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Hi, Poussum

Pasco is located near the Hanford reservation (decommisioned neclear production site from world War II , A-bomb), east side of Cascade mts. on Columbia river. Government is spending millions to clean up the site.
Sounds like a great project for the area.
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Wish the Government would come in and clean up my wife's stuff.
Nah, you wouldn't really want that at all. They'd probably figure out a way for making you pay the bill.

I read about a Cascades Circle Tour Route and was thinking of talking our little travel group into doing that run. maybe we could include Pasco as a must see site.

Does it glow in the dark or anything?



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