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Old 11-21-2015, 11:18 PM   #2941
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Goooodmorning!!!!

Wont be able to go to Olympia today as planned. Family duties call.

Rail no word back about your coach yet. Going to call again today. Drive me nutz when people place ads and dont return calls/emails. I was looking forward to the ferry ride.

Thanks for the tip on the CC. She looks great from the one pic. We'll see if this one calls back. Price is just above NADA.

Heres one on RVT so you can see what this model looks like 2004 Country Coach Allure Newport, Class A - Diesel RV For Sale By Owner in Rancho cucamonga, California | RVT.com - 175192
Jay, did either ever call you back? It is very strange, people posting things for sale and not calling or emailing back a response? Must be a scam of sorts, but for the life of me, I do not understand it? Oh, well?? Plenty of them out there, just have to wade through the mess! Rail!
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Old 11-22-2015, 05:24 AM   #2942
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Good Morning Gang,


It snowed most of yesterday and I think we got somewhere around 6 inches here. Definitely came in hard. Hopefully means it will be over sooner too.


Coffee is great this AM. Love sitting relaxed and drinking it. No big plans for today. Maybe make some cookies for Thanksgiving. Hope each of you has a good day.


Rail, Good luck finding that rig. Seemed to me that I would never find ours but just kept looking and it finally appeared. Never know when someone will decide to put it up for sale.


Peace to all and prayers for healing and love. Lynne
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Old 11-22-2015, 06:49 AM   #2943
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goooodmorning group,,


cold enough to freeze your short hairs off here this morn....lol--coldest day so far..


LYNNE,, thought it was your B/DAY this weekend,...and the snow you got seemed to have stayed north of us --sure is pretty though...but im sure your ready to trade it for white sandy beaches soon...


just want to thank everyone again for the prayers,,,,thats something we all cant get enough of for sure...


i hope everyone has a great day..----stay safe and well my friends...
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Old 11-22-2015, 07:43 AM   #2944
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Good Morning Gang,
Liquid snow here, supposed to get cold tonite and tomorrow, but I'm sure all of you would take it. Lows in the upper 40's and highs in the upper 60's.
Lynne,
Happy Birthday!!!!!!
Have a great day all, and above all else, Be Safe,
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Old 11-22-2015, 07:59 AM   #2945
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Morning,
Go Vik's
19 this am and a dusting of snow.
Have you heard me say "I hate this laptop" well I do I wish we could get the desktop back up and running. $$$$$$$$$$$$
I guess I need to get used to it as I will be using it while out on the road.
Coffee is good this morning but getting cool so I need to get it warmed up.
Much better.
Dosed off last night around 5 woke up @ 7:30 and thought it was AM but after trying to find my AM programs I realized it was PM
Is that a age thing?
Still no call on my new tires, I hope that means they are going to be hot off the press.
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just a few quick pics of what we did with the old beat up winnebago.
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Old 11-22-2015, 09:02 AM   #2947
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Morning All;
Yuma Crossing balloon festival is on. They are supposed to launch right across the river from us. Yesterday was a wash because of high winds. It appears they are not launching today either as there is a fairly stiff breeze.

60 here at 8am. Will get to about 80 today.

Happy Birthday Lynne.

Have a wonderful day all.

Nice trailer Jeff and Debbie. Great display of skill and imagination to come up with the design. Very attractive.
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Bap, nice job , love the wash tub sink, did you put the drain in the bottom?
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Good morning! 20 degrees here this morning. Taking the slack out of the kitchen sink water lines worked! We have running water in that sink this morning. I celebrated by getting water for the coffee from the kitchen sink. (Good coffee!) happy birthday, Lynne. I like the Winnie pictures.

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yes the drain is hooked up..
we made a toilet room in the closet with a wash pan as well.. i will see if i have more pics of it..,,,-----and thanks for the kind words...----
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GooooooooodMorning!!!!!

Icy again this AM. No snow though so I wont complain. Cant say I miss that one bit.

Granddaughters spent the night here. Their momma is going to the game today. The wee one was up at 630. Grandma dont like being up this early.

As for me, since I am outside with my cigar and coffee I still get my morning quiet time. Soon I will go in and make ableskivers for them. They love em and poppa is the hero of the day



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Jay, We live in Puyallup. Sounds like your a pro maybe I need to make a trip up there I would even treat to you Fred's for a good beer probably more than one.

Make it a good single malt and I'll rewire the whole rig.

Just not during a Seahawks game. We wouldnt get much done anyway.


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Once put an alarm system with remote start in a new BMW. I always soldier, heat shrink and retape all connections. Well, soon afterward the owner was driving along and the car died. He had it towed to BMW who took one look, saw the aftermarket alarm fob n his keychain and said the installer did it. He had it towed to our shop and was pretty ticked off.

It just so happened I read an article in Autoweek that month about a recall on the injection system controller for just this issue. I removed the dash panels and showed the owner every connection I made in the car. Then I told him abut the recall. He asked for a copy of the article, thanked me for my time and understanding. Boy was he ticked at BMW now. He had the car towed back to them and handed them the recall story. Then he told them to get on the phone and call me to apologize. That NEVER happens. They fixed his car, paid all the tow bills, paid for his rental while his was in the shop. The owner brought me a bottle of single malt. After that, I did every vehicle he owned and he sent me a lot of clients.

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Jay, did either ever call you back? It is very strange, people posting things for sale and not calling or emailing back a response? Must be a scam of sorts, but for the life of me, I do not understand it? Oh, well?? Plenty of them out there, just have to wade through the mess! Rail!
Nope, not a peep. 2 calls. Will try again today. Maybe they work a lot or odd shifts? But then, some folks are just flaky. I have one friend that never listens to voicemails. She either calls back and asks what I wanted or I get crickets. I have learned to just send texts.

The HR in Marysville is pretty nice. A few minor issues. Made them an offer which they declined, so far. Since it has almost no miles since a fluids change an analysis is a waste of time.

Trying to get over to see that CC. If they just call back.
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NOT MY BIRTHDAY It was my Niece's. Mine is in February! But thanks for all the wishes, know it comes from the heart.


Very Sunny today and on all the white stuff it sure is bright Woo, can't look out the window without sun glasses Yes, I would love to be and will be on a beach somewhere warm in the next two years. 2017 I will be out of here for winter. Seems a long time off but know it probably isn't.


Love the trailer Bap. Glad you are back on.


Later everyone, have a great sunny day! Lynne
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Old 11-22-2015, 01:51 PM   #2953
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Lynne
I think they are just trying to make your retirement come sooner !!!
I'm not sure if it will work that way .
Ya know , I start telling my next birthday age months in advance so when it arrives , it won't be such a shock!!
Guess we'll all remember in January now......



Hoping everyone that is doing the doctor thing gets through it soon and better than ever.
I never could figure out the insurance/doctor snafu ,,,
they probably don't know any more than we do !



Still no snow now but it sure is getting cold enough at night.Only a matter of time. Looks like that big storm front is going up to Canada instead of here ,,,,wheeeeeeeeeeeew!

I've been boondocking in the truck repair lot for 3 weeks now waiting for them to squeeze me in for my brakes. It's out in the country and much nicer than where I usually hang out so no complaints here.
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Jeez Lynne. Sorry about rushing the birthday. Hope we didn't make you feel older!!
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