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Old 02-17-2016, 09:24 AM   #3795
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Tim - glad that you solved the problem and are home. Looking forward to seeing you and Joe for coffee in Yuma.

Rail - hope the surgery works as intended. I too wonder about why that finger went wonky. Glad they were able to address the issue.

BAP - we may be growing older but we don't have to grow up or grow old!
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Old 02-17-2016, 01:26 PM   #3796
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Wow , I need to check this thread more often !
Tim is in the hospital and bemis' furnace died........OMGshk , sure glad it wasn't the other way around !
Hope both get fixed up pronto.
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Old 02-17-2016, 02:38 PM   #3797
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Oh yeah
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Did you say "with a popsicle" or "with the popsicle"?
If the latter,,,,I'm already there !

It's easy to decide what to wear here........
I just put on all of my clothes and shed a bit IF I start to get too warm.

Seriously , I would be there if I could , maybe next winter.
If I was , cargo shorts and short sleeves is all I'd need , maybe a down jacket and a rain suit for the extremes !

So , when do you "take off to the great white north " eh ?
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Old 02-17-2016, 03:31 PM   #3798
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Popeye,

My furnace died but we have been babying it a few years so decided rather than spend $600 to fix it we decided to just replace it. We had a 80,000 BTU furnace and they tell us we only really need a 60,000 BTU and we are getting a dual control? It will only kick in 30,000 BTU in Spring and Fall and the total 60,000 BTU when it is really cold (like it is now).

Hopefully it will work better and save energy at the same time. Hope it gets warm there soon so you aren't freezing. Everyone take care of yourselves. We got to get together someday and have coffee and pie. Sit around a campfire and tell stories.

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Old 02-17-2016, 07:28 PM   #3799
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I've never owned a home and lived on wheels most of my life so I don't know much about furnaces , but I do like pie !

Hope that one works out for you.
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Old 02-17-2016, 07:31 PM   #3800
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Oh yeah
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Did you say "with a popsicle" or "with the popsicle"?
If the latter,,,,I'm already there !

It's easy to decide what to wear here........
I just put on all of my clothes and shed a bit IF I start to get too warm.

Seriously , I would be there if I could , maybe next winter.
If I was , cargo shorts and short sleeves is all I'd need , maybe a down jacket and a rain suit for the extremes !

So , when do you "take off to the great white north " eh ?
Popeye - It is warm enough here that a Popsicle would be great. It would be great to see you next winter but there will be more winters that we will be down here waiting for you to migrate south.

We head back the beginning of April.
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Old 02-17-2016, 08:35 PM   #3801
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Popeye,

I can tell you from experience that Lynne's pies are worth going out of your way to get a taste, or a couple of pieces is even better.

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Old 02-17-2016, 10:58 PM   #3802
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Good Morning Everyone! Coffee is very good today!
Lloyd, not sure why the middle finger got locked? Probably from all the years of driving the old trucks with all the vibrations that go along with it? Couldn't be from all the old Harley's I have rode over the years?
Really, not sure! Just old age, I tell myself! Changed the bandage today, just a little 1/2" cut, 2 stiches, healing up nicely! Not sore today!
Thanks all, for the well wish's!
I hope the weather lines out, and starts warming back up for everyone up north!
Gordon, speaking of popsicle's, they have the best fruit ones in Algodones at the ice cream store on the corner, next to the grocery store I told you about, across from the grilled chicken restaurant! Go straight past the purple store, past the Green Door Bar, to the next intersection, go right 1 blk. Ice cream on the corner(L) side, store past it(L) side, across the street,(R) the grilled chicken restaurant! They also have a beef soup in the mornings, that comes with a garnish tray, and tortilla's (corn or flour) that is so good!
OK, now I'm hungry! Time for lunch!
Everyone have a great day! Rail!
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Goooodmorning all y’all!!!

I’m getting off to my usual slow start. I’ve grown to love these slow start mornings to the point where, even if I do have to be somewhere early (such as by 8am), I get up an hour earlier just to enjoy my morning coffee and early morning time. Speaking off coffee, I can’t wait until my friend returns from Tucson with the Kirkland House Blend coffee he said he’d pick up for me, yummm!

Yesterday I ran my RV’s engine and generator for the first time since mid-November. I’m happy to say everything ran great. Today, now that I’ve repaired my hydraulic storage door supports, I’ll service the coach battery and add distilled water as needed. I currently only have one coach battery. With room for at least 4 batteries I may take the time to move it in front of the battery compartment door so I don’t have so much trouble servicing it.

That’s the news from sunny Sierra Vista.

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Tim and Joe came to Yuma today for coffee at our house. They are very pleasant folks to be around. Looking forward to them coming down in March.
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Steve,
Glad that everything worked out good for you.
Gordon, Tim and Joe,
Glad that you guys had a nice visit and are going to have more before the season is over. Looking forward to meeting you all first chance we get.
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Good Morning All!! Coffee was very good today!
Gordon, glad you had a nice visit with Tim & Joe! Sounds like they must have liked your CG!! From what I remember, if I have the right one in my mind, it is a very nice place! Is it on the right, off of I-8, right before the river bridge in Ca.? Just wondering?
Frank, I am going to owe you and Rita big time for all this MH checking out stuff!! I sure hope this next one is the one!!
Steve, isn't that what being retired is all about??
Popeye, glad to hear that you did not have any leaks! Stay warm, buddy!!
Boy, Jay's cookies, candy, and truffels business must be keeping him very busy, have not heard from him for a long while?
And, have not heard from Curtis for a long while too?? Hope he and Melissa are doing OK too?
Everyone take care! Rail!
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Good Morning All, Rail your memory of the area is amazing, glad your hand surgery went well. Gordon, Tim, Joe, nice that you can connect and have a good visit, also great that Tim and Joe are headed down there. Steve, I've always been a morning person, my father was too and used to get me up early and then the Marines don't let you sleep ether, so the life long habits will continue. Love to watch the world come alive every day. Well gotta go everyone Have a Great Day.
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Morning!

Coffee was a bit watery but hey, isn't supposed to be when it's complimentary

Staying at Lazydays Tampa. It is a bit of a parking lot but has lots of perks and RV's to look at. People are nice and we are comfortable, can't complain.

Have a good day all.


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