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Old 04-18-2016, 05:21 AM   #4383
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Good Morning All, Rail, Very Nice! Hopefully the small problems are just that.
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Old 04-18-2016, 07:49 AM   #4384
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Awesome combo there rail two pretty ladies you are truely a lucky guy!!!!!

Coffee is good this morning but it's flooding all around here stay dry and safe if your in Southeast Texas.

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Old 04-18-2016, 08:44 AM   #4385
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Old 04-18-2016, 10:47 AM   #4386
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And the pics just get better that is a pretty rig rail

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Old 04-18-2016, 10:59 AM   #4387
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Congrats Rail,
Looking good, when are we going too see her around Mpls?
I know of a few good spots.
Hope the repairs are easy.
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Old 04-18-2016, 11:03 AM   #4388
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Great photos. The interior looks really comfortable. Hope the repairs are going well.
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Old 04-18-2016, 11:30 AM   #4389
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Goooodmorning all y’all!!!

It’s another beautiful southern AZ day and as usual my coffee’s great. Earlier I phoned a friend who lives northwest of Houston in Jersey Village, TX. Mike told me that while his house and garage are high and dry there’s about 18” of water in the street in front of his house. I had to chuckle when I read the national weather report. It said “Move to higher ground!” What higher ground? Obviously, the person who wrote the report had no idea how flat Houston is.

I have a question for the group. During my upcoming Alaska road trip, because of potential mosquito problems, there may be days when I have to prepare breakfast in my Caravan. Can anyone recommend a decent brand of instant coffee? All the reviews I’ve read rate Starbucks as the best, but at $1 a cup it’s way too spendy for my travel budget. Anyone have any other ideas?

Mona’s a nice looking rig Rail! I like the interior layout. It has a nice working kitchen and having a small dinner table is so much nicer then a dinette. It has a huge amount of seating; it looks like 9-10 people could sit down. I’m assuming the driver and passenger seats can be turned around. It looks like a very nice livable RV!

It sounds as if all y’all who post here are doing well!

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Steve, I use Nescafe Tasters Choice in the single packets. Amazon has these as well as a variety of other brands and flavors. Enjoy.

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But life is too short to drink cheap coffee! That's why I pack my Haro grinder with the coffee pot. You might want to check out 12v coffee makers.
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You two look real happy , enjoy the vacation.
Is the smile on Jira's face because she likes the rig or did she realize she doesn't have to go back to work anymore ?

Be careful , somebody could get lost in all that space !
When you get tired of driving around , you could rent it out for wedding receptions !
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Old 04-18-2016, 02:00 PM   #4393
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Rail, Wow, the rig looks great! waiting paid off!
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Steve - a coffee press would work if you can boil water inside. I used to have a van that I used for skiing. At that time I had contact lenses that I had to boil so I got a single burner fitting on a small propane tank. If you can boil water you can make good coffee.
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Congrats Rail and Jira, looks like you found a beautiful rig! I'm sure with your experience being on the road Rail, those problems will be a thing of the past soon. Got the lawn cleaned up today, driveway about half full of stuff just itching to make it to the street! If tommorrow is as nice as today was, it will be gone and i'll put the Winnebago on the street and let the pickup get some sun! Will take pics for sure! Be well everybody, while I do my Happy Dance! Bobby
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Hello All,

Steve, some very nice trails. That is one of the things I want to do when I retire is walk a lot and do some trails and sight seeing. It's hard to walk here since the weather is often bad and nowhere safe around here. I read an "This is what I do while hiking" article and here is the info.

Take a small round pot. Boil water (use for coffee, tea, and cooking food) Put eggs, onions, peppers, cheese in a Zip Lock bag, mix it up, season it, and close bag. Put into the boiling water and cook. Easy clean up. Can do soup this way, sliced potatoes and onion, veggies, anything you need to cook. Hamburger, onion, seasoning and when cooked add can of tomato sauce and you have spaghetti sauce. You get the idea. Don't have much clean up, just throw bags away, in fact you can pre-prepare all meals and freeze them then just cook them in the pan of water.

Rail, I am so happy for you and Jira. Mona is beautiful! Fix a few things and then you are ready to travel. Meanwhile rest and take it easy. I know Frank will take good care of you.

Bobby, I am glad you are feeling the relief with getting rid of things. Don't give it all away though, you still need a few things.

Another beautiful sunny day here in MI. 79 today so yes Popeye, I think it may be over. I sure hope so because I love this weather. You all stay safe, we have to meet sometime in the future. Lynne
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