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Old 02-28-2015, 08:22 PM   #1387
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Good Evening, I like exercising my genny, she don't get out much . Lynne, that's a great photo , Go on U tube and look for old campers there's some great videos on some old time RVs. Jay, that was a hi class rig , one step up from a Conestoga wagon and mules . Been busy this weekend just going out to see friends ect. Going out for breakfast tomorrow with a guy I went to school with, been friends since kindergarten, we go on vacation every year on the motorcycles, figure I'm going to holed up in the house for a couple weeks, gotta do what I can while I can . Have a great night all.
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Friend sent a pic of this and thought it was kind of cute. People can create anything and have been for years which is why we have such great rigs today.
Needs a porch and a rocking chair!
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Good Afternoon, Jay, a build rally sounds like fun, with all the skill sets of everyone, we'd have a great time. Curtis, sounds and looks like you guys are getting the snow that we usually get, we've been lately just cold. Shop looks good..
Thanks.! The shop is a great man cave. It's got a bathroom and refrigerator. Plus bIg screen TV.
I don't drink myself but I keep the thing cold. I keep the freezer stocked with ice cream and popcicles. GRANDKIDS love me!

I missed posting up this morning
My buddy , a sergeant with our local PD, called last night and asked if I wanted to hang out today with him. He came by in his Land Rover and we went out looking for people to pull out of ditches. ( not his patrol car)
What a fun day. Then we finished it off working on his expedition trailer tent set up.

It was warming up here today to where the yesterday's snow started to melt. Then the temps dropped at sundown and it's all froze over in ice now. Going to Church tomorrow may be out of the question
.22 miles, one way, is a long way to drive on ice for a 1 hour Church Service. And then of course there's the night service and social too.

We'll see!
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Not to rub it in, but we will have five days in a row of 80 before the next cold front arrives. Never mind, I'm rubbing it in.
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Good Morning All, Gordon, I agree a rockin chair would be perfect! Curtis, actually that sounds like a great way to spend the day (pulling people out of ditches). Your shop sounds like the perfect set up . Today is meteorological spring yeah!! other spring is 20 days away but who's counting . Hope the ice goes away for you guys down south soon. HH, I'm glad someone is getting warm weather, are you getting the rain alot are getting down there?
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Most all that heavy rain went north or south of me but got some. Just not the heavy stuff.
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Apparently they sold the chassis and people could make what they wanted out f those. This person made a camper. Would love to see what they did to the inside of it. I really like some of the older ones. People put a lot of thought into designing them.


Hope the ice goes away Curtis cause that stuff is nasty to drive on. Glad we aren't getting it here but we have had several mornings that it ha been very slippery driving in. I always allow extra time in the winter cause I drive 31 miles. Wish more people would do that. I look forward to the day when I can take my time driving to the net CG.


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Thanks.! The shop is a great man cave. It's got a bathroom and refrigerator. Plus bIg screen TV.
I don't drink myself but I keep the thing cold. I keep the freezer stocked with ice cream and popsicles. GRANDKIDS love me!
Careful now. You will have to put in an RV park for all of us.
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look out curtis,,,,,here we come...im not a drinker either so im after the ice cream myself...lol..


i will be the one in the uncle eddie rv......lol
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Careful now. You will have to put in an RV park for all of us.
Agree. All that has to be added is a grill and smoker. Well - maybe a pool but just wishing.

Curtis, I am starting to get shop envy. It does sound like a great setup.
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Terry - Only a few days until your knee surgery. Early best wishes for a good surgeon with lots of skill to give you the best knee with the fewest complications. Thoughts and prayers with you and Eleanor.
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Terry - Only a few days until your knee surgery. Early best wishes for a good surgeon with lots of skill to give you the best knee with the fewest complications. Thoughts and prayers with you and Eleanor.
x2. Keep us posted, we're pulling for ya
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Good Afternoon All, HH, boy by the looks of it I'm glad your not getting it. Had a good day today visiting, don't do that very often, getting a little snow tonight 5 or 6". Thanks everyone for the well wishes, I have the same surgeon that did the left knee, he did good on that one, and is very prominent in the replacement community so I believe I'm in good hands. I will let all know when I can, or have Eleanor do it for me. Have a good night all.
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