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Old 06-22-2014, 06:59 PM   #15
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I find it interesting to watch the interstate by our RV Resort. Lots of traffic heading out to the Imperial Dunes. Once in a while you will see a jacked up truck towing a huge toybox with the back end of the truck hanging down and the headlights shining up.

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Old 06-22-2014, 07:09 PM   #16
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Here is the situation. Backing up into the hard to get to site. Wife jumps out to direct the driver. "Turn left" she says into the two way radio, but her arm is pointing to the right. "Turn left" she again says as she points to the right.

So, some of you good people think I should go spark up a conversation and tell my wife she doesn't know beans about lefts and rights? Are you crazy? I can see it now...."Ah honey, you are pointing right when you are saying left. Which one do you want me to do?" Her: "You know darn well which way I want you to go, and speaking of telling you where to go......"

Na, I think I will just keep my mouth shut.

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Old 06-24-2014, 07:43 AM   #17
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Okay I am one that always had the Blk/gray open at all times @ the CG until one day we started to get little knats inside the MH I found they were in the tank @ the CG and were coming in thru the lines. yuck. I read on this site to leave them shut until near full and use lots of water and then run the gray tank after the blk. So that is what we have been doing since. Thanks for the lesson.

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