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Old 04-01-2017, 09:20 AM   #65367
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You must remember, the one that fell had help from a tornado! Many engineered homes don't stand up to those!

What I really need is someone to help with a weight distribution test! The test consist of having someone with lots of mass dance around in the stand while I check the legs on the stand and down riggers for movement. Wearing a toto is optional.
No way would I stand on something that has fallen once. It should have been built "to code" the first time. Thimk!
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I think I know someone that fits that description.
Who's side you on?!

p.s., I may be round but I'm not heavy! :-)
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Tim, I think you meant to say Tutu. A Toto is a Japanese bathroom fixture which is not often worn.
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:47 AM   #65370
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Tim, I think you meant to say Tutu. A Toto is a Japanese bathroom fixture which is not often worn.
Martin, you expect too much from tutu wearing mutants. Who knows what and where their attire attempts will take them.
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Tim, I think you meant to say Tutu. A Toto is a Japanese bathroom fixture which is not often worn.
Or a small dog owned by Dorothy who took a trip to Oz.
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Or a small dog owned by Dorothy who took a trip to Oz.
Or a band....
https://youtu.be/JUmO5Kzdus8
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Cheech Moran wore a Tutu in ' Up In Smoke ' funny movie.
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For those of you who boondock, and I know that's only a few of you, I have stumbled into a wonderful place. It's where I have been since Thursday on the shore of Lake Powell. This area is called Lone Rock named after the behemoth in this picture below

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This is part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation area. Facilities here include an RV dump, dumpsters, lots of pit toilets, real restrooms (if you are willing to hike or drive) and outdoor(cold) showers. If you have any of the National Park passes there is no charge to camp here. That helps keep it a bit more sane here as after 8 pm there is a $14/nite charge without a pass. We are only about 200' from the lake's edge. Everything is clean and well maintained. The photo above was taken from our entry steps.

Lily LOVES it here. She can run free, chase ravens and roll in the sand. Even Sena has ventured out to explore. I was warned to stay towards the north end where the sand isn't very deep as many have gotten stuck on the south end.

This will be part of our north and southbound treks as long as the weather stays nice. And there is a FHU campground also on the lake about 4 miles south.
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Bob and I stayed there on our way to The GC at Bryce... it was the night before we pulled in... Just lovely! Take care with the sand to not get stuck! We tried to get as close to the water/Rock as we could without getting too deep in the sand...lovely boondocking! We walked down to the water's edge. Bess enjoyed it too, but ya have to watch out in the grasses for stickers. They really like her fur. Enjoyed it immensely.
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Bob and I stayed there on our way to The GC at Bryce... it was the night before we pulled in... Just lovely! Take care with the sand to not get stuck! We tried to get as close to the water/Rock as we could without getting too deep in the sand...lovely boondocking! We walked down to the water's edge. Bess enjoyed it too, but ya have to watch out in the grasses for stickers. They really like her fur. Enjoyed it immensely.
And Bess don't need no stinkin stickers!
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Tim, I think you meant to say Tutu. A Toto is a Japanese bathroom fixture which is not often worn.
Wonderful, my English is being corrected by an Englishman

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Martin, you expect too much from tutu wearing mutants. Who knows what and where their attire attempts will take them.
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Or a small dog owned by Dorothy who took a trip to Oz.
Great, join their side, you just went from great mutant journalists to monkey lady!


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Cheech Moran wore a Tutu in ' Up In Smoke ' funny movie.
Hey Dude, I didn't see the movie, I lived it.
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I bet you have all the albums!



Hey Dude, I didn't see the movie, I lived it.
well during the 60s I was not a fan because I was married and having babies. Some of my friends and family were hippies. And all those movies make me laugh. Anyway heres a flower for you.

This movie was so funny. Also the music back then 'rocked'.


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Hey, Possum! A couple from Okanagen just pulled in beside us for the night, taking 3 more weeks to get back. They've been gone since mid-September. Imagine that!
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Hey, Possum! A couple from Okanagen just pulled in beside us for the night, taking 3 more weeks to get back. They've been gone since mid-September. Imagine that!
Whereabouts in the Okanagan? This is Canada eh? everything gets spelt with an eh!

Being they be from BC they will likely be kind and generous and likely related to Les.
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