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Old 06-26-2017, 03:59 PM   #67971
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We just finished up making our reservation. We'll drop in on our way home from our step granddaughter's wedding (which is the 14th and its west of Fort Worth). If Wayne and Earlene are not attending the RVMooning or the Urban extravaganza, we will look them up before heading to Arkansas.
I'll check with CinCHouse and see what she says.
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Old 06-26-2017, 06:21 PM   #67972
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FIRST EVER MUTANT URBAN CURIOSITY FEMUC?

Dates Oct 30 - Nov 6 7 nights or whatever
Dates held until Sept 1.... then released.
Cc to hold, not charged till get there.

Barb/Mutant Is group name

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I have requested riverfront.... they do not give out site numbers....
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Diane, We won't make that one, which makes me sad. The mooning is using up the rest of Bob's time off this year, and while I might could make an appearance, I hate taking more time off this year because next year I will be replacing the 'silicone sisters' with my own body material through 3-4 surgeries , 3 months apart each with probably a week off after each surgery... Probably ending up in Oct. for my last one, so that's about all the time I will get next year, and at that, is a hardship on my pet owner clients because they do depend on me, and I generally do not take that much time off... usually I take about 2-3 weeks max. However, I will probably get 3-4 weeks in Florida... as that is where the specialist is! Not so fun in July... But January, April and October will be nice. It'll be the most I travel next year I do believe!
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Old 06-26-2017, 06:59 PM   #67973
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Diane, We won't make that one, which makes me sad. The mooning is using up the rest of Bob's time off this year, and while I might could make an appearance, I hate taking more time off this year because next year I will be replacing the 'silicone sisters' with my own body material through 3-4 surgeries , 3 months apart each with probably a week off after each surgery... Probably ending up in Oct. for my last one, so that's about all the time I will get next year, and at that, is a hardship on my pet owner clients because they do depend on me, and I generally do not take that much time off... usually I take about 2-3 weeks max. However, I will probably get 3-4 weeks in Florida... as that is where the specialist is! Not so fun in July... But January, April and October will be nice. It'll be the most I travel next year I do believe!


Wow Marty.... lots of healing ohms.....
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Not really very sick...but silicone wears out and must be replaced every 7-10 years...and I decided to do something a bit more permanent so I don't have to keep replacing...When I got cancer, I knew about that, but couldn't afford dreaming that far out...I was concentrating on just getting better....so here we are...11.5 years out... Past time to do something!
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Not really very sick...but silicone wears out and must be replaced every 7-10 years...and I decided to do something a bit more permanent so I don't have to keep replacing...When I got cancer, I knew about that, but couldn't afford dreaming that far out...I was concentrating on just getting better....so here we are...11.5 years out... Past time to do something!


Where will you be in FL?
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Old 06-26-2017, 08:28 PM   #67976
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Miami.
Key Biscayne is where he is. Dr. Khouri is the Plastic Surgeon.
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Hello all you Mutants,

Wow we had a busy day we toured downtown Des Moines Iowa, well the capital building anyway, and it is a very impressive building with a whole lot of history, if you ever get a chance to go I highly recommend it.

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Wow we had a busy day we toured downtown Des Moines Iowa, well the capital building anyway, and it is a very impressive building with a whole lot of history, if you ever get a chance to go I highly recommend it.

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Nice pics Jeff. Place looks interesting and the USS Iowa is quite impressive.
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What I found interesting is the main deck of the ship totals 9 acres, and that this model is actually on loan from the department of the Navy. Also there are two bells on this ship one for and one aft of the tower, each Bell weighs in at 1000 pounds.

Another interesting tidbit is that the Statue of Liberty minus the base she stands on could actually fit into the central done area of this building torch and all. This place is much bigger than it looks, if you happen to go on FB and see Marcia's post she took much better photos than I did.
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So Carl... no comment on my approach to saving you 250 pounds... also shifts the weight forward a bit.
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Key Biscayne is where he is. Dr. Khouri is the Plastic Surgeon.
So is this just a redistribution of your personal, uh, self? if you're up for it when you are in Miami, try to go see Monkey Jungle. There the monkeys are free and the humans walk thru cages to see the monkeys.

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35 years ago Kim and I were married.
Still going.
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So Carl... no comment on my approach to saving you 250 pounds... also shifts the weight forward a bit.
Guess I never clicked the link. That's a sportster, had one before I got my current ride. Great for 1/2 hour rides, after that, it'll vibrate you to heck (just kidding, but it's not the same ride). I don't think I'd give up my touring bike for a main street cruiser. A three hour ride for me is a short one
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