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Old 07-07-2017, 07:00 PM   #68321
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I only know what day it is when I open my pill box, except when it's empty! Eek!
The seniors' Advent Calendar, some late night comedian called it. 😆
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Old 07-07-2017, 07:01 PM   #68322
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PoP or.....
.... else?
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Old 07-07-2017, 07:02 PM   #68323
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Happy Birthday July birth Mutants.
And Hayden is 1 (ONE) today!
All what he said, plus HBD to Hayden!
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Old 07-07-2017, 07:15 PM   #68324
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Marty, Martin asks which Jeep you have. It may make a difference in your towing.
2000 wrangler sport big engine cause Bob wants to use it to tow the trailer for his chute when the Ranger dies... It's a bit heavy for the Honey on hills and such, but figured we can unhook and drive up the steep stuff seperately when needed. Honey had no troubles going up hills on our previous trip to yellowstone and utah pulling the chute in the trailer... slow yes, on the hills... but she is anyway on the hills.
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You'll know when I know... lol.
I rarely know what day it is and putting a date on it, oh the humanity!

Today is July 7... Friday!
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Old 07-07-2017, 08:54 PM   #68326
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Today is July 7... Friday!
Thanks Marty!

Since we move tomorrow, I sort of had an idea lol.

So I think Martin was referring to whether it's towable 4 down for certain... some where not, but since it's a Jeep Thang, I have no idea.
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Papaw Steve, I read about your 4 hour shift holding a drill bit in that Cavern. Did you make a life changing choice about your future and not go back to work after lunch?
Oh yea, my college classes had a lot more meaning after that dreadful experience in the working world.
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Prayers sent to all rvm's . Happy birthday wishes to all that had them. May the wind be at your back and cooler then here.and may all your dreams come true. Just checking in. Trying to cover all the bases.
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My story that Barb is talking about is on JUST CONVERSATION thread, page 5.

The thread starter title is WHAT HAVE YOU DONE THAT NO ONE HERE HAS DONE (or something to that effect).
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My story that Barb is talking about is on JUST CONVERSATION thread, page 5.

The thread starter title is WHAT HAVE YOU DONE THAT NO ONE HERE HAS DONE (or something to that effect).
It's a really interesting thread. I'm enjoying it almost as much as this one.
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I've been following this thread and figure I should submit my admission that I don't have any slide-outs and don't miss them, but I do have a homemade ice-cream maker.

Oh, and the journey is the destination.

BTW, any RVMs near the central U.S. that can't make the OR GC mooning are welcome to stop by our northeast KS farm which is dead center for the eclipse (just off US 36 & 73). We can can crank up the ice-cream maker, plenty of milk & cream fresh from the cow.
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I've been following this thread and figure I should submit my admission that I don't have any slide-outs and don't miss them, but I do have a homemade ice-cream maker.

Oh, and the journey is the destination.

BTW, any RVMs near the central U.S. that can't make the OR GC mooning are welcome to stop by our northeast KS farm which is dead center for the eclipse (just off US 36 & 73). We can can crank up the ice-cream maker, plenty of milk & cream fresh from the cow.
Welcome RE_Farmer. I have to say, you sure did do your studying as you've obviously passed the test with flying colors. As it's way past the masters of mutants bedtime, even on the west coast, sometime when they wake up they'll officiate your coveted RVM #. In the meantime, feel free to read the entire thread if that suits you! Hope to meet up with you sometime out on the rainbow.
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I've been following this thread and figure I should submit my admission that I don't have any slide-outs and don't miss them, but I do have a homemade ice-cream maker.



Oh, and the journey is the destination.



BTW, any RVMs near the central U.S. that can't make the OR GC mooning are welcome to stop by our northeast KS farm which is dead center for the eclipse (just off US 36 & 73). We can can crank up the ice-cream maker, plenty of milk & cream fresh from the cow.


Heya, Farmer -- Boy! Did you ever pass with flying colors! Welcome aboard the Crazy Express! By tomorrow morning you'll be in possession of your very own RVM number.

That's a tempting offer of a viewing farm and ice cream! Do visitors help churn or have you gone electric? Although we prolly won't make it out there from IL, I thank you for the offer. Our mutant from Paola will be at the OR gathering, otherwise known as a Grand Curiosity.

I'm RVM #36, another farmer of sorts, an old hayseed still in the country. DH is my English import, Londoner by birth, American by oath. He married the farmer's daughter.

Nice to meet ya! Cheers!
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I've been following this thread and figure I should submit my admission that I don't have any slide-outs and don't miss them, but I do have a homemade ice-cream maker.



Oh, and the journey is the destination.



BTW, any RVMs near the central U.S. that can't make the OR GC mooning are welcome to stop by our northeast KS farm which is dead center for the eclipse (just off US 36 & 73). We can can crank up the ice-cream maker, plenty of milk & cream fresh from the cow.


RE_Farmer.....
You have passed the grueling test for membership as an RV Mutant, in ONE post. Bravo!
If my Mutated RVM counter is correct, you are RVM #161.
Troops, how about a giant WELCOME to RE_Farmer?
Woot Wooooot!
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