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Old 03-27-2018, 06:51 AM   #74873
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Moi? Just because I must maintain alpha status to live with with Sena?
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Old 03-27-2018, 01:46 PM   #74874
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This. Seen in the new coach line up at the FCOC rally.
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Well...no matter how hard I try, I just don't seem to be able to get Beatrice her inagural mud bath....latest attempt...messy not not a proper chriseniing...Click image for larger version

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Well...no matter how hard I try, I just don't seem to be able to get Beatrice her inagural mud bath....latest attempt...messy not not a proper chriseniing...Attachment 197000
Is the problem a lack of mud, or a lack of time?
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Old 03-27-2018, 04:15 PM   #74879
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Is the problem a lack of mud, or a lack of time?
I drove on the muddiest road I could find... I need to tear up a farmer's field... but I hate doing that to them...... we have a plethora of mud right now... had small hail enough to look like it snowed yesterday, rained on and off all day and today still sprinkling on and off on us. I know where one of my son's christened his 4WD truck... but I thought it bad of him to do that... if it was mid winter and there was a thaw and long enough for freeze and thaw to break up the compaction I 'd do that...Kind of hard to get away with that stuff without getting yelled at when you are bright yellow....and everyone knows it is yours.( small towns...) I suppose I could take it out to a lake and joy ride in an area I don't usually frequent.... now you got me thinking naughty!LOL! Hmmm... Maybe along the tracks on the railroad service roads.....
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I drove on the muddiest road I could find... I need to tear up a farmer's field... but I hate doing that to them...... we have a plethora of mud right now... had small hail enough to look like it snowed yesterday, rained on and off all day and today still sprinkling on and off on us. I know where one of my son's christened his 4WD truck... but I thought it bad of him to do that... if it was mid winter and there was a thaw and long enough for freeze and thaw to break up the compaction I 'd do that...Kind of hard to get away with that stuff without getting yelled at when you are bright yellow....and everyone knows it is yours.( small towns...) I suppose I could take it out to a lake and joy ride in an area I don't usually frequent.... now you got me thinking naughty!LOL! Hmmm... Maybe along the tracks on the railroad service roads.....
Ok Marty, go to the local Sonic, pull up next to the biggest, dirtiest, jacked up truck there. Now you might have to go after are near your bedtime and certainly after Bob's bedtime. But I'm sure those kids can stear you to some real fun! Of course they might call you a cougar but that's the price!
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On 4/14/13, RVMness began.
Shall we spout Rainbows and hug Unicorns ?
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Can I get an “Oh Yeah”?
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That's because everything in the desert is dead and if it isn't, you don't want to mess with it!!!
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Watching for a rainbow to hug, a unicorn to ride,

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GO YOU!


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It is Spring
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And my nasals
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Is RVMdom on a day off?
Herding chickens?
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Here's my luck. The Discovery has been in shop past two weeks getting serviced and minor repairs. Rain sets in last night, continuous rain for next few days, shop calls for me to pick it up! Joy!

Always like to drive the MH but not through highway construction and or rain!

Come on through here Dave, the pollens only an inch deep! Rain should help some!We haven't had any visitors through here in a while, Richards probably getting weak from not eating.
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