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Old 04-30-2018, 06:07 AM   #75601
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Hi Wayne ... Oh we will be back we have much more fun to have ...

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Old 04-30-2018, 07:20 AM   #75602
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So after the coolant sensor issue and having it fixed, the rest of my trip back to the northern tundra (sure feels like it) was uneventful. Had a nice drive up I-95 to just below Richmond where I picked up 288 to I-64 to I-81 then I-84 home. It was nice taking 3 days to return rather than the usual 2 days. Birdies survived the colder nights by leaving the generator running with the heat pumps. I think I left a few days too soon, it'll be warm at home in two days
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Enjoy the cool while it last. Already getting into upper 80s here, but luckily the humidity hasn't arrived yet! Wore shorts last couple of days and ready to put away the cowboy boots and get out the flip flops!
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Old 04-30-2018, 08:14 AM   #75604
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'Morning Tim,

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Old 04-30-2018, 08:48 AM   #75606
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Enjoy the cool while it last. Already getting into upper 80s here, but luckily the humidity hasn't arrived yet! Wore shorts last couple of days and ready to put away the cowboy boots and get out the flip flops!
Eww... you chore in flip flops and shorts?
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Eww... you chore in flip flops and shorts?
You think Tim does chores?
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WEll... maybe I ought to rethink that ...
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Censor it. You know, redact!
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So after the coolant sensor issue and having it fixed, the rest of my trip back to the northern tundra (sure feels like it) was uneventful. Had a nice drive up I-95 to just below Richmond where I picked up 288 to I-64 to I-81 then I-84 home. It was nice taking 3 days to return rather than the usual 2 days. Birdies survived the colder nights by leaving the generator running with the heat pumps. I think I left a few days too soon, it'll be warm at home in two days


If Gwen can get beyond Cummins of Winchester tomorrow, we will be in the PA home camp by mid afternoon.
Then itís time to unload Gwen of the livability stuff and ferry her to the fiberglass doctor.
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Mohmms for Gwen!

Smarty is still sitting all alone at the Mercedes dealer in Draper, Utah. Promised parts did not arrive. I'm getting really tired of this big city.
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Mohmms for Gwen!

Smarty is still sitting all alone at the Mercedes dealer in Draper, Utah. Promised parts did not arrive. I'm getting really tired of this big city.
I've been to Camping World in Draper I understand your pain Barb ...
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In 14 days we head to the State Park. Flip flops, shorts and pale white legs! Both my 2 yo and 4 yo GD's have dimenstrated their keen chicken keeping skills by tracking down and picking up a hen without help, and loving on them. I think we are save to travel.

Oh about doing those chores in flip flops, it makes washing off your feet easier!
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If Gwen can get beyond Cummins of Winchester tomorrow, we will be in the PA home camp by mid afternoon.
Then itís time to unload Gwen of the livability stuff and ferry her to the fiberglass doctor.
(Jumping Tree repair)
Is Gwen ill? Or just regular maintenance?
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