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Old 09-01-2019, 07:38 AM   #82615
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Yep! Since the election (Shanghai) of MLumps things have gone downhill.

Richard must be kneeling down and bowing with head to the floor bidding Queen Ann's doings.


Dennis, Les and Dennis (the slick one)....well they're just Dennis, Les and Dennis what more can one say.



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Old 09-01-2019, 07:59 AM   #82616
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Old 09-01-2019, 08:33 AM   #82617
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This is for Dale/Deb...

I forgot to mention yesterday on my ride, I stopped at a little pull-over on Rt 7 in MA that had a picnic table or two. It was right along the road w/fencing so I needed to find some cover for natures call. Walked up a little wooded path along the fence and was looking around and saw this "box" hanging from a tree.

That totally caught my curiosity as the box said "lock-box" on it yet there was just plastic tabs keeping it closed. I opened it up and it was a geocache! There were some notes and a couple of folks identified themselves and there was also a couple of trinkets in there. Pretty neat. I put it all back and moved along but thought what were the odds I'd run across something like that. It really was quite a thrill finding it.
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:37 AM   #82618
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Thank you Wayne, I'll do my best to change that opinion.

Note to everyone, Sena isn't the only great ape that likes to open closed boxes. Yep I know ill be bringing a few Tupperware boxes or snap open boxes to next GC. That should keep Carl busy for a while.!

Pardon my spelling, the govement keyboards have the letters worn off on most of the keys!

Yes Di you should post more often, and Larry too. And many others!
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Old 09-01-2019, 12:15 PM   #82619
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On Jan 02, 2018 we left for our extended tour from this location we returned to yesterday in Chilliwack BC. We have mastered 10,269 miles in 252 days 21 hours and 49 minutes for a grand total of 173 hours and seven minutes of driving time. Been fun and getting ready for round two. Searching for a place that can accommodate our fluid and filter changes and other needs.
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Old 09-01-2019, 12:23 PM   #82620
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On Jan 02, 2018 we left for our extended tour from this location we returned to yesterday in Chilliwack BC. We have mastered 10,269 miles in 252 days 21 hours and 49 minutes for a grand total of 173 hours and seven minutes of driving time. Been fun and getting ready for round two. Searching for a place that can accommodate our fluid and filter changes and other needs.
My calculations show you've driven an average of 1.6 miles per hour during that entire time!!! (miles / # of days it took youse!) Sure hope I don't get stuck behind ya! Maybe walk it next time, cheaper and better exercise and I bet it'll be faster
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Old 09-01-2019, 12:32 PM   #82621
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My calculations show you've driven an average of 1.6 miles per hour during that entire time!!! (miles / # of days it took youse!) Sure hope I don't get stuck behind ya! Maybe walk it next time, cheaper and better exercise and I bet it'll be faster
Just like the day before the Texas GC?????
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Yep! Since the election (Shanghai) of MLumps things have gone downhill.

Richard must be kneeling down and bowing with head to the floor bidding Queen Ann's doings.


Dennis, Les and Dennis (the slick one)....well they're just Dennis, Les and Dennis what more can one say.



Tim, I don't care what all the other RV Mutants say about you, I think you are okay!

Her Majesties Humble Coachman has been reading posts & etc. etc. However, I got permission to post this to let everyone know I am still around, so be careful what you say...

AND, I am still not recovered from the delicious fish dinner Tim hosted at the direction of Mary. Thanks again Mary & Tim.

I am still waiting on the next wager so Tim can get even...

Happy L@8Or Day to all !!!
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Old 09-01-2019, 06:50 PM   #82623
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Were you at the Texas GC??
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Old 09-01-2019, 08:31 PM   #82624
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On Jan 02, 2018 we left for our extended tour from this location we returned to yesterday in Chilliwack BC. We have mastered 10,269 miles in 252 days 21 hours and 49 minutes for a grand total of 173 hours and seven minutes of driving time. Been fun and getting ready for round two. Searching for a place that can accommodate our fluid and filter changes and other needs.
Hey Dennis, sorry we missed you the other day. We had plans we could not cancel. We are coming down that way this week so hopefully we can get together. We most likely will stay at Camperland in Bridal Falls. I will give you a call.
Traction heavy duty parts has a truck service shop just off Lickman rd. They did work for me before and were great to deal with. They do oil changes for the big rigs there.
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Yep! Since the election (Shanghai) of MLumps things have gone downhill.

Richard must be kneeling down and bowing with head to the floor bidding Queen Ann's doings.


Dennis, Les and Dennis (the slick one)....well they're just Dennis, Les and Dennis what more can one say.



Tim, I don't care what all the other RV Mutants say about you, I think you are okay!

We are the B.C. Canadian contingent to Mutanity!
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:37 PM   #82626
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Ok we are heading towards Carson City soon well in a few weeks or possibly less ... Any suggestions for RV parks in Carson City ??
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We are settled in just south of the huge Flea Market in Shipshewanna IN for a few days.
Not the best of days. Forget the jumping trees - I was attacked by a jumping picnic table while pulling out of my space at the RV park this morning. Unfortunately the table wedged itself against the edge of a raised wooden deck for leverage. I heard it but thought it was the trailer hitch scraping the gravel. Pulled the rear cap loose all the way up one side to the roof and tore off the lower fourth or so of the corner in two good-sized pieces. Crap. Everything temporarily patched with vinyl tape. Now I have to get up to the roof to make sure water can't get in at that corner. There's a RV Service Center here at this park that says they do collision repair. I'll see if I can get an estimate even though i can't begin to afford to repair it right now. At any rate, after that the trip up here was uneventful.
Glad to hear Sena is doing better. Hershey dog has been on Enalapril most of his life So I'm familiar with it.
Current plan is here for 4 days, a week in Elkfart (Elkhart) then up towards Hickory Corners MI to visit the Gilmore Antique Auto Museum. After that knock around MI until mid-October when it's off to Toledo OH for a huge model car show. Then comes the banzai run to Yuma by November 1st (with a stop near Greenville OH to see Carol's son).
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