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Old 05-23-2020, 12:55 PM   #85583
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in the interest of full disclosure I must admit to breaking a Mutant rule from post #1 dated 4/14/2013. I just finished washing and waxing my 33+ foot motorhome. Please forgive me it may never happen again.
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Old 05-23-2020, 01:44 PM   #85584
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Picture above. Earlene said it was October not November.
Who am I to argue with her.

Left to right:

Mary Ann Wohlford
Chuck Chapelle
Sara Stevenson
Colleen Chumbley
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Larry Ziemski
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Bob Sundquist
Earlene Miner
Wayne Miner
Richard McCarville
Ann McCarville
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BINGO !!!
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Old 05-23-2020, 02:24 PM   #85585
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BINGO !!!
"BINGO !!!" inside story, ya just had to be there!

I can remember that arrival on Halloween, Oct 2016 & the Pot Luck & the entertainment that night.

Then later 11/3, Thursday, the picture was at the West End Pizza, Fredericksburg TX.

So You were BOTH RIGHT...

Wayne, you are welcome...
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I was wron.....no, I was just mistaken, but only once.
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Old 05-23-2020, 08:39 PM   #85587
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Moose.....thanks for the memories......was able to capture the pics.....
Bob, you should be very proud of yourself. Sena was a complete introvert when it came to men. She seldom would interact or get involved playing with men; other than flirting with a guy. When we got down to Dateland I was very surprised at how the little imp acted toward you. Just seeing her grin and play trying to make Barb jealous was a fun thing to watch. Just as she changed Barb, you changed Sena.
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Old 05-24-2020, 11:05 PM   #85588
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Farewell gathering at Da Boyz on main in Yuma

We had a great time at Da Boyz for the final spring 2020 dinner gathering

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Paula Jim Dennis Barb Irene Carol Dave
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Old 05-25-2020, 11:42 AM   #85589
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This is Memorial Day, 2020, and this Marine would like to thank every person who has served our great country and continues to serve in any way! God Bless all who have served, died, and continue serving!!!
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Old 05-25-2020, 03:34 PM   #85590
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Let me add my thanks to those who have served our country and my condolences to the families who lost loved ones in the pursuit of peace. This country is better for their service. Far from perfect, the USA is the only place I want to live.
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I was so busy last week that I forgot to notice that 5/18 was the 9th anniversary of Sena and I full-timing in Homer. Lily joined us on 7/3/2011 so her anniversary is still some weeks away.
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Old 05-25-2020, 04:31 PM   #85592
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I was so busy last week that I forgot to notice that 5/18 was the 9th anniversary of Sena and I full-timing in Homer. Lily joined us on 7/3/2011 so her anniversary is still some weeks away.
Got to get some pictures of the 'new' Blond that is traveling with you now. Be over in a bit having a problem with putting the shades away.
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Lol...my first car was a yellow Honda Coupe...the ones with the air cooled engine...I do believe it was just a tiny car body wrapped around a motorcycle engine...kinda looked like Barb's smartie...
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Well now, let me tell about my first cars.

The first was a 1933 Wolseley Hornet sedan. It had an oh so sweet 1200cc in line OHC 6cyl engine with a free wheel device which, by rotating a dash mounted knob, would disconnect the gearbox from the prop shaft. You lost engine braking of course but you could then change gear without using the clutch. It had a car radio which comprised three units - a footwell mounted box containing the speaker and electronics, a dash control unit looking very much like a conventional head except the volume and tuning knobs were connected by bowden cables running round to the speaker box, and, get this, a 12v motor generator set in the trunk which provided the high tension voltage for the radio's valves (tubes). That must have cost a fortune in it's day. That car was sold after it failed the MOT.

My second car was a 1932 MG J2 which was great fun to drive. It was able to keep up with the more expensive cars owned by my pals at Jaguars in our motor club rallies and driving tests. I pushed it a little too hard until it threw a rod whereupon I then changed out the engine for a Ford E93A flathead 4.
The photo below shows me in UJ 859 outside my folks house in North London.

I then traded it + £30 for my XK 120 (the one I much later found in New Zealand). Now, that was a great car - you either loved it or hated it depending on the weather. The photo of the XK shows me studying the torn off muffler on the rough old coast road north of Dubrovnik. I planted that in the pile of rocks on the left side.

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Old 05-25-2020, 07:53 PM   #85595
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Wow!
She’s so cute. And very weenie size
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