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Old 08-24-2020, 10:31 AM   #86619
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When we bought our present MH we pulled the "outside kitchen" out of the bay for more storage space. It's been in the shed for a few years now. Got to thinking (I know, that's bad) and seems like it would be a nice addition to the patio. The unit was to low, only 21 inches high so I needed to build it up. Used 2 x 12 with 3" wheels and it brought it up to cooking height. Has an induction cook top that works fine. The big empty space is where the refrigerator/freezer (can be used for either) goes. It's in the shed also.

Anyhow, when you come visit, the Traeger and now outdoor patio kitchen can cook you some good vittles!

Yes, the wood will be painted - someday. Please tell Earlene it is not necessary to remind me every 6 months.
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Old 08-24-2020, 11:25 AM   #86620
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NO MASKS?

We trust you guys have all recently tested negative.
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Some pics on the ongoing activities...

One reason why mutants gather:

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New recruits get the full deal from the grand poobah:

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Welcome to yet another Dave and his wife Sherry

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And of course, an abundance of smiles are happening!
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Old 08-24-2020, 11:39 AM   #86621
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So many Daves! (All of them wonderful!)

Welcome, Dave-&‐Sherry! You've been Poobahed! Looking forward to meeting y'all one day.

Pics are great, but no masks? No distancing? I'm seriously worried for y'all! We plan to get tested this week or next, as careful as we have been. I actually like breathing.
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Old 08-24-2020, 05:11 PM   #86622
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Sue, they are younger than we are so "no fear!"
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When we bought our present MH we pulled the "outside kitchen" out of the bay for more storage space. It's been in the shed for a few years now. Got to thinking (I know, that's bad) and seems like it would be a nice addition to the patio. The unit was to low, only 21 inches high so I needed to build it up. Used 2 x 12 with 3" wheels and it brought it up to cooking height. Has an induction cook top that works fine. The big empty space is where the refrigerator/freezer (can be used for either) goes. It's in the shed also.

Anyhow, when you come visit, the Traeger and now outdoor patio kitchen can cook you some good vittles!

Yes, the wood will be painted - someday. Please tell Earlene it is not necessary to remind me every 6 months.


Nice job Wayne.... you gonna paint a mural?
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Sue, they are younger than we are so "no fear!"
Everybody's younger than we are, Wayne!

Them young whippersnappers think they are invincible. Unfortunately, that may or may not be true.

The U of I campus has students back this week, & guess what: there is a huge spike in new cases. Yup. Invincible alright!
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Hearing that there was an alternative RNC going on triggered a memory of a really strange wacky event I saw many many years ago called the Alternative Miss World. So I consulted the Google Oracle and, sure enough, there it was on YouTube - several events actually. We've just watched the 1978 one where the organizer and MC has an amazing costume split vertically, with his right half as a military male and the left half as a glamorous female. All the contestants have unbelievable strange/weird costumes and descend a flight of stairs and parade around the narrow stage to a noisy enthusiastic audience, some of whom have been put in a cage. All this takes place in a large marquee on Clapham Common, London.
If you would like to see how the enlightened youth of late 70s London enjoyed themselves, here's the link to the film

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Be prepared to be shocked! Enjoy.
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Your perversion amazes me. I tried watching it but the language was foreign and I couldn't understand it. Sort of like speaking with you.
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Do you remember the stick figures I drew. If'n you don't - well the stick figures were not straight. Now, if you would like to come visit with that little house you have, I can provide 50 amp and water. I'll even let you use the inside facilities now that we have new sewer lines!!


p.s., we have facilities near us that can support Larry.
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Do you remember the stick figures I drew. If'n you don't - well the stick figures were not straight. Now, if you would like to come visit with that little house you have, I can provide 50 amp and water. I'll even let you use the inside facilities now that we have new sewer lines!!


p.s., we have facilities near us that can support Larry.


Thank you.... maybe one day, but we have 30amp now, as well as solar....
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Hey, I think Wayne has done a really nice job w/ the painting there. It looks like real wood grain!
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Hey, I think Wayne has done a really nice job w/ the painting there. It looks like real wood grain!

Each grain of wood was painted by hand and the long grain run took days!
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Thank you.... maybe one day, but we have 30amp now, as well as solar....

I have a 50 to 30 dog bone (electrical conversion cord for those inclined to comment on "dog bone."
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Prayes for JNE and Dave as hurricane Laura targets their area. prayers for all of those in her path.....
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