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Old 05-04-2014, 08:32 AM   #21
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The DW says "take the gig in Durango" Prior to our meeting she lived in Denver. One of her favorite places is Durango and the train to Silverton. After reading your post she asked "Can we retire now?" Thanks for the assist
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Old 05-04-2014, 01:24 PM   #22
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The DW says "take the gig in Durango" Prior to our meeting she lived in Denver. One of her favorite places is Durango and the train to Silverton. After reading your post she asked "Can we retire now?" Thanks for the assist
We've opted against it..... We're old enough now, that the first time some punk kid tried to give me grief, I'd wind up in jail for assault. As they say in the deep south we "don't suffer fools lightly".

Just now I watched an *hole block the entire exit from this park while he waited for the wife to bring the toad around for hookup. He sat there for at at least 10 minutes before the wife brought the car.

Two coaches behind him hit the air horns several times each, and the jerk just sat there like he was deaf.

We're I working here and handling that, I would have told him to NEVER come back. What the hell is wrong with SOME people??

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The DW says "take the gig in Durango" Prior to our meeting she lived in Denver. One of her favorite places is Durango and the train to Silverton. After reading your post she asked "Can we retire now?" Thanks for the assist
Change in plans!! We just accepted the offer to become 5 to 9 pizza bakers and cash register jockeys for a combined (DW and myself) 24 hours per week. For that we get a free spot, plus electricity, plus propane, plus breakfast every day, plus two free tickets to the Durango / Sliverton train ride.

We basically have three evenings on then three evenings off. I calculate that adding all the benefits will be somewhere around $1300 per month is I had to pay for all of it. Hourly wage around $10.50.
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Sweet deal! I assume you are still in Durango? I would do it if I could cook

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Boowho, pizza at the rv park? Which one? Will be by that way in a few weeks.
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I think we should have a mini rally and every night we can watch Boohoo work. We could order pizza ever night.
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I think I'll call up there now I'll order a hundred pizzas for spot 117 :-)

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Boowho, pizza at the rv park? Which one? Will be by that way in a few weeks.
Alpen Rose....... about 3 miles or so north of the city limits on US 550 going toward Silverton.

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And when we're done with that, we can go out and tip over an outhouse or two; maybe put farmer Brown's cow in the church belfry!!!

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And when we're done with that, we can go out and tip over an outhouse or two; maybe put farmer Brown's cow in the church belfry!!!

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Ah, those were the good ol fun days.
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