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Old 08-22-2014, 08:45 PM   #41
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Thank goodness for roadside towing. I hope they get you up and running soon.


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Old 08-22-2014, 09:09 PM   #42
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Thanks Phil, I hope so too!
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Old 08-22-2014, 10:19 PM   #43
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Now that's a wrecker!!!!! What roadside assistance provider do you have????


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I've seen one somewhere in my travels nicknamed (painted on side) "crash collector"

They're usually pulling disabled 18-wheelers

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Old 08-22-2014, 11:14 PM   #44
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That's correct boo, while I was researching my predicament I realized we have a bunch of these kind of tow trucks down here.
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Old 08-23-2014, 12:44 PM   #45
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OK, for the heck of it....

redecorated Buffy's bedroom! The lighter quilt makes the room appear much larger.
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I've seen one somewhere in my travels nicknamed (painted on side) "crash collector"



They're usually pulling disabled 18-wheelers



Boowho??

They pull other things too. Not sure how I know!!! Lol ATTACH]61295[/ATTACH]
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OK, for the heck of it...redecorated Buffy's bedroom! The lighter quilt makes the room appear much larger.
NICE!
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OK, for the heck of it....

redecorated Buffy's bedroom! The lighter quilt makes the room appear much larger.

Cheaper than a new rig. Looks great.


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Old 08-23-2014, 04:38 PM   #49
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NICE!
Thanks, OC.

We tried to buy that same quilt when we were here last year (pattern is "Victorian Treasure") but nobody had one in stock in the size we wanted.

Got lucky this year! Our bed is queen sized, but we wanted king size so it fits more like a bedspread instead of a comforter.

There's another pattern we want for the S&B called "Cades Cove" but no one here has it, and so we found a source on line.

BTW, I *so* enjoyed Frankie showing me all her family heirloom quilts....amazing stitching talent! AND, she's got me HOOKED after she showed me her mom's button collection. Who knew Goodyear made rubber buttons in the 1800's before automobiles were even dreamed about?

Ask her if she knows Colt Firearms made buttons too? Look at this....reportedly very expensive and very rare:
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And I felt SO privileged to get a *private*, one on one presentation of her buttons, sitting out there in your 5er while you and Sneak blinged out Buffy.

And, I *do* have pics to prove you put your magic touch to Buffy:

This is OC drilling our bumper for the end piece keepers. He used some "retaining pins" which are very unique and easy to use.

(chuckle) just realized I snapped this just as you were getting under the bumper...looks like you're levitating.

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