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Old 01-15-2012, 11:10 AM   #51
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Where? What? Who? When? (W)how? Shot Who?
I didn't do nothing, that's my story and I'm sticking with it. Maybe forced to get new Surveyor, family of Red headed Fuzzwarts moved into mine. Going to RV show to look for Red headed Fuzzwart remover.
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:19 AM   #52
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Fuzzwart remover is in aisle #5. Youroo!!
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Old 01-15-2012, 02:50 PM   #53
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I was at my local RV supply store and someone had knocked a bottle of Fuzzwart remover off the shelf and it broke. The smell reminded me of the buck lure I used when I went deer hunting so you may get a two fold benefit from using it.
One, you'll get rid of those nasty Fuzzwarts and secondly, you'll wake up to deer in your camp. Better keep the camera handy.
The dealer said the smell only last for a few weeks so you may want to wait until spring so you can get the full benefit of this fine product.
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:33 AM   #54
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We are off to the Dayton RV show to see if Lowbubba set up a booth for the (Tadpole Rally). Youroo!!
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:47 AM   #55
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Lowbubba, I checked all of the vendor buildings at the Tampa RV Show, and they were all sold out of Red-Headed Fuzzwart Remover. There was apparently quite an infestation caused by RVers accidentally carrying Fuzzwarts from one state to another.

I was going to get you a quart of the Green variety, but didn't know what effect it might have on FROGs. It's not easy being green, you know.

Sorry.

By the way, nice job of getting the blimp down here. I see you had to go with MetLife instead of Goodyear, but you still did a good job. Don't forget to include Goshen in August in organizing your B.S. (blimp schedule, of course).
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Old 01-16-2012, 11:45 AM   #56
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Tentcamper,by telling (Stephs 2125) about the (Tadpole Rally) I entered you in the OMI finders fee contest. ($75.00) also a free air gauge. The drawing will be on the 3rd floor of the (OMI) headquarters,must NOT be present to win. I and (1) Cupid will draw the ticket,GOOD Luck! Youroo!!
I think steve1956 was before me- so if his name is drawn he can pay the 75.00 finders fee.
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:37 PM   #57
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I didn't do nothing, that's my story and I'm sticking with it. Maybe forced to get new Surveyor, family of Red headed Fuzzwarts moved into mine. Going to RV show to look for Red headed Fuzzwart remover.
Guys, Major problem on the Fuzzwarts. I found they are three different breeds of Fuzzwarts. Green headed, Blue headed, and they are the most dangerous of all, is the Red headed.

Green headed are very environmentally friendly, no problems at all.

Blue headed eat bugs and barking dogs, again environmentally and campground friendly.

Red headed are very dangerous. Once in, they can only be removed by getting a new camper. Will keep everyone informed of this new and dangerous pest that has been turned loose.
I will try and enlist Youroo and Tentcamper1 to help me fight this outbreak. This job is best left to highly skilled and trained professionals. Do Not try this at home. I will keep everyone informed on this dangerous situation. I'm still trying to find Red headed Fuzzwart Remover. I have been told by Forest River they include that with every new Surveyor.
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Guys, Major problem on the Fuzzwarts. I found they are three different breeds of Fuzzwarts. Green headed, Blue headed, and they are the most dangerous of all, is the Red headed.

Green headed are very environmentally friendly, no problems at all.

Blue headed eat bugs and barking dogs, again environmentally and campground friendly.

Red headed are very dangerous. Once in, they can only be removed by getting a new camper. Will keep everyone informed of this new and dangerous pest that has been turned loose.
I will try and enlist Youroo and Tentcamper1 to help me fight this outbreak. This job is best left to highly skilled and trained professionals. Do Not try this at home. I will keep everyone informed on this dangerous situation. I'm still trying to find Red headed Fuzzwart Remover. I have been told by Forest River they include that with every new Surveyor.
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We went to the (Dayton show) and did a (CSI) &(DNA) around the Surveyer booth,no trace of (Lowbubba) tracks! Youroo!!
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We went to the (Dayton show) and did a (CSI) &(DNA) around the Surveyer booth,no trace of (Lowbubba) tracks! Youroo!!
I see your getting the cupid girls cross-trained
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I see your getting the cupid girls cross-trained
Hey,they are like family! Youroo!!
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