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Old 03-30-2014, 05:26 PM   #281
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It was 60 degrees here today so i wash/waxed it and washed the truck as well!!!
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Old 03-30-2014, 05:29 PM   #282
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It was 60 degrees here today so i wash/waxed it and washed the truck as well!!!

Dang Cowboy, if you're that ambitious, you want to come do mine when I get back home?
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Old 03-30-2014, 05:32 PM   #283
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That looks purrrrrty Cowboy. Once you get done with Aquamans, can you swing up to Michigan and do mine too?
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Old 03-30-2014, 05:33 PM   #284
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LOL....it was filthy from our trip last week, and it was either wash it or make some new strings for my daughters bow. Figured the latter would give me something to do this evening!
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Old 03-30-2014, 06:47 PM   #285
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OC, DH came home from golf with a brain buster headache, was gonna go out there and try to finish up the poles sooooo

I set the priorities FOR him...told him to take it easy for the day. He so seldom gets headaches, and since he hasn't even taken his sticks out of his truck since he got back, I *know* this is a bad one.

He'll get 'em done before we leave Wednesday, if he has to set up flood lights and do it in the dark. The man keeps his word, that much I know.
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Old 03-30-2014, 07:01 PM   #286
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I'm headed that way in August. What's the big RV store all about??
Big RV Store = Camping World.
Nice place to browse and get ideas - kinda like a candy store, but you don't have money to spend... yet.

Headed to Winchester, VA in August?
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Old 03-30-2014, 07:03 PM   #287
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It was kind of nice today so I sprayed in the foam to seal my holes from the Hott Rod install. Letting that set up before I caulk around the outside seams. Added 2 more crank down stabilizers per side. Man it is much more solid now. Sure I can get it to rock (I'm 170 pounds) but it's a camper. If I put some JTs I'm sure it would be totally solid but it's still 100% better than it was. Planned on washing it but ran out of time. That'll be next weekend maybe. Almost set to drag it up to the seasonal site. Now if that white stuff would melt up there. Yard is almost bare.
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Old 03-30-2014, 07:06 PM   #288
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OC, DH came home from golf with a brain buster headache, was gonna go out there and try to finish up the poles sooooo

I set the priorities FOR him...told him to take it easy for the day. He so seldom gets headaches, and since he hasn't even taken his sticks out of his truck since he got back, I *know* this is a bad one.

He'll get 'em done before we leave Wednesday, if he has to set up flood lights and do it in the dark. The man keeps his word, that much I know.
I guess we'll have to give him a pass for today, but tell him if he picks up his sticks tomorrow other than to take them out of the truck and put them up, he'll get another headache with possible bumps on his noggin.
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Old 03-30-2014, 07:14 PM   #289
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I guess we'll have to give him a pass for today, but tell him if he picks up his sticks tomorrow other than to take them out of the truck and put them up, he'll get another headache with possible bumps on his noggin.
He says (I read it to him) to tell you he's got HOURS into brushing 'em!


Sounds like you may have heard this before, OC:

Bein' hen pecked is OK, if'n ya like the hen that's peckin' ya, eh?

Or are you just eggin' me on to torment him?

Done *told* you, he wears the pants 'round here, I just tell him which pair he gets to wear. /snark

I read this to him also, and got his permission to post it before I hit submit.

You believe that, right?
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Old 03-30-2014, 11:13 PM   #290
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We had a beautiful day here in North Texas, almost 80 degrees. We did a full wash, including a good roof cleaning and rubber roof treatment. Best of all though, we installed our Tri Glide pin box today. This thing is sweeeeeet!
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