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Old 09-15-2014, 06:55 PM   #1
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Getting Ready to Put the Girls Away

With fall fast approaching it's time to put the girls away. I was really hoping the big one would be gone. We look like an RV storage lot. My husband was thinking about taking the big one deer hunting until I said to him "Fine. You are cleaning it when you get done." His reply was "On second thought all the money I will be spending on the motel will be well worth it." By the time he spent money on gas getting zero gas mileage it probably would even out.

Looking forward to having time next summer to enjoy camping now that we are settled.
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Old 09-16-2014, 04:35 AM   #2
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One good thing. I am not living in one still.
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Holy Cow Cyndi, I am still hoping for another month or so of camping up here in the cold, cold north.
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Yeah, my husband is willing if it includes hunting and driving a hundred miles one way and no hookups which is okay if you can fill the water tank, not the camper and you have enough room in the toilet.
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Holy Cow Cyndi, I am still hoping for another month or so of camping up here in the cold, cold north.

Your right Jim it is getting cold up here in the North down to a nice comfortable 78 on my deck this afternoon. Not finished with camping just yet!
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Yeah, after that huge snow blast we had, the weather has been downright gorgeous, and is supposed to hold while we go canoeing this weekend. Four nights in a tent. YAY!
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Getting Ready to Put the Girls Away

Still in super high 90's here. There really are only about two or three weeks that I prefer to stay home because of the cold. But the flip side of that is that it's in the super high 90's and 100's! Lol


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Yeah, after that huge snow blast we had, the weather has been downright gorgeous, and is supposed to hold while we go canoeing this weekend. Four nights in a tent. YAY!
Yup we had a little giggle at your expense - seeing the photos of the snow falling on the other side of the Rockies last week while enjoying a margarita party at the beach!
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