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Old 02-02-2016, 03:21 PM   #1
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Why does my wife take me so literal

Today it's 32 degrees in Wisconsin..I asked my wife if she wanted to go to Dairy Queen for a blizzard..(she wasn't amused)
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Old 02-02-2016, 03:30 PM   #2
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I like it. Sounds like something I would come up with. Stay warm...
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Old 02-02-2016, 03:34 PM   #3
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Some of my campers..

Sitting around and thought I'd post a few of my campers form the past 5 years..had a 16 ft Scamp side dinette, frt bunk..(sold it for $8,300..duh), a 2011 13 ft Scamp Standard frt bunk w/air, a 2007 White Little guy tear drop, a 2012 Yellow Little guy 5x10 tear drop, a home built 2015 Red tear drop, and now a 2016 Scamp Deluxe 13 w/ frt dinnette
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Dairy Queens are open year round out here.
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Pat ..any idea where the last photo is taken

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Do you know where the last picture above was taken...it was with my yellow tear drop
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Dairy Queens are open year round out here.
The closest one to us opens on Memorial Day and closes the week after Labor Day .Shoveled snow for 3 hours today and it looks like I
never shoveled .Filled the wood box so we have plenty of dry firewood for tonight and tomorrow. We don't get the amount of snow here compared to the UP .Today is the anniversary of the coldest recorded temperature ever in Minnesota 60 below zero in Tower MN. No mosquitos at that temp just those pesky snow fleas.
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Do you know where the last picture above was taken...it was with my yellow tear drop

Nope.
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Bill, for some reason, I thought of you when I read the title of this thread. Seriously. Interpret that as you wish...!
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South side of Mackinaw Bridge

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Nope.
It was on the lower side of the bridge..where the trolls reside
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It was on the lower side of the bridge..where the trolls reside
Oh No! Say it isn't so...Trolls????

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It was on the lower side of the bridge..where the trolls reside
Hi: BillE... I'm from Canada and even I know that bridge is a "Troll" bridge!!!
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Dairy Queens are open year round out here.
Same here.

I stopped and picked up a milkshake after a day of skiing the other day.
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Today it's 32 degrees in Wisconsin..I asked my wife if she wanted to go to Dairy Queen for a blizzard..(she wasn't amused)
I was in Janesville, WI on Monday night and I was watching the weather because of the impending doom that the weather channel was broadcasting. I didn't want to get caught in what looked like a serious storm cell so I hit the road before 6:00 am.

It's seemed scary but I made it out and South of Chicago, despite the winds, on my way home to Kentucky before saw any real serious weather. It was 70' when I passed through Louisville and lots of short sleeves downtown.
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