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Old 11-03-2014, 04:52 PM   #1
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It is that time again!!!!

Have you??
It is October 3rd!!!!

TIME TO CHECK YOUR:
- Batteries water level!!!
- Batteries terminal connections!!!
- AC air FILTER!!!
- LP Levels!!!
- TT Tire Pressure!!!
- TEST CO alarm!!!
- SMOKE detector!!!
- TP (stock up)
- Beer in Fridge!!!
- Pink antifreeze in your drains (that time of the year)

Time for winter storage? Check out some of the lists....

Have a GREAT evening!!!
Don
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Old 11-03-2014, 06:57 PM   #2
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It is October 3rd!!!!

Wow, I have another Month to camp before I need to winterize LOL
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Old 11-03-2014, 08:25 PM   #3
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Old 11-04-2014, 09:40 AM   #4
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I wonder if Mustang is going to wait another month to go vote? LOL Sorry ,Stang gotta have some fun with you..
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Old 11-06-2014, 06:39 AM   #5
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I wonder if Mustang is going to wait another month to go vote? LOL Sorry ,Stang gotta have some fun with you..
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Ahhhh, one more week of camping for 2014 and it is the second week of December. Seann45, will you be digging yourself out of that snow, or joining us down here? :-)

We need to follow the WINTER heat and head south from the Clearwater Beach FL area to Curry Hammock State Park, in Marathon (FL Keys) on the Atlantic Ocean for a week.

I will probably to bring my WINTER clothes with (Tee Shirts with sleeves) for the climate change down here.

A lot different than our previous lives living on the Il/Wi border all those years....

Actually, DW dropped of the absentee ballots, on the first day (like about 2 weeks before election day).

Have a GREAT DAY, all!!! I will be thinking of you Seann45 in December.

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Old 11-06-2014, 07:05 AM   #6
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We leave for a long weekend today. Not off the grid, just on the edge of it.
Next week my rig goes into the shop for some tire blowout repairs so we may not get to camp much in Dec.
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Ahhhh, one more week of camping for 2014 and it is the second week of December. Seann45, will you be digging yourself out of that snow, or joining us down here? :-)

We need to follow the WINTER heat and head south from the Clearwater Beach FL area to Curry Hammock State Park, in Marathon (FL Keys) on the Atlantic Ocean for a week.

I will probably to bring my WINTER clothes with (Tee Shirts with sleeves) for the climate change down here.

A lot different than our previous lives living on the Il/Wi border all those years....

Actually, DW dropped of the absentee ballots, on the first day (like about 2 weeks before election day).

Have a GREAT DAY, all!!! I will be thinking of you Seann45 in December.

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Sorry to dissapoint you Don but I am already here in the "warm California Sun". I left the icecube popsicle factory Oct 25.
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Sorry to dissapoint you Don but I am already here in the "warm California Sun". I left the icecube popsicle factory Oct 25.
Seann,
I know we live a rough life now, but someone has to do it!!!

Enjoy

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Sorry to dissapoint you Don but I am already here in the "warm California Sun". I left the icecube popsicle factory Oct 25.
Seann, I'm here minding the fort. Thus far the weather has been so good for Saskatchewan that I am beginning to get nervous about what we are in for.

I will be joining the migration south in about 5 years and will not feel what I'm feeling right now....envy! Enjoy your winter or should I say summer!
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Seann,
I know we live a rough life now, but someone has to do it!!!

Enjoy

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Seann, I'm here minding the fort. Thus far the weather has been so good for Saskatchewan that I am beginning to get nervous about what we are in for.

I will be joining the migration south in about 5 years and will not feel what I'm feeling right now....envy! Enjoy your winter or should I say summer!
That 5 will go fast but at times you will think it is not fast enough. Then one day you will ask yourself "how did I ever find time to w*rk?"
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