Monthly Archives: September 2011

On Meeting the Duke

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The Duke Nearly everyone has had some direct or indirect brush with a famous person or persons in their lifetime. Perhaps you met a heavy equipment operator who used to force feed Roseanne Barr. Maybe your sister is Johnny Depp’s … Continue reading

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Thank God!

This will be my attempt to add a post via my iPhone. I swear I am all thumbs when I do this. LOL. Anyway today we had a little road trip to deliver my Saturn to it’s new owner. Along … Continue reading

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Our first summer and what we have learned…

Water management We can live just peachy on about 400 gallons a month of water up here.  Amazing, isn’t it?  When you hear the average PER CAPITA consumption of water in this Country is nearly 400 gallons PER DAY, according … Continue reading

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Music

Music A good friend of mine, who shall remain anonymous, recently admitted that some music can actually move him to tears. It is incredible when music can touch you so deeply.   Honestly, I feel very sorry for people who … Continue reading

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More views

I had a couple of people ask why I didn’t have more pics in my slideshow earlier and I haven’t figured out how to go back and add to the existing, so I am going to load up some more … Continue reading

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Good business

I am sure everyone reading this has experienced both good and bad customer service.  Unfortunately, it seems the latter is the norm in today’s world.  My dad was in the auto business and worked every day utilizing the “Golden Rule” … Continue reading

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OK, we are in hot water now…..

Many of you reading this may know that hot water in an RV can be an issue.  Some of the newer rigs have “tank style” water heaters with a capacity of 12 gallons, which should be adequate in most situations, … Continue reading

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