Every thing is beautiful!

Discussion in 'Full Timing' started by Kirk, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. Kirk

    Kirk Senior Member

    It must be a really perfect world out there just now. No fulltimer is haveing any problems!
     
  2. raskal

    raskal New Member

    RE: Every thing is beautiful!

    Full timers are out enjoying the weather and know the glitches thay have will wait for another day! :) :) :cool:
     
  3. brodavid

    brodavid Senior Member

    Re: Every thing is beautiful!

    minor problems can wait, enjoy the beauty of God while you can
     
  4. elkhartjim

    elkhartjim Senior Member

    Re: Every thing is beautiful!

    Good morning Bro Dave and Ms Jackie. If I may, I would like to send via PM a link to my blog. I think you would appreciate it and particuliarly yesterdays "event" in our yard.
     
  5. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Re: Every thing is beautiful!

    Hey Kirk, everything is great. Oh dang, I forgot I'm not out there fulltiming anymore. :( Well we'll be "out and about" in about 3 weeks. :)
     
  6. utmtman

    utmtman Senior Member

    Re: Every thing is beautiful!

    We are on the mountain fishing and camping. No problems to report since the last group of repairs
     
  7. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: Every thing is beautiful!

    Well Lee what mountain and lake/river are you staying and fishing?
    :laugh:
     
  8. honorman

    honorman New Member

    RE: Every thing is beautiful!

    Hi Kirk

    Ed Here from Heber Springs Ar.

    Hows it going for you today, I have a problem, even if I am not full time, does it count.?

    I found a broken spring on my class A yesterday, just when I was going to use it after 2.5 years , it is a 97 HR with 2 springs on each jack. ( I know if you don't use it things happen )

    I will need to order one or two, I can fix it, I can fix most things, except inside motors and transmissions.

    You know when I emailed you a while back, and you said you think Workampers News is in Heber,

    Yes it is, I have known the Robus's since they moved to Heber in about 1970. They had it in a brick house down by the Little Red River ( trout ) with a nice two story home for them on several acres,

    I know they sold out.

    and it is now in a remodeled house my older brother owned. in town.

    When are you coming up here to manage the Corp of Eng. Lake or River campgrounds, it is very nice here, ?

    Keep writting and I will keep reading your posts, I learn a lot from you and the other RV's ;)

    I know you are smart because you and I both used to be Electronic Techs.

    Regards Ed
     

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