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Old 05-06-2013, 12:40 PM   #7291
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We didn't get to do much more than say Hi at the run. How did you like it? I think the last time I saw you was at the Memorial and you were passing us going the other way.

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Old 05-06-2013, 12:48 PM   #7292
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I had a blast. the trail was great . I cant wait for my MODs to be done so I can go where the big jeeps go..........

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Good morning
This week is going to be a butt kicker for sure. We've got company coming to visit from Montana, Mikes board mtg. at the house, prepping for Caleb's big birthday party Saturday, a friends birthday party Friday night, not to mention work, a Dr.'s appt. and fitting in a couple workouts.

I really didn't want to get up and start the week this morning, I have a feeling by next Monday I will be ready for the lake trip. Of course I will spend my time getting ready for that next week
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #7294
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I had a blast. the trail was great . I cant wait for my MODs to be done so I can go where the big jeeps go..........
The big kids playground It's where we all want to go
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:54 PM   #7295
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This week is going to be a butt kicker for sure. We've got company coming to visit from Montana, Mikes board mtg. at the house, prepping for Caleb's big birthday party Saturday, a friends birthday party Friday night, not to mention work, a Dr.'s appt. and fitting in a couple workouts.

I really didn't want to get up and start the week this morning, I have a feeling by next Monday I will be ready for the lake trip. Of course I will spend my time getting ready for that next week
Yikes. And almost all of that is family and friend related. Your gonna need to teach Caleb how to dust.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:56 PM   #7296
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We had fun this weekend. I do think it was tougher than Calico. Not bad just different.
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We had fun this weekend. I do think it was tougher than Calico. Not bad just different.
Oh wow, I look forward to going there someday. It's a good 6-7 hours for us, so when we do go I'd like to make a four day trip out of it.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:16 PM   #7298
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We had fun this weekend. I do think it was tougher than Calico. Not bad just different.
Yes it was a little tougher but it was fun.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:46 PM   #7299
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So Rhonda. On the way home, Geri told me. That Rhonda is a really nice lady. I like her. It's ok for you to be friends with her on the forum. LOL High praise Ma'am.
Well thanks Mrs Geri Gunner!

I saw her as soon as I pulled in with yours and Dave's jeeps. I was so happy cause I was later than I wanted to be. She is real nice too.
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Yeah I think I wanna keep her around. She seems to like me, whats up with that. And she navigates like crazy. She has her IPad set on either google or apple maps and directs me right to where we want to go. They work pretty good off road. I've gotta go finish cleaning the top. Trading it today for a soft top. See ya when I'm done.
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Yeah I think I wanna keep her around. She seems to like me, whats up with that. And she navigates like crazy. She has her IPad set on either google or apple maps and directs me right to where we want to go. They work pretty good off road. I've gotta go finish cleaning the top. Trading it today for a soft top. See ya when I'm done.
Good luck hope the install swap goes as easily as possible!
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:18 PM   #7302
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Yes it was a little tougher but it was fun.
I actually thought it was easier. I think cause I had a bit more experience under my belt than in calico. I wasn't as scared and stressed. Although there was a lot more spotting in calico. I think that helped too, learning where to go. I did a lot more smashing this time because there was less spotting. If Stan got too far ahead and I wasn't sure where to go was when I scraped and smashed more. But it's all about learning. No matter how difficult as long as I was able to follow Stan's line there was a lot less noises. I also knew a few more people than in Calico. I was so much more comfortable this time. Thanks everyone!

Funny just got lunch for me and my employees. Get to the car and can't find my keys. Used the code on the door to open and tore apart my purse and pockets looking for them. Lol there they are hanging in the ignition! So glad I have the door code lol
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Car wash is closed today. Pilled off the stickers the OP had on it and found a small crack. Just got finished JB welding the little sucker. Now just a touch of black matte and good as new. Hope Andy thinks it's oK.
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I actually thought it was easier. I think cause I had a bit more experience under my belt than in calico. I wasn't as scared and stressed. Although there was a lot more spotting in calico. I think that helped too, learning where to go. I did a lot more smashing this time because there was less spotting. If Stan got too far ahead and I wasn't sure where to go was when I scraped and smashed more. But it's all about learning. No matter how difficult as long as I was able to follow Stan's line there was a lot less noises. I also knew a few more people than in Calico. I was so much more comfortable this time. Thanks everyone!

Funny just got lunch for me and my employees. Get to the car and can't find my keys. Used the code on the door to open and tore apart my purse and pockets looking for them. Lol there they are hanging in the ignition! So glad I have the door code lol

Nice good thing you had a car when you got back to it.....
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Mo how you likeing your Mac?
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Old 05-06-2013, 03:21 PM   #7306
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Mo how you likeing your Mac?
It is great. Now all I have to do is learn to use it. I still go back to IBM
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Nice good thing you had a car when you got back to it.....
Ya. I did lock it up nice and snug but they could've broke the window and drive away. I bought the explorer used and didn't have the code. A few years back I had to pay to have it opened because I locked the keys in it twice in two weeks. One of my friends located the code and now I have no worries on that end
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Do you have the code for the soft top jeep?
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Do you have the code for the soft top jeep?
Lol no I dint even lock that. Rather them steal everything than slice my windows if they're in there lol
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I just sent a message to a guy with an awesome Jeep for sale It's down South, so I have no clue when we could go look at it. Our schedule is so packed for the next two weeks I just have to see what his response is to my questions.

If it looks promising I guess a quick road trip on a weekday may have to be scheduled. Luckily Mikes dad has a flat bed car trailer we can tow behind our F350 if needed.
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:27 PM   #7311
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Where is elmo today? No todd or Miguel. Did they all get deported?
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Hey guys put some prayers up for Gonzo. He is a hurting cowboy right now.
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Lol no I dint even lock that. Rather them steal everything than slice my windows if they're in there lol
That's my only fear of putting the soft top on, having someone destroy it to break in. I took the top off my old TJ and had my Ipod locked in the glove compartment. I took the faceplate off my aftermarket stereo and the Jeep was locked.

It was in my driveway and we had new neighbors, the new kid next door broke the door lock and the glove compartment breaking into it. It pissed me off more about the damage he did than the fact he stole my subwoofer and Ipod. He could have climbed in and not broke the door
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Hey guys put some prayers up for Gonzo. He is a hurting cowboy right now.
I thought he just had a case of the flu, is it something worse? Poor guy just can't catch a break. I wish I was closer I could at least take the munchkins for a day or so
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I just sent a message to a guy with an awesome Jeep for sale It's down South, so I have no clue when we could go look at it. Our schedule is so packed for the next two weeks I just have to see what his response is to my questions.

If it looks promising I guess a quick road trip on a weekday may have to be scheduled. Luckily Mikes dad has a flat bed car trailer we can tow behind our F350 if needed.
What kind of jeep is it. Can we go do a quick look at it for you so you can decide if it is a good deal.
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Where is elmo today? No todd or Miguel. Did they all get deported?
Lol I have no idea. Elmo texted me "The park" and asked ?? No response back. Maybe their women and children took the computers and phones and keys too.... Lol
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I thought he just had a case of the flu, is it something worse? Poor guy just can't catch a break. I wish I was closer I could at least take the munchkins for a day or so
Yeah it's worse than the flu. I'll let him tell you guys whats up, but right now he is in the Hospital.
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What kind of jeep is it. Can we go do a quick look at it for you so you can decide if it is a good deal.
It's an 03 TJ, nicely built in Covina. The guy wants a JKU to build so he has to sell it to use the money.

If Mike is serious I will be in touch with you, thank you very much for the offer!!!
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Yeah covina is close by.
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Yeah it's worse than the flu. I'll let him tell you guys whats up, but right now he is in the Hospital.
That's not good. My Dad had a flu that got him so dehydrated they hospitalized him for 2 days, it was a bad bug.

I'll say a prayer for our Gonzo and try to message him a little later

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