Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Gone fishin'

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    1. You betcha! Oops, that's a Palin-ism. Nope, I'm headed to Jeb Bush country. Lauderdale, here I come!

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  2. David with that photo not sure if you've gone phishing or fishing. Have fun wherever you've gone!

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    1. Thanks Karen. I need some R&R. That, and picking up a new helmet .

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  3. Ummm David - you spilled your coffee.....

    Have fun on holiday.

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  4. David:

    Your Vespa's are upside down. And don't lift your mugs or the coffee will spill out.

    don't forget to get a place with a "spare" guest room (Hint)

    bob
    Riding the Wet Coast

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    1. Bob, getting both mugs upside down without spilling the coffee is much harder than getting the caramel in a Caramilk!

      Oh... we are in the guest bedroom.

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    2. Kids trick. Thin cardboard over the cup, flip over onto the table, pull out the cardboard quickly.

      Didn't you ever do this as a kid?

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    3. I've done the reverse of that here in Florida when the occasional huge cockroach presented itself.

      I'm not a killer, more of a catch and release kind of guy.

      As for upside down coffee, that could work, but only by first carefully applying really, really good plastic wrap. Unless you care to post a YouTube video showing how it's done. :)

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    4. Try it, no plastic wrap needed as long as the cup and table are smooth.

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  5. Relax and enjoy!!! Bring some nice pictures back.

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  6. WE drive a long ways for employment. YOU go a long ways for a helmet.

    Rest and Relax safely!

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    1. Got it, took the labels off, installed the pinlock, played with the Robocop sun visor, checked out how the Sena will fit... Doug, what's 2,400 kms when there's a new helmet waiting for you???

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  7. Sounds good!

    Don't forget to warm your worms! LOL

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    1. Deb, worms are ick! The only body of water I dabble in is the deliciously warm heated pool at my in-laws' condo. No worms needed.

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