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Still In limbo - RNvic - 09-25-2009 10:13 PM
Finished the wine and opened the Bailey's, are we in trouble yet?
Not sure who is going to have to watch who.
Tuffy went out to take the saddle off the duck for the night.
RE: Still In limbo - MJC - 09-26-2009 10:07 AM
LOL......Y'all are just dying to bad.....huh. Have a great time.......love y'all!
RE: Still In limbo - red1030 - 09-26-2009 10:46 AM
Sounds like you 2 are having a wonderful time. This is so nice to get together to enjoy each others company. Red
RE: Still In limbo - Still in Limbo - 09-26-2009 03:00 PM
RN, when You get to the Third Bottle, and don't know Who is Supposed to Watch Who, the Fun is Just Beginning!! After You Open the Third, You can Use the All so Familiar: "What the He** Happened, Who the He** are You, and Get the He** out of My Bed!!!" Tuffy, if You awake with a Duck, I Swear I'm Having You Committed!!!
RE: Still In limbo - red1030 - 09-26-2009 07:13 PM
Still that is too funny... Red
RE: Still In limbo - RNvic - 09-27-2009 12:01 AM
We have had a wonderful day. Started with leaving Tuffy's at 8 am and driving to Warren to the Cranberry fest, it was very busy, Tuffy and I only got to see about 1/3 while John and Gail went thur all of it. Miles of stuff. Tweety this is where you want to be, people were buying a lot. Then off to see lost Canyon and a ride in a horse draw wagon. Walked over to the lake, sure was pretty. This is the lake that the levee broke and flooded last year.
RE: Still In limbo - Tuffy - 09-27-2009 10:45 PM
What RN vic wanted to say was the levee broke and the Lake emptied into the Wisconsin River, a couple of summer homes broke up and slid into the Lake bed. It is called Lake Delton and has now been repaired and restocked with fish by the State and DNR and back to almost normal.... It was on all the national news programs.