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And boy am I jealous!

Just sayin.....

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Have fun with Sooze!

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Peter, are you coming thru KC on the way back?

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How bout a swing through Philly? Em and I know of a great hotel there with a phun happy hour:)

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onesy twosy?

:lol: Whot a time that was.... . ..must revisit those hundred pages.....

How bout a swing through Philly? Em and I know of a great hotel there with a phun happy hour:)

YES!! But.... . .. ..I wanna be there, too...... . .. :(:( .... . . . . .

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Yes! We are meeting Susie (and Weez) at Starbucks in the Marina in the morning.

Our return loop will take us south of Lake Mead into Arizona, but after that there is flexibility. Kansas City, St. Louis, and Indianapolis are all possible ports of call.

We need to be home on the 23rd at the latest. There is a family party on the 24th to mark my father's 88th birthday on that date.

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Lots of inside jokes....ah well at least it looks like Peter is having a great time! :D

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Yes! We are meeting Susie (and Weez) at Starbucks in the Marina in the morning.

Sounds like phun! Give Soozle a big hug for me, please PeOte. And you get to meet Weezie too!! Bring yer camera!!!!!!!

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Lots of inside jokes....ah well at least it looks like Peter is having a great time! :D

V!! How is Tymber feeling?

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V!! How is Tymber feeling?

P!!!!

NO IDEA!!!

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P!!!!

NO IDEA!!!

Still at camp? :unsure:

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Still at camp? :unsure:

Yep he comes home on Saturday. We expect he will be exhausted and sick, but have had a good time at least. :D

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Yep he comes home on Saturday. We expect he will be exhausted and sick, but have had a good time at least. :D

Aw--hope he had a great time and didn't get sick!

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Aw--hope he had a great time and didn't get sick!

I am sure he did/is having a good time. He sent one letter to his mom saying that they stayed up to midnight... but that is it! LOL I guess he knows whats important to experience there! :lol:

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Ugh....my computer is driving me nuts :angry:

No toolbar, have to Google to get anywhere, all the "new content" here disappeared, and I can't get to my email :angry: :angry: :angry:

Phone on charger, forgot to do that last night. So disconnected B)

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I am sure he did/is having a good time. He sent one letter to his mom saying that they stayed up to midnight... but that is it! LOL I guess he knows whats important to experience there! :lol:

That is so cute! :D Staying up till midnight is huge at that age.

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Yes! We are meeting Susie (and Weez) at Starbucks in the Marina in the morning.

Our return loop will take us south of Lake Mead into Arizona, but after that there is flexibility. Kansas City, St. Louis, and Indianapolis are all possible ports of call.

Really??!! You would want to see little old me? :wub:

.....well.....and our other Indy psilly too :P

I could really use a little extra psilly right about now :(

And soooo jealous you get to meet Soozle! Give her a BIG hug from me too :wub: Miss her sooo much! What'd she have to go and get a life for, anyway?

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(((((hugs))))) Leesiguh :wub:

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(((((hugs))))) Leesiguh :wub:

:wub: :wub:

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From today's Silly Summit in San Francisco :)

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FANTASTIC!! :D :D :D So great that you guys met up... . . .we need an Official Report of Minutes, please.... .. ..

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Yes!! Share:)

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Well we got Timothy back from summer camp, and by the amount of sand and water in his luggage, and his very hoarse voice, I am guessing it was a good trip LOL

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Well we got Timothy back from summer camp, and by the amount of sand and water in his luggage, and his very hoarse voice, I am guessing it was a good trip LOL

Ha--sounds like the perfect camp experience :D

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Camp nurse said he only complained of one stomach so that is a good sign... He said he only ate the food we sent (sent a big box). So we will see I guess...

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