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Gary in Mozarks

06-11-2007 03:36:53

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I just read a post of a bunch of guys that are making plans for the 2009 redpower. How do they do it? I can't make plans past lunch without something comming along to mess it up. Yesterday it was the washing machine died. The day before that it was a soleniod going bad. Is it that I lack organizational skills or just lack money?

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Mike CA

06-11-2007 10:10:41

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 Re: How do they do it? in reply to Gary in Mozarks , 06-11-2007 03:36:53  
I'm making plans for the year that the RPRU comes to California.

What year is that, again?

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Bob Kerr

06-11-2007 08:36:26

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 Re: How do they do it? in reply to Gary in Mozarks , 06-11-2007 03:36:53  
Sometimes you just have to say "what the heck!" The broken stuff will still be there when you get back. Just turn off the power to the house before you leave so fate doesn't bite you in case it is bad luck.

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Nebraska Cowman

06-11-2007 04:19:22

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 Re: How do they do it? in reply to Gary in Mozarks , 06-11-2007 03:36:53  
Priorities. I am planning RPRU 2009 the same way I am planning 2008 and 2007, I have 50 acres of feed to plant this week, 100 acres of hay to put up, and things to get ready to bring and my pickup is still loaded from our own local show. common sense would tell me there is no way I can get away but next Monday if I can drive the Hemi will be headed East.

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06-11-2007 03:59:37

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 Re: How do they do it? in reply to Gary in Mozarks , 06-11-2007 03:36:53  
Gary, I am the same way. I can't schedule nothing for this evening, because I never know what might happen around here. I am also sure that poverty is holding me down.

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