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  1. #41
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Portland
    Is a beautiful place. I would consider a vacation house there.

    My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins lived just over the bridge in Long View, WA. Compared to many other WA cities Long View was kinda crappy IMO, that and Tacoma.

    Do you ever go fishing? The fishing used to be great there. I fished Beaver creek falls with my Granddad often. We fished other places there as well but I cant recall the names.

  2. #42
    Originally Posted by AxelWolf View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Portland
    Is a beautiful place. I would consider a vacation house there.

    My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins lived just over the bridge in Long View, WA. Compared to many other WA cities Long View was kinda crappy IMO, that and Tacoma.

    Do you ever go fishing? The fishing used to be great there. I fished Beaver creek falls with my Granddad often. We fished other places there as well but I cant recall the names.
    AHHH! The aroma of Tacoma. It's real folks. Smells like a paper mill. But Gig Harbor just outside Tacoma is very nice. I used to live around the Seattle area, Burien, Redmond, Everett. I used to work the canneries in Bellingham in season. It's pretty nice up in that area too. The San Juan Islands in Puget Sound are also nice, tied together by a ferry system.

    I really like the Oregon coast. Got two sisters that live just outside Corvallis. I always go to the coast when I'm there. Southern Oregon along I-5 is nice. Inland around Bend/Redmond is also nice.

    For awhile the Oregon Video Lottery had a few exploitable games. I toured the whole state. Pretty much saw every nook and cranny.
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    Originally Posted by AxelWolf;81141.
    Compared to many other WA cities Long View was kinda crappy IMO, that and Tacoma. Do you ever go fishing? The fishing used to be great there.
    Tacoma has improved quite a bit from what it once was; the big, smelly smelter is gone, and gentrification has improved most of the once crappy 'hoods.

    As for fishing: when I was a kid growing up outside of NYC I subscribed to Sports Afield and Outdoor Life and loved all the stories about fishing and hunting in the Pac NW; I told myself I'd do it when I grew up.

    Well, as it turned out I don't enjoy eating fish or venison, so I haven't seriously pursued fishing or hunting since moving west.
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  4. #44
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    You're trying to troll even this?Epic failure.
    I troll your posts on average 9 1/2 times per week.

    Epic liar.
    Not my thread genius. Everything you post is just a little off.

    The only decent part about Oregon is it's coast. There's more useless potheads, freeloaders, filth-ridden mountain-man wannabees, junk pickup truck-driving hard working boys, and poverty up there than in any libtard-infested part of this country.

    We go up to the Cape Kiwanda RV park or hotel every year just because it's on the ocean and the Pelican Bay Pub/restaurant is such a great place to eat. But all it does is rain. And on every Friday, in comes all the weekend warrior yahoos from Portland in their 25-yr. old run down campers who do nothing but drink, smoke cigarettes and weed like true idiots, and sit outside big-mouthing in the rain in their cheap lawn chairs, acting like its another nice day.

    I can't WAIT to go back up there in the spring wearing my MAGA hat again. Those morons are STILL whining and in glorious denial about their poor crooked Hillary losing to the magnificent Donald Trump!

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    Cape Kiwanda RV Park:
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  6. #46
    Those aren't RV's mickey. If you had an education you'd have known that.

    Since you always have time on your hands for gambling related forums, how about giving them a call and ask what their monthly rate is for the summer months, which is where we usually spend a month of our time as we slowly, leisurely motor on out to S. Dakota each year.

    It'll help you wise up.

  7. #47
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Those aren't RV's mickey. If you had an education you'd have known that.

    Since you always have time on your hands for gambling related forums, how about giving them a call and ask what their monthly rate is for the summer months, which is where we usually spend a month of our time as we slowly, leisurely motor on out to S. Dakota each year.

    It'll help you wise up.

    https://capekiwandarvresort.com/Rates.html

    Not exactly Beverly Hill there Robbo.

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    It looks like a pretty nice RV park.

    About an hour away from Chinook Winds Casino, similar distance from Spirit Mtn. Casino.
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  9. #49
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    You're trying to troll even this?Epic failure.
    I troll your posts on average 9 1/2 times per week.

    Epic liar.
    Not my thread genius. Everything you post is just a little off.

    The only decent part about Oregon is it's coast. There's more useless potheads, freeloaders, filth-ridden mountain-man wannabees, junk pickup truck-driving hard working boys, and poverty up there than in any libtard-infested part of this country.

    We go up to the Cape Kiwanda RV park or hotel every year just because it's on the ocean and the Pelican Bay Pub/restaurant is such a great place to eat. But all it does is rain. And on every Friday, in comes all the weekend warrior yahoos from Portland in their 25-yr. old run down campers who do nothing but drink, smoke cigarettes and weed like true idiots, and sit outside big-mouthing in the rain in their cheap lawn chairs, acting like its another nice day.

    I can't WAIT to go back up there in the spring wearing my MAGA hat again. Those morons are STILL whining and in glorious denial about their poor crooked Hillary losing to the magnificent Donald Trump!
    Yep, pretty much the same as Arizona. Except Arizona has more of your favorite people, the illegals.
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  10. #50
    Originally Posted by mickeycrimm View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post

    I troll your posts on average 9 1/2 times per week.

    Epic liar.
    Not my thread genius. Everything you post is just a little off.

    The only decent part about Oregon is it's coast. There's more useless potheads, freeloaders, filth-ridden mountain-man wannabees, junk pickup truck-driving hard working boys, and poverty up there than in any libtard-infested part of this country.

    We go up to the Cape Kiwanda RV park or hotel every year just because it's on the ocean and the Pelican Bay Pub/restaurant is such a great place to eat. But all it does is rain. And on every Friday, in comes all the weekend warrior yahoos from Portland in their 25-yr. old run down campers who do nothing but drink, smoke cigarettes and weed like true idiots, and sit outside big-mouthing in the rain in their cheap lawn chairs, acting like its another nice day.

    I can't WAIT to go back up there in the spring wearing my MAGA hat again. Those morons are STILL whining and in glorious denial about their poor crooked Hillary losing to the magnificent Donald Trump!
    Yep, pretty much the same as Arizona. Except Arizona has more of your favorite people, the illegals.
    The illegals do my yards, and I have one on-call who's my handyman. I recently hired a crew of them for some cement work and to put up a new fence in my backyard along the golf course. I speak Spanish so we get along well, and I bring them all a beer everyday when they take their lunch breaks. But for all I know some of them could be killers at night.

    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post

    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.
    Not True.
    I have property in the Phoenix Area.
    Discount Cab and other Cab Companies have the Toyota Prius everywhere you look.
    Wise Up.
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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.
    What you call snowflakes and libtards can be found in the cities and metro areas of Oregon and Washington, but the rural parts of the states are very conservative: there is a great divide between the two.

    Were you to call someone in Burns or John Day Oregon a snowflake or a libtard you'd be in for a bit of fisticuffs.
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  13. #53
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.
    What you call snowflakes and libtards can be found in the cities and metro areas of Oregon and Washington, but the rural parts of the states are very conservative: there is a great divide between the two.

    Were you to call someone in Burns or John Day Oregon a snowflake or a libtard you'd be in for a bit of fisticuffs.
    True that V. We’re down in southwest Oregon- Josephine County. Very conservative, just the way we like it...

  14. #54
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post

    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.
    Not True.
    I have property in the Phoenix Area.
    Discount Cab and other Cab Companies have the Toyota Prius everywhere you look.
    Wise Up.
    You have nothing in the Phx. area and are as full of crap about fleets of Priuses as you are about how you use Chink money to gamble with.

  15. #55
    Originally Posted by dannyj View Post
    Originally Posted by MisterV View Post
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    One good thing about here is, unlike the snowflake states of Wash., Calif. and Oregon, there are very few of those effeminate, ridiculous, ugly Priuses roaming around the streets aimlessly.
    What you call snowflakes and libtards can be found in the cities and metro areas of Oregon and Washington, but the rural parts of the states are very conservative: there is a great divide between the two.

    Were you to call someone in Burns or John Day Oregon a snowflake or a libtard you'd be in for a bit of fisticuffs.
    True that V. We’re down in southwest Oregon- Josephine County. Very conservative, just the way we like it...
    It's the cities with population, not the sticks. That's why those states have such a washed-up reputation for being libtard stoners. No one in the cities cares a lick about the poor country folk.

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    It's the cities with population, not the sticks. That's why those states have such a washed-up reputation for being libtard stoners. No one in the cities cares a lick about the poor country folk.
    Of course they do: more so than most anywhere else.

    Why else are so many city folks actively involved in the environmental movement?

    They're trying to save the world, and even you must concede that couuntry folk are part of the world.

    Also Portland folk seem to give generously to many charities, which helps all of us.

    Sorry, Singer, but your pompous proclamation once again flies in the face of reality; hell you could say it nine and a half times and you'd still be wrong.
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  17. #57
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post

    You have nothing in the Phx. area and are as full of crap about fleets of Priuses as you are about how you use Chink money to gamble with.
    Says the man with no real assets living in a broken ass camper in one of his kids driveways while salivating over the son in laws antique communication center. Wise Up

  18. #58
    Mickey and Rob. You guys travel a lot? What are some of the best places in the US you've visited and why?

  19. #59
    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    You have nothing in the Phx. area.
    Neither do you.
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    One of the surprising things about Vegas is the lack of 24 hour supermarkets and 24 hour restaurants. Outside of casinos, everything here shuts down around 1-AM.

    I thought that with casinos being open around the clock other businesses would be too, but that's just not the case.

    Yes, I did find one 24 hour pharmacy and one 24 hour supermarket but they're not close by. When I lived in LA there were plenty of all night businesses, even dry cleaners.
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