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Old 10-07-2012, 10:15 AM   #29
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I like the diversity of the people on here and the vast knowledge base. Also the willingness to share knowledge.

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Old 10-07-2012, 10:17 AM   #31
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I like the diversity of the people on here and the vast knowledge base. Also the willingness to share knowledge.

Ken, I note you travel with an African Gray parrot...we have had Buster for 29 years and he also goes with us. We put him in a cage while traveling but let him out when camped. However we can't leave him out when we are out of the m/h as he loves to chew on things....at home, he is never locked in his cage...he has free flight as we do not clip his wings or beak. He is housebroken and has a seperate perch to go to. He takes a turn around the house several times a day. When we get up and go into the kitchen for coffee, he lands on the wife's shoulder, walks down her arm to her hand and she holds him over the waste basket....He says "squat" and does his morning thing...gets a treat and flies back to his cage...so funny.

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Old 10-07-2012, 12:15 PM   #32
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It is just fun...

Also good for the ego to see I am not the only one to make mistakes.

And yes I am one of those that has auto correct set up on my iPad and it thinks that it is smarter than me, compounded by bad eye sight (site) and dyslexia... I am the one dragging my fingernails down the chalkboard.

But I am too old to change, so you can accept me or ignore me. You won't hurt my feeling
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What a great topic! I like a community that shares. And when it comes to sharing, this community rocks! Good and bad, trusting and not, wisdom and wanderings from distant companions, sometimes misunderstood or the occasional mistake, but most often great advice, pick and choose what works, diverse opinions from a maturing crowd of fellow travelers, some argumentative but mostly heartfelt, bringing it and passing on the best that we can be, the whole kit and kaboodle.... An amazing group, IMO.

Thanks to all of you who participate regularly, your assistance has been immensely valuable to me. And a special thanks to those I've gotten to know a bit and to whom I often pay attention.... You've made life on the road a lot better!
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:22 PM   #34
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and even Dunner!
I saw that.

I got that high post count in short period of time because I like sharing what I have learned here and experienced throughout my life.

And... those people who think they know it all, really upset those of us who actually do. That's a joke, only a joke. There is no one smarter than all of us together.
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These forums are an invaluable resource. You can give and get information on a variety of subjects concerning RVing or just general life experiences. It also helps to save money, time, and trouble. I am recovering my Flexsteel captain's chairs and couldn't figure out hope to remove the Flexsteel name plates from the arms with out damaging the seat or the badge. On the off chance I looked up Flexsteel and after reading about thirty comments to a thread, a member mentioned how her husband determined the the "Flexsteel" was badge was glued into the bezel. I saw the light. Lo and behold pulled the badge and there appeared two screws. Most of the time your questions have an experienced reply as an answer. The fact that someone shared this experience saved a me few curse words andd several replacement dollars. You can find diamond in the rough everyday here. JM2...

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