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Old 08-03-2014, 07:50 AM   #19895
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That is good!!

It didn't work for me either when I quoted your post it didn't bring the attachments along...others it at least shows the attached file.

I'm still on a 4S iPhone....probably forever...gettin' a new one with Verizon might force me to loose my unlimited data. Not that I use more than 2G but one never knows. I don't stream videos, mostly text, email stuff. Would like to have it for a hot spot though....hate hotel and public wifi....just another 30/mo....but I don't miss it....got DSL in the S&B. Have to work out the hot spot when I get in the RV.
I am on the 4s because i have chargers everywhere, and do not want to rebuy those....
Platoons? Were you military? Diesel? Your job or interest? 2.5yo GD? Only 1?
Btw, Rvillage.com we have another thing, and RVmutants.com We are all over the place..... Welcome again Ken.....
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:25 AM   #19896
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Max insisting he really IS a lap dog! I am under there somewhere.

Your furs are beatiful.... Love the one you are currently wearing.....





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Old 08-03-2014, 08:53 AM   #19897
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Well DieselTech39, you are RVM87!
WELCOME to the Rainbow. By the looks of recents posts, you are fitting in right well, I would even call it nifty!

And anudder ting... Ham Lake Minnesnowta? I used to go fishing in that area. Wait! I used to go fishing all over Minnesnowta at one time or other.

Welcome to RVMdom, Ken, you STM! 😙
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:58 AM   #19898
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Dave, you traveling today or parked for a day or two? Awning holding on?

Thought of you the other day, Dr Oz had a Dr on his show that claimed "Gluten" was showing to be the cause of most dementia and that going gluten free would reverse the condition. I thought of sending your name in as evidence to the contrary but I forgot. Lol
Now what were we talking about, oh never mind.

Jim and Ginny sent me a nifty pic of a camper with outdoor carpet area outlined with rope lights and a lite palm tree all shinning bright. Suggest it for my outdoor decorations for all to appreciate !

Awning is holding on nicely, Tim. Could be a permanent arrangement. 😙

Gluten and dimentia? I believe it. I used to be dumber than a bag of hammers, now only a dumb as one!

And you have reminded me that CW has rope lites on sale, and I need more cuz Gwen is farther around than Fred was.

On the road to MN and WI for fam and friend times.
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Old 08-03-2014, 09:12 AM   #19899
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Noticed too, that gluten free food makes you go bald, and get a pointy head. Happened to a neighbor of mine:
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:44 AM   #19900
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Noticed too, that gluten free food makes you go bald, and get a pointy head. Happened to a neighbor of mine:
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GF = Gluten Free = Goodness Free --- it is a mathematical proof...
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:56 AM   #19901
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Those CD and DVD sleeve folders sure save a lot of space. We spent weeks cataloging then filling the folders with DVDs. Have so many now that we are considering never joining the satellite dish frenzy. Mostly crap programming anyway.

Today for instance in our house we watched a $5 DVD that we picked up from the Wal-Mart bargain bin. Just nothing on the cable anymore that is worth the time to watch.

So if anyone spots us in an RV park, stop by to borrow a DVD ... our supply is enormous!
We carry about 320 standard movies with us in soft cover booklets. 1 holds 200 and the other 2 have 60 each. We also bring about 60 BluRay DVDs from our collection. I never hook up Satellite in any of our coaches as between the movies and cable at most places we stay, we're covered. Usually only watch a movie in the evening before retiring.
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The problem with any media is the time it takes to come up with new devices where the old media will not play. Most everything now-a-days is flash-card storage, or in my case everything on a small Ultra-slim WD hard drive. A 2Tb hard drive that is shirt pocket carry-able is about $100. A lot of DVD can be placed on a 2Tb hard drive. JMHO
Separate hard drive is my next purchase once we need more space. As we aren't full time yet, we haven't used up all the space we currently have, so non issue at this point.
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Separate hard drive is my next purchase once we need more space. As we aren't full time yet, we haven't used up all the space we currently have, so non issue at this point.
Just read this little $2.99 Kindle book. It's a fast read and has some great tips. Sure, much of it is common sense but for the money - for Annie and I to have sat it read it together - priceless - cause we agreed on Sooo many of the points and it has us on the same page. There are also some tips on using vinegar - peroxide and other green cleaning fluids. Anyone planning to full time would probably find it $3 well spent. Any one else trying to simplify or reduce clutter and baggage would find it helpful as well.

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Separate hard drive is my next purchase once we need more space. As we aren't full time yet, we haven't used up all the space we currently have, so non issue at this point.
Wayne was right on that - I think I paid right at 100 mutant bucks for the Western Digital 2 Tb My Passport external drive.

I have done my weeding of old pictures and have packaged many up to send to relatives and friends. Those that I wish to keep are now in a small container and will be scanned once on the road. Annie may scrapbook some - and the rest will become digital records only. My scanner will do multiple slides at one time - and the slides will go too. I have already thinned them out with the slide viewer and the slide projector has already hit the dumpster.... eek.
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The slide scanning and discarding took us almost three weeks several years ago. Incredible how we nearly filled a 30 gallon trash can.

One thing this weeding out process did do was force (or encourage) me to whizz up some of the fading slides using a photo editor.

Old family photos, even tin types got scanned too. I sent the "keeper" stuff to hapless relatives who didn't expect the windfall. Now the burden and guilt is on them for disposition of the family history stuff. Old grade school love letters between grand pappy and grannie got scanned then boxed up and mailed away. By the way, those people could actually handle penmanship. The lettering is artful. Also, their command of correct English puts current school kids to shame.
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Multitasking ! Moonrover has submitted 2 more CGs to the website - I see them all - they will all get published - promise.
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The slide scanning and discarding took us almost three weeks several years ago. Incredible how we nearly filled a 30 gallon trash can.

One thing this weeding out process did do was force (or encourage) me to whizz up some of the fading slides using a photo editor.

Old family photos, even tin types got scanned too. I sent the "keeper" stuff to hapless relatives who didn't expect the windfall. Now the burden and guilt is on them for disposition of the family history stuff. Old grade school love letters between grand pappy and grannie got scanned then boxed up and mailed away. By the way, those people could actually handle penmanship. The lettering is artful. Also, their command of correct English puts current school kids to shame.
It's going slowly but it is a great exercise. I think I said this before - rather deal with and tackle the memories now - than live to not know who or what I'm looking at or to leave to others to deal with. Almost should be required for living.... letting go and going over and remembering while the remembering is good.... it's also nice to be able to snap a quick pick and then let the treasure go.
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