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Old 06-18-2015, 10:12 PM   #39271
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Old 06-18-2015, 10:46 PM   #39272
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Well, guess SM is not so good after all.



Are you kidding me. Everything I have I inherited from her.



Do you use the military family camps when you travel?



Cheers for the ball players - your team of course. Stay dry. If you can't stay drive rent a paddle.



The open market here had two booths last Saturday. Farmers lost a lot of crops.



Marty, do you both use the same hairdresser?



Get the towable dog house ready.



Whew! A reprieve.



That happens with phone pictures, and I think iPad pictures. My theory is that with the rotating screen it will only recognize a right side up picture when the phone is right side up. I think if you use landscape and have the shutter button to the right it works. I have not experimented enough for a conclusive decision.

Edited: by having the shutter button to the right the volume control buttons will be down. This should alleviate the problem.

Report It As You Read It or who'd a thought.

Sometimes we do but on this trip we are staying close to family and friends all the way down.




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Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Nope, not having that problem but then, I'm on my laptop.
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Old 06-18-2015, 11:16 PM   #39276
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Wayne Grapevine lake is Over the road and rising! Water water everywhere, we got over 5 " in 24 hours.

Mel we are dry but I can't say we are gonna stay high! Right now that is somewhat of a relative term. We are gonna float Jenny out the front gate of the park and head down to Brenham to watch grand play in Texas State Championship tourney. When we get back we may not get in if the creek doesn't quit rising.

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Old 06-18-2015, 11:27 PM   #39277
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And a fine picture it is, Marty! Love it!

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Update: Star Date 051815:1943

Ship arrived in Old' Miss at approximately 1430 hours. Discovered truck was too tall for scheduled weight distribution hitch.

At approximately 1639 hours, after mother ship presented at Pooh's liquor, it was measured that the truck transportation vehicle was a mere 2 inches too tall for a 7 pin WD hitch and tongue even after weight was applied to the tongue of tow retrieval vehicle.

After debate with the crew, it was decided that 9 pin drop hitch was required for perfect torsion balance, but alas, this new planet had none that could be found.

Operation rescue AirStream was at a halt.

A request was made to command for a 9 pin post haste. If the on time arrival of the 9 pin occurs tomorrow, starship enterprise will again be able to resume it's journey...... however, if the delivery ship is even 1 day late... I dare think about the consequences ....
You are such a mutant! Congrats, by the way, on the new starship. Bee-utiful!

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Old 06-18-2015, 11:35 PM   #39278
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The good ones are split systems. Condenser is "down under" somewhere and the evaporator is usually situated up high on a cabinet, wall, or cupboard face. Preferably the condensers are positioned near a good outside air source like in the front of the rig.

However the all-in-one basement units DO operate like a house forced air design. Like you said the cold air has to be moved upstairs, and this takes up cabinet and wall space to hide the air ducts. I hope no systems are designed with cold air registers in the floor as would be heating registers.

My three basement A/Cs take up the space where the spare tire would have been located behind the front drop-down bumper. Far quieter than having three roof airs. We run only the center A/C for most warm days. All three would make the interior like a freeze locker.

Not rocket science here. I have no problem removing, replacing, or fixin' the workings of a basement A/C. Now if the work would require going up and down a ladder for a roof A/C fix, I'd consider hiring the job out. Another downside (or potential) of a roof A/C is water leaking in. My parents had two flat roof class A RVs many years ago that both suffered from water damage around the roof mounted A/Cs. The roof design was weak, which allowed the weight of the units to sag the center of the roof, making a shallow lake. In those days RV dealers didn't fix anything, but would offer to take it in on trade for a "better" model.

As usual, I get verbose like this when a keyboard is nearby, and I have a few spare minutes. Sorry folks! I'm way up here in the boondocks where getting a good connection is spotty.

Well it is off to do something productive, like kayaking or biking.
Ok, Moon, this is way above my pay grade.
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That happens with phone pictures, and I think iPad pictures. My theory is that with the rotating screen it will only recognize a right side up picture when the phone is right side up. I think if you use landscape and have the shutter button to the right it works. I have not experimented enough for a conclusive decision.

Edited: by having the shutter button to the right the volume control buttons will be down. This should alleviate the problem.

Report It As You Read It or who'd a thought.
Interesting! I generally try to remember to rotate them by opening them in pictures and go all the way around.

I have to admit the fact that my iphone doesn't do this for me bugs me. I also dislike how the iphone 6 on off button is now opposite the volume buttons... i can't tell you how many times I've turned my phone off instead of taking the photo
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Update: Star Date 051815:1943

Ship arrived in Old' Miss at approximately 1430 hours. Discovered truck was too tall for scheduled weight distribution hitch.

At approximately 1639 hours, after mother ship presented at Pooh's liquor, it was measured that the truck transportation vehicle was a mere 2 inches too tall for a 7 pin WD hitch and tongue even after weight was applied to the tongue of tow retrieval vehicle.

After debate with the crew, it was decided that 9 pin drop hitch was required for perfect torsion balance, but alas, this new planet had none that could be found.

Operation rescue AirStream was at a halt.

A request was made to command for a 9 pin post haste. If the on time arrival of the 9 pin occurs tomorrow, starship enterprise will again be able to resume it's journey...... however, if the delivery ship is even 1 day late... I dare think about the consequences ....
Has "Scotty" taken a look yet?? Sorry for your problem, BUT it made for a wonderful story... I hope your starship can resume the mission on time..

BTW, in weightless space, upside down is no problem... Good PIX..
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Has "Scotty" taken a look yet?? Sorry for your problem, BUT it made for a wonderful story... I hope your starship can resume the mission on time..

BTW, in weightless space, upside down is no problem... Good PIX..

X2 Richard.
"Weightless"! Nice touch.
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Ship arrived in Old' Miss at approximately 1430 hours. Discovered truck was too tall for scheduled weight distribution hitch.

At approximately 1639 hours, after mother ship presented at Pooh's liquor, it was measured that the truck transportation vehicle was a mere 2 inches too tall for a 7 pin WD hitch and tongue even after weight was applied to the tongue of tow retrieval vehicle.

After debate with the crew, it was decided that 9 pin drop hitch was required for perfect torsion balance, but alas, this new planet had none that could be found.

Operation rescue AirStream was at a halt.

A request was made to command for a 9 pin post haste. If the on time arrival of the 9 pin occurs tomorrow, starship enterprise will again be able to resume it's journey...... however, if the delivery ship is even 1 day late... I dare think about the consequences ....

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