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Old 08-23-2016, 08:40 PM   #58577
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I'll try turning the phone and see if that makes any difference.

Took the rig into the Ford dealer this morning for the front end and an oil change. To start with, they broke the door handle. Had to get Thor on the line and they talked them through getting the door open. Thor then sent a tech with a new latch and installed it. They got the oil changed and inspected everything they could think of underneath the coach. Found a frozen end on one of the linkages, not sure which one. The replacement won't be in until Thursday, so now killing time until Friday morning. Once this part is replaced, then they will drive to see if fixed, or if the hunt continues. So, we are now sitting in Shipshewana, all the Amish stuff you ever wanted to see. May try the flea market tomorrow.

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Old 08-23-2016, 08:44 PM   #58578
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Turn your phone around 180 degrees. Mine doesn't take upside down pics and I have two fruit phones (personal/w*rk), both of which take pics with the correct orientation.
Dont listen to Carl, he can turn his head around 180 degrees like a bird, that's why his works! Also I found out he's a PI!
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It really reminded me a lot of Seattle when I was out there a couple of times for w*rk reasons. I think the air was a little better out west but it could be just my foggy memory

The fish in both areas are great for the eatin's being so fresh and all. Of course, unlike those newbie Arkies who apparently never had lobstah before and went overboard eating it day after day, I did the obligatory ONE lobstah and enjoyed other varieties of fresh caught fish in the area
We're going into withdrawals now, no Lobstah!

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I thought for sure The Donald should be sitting in a duck.
My first thought, where is that PFD, then I realized The Donald walks on water!

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Okay, here is one link that describes the upside down photos.

CNET Upside Down photos

Earlene's iPhone also does the up-side-down photos but she has the 5s if that makes any difference - I don't think so.

I personally use the "Go Advanced" on this forum and add the photos then use the "Preview Post." If the pictures are orientated wrong I remove them from the post and then open them with the MAC Application "Preview" then just save them. That corrects the orientation.

On a Windows machine just open them with "Paint" and change the orientation then save them. If it comes up with the correct orientation in "Paint" then just save the file, then upload to forum.

Convoluted to say the least, but it works

Taking pictures, two things only to remember.
1. Potrait picture taking the home button is down
2. Landscape picture taking the volume buttons are down home button to the left.

I rest my case until someone says it is not so.

Someone please try it and then let us know.
Oh, that simple huh!

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All this talk about phones taking pictures and all, well, I saw a couple of HDR shots on my iPhone and I just couldn't help but put together this video clip...I call it the Mutant Shake

Don't ask my why the back section isn't into the action like the front section!

The Mutant Shake
Early signs of Lobstah deprivation! Could be serious!

Only 6 1/2 hours from two of the grandkids, and people are starting to sound normal again! What a trip!
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Old 08-23-2016, 09:23 PM   #58579
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Dont listen to Carl, he can turn his head around 180 degrees like a bird, that's why his works! Also I found out he's a PI!
We're going into withdrawals now, no Lobstah!


My first thought, where is that PFD, then I realized The Donald walks on water!


Oh, that simple huh!



Early signs of Lobstah deprivation! Could be serious!

Only 6 1/2 hours from two of the grandkids, and people are starting to sound normal again! What a trip!
Good timing there Tim. Glad to hear the trip is going well so far...not so sure I'm a PI but I have a number of PI's of the raspberry type
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Old 08-23-2016, 09:31 PM   #58580
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Tim... glad to hear you're only 3 days drive to the kids!
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Old 08-23-2016, 10:00 PM   #58581
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Sounds like all you lobstah lovin' mutants had a great time in Bah Habah! Enjoyed the stories and the pics. It really did happen, didn't it!

Di and Larry, are you gonna make it up to Superior? You really will love the beaches. And the brewery in Grand Marais has great pizza! Really! I hear there are some good restaurants in Munising (quite a bit bigger town than Grand Marais).
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Old 08-24-2016, 12:06 AM   #58582
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All this talk about phones taking pictures and all, well, I saw a couple of HDR shots on my iPhone and I just couldn't help but put together this video clip...I call it the Mutant Shake

Don't ask my why the back section isn't into the action like the front section!

The Mutant Shake
That's cute Carl.
Thanks.
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Old 08-24-2016, 12:08 AM   #58583
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No pictures (yet) but it did happen.

The Double D's showed up in Oak Harbor, WA, along with Queen Barb and of course Sena, Lilly and Mizzie were all there. I even got some attention from Sena and that's a first. BBQ brought in was the fare of the evening. Really enjoyed seeing them all again. Dennis is just as obnoxious as ever and Denise and Barb as always charming.
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Old 08-24-2016, 12:16 AM   #58584
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So, had two sensors fail to report to the monitor and suspected batteries were the problem. Took one sensor off, replaced battery and all worked well. Took the other failed sensor off and the valve stem was just gushing air. It is amazing that a thumb can hold in 100+ pounds of air. Grabbed he valve cap and stopped the flow. Found a valve stem tool and tried tightening the valve stem but it was a no-go. I didn't want to remove the valve stem completely and try re-seating it in case the tire separated from the wheel. Then I would never get the tire inflated.

Got out the air hose, inflated tire to about 5 psi over original setting and quickly put the valve cap back on. We extended one day and will be visiting Les Schwab Monday on our way out of town. New Borg 180 Dually Valve on the way just in case the valve stem is permanently jammed.

If it's not one thing it's another.
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Old 08-24-2016, 05:40 AM   #58585
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So, had two sensors fail to report to the monitor and suspected batteries were the problem. Took one sensor off, replaced battery and all worked well. Took the other failed sensor off and the valve stem was just gushing air. It is amazing that a thumb can hold in 100+ pounds of air. Grabbed he valve cap and stopped the flow. Found a valve stem tool and tried tightening the valve stem but it was a no-go. I didn't want to remove the valve stem completely and try re-seating it in case the tire separated from the wheel. Then I would never get the tire inflated.

Got out the air hose, inflated tire to about 5 psi over original setting and quickly put the valve cap back on. We extended one day and will be visiting Les Schwab Monday on our way out of town. New Borg 180 Dually Valve on the way just in case the valve stem is permanently jammed.

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Old 08-24-2016, 06:08 AM   #58586
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So, had two sensors fail to report to the monitor and suspected batteries were the problem. Took one sensor off, replaced battery and all worked well. Took the other failed sensor off and the valve stem was just gushing air. It is amazing that a thumb can hold in 100+ pounds of air. Grabbed he valve cap and stopped the flow. Found a valve stem tool and tried tightening the valve stem but it was a no-go. I didn't want to remove the valve stem completely and try re-seating it in case the tire separated from the wheel. Then I would never get the tire inflated.

Got out the air hose, inflated tire to about 5 psi over original setting and quickly put the valve cap back on. We extended one day and will be visiting Les Schwab Monday on our way out of town. New Borg 180 Dually Valve on the way just in case the valve stem is permanently jammed.

If it's not one thing it's another.
Question Wayne, do you have beads in your tire for balancing? If so, it is quite possible that a bead is stuck in the valve stem. I had that happen to me in upstate NY a few years ago on my bike. Prevention/cure is to blow air through the valve stem into the tire with your compressor. No beads? Your sol my friend.

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Question Wayne, do you have beads in your tire for balancing?

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Can you say "She's a Hot mama"?
Marathon Habanero day yesterday... Made 20 half pints of various and sundry types of habanero peach jam/jelly. I think 4 different but similar recipes... hard to remember. Some with seeds, some without. Used gloves, but can't escape the burn completely.
Still want to make a batch of the Habanero jelly with the carrots in it... will have to wait until tomorrow.
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I'll try turning the phone and see if that makes any difference.

Took the rig into the Ford dealer this morning for the front end and an oil change. To start with, they broke the door handle. Had to get Thor on the line and they talked them through getting the door open. Thor then sent a tech with a new latch and installed it. They got the oil changed and inspected everything they could think of underneath the coach. Found a frozen end on one of the linkages, not sure which one. The replacement won't be in until Thursday, so now killing time until Friday morning. Once this part is replaced, then they will drive to see if fixed, or if the hunt continues. So, we are now sitting in Shipshewana, all the Amish stuff you ever wanted to see. May try the flea market tomorrow.

Jake
Sounds, aside from crappy!, like normal rainbow stuff. Mohmmmms for your rig!

Enjoy the flea market, but check labels. Most of what we saw came, not from a quaint Amish workshop, but from some quaint factory in China. 😲 That said, have fun anyway!
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Old 08-24-2016, 09:23 AM   #58590
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Enjoy the flea market, but check labels. Most of what we saw came, not from a quaint Amish workshop, but from some quaint factory in China. 😲 That said, have fun anyway!
Fun we will have, goes with riding the rainbow. Will check the labels though, never would have thought they would have succumbed to the sickness.

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