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Old 12-03-2013, 10:35 PM   #7463
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Time for searching out videos, but can't keep up with the family? Wayne, this is shocking. Shocking I tell ya.
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Old 12-03-2013, 10:52 PM   #7464
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Hanging in there, just got back from Toronto from another round of tests. Still no cause found..... Daughter has been fine and getting mighty sick of mother hen squawking and clucking around her, lol. Fingers crossed. Thanks for thinking of us!

I am reading all the posts in spare moments, cheers me up to check out all the mutant ramblings.
Tina - Thanks for the update. You have our attention, so to speak, and want to make sure you know we're all here for ya. Ommm Ommm We're With You Ommm.
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On a related note - sometimes it's hard to keep everyone with a bump in the road at top of mind - just the nature of having 63 RVMs and pages of ponders and such.

RVMs should feel free to use the Contact Us page on our website. It would be a small matter for me to pull together an Ommm Ommm We're With Ya Ommm private email to our group mailing list. Cause sometimes it's nice to know that mutant power is being harnessed in the many personal ways mutants go about such things. Just a thought and couldn't hurt.
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:18 PM   #7465
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QUOTE=timarti;1831555]Hanging in there, just got back from Toronto from another round of tests. Still no cause found, which is good in a way because it has ruled out a whole lot of nasty things. Apparently in about 70% of cases no specfic cause is found for seizures or epilepsy. Daughter has been fine and getting mighty sick of mother hen squawking and clucking around her, lol. Fingers crossed. Thanks for thinking of us!
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Don't smoke my venison, my papers keep getting wet! Thus far my yearly stock is not looking to good. Last year had four in freezer at this time, so far only one and a hog. Need to be in deer woods but afraid this cold front may be pushing record number of ducks down south and I need to be there to meet them!
Hey! Roasted duck is okay. Just about anything you bag will be good over the fire. Bring it on.

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Whoo Hooo - just got a call from my RV Storage place. One of my requested spaces opened up. Long straight approach - can either pull or back right in. Going to move her in the morning. All is good!
Aw shucks. In storage. I'm picking mine up tomorrow and bringing it home to pack up for the weekend. It's going to be cool here also but what the hey, at least I'm out RV'ing.

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Old 12-03-2013, 11:30 PM   #7466
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QUOTE=timarti;1831555]Hanging in there, just got back from Toronto from another round of tests. Still no cause found, which is good in a way because it has ruled out a whole lot of nasty things. Apparently in about 70% of cases no specfic cause is found for seizures or epilepsy. Daughter has been fine and getting mighty sick of mother hen squawking and clucking around her, lol. Fingers crossed. Thanks for thinking of us! [...]
Great news Marti, fingers crossed and prayers your way. Hey! Roasted duck is okay. Just about anything you bag will be good over the fire. Bring it on. Aw shucks. In storage. I'm picking mine up tomorrow and bringing it home to pack up for the weekend. It's going to be cool here also but what the hey, at least I'm out RV'ing. [/QUOTE]

Wayne you and Earlene put on your ice skates and come on up a d we will have a tottie waitin on ya to warm you up!
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:37 PM   #7467
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You mentioned when you were down this-a-way that you might be back for Christmas. What are the chances of that? Should I leave town, just in case?

I'll reply tomorrow. Good night.
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:59 PM   #7468
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Possum clued me on these cheap LED RV light bulbs. Yes, they are from China, but at $1 each shipping included, it's a hard deal to beat. They look great and I can really tell a difference in the battery draw down.

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Old 12-04-2013, 01:57 AM   #7469
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Hanging in there, just got back from Toronto from another round of tests.

I am reading all the posts in spare moments, cheers me up to check out all the mutant ramblings.
If these mutant ramblings cheer you up, then maybe the wrong ones being tested! lol

I know how frustrating it is to not know Why, but like you said, now you know it's not some of the more serious possibilities. Good news in any size is still good news!
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Old 12-04-2013, 02:06 AM   #7470
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Possum clued me on these cheap LED RV light bulbs. Yes, they are from China, but at $1 each shipping included, it's a hard deal to beat. They look great and I can really tell a difference in the battery draw down.

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Your using these for interior lighting?
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Old 12-04-2013, 02:21 AM   #7471
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Your using these for interior lighting?
So am I but I have the bayonet based ones for my older unit. DW and I went a week without having to run the generator last time we boon-docked. Every incandescent bulb in the unit is now LED. The ones we have in our unit test with a meter a friend has at 1.2 (whatevers) brighter than the original bulbs that were in the unit. My buddy does office lighting specialty work and has a light meter dodad that gives lumen levels (??) and the LEDs I now have record the slightly higher light level and they draw significantly less battery.


Barb, DW and I are pleased the lights are working so well for you too.


Ponderance for youse guys ---- Why do you see the spelling errors that split second after you hit the submit button.
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Not even sure what kind of bulbs are behind the fixtures on mine, haven't had to change any yet.

So what has you up at this hour?
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Yes, they are the same size and base as the stock bulbs.
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Hey Dennis, you can fix those spelling errors! There is an edit button on the bottom left of your post for 30 minutes(so I hear) and you can hit that and change those errors ASAP, hopefully before Wayne reads them and gives you a hard time. Luv ya Wayne.
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Hey Dennis, you can fix those spelling errors! There is an edit button on the bottom left of your post for 30 minutes(so I hear) and you can hit that and change those errors ASAP, hopefully before Wayne reads them and gives you a hard time. Luv ya Wayne.
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Sorry I haven't been on here lately. Still not used to the new ergo KB. Thanks to Barb - I have new-used Logitech LX710 KB like my old, one on the way from Ebay out of TX. Should be here by Friday. Don't want to get too used to this new K350. Especially don't like the mouse that came with it. CAn't use it. I'm a lefty and it has side buttons that are not lefty friendly. Two of my other LX7 - seven button mice have all the buttons on the top. I spilled some liquid on the old KB, and un-like before, I was unable to get it to work again. Probably because I didn't remove the batteries immediately. I got the mouse wet, but was able to get it working again with a bath and compressed air. Forgot to take the batteries out of it, but it survived.

I have them programmed for R/L, F3, F5, Backspace, End, and forward and of course scroll. F3 has never worked too good, but I get around it by using the keyboard F3.

Got a epidural today in L7-10 and it turns out what I thought was an inflammation, was just normal blood vessel. Still have a severely narrowed L8-L9. Hope it works. Nitely use of the TENS is getting to be a pain, so to speak. Medicare limits electrodes to two 4 packs a month. Rep is sending a gel tube to aid it stickiness.

Gotta get to bed soon.

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