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Old 12-04-2013, 12:23 PM   #7491
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Not even sure what kind of bulbs are behind the fixtures on mine, haven't had to change any yet.
You should take a peak and order in enough of the proper fixtured units to fulfill your units needs and then replace them as they burn out. Or do as I did and just replace them all to get some battery longevity when boondocked.
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So what has you up at this hour?
Every once in a while I get insomnia, last night was one of those nights.
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Old 12-04-2013, 01:03 PM   #7492
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. Every once in a while I get insomnia, last night was one of those nights.
Understand, of 3 sons, 3 d-I-l, 2 grand kids, DW and me, 1d-I-l, 1 grand kid and me are the only ones not inflicted by a stomach bug. Last night was DW turn and I was up playing nurse!
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Old 12-04-2013, 02:54 PM   #7493
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Understand, of 3 sons, 3 d-I-l, 2 grand kids, DW and me, 1d-I-l, 1 grand kid and me are the only ones not inflicted by a stomach bug. Last night was DW turn and I was up playing nurse!
Ugh not fun
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Old 12-04-2013, 08:39 PM   #7494
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Elizabeth have y'all looked at the National IRV2 rally at Myrtle Beach. I know some mutants will be gathering there in Sept. Mayby y'all could make a mini Curosity of the East Coast variety then! Just a thought! Any where mutants gather will be a Curosity!
Dear spouse says it's a go! We will be registering for the national rally as soon as the tax return money arrives. We usually use our return for camping fees. Well, and camping toys, too. Either the Honda or the Equinox will be getting a baseplate installed.

Anyway, we're going. How many other mutants are planning on attending?
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Old 12-04-2013, 08:45 PM   #7495
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Talk about being out of touch with the new vehicles. I saw a really nice looking truck on the road today and when we caught up to it at a traffic light I saw it was a Lincoln. Will have to see if it comes in 4 X 4 capable of being towed four down.
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Old 12-04-2013, 08:56 PM   #7496
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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!
No more twisty and turney's? How boring..
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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.

Nite-all,

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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.
So you have a reason t too learn how to use the edit feature?
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Jay Leno's garage: Decoliner
Fantastic! DH enjoyed it as much as I did. I vote you get put on the payroll as official Online Entertainment Chair.

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Dear spouse says it's a go! We will be registering for the national rally as soon as the tax return money arrives. We usually use our return for camping fees. Well, and camping toys, too. Either the Honda or the Equinox will be getting a baseplate installed.

Anyway, we're going. How many other mutants are planning on attending?
We are registered and looking forward to having a Curiosity with you and your spouse. Laissez les bon temps...and all that! (Don't forget the belated Mardi Gras party flagship1 has on the schedule!)

Who else is joining us? If memory serves--no, forget that!

Cheers!
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This is RVM post # 7501.

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We are registered and looking forward to having a Curiosity with you and your spouse. Laissez les bon temps...and all that! (Don't forget the belated Mardi Gras party flagship1 has on the schedule!)

Who else is joining us? If memory serves--no, forget that!

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Hmmmm banners, logos, name tags, etc. ....sounds like I need to start an advertising company ......... Rainbow Shirts for everybody!!! Oh and rainbow suspenders ... Can't forget the suspenders.....no I really mean it! My pants won't stay up without them.
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Talk about being out of touch with the new vehicles. I saw a really nice looking truck on the road today and when we caught up to it at a traffic light I saw it was a Lincoln. Will have to see if it comes in 4 X 4 capable of being towed four down.
I was behind one of those Mark IV or whatever yeaterday. If they build it, they will come.

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Wowser! Great to hear from you again! So it's good news and bad news, eh? Oh , and wait a minute: what happened to "If Dunner can't fix it, it ain't broke"?? Here mousy mousy mousy!

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