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Old 08-23-2016, 07:54 AM   #5671
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Grreeaatt coffee here, but about 6am. tea time now. Frank, did you say normal? really normal? Wow. We will have to keep an eye on you

I have been to school and then shopping and now back home. Pretty good trick for not quite 9 am huh? Today is my day to groom my littlest friends. I haven't told them yet or they will hide under the bed and there will be NO getting them out. Yorkies are smart little creatures.

Well off to get it started, Have to be finished by noon. You all take care, and God bless.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:06 AM   #5672
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H12...We use a Nuwave countertop oven in our coach. When the convection element in our over-the-range microwave died, I couldn't find an inexpensive replacement. I saw an info-mercial for the Nu-Wave and purchased one. We love it. We use it in the house too, even cooked a Thanksgiving turkey in it, just for experiment sake. The only problem I had was when I lifted the lid, without the kitchen exhaust fan on, and set off the smoke detector.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:07 AM   #5673
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Ro_sie,
That is funny, now see, you fit right in with this crowd.
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Old 08-23-2016, 08:47 AM   #5674
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Good Morning Everyone;
Glad to see everyone is proceeding as normal.

Frank - there are gremlins out there. They will get you when you least expect it. And then leave just as unexpectedly. I always try to remember what I did so I do not do it again. Huh! Squirrel!! What were we talking about?

Still raining here but more of a mist. Today I am going to do something as yesterday flew by without any accomplishments. Did start up the fireplace to take some of the chill off and grilled up a side of ribs but today I am going to accomplish something. Maybe!!!!

Have a great day everyone.
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Old 08-23-2016, 09:04 AM   #5675
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Good morning all!

Lite rain here in Kirtland, NM. Sky is partly cloudy, 61*.

I hope it clears later, we have a 65 mile run to Durango today, was giving serious thought to washing Ms Prissy on the way. She is nasty dirty after the 1,900 mile trip here.

Here are a few pics for yesterdays visit to Valley of the Gods, Monument Valley, and the Route 261 switchbacks.
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Old 08-23-2016, 10:27 AM   #5676
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Good morning, all!

Frank, On most browsers there are some standard combination of keys to enlarge, shrink, return to normal.

Ctl+ (Hold down the control key and hit the plus key) This will enlarge things. Keep doing it and things will keep getting larger.

Ctl- (Hold down the control key and hit the minus key) This will shrink things.

Ctl0 (Hold down the control key and hit the ZERO key) This will return things to normal.

The browser usually remembers this on a per-site basis. So, iRV2 can be enlarged, but not affect other websites.

Yes, it is frustrating when it happens and you don't know why. There may be some other Menu based ways of doing this in your browser, but I don't remember them.




Rail, When I type a long post I got into the habit of "copying" the post to memory before either previewing or submitting. So, if Captcha decides to make it disappear, I have a copy.

Sometimes, just by hitting the BACK button on the browser I can return to the editing page WITH everything there. Sometimes it is all gone.

What I have been doing is a) place the cursor somewhere in the text you want to submit, b) Select Ctl-A to highlight everything, and c) Select Ctl-C to copy everything to memory.

So, if Captcha hangs up everything and things go away, I hit the BACK button to get back to the edit screen, place the cursor in the now-empty text area, then Select Ctl-V to copy what I saved from memory onto the screen. Then, I try previewing or submitting again. Hopefully Captcha will let me through the second time.

I have had this happen a bit more frequently lately. I am not sure exactly why Captcha is doing this. Maybe because I am using a mobile hotspot? Maybe the IP address is changing and the forum thinks I am not me? Not sure, but it is sure frustrating to lose stuff.




Thanks to all who commented on our ongoing DP search. We are in no rush, as retirement is a few years off yet. I would like to buy before actual retirement dates, just to break it in and get to know the rig. But, that is not a hard requirement. Whether or not to go FT is a question we really need to delay until later. We talk about it, but it is too soon for answers. I think we need actual experience in a Class A before we can properly decide.



Well, another hot day in North FL. Low of 77F this morning, with a forecast high of 89F with a heat index of 102. I really wanted to get a bit of work done outside, but it usually has to wait until about 7PM when the sun starts to set. It will still be hot, but minus the direct sun.


Everyone, have a great day!

PS: Let me copy this before I go any further in case the Captcha thief is waiting for me.
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Old 08-23-2016, 10:37 AM   #5677
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Well it was about a MH that came up for sale in Phoenix, Az. The ad was on rvtrader.com A 1994 Monaco Dynasty 38' Sounded like a great deal, and it came with everything! Pic's were great! Sounded like a great deal for someone that was looking for a nice older MH!
Tim, Here is the link to that 1994 Rail mentioned, in case you were interested and had not had time to search for it. $16,750 asking price.

1994 Monaco DYNASTY, Phoenix AZ - - RVtrader.com
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:31 AM   #5678
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Tim, Here is the link to that 1994 Rail mentioned, in case you were interested and had not had time to search for it. $16,750 asking price.

1994 Monaco DYNASTY, Phoenix AZ - - RVtrader.com
Wow that does seem like a steal.
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Old 08-23-2016, 11:40 AM   #5679
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Has some nice features for sure.
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Pineapple (and just any kind of)Pie lovers in the gang.

Ok , ok , I'll work on getting the recipe out of her....It was my grandmother's and she is picky about giving it out .
She actually wanted to teach me to make it so the recipe wouldn't die with her so I think it's a good bet I'll get it , I think it might be one of those things that never get written down. I tried attaching a pic again but the wifi here is totally flakey ,,,,kind of like the pie crust....

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Old 08-23-2016, 02:54 PM   #5681
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I hope she will give it out so it will live on forever (soadaspeak).
Yea I went looking this morning but couldn't find it.
I'm hoping to find something with at least one slide. We will be going FT Next summer after I sell The S&Bs
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Out of curiosity, since I am looking as well, but not as soon as Tim, I found the following coach (with one slide):

1995 Holiday Rambler IMPERIAL , Huachuca City AZ - - RVtrader.com

Would someone please take a minute and look at the THIRD photo? Is that delamination I see on the front right section of the coach? You can see it in the FOURTH photo as well.

From what I have heard, that is not a good thing at all. In fact it might be a reason to completely pass on the rig. Am I interpreting this correctly?
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Old 08-23-2016, 04:38 PM   #5683
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Charles;
There are certainly some interesting "wrinkles" from the front of the door to the wheel well. I would not be pursuing this unit.
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I'm with Gordon, "ALTHOUGH" there was a poster I think he goes by pike that took the whole passenger side off his MH and replaced it and it turned out wonderful maybe he will chime in. I'll look for his thread.
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Wow what a coincidence he has a Holiday Rambler and it was the same side. His redo started on 1-1-2014 and was titled "New Exterior Siding" by piker. under Vintage too, Worth the read.
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