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Old 03-08-2015, 02:05 PM   #1471
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Every body in Church?
Tim

Well,,,,,, Actually I was!

Harley has a good excuse today.

Been remodeling an Expedition Trailer with a friend, so I will be in the shop here in a few minutes with him.
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Old 03-08-2015, 02:11 PM   #1472
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Oh and Terry, you gotta get moving in a few more days.
Enjoy it while you can.
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Old 03-08-2015, 02:39 PM   #1473
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Good Morning Tim, Nope not in church, just being lazy about getting on, doing PT in house, it takes me awhile to do everything that I want to do, tried the recumbent bike today can't quite get it all the way around but will work on it. some other machines I've looked at and said maybe later. setting here now with ice on the leg, gotta keep the swelling down to a minimum. catch all later.
Haven't been on the forum in a while and was very pleased to see your surgery and post-op went well! You're no rookie at PT and recovery so I won't offer any advice other than do what you do Hope your recovery proceeds on schedule and with as little pain as possible.

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Old 03-08-2015, 04:38 PM   #1474
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Good Afternoon, Curtis, I will enjoy this as soon as the pain stops , its not toooo bad only when I move. David, thanks ! I figure once I can get that darn bicycle to go round and round I got it by the hiny.
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Good Morning All, Rough night, this sleeping thing is overrated, get a couple hrs. a night, good thing is I can catch up during the day. 26* this am going to 38* , heat wave!! all week is supposed to be above freezing in the 40's even . Ordered all the solar panels yesterday, plus a Fantastic fan w/thermostat and reverse. also got the Max Air covers to go over them. I ordered an LED conversion bulb, I will test it out and let you know how it works out, this one comes with 6 different adapters. I'm hoping by the time I get everything I will be able (with some assistants) get the roof area done early spring. Have a great day all.
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Terry,
Glad to hear that you are starting to thaw out. Maybe you will be able to get to the TH by the time your knee will allow you to. I have 3 fantastic fans in mine, 2 have the reverse and they all have the remote speed adjustment and powered open and close.
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Hi Frank, I figured the only way to get nice weather was to get my knee done, so when I can't do anything it'll warm up and be nice! The fan I got only has the thermostat and reverse I figure if I think I need it I can upgrade. I did only get one thro, I thought that by putting it in the garage area it would draw cool air (or warm) into the bedroom vent and out the garage. Gordon suggested the thermostat so it could shut off without cooling or heating to extremes.
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Terry sorry you're having some rough nights. Hang in there brother.

Seems like to goodies are piling. You will be one busy guy once you're healed up. Looking forward to watching. Your winter may finally be over too.
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Hi Jay, thanks, I new it was coming (rough nights) kinda comes with the fix, it'll come and go, it did before, I just look down the road at what's going to be. I think your right winter may have finally had its back broke.
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Currently +56
Feels like+56
Partly sunny.
So says our weather person,

I had a bad night too, bouncing off the walls, (literately)
Hope the Knee is getting better this afternoon Terry. So I've heard, you know how to do it...
I didn't get a chance to get out to the old gal today, but tomorrow is another day.
So its a 60 degree difference since last week
Real windy but still warmer.
That's all I got,
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Hi Tim, Ohh I hate those kind of nights, like you just had, when the mind just won't shut off. glad to hear the temps seem to be going up all over where its been sooo cold. One thing the wind does is melt the snow and dry up the mud faster. Have a great night.
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Terry,
you will like the power raise and lower in the garage, since the ceiling is so high, so you don't need a ladder to open and shut it, like the one in my kitchen.
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Hopefully it has the rain sensor as well. I opted out of putting vent covers on the fantastic fans. The cover limits the cover opening. I wanted the maximum opening on the lid to get the most air movement.

The fan with the thermostat was in the living area and the other fan was in the bedroom. I had just a regular vent in the garage with a cover on it. I left that vent open pretty much all of the time.

We kept the door to the garage closed unless we were in the garage. There was a slight gas/oil smell as I kept a case of oil in the garage as well as diesel conditioner, etc. Plus the garage became a storage spot when the bikes were not in. Overall there was a smell that Janet did not like. Our 5er has a really clean smell and I expect the coach will be the same.
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Hey Terry,
No Coffee
Along with the back comes Restless leg Syndrome The doc gave me some new med to take care of it but It must not have mixed well with one of my other meds. I awoke once leaning my forehead against the bathroom mirror. Jo woke me up standing against the living room wall just about to take a dive. Just a bad night. Not sure if its better going thru it all night or taking the med and have this happen..
And here I am tonight/morning @ 2:00 am on the computer.
Owell at least I am not going thru that again tonight.
Take Care and talk later today..
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