If you have enough money to not have to worry about waiting a year or two to get more, Why bother taking it at all. Lots of us didn't have that decision to make, it was SS or the streets. Must be nice to be independent enough to not have to worry about SS. Then there are those of us that have to wait for the SS each month to put enough gas in the tank to go somewhere else. Gas, food and medicine all go up, but SS doesn't. Have to tap small savings to even keep up.
If the Facilities at a big football stadium were not maintained, or inaccessable to disabled, there would be a uprising heard across the nation. Not enough funds to clean the restrooms at a National Monument? Or repair the doors? Who cares?
Now, what this nation really needs, is a massive, federally funded program enploying thousands of people, to educate birds not to fly into man-made objects! Surely Congress will approve such a program in minutes! Just look at the benefits! less unemployed due to the numbers of people hired to catch all the birds, big money to educate unemployed college graduates in bird-traint procedures. Even more money spend to pay to write the procedures on how to catch and train birds. Retraining for those unemployed by not having to pick up the dead bird bodies from fields. The spending goes on and on!!
BTW, the bleach, if used as directed, will hot harm anything, either your tanks or pluming, IF USED AS DIRECTED! It would not be good to leave it in the tanks or lines for an extended period,as there is a possibility of damage to systems exposed to full strength bleach for an extended period of time. Following a good cleaning, the clorination in city water should be sufficient. Please note however, that the chemicals and minerals in city water can and will create pwoblems in any system after a period of time. Witness the mineral buildup on your faucets and fixtures in your home.
To Answer your question, probable just flush the entire system well, at least until the water quite foaming from the antifreeze. Then refill fresh water tank with chlorine bleach solution, let it sit overnight, then flush through all faucets, and drain completely. Unless there is blace stuff showing in your water lines, refill with clorinated city water and you are finished! Note that by having antifreeze in the fresh tank that long, the taste will be difficult to get rid of, and will probably take some time and a lot of water to get rid of. Its not harmful if you want to drink it, but is fine for washing and such.
Received the following information from The NPS at Fort Sumter. If this is on your schedule to visit, you might want to reconsider. In addition, there are no facilities for disabled, neither ramps or elevators to get to the dirty restrooms anyway. Handicap elevators are in place, but do not work, and there are no plans for repair. Disablity access laws do not apply to Federal sites, unless needed by Congress.
*The restrooms at Fort Sumter are now on a cleaning contract until further notice.
Why? There is hardly any staff left to clean them. For the information of all, especially those riding the 9:30 boat from Liberty Square, restrooms at the the fort will not be available during the entire first boat's time on the island. Boat riders, please include a statement to this effect: "The restrooms at the fort will not be available during your visit. Please use the restrooms available on board the boat during our travel time, which will be around 30 minutes". I would not include giving directions to the restrooms as part of your first boat briefing. If the cleaners finish early, that's great, but let's not get into a time game for the completion of the cleaning. Some days are worse than others when it comes to cleaning public facilities.
*Also at Fort Sumter, the doors to the museum and book store are in such bad shape, they are coming off their hinges. All will be replaced within the next month.
The book store can only be accessed from the door on the gorge side (right side).
The door adjacent to the museum will be kept locked so it does not fall on anyone.
I'm not making this up! ".
Actually, apparently the manufacturers, Winegard in particular, made a significant improvement in their antennas somewhere in there. Ours is a 2005, with the original antenna probably in 2003 or 4. I replaced it with the newer Sensar IV head, and like you, experienced a real improvement, simular to what you got with the King Jack.
The biggest thing I really liked about S&T is that it is loaded on my computer, and we do not need any type of internet, wifi or whatever to use it. Google maps is a lot better, and is much more current, but without internet access, you have nothing.
As far as LEDs go, no. the base is the same, but some are designed for all around light, some are designed to go in a directional lamp, whatever. Depending on your particular lamps, you may need the ones that direct light to the sides, or all round instead of just the ends. Consider you fixtures, and select ones that will work best.
they told me that if I started at 63 1/2, it would take 17 years to make up the difference that I would have be waiting. It was better to go ahead and start getting it, and being able to live without trying to find the next penny,, or having to work to live for 3 years.
Just one little bit to clear up a minor error, the "booster" in the wall plate is only a power supply. The actual "booster" or amplifier is up in the antenna head. Just to be correct though, there are actual boosters or amplifiers on the market now that are in or behind the wall plate, but you won't see many of these yet, and they are clearly marked. And cost a lot more. >