Handbag reminds me of one of our local trails that was closed to dogs due to the amount of poo left behind despite the bags hanging at every trailhead. I get particularly annoyed when I find it in my front lawn.
Ask your cop friend to change his password on his email provider.I concur. I work in the IT department of a university. Our younger users constantly pick up stuff on their computers. As soon as our system detects the burst of messages indicating an attack, we force a password change which stops it immediately. Even if it doesn't work, it fast and free to do and works most of the time.
I installed a vent fan in our bathroom (there was no fan) and pulled the wire through the roof to a nearby light. Very simple to route the wire this way. Same here, I used a coat hanger to fish a wire through to a nearby ceiling light.
Everyone is bashing them, but weren't they out for a long time before anyone realized there were problems? You can only test so much before real world trials find weaknesses. I'm disappointed that the consumer has no means of remediation.
Ours sits inside the camper and fits between the table support and bench seat nicely. I don't do anything to secure it and it has never tipped over. We also don't have any odor. I put the gas can in one of the wheel wells.
I would look at it from another point of view. Regardless of which camper is too big for your truck, which is too big for yor life? If I were driving that much and looking for something to take into the woods for hunting, I would want the smallest camper that would serve my needs. I would think that a 9.5 with a wet bath would be a good choice. It would have a table, some storage, a kitchen, holding tanks, heater, etc.
A smaller unit would be easier to carry, more fuel efficient, easier to park, and easier to handle in the woods.
Just my two cents worth.
My wife and I have the discussion often. For us, the primary complaints are the lack of space and the climb up into the bed. We are boaters, so a trailer isn't an option, but a small motor home is. With us, it comes down to the fact that we will likely always have a pickup, so why have another vehicle. We also like the ability to upgrade the camper or the truck independently.
We went in June with Holland America. we did an Inside Passage cruise that included Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan, and a glacier. We really enjoyed it. For shore excursions, we went whale watching in Juneau and salmon fishing in Sitka.
I find it very difficult, if not nearly impossible, to find any country music on the radio anymore. The "country music" that is being played needs a new genre name as far as I'm concerned because it just ain't country music. There truly has been an awful murder down on music row.i hear what you are saying. It seems like anything with a guitar is called country now when it is almost pop or rock. To me, the difference is that country songs usually tell a story about life, so even a repetitive pop tune by Taylor Swift will resonate with me.
Rhonda's post about her daughter Kaitlyn and the Rascall Flatts video got me thinking about country music. There's an old joke that says if you play a country song backwards, you get your wife back, your dog back, your job back, etc..
In Brad Paisley's, "This is country music", he sings about the fact that country music often covers topics one wouldn't normally sing about. Things like divorce, death, illness, alcoholism, and infidelity for example. I feel like country sings stories about people and their lives in simple terms and that's what I love about it.
I'm going to go play my guitar now.