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RE: Enormous Bugs and Where to Avoid Them

The sizes of Praying Mantis are well documented and the length varies worldwide from one geographical region to another. It is hardly a topic to argue about. Moving on.... :)
Moderator 06/26/16 12:22pm Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a word change a word

prime rib
Moderator 06/23/16 04:50pm Around the Campfire
RE: "Don't Scare The Tourists"

We are moving this hopefully 'tongue-in-cheek' post (last part of it) to the 'humor' section lest people become paranoid about visiting places. :) The first part of the post is a very sad situation indeed. :( And now we will add one: A large number of states/cities have sinkholes under their roads/streets which you never know will open up. :)
Moderator 06/17/16 07:12am Around the Campfire
RE: Semi and RV crashes in Oregon

Moved from ATC
Moderator 06/16/16 11:10am General RVing Issues
RE: dumb question about RV ovens

Moved from ATC
Moderator 06/15/16 06:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Prayers For Orlando

She was, unfortunately, on the national news several times. You must have missed it. We express our sympathy to the friends and relatives of all the victims in Orlando.
Moderator 06/13/16 05:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: singing at soccer games

Soccer vs. Football injuries in Youth; this may shed some light on the topic....
Moderator 06/13/16 02:38pm Around the Campfire
RE: singing at soccer games

FYI, the above post lists the number of fans worldwide. :)
Moderator 06/11/16 03:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: singing at soccer games

Not really, regarding football: An average professional football game lasts 3 hours and 12 minutes, but if you tally up the time when the ball is actually in play, the action amounts to a mere 11 minutes.Nov 24, 2013
Moderator 06/11/16 10:43am Around the Campfire
RE: singing at soccer games

Some may find soccer boring, some find baseball boring, some find golf boring, etc. etc. It's simply what each individual enjoys. :)
Moderator 06/11/16 09:10am Around the Campfire
RE: RV Park Reviews Forum

Moved from ATC
Moderator 06/07/16 11:44am General RVing Issues
RE: June 6th, 1944...

Please use this thread as a 'rememberance thread' and NOT a place for rants pro/con war and military. Thank you.
Moderator 06/06/16 04:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: June 6th, 1944...

Switch channels, it's been on here. :) And yes we do need to remember!
Moderator 06/06/16 11:18am Around the Campfire
RE: Why buy built in America?

Ok folks, when a thread reverts to flaming other members, going political, and veering completely off topic; which this one has quickly done (requiring several deletes) it is time to shut it down. And, that is what always happens to this topic; unfortunately. :(
Moderator 06/01/16 09:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a word change a word

action driven
Moderator 05/28/16 07:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Memorial Day

Memorial Day We can use this thread to honor those whom have served and are serving our country. We will NOT allow it to become a political venue; that would be dishonoring their service!!
Moderator 05/27/16 11:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Need recommendations please

Moved from ATC
Moderator 05/27/16 06:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Potable Water Etiquette

water thief
Moderator 05/25/16 04:52pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Staining cedar.

Vertical or horizontal makes no difference in the wood needing to be dry before applying a stain. Being a deck does make a difference in terms of potential moisture standing on the wood and obviously the foot traffic. But for proper application the wood needs to be dry. Rushing and not allowing for dryness is one of the most common mistakes made when staining; or painting for that matter.
Moderator 05/25/16 04:50pm Around the Campfire
RE: Staining cedar.

Working with Pressure Treated Lumber •Allow treated wood to dry thoroughly before staining or painting. Test dryness by sprinkling the wood's surface with water. If the water beads up, the wood is too wet and you must wait before applying a finish. If the water soaks into the wood, then it's dry and ready for stain or paint. Different chemicals are being used on PT wood now so rules change. Also, it depends on the kind of wood, how dry it is, and a host of other variables. Most failures, meaning not lasting several years, is due to an error somewhere in the application process. We live in a log home and the first stain I applied lasted 18 years, the last time I stained it it has lasted 13 years. This year I am having it stained (don't like climbing ladders anymore) so we will see how long this one lasts. :)
Moderator 05/25/16 11:20am Around the Campfire
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