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RE: snake skin

In Military parlance... SPECIAL ISSUE: CAT, ONE EACH, FULLY CLAWED, LIVE, HUNGRY. :W
buta4 07/01/15 06:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I give up, Bud wins

Bud will eat when he gets hungry. Bill X2 After a day or two and an empty stomach he'll start on the dry food alright. Just takes fortitude and patience on your part. Warning:: Do not look directly at his eyes during this time frame if you choose to do it this way. You'll be dead meat it you do and they darn well know it. ;) You're not "getting" it - Bud eats. The problem is that he eats so slowly, that the other dogs will eat what he leaves behind. Not all dogs wolf their food down all at once. Just a thought here. Perhaps he may have molar problems that make it uncomfortable to eat solids easily? Again just a thought.
buta4 06/27/15 09:25am RV Pet Stop
RE: I give up, Bud wins

Bud will eat when he gets hungry. Bill X2 After a day or two and an empty stomach he'll start on the dry food alright. Just takes fortitude and patience on your part. Warning:: Do not look directly at his eyes during this time frame if you choose to do it this way. You'll be dead meat it you do and they darn well know it. ;)
buta4 06/26/15 10:47am RV Pet Stop
RE: What is a Tinker?

And when a Tinker arrives in a new location ... I wonder how he announces his arrival?? :R (C'mon now, someone supply the answer) Tinker bell ? ;)
buta4 06/24/15 06:01am General RVing Issues
RE: What is a Tinker?

Why with a Tinker bell of course! Somebody had to say it. I don't tinker, I piddle with stuff. Keeps me out of trouble and saves a lot of money. At last! Thank you. Now I can sleep tonight.:)
buta4 06/23/15 07:41am General RVing Issues
RE: What is a Tinker?

And when a Tinker arrives in a new location ... I wonder how he announces his arrival?? :R (C'mon now, someone supply the answer)
buta4 06/22/15 03:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: DRV

We'll be draggin around our little 30' 2004 "Presidential" for another 11+ years thank you very much. You are bored with it and still plan to keep it another 11 years??? Why not look at other brands like Arctic Fox as they have a good reputation for quality, reasonalble cost, a strong frame and well insulated? Keystone Montana as another choice seems to have a strong owners group and following. Also look at Americana fivers if you like build quality and excellent insulation. Check out their winter warming tests.
buta4 06/20/15 10:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Oh Gee OUTBACK Is A Genius

Funny Mexican mushrooms?
buta4 06/12/15 06:31pm Tech Issues
RE: Oil Cloth

Try vermontcountrystore.com
buta4 06/05/15 11:47pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Continued dirty fuel problems.

Perhaps consider filter systems that the boating industry uses for their diesel engines. Besides the engine final filter they use one or to filters from 10 down to 2 microns, for example. If there's room in your engine compartment.
buta4 06/04/15 02:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: This is not really RV related but

You better hope it never needs new tires. Oh, I don't know. Looks pretty SHIEK to me. :R
buta4 06/04/15 01:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: This is not really RV related but

Double post brain cramp, sorry.
buta4 06/04/15 11:52am Tow Vehicles
RE: This is not really RV related but

This particular beast IS RV related, lol. Can't do clicky but please go to.. "MOTORWORLD MASSIVE DODGE POWERWAGON" You can skim forward to the 30 second mark to skip the leadin if you choose but it is informative. Enjoy!! :)
buta4 06/04/15 11:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: Where not to picnic GSMP

Never seen a live animal other than dog or cat, wouldn't know which end of a hoe is for the ground. I remember a neighborhood boy who, during a car ride, saw a cow in a field and exclaimed "Look at that big dog!" Shame.
buta4 06/03/15 01:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where not to picnic GSMP

I've made it a family practice to not loiter near any hole in the ground with a cover. Otherise one may experience an :E moment!
buta4 06/02/15 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: No fuel cap?

It's an industry thing, not Ram specific. The door has a seal that seals to the fill pipe. No need for anything else. Except in a case like this ... my wife's car has a gas cap, thank God! Some butcher of a gas station attendant rammed the nozzle so hard into the filler tube that he broke off the little metal spring-loaded door and it disappeared into the tank. Still can use the gas cap to prevent fumes from escaping the tank. What would one do if that happened with these newer vehicles?
buta4 06/01/15 04:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Campground in Cape Cod

Scusset Beach State Reservation. The campground is adjacent (walking distance) to the Atlantic Ocean beaches and the beginning of the Cape Cod Canal. The Canal has paved bike/walking paths wide enough for official cars to pass so you can bike-ride abreast in spots if you like, depending on pedestrian traffic. Stop for ice cream/drinks at the small store along the Canal banks or continue under the Bourne bridge into the Town of Bourne ahead. Observe the boats transiting the canal and the fishermen on the Canal banks. Sometimes you may see an ocean liner snake it's way along, quite a sight! Cross the Sagamore or Bourne bridges by bike and explore the paths on the other side of the Canal. The Canal is several miles long though so pace yourselves to your kids' abilities. Regards and Have Fun!
buta4 06/01/15 04:56am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: You know it's been too long since you went camping when...

There is some Burma shave signs down the road from me It's great to know that some classic Americana still exists. :)
buta4 06/01/15 04:31am RV Lifestyle
RE: You know it's been too long since you went camping when...

The last time you went camping there were Burma Shave signs on the roadside. There were dirt pullouts with unchained picnic tables. You gassed up at ESSO stations. You listened to Bill Haley and the Comets on the radio. :( Dang! I miss those years.
buta4 05/30/15 07:49pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Mr. Heater Buddy use question!

Those types of heaters are safe if adequate ventilation is provided. Two-level ventilation is important. An example is the ventilation used on Arctic Oven Tents. They have one opening to the outside on the lower level of the tent and another at a higher level at the other end. Good cross-ventilation provided by the difference in the levels. Each of the two openings are about 6" in diameter. And they suggest using a wood-burning stove. Other videos showed Big Buddy, etc heaters. Safe if VENTILATED properly and secure enough so they don't fall down and go BOOM.
buta4 05/29/15 06:45pm Tech Issues
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