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RE: Torn Rotater Cuff Surgery anyone had it done?

A friend just had his done and the Dr. told him lots of PT and about 6 + months o healing... Good luck with the injury, hope the pain goes away and the healing takes less time..
nineoaks2004 05/01/16 08:25pm Around the Campfire
RE: Teething or biting kitten

We have one that I found in a ditch, eyes were not open yet, she can be a little she devil, (I call her meaness) but after growing awhile we let her out with the yard cats and they have calmed her down a lot. She is much better since she has gotten older. Part of the problem is the mother cat usually teaches them manners and without that they must learn on their own by correction, just like a kid does.
nineoaks2004 04/29/16 05:21pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Minor Annoyance Solved--Propane Tanks

Good idea, I will file in for a future mod. Thanks for sharing
nineoaks2004 04/28/16 08:28pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 10' rv power cord

I made my own, the ends are available as it the cable by the foot. I got mine at Lowes
nineoaks2004 04/28/16 08:26pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Question for Veterans

The Boonie is the best hat to wear, it covers the ears, I too have to visit the Dermatologist, on a regular basis to get, mostly pre- cancer spots removed. I wear mine everywhere and if someone does not like it then to bad..I did serve for 22 1/2 years, but a hat is just a hat so wear it if you want to.
nineoaks2004 04/26/16 09:31pm Around the Campfire
RE: Camping World "Something big is coming soon"

I have been a member and used CW for a long time, I have had no problems that could not be quickly fixed and am happy with CW. I also have no problem if Marcus makes money that is what a person is in business to do.
nineoaks2004 04/25/16 08:30pm Good Sam Club
RE: How to connect this wiring?

I use solder less crimp (butt) connectors, (usually blue) auto parts stores, wally world etc. sells them plus I use shrink tubing over the splice and it stays sealed from water etc.
nineoaks2004 04/25/16 08:25pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Bearing packing drama

maybe this video will help you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpM-iit5n-k
nineoaks2004 04/24/16 10:09pm Travel Trailers
RE: Mulling over full-time RVing, with 2 cats

We take our three Chihuahuas camping with us and they love it as much as we do. We even took a bottle baby goat on a couple of trips. Cats probably love camping too, and the will us a litter box, so less poop walks and pick up. Take them along and enjoy them, lots of people do so.
nineoaks2004 04/24/16 10:02pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Traveling with a de-barked dog

To be honest this is the first time I have ever heard of de-barking a dog. Most of our dogs are hunting dogs and farm dogs so barking is a big part of their life (and ours too). I do think it should be criminal to do that. If the barking disturbs someone than get a cat.
nineoaks2004 04/24/16 09:58pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Air conditioning for off grid camping

I would never consider not having my AC in the deep south in summer, (mainly Fla.) A swamp cooler increases moisture in a dry / arid area where as an AC removes moisture and we have plenty of moisture here in the south. I would go with the generator to run the A/C
nineoaks2004 04/24/16 09:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ice Maker

I bought one and then gave it away. It was very slow. It does not keep the ice, I have a cooler that I dump it in which is no problem. I have been making it and placing in bags for the deep freezers. As stated it saves me $ 2.00 a bag for ice. But it will make my beverages feel a lot better in the hot Fl. temps..
nineoaks2004 04/24/16 09:47pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Awning Rattle

Very carefully, the springs are under tension and have been known to break wrists and arms..
nineoaks2004 04/23/16 09:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fencing

We use 2 portable pet fences,they work just fine plus they unfold and hook together when folded they take up very little room sits. When unfolded they sit on top of the ground, We haven't tried it with kids but the three Chihuahuas sure love it, plus any poop is easy to pick up. We bought one at a yard sale and the other at CW. Most parks we have been to are happy to accept the dogs and dogs are welcome in Fla.State parks..
nineoaks2004 04/23/16 09:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Romantic text

Good one :D
nineoaks2004 04/23/16 04:03pm Around the Campfire
Ice Maker

We got our new portable ice maker yesterday, no more cool tea and beverages. That thing spits out the ice cubes at a good rate and only needs 115V and water. I know we will enjoy it during the summer months.
nineoaks2004 04/22/16 09:32pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Removing Motor Oil from driveway pavers

If it has already soaked in, you can use mauritic acid and water. If it has not soaked in kitty litter will soak it up. You might want to check with Home Depot or Lowes for their opinion.
nineoaks2004 04/21/16 08:02am Around the Campfire
RE: Snacks / light meal ideas

Nabisco cheese crackers (NABS) Viennies, Potted meat on crackers, sandwiches, fruit etc.
nineoaks2004 04/20/16 08:08pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Pill Bottles

I use them in my shop to put small items in, the tops are secured to the bottom of a shelf and screwed to the wood. I also use them for different spices in the TT. They do accumulate and no one wants them, do discard them occasionally too.
nineoaks2004 04/19/16 08:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Storage compartment latch/locks

My Coleman has lock latches on one side of the door and non-lock twist keepers on the other side
nineoaks2004 04/17/16 09:11pm Travel Trailers
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