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Coverting a file to MP3

Need help old geezer not computer smart. I have some audio books on Disc that I would like to covert to MP3 format and then load on a thumb drive. Is there any way to do this?
rbtglove 05/02/16 07:02am Technology Corner
RE: Oregon Holiday

Grew up in the Gorge and go back often. We use Ainsworth state park right near Troutdale and two great waterfalls, has full service and very nice and also Mamaloose Island State Park with a great view of the rive, near the Dalles much to see and do in the Gorge.
rbtglove 04/28/16 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Things to do in Cincinnati OH

If you do come to see the USAF Museum Dayton is only an hour drive from Cincy which is the most visited attraction in this area you need to also see Carillon Park which has great exhibits including a lot of the history on the Wright Brothers and a automaton show that is truly amazing. Kids love the show and the exhibits.
rbtglove 04/28/16 09:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Blackwell Island RV Coeur d Alene ID

Do not recommend the RV Park right downtown on the river (can't recall the name) we had a reservation there but once we saw it we would not stay and went to Blackwell which was more expensive but a much better place to stay.
rbtglove 04/22/16 02:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sat Radio

They do give a discount on a second Radio and if you pay a years sub they give a discount,still not cheap. If you have a portable sat radio and kit you can move it around into RV and outside. We have a dock with speakers we can use in our RV when we have power or you can us 12 volt with a small speaker.
rbtglove 04/12/16 02:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Black Hills, Mt Rushmore area attractions

Lived in Rapid City for 4 years and really always found things to see and do. Sadly we liked Deadwood before gambling but after going back several times since it really has become very touristy and lost a lot of its charm. We still like wall drug touristy but it still one of a kind place. Be aware can't take your dog into Mt Rushmore at all. Can into Crazy Horse but only to the open deck area in the visitor center. There are plenty of other things to see within the Park and within easy drives. Gets pretty crowded avoid the bike rally just a total parking lot.
rbtglove 04/01/16 09:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: National Park Service has it all wrong!!??

For what its worth - Most of us could probably afford to pay yearly but - Just a different take on this - us older RV folks spend a lot of money when we travel which helps our economy and we tend to use the park facilities when they at times other than the schools summer vacation. We like to do spring and fall camping when there are fewer people (and kids).
rbtglove 03/25/16 02:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I-75 closed in TN

If you are going north and only towing a boat you will have no problem using 25w, get off at the Lafollette exit 34 and go north on 25 to Jellico and pick up I 75. About 30 miles, we have done it dozens of times with TT or 21' boat. Some tight turns one railroad underpass that's tight and blind but if you are careful should not be a problem.
rbtglove 03/18/16 02:31pm Roads and Routes
RE: White Sands

We generally stay at the Air Base but we did stay at a decent state park not far from Alamogordo, don't remember the name. There is also a couple of places in Cloud Croft in the mountains.
rbtglove 03/18/16 02:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tell me about USAA insurance

USAA over 50 years - MHs, TT, home, cabin, cars/vintage cars umbrella policy. Both sons have had it for years - one son had house fire, we had storm damage, wife had couple accidents, one son had a car totaled every time we were satisfied with their responses. Never had them raise rates because we had a claim.
rbtglove 03/16/16 08:47am General RVing Issues
RE: I-75 closed in TN

We have taken our TT on that route many times to our cabin both ways. You can probably do it but there are quite a few tight turns, one blind tight railroad underpass and one long steep grade. Not very wide in many places. Its only about 20 miles but I would be very careful we have seen some big trucks on that route so it can be done I my opinion.
rbtglove 03/15/16 02:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Badlands/Mt Rushmore

Having lived in Rapid city for a few years can say there are so many other things to do and see in that area you might want to only use one day for the Badlands. There is a decent private campground in Wall which is within walking distance to the touristy stuff like Wall Drug and only a short drive to the Badlands.
rbtglove 02/28/16 08:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New Silverado 1500

I think your mileage will improve a little, seems to on the new vehicles I have had. I also think that it's very important to go easy on a new engine for the first 1000 miles or so. I think GM recommends 500 with no towing now but I always do a little more and I change the oil at 1000. This may be over kill but I was a career A/C maintainer and as an old guy have had a lot of new engines and never had to open one up. It's not as important as it used to be but if you are planning to keep the vehicle, a long time, especially one for towing it will pay off in the long run.
rbtglove 01/19/16 07:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Beer!

To get the best beer you have to go to a small Irish Pub and get a slow poured Guinness, but you have to remember to order the next one when they serve the first one or you will wait a long time between beers.
rbtglove 01/14/16 08:08am Around the Campfire
RE: Rushmore to West Yellowstone

Have done both routes several times with a MH and a TT when we lived in Rapid City and in my mind it's kind of a toss up. Not an easy way but if your rig is in good condition you should have a good scenic trip either way.
rbtglove 01/10/16 03:58pm Roads and Routes
RE: Crater Lake Orego

Collier Memorial State Park has some sights that would fit your needs but it's well over an hour to Crater Lake. Also good trout fishing.
rbtglove 01/07/16 02:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pacific NorthWest July/august

Both DW and I are from Portland area. I grew up in the Columbia river Gorge and we have lived near Dayton for 30 years. Have made the trip back many times. Coeur d'Alene is a nice stop. We have stayed at Blackwell Island a private campground close to town and very nice. The Oregon State Park campgrounds we like in the Gorge are Memaloose close to the Dalles and Ainsworth near Troutdale near Portland. Some great hiking in the Gorge, plenty of waterfalls. Hood river has a lot of wind surfers and it's less than an hour drive to Mt Hood. We like Fort Stevens State Park and it is close to the Lewis and Clark exhibits. Plenty of good State Parks on the coast but they are pretty full on week ends so need reservations. You won't have any problem finding things to do. mount St Hellens is interesting on the way to Seattle and so much more like the Rain Forest.
rbtglove 01/03/16 03:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking for parks and things to do in New Mexico in October

White Sands is a must see, nothing like it any place else (you could also jump the fence and look for the gold at Victoria peak but don't get caught). The space new museum in Alamogordo also worth seeing. There may still be a monthly tour to the Trinity site that is also a great experience.
rbtglove 12/25/15 09:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Gettysburg

We liked the KOA nice people, good setting.
rbtglove 12/15/15 02:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Moles in the lawn!

Moles mainly eat angle worms. And they don't even like there own kin, live in their burrows by themselves. If one dies another probably will move in. A good Cat works best but the mole pellets do work but as pointed out can be harmful to other animals. I have a fancy trap (expensive one) but have only ever had one spring the thing.
rbtglove 12/06/15 02:15pm Around the Campfire
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