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RE: Insomnia-cures?

"and the hubby snores like bear." He should discuss this with his doctor. Sleep apnea is characterized by loud snoring-it is a very dangerous condition. Now, recent research is linking it to Alzheimer's disease, as well as cardiac events.
Go Dogs 04/23/15 11:29am Around the Campfire
RE: 5th wheeling, any regrets????

Just economically speaking-Are you planning on selling your house and using the proceeds to buy an RV? If so, you will be selling an asset to buy a depreciating item. Not a good idea. You should also consider having a plan B. In case of illness, accident, or dislike for the lifestyle.
Go Dogs 04/22/15 07:12am Snowbirds
RE: Insomnia-cures?

Good Morning! I hope everyone slept well!
Go Dogs 04/22/15 06:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Insomnia-cures?

When I say 'healthy', I don't just mean physical. If you are doing things during the day that cause: Stress, anxiety, guilt, remorse, etc.-these things will invade your sleep. Go to bed with a clear conscience. Pay attention to your sleep environment. Make sure your room is properly darkened, sound levels are optimum, the room is dust/mold/allergen free. Make sure you have a comfortable mattress and linens. If you suspect you may have sleep apnea-discuss it with your doctor. If you know you function better as a morning/night/etc. person-and you choose to work a schedule that goes against what is best for your body-that's not healthy. If you have relied on drugs/alcohol to sleep in the past-expect to go thru withdrawal when you try to sleep naturally. And the other things mentioned in my previous post.
Go Dogs 04/21/15 09:37am Around the Campfire
RE: Insomnia-cures?

IMHO: Healthy people have healthy sleep-Unhealthy people have unhealthy sleep. IOW: Insomnia is a symptom of other problems. Go thru the list: Do you eat/drink right?, Do you drink enough water? Are you a healthy BMI?, Do you get proper exercise? Can you control your chronic illnesses, (Diabetes, hypertension, GERD, etc) with methods, other than complete reliance on prescriptions? Do you drink, smoke, drug? Your sleep habits will improve, as your overall health improves.
Go Dogs 04/21/15 06:50am Around the Campfire
RE: Turkeys back

I wouldn't put feed out for them, you'll just attract a lot of unwanted rodents, etc. We had domestic turkeys that roamed free with our chickens and geese. The Toms would get very aggressive. I saw a Tom face off with a whitetail deer under an apple tree. The deer just wanted some fallen apples, the Tom was fighting over territory-the Tom won. The same Tom would chase me when I went near the barn. The dogs would keep him off of me. The male turkeys have nasty sharp spurs, and powerful wings. You don't want to mess with a mean 25 pound bird! Lots of times, the Toms would be out in all kind of weather instead of going inside. We would lose a lot of young poults, because the hens would take them out into wet grass in chilly temps. The hens were great brood hens, though. They would sit on rocks-you could put any eggs under them and they would hatch them!
Go Dogs 04/19/15 06:07am Around the Campfire
RE: Which frying pan for on the BBQ?

The cast iron griddles can't be broken either as they are solid cast iron. Mojoe and cast iron both will break in sudden temp changes but they are unbreakable during normal usage. Cast iron griddles are better designed, cheaper than the Mojoe, easier to store for RVing and endure for multiple generations. The size, the expense, and the poor design of the Mojoe means it's not a good candidate for RVing which is this forum's focus. Since you're a new member, you may not be aware that the forum does NOT permit the promotions of a particular gadget or product. The website in your signature tells us you're here to sell us the Mojoe and that's not permitted in this forum either. Looks like another new member has learned that you don't cross certain old time 'know-it-alls' on this forum. The ONLY thing that can be endlessly promoted are DOG events.
Go Dogs 04/15/15 12:08pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Which frying pan for on the BBQ?

1/4" Steel Plate! I use the Mojoe Griddle Cam I like the idea! Made in USA-will last forever, does what it's advertised to do. The Camp Pendleton video really showcased the product.
Go Dogs 04/15/15 07:05am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: a few cartoons to brighten your spring day

Those made me chuckle!!!!
Go Dogs 04/15/15 06:53am RV Pet Stop
RE: does this happen to anyone else

If one person doesn't like long camping trips-take a walk in his/her shoes. If one person's vacation idea is driving, building a fire, drinking beer and fishing-and the other person has to worry about packing everything, arranging meds and doctor appts., cooking, shopping, cleaning and coming home to a 6 ft. lawn, piles of dirty laundry and a filthy motorhome-maybe things are a little off-balance.
Go Dogs 04/15/15 06:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trouble on the bridge

Yikes!!!
Go Dogs 04/15/15 06:08am Snowbirds
RE: Which frying pan for on the BBQ?

1/4" Steel Plate! I use the Mojoe Griddle Cam These look similar to the steel woks and cooktops that people have made from disc harrows.
Go Dogs 04/14/15 07:29pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Getting Divorced at 40 w/ 2 daughters aged 6 and 3

Wife still in house. On Friday went out with work friends and did not see kids at all (AM or PM) . Saturday, out at night 5pm to 12AM drinking. Sunday AM, out 7am to Noon at, ahem a gym. I also dropped $1100 on custody lawyer asking for primary custody. It is going to be a mess for sure. Same******going on for 3 years running. Sorry for your pain. Please check 'talk about marriage' website. They have a forum dealing with all aspects of divorce which may give you advice, and support.
Go Dogs 04/12/15 08:24pm Around the Campfire
RE: Best Homemade Coffee

I've always loved the red bag of 8 o'clock coffee. Grind it at home in my Vitamix or Cuisinart burr grinder. I like it best brewed on the stove top in an old SS coffee pot but the drip maker is great, too. I like to make it and keep it hot in a carafe.My DIL has a Keurig and buys the pods. Not cheap for that system. Whatever you do, make sure you have good water for best flavor.
Go Dogs 04/12/15 08:39am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Which frying pan for on the BBQ?

Love cast iron. I have a lot of it. A suggestion is to get a nice reversible grill/griddle pan. It was a life saver a few weeks back. I was invited to a cook out. My son was planning on using the gas grill and at the last minute, realized he was out of propane. We did the steaks on the cast iron grill plate in the kitchen-they turned out perfectly. They made pancakes on the griddle side, next morning. It cost me $14, and is long enough to fit over two burners. Don't know how it would work on an electric stovetop.
Go Dogs 04/12/15 07:37am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Something different - Little Guy T@G

Great review! I'm sure this will be a huge help to anyone considering one of these trailers!
Go Dogs 04/12/15 07:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Sourdough Bread --- Crohns Disease

I made a really nice loaf of Whole Grain, sourdough today. It took me about 3 days to fiddle with the starter, but I finally got it rolling. I used rye flour, and leftover yogurt whey to get it activated. Vital wheat gluten, barley syrup and about 3 different, whole grain flours in the dough. Boy, did it go ballistic! I had to do 3 rises, even with a night in the fridge. I baked it in a Boule shape, in a cast iron, covered vessel with parchment paper. Not a speck of commercial yeast. It will be the guest of honor at dinner tomorrow!
Go Dogs 04/11/15 07:00pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Getting Divorced at 40 w/ 2 daughters aged 6 and 3

Also under the heading of IMO. If you are a caring, loving parent-NO ONE can 'turn the kids against you'. One spouse and his/her family can trash talk you to he11 and back, but the kids will know the truth.
Go Dogs 04/11/15 07:02am Around the Campfire
RE: Getting Divorced at 40 w/ 2 daughters aged 6 and 3

And this has exactly what to do with camping? Hey, he's a fellow forum member and he's hurting. Nothing wrong with looking for support.
Go Dogs 04/11/15 06:21am Around the Campfire
RE: Getting Divorced at 40 w/ 2 daughters aged 6 and 3

IMHO, based on prior experience. Consult a divorce attorney. I would get rid of everything, EXCEPT the house and cheap transportation to get to work, and pick up the kids. You have a dog, and you're going to get visits with the kids. Rent will be as much as a mortgage payment. The kids are already going to be uprooted, so try and keep the house. That way, they will have a familiar place in their lives. Take care of yourself. Focus on your health, (physical and mental). It takes two to make a marriage and two to make a divorce. Re-examine what could make you a better person. I was just at my grandson's birthday party. Last year at his party-my son's in-laws were going thru a nasty split. This year-the man has got in shape, has a new girlfriend and is happy!, The woman is broke, and cheating on the guy that caused the break-up. Her kids don't speak to her much. Life is good and bad. Things can always be worse. It's up to you to make things better. Better days are ahead!
Go Dogs 04/11/15 06:18am Around the Campfire
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