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RE: Anyone flying the flag this Memorial day?

FYI. On Memorial day, the flag should be flown at half staff from sunrise until noon. After noon, it should be raised to full staff. I just read that on another forum, and I learned something. Just passing it along!
Go Dogs 05/23/15 08:48am Around the Campfire
RE: Moving

This is off the topic, and may not apply to the OP's circumstances. I know from experience-it doesn't pay sometimes in the long run to go through the trouble and expense to pack up and move. Long distance moves are very expensive. IOW: It might be easier/cheaper in the long run to have a house sale, give stuff away, etc. and start anew. Depending on what you have: it might be a wiser decision to get rid of the old stuff and buy new-rather than go thru the expense and trouble to move. I should have spent the moving fees on new belongings, than move a houseful of my old stuff. Just my 2 cents. I still have unpacked boxes from my last move 8 years ago.
Go Dogs 05/23/15 07:44am Around the Campfire
RE: Anyone flying the flag this Memorial day?

Go Dogs 05/22/15 02:50pm Around the Campfire
RE: My Lodge cast iron pan is a DISASTER. Help....

You know you can buy a new one for $20-29. Just saying if you do not want to all all the trouble of referbrishing a 20 year old pan. You could take that same money and buy some nice groceries to cook in that refurbished pan, or buy some gas, or lots of other stuff! Waste not-want not!
Go Dogs 05/17/15 08:33am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Purina v Blue Buffalo update

Good for Purina. I hope Blue Buffalo gets hit by the media.
Go Dogs 05/13/15 07:35am RV Pet Stop
RE: Rv'ing with large dog. Leave alone in RV?

AC on, radio/TV on, blinds down,(minimizes outside noise=barking), very well exercised, toileted, tired dog. Dog in the crate if needed. No longer than 3-4 hours. I always try to get a spot away from foot traffic, bathroom, playground, etc.
Go Dogs 05/12/15 08:40am RV Pet Stop
RE: Golden Retriever

I have personally known a few dog breeders that WERE involved in showing, and their local breed chapters. They were not all that ethical. They were breeding for color, size, confirmation, IOW-they wanted to win shows and promote their kennels. The welfare of the dog was not their priority. Many inferior puppies were culled or sold cheap. On the other side of the coin, I have known people that had a good dog, their neighbor had a good dog-and they let them have a litter of puppies. This is very common in rural communities. The emphasis was to get a quality dog that people wanted. No one cared if he had one blue eye and one brown, if one ear drooped, etc. They weren't in it for the money. This is just what I've seen. I don't agree with anyone breeding anything irresponsibly, but it's never fair to generalize.
Go Dogs 05/10/15 02:30pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Someone has a birthday !

:B Too cute!!! And get a load of the view over the balcony. No more snow for the Wees!!
Go Dogs 05/08/15 12:52pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Traveling in a Class A with 5 Cats and a Dog :)

I would have the cats secured in some type of carrier. In addition to being a distraction while driving, unsecured pets could escape in the even of an accident. It would also be a feat for you get in/out of the RV, if the cats wanted out.
Go Dogs 05/08/15 07:54am RV Pet Stop
RE: Anxitity with new dog

I would not have a pit-bull or mix in any family environment. They are a breed that cannot be trusted. Ken Someone like yourself has no business owning dogs, that they lack proper knowledge of.
Go Dogs 05/05/15 06:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Bird in the pin box

Rubber lifelike snake.
Go Dogs 05/03/15 03:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Poor Puppy - Travel Plans Put on Hold

The next scariest thing to me would be, "Are there more where that rabid bat came from?" There's probably hardly a dog or pup alive that wouldn't run up to check on something flopping on the ground. Crossing fingers that your little girl will be fine. If there are rabid bats-you also have to worry about other animals. When we lived on the farm, a neighbor had a horse get rabid. Feral cats, raccoons, foxes, etc. are all suspect.
Go Dogs 05/01/15 10:59am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cookware

12" Lodge cast iron camping dutch oven for outdoor cooking. #8 Wagner cast iron skillet for general frying #4 Wagner cast iron skillet for sausage #8 or #10 Wagner cast aluminum dutch oven for things like chili or soup #8/9 Griswold (from the 1890s) stove-top waffle iron (use it on the stove, or over coals) https://scontent-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc1/v/t1.0-9/10441522_10152614943737134_7435718158088957585_n.jpg?oh=6853526a2d1f8fc1a1cf265009519ae0&oe=55E3DECC width=800 Absolutely love that waffle iron!!! :B
Go Dogs 04/29/15 02:50pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: A sad day

I'm sorry you had to witness such a loss. However, I've seen blue jays, grackles, and crows drowning baby birds in puddles. They must have pulled them from unprotected nests. Young bird parents have to learn,(the hard way) safe places to raise their clutches.
Go Dogs 04/27/15 03:28pm RV Pet Stop
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
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