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RE: Spring is finally coming!! Yahoo!

From BobsYourUncle Not to steal your Mothers thunder Bob: Like my mom used to say - "Spring has sprung, the grass has riz, I wonder where the flowers is" " Here I are, pick I up, for I are a Buttercup.
weasel4 04/06/14 05:28am General RVing Issues
RE: The good old radiator

What do the plugs look like after a bout of skipping and back firing? There's a possibility you may have an internal crack opening up allowing liquid into the combustion chamber. Do any of the plugs look like the have been steam cleaned? BTC
weasel4 02/25/14 12:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The good old radiator

does it boil over when the gauge shows in the red? have you checked the temp with an independant gauge? BTC
weasel4 02/24/14 11:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Home Wireless

Try reinstalling the drivers for the NIC, they may have gotten glitched somehow. BTC
weasel4 02/14/14 12:59am Technology Corner
RE: Medical Care in Canada

Canada will never turn some one away that needs immediate medical attention. You'll get fixed up and then we worry about collecting. Having said that, carry some form of supplemental medical care to cover you in Canada, for the time you will be here. BTC
weasel4 01/28/14 01:27am RV Lifestyle
Yukon Campground

For information purposes. BTC The Yukon Government has given final approval for a new campground on Atlin Lake. The Taku River Tlingit First Nation in Atlin tried to convince the government to drop the plan, saying the site could be part of an eventual land claim by the First Nation. But environment minister Currie Dixon says that's not enough to halt all development along the Atlin Road. “Their position that absolutely no development can occur in that area until they have a land claim is a bit untenable,” Dixon says. “We've indicated to them we're more than willing to come to the table when negotiations begin on their land claim.” The Carcross Tagish First Nation is supporting the new campground. Atlin lake map This map shows the location of the future campground. (CBC) Dixon says some of its suggestions have been worked into the construction plans. He says the government has also promised the First Nation it will build another campground at Conrad, on Windy Arm near the Yukon-BC border. Campsite will have 55 spots The new Atlin Lake campground will include about 55 camping sites, with construction beginning this summer. Dixon says construction plans for the campground were tweaked to minimize the impact on wildlife. He says it will meet strong demand for campsites along the Atlin Road. “Our campgrounds in that area tend to be very well used and this particular site is absolutely gorgeous and it will make an absolutely wonderful campground,” Dixon says. Eric Schroff, the director of Yukon Parks, says this will be the first new campground since one was built outside Faro almost 30 years ago. “All of the facilities, the picnic tables, the cooking shelters, those sorts of things will all be brand new, but it will follow the same basic design, with sites available for RVs, for people with tents, and it will be very family oriented as well.” Schroff says they're aiming for the May long weekend 2015 for the grand opening. Atlin Lake is the largest natural lake in British Columbia with a small portion of the north end stretching into the Yukon.
weasel4 01/23/14 01:03pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: SHAW SAT. in florida

Shaw HD is not available in the US, other than just south of the 49 parallel. Shaw has limited the HD foot print with the HD satellites. Regular Shaw can be obtained well into the US still. BTC
weasel4 12/08/13 02:36pm Technology Corner
RE: What's the weather where you are today? Thanksgiving week

Here in northern Alberta, -7C going down to -13C tonight with snow called for overnight. BTC
weasel4 11/27/13 12:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: No tool bar w/Firefox

Right click on the top bar and select menu bar BTC
weasel4 11/14/13 09:27am Technology Corner
RE: Google Anomoly

Update on my query After many hours on the net searching and numerous reboots to the router, contact with the ISP, I did a new install, same problem. I found that when I ran Google through another search engine that the address was shown as "encrypted.google.com. so I used that as my homepage, on both Firefox and Internet explorer and it now loads perfectly on both browsers. An interim fix, but I'm still looking. Thanks for all the suggestions that were posted. BTC
weasel4 11/14/13 09:13am Technology Corner
RE: Google Anomoly

Sorry..... Forgot to mention, I have searched for hours, and tried every solution I could find, without any success. BTC
weasel4 11/07/13 10:45am Technology Corner
Google Anomoly

I just purchased myself an new quad core 8 gig desktop computer, running Win 7 Home Premium, running off a wireless access point to the internet. After a clean install of windows, I installed Firefox 25. I made Google.com my homepage. IE runs normally using the MSN Homepage. When I open Firefox it hangs and gives me a time out message. I tried to access Google through Internet Explorer and I get the same response. I've rebooted the Router to factory several times, tried running without a firewall, still no luck. I have removed cookies and history files. I have contacted the ISP and they don't have any filters running that would cause this problem. I'm really stumped on this one. Anyone have any ideas? BTC
weasel4 11/07/13 10:18am Technology Corner
RE: Bearing Temps

Do you have 4 wheel brakes on the trailer? BTC
weasel4 09/27/13 09:49pm Tech Issues
RE: Paying duty when re-entering Canada

If it was manufactured in the USA, doesn't NAFTA cover it? BTC
weasel4 07/30/13 05:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is Shaw Direct Satellite TV Going the Way of Bell?

From what I was able to gather, several months ago when I researched this very question. Shaw is setting up some HD satellite feeds that will only cover the lower parts of Canada a short distance into the US. The feeds that Shaw are sending now, will continue to reach farther south into the southern US and into Mexico. Just relaying the info I got from Shaw. BTC
weasel4 07/27/13 11:26pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Sydney Australia exploration ideas-- no RV

A foot tour of The Rocks, along Sydney Harbour, is an educational tour of buildings first built in Australia. Real Australians say that Fosters Beer is for export only, the real beer of Australia is Victoria Bitters, or "VB" as the locals call it, when ordering. :B BTC
weasel4 06/29/13 10:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best Diesel Prices in US before entering Canada

Don't forget the Imperial Gallon has more volume than the US Gallon. BTC
weasel4 06/21/13 01:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan generator issue

Could be the timing is retarded. BTC
weasel4 06/21/13 01:08pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: stupid breakaway cable wiring...

woodtrucker Make sure the battery on the towed vehicle is up to snuff, for a charge. BTC
weasel4 06/18/13 01:10pm Travel Trailers
Sad News

RV Rollover Sad story coming in from my neck of the woods. Condolences to the family. BTC
weasel4 06/08/13 12:13am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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