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RE: mastoid bone hearing aid equalizer ????

I have moderate hearing loss and I know that many people don't want to wear hearing aids, but I bought ones that are worn completely in the canal (I was suggested by an audiologist). I should say, it is easy to find and choose hearing aid supplies online if you consulted with an ear doctor beforehand. Yes, I had to get used to my new hearing aids, but I feel confident, and in most cases, people don't even notice them.
Cristian123 09/26/21 08:53am Tech Issues
RE: Your opinion on a tax return question...

Really interesting results. I also didn't know such things can be done without a signature. To be honest, I feel very confused when it comes to taxes. By the way, I found the H&R Block's website that I use tax preparation. It offers free step-by-step guidance (there is also a wide range of tax preparation services, some of them are paid). Also, it is possible to address them via hr block phone number. Maybe I'm the only one who faces issues and feels clueless about taxes, but I'm glad that such services exist :)
Cristian123 09/16/21 12:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Just got back from Hawaii

Good for you! I'm glad to know you enjoyed your trip. And thanks for the feedback. I'm thinking about taking my wife to Hawaii on our 7th anniversary next year. This year we celebrated the beginning of our relationship (we found each other via houston personals) on Lake Tahoe. Beautiful place, we'll definitely return there.
Cristian123 09/09/21 06:57am Around the Campfire
RE: AT&T no more Wireless Home Phone

We also completely switched to mobile phones, though my wife's parents still have a home phone, and as far as I know, they use Cricket Wireless. AT&T has faster data speeds, more plan options, and better perks, whereas Cricket has more affordable pricing. Maybe it is still possible to switch. Here is a cricket wireless phone number if you are interested and want to find out the details.
Cristian123 09/08/21 11:30am Technology Corner
RE: Great Movie

Thanks for the recommendations, guys. Usually, I watch movies and tv shows via streaming services, but I always DOWNLOAD TV SHOW and several films, just in case I don't have Internet access. As for my favorite movies, here is y list: 1) Intouchables 2) The Nice Guys 3) Bridge of Spies 4) Sully 5) Forrest Gump 6) Interstellar 7) The Hobbit trilogy 8) The Lord of the Rings trilogy 9) Harry Potter (all parts) 10) The Blind Side
Cristian123 09/04/21 11:10am Around the Campfire
RE: Repo a Truck Camper???

I feel you. I had issues with my old truck and repaid it every year before traveling. It was a real pain for me. Also, there was a case when I needed to repair it fast and didn't have money for that, so I got an auto repair loan. Fortunately, I sold it and bought another truck in better condition.
Cristian123 07/30/21 06:23am Truck Campers
RE: How old is too old?

76 here. Don't mind towing, love to travel. Bending to hook-up and unhook is getting tough and the rough ride ride on some roads is pretty tiring. Have to farm out most of the maintenance now. Don't know how much longer I will go. My body will tell me. It's been fun. B.O. You remind me of my uncle. He is 70 and he is very active (sometimes I think he is more active than many young men :) ). He likes traveling and camping. Though my uncle has never been married, he is never alone. He finds partners on the ourtime dating site for seniors (you can check the ourtime dating reviews if interested). And he also always says that his body will tell him when it is time to stop.
Cristian123 07/07/21 05:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Satalite tv

We use Firestick both at home and in the RV. It is convenient. And there is a wide choice of Kodi addons, so it is easy to find those to watch your favorite content. When on the road, we usually use Pluto TV (it gives free access to a wide range of TV channels from the USA and other countries), NewsOn (to watch local news), SportsDevil (to watch sports and live TV), and Shadow https://www.firesticktricks.com/shadow-kodi-addon.html (to watch on-demand movies and Tv shows). Though this is only our choice, there are many other options available, both paid and free.
Cristian123 07/06/21 12:19pm Technology Corner
RE: Need Advice on Best Brand for Front Living w/ Loft

I'm in a similar situation. We have two children and currently are waiting for the twins. I agree that Montana is one of the most popular brands, but having surfed the Internet, I started thinking about buying the 2018 Keystone Cougar 367FLS. I have already taken the additional projects at work to earn extra money (fortunately, the guys from https://isaccurate.com/korean-translation-services agreed to help me). Its price is about $50k that is reasonable for a fifth-wheel RV with a front living room. I should say, it is supposed to have enough space for a big family. Maybe this info will be useful for you, if you haven't made the purchase, of course.
Cristian123 06/13/21 11:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: loss of spouse

It's always sad to read such stories. I'm sorry for your loss. I can't even imagine how hard it is. When my father died, my mom was upset and depressed all the time. I thought she would never feel better. But time passed and after several years she finally was ready for new relationships. So, she is a user of the seniorstodate sites. And I'm glad she realized that life goes on.
Cristian123 05/30/21 04:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: Real life Hybrid towing experiences

Toyota RAV4. It can haul 1,650kg in all-wheel-drive hybrid form. My brother bought it as an off-lease car at DM Auto Leasing (you can find out more here https://www.dm-auto-leasing.reviews/review.html if interested). The condition was great and the price was reasonable. I don't see any reason why hybrid could be a problem. Such cars are economic and are currently the best choice for those looking for an alternative-fuel vehicle for towing.
Cristian123 05/22/21 01:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Kiefer Horse Trailer - Awning issue

Have you solved the problem? I also faced it and didn't find the solution. Finally, I bought a new awning. I should say, a review on https://indoor2outdoor.com/best-retractable-awnings/ helped me to make the right choice. It includes the pros and cons of the most popular brands and models. Maybe this source will be useful for someone else.
Cristian123 05/22/21 12:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: Ford as a tow vehicle

Have you looked into mods? There might be some info about it in the manual. In case you don't have it (I personally faced this issue), I can recommend checking https://manuals.co/workshop/chevrolet/silverado. It is possible to read the manuals right on the site and download them as PDF files. Hope it helps!
Cristian123 05/10/21 03:57am Tow Vehicles
RE: First Time RV Buyer

We bought our 2011 Forest River Sierra 340RL Fifth Wheel RV Camper last year. It was 9 years old but the condition was great. Also, I checked the info about it online using the VIN number on https://www.quickrevs.com.au/free-revs-check. I should say, it was very convenient as I could check the history, damages, finance owing, written off records, stolen vehicle check, and rego information.
Cristian123 04/28/21 01:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Streaming Amazon videos?

You do not have to use Alexa. Also, you don't have to buy anything else with Alexa to use the Alexa on the Firestick. They both work just fine with the remote to navigate to what you want to watch. I personally find the official firestick remote app to be helpful (you can check https://www.firesticktricks.com/remote-apps.html to see the full list). It lets me use my mobile as a remote controller if my physical remote is not working for any reason or in case I have lost my remote and can’t find it anywhere.
Cristian123 04/19/21 09:26am Technology Corner
RE: Docking station with USB C

I faced the same issue when I bought a new laptop and needed to transfer some programs and data from my old desktop. I was working on one urgent project with the guys from https://www.topwritersreview.com/reviews/assignmentexpert/, so I surfed the Internet and found out that the new dock would not damage my old USB A port, and the only way out was to use the adaptor. Fortunately, my friend had it and I could finish my work in time.
Cristian123 04/17/21 06:09pm Technology Corner
RE: CBD oil

I know that CBD products can be very beneficial for your furry friends. We give a GoldBee CBD oil to our dog to calm her when we are going somewhere (she doesn't like traveling much and often feels sick). Also, it worked great to relieve pain and increase her appetite after the surgery.
Cristian123 04/02/21 12:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: CPAP and CBD oil

Honestly speaking, I was suspicious about CBD at first. But later I changed my opinion. My wife started suffering from insomnia. She was prescribed pills but having checked the info about them on the Canadian pharmacy site, we found out that this medication has many side effects. That's why my wife decided to try CBD products. I should say, they work for her. I even tried CBD gummies for pain relief and was surprised by the effect.
Cristian123 03/25/21 12:42pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Need a new vacuum cleaner

We bought a Kalorik water filtration canister vacuum cleaner as a cheaper option of the rainbow vacuum cleaner. We are very pleased with the performance. It has a lot of suction power and the water filter picks up a lot of dust, hair, and other particles that might be in the carpet/floor. Also, it has to be noted, if you own a dog, this is the vacuum cleaner you wanna buy. By the way, I addressed the kalorik customer service. It turned out to work great, the representatives were professional and polite (in my opinion, it is important).
Cristian123 03/16/21 04:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: Propane Delivery to RV

I'm not located in your region, but contacting the local office of Amerigas or Ferrellgas might be useful. These organizations all do propane delivery to home and business permanent tanks. I can't see much difference between them filling a tank at somebody's home and filling a tank on an RV or a larger tank at an RV site. I could be wrong, but just a thought. Sorry for bumping the thread, but I want to say that I had a great experience with Amerigas. The situation wasn't similar to one the OP's friends were, but when I needed propane for my RV, I addressed the AmericanGas customer service. They provided excellent service and delivered the propane fast.
Cristian123 03/10/21 12:10pm Class A Motorhomes
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