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RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Night Owl
Crowe 02/23/21 02:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

Roll On - Alabama
Crowe 02/23/21 02:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: Got our first dose of Moderna vaccine just now....

Side effects , we got our second Moderna , when we got home we had a flat on our trailer and dogs had dug up some of my wives plants . Other than that all is well for nine days . LOL! Life just goes on, doesn't it?
Crowe 02/23/21 02:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: Got our first dose of Moderna vaccine just now....

I'd like to tie in a question to this thread if you'd be so kind. I have a retired friend who is 65 and has had both shots " everything went well " and my wife's retired parents ages 75/78 have yet to be even scheduled for 1st shot. How has my perfectly healthy friend received both shots before more elderly folks. That's the same question wife's parents asked me today after they've filled out all necessary paperwork and after several phone calls for scheduling. Basically what BCSnob stated. I'm only 60 and got my first shot an hour ago (Moderna). I am a diabetic and have a couple of other issues that factor in. It's possible the friend has issues you are unaware of or some other circumstance that gives him priority. When your in-laws get scheduled should be dependent on what group they fall under.
Crowe 02/23/21 08:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Symbiotic Relationships for Mutual Survival

Is it an assumption that he will have to move or has anyone talked to the brother yet? It's possible some sort of agreement may be worked out. I would also suggest he look into assistance for people like him. Most states have programs that can try to help him. He may have some sort of undiagnosed condition, mental or physical, that's the root cause of his issues that if treated can lead him to a more "normal" lifestyle.
Crowe 02/22/21 07:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Need a new vacuum cleaner

Thanks! This gives me a baseline to work from.
Crowe 02/21/21 07:00am Around the Campfire
RE: Your worst nightmare

Bear doesn't stand a chance. It'd break all four legs chasing me. First rule of thumb - DON'T RUN! How ya gonna beat a bear with your pants down LOL???
Crowe 02/20/21 05:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Cop Out
Crowe 02/19/21 04:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

Your Song-Elton John
Crowe 02/19/21 04:28pm Around the Campfire
Need a new vacuum cleaner

Looking for a new vacuum cleaner-upright, bagless, HEPA filtered. Must be able to pick up pet hair, would like accessories to do stairs and must be able to lift beater bars so as not to damage braided rugs. Have sort of narrowed it down to Shark and Bissell but I've read some of the Sharks are great on floors but not on rugs and can't stop the beater bars. I'm so confused LOL! Suggestions?
Crowe 02/19/21 02:27pm Around the Campfire
RE: Is Martha’s vineyard worth the cost & effort? Nantucket?

Define "worth it". What's worth it to you might not be the same as to someone else. Went to Martha's Vineyard many moons ago and it was beautiful. Have not been to Nantucket.
Crowe 02/19/21 01:50pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Got our first dose of Moderna vaccine just now....

My 65 yr old BIL had his 2nd vaccination and went to bed feeling ill....woke up next morning feeling like a child. I'm 60 and retired so guess I'll have to be patient. Awesome! I'm 60 but diabetic so I'm getting my shot next week. Hope I wake up feeling like a child again LOL!
Crowe 02/19/21 06:55am Around the Campfire
RE: Mad Dash for Drinking Water

Trivia: "One gallon (US measure) of water weighs approximately 8.3 pounds. If the snow in your one gallon container weighs four pounds then the water content of the snow is almost 50 percent which means it will take two gallons of snow to make one gallon of water." 50% would be a very wet snow. Interesting!
Crowe 02/19/21 06:53am Around the Campfire
RE: Mad Dash for Drinking Water

When we were kids growing up in Bean town the word was "don't eat yellow snow" It's STILL the word LOL! Just scoop up the snow and melt it (assuming you can). Boil it for a few minutes to kill anything that might be in it and you'll have water. Comes in handy for drinking, cooking and flushing toilets. Takes a lot of snow, and a lot of heat Yes, it does (have done it more than once) but even to get a gallon or two of water is helpful. Have done it on a camp stove and on a regular gas stove.
Crowe 02/18/21 03:21pm Around the Campfire
RE: Mad Dash for Drinking Water

Just scoop up the snow and melt it (assuming you can). Boil it for a few minutes to kill anything that might be in it and you'll have water. Comes in handy for drinking, cooking and flushing toilets.
Crowe 02/18/21 12:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: Pfizer protection against SA variant reduced by two-thirds

Well bright sport I copied and pasted the entire article as I saw it on the news bud so save your detractive words for the circular file. Cheers. If you cut and pasted the whole thing it appears some was missing. Per the Mods requests just trying to show the complete story. Your inference was the vaccines will not protect against the variants whereas the data shows that it should. Don't know why you got so offended.
Crowe 02/18/21 08:23am Around the Campfire
RE: Pfizer protection against SA variant reduced by two-thirds

More info: https://www.foxnews.com/health/pfizer-moderna-covid-19-vaccines-antibodies-variant-protection-unclear The last sentence: "Despite this reduction, neutralizing titer levels with B.1.351 remain above levels that are expected to be protective." While NamMedevac 70's statement may be true, it's also incomplete.
Crowe 02/18/21 07:11am Around the Campfire
RE: Not Crazy About Snow and Cold

Snow and cold does not bother me in the least. Much better than 87° and 95% humidity. Well you get steam cleaned, just drink lots of water. Remember when we didn't have ac? We had 440ac in cars though, Four windows down at 40 mph Can't stand the heat at all. My problem with the cold is I no longer have the cold tolerance I did when I was younger. I don't spend near enough time outside. We had what we called "2-35" AC up here-two windows rolled down at 35 mph. I am so spoiled now-can't imagine a car without a/c, heated seats and a heated steering wheel!
Crowe 02/17/21 05:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

match book
Crowe 02/17/21 05:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

DOWN Home - Alabama
Crowe 02/17/21 05:15pm Around the Campfire
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