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RE: Looking for SUV recommendation

If you are looking at used vehicles, think about the ecodiesel Grand Cherokee. Our mileage did drop a little bit after all of the emission fixes, but it’s still better than a V-8.
Hammerhead 04/02/21 10:59pm Tow Vehicles
RE: wind power

Even without the challenges with the winter weather, I’ve wondered how much capacity our electrical grid has to support more electric vehicles.
Hammerhead 02/16/21 09:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Not Crazy About Snow and Cold

Snow is fun unless your stuck at work because your car can’t get out of the parking lot or have a job like some nurses and doctors when you can’t leave if your replacement can’t make it in.
Hammerhead 02/14/21 05:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: It might begin very soon

Trains always have the right of way and don’t have to do things like changing lanes. How many trains are running around seattle on remote control, no drivers. Granted usually going less than 25mph......but heavier, creating more potential damage...... Probably not a big deal, then again........ marty
Hammerhead 02/13/21 10:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Brady Bowl 10

Most people in this forum don’t follow pop music very much. I usually record Saturday Night Live and skip over the musical acts.
Hammerhead 02/08/21 08:47pm Around the Campfire
RE: Wear Two Masks?

My daughter works in a health care place and they had an inservice last week and were told under no circumstance were they to wear two mask There might be different guidance for medical masks vs cloth masks made to varying standards.
Hammerhead 01/30/21 10:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Reminiscing....Medical proceedure

I’ve had a few surgeries for a recurring pilonidal cyst with about 10 medical students watching the surgeon cut into my backside. After one surgery my wife had to burn off the scar tissue in the open wound every day with silver nitrate swabs and screaming into a pillow did help.
Hammerhead 01/27/21 08:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: Scary Incidents in Life, Part 1

My scariest moment was regaining consciousness after a rollover accident finding myself pinned under the car. I was 9 years old at the time and there were some fence posts my dad and brother used to pry up the car to pull me out. I only ended up with broken ribs and a nasty scar on my left thigh. My whole body tingled like when your foot is “asleep” when I was trapped. Then on the ambulance ride to the big city hospital we had to stop and wait for the free-range cattle to get off the highway.
Hammerhead 12/29/20 07:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: Remember when tv

I remember the cat sleeping on the console TV and sometimes letting her tail hang down over the screen. Many time I fell asleep watching TV when getting home from work around midnight and waking up to static.
Hammerhead 12/26/20 08:59pm Around the Campfire
RE: Credit Score

We are the same way and almost always pay with plastic and pay off the cards we use every month. We have financed a few vehicles and campers in the past and have only had a mortgage for several years now. One card offers free credit scores and we found out once that our mortgage company accidentally reported that all of their customers failed to make a payment one month. The only way to get 800 or over is to buy large purchases with a card and pay it of in 6 months or less and buy and pay it off. I use a Debit/Credit card very rarely and only at the gas stations with exception.Nonsense. I never carry a balance on any credit card, I use 2 sometimes 3, and my credit score always runs over 800. Wee pay all ours off the next month or before or did. We have one card with emergency expenses on it that will be paid off shortly. We've seen 815+ only a hand full of times.
Hammerhead 12/17/20 10:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: My 2 favorite gifts as a youngster

Mine would be a model train set we all had to share and I still have all of the rolling except the engine 40 years later. Any new toy truck or hot wheels were all I ever asked for.
Hammerhead 12/12/20 06:21pm Around the Campfire
RE: Stale DEF

It kind of stinks, but our only two trips outside of town since March were a drive in the country to see the comet in the summer and to a state park about 100 miles away to look at the fall colors. That's not including a few trips down the freeway when our ecodiesel wants to run a regen to clear the DPF. Guess I gotta ask....How on earth have some of you stayed cooped up and not gone anywhere for d@mn near a year now?
Hammerhead 12/10/20 07:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Stale DEF

I'm in the same boat and bought 2 2.5 gallon jugs in February when it was on sale. I keep them in the basement where it's never above 68°F and finally used one of them last month which brought my DEF level up to about half full. We've only driven 1,684 miles since the shutdowns started in March. I'm planning to wait until spring at the earliest to use the other jug since we don't plan on taking many long trips in the winter.
Hammerhead 12/09/20 06:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Snow Emergency?

We've always wondered why there is a big run on shovels during the first snowfall and fans during the first heat wave of the year. Do people throw away shovels and fans when the season is over?
Hammerhead 12/09/20 06:14pm Around the Campfire
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