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RE: Alternators and Lithium Batteries

Mexxxxxxxx!!!! I'm so glad to hear from you, and so sorry that you are feeling horrible and so glad that you are getting care! I'm not around here much lately, but I heard from Mr tuna that you were MIA, and I have been anxiously awaiting word.
Naio 01/31/21 12:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Is it a sin to modify an antique cast iron griddle?

I understand the feeling of responsibility to preserve something. One question in my mind would be, can you make it beautiful, if you change it?
Naio 12/15/20 10:12am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: summer in a national forest

Were you folks like this after the first 9/11, too? Did you make fun of the president when he shut down the airports? Did you call up your congresscritters and tell them you opposed the hunt for Osama bin Laden, and that people die every day and the bombing was no big deal? Or were the first 3,000 people more important than 300,000? I realize it's frightening to admit to yourself that something is dangerous. It's so much easier to stick your head in the sand and go about business as usual and pretend nothing is happening. It takes a lot of courage to admit what is going on in this country, that we are having a 9/11 every single day, 7 days a week, and that you might be next. But I think if you look within yourself you will find the courage to accept that the world really has changed.
Naio 12/15/20 10:09am Workamping Forum
RE: summer in a national forest

The numbers I’m seeking, Naio, show half of all Americans are wary of Covid vaccines. We will never get to 99.9% IMO. Yes, that was my point. We are not going to get everyone vaccinated, so we will have to continue precautions for some time. Certainly through next summer.
Naio 12/11/20 10:35pm Workamping Forum
RE: summer in a national forest

I had covid in March. I had an extremely mild case, didn't have to go to the hospital or anything. Wasn't even sick enough to be in bed, most of the time. In early July, I was 98% better, when I got hit with the infamous month 4 relapse. I got much worse. Had to be on a steroid inhaler for my lungs, which I am still on. Forest fires in September made me worse again. I can only be out of bed for about an hour a day now. And it's been 9 months of this. Most people don't die from covid, but most people still have symptoms months later. And for people who have no symptoms at all, 52% of them have heart damage and they don't know it until they get tested. We don't know if covid is going to be like smoking, where everyone thought they were ok, until their friends started dropping dead decades later. You can go out and catch it if you want, but I don't recommend it. It's not really all that fun.
Naio 12/11/20 06:21pm Workamping Forum
RE: summer in a national forest

Wow. Arizona setting, on a forum where most people are in high-risk groups, and not one mention of covid precautions. I mean, even if they said that their assumption is that 99.9% of US residents will be vaccinated by the time this job starts, at least that would be something. It would be a weird assumption, but it would be something.
Naio 12/11/20 02:13pm Workamping Forum
RE: Flying to the USA and shipping car

35-55% have people who get a mild case of covid and don't need the hospital, are still sick months later. 92% of people who are hospitalized are still sick, months later. 50% of people who have no symptoms at all have heart damage. I'm in the first group. I had an extremely mild case of covid in March. I never even had a fever. Just a bit of a cough. I was able to keep working at home. My doctor had me decreasing my steroid inhaler dose, phasing it out, when I had a relapse in July. I learned that a relapse in month 4 is very common. It made me worse than I was with the original illness. 8 months later, I'm on the highest dose of steroid inhaler. I can be out of bed an active for 1 hour per day. Then I run out of air and it takes me 23 hours to recover. I'm alive, but it's not much of a life. I don't recommend it.
Naio 11/14/20 07:02pm Snowbirds
RE: Any one else giving up snow birding due to the covid

I came home early, in March. I think I will be going south again, but a few months later than usual. And I won't go as far as I usually do from my S&B. That's partly due to where covid is under control and where it isn't. It's partly about not wanting to be very far from my parents, because they are older. And the timing, leaving later than usual, is because I want to wait and see what happens after the election. I feel like I need to be near my family, in uncertain times.
Naio 10/20/20 01:16am Snowbirds
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