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RE: pocket knife

Have carried one for as long as I can remember. Don't recall getting my first one, but probably was a gift from Dad when age appropriate. For about 40 years it has been a 3 blade Buck. But there have been two of them, because I had to surrender one to airport security back a few years ago. It is such an automatic thing to stick in my pocket every morning. I immediately bought the same model replacement after that trip. I used it almost every day for something, mostly opening packages these days. Great wire stripper when needed. Decent small screwdriver in a pinch, like changing small batteries. I've even field dressed a buck with it when I accidentally left my belt knife back in the truck. Cut fishing line. I can't imagine how people survive day to day without one.
bpounds 01/22/22 09:58am Around the Campfire
RE: plastic sky light over shower

I just did mine, and considered the same thing. There is an inner dome, as was mentioned, but in my case it did not stuck up above the roof, so a flat sheet could have worked. But frankly it would have looked bad. And a proper domed cover was not expensive, so for me it was proper to just get the intended cover. Skylight - Amazon https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLUBPuoc9Yn9IFu3TScv1DucuMH7Pk0zTGTGsdbLXuOYVc9r9EfAjncUJZcL3SnJzve0B7U9Qga4UBs01B5YEfhU9C90Doggi5083jbiBQ4SV6tt46LsxXpFgWZOqh6TCxkCI67Jz5fBQbDC0PhHwmkxdw=w1116-h529-no?authuser=0 width=600
bpounds 10/11/21 10:03am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Rec Pro RV furniture

We have the RecPro theater seating recliners. About 4 years now. We like them much better than the OEM sofa bed. But if I was going to replace them I would look long and hard at other solutions. The fabric on one, in just one area, is delaminating. Started after we had them for around 3 years. No, the dog did not do that. Also not sun damage, because we keep the blinds closed always during storage. All other areas are fine, and that is the one I sit on, so maybe my hair oil may have been a factor. Maybe cover the backs with blankets? When we got them the recliner mechanisms needed a lot of adjustment. Of course I had them already installed in the tight quarters of the fifth wheel before realizing that. I wished I had fully assembled them outside, done all the adjustments, and then removed the backs to go through the door. To this day the recliners are difficult to snap down, especially for my wife. They really looked nice when new. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLVUZYPzLNVl_pd_0zQEjT-lFhNUlQeqkdMp7NoZD7GhY_jrsgBTNssAJMQJVPPg4VVdp-UMfuogG2jkFYfgIflm9Zz6wVsIlyyN14WCZ_KR12-C85fvaX6gcrFboHbuXYpYNGBiZGYWFk2LZnbhS3hm=w1116-h628-no?authuser=0 width=600 Deteriorating pleather. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLXL1I9w78lmLXEzlRIbEdqiQdl4X_tyvW3jBn5D0zOcLgM6F1VitXJbvGCmPAtv1QZ0_qtVnMLKLAZgXTqDnSOddOBDabtWs7vm6oQXbNCzmh7txuSaJMsVefVxJaL870Pw6dtNXRzhgtuBjdFNl-_LXA=w1116-h529-no?authuser=0 width=600
bpounds 10/11/21 09:42am Fifth-Wheels
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