Ok to you Jim. Here's one I bet you don't know.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v644/114thcobra/DSCN7654nm_zps161305b3.png width=640
OK, I have to admit that I have not traveled a lot of northern NM.
I give up :E I had to do a double take when I saw who posted this :B Are you sure you don't know, or are you just being kind to the rest of us? :B
$20 at a dollar store...interesting :) :) :) Shouldn't they be a dollar at the dollar store?
$3 at Dollar Store
I see I misread...thanks!
When I was growing up, we bought candy and stuff at the "dime store." I guess the "dollar store" is due to inflation :)As far as I know, the only "Dollar" store where everything is a dollar is, Dollar Tree, at Dollar General & Family Dollar that's not the case.
Absolutely NO ONE on here started as a "know it all", we all started as newbies, anyone who says they knew it all when they started, is either a liar or a BS'er, (or both).
I would venture to say that 95% on here are helpful & fairly nice, you'll meet the grumps no matter where you go or what you do, I just ignore them.
As far as the "smart alecks" making fun of your backing ability, I doubt they did any better when they first started, in general though, I think you'll find more of us out there that are ready & willing to help you learn, whether , guiding you back, or actually doing it for you, when you become super frustrated & your face turns beet red.
As far as fixing the engine of your truck, not everyone is mechanically inclined, I can get by, have pulled many engines, rebuilt some, replaced almost every part on an engine, but with the electronics on todays engines, I don't even try.
The main point is, don't be afraid to ask, thank the helpful, ignore rude, smart alecks. ;)
Thanks for posting!
I've heard lots about it but you finally put a face on it for me to relate to.
C-dadX-2, always wondered what all the hubbub was about, now I know it's someplace I have no interest in going to. Nice video though.
The 3 digit spur and loop numbers are reused quite a bit.
I580 to Carson City NV is one of the newest pieces of Interstate (it was completed in the last year or 2).True, there are no less than 6, I-295's on the eastern seaboard alone, from Jacksonville Fla. to Portland, Me.
One other interesting tidbit, regarding "split" interstates...
There's I-76 in Pennsylvania - The Bicentennial State
There's I-76 in Colorado - The Centennial State.Good catch, I-76 in the east, starts near Camden, NJ (just across the river from S. Philly) & runs to the jct with I-71, just west of Akron, Oh.
The western version of I-76 starts at the jct with I-80 in NE & runs to downtown Denver, (Arvada to be more precise).
Wow, thanks guys, I fully expected to just get blown off or reviled with "do a search", but y'all came through with a wealth of interstate information, which believe it or not, I find quite interesting. :)
I thought I basically had the interstate numbering system figured out, but I wasn't aware that you could have 2 highways with the same number in different parts of the country.
An example, I-84 starts at a jct with I-5 in Portland Oregon & runs easterly to a jct with I-80 east of Salt Lake city & apparently ending.
Then there is I-84 that appears to start at a jct with I-81 in Scranton, PA & travels east to a jct wih I-90 in MA & ends again.
It just made me go hmmm, as there are 2 ends & no apparent middle section of this Interstate highway, unlike I-80 which starts in San Francisco & runs continuously eastward (occasionally merging with other interstate hgwys)to a jct with I-95 near Hackensack, NJ., or I-90 which starts in Boston & runs westward, again continuously, all the way to downtown Seattle.
This is probably of no great concern in the scheme of life, but just made me wonder why. :@
I know about by-passes being numbered the same in different areas.
That was the most pathetic "bashing post" of a CG I have ever heard. The place gets great reviews for a reason. A squirrel?, really? Hills in the mountains? Gee whiz! People actually awake at 10 pm EST? Unheard of!X-2, although I've seen great CG's bashed because it rained for 3 days of their stay, how dare a CG allow it to rain for 3 days. :S
Is it true folks don't BBQ in the lower 48 when its below zero?
http://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/newsminer.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/ad/9ad116bc-7cab-11e2-86c1-001a4bcf6878/5126f9a4aa6d9.image.jpgI'm sure they do some where, I use my grill all year long, but then it's never been below zero, and have absolutely no urge for it to be.