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RE: RV Ovens

We don't use ours much, but it's there for storage or when we don't have electricity. I would highly recommend the Breville countertop toaster/oven. We also have one in the house and for the two of us it serves almost all of our oven needs.
lynndiwagon 08/06/19 12:05pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dogs

My two Boston Terriers love going traveling and camping with us. They always go. We never leave them out by themselves and their always on leash. What I hate is while walking my leashed dogs someones "oh they never hurt anyone" dog running out and attacking my leashed dogs. I usually carry pepper spray for those....
lynndiwagon 07/22/19 01:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Vultures!

Those look like black headed vultures. Turkey Vultures have red heads. Black headed vultures have been known to attack and kill young livestock while Turkey Vultures will kill nothing. I have a pair of Turkey Vultures nesting in an old chicken house on my property and have studied up on them. Very interesting birds. They are protected by law so you can't really do anything to disturb them. I kind of like them.....
lynndiwagon 05/19/19 08:38am General RVing Issues
RE: GPS Certainly Not a Perfect Science

It may not be perfect but man it's amazing how these things work. Sometime when you're not doing much look into how GPS really works. Amazing.....
lynndiwagon 04/10/19 04:35pm Technology Corner
RE: Adding 2nd air, converting from 30 amp to 50 amp

Your electrician Dad will know about the attractive surface mount wiring options.
lynndiwagon 02/01/19 10:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: swim box

I think this is what he's looking for: Here
lynndiwagon 01/22/19 02:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Fiberglass Siding Cracking Near Slide Out???

Mine already had that joint from the factory. I did put a piece of eternabond over it to keep it sealed.
lynndiwagon 01/17/19 08:31am Fifth-Wheels
RE: iOS vs Android

I have several apps that are available only for Android. Wife has iphone, new IOS killing her battery. Apple keeps rolling out updates for newer phones but if you update older phone you risk killing battery. Also, you WILL miss that android "back" button if you go iphone. If you've never owned either you won't know any better. I'm constantly trying to clear out pic's and apps to keep wife's iphone from running out of memory. On my android I just move stuff to the memory card. I hate itunes......
lynndiwagon 12/13/18 06:06am Technology Corner
RE: The end of sat. TV?

With over 19 million subscribers, it seems unlikely that they would shut down service without a viable alternative......viable. The statistic presents data on the number of DirecTV video subscribers in the United States from the first quarter of 2014 to the third quarter of 2018. According to the data, DirecTV had 19.63 million pay TV subscribers in the last measured quarter. Yes, but this article in Variety talks about quarterly losses of 300k+ in the traditional tv-subscriber model. They are holding on to some by bundling, and gaining overall through streaming services, but they are losing in the satellite market. This articlefrom Fortune, this April, shows a similar theme. Overall, traditional TV providers are struggling with cord-cutting. Satellite will hang on for a while because there is a rural market not met by high speed internet or cell networks, but I'm not sure how long that will last. 5 years - yes. 15 - I don't know! No doubt about it, streaming video will become the choice in the future. I've tried streaming Directv and it was not a satisfying experience. I think things will change, but I still think satellite will be around for a while. I can remember when secure messages were sent using morse code...I did it. I remember "C" band and built my own redwood dish from plans out of popular mechanics, I used a cellphone that was in a big bag, so I sure understand change. Things WILL change for sure.
lynndiwagon 12/05/18 07:19pm Technology Corner
RE: The end of sat. TV?

With over 19 million subscribers, it seems unlikely that they would shut down service without a viable alternative......viable. The statistic presents data on the number of DirecTV video subscribers in the United States from the first quarter of 2014 to the third quarter of 2018. According to the data, DirecTV had 19.63 million pay TV subscribers in the last measured quarter.
lynndiwagon 12/05/18 01:18pm Technology Corner
RE: The end of sat. TV?

Everybody needs to relax. A quick search will reveal that Directv just launched TWO new satellites. One will be for the Mexico market and the other will be for new 4K service for the United States. The article states that the life of these satellites will be at LEAST 15 years. AT&T probably sees no more NEW satellites, other than the ones just launched. Who knows what will be around in 15 years tech wise, let alone many of us. I suspect the low orbit internet satellites will take over. So, don't worry be happy. Article
lynndiwagon 12/05/18 09:40am Technology Corner
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