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    southern central Tennessee
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    Hunting, Fishing, RVing, Antique Shopping.
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  1. Criticism of Fuel Mileage and Environmental damage

    It is open Internet, no commercials nothing. Forums and such. Business has taken over the Internet and At&T, and just about all the Providers do not offer it. Business controls the Internet and demands you look at their ads even to the point if your cursor crosses it the ad locks on to it and you have to exit it again and again. Some will not let you look at news stories, reports, etc if you have ad block on. they demand third party cookies be turned on and their site white listed. Doing so you will find it takes long time to access sites as in the tray at the bottom you will notice a lot even in the hundreds of sites taking your information and even using your computer for others to access. You will be bombarded with ads afterwards from every site, it seems and every category you look at, like here. You will get ads etc including in the mail ads from them latching on to your computer. This is how almost all Hackers get in and the reason I have ad Blockers. You can subscribe to sites for Use Net . Google records everything on it of course. Charter still has it for free. Right now I don't remember the specific RV groups except maybe rec-outdoors rv-travel or something there were several.
  2. Criticism of Fuel Mileage and Environmental damage

    His wife or former wife Tipper was an absolute princess. Still is but don't hear anything of her. Sure someone ants to buy some carbon credits I probably can sell them for a profit in California. I had his money I would sleep four hours a night and be fishing, or hunting, or racing, or what I would really like to do some orphanages and good schools in Central America , and now here in the US do something about giving all those Americans on the Streets and elsewhere a reason a purpose in life and out of the dumpster.
  3. Coffee

    I love iced tea. Some of the sun teas, we have made had a bit of a harsh taste for want of a better word. My have been left to steep too long. The sun can really heat up a one or two gallon glass jar or jug. Fresh brewed from cold well or spring water sweetened to the edge, f just sweet, not over sweet, brewed so that it is very clear warm red gold brown after being poured hot, or at least very warm, over a tall glass of ice cubes, is simply glorious and has my mouth watering now. Never can get enough of it. I have drunk some very good unsweetened tea but it requires whoever makes it to get it right, every time. I don't drink iced sweet much a I'm a Diabetic. I do from time to time order less sweetened tea when eating out but you never know what you are getting and it most usually the only good thing to say about it is it's wet and cold. Now some places make their tea and their coffee from a Coca Cola syrup. I would like to force them to drink it. Then there is the mud which it often times or if brewed coffee grounds from a week ago burned to the bottom or something. Those Brewers that use flat packets are very open pored and almost always you get very thin mud. I agree with you and you got me craving a tall glass of fresh brewed just sweet tea poured over ice in a big glass.
  4. Coffee

    Some of the best coffee, I remember was army coffee and chickory in the green five pound can. Might have been because it was all we had. Wife is hung up on the Keurig thing. Some times get some pretty fair coffee, next box might taste like dirt or something no familiar. I'm trying to give up diet soft drinks altogether and in addition I've read that coffee will give me a longer life and cure everything but warts. I remember some some few great cups of coffee along the way but not what brand or where it was. I do remember the coffee was bright, like a good brewed glass of tea ,not stump water. So how about nominations and votes for the best cup of coffee, how it is brewed and the brand?
  5. Back when we could still get to usenet there ere several characters that continually assaulted Motor Home Owners for pollution and for being fuel hogs. Ran across one of these Fine Folks, Bless their Hearts, a few days ago, while fishing. Most people don't think apparently. We generally, the most of us, don't drive our rigs except to a destination, and are parked there for a week or month or whatever. And...while we are away from home, generally we use a lot less utilities there. The guy as those on usenet simply would not understand nor agree. ......
  6. Diesel Motorhome MPG-- Honest Answers Please

    I notice when I jump off the hill which is facing west I get to the bottom a little further out before busting my bottom too. May be on to something here. Maybe we could travel west at night when the moon is going full and its pull cut fuel consumption
  7. Diesel Motorhome MPG-- Honest Answers Please

    Like everyone else we've heard of fantastic mileages. Even had one day with 20mpg+ with a 70 mph tailwind Oklahoma into Kansas. About 7mpg+ running with the rest of the traffic including some hills, some mountains. We only have a 35 hp C7 diesel and pull a 4200 lb Ford Edge. When we pulled our Saturn we got a 1/2mpg better maybe. Ours does not use the blue juice.

    I believe that is where the problem is too and thought that was what he was talking about. I had to think a bit, a very painful process, but remove the panel where the inlet and valve is and unscrew the other side an replace, a little more detail than that but......
  9. Bad Week With Trucks

    The Greet Big Empty, the Big Bend. I would love to be 20 again with a couple of horses and supplies or ... and explore it. Great Grand Pa said People, in not just Arkansas in the 1850s into the early twentieth century would just pick up and say going to Texas, and they did, just to see what was there. 1928 was the last big Native American uprising, I think. They lived off abundant game and staples they took with them or bought some where. Lots of game until the early 1900s when Texas and US Govt an Ranchers poisoned most, if not all the bears, wolves, jaguars, Cougars, shot all the Buffalo and Elk and other animals. Mostly east Texas. Might still be a few stray jaguars and wolves, cougars, in the Big Bend, along with the deer etc they feed on, come up from Mexico. Wife's Uncle had photo of a Jaguar, in Az when he was mining turquoise in the 1960s. That's a good bit away from Texas but that great Big Empty invites speculation, and begs for exploration. I do believe I was born a century or two or three late.

    sorry bout that. I was reading your post, drinking coffee, and someone called me about then. I didn't answer your question on how to go about install. Call the factory is maybe a best course of action. Randy use to be the go to but they have several others in the same league. I have one Person in mind but can't pull up his name. They have helped us out a few times. By the time this shows up you have already repaired it, I bet.
  11. Bad Week With Trucks

    Santa Fe and west is where we saw most of the Mexican Drivers and Trucks. At that time Mexican Trucks did not have to meet our emissions standards and some other regs. We were a bit nervous around some of those rigs. They are showing up all across the Country, now. I have wondered if or how many might have been involved in the numerous truck wrecks around this area.

    I have heard this problem quite a bit from Folks, that connect to campground water supplies without filters. Mud, iron, sulfides, lime etc cause all kinds of problems with valves. Dissolved lime no way to stop it but bits in suspension can be stopped or with a water softener everything just about. This may not be the problem but it is one cause. Even the tinest bits can imbed themselves in not just plastic but brass. Then there is corossion from them. At any rate you've identified the problem. Not sure how involved it is changing the valve.
  13. Bad Week With Trucks

    We just happened to encounter semi leaving Chattanooga several times, that had two black plastic pipes running down, right in front ,of the trailer bumper or whatever the affair is called. It was not dripping it was running out. One time or two encountered it many miles into Georgia still running strong. The fluid was a dark brown, and every vehicle behind it got some on it. It nearly ruined the pain on our car. Had to wash it and clean and buff it. It4 stunk a bit too. Called GSP more than once along with THP. That was a several years ago. Don't know long they did this before being caught. I imagine some big fines loss of vehicle and perhaps some jail time. Unfortunate enough to get behind a tanker that had an open hatch on top. Gray blue fluid sloshed out and onto every thing. I manged to get along side and tell him. He didn't care. Turned out he was hauling residue from latex pain manufacture to a place at the ft of Lookout Mtn Tn where they filter it though sand and inject into the ground into one of the largest aquifers in the Country. The Plant is still there. Don't know what they do today.
  14. Last Retreat for Sgt R Ermy Lee

    Retired Marine R Ermy Lee, died today from complications of Pneumonia. He was only 74. Never met him but feel like I did many times, every time I though of the DIs I have encountered. He reminded me of an Uncle MSG Us Marine Corps who passed in 2007. A lot of show on TV he made i haven't seen yet. Semper Fi Sgt Lee
  15. Humor for those waiting for spring

    Here in Tn 45 right now or 43 depending on channel. Suppose to get to 35 tonight and some chance of precipitation. I suspect on the Plateau they may get some snow but doubt it will lay. 15th or April we have mowed three times but still plenty of weeds. Maybe the cold will knock them back. In early fifties we had eight inches of snow one Easter and in 52 when my younger brother was born, in June, it snowed. John Haywoods books perhaps his Civil and Political History of Tn but maybe the earlier one, it came a rain in April, wind shifted to out of the north and by morning there was ice fog like we read of in the Aritic . It lasted for several days and it was bright but you could not see ten feet. Then one year there was snow in April in Nashville and even later in the mountains. There was frost every month that year.