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RE: Song Post - Part Three

BLUE Suede Shoes - Elvis
Crowe 12/02/20 05:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

action plan
Crowe 12/02/20 05:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2020 Strikes Again

I have both Experian and Equifax. Both allow me to lock my credit report plus I get a notification if someone tries to access it. I also check my credit cards and bank accounts daily-sometimes multiple times if I've been using them a lot. You have to be ever vigilant.
Crowe 12/02/20 05:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Toad Service ??

Not being snarky, speaking from experience. They charge it because they can and BMW owners will pay it. Our Porche is $500 for an oil/air filter. Part of the issue with ours is it's a mid-engine vehicle and a little harder to work on but it doesn't excuse the ridiculous price. There are other garages that specialize in high-end foreign vehicles that will be less expensive.
Crowe 11/30/20 05:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Electrician??

Your scenario is not very likely. It is not very likely two outlets in the middle of a circuit go out at the same time and outlets on both sides of these two still work. Check outlets in room(s) that are on the other side of the wall(s) these two outlets are on. I think in the end you will find either a GFCI or a circuit breaker is tripped. Outlets in the same room are all not necessarily on the same circuit. They could be on a circuit in a neighboring room that shares the same wall. X2. We had a similar situation in our old house. Two of our nephews are electricians. One was puzzling it out when the other checked the other room and that's where the problem was.
Crowe 11/30/20 11:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Proof I have too much time on my hands

OK so now this can be fun-the most hated Christmas songs LOL! Santa Baby, Taylor Swift version makes me want to vomit!
Crowe 11/30/20 07:05am Around the Campfire
RE: Lake Louise trailer park or Icefield parking lot.

I would stay where I will waste less time traveling to where I want to be. But I expect that the drive is very scenic so not a waste of time. I've been there twice-it's very scenic but with traffic it can take a very long time. If you are there for scenery no issue but if you are there to explore and do things the less time on the road some days the better.
Crowe 11/29/20 04:59pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Proof I have too much time on my hands

Finished the Christmas shopping the week before Thanksgiving. Now I just have to wrap, pack and ship. Haven't even thought about the cards yet; should probably get on that, too. Today, though, is change out the iPod selections from regular to all Christmas. THAT is important! As long as that old iPod continues to work, it's staying busy... Christmas decorations have to wait until we've moved the pile of donations out of the way. Busy, busy... Spent all day Saturday (a full 8 hours) setting up the outside lights. Tree will be next weekend. Need to sort through our charity donations and make sure we have bought enough for each child-they are siblings so it's very important. No Christmas carols yet-if I listen too soon I get VERY cranky by Christmas!
Crowe 11/29/20 04:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: Lake Louise trailer park or Icefield parking lot.

I would stay where I will waste less time traveling to where I want to be.
Crowe 11/29/20 02:13pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Any runners around the campfire?

The biggest part of the problem trying to loose weight isn't exercising, it's consuming less. Food in equals calories, those not burned turn to fat. If you keep eating the same amount, you're not really winning. Like shooting yourself in the foot to kill the ant under your shoe. Don't believe the "I'm still hungry", that's only a state of mind. You can overcome that. Absolutely. And I also agree that doing an exercise you can at least tolerate makes all the difference in the world. I worked with a well-educated trainer for a couple of years so my advice comes from experience with him as well as what I've experienced. It's truly a lifestyle change-cutting back on your food intake, paying attention to what you eat-and when you eat it-are very important. Don't skip meals-eat lightly if you aren't that hungry. When you don't eat your body goes into panic mode and starts hoarding fat. You don't have to cut out carbs completely to lose weight-cutting back is usually sufficient. I work my entire body-strength training (good to maintain bone mass), resistance training (helps with glucose management), core stability (balance) and cardio (heart health). Used to go to the gym 3 times/week but that stopped with COVID. Have home gym equipment on order-can't wait for it to come in-someday LOL! I just recently saw an orthopedic for a knee issue and he also recommended no running because it is too hard on the joints. My husband's former manager said that the hardest thing about working out is putting your sneakers on. You've done that and then some. Best of luck!
Crowe 11/28/20 06:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

Angels AMONG Us = Alabama
Crowe 11/27/20 06:11pm Around the Campfire
RE: Living with only one arm

Happy Thanksgiving! Posts like this make me realize even more how much I have to be thankful for. It's people like you that serve as inspiration to the rest of us.
Crowe 11/26/20 03:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: Lockdown Hazard

Crowe 11/26/20 06:53am Around the Campfire
RE: Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to you too! We do, indeed, have much to be thankful for.
Crowe 11/26/20 06:52am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

MY Baby Does the Hanky Panky - Tommy James & the Shondells
Crowe 11/25/20 07:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

love hurts
Crowe 11/25/20 07:24am Around the Campfire
RE: The strange ramifications of COVID shutdowns

Mod, feel free to close this thread. It's wandered way off what I intended it to be. Too political which is not what I meant. Seems this group has lost it's ability for lightheartedness.
Crowe 11/23/20 07:21am Around the Campfire
RE: Proof I have too much time on my hands

My cards are now all stamped and ready to be mailed. I will probably mail them the day before Thanksgiving to avoid the rush.
Crowe 11/20/20 04:59pm Around the Campfire
RE: The strange ramifications of COVID shutdowns

"They" were infringing on my space in the Costco checkout line Seven feet to the front and rear Twelve inches on the sides I launched into a dry coughing fit worthy of an Oscar. Then I checked Twelve feet to the front and rear No one to the sides LOL! Just be careful-you never know when the "illness police" will come and take you away! :B
Crowe 11/20/20 11:44am Around the Campfire
RE: burried in dog hair HELP

Allergies made our dog shed terribly until she had almost no hair and her general health was affected. Please see a vet if there is any sign of itching, scaling on the skin, licking and chewing of any area along with the hair loss. X2. Jesse had constant skin infections caused by allergies which thinned out his fur considerably. If the shedding seems abnormal and there are any of the above symptoms definitely get him checked.
Crowe 11/20/20 07:24am RV Pet Stop
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