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Vintage Gas Prices

Some years ago, I was talking about gas prices with my mom (born in 1912). It was a lot more where she lived in SoCal than in Texas. I reminded her that when I started driving (mid-1950's), gas was normally $0.25 - 0.27 a gallon but the cheapest I had ever paid was $0.15 during a "gas war". She told me that when she started driving (Early 1930's), she paid $0.07 a gallon. WHAT is the cheapest that you remember ever paying for a gallon of gas? Tim
Healeyman 07/02/22 01:06pm Around the Campfire
RE: Catelitic Convertor protect?

I have a friend who put down a BIG pile of gravel under the Cat Converter where he parks his RV. He then covered the gravel with a 4 bags of Sack-Crete concrete and wet it all down. They may still steal his Cat, but they are going to have to work for it. Tim
Healeyman 04/16/22 10:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: What do tow behind your Class C?

HERE is what we tow. Tim
Healeyman 10/28/21 07:46am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Family Tree Maker

Dale & Steve, Thanks for the tip on Roots Magic. It appears to be a pretty close clone of Family Tree Maker. My FTM version is over 10 years old and I cannot find a source to provide a FTM update. Roots Magic will apparently open and deal with FTM files. I have a FTM file with about 5,000 people in it and would hate to have to re-input all of that data into a new program. I'll try Roots Magic and see how it goes. Tim
Healeyman 09/21/21 12:24pm Around the Campfire
Family Tree Maker

Does anybody here use Family Tree Maker? I've got a question. Thanks, Tim
Healeyman 09/18/21 01:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: Mother/son wedding dance songs

My son has decided it's up to me to pick out a song for us to dance to at his wedding next year. I am looking for suggestions. Song should be "waltzable" but open to other thoughts. The first one that came to me was "You Light Up My Life". Debbie Boone sang it. - You Light Up My Life The "Light" shines BOTH ways. Tim
Healeyman 09/07/21 10:29am Around the Campfire
Just got back from Hawaii

Our 50th State visited. Most of them multiple times. Except for a day trip to the Arizona Memorial, we spent a week on Kauai, the northern most and "greenest = vegetation" island. Great place to visit. Not crowded and little traffic. Almost all of the rent-cars are Jeeps or Mustang Convertibles. We had a Jeep. We visited some of the "out-of-the-way" beaches and the 4-WD Jeep was helpful, maybe even necessary. We would not have attempted taking a Mustang there. Well... One more Bucket-List item checked off. Tim
Healeyman 08/29/21 01:46pm Around the Campfire
Going to Hawaii

Hi all, We are going to Hawaii (our 50th state) in a couple of days. I cannot get the "Mandatory State of Hawaii Health and Safety" web site to accept my signature or information to send us a QR-Code for acceptance. I've messed with it for hours and have input my VAX cards pix in 3 different formats. No Go.... In reading several "Help" screens, the web site "may" not accept information prior to 24 hours before our trip. BUT it may? Has anybody else used this web site and had any trouble. How did you fix it? Thanks in advance. Tim
Healeyman 08/15/21 02:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Towing Honda CR-V with Pride scooter on the back

Does anyone have a suggestion... Mike, As an alternative to beefing up your CRV suspension, you might look at lightening the load. As I have aged, my distance walking ability has become shorter and shorter. I recently bought a GLION Snap-N-Go mobility scooter, Model 325. Without the seat and battery it weighs 30 pounds, about 40# with the seat and battery. GLION has an accessory (large) bicycle style TRAVEL seat without the back or arm rests. I use that most of the time. That seat mounts to the frame during transport. It is not only LIGHT, but the steering tiller folds down so that it can easily be carried in the back of your SUV. We carry it in the back of our Chev Equinox. I have even carried it on the trunk-mounted luggage rack of my Miata. When folded, using the footrests, it can be easily trailered like a suitcase. HERE is a link to the Snap-N-Go Operations video. Skip the ad to see the video. I'm sure that you can find a dealer for them or the GLION web site or Amazon has them. PM me if I can help you with any additional information. Tim
Healeyman 07/06/21 01:36pm Dinghy Towing
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