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  12/24 volt refrigerator freezer - $350 (Vancouver)
Posted by: Blacktank - Yesterday, 07:42 PM - Forum: Found on Craigslist and other places - No Replies

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  Man catches huge tarpon while fishing from his unicorn floatee
Posted by: Cammalu - Yesterday, 07:11 AM - Forum: YARC - Replies (3)

https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2020/07/...rn-floaty/

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  Guy makes camper out of hollowed out jet engine
Posted by: Everyroadleadshome - 07-09-2020, 08:59 PM - Forum: Links/Apps - Replies (5)

While I don't think it's up my alley, I do appreciate the finished product.  I'm sure it was a lot of fun working on it.  

https://www.thedrive.com/news/34636/this...s-to-build



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  Down at the pond
Posted by: Cammalu - 07-07-2020, 08:23 AM - Forum: YARC - Replies (4)

A few days after Joker and Georgie left I was mowing and found this at the pond where they were camped.

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  Saguaro blooms and fruit
Posted by: Blanch - 07-05-2020, 10:40 AM - Forum: Blanch's Gallery - Replies (20)

Here are some blooms and fruit pictures. After the blooms fade some saguaro cactus have a red fruit. [Image: 7c85fef6bab6125498b7699ab0e26e7e.jpg]
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  I'm Just Jumpy
Posted by: rvpopeye - 07-05-2020, 05:37 AM - Forum: Pets - Replies (1)

Jumpy Time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I_QzPLEjM4

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  dog clippers...so many to choose from
Posted by: tx2sturgis - 06-30-2020, 07:37 PM - Forum: Pets - Replies (24)

Anyone grooming their own dog and having good luck with a particular brand and model of electric clippers?

They all look like regular ol hair clippers to me!

https://www.walmart.com/browse/dog-groom...11_2036668

I'm not done with using the dog groomer I've used for Cammie, but now that I've moved 25 miles away, and there are no groomers here, its a bit inconvenient to arrange an appointment, and with the covid bidness, and having to have appointments and expose my pooch to who knows what....anyway, I'd like to try to start grooming her myself...

And good lord she sure needs a haircut right about now!

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  Traveling WEST in the Summer of Covid
Posted by: Abnorm - 06-30-2020, 04:31 PM - Forum: Chit-Chat and Off Topic - Replies (9)

A confusing collection of "adventures" as we head WEST after "escaping" the Kentucky Farm.


Travel America, Mt Vernon, Missouri............

Stopped for the night between Springfield Mo and Tulsa Ok at a TA Truck Stop off I-44

We bought our Dinner and Snacks from the store......Parked in the empty "car" parking......the trucks were stacking up out back......

We ate and started some Netflix..............about 11 o'clock we get the ROUST !........""You Can't Park Here Overnight !""

I get dressed and visit the Office.....O Yeah....No FREE Parking......$18 to park for the nite ?!#@%$&# (it's 11 o'clock....of course I paid)

Two other cars had sleeping bodies without the $ ticket on the window in the morning................



"Tomorrow is another day""

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  Engine stops running after a few minutes
Posted by: Roadtripp - 06-30-2020, 10:12 AM - Forum: Mechanical Problems - Replies (49)

Help.......I’ve been stranded for 3 days in Cashmere waiting to order parts and fix the G30. A kind person is letting me park in front and being moral support. The engine will start when it’s cold and run for 5-10 minutes then stop. It will not start again for a hour or two. Ive checked a bunch of possible causes and replaced the cap, rotor, & ignition pickup coil but none have fixed it. I could not see any spark or fuel spraying so assumed it was electrical no spark/no fuel issue. Someone said the fuel pump can be running but not pumping or the pump relay epoxy gets brittle and cracks and doesn’t relay power properly?? So I was thinking of buying a fuel pump pressure tester and see if the pressure is steady? I placed my ear to the fuel filler and can hear the pump whining. But I don’t really know what it is pumping. There was a code 54 (fuel pump circuit). 
 Other odd symptom is water dripping from tailpipe. I also wondered if my catalytic converter was getting plugged. 
 I also read the temperature sensor can confuse the computer if the sensor is malfunctioning. So I’m going to order one. 
 Any ideas and suggestions are most welcome.

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  Long range 22lr This willl suprise you!
Posted by: Gr8ful - 06-30-2020, 04:42 AM - Forum: Hobbies - Replies (5)

This will suprise you. We shoot golf balls with screw eyes with heavy cord on a pipe at 300 yards with cheap rifles we accurise ourselves & use cheap ammo. I shoot Aguila Std & my buddy shoots Blazer. We also shoot 1.5" tall steel eggs at 300. We have other targets at 85,100, 200 & 300 yards. Good cheap fun!
https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2020...rm+Blog%29

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