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Old 11-19-2015, 02:00 PM   #11
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I learned (this weekend) that you should close the vent covers of your TT prior to going home. Thankfully, they were still there and no other damage upon arrival, aside from a messy bathroom.
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Old 11-19-2015, 04:14 PM   #12
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My learning today was worked based. I learned how to configure a Linux server for use as an ADM server within our voice network.
Exciting huh?
Well, for some of us yes, that would be exciting... I learned how to stretch some of our Linux clusters between two different locations - equally exciting I think....
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Learned a few songs for our country song repertoire. As an part time vocalist it is a never ending process. Practice to keep the voice strong and memory up to date and learning new songs is a constant otherwise things get boring.
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Learned a few songs for our country song repertoire. As an part time vocalist it is a never ending process. Practice to keep the voice strong and memory up to date and learning new songs is a constant otherwise things get boring.
Sounds interesting ALJO. I just bought a new/used 1983 Alvarez Yairi 6 string a couple of days ago, and it's great. I've been working a couple hours a day with the metronome to get my fingers back up to snuff so I feel comfortable playing in public again. It's been a while!
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Music Entertainment has always been a part of my life together with my DW. Exchanged the instruments for electronics in the mid 90's for our Gig's, but are ready to go back again to instruments. We are both vocalist (harmonic).
I love to play Guitar, Keyboard and Accordion. We (DW & I) visit about 7 to 8 Senior Care Homes a month to volunteer our time for an hour of entertainment each. We do this for the last 15 years.
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I learned my new phone (Samsung Galaxy S6) has features no human would ever really need in a phone, like a SpO2/heart rate sensor. I just wanted a phone that I didn't have to charge 3 times a day and have it randomly restart like my old one!
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Old 11-20-2015, 10:05 AM   #17
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I learned that the rumors were TRUE.. some truckers will play with your hitch overnight at truck stops.. When I left Beaver UT the trailer felt funny behind me.. I thought it was the wind.. but on close inspection of my hitch NO some one had pulled a lock pin and removed a rolled bar from my Hensley Hitch.. good thing I have spares..
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I learned that the rumors were TRUE.. some truckers will play with your hitch overnight at truck stops.. When I left Beaver UT the trailer felt funny behind me.. I thought it was the wind.. but on close inspection of my hitch NO some one had pulled a lock pin and removed a rolled bar from my Hensley Hitch.. good thing I have spares..
Now that's bad. Glad you got it before a catastrophe occurred.
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It has been 23 years since I have owned/ridden a dirt bike. Today I was reminded how much fun it is to take soil samples. LOL I broke a 24 year record today.
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I learned that the rumors were TRUE.. some truckers will play with your hitch overnight at truck stops.. When I left Beaver UT the trailer felt funny behind me.. I thought it was the wind.. but on close inspection of my hitch NO some one had pulled a lock pin and removed a rolled bar from my Hensley Hitch.. good thing I have spares..
I just learned from reading this to check the hitch every time you stop before you leave just in case.

And it reminds me when I had a boat at the ramp parking someone pulled the hitch pin on the trailer.
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