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Old 12-15-2017, 06:42 PM   #3781
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I was merely referring to the design, not the cosmic order of things.
But... but... but...
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Old 12-15-2017, 07:27 PM   #3782
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Old 12-15-2017, 08:24 PM   #3783
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Old 12-15-2017, 11:07 PM   #3784
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Well, yes and no...................................


As schoolchildren, we learn that the earth is moving about our sun in a very nearly circular orbit. It covers this route at a speed of nearly 30 kilometers per second, or 67,000 miles per hour. In addition, our solar system--Earth and all--whirls around the center of our galaxy at some 220 kilometers per second, or 490,000 miles per hour. As we consider increasingly large size scales, the speeds involved become absolutely huge!

The galaxies in our neighborhood are also rushing at a speed of nearly 1,000 kilometers per second towards a structure called the Great Attractor, a region of space roughly 150 million light-years (one light year is about six trillion miles) away from us. This Great Attractor, having a mass 100 quadrillion times greater than our sun and span of 500 million light-years, is made of both the visible matter that we can see along with the so-called dark matter that we cannot see.
Hmm, in view of all this, is it nose up? Don’t need no snobs here... just saying cosmically...
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Old 12-15-2017, 11:40 PM   #3785
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Hmm, in view of all this, is it nose up? Don’t need no snobs here... just saying cosmically...
I don't know about that it looks like it is moving at about (Squirrel) 60,000 kilometers per minutes towards the Great Attractor.
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After taking a wine tour the trend is for wineries to use screw on caps. They said the cork tends to change the taste of the wines. Price of cork also may have a influence also to using caps. Later RJD


Ahhh, baloney sandwich. Have you chewed a cork? LONG AGO when I could taste, I did. Don’t know how a flavorless piece of punk could change the flavor. There are synthetic corks made of the same stuff as the cap liner... baloney sandwich. I make my own wine. I have found no research saying that CORK changes the flavor!

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Saw this checking in at Pensacola RV Park. Thought it was pretty cool of a restaurant to capitalize on the snowbirds.

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It says that for the winter months, a restaurant offers a 10% discount for Good Sam and Passport America card carriers.
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Old 12-16-2017, 01:33 PM   #3788
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Which I had know that last month went we were on the island
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This is at a campground called Indian Springs. It is near Kountze TX (north of Beaumont). This place is the definition of a hole in the wall. It is at the back of the owners property, and you can't see it from the road. It is past his house, with come very cool old farm equipment. A very unique campground to say the least. These critters are very friendly and curious.

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Old 12-16-2017, 09:12 PM   #3790
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This is at a campground called Indian Springs. It is near Kountze TX (north of Beaumont). This place is the definition of a hole in the wall. It is at the back of the owners property, and you can't see it from the road. It is past his house, with come very cool old farm equipment. A very unique campground to say the least. These critters are very friendly and curious.



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OH NO! Calves and donkeys and... and... and... all kinds of cute living things.

Including GASP, spiders and ants and snakes!
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Old 12-16-2017, 10:07 PM   #3792
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Well, yes and no...................................


As schoolchildren, we learn that the earth is moving about our sun in a very nearly circular orbit. It covers this route at a speed of nearly 30 kilometers per second, or 67,000 miles per hour. In addition, our solar system--Earth and all--whirls around the center of our galaxy at some 220 kilometers per second, or 490,000 miles per hour. As we consider increasingly large size scales, the speeds involved become absolutely huge!

The galaxies in our neighborhood are also rushing at a speed of nearly 1,000 kilometers per second towards a structure called the Great Attractor, a region of space roughly 150 million light-years (one light year is about six trillion miles) away from us. This Great Attractor, having a mass 100 quadrillion times greater than our sun and span of 500 million light-years, is made of both the visible matter that we can see along with the so-called dark matter that we cannot see.
I guess that was informative. Maybe.

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Old 12-16-2017, 10:28 PM   #3793
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How about this pool sign?Attachment 158490

Reminds me of the hot springs pool we used in La Grande, OR. That pool wasn’t refreshing whatsoever- it was hot! Until you got in the hot tube and that was HOTTER.
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Old 12-17-2017, 10:23 AM   #3795
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Old 12-17-2017, 10:29 AM   #3796
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OH NO! Calves and donkeys and... and... and... all kinds of cute living things.

Including GASP, spiders and ants and snakes!
Yes, though we saw no spiders or snakes, we definitely saw ants. Ants are part of the life of camping (heck...of living) in the southern U.S.

I mentioned having to drive past the owners house, with all his old farm equipment. Here is one of his tractors. This thing still runs and he uses it to keep the campgrounds, and his property, looking nice, neat and trim.

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And this is the only indication that there is a campground back there. You can see the tractor and the owners house off to the left of the "road".

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Nice old 'Bird', what does it say on the front?

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Nice old 'Bird', what does it say on the front?

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Bet they’re used to getting a little extra dessert a lot of the time...
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