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Thanks for the Memories….

BEFORE- Acres of impenetrable brush and miles of pine trees

One of the things about getting older is the time just seems to fly by!  It does not seem like I have been here north of Newton, Tx for 51 weeks.   Don’t get me wrong,  it has been a good run here.  Nice people, a great job near completion and a profitable endeavor. Can’t really ask more than that now can you?  The only negative aspect was the distance to the sticks and bricks in Dallas.  280 miles one way is not a casual trip.

AFTER – The

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The Ultimate RV Internet Access Project – Part Five. Equipment List.

After two weeks of research, the equipment to upgrade internet access in my motor home is on the way. Let’s look at it and I will try to explain why I bought each particular piece. Starting at the top….

The outside antenna from Cellantenna.com:

Yagi 14 element dual band cellular antenna

CAY819 Dual Band/World Band Yagi  59.95 + $13.25 shipping =  $73.20

Outside antenna selection is so critical to an internet access setup.  The omni-directional antennas like the popular Wilson Trucker’s antenna are not a consideration.  The best omni antennas are less than 6db gain.  The good part is that

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Is an RV generator necessary for your motor home, fifth wheel or trailer?

I was changing the oil in my rv generator today and it got me to thinking. The generator in my 1993 Dolphin 32D motorhome is not the latest whiz bang technology. It is a Generac 6.6kw propane fueled RV type generator with almost 2000 hours on it. It has been nearly trouble free and the few things that have gone wrong with it like the voltage regulator was easily diagnosed and replaced by me with little effort.  I can’t say if the older, simpler technology has contributed to the longevity of this generator or not.  I do know

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