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Old 06-05-2011, 09:50 PM   #2983
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Thanks for the kudos - but we can't take all the credit. Although we redesigned - we did use existing Airstream ideas in other trailers - like the 07 CCD's Slide out - but instead of straight back we used the curved wood they put over the wheel wells - that we scoffed from the 99 excella. I did the brain work behind the design and measurements and exactly how I wanted it to fit the ModPod - Peter built the entire unit. But we took it into a cabinet place to have it all laminated. We would have done it ourselves if we were using formica - but instead we decided to go with the real McCoy aluminum Laminate.

I like to sew when I have the chance - which is not very often - curtains that is so they were a lot of fun to do. I still have to put some simple velcro pieces on the privacy curtain to keep it in place on the night table side - but thus far I have not needed to. I have found that it is great for quick changes too - I can leave my door open and all the blinds up dash in after golf and change out to the night club clothes - oh now that was a big lie - I don't even go to night clubs ROFL!!! but you get the idea.

I have a few inside maintenance issues - like the floor linoleum has buckled along the edge of the Galley cupboards. I know they don't glue that cheap stuff down - but not sure why it has stayed buckled now for two years. Starting to bug me so I will do something about it this summer.

The wall by the kitchen sink has a trim piece that has come away - but you can't screw into anything because it backs onto the fibber glass shower unity. I did a fix once and it lasted two years but all the bouncing has made it all loose again. They put nice aluminum trim on the back between the counter and outside wall panels - and silly silicon on the sides - well that has been replaced 4 times - now I am putting aluminum trim there instead.

I need to replace the bathroom exhaust fan too. That is pretty much it - other than to rig up a place for the extra table to sit - I usually don't bother bringing it with me. Was thinking I could slide it under the bed - but would have to make a hole for the mount to drop in ( if not it will be like sleeping in the fairy-tale Princess and the Pea ( LadyB & the Table Mount). I wonder if both tables would fit up there - should try that - and would be the perfect solution. Poles can live in the closet.
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Old 06-12-2011, 12:34 PM   #2984
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Getting there...

So while everyone is camping - hmm I am jealous. We are still working hard to get our place up for sale.

OMG have you ever wondered where all the clothes come from?? I just purged mine and taking 4 huge bags to the Diabetes Clothe collection.

Peter is framing in the new bathroom upstairs, and I am about to start mudding the walls and all the popped screws on another wall where Peter put in a sun room addition - with all the banging all the drywall screws popped.

I am doing the staining of the kitchen island too that he finished last year and give all the kitchen cupboards their final coat of paint.

Thought I would have time to get at the trailer maintenance but that will have to wait now for another week. Priorities priorities.

We finally have word that our flood claim cheque will arrive next week - so our huge financial crisis will finally be over. Peter is heading back to work on Wednesday for light duty and see how he fairs - I hope he will be sensible but then we all know men - ha they think they are super man wannabes.

Have one more load to the Auction tomorrow and the garage will be all purged with nothing left in any of the out-buildings.

Once the inside is finished I will have some major gardening to do - has not been done for three years. With all the rain we have had and the few warm days things look like Jurasic park - I will have fun with the sheers for sure.

Alas I would much rather be out on the road camping and having fun than doing all this - but all in good time. One more year of school and then I will be able to start my knew life out on the road travelling North America till I drop!
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Wow Ladybug, you have alot on your plate!!! Sounds like you are a whippersnapper and have the gungho stuff to get 'er did! (as my brother says). Well I wish you the best and hope for a full recovery for Peter and a quick sell of your house so you can hit the road in your Streamer!! My sister Sherry and I are both selling our houses too, so we're in the middle of clearing out, cleaning up and fixing up. It's all good but can make life kinda loco!!

Take care Ladybug and hope everything goes your way and I get to see you at the PJ Rally at Lake Huron. Ciao!! ~Cari~
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Still at it..

Peter has been refused his release back to work papers!! He has not been well this past week - barely gets in a few ours of doing stuff and then he is exhausted. Had an afternoon of vomiting too. The Dr. Confirmed that his nuets are low and whites cells up again - fighting yet another infection of sorts. They call it nuetraphilia (sp) Will check him on Monday to see if his labs level out - or he will have to go on a course of antibiotics which of course makes him even more susceptible. So he is far too high risk to re-enter the populous at this time.

This is a precarious time following transplants, where the body basically relearns how to combat the simplest of infections. He too has to learn how to pace himself and not set his expectations too high.

Still no word on his benefits - so we are still running without any income. Might have to join the hand out line soon. I have no idea what we would have done without my father!!

So on our small bathroom reno that has to be put in before we can list the house - I am having to do so much more than I normally would to help him out. What would take him a two day job has stretched out to a full week. I feel so helpless in making him feel better - he is so disappointed right now and feeling terribly stressed with the run around his benefit company is putting him through - it is so damn unfair and totally unnecessary.

I was able to book my Security Guard exam for next week - then a week to get the results before you can submit the application for the Photo I.D that then take at least 3-6 weeks to come by mail. Gosh at this rate I hope I will get the license for when I return to school and pick up part time work during school.

We posted a bunch of items on the AS Classifieds and yesterday I got almost played for a $200 shipping scam - effers out their - they should all be hung and shot. I am lucky that I am savvy in the ways of wording - but I wonder how many people fall for these traps. It is so horrible that people prey on innocent people - just sickens me!!! So no more classifieds for me.

I have ear marked the rally now - zeroing in on the idea. Still have to wait for the pennies from heaven. But the amount that people owe us right now we should be okay if it all comes in time.

Well taking a break from the house for a bit and get at some of the trailer maintenance. Fun work as far as I'm concerned. Ha right about now I would say owning a house is so very much overrated and bloody expensive to run too.
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Hi Sharon, I hope Peter is doing better on his levels and that you are able to recoop on the items you are wanting to sell. I am hoping for quieter and more fun times ahead for both of you asap.

Steph, Suz and I had lunch today. You were missed. Maybe next time you are here we will get all the Rivettes together again, at least the board. Talked to Vicki and they are having a good time at RR.
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Bet you had lots of laughs - it would have been great to see you all. Hope you are all well - and getting out in your airstreams.

Just the other day I was running through old photos to try and find some winter ones of our house to run a loop on my imac for showings - of course along with some really neat nature at its best around here shots too.

I came across the photos of you and Sue at "Franken...something or another" Remember the down pour with the skies just opening up on us - and Sue you got Niagara falls off that Hot Dog Tent - oh we laughed so hard - not at you of course but with you - I think I almost weeeeed myself!!!. Wow that seems like an ion ago!!

Peter got his short term back pay finally after almost 8 weeks, but they made him go through all the tests and even more forms as he flipped on to Long Term during that time - so another 5 week delay in his benefits arggg - bureaucratic paper work

He is still doing fabulous on the non-diabetic side, but slow in recovering on the immune suppressant end of things. He is on two medications that they are now reducing - so hopefully that will level him out more. But they are saying it will be at least another 2-3 months before he can return with a safe immune system that will not put him at high risk for severe infection and risk of rejection to his new islet cells. He is in good spirits though, and relishing in not having to take insulin - wear a pump, and worry endless about fatal low blood sugars. He says for now it is a fair trade off and no regrets. Although it is hard for him to be off work this long - he enjoys his job on the most part. He knows it will take time for his system to become strong again - he just has to be patient and welcome this long hiatus from work and make the best of the down time.

With the house now listed, and all the little jobs done and out of the way. He can start to enjoy a bit of the summer and relax - play with the ladybug and get in some kayaking maybe.

We have had action already on our home - 2 unofficial showings on Saturday day of listing and 1- official one on Monday and they are returning for a second showing this coming Sunday - along with the Agents open house this Sunday too - so we are keeping our fingers crossed for a quick sale.

Although it would mean an early closing and then the job of actually packing and moving everything left into storage - hmm not looking forward to that part at all. May consider a moving company this time around.

I will start to pack up the extra stuff in the kitchen cupboards, linens and stuff we really don't use.

Peter will have to start packing up his garage items too.

I am on the hunt for accommodations close to College - looked at a place today - and have my old place from last year, that the LandLady and I have patched up our differences and may consider trying again. I really loved the farm and it was only 10 minutes from the College and lots of room to store my trailer. She was very happy with me as a tenant. Just both she and I had money difficulties really out of our control.

Stretching ModPods legs this weekend. Friend from College and I are going about 40 minutes from home to shoot the Frankford Blues Festival. So I suggested a weekend of camping at the same time. Staying at a Provincial Park with only electric -so I thought I better flush the fresh water tank and check the water pump - ugh it is broke??? and the water in the tank smells like rotten eggs. So I borrowed Peter's pump from lady bug for the weekend and need to get mine seen too. And gave the water system a good sanitizing. Took the stabilizers off - the two fronts are ceased from my winter travel (opps forgot to grease them up when I got back), so they are getting serviced and bolts welded on for the 12V drill/rachet set up - save this old gal from cranking up and down.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:10 PM   #2989
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Frankenmuth and all that polka! Well today was the earliest I said I would be there and I am not there so the crunch to leave for Kentucky is on!
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Dropping in to say hi and catch up a bit. I did not realize I hid for so long but guess I did. I am having the AS redecorated thinking maybe I will just fulltime in it. Since that was the plan before DH passed away. Anyway not much new with me just wanted to say Hi and see how all of you were doing. Be well and I will try not to be such a hermit and check in more often.
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Wow

Look at that - been a way a few months and they have completely re-decorated the place - Air Forums that is Change is good a little confusing but always a refreshing start to a day....I say keep moving the furniture around keeps you from falling into a funk...

Well hello there Victoria. So nice to hear that you are getting out in that airstream of yours.

So what's up in the land of ModPod...
As mentioned only got out for a 3 day weekend, since then my friend from College has spent more time in her on my driveway and has re-named her "The Ritz".

Last weekend I got to stay in her and start to get her ready to be my temporary home until funding comes in for College. Ha you know me the poor starving student who is presently homeless, if it were not for my sweet little ModPod.

We saved the house in the final hour - almost had the deal closed and went crawling to the bank begging. It just was totally unfair to uproot Peter before he had a chance to get back on his feet. So they said they would help us out when he returned full time back to work - we hoped that would be NOW but not for a few weeks. Which left me in a crunch to afford going back to school. The commute would kill me - so I put out humbling call to find a driveway to tough out the shoulder season in the ModPod. A fellow classmate graciously offered her country home - driveway for me. So we have moved cameras, computers and me about an hour closer to the College.

Peter has finally made it over the hump and is enjoying stable blood levels on both sides of the coin - Diabetes and the Immune suppressant side. He is feeling 100% better now and is gaining his energy back every day. It has been a long time off work but he is very much looking forward to going back and getting is life started again. They are sending him back in increments so that he does not get too stressed too soon. So on Oct 3rd he returns part time for a couple of weeks, then increasing to full time over a month duration.

I am of course back at school for my second year in Photojournalism - and in just 2 days of classes we have lots of assignments.

We only have another month of financial worries and then hopefully both our lives will start to look up again. It has all been very humbling but very rewarding at the same time. Ha I have nothing else to sell but my piano - which I just might have to do. As this College support staff strike has put a big delay in the OSAP funding process. Since mine is complicated I need processing as they say - which does not help me with accommodation, food, gas and equipment now tee hee....oh well I will make it somehow - might have to loose a few more pounds by the end of this frugal period.

ModPod had a quick maintenance shake down with still lots to do but no time to get her done. I can not believe how much she is corroding everywhere!!! Filiform everywhere. Not super noticeable but eventually it will look horrible. Just to avoid the tail lights from serious pitting I have had to remove some of the flaking clear coat and rub down the white chalky corrosion. I got a quote to get them re-done and have been advised NOT to re-clearcoat them as it encourages corrosion to form underneath. I have no idea when I will have the time to remove the lights and the door hinges to get them done. So may have to wait until the spring.

Well that is all my news.

Where is everyone - is this thread experiencing a slow death??? surely people are out there - watchall doin?
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Old 09-23-2011, 03:48 PM   #2992
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Yes, we silver sisters are still out here! Can't keep a good woman down for long, just temporarily out for a second or two!

Sharon, wow, you are amazing! And Peter too! I applaud you both in your go-to attitudes even as you experience life piling on alot of challenges, life threatening too! Man, you are soooo due for a break!! I don't even know you two but I feel humbled just hearing your story. It gives me perspective on how my obstacles are nothing in comparison to yours and how I'm grateful for them because it obviously could be alot worse. I hope that Peter (and finances) keep getting healthier and heathier. I wish you so much and will be rooting for you all the way over here in Oregon.

Hey Carol, are you in Kentucky now? What have you been up to? I haven't really communicated to you since the PJ party was cancelled until next year. I would love to meet up with you silver sister gals in the near future so lets talk. I don't really know what the traveling weather would be like in your neck of the woods so maybe we might plan on meeting in the spring. Either way, I would love to get some dialogue going.

Well sweet silver sisters, take good care of yourselves and know you are very special!!!! Love Cari

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Victoria, welcome back! It's good to hear from you again. We would love to see pictures of the new look after the redecorating. Don't be gone so long!

I have heard from Sharon and she is doing famously, winning awards and being published, working hard but building an impressive portfolio in photo journalism. I'm sooo jealous. We are proud of you and glad your talent is being noticed and rewarded.

Cari, I am working locally at home in Michigan now. I was only gone a matter of a week to ten days this last time out. The warehouse temps and humidity were too much during this summer's heat wave causing vasculitis of the legs so I returned early and found other employment. YES, we should keep trying to get a meet going! Are you considering going to Alumapalooza next spring perhaps? How about anyone else?

We didn't make it to Port Huron but Brad and I just went camping Columbus Day at Port Austin at Port Crescent State Park and that was also very nice on Lake Huron and not very far away. We may go out for Thanksgiving again this year if we can get away.

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Carol, sounds and looks like you've been having some good times in your AS. The pictures are beautiful! Yes, I'm definitely coming out to Alumapalooza next year! I will definitely hook up with all the Silver Sisters that are there. Until then, I'm going to see if I can mosy (s?) down south for some more adventures in my Airstream. Don't know when or where, just that I'm going...dammit! :>)

So I will talk with you all later (Sharon, Pinky, Carol, Victoria, etc) and keep you posted on my tales. If you can, I would love to keep up with all your lives too. Take good care of yourselves because you are priceless and irreplaceable to this world and all those you touch. Hugs!! ~Cari~
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Thanks for your kind words Carol!

Well things are somewhat winding down if there is such a thing in this course!! Our Reading week - also know as fall break is coming up tomorrow and not soon enough. It has been a really intense first half of the semester - they start you off flying in the first week and you basically have no life (well for us older folks anyway as we take our studies and grades seriously) not like when I was 20 an in school ha.

Unfortunately I am stuck in Ontario for this break - I was really hoping my school funding would have come through by now - but of course it is coming in the middle of next week leaving me with no time to book or plan a nice break away.

So instead I am going to take advantage of the spare time and get a jump on about 10 assignments that are coming up in November and get them done now so that I might be able to have a bit of social time come November.

I will soon be able to look for accommodation in town - I am so looking forward to having a more permanent place to live. Although I love my trailer - it is a little trying running on 15 amp and dumping the blue buggy - the dang hot water tank is finicky with all the rain and wind and leaves me with "kettle" baths too many times for my liking!

Peter has been back to work now for two weeks part time and doing really well. He steps up to 30 hours for the next two weeks and back to full time by the end of November.

Despite the homework I am really loving the course and this past weekend I had my first real taste of being sent out by a paper to cover a few events - there was no promises, but two small stories and 6 of my photographs were published - a huge confidence builder for sure.

As Carol said the judging came in from our summer shooting from Jim Wilkes of the Toronto Start and my "bucking bronco" shot won the Sports Category.
This was at one of the many summer fairs that was happening in late August

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- I have never been to a rodeo before - it was smelly hot and still a lot of fun! I did not get a pass to be in the ring - but hung through the fence - at one point a bull dumped its rider and then headed straight for me - OMG that was too funny - all I could think about was Crocodile Dundee when he made that big cow lay down on the road..So under my breath I was going humimmmm and he stopped dead in his tracks.

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I also had honourable mention as a favourite photo in an exhibition called The Energy Project. They actually published this one in Black and White as everything the Org - Photosensity does is in black and white but it just does not do this photo justice. Especially the little "carrot tops" They were the sweetest kids! I was driving home from school just after we were given the assignment to shoot "energy" - I caught the kiddies jumping and the solar panels out the corner of my eye - took about two seconds to process and did a u-turn and drove up to the farm house and hoped that their Mom would let me photograph them.
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Here is the College Photojournalism Website that they use to upload our our test portfolios - nothing special and we had barely any time to review our 100's of photos to make a selection to add to our previous year portfolio. Basically we have to cover several categories such as feature, portraits, sports, photo story etc. So thus far my portfolio is built on highest grade photos 80+ scores and anything I have published thus far except this past weekend did not make it....
Class of 2012 | Loyalist College Photojournalism

Here are the photos recently published - just simple community events happening. The caption information is included in the photo file if you want to know what the photo is about.

These three photos along with a short story were published.
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We have to shoot in all lighting situations and we are NOT allowed to use the "auto" function on the cameras. I have a nice low light fast lens but still have to use fill flash sometimes. Nikon has a great system that you can have the flash off body to disburse ugly shadows. I have learned so much my brain is almost to full capacity LOL. The problem with that is that you have to remember all this stuff too ug.

I then had to run to another event and was lucky enough to have this little story and photos also included in the same paper.

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Lastly when I was about done shooting - I had to find the Giant Pumpkin Weigh off and just lucked out as the venue had been changed - I was heading out of town and got stuck behind the stream of trucks carrying their huge pumpkins. Hate to give you a spot of Bad news - but the Canadians just snapped the World Record weight away from the American!! Can you believe a pumpkin can weigh 1818.5 pounds!!!!!
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Well that is all my news for now. I am going to have to think about winterizing soon dipping into the 40's at night - ug...I hope I can hold out until at least the middle of November. That will only leave me three weeks to till I finish the first Semester. Without having to get into some heavy duty rent.

Take care

What is everyone up to these days??? Anyone heading south for the winter? I hope to be heading south for my 3 week break and most likely will head down to Charleston with the ModPod....
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Hi Everyone! Just checking in!
It is getting to be fall here in OH. We are sick of the rain. Ohio has surpassed all of its written history for amounts of rainfall this year. Luckily, Larry and I have missed alot of the wet weather. We were off being footloose this summer. We left in June and camped the northern tier of states out to WA, then parked the rig in WA for a month while we climbed on the big ferry and went to visit friends in Alaska. They live on island in SE AK, and took us to lots of great places. Then we camped our way back home. We have saved up and looked forward to doing this for the past 25 yrs. and are really glad we got the opportunity to go...finally.
Sharon- Larry is wishing he had your expertise with the camera. I bought him a Nikon D7000 for our trip. He got a couple of great lenses. He is having a good time and taking good photos. One of these days maybe you can give pointers!
Carol- Wishing we could have bumped into you this season somewhere. Sounds like you are working lots and lots.

Larry and I are going to what may be the last rally of this camping season. The Anniversary/Chili Cook-Off Rally at Findley SP is Oct. 27-30. We are going to enter the cookoff too. Looks like we will have a bunch of silva trailahs there. Wish you could all join us! Come if you are close enough, everyone is welcome!

Someone needs to throw another log on our virtual campfire!!
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