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Old 05-16-2011, 04:13 PM   #15
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Nice story, thanks for sharing.

We had wasps of some sort take up residence in our propane pipes, as apparently they like the odor. Once cleaned out, a bit of screen over the end has kept them from returning.


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The screen is an excellent idea- I'm off to get some now!
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:18 PM   #16
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PS - find anything interesting to do around that conservation area?

We've already been to see Alexander Graham Bell's childhood home! We will bring mountain bikes and geocaching gear and hope the rain is gone by the weekend!

The Conservation Area was fine; it's very big so bikes are a good idea. A lot of these places don't really wake up until Victoria Day so I guess things will be working better next weekend.

We visited the Royal Mohawk Chapel in Brantford, where the guide was excellent, and we would have gone to the Woodlands Centre and the Mohawk Institute for some history but the weather was just so awful we didn't get there.
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Andy Thompson (towing guru to the stars).
We saw one of Andy's creations a couple of years ago in Ajo, Arizona. It was a little tiny rig (Subaru size) towing a 34' Classic. Could not believe it! Got to talking with the nice folks (Canucks) and learned Andy had built the lash-up for them. They were overjoyed how well it towed, gas mileage, etc. It certainly caught everyone's attention at our park!
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Bob, I couldn't make out the Atwood part number from your picture. Would you please post it? I'd like to make sure I get the proper spare also.
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Hi, found another picture with the part number showing a little bit better. [Atwood #93866]
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Hi, found another picture with the part number showing a little bit better. [Atwood #93866]

Thanks Bob, I'll order a pack of them today.
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