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Old 08-21-2015, 01:49 PM   #3123
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I'm adding this topic to my participation thread list to stay up with all the great photography education on gear and things. Learning a bunch so far. Thanks.
Ampman... glad you appreciate the chat. And the same to you other folks who have appreciated the discussion.

BUT, PETERH-AIRSTREAMER is not tolerant of us discussing photography in this thread of his. So.... perhaps head over to the other thread I started, so as to avoid further photography discussion in PETERH's thread:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f415...ns-140052.html
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Old 08-21-2015, 02:15 PM   #3124
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Maybe both threads are all good? If you bought camera gear for your Airstream, post it here. The other thread is also good for more details on cameras. All good.

Last night, we bought 4 new steak knives for the trailer since the first set we bought all bent at the tip.

Still love my trailer 😃
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Old 08-21-2015, 02:23 PM   #3125
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^^^^ would love to see a picture.


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It is far from the first time that this thread has taken a small diversion to answer questions about the things mentioned.

Even Ray Charles can see this.

When any thread gets over 3000 posts, it's implied that not all are on target.

Sure as heck would hate to camp next to a person so possessive of cyberspace.

Good move on DHart starting a new and very interesting thread to help keep this thread 'on topic' as it was optimistically referred to earlier. I'm posting over there and just shared a link to my images, in an attempt to derail DHarts thread like he did here. You get what you give sucker. Photography and travel are synonymous. Travel and Airstreams are synonymous. But I get it, we have all had threads derailed and I don't like it either when it happens to me, however harmlessly.

Oops, I better get back on topic..

I dreamed about my future Airstream again today.

Want to see a picture?




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Old 08-21-2015, 02:43 PM   #3126
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Here's the pic, Dan. Enjoy 😃

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Old 08-21-2015, 02:52 PM   #3127
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Sweet. For camping, we use the knives with sheaths over blade. Plastic slip ons. We have found them at Bed Bath Beyond, Amazon of course, but a common item. $15-25/each. Kitchen Aid makes nice stuff in our experience. We have a big set of Wustof Classic knives at home with steak knife set. Those Kitchen Aid look great for the camper.
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Old 08-21-2015, 02:58 PM   #3128
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New Solar Panel!

Replaced the fiberglass rock guard on my 1967 GT with a 100W solar panel!. There is plexiglass in front of the solar cells to protect them from rocks, etc. Turned out well, I think!
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Looks much nicer, and I bet the power it generates is a happy thing as well.


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On topic, a new bottle of shampoo and conditioner to leave in the trailer. Would hate to run out far from the nearest Walmart. Photo documentation is attached and was taken with the camera in my IPad.
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Old 08-21-2015, 03:56 PM   #3131
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That's some fine looking poo

Glad to see thread back on topic.

Dry sense of humor, but to OP, this is a great thread.

Gives much needed insight to new folks like me.


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This is my favorite forum thread. Reading it daily has cost me a ton of money trying to keep up with the Jones. 😜
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Old 08-21-2015, 05:27 PM   #3133
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awchief.... You use the same shampoo as me, well, that is what I find in our airstream, the wife buys it...
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It was an impulse buy and was on sale.
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On topic, a new bottle of shampoo and conditioner to leave in the trailer. Would hate to run out far from the nearest Walmart. Photo documentation is attached and was taken with the camera in my IPad.
Hi, I use Suave; It's just about the cheapest you can buy and it works good too. Hard to find but I buy the one that is a shampoo and conditioner all in one. Saves water this way.
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Hi, I like this idea and was considering doing it myself. I just never checked to see what size, if any, would fit inside of my rock guard. My rock guard has a spider crack in it and I would replace it with clear Lexan.
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