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  1. Burnside Bob
    Thanks for answering. I guess we've never gotten enough birds at one time for them to declare a truce. We do have a maple tree about 40' from the feeders and the aggressive birds will perch in that tree and watch the feeders. When any other hummer comes along, they attack.
    The most birds i've ever seen at the feeders is 4. And that didn't last long.
    They are fun to watch, but we didn't realize how much they would fight. And its not just the feeders. We have had one male Anna's, for two years now, that sits at the top of our tallest apple tree and attacks any hummers that come to the row of blue berries, now in full bloom.

    Burnside
  2. Burnside Bob
    Hi Robert:

    You recently posted a photo of your hummingbird feeders. How do you get those little guys to get along? We are about 20 miles from you, so must have the same kinds of hummers (Anna's and Rufous), but they fight like banshees.

    Yours,

    Burnside
  3. leeburstrogh
    Hello, I was just reading in a argosy 454 p30 engine swap, and you siad take it out the bottom many a couple times.. I have a 74 argosy and a new engine to go in her. just looking for a shop or way to get it in. current shop wants 4k and says they have to take it up and out the side door?? I read the post of the guy taking it out the front, in his driveway. I have read others saying that some 454 in p30 chasis wont go out the bottom. is this true?
  4. DIR1
    08-27-2016 02:08 PM
    DIR1
    HI there... it's the West: Shirley Valentine Rally on the forum... Maggie (Maggie & Lily) will be there... it started out being a girls rally, but several are bringing husbands... that's good, somebody to open the wine!! Hahaha...all told, maybe 10 or 12 rigs.... they are from all over.... started out being in the L Loop, but I'm not up to date on it now.... hugs and love to you two!!!
  5. Robo104
    05-23-2016 03:04 PM
    Robo104
    Hello Robert,
    I saw a previous post about your fresh water tank removal on your Safari. I have a 99 25C Safari that I am attempting to put a Garnet See Level sender on the fresh water tank only. When I put the sender on what I thought was the tank & it didn't work, I noticed from your photos that I was putting the sender on the pan the tank sits in ! My C model puts the end of the tank under the pull out pantry & I'm trying to come up with another way NOT to dissemble the cabinetry. Do you think it would be possible to carefully cut an access on the black pan that holds the tank (front or back side) to expose a working surface on the tank to place the sensor & fashion a nice plate to seal it up ? I was an aircraft mech. for 30 + years at Delta, but realize knowledge of how things are put together is foremost. Any advice is appreciated.
    My phone # if want to call is 574-205-2407
    Thx,
  6. Robo104
    05-23-2016 03:02 PM
    Robo104
    Hello Robert,
    I saw a previous post about your fresh water tank removal on your Safari. I have a 99 25C Safari that I am attempting to put a Garnet See Level sender on the fresh water tank only. When I put the sender on what I thought was the tank & it didn't work, I noticed from your photos that I was putting the sender on the pan the tank sits in ! My C model puts the end of the tank under the pull out pantry & I'm trying to come up with another way NOT to dissemble the cabinetry. Do you think it would be possible to carefully cut an access on the black pan that holds the tank (front or back side) to expose a working surface on the tank to place the sensor & fashion a nice plate to seal it up ? I was an aircraft mech. for 30 + years at Delta, but realize knowledge of how things are put together is foremost. Any advice is appreciated.
    My phone # if want to call is 574-205-2407
    Thx,
  7. idroba
    09-10-2015 10:38 PM
    idroba
    Hi,

    Send a message to moderator DKB_SATX about your CP issue. He is very good and his job/business is related to solving computer issues. Tell him idrob (rob allen) suggested he might be able to help you out. He has a very busy life, but is also very helpful.
  8. Drathaar
    12-09-2014 09:28 AM
    Drathaar
    Robert, where can you buy the Ford cameras and wire looms? I would like to pick one up for when my camper is on the truck.

    Steve

    Oops, that was supposed to be a PM.
  9. DIR1
    10-14-2014 07:01 PM
    DIR1
    Hey!!! I went in to change my Avatar Pic to the great one you took at JJRV and there was a PM from you!!!!! hahaha... I missed it...hope you two..opps three are having fun!!! hugs, gail and crew
  10. TinCrumpet
    7734 ..funny...

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    2005 Safari 25-B
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