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Discussion in 'Tow Vehicles, Hitch & Towing' started by jmkay1, Jul 28, 2019.
See, too much information.....
Lol!! Get some sleep dude!
When I first started at my current company (been there 25 years now), I spent the first 2 years working nights.....hated every minute of it, never did get used to it.....ugh.
Yea , not so easy watching a 7 year old, now im wide awake. 2nd wind. So i will have a few adult beverages and hope to be in bed by 11. Up at 6 am for the kido and off to camp with her. So no rest for the weary. Eventually i conk out for like 24 hrs , no eating just sleep. Thank god for mom, at 83 still has more energy then me. I can only hope at that age age i can still walk.
I know. So I wouldn't be upset if you called me "she". I was just pointing out as you did there was no way to tell other than reading previous context.
He dosent know all!
I actually dont like knowing, as each has there own to add. And not knowing and not neededing to assigne it to a gender makes it better.
I can relate to that. If anyone cared to click my profile it says "male"
And if I were to take the time to click hers it says "female"
I don't care if I converse with a male or female, I just know I wouldn't care to be confused with a female (though "neighbormike" hopefully takes any guessing out of it)
Yea , i need sleep. Lol. And dont care who is who. I meet them in the rallys, and then forget what there names are. No big deal. If you can learn from others or give advice all is good in the world. It matters that people want to help. Thats basicly it.
Other note birds are dive bombing my house at 10 pm . Weird . Have to go outside to see why. ( like i would know anyway)
It'd be fun to meet some of the folks here! Probably safer I don't lol!
The people here , and irl are great. I couldent be happier meeting likeminded folk. Even if we dont always agree. Camping , no matter how you do it is a mind set.
another hing that might help and will not hurt anyway. Try balancing the tires and make sure the pressure is according to the side of the tires.
I experience trailer sway very occasionally on highways in poor condition (ie pavement grooves for the trailer tires to lock in) or during intense wind.
It could also just be the wind. I noticed some minor sway on one trip last year that was east-west. Most of my trips are north-south and have never felt it on any of those before or after that one. So I can only assume it was due to the winds that usually come out of the S/SW here that were pushing the pup a bit.