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    No new posts in almost a month - is this thing on?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Viking View Post
    No new posts in almost a month - is this thing on?
    Seems odd but there are instances where no posts have come in for weeks and almost a full month. I guess people are busy paddling. 😎
    If by chance some day you're not feeling well and you should remember some silly thing I've said or done and it brings back a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart, then my purpose has been fulfilled.
    Red Skelton


    • #3
      Hey don’t blame me!!
      I’ve been busy with too many other things lately
      i promise I’ll post some paddling stuff in a week or two once I get home from Tennessee


      • #4
        Well, I've done work weekends with NFCT last 2 weekends - campsite improvements and clean up on Valcor Island followed by portage repairs, a new privy, and campsite improvements on Indian Carry. Good times and great folk.


        • #5
          Certainly not calling anyone lazy or anything - was wondering if there was a tech thing or something. Don' t recall seeing an active site go this long but apparently there no issues. As Craig stated, seems odd. Good thing all is well.

          I'd like to see a couple before/after shots of the work projects!


          • DuctTape
            DuctTape commented
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            Might have been a tech thing. I noticed i could not log on for a while. After contacting admin, it was apparently due to not be being case-sensitive with my username. Apparently this was in a recent vbulletin update.So others might not be able to login without realizing this too.

        • #6
          My projects may be boring for most, interesting for a few.
          when I get home I can post up another motorhome repair/retitle, finishing of our new home’s screened back porch, transfer case gearset (4:1 from 2.6:1) swap in my cj5, carbon copies of a 17’9” cruiser, helping a buddy build a cedar stripped Kite


          • #7
            Yes to all!