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New Q And A with FF on MW
03-11-2018, 07:12 PM, (This post was last modified: 03-11-2018, 07:18 PM by Seeker9.)
New Q And A with FF on MW
I didn't provide a link cuz I don't like steering ppl away from the forum, plus, I don't know how to provide links with this phone Smile
03-11-2018, 07:37 PM,
New Q And A with FF on MW

03-11-2018, 07:53 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW
Thank you Crazyfamily!
03-11-2018, 07:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 03-11-2018, 07:59 PM by Becky from WV.)
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW
@anyone - 1600 miles at 35 mph for 4 days equates to almost 12 hrs of actual driving per day. That does NOT even count the breaks for meals & peepee. Add in water times & store-shopping ... that's a lot of bull. I mean, ... a lot of driving.

NOT calling FF out on this, but I do NOT see how it was done so efficiently.

Notice also how FF works into the mix that he sat "in the middle". Is that a hint? It is a definite one to me. But those searchers without TTOTC wouldn't know that, would they? Get the book ... everybody!
03-11-2018, 09:13 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW

I have been pushing Hell's Half Acre for years! Even asked RahRah to search it for me. The old driveway formed two omegas, by the way.

03-11-2018, 09:23 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW

03-13-2018, 12:45 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW
(03-11-2018, 09:23 PM)OH! Wrote: Whew!

OH!, yes the closed minded idiots on CC just don't see the marvelous 43 109 connections... Smile

Seriously, there's good comments there. Read dejoka's query to you and think about it. Do you ever stop to wonder if these numbers do not apply to coordinates but to something else?
I want this to be a fair fight. I'll shoot him in the back myself. That's the Code of the West!

03-13-2018, 01:11 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW
At a certain point it would have made the ol’ “It’s not too late to turn this car around!” threat a moot point...
My wife gets out of school this summer and we’re planning to go to Santa Fe...
03-13-2018, 10:42 PM,
RE: New Q And A with FF on MW
I hope the stress that seems to be apparent doesn't throw a major wench
into the choreography.

OH! I should say something about the "New Q And A with FF on MW" . . .
I think that he gave a small hint there (but I don't think it was related
to an aardvark burking up the wrong tree).
03-14-2018, 09:10 AM, (This post was last modified: 03-14-2018, 09:14 AM by crazyfamily.)
New Q And A with FF on MW
Alright, a couple things about this:

1) Evaporative cooling only works well in arid climates.
2) The thing is called a Desert Bag
3) What is the climate like in Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico in June and August


This premium flax, collapsible water bag was designed to provide cold drinking water for our troops in the original war in Iraq, Desert Storm. It holds about one gallon of water and keeps the water cool via evaporation. Works like the old radiator bags from the glory days of route 66. Built to rugged military specs it will give years of service and will pay for itself many times over by providing cold water without ice, in any type of weather. It includes a pair of straps to hang the bag and a string to close the neck at the top of the bag. The bag is 20 inches long and 8 1/2 inches wide.

History: In the "olden days", before air conditioning and modern coolers, people used to hang canvas water bags in front of the car's radiator. This helped prevent the radiator from overheating and also provided cool drinking water.

Vintage water bags routinely sell on eBay for upwards of $50.

Note: these canvas water bags are not designed to "hold" water - they are meant to slowly drip at first, and then become damp, so evaporation can work to cool the water. You will want to soak them thoroughly before first use - it may take anywhere from a few hours to a full days to completely swell the fibers of the bag and seal it. Once done the bag should not drip too often but rather maintain a damp surface. Cooling performance will depend on the relative humidity in the air. The drier the air is, the faster the evaporation and cooling will be, just like a swamp cooler.


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