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I had read dozens of [ur l=  https ://rooftoptentguide. com/ gordigear-roof-top-tent-review/]Gordigear roof top tent reviews[/url] before I placed an order. Fortunately, most of them agreed that it is an easy-to-install, convenient and spacious item. Well, I am 100% satisfied with the choice I made.

Thank you for not spamming the writer boards. Your one post on camping about covered it all.  jt
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The Gallery / Thoughts from Heartsongsdiary
« Last post by Heartsongsdiary on December 03, 2021, 11:00:44 AM »
from time to time
my life makes
a stop over because
it sees a need beneath
what the eyes cannot see.

If only one of those
unexpected stops
helps to  change someone's
life for the better
it wasn't a waste of my
time.

In meeting  my heart's goal
to make a difference in the
world-it took a lot of heart
out of me...

the only time that is a
waste ,is that time where
one does nothing when the
need of others is greater
than ones own.

Life is like a gentle breeze
that blows many ways ,until
its satisfied standing still
where rivers meet and flowers
grow.

10:18am December 3, 2021
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Thanks for your reply DGSquared,


(I was actually writing a reply about the
time consuming ness of doing multiple things
that I will show you after this reply)

First I will write you this reply;


Nice to see that you also have several (other) types of Creativity going on!

I just had a look on Wikipedea to get an idea about what Tole painting is,
because I wasn't really specifically familiar with it that much,

Thinking about it some more makes me realise that I have seen
the results of such paintings,

I can imagine that for community theatre writing also can be handy
to write dialogues etc. etc..  ?




O.K. as promised I would also show you here the reply
I had 'coocked up' earlier;


To elaborate a little on the time aspect,

Since I have Multiple Blogs for example about

Movies, Music, Digital Photography, Cartoon & Art
and obviously also about Writing,

Writing on all of them indeed seems to be somewhat time consuming,
and it made me wonder if I couldn't better focus on just
one of them.

Only it's my experience now that it also can help to offer you
many more engaging and interesting posts to read, by also doing a little

Blending and also offering you other things to read
on my other Blogs.

For example Movies & Music and Photography often have interesting
possible connecting sub-topics, for exampel a possibilityl to write about an
Original Movie Soundtracks, and for example writing about, Fashion -
and Stage Photography etc. etc.

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Yes, I paint. Tole paint on wood with acrylics and I paint watercolor on 300lb paper.  I also do arts and crafts and love restoring old wooden pieces. I'm also active in community theater.

Post or PM the links of your blogs to me, please. I can't get your links to work.

Thanks.


~Deb
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Writing Games & Challenges / Re: Help write a story, 5 words at a time
« Last post by DGSquared on December 03, 2021, 05:51:44 AM »
...a beautiful island.

Where are...
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The Coffee Shop / Re: The MWC Bar/Red Barren Bar
« Last post by DGSquared on December 03, 2021, 05:48:49 AM »
Noiz, initiating the MWC zombie apocalypse.

Ha.


Well, I'm delusional. So, Bones, how about a margarita on the rocks, no salt? I'm using Tim's card tonight.



How is everyone this middle of the night?
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The Coffee Shop / Re: Quotes that make you stop
« Last post by DGSquared on December 03, 2021, 05:46:20 AM »
I don't mean to ignore you, Noiz. But I honestly don't know how tp o react to some of your comments.

I like you just fine and have seen you post some really funny and interesting things in the past. Please accept my apologies if I've ever made you feel bad. That is never ever my intention.

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The Writers Circle / Re: Do You Have Any Questions About My Self-Published Publication?
« Last post by HPvD on December 03, 2021, 05:41:27 AM »
Thanks for your reply,

Only I haven't seen many of you commenting about their own
Self-Published Publications yet,

Did you ever Self-Publish someting....?

and how did you approach Promoting it....?


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Self-Publishing Central / Re: WHYS?: A collection of answers to possible questions
« Last post by KerryDin on December 03, 2021, 05:37:35 AM »
I had read dozens of Gordigear roof top tent reviews before I placed an order. Fortunately, most of them agreed that it is an easy-to-install, convenient and spacious item. Well, I am 100% satisfied with the choice I made.
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Self-Publishing Central / How to Make Tent Camping More Comfortable
« Last post by KerryDin on December 03, 2021, 05:35:58 AM »
If you tried to go camping at least once, you surely know it is a wonderful experience. Like, there is no city noise and everyday routine. Both your mind and body can have a calm but active rest with fresh air, magnificent landscapes, and silent nature. And if there are friends or beloved family members nearby, the impressions certainly become even better!
However, leaving for a camping trip has some nuances that donít like neglecting them. If you are not an experienced tourist who has the best roof top tent and all other gear already packed and waiting for the next hike, you may not be aware of many lesser details. Here are seven tips that will certainly help you make your camping experience better by increasing the level of comfort you get.
Check the Tent
It is the first procedure you should apply before you even start thinking about what to put in your backpack. The point is, all the items required for a tent to function properly should be at your disposal. One missing peg or rope can spoil the entire trip because even the top-class hard shell roof top tent is unusable when you canít set it properly.
Additionally, you might want to check all the zippers of your tent attentively. They should be fully functional to prevent heat or cold issues. Moreover, a properly locked zipper means your environment remains isolated from the wildlife reality at night. You donít want some nasty bugs to crawl into your sleeping bag while youíre enjoying your fresh air sleep, do you?
RTFM or Can You Set that Tent?
Seriously, did you read that manual? You should read it at least once. It wonít hurt. A tent set wrongly will not only upset your inner perfectionist. An incorrect positioning and assembly mean the tent will be the reason to spoil your camping experience. Such a tent will probably leak even during a small rain or lose stability when the wind starts blowing.
Additionally, pick a plain surface to place your tent if itís not a roof top one. Make sure there are no pits or bumps underneath its bottom. Otherwise, you wonít sleep well. Therefore, your camping trip is almost guaranteed to be entirely spoiled.
Mattress or Mat: The Hidden Savior
Yes, you need a mat or air mattress, even if your tent is insanely waterproof. Why? It is because a waterproof bottom is not a heat-insulated one. So, a tent mat is your solution to prevent getting cold at night.
A quality mat can save you from humidity and cold perfectly. An air mattress is a solution for those who prefer sleeping on softer surfaces (no camping mat can be as soft as an air mattress). Though, do not forget that a reliable mattress requires more investments, adds weight to your backpack, and occupies more space inside.
Sleeping Bag: Revise It
No, a regular blanket is not enough, even for summer camping trips. It becomes especially critical when you plan to rest somewhere near the lake or river: their surroundings become cruelly cold early in the morning. A blanket wonít save you there, even inside the most expensive roof top tent on the market.
So, it is a good idea to invest some decent money in your sleeping bag and to avoid picking it randomly. Manufacturers give the info about the comfortable air temperature for every bag they offer. Think over the conditions and ways to use your sleeping bag attentively before making your final choice.
Additionally, you might not want to be too lazy to check the functioning of your bagís zipper and the state of its tissue layers overall. Thatís how you will be sure your bag is ready for some new trials.
Insects: Protect Yourself
You surely donít want to share the space inside your tent with bugs, spiders, mosquitoes, or mice. So, you might want to control all the zippers of a tent before going to sleep obligately. Sprays can save the situation if the invasion already happened, of course. But a smell those chemicals leave after applying them is weird, and it will influence the comfort of your sleep badly.
Take a Seat: a Foldable Chair or Seat Pad
A foldable tourist chair is not expensive nowadays. Additionally, good seats are light and pretty portable either by car or by hand. These are nice solutions to avoid wasting time finding some stone or log to sit on if youíre camping on foot. And of course, no tourist should sit directly on the cold ground.
Seat pads hanging directly to your clothes or backpack can also come in handy. Itís less comfortable than a chair, but it weighs less and is easier to carry. Moreover, a carpet used correctly will let you sit comfortably almost on any plain surface.
Light in the Black: Portable Flashlight
Humans got used to living in cities with their streets remaining light during night hours. Woods and camping grounds are rare to have artificial light sources nearby, so you might want to take a portable camping flashlight with you.
Both online and offline markets offer a wide choice of touring flashlights one can hang at the top of their tent. All you need to do is to pick the most suitable gadget and make sure it is in your backpack before you leave for your camping trip.
By the way, this adventure kings roof top tent review is worth checking, as a tent shown there is the first item in every touristís inventory that defines their camping comfort. Saving money on your gear is not always wise! Buy quality gadgets and enjoy your trips!
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