Linda, I had only owned the Garmin for one year and this was my first update. Garmin told me that the web site I was directed to by Google was a ghost site and not Garmin. The ghost site was trying to get my cc info and charge me $99. When I called Garmins 800 number I was able to update for free. So everyone beware of spam web sites. It was not Garmin who was trying to charge me.
From what I've read, 70% alcohol or bleach will work but there may be a residual smell or taste plus I don't know if hospitals want to bother.
I can get a clone of these Wildland fire masks but the outfit has all his future production spoken for so even the filters would not be available.
If a suitable filter material could be found, I can get the rest of the mask made with off the shelf material and not have to worry about getting price gouged.
The original price on these FF masks was 56, then 76, now 96. can$. Production is limited to 20,000 a week and he can't do more. I've had multiple discussions with him. His world ends at the Equator.
So, if a suitable filter can be found, production could work up to 100k a week and prices would be a LOT less with filters being readily available.
I do love a good thunderstorm. Thunder and lightning at the same time, sounding like it was right on top of us.
But it didn't last long and there really wasn't much damage here other than a couple trees down and loss of power. So far 12 hrs without power.
There was a tree that fell on a camper in the annual section and one occupant was fine and the other was treated and released...so that is good.
The loud thunder/lightning storm sounded like it was right on top of us. It didn't last long and was fast moving. No train like sounds to say it was a tornado. In Deer Run there are a couple trees down and we found the camper that the tree fell on. It was in the annual section. It appears that the guy was treated and released...so that is good.
There was no damage in our section other than we have been without power since about 2:30am. Being a Sunday a lot of campers, that were here for the weekend, have left.