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WiFi, Satellite, Cell Phone and other ways to get connected.

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    • Every state has their own set of rules on all policies, that said, my Kansas com policy is for my truck alone or towing any trailer.    There are no restrictions on driving bob tail or what I can tow, never tried getting RV insurance, my broker gave me a reasonable quote on the truck.    She knew the truck was for personal use and, said it would be written as a commercial policy because of the vehicle.   I insured the truck before I registered it as an RV.      Steve
    • You put them in those green bags that keep them fresh longer. You turn tomatoes into tomato sauce. You parboil then freeze sliced celery to use in cooking. You freeze whole bananas in their skins to use later in smoothies or banana bread. Etc. It can be one of those "where there's a will there's a way" things. Linda For that celery our favorite is to take one cup of celery and add to one can of cream of chicken soup, one can of sliced water chestnuts including the liquid, and one small jar of drained pimentos. Heat and serve as a side dish or add chicken for a main dish which can be served over your choice of starch if you eat carbs.
    • If you're looking for just a cell booster, You have plenty of good advice and options here. If you're looking to share data with it, here is a link to an article I found very helpful.   https://www.irv2.com/forums/f53/40-month-unlimited-internet-interested-442091.html
    • chirakawa, https://www.azcentral.com/picture-gallery/news/local/arizona-environment/2020/04/05/farmworkers-harvesting-vegetables-yuma-amid-coronavirus-pandemic/2948216001/ Don't know where that outfit is you reported, but the San Luis, Los Algodones borders are open. In fact on I-8 this afternoon, the reader board even gave the times that the Lukeville border crossing is open. Day workers coming across daily and the lettuce wagons are on the move to the cooling houses here in Yuma. Soon moving to Salinas, CA. for that season. How do you hoard perishable veggies? 
    • The leveling valve would be my first guess.  I replaced the air bags,  the fittings and the valve and the bags stay filled for a week or more.
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