Solve The Mysterious Image
Right after that, a very strange image appeared in my Chrome and Safari browsers. An extremely tiny image. The image is located just to the right of the word "Campaigns" in the pic below.
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Google searches turned up nothing!
A little while ago, I went into Trash and "Put Back" any item that appeared that it could be the culprit. One of those items was named "Citrix."
Guess what happened? The tiny image went away! This image appears to me to be a little person. A crazy little person who is dancing. Perhaps a devil like creature?
Got any clues?
12 noon - J's Fish & Chips $6 Lunch
Brother Pete Olson [His pic is is near the top right of my Blog], raves about the Chips at J's. But Chips were never offered to me. They only offered me Fries [Regular or Curly].
I ordered the $6 Lunch [2 pc Cod, Fry & Drink].
Me: "Do you have Chips?"
J's person: "Yes. Salted Chips!"
Wow! Does it get better than lunch at J's Fish & Chips? 😎
PS: I am guessing that the folks at J's are not aware that Chips in England are French fried potatoes! So, when J's started up Chips were offered. And remained ever since!
BTW, J's Chips are made fresh from potatoes right here with your order.
3pm - The Wonder of a Senior Fulltimer!
We were heading out of Lincoln City, when all of a sudden, there it was!
Regatta Lake! Just a short distance away!
We changed our course!
Regatta Grounds Lake [This is the name of this Park on Google Map].
|Very fortunate RVers living the good life at Regatta Lake|
4pm - Visitors from Portland!
The Scampy RV Team are having a good time enjoying the lovely afternoon. Two folks from Portland walked up. They admired Scampy!
We introduced ourselves. Their names: Steve and Pat who have a place in Portland in order to be close to their children and grandchildren.
Steve and Pat are another example of seniors enjoying the good life!
Man-O-man! Aren't these two folks just the greatest thing?
|Steve and Pat|
7pm - Endless Tweaking!
It came to me that a better way of plugging into electric power was at hand! Strangely enough, with components already onboard!
At present, we connect directly to our Samlex inverter in order to obtain 120 volt AC charging power for Mac Air. And use USB cables connected to Mac Air in order to obtain charging power for Little iPhone and Verizon MiFi.
Plugging a cord into the Samlex outlet is somewhat awkward. The Samlex inverter is mounted to the outside wall of Scampy's bench seat. Access down there requires sitting or kneeling on Scampy's floor. That is not easy for this 79½ year old RVer!
In the pic below, the receptacle to be mounted is leaning against the wall in its intended position so that you may see how this tweak will work.
|Electric outlet with 120 volt AC and USB power|
11pm - A late nite Tweak!
For a reason that we are not aware of, the Scamp Trailer Company installed an inside door lock that doesn't have a latch?!
It seems that we remember a tiny rod that hung from a small chain. That chain was attached to the inside of the lock.
To secure Scampy's door, the tiny rod was inserted into a hole in the lock mechanism. The rod prevented the door handle from turning. Thus, locking the door.
Somewhere along the way, the tiny rod and chain separated from the lock and was lost. At that point, we began running a small sheet metal screw into that hole to secure the door.
This screw/lock thing worked pretty good. But, we locked up at nite. And the hole in the lock was difficult to see in that dark corner. So, a tiny flashlite was used to lite up that corner.
Tonite we tweaked that lock. We installed a battery powered LED to illuminate that dark corner.
|As Forest Gump would say, "One less thing!"|
Nite Camp Location Map
Elevation: 230 feet