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that's what i use for the MPoD's "dome light."

The flashlight or another kind of light powered by the big honkin' battery?

Pictures? This I gotta see. I love jury-rigged solutions of all kinds.

Cate
I like the big honkin' 9V dry cell flashlights.

I went to look up dry cell flashlights, but then I saw this and thought better of trying to understand:
'If you have never worked with electricity or don't know the difference between AC & DC this page is not for you. Unlike making your own clothes or growing your own food, which if done wrong is little more then embarrassing or unpalatable, mistakes in making or working with electricity can burn down your house or kill you.'
Is a big honkin' 9V dry cell flashlight just a big flashlight that uses a little 9V battery?
At the other end of the scale, little AA flashlights are good too. Last weekend, me'n'mine hunkered down in the ... and lightening dissed us. I was awake all of Saturday day night reading by flashlight and waiting for the End.

Good lord. Glad you made it through ok. Hope you weren't reading anything at all apocryphal or any kind of science fiction. In times like that, gossip mags are best.
The dogs
survived and Friday led me through the Sunday courses.

I bet you really enjoyed writing that sentence, didn't you?

Cate
I like the big honkin' 9V dry cell flashlights.

I went to look up dry cell flashlights, but then I saw this and thought better of trying to understand:

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Is a big honkin' 9V dry cell flashlight just a big flashlight that uses a little 9V battery?

Whoops! You were right all along - 6V are the big'uns and the best for sporadic use. Friggin' electrical engineers can't even think to take a peek inside their flashlight. Until now.

I guess this goes to show how long this particular battery has lasted.
I was awake all of Saturday day night reading by flashlight and waiting for the End.

Good lord. Glad you made it through ok. Hope you weren't reading anything at all apocryphal or any kind of science fiction. In times like that, gossip mags are best.

A forensic psychiatrist mystery.
The dogs survived and Friday led me through the Sunday courses.

I bet you really enjoyed writing that sentence, didn't you?

It could have been better. For the life of me, I couldn't fit 'Saturday' in.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
I can't find the one I found about horse stalls. Either way I want simple clean and durable and something that doesn't hold dander and wet dog smell.

I got 2 stall mats at the local feed store and they've taken tons of abuse. One is in the whelping box and the other in a Magnum kennel and both have gone through hundreds of foster dogs with no damage - not even a mark. They were about $60 each and are something like 3.5 x 6 ft. They're heavier than hell and it might be a problem laying them together or cutting them because the edges are beveled. A better alternative might be Solarflex, a pour-on liquid polymer that a lot of doggie day cares use.
Lynn K.
The flashlight or another kind of light powered by the big honkin' battery? Pictures? This I gotta see. I love jury-rigged solutions of all kinds.

ha. no, it's not anything at all interesting. i just keep a big 6v flashlight handy (on the passenger seat, usually) because i don't have a dome light.

shelly (perfectly foul wench) and elliott and harriet http://home.bluemarble.net/~scouvrette
In times like that, gossip mags are best.

amen. when we had Biblical weather a couple of weeks ago, i spent a couple of hours reading US Magazine by candle-light.

shelly (perfectly foul wench) and elliott and harriet http://home.bluemarble.net/~scouvrette