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I'm working on replacing my speakers, and wondering what everyone's experience has been?
The stock setup is weird: there's 4 wires going to the tweeter in the dash. Googling around suggest there's a weird, built-in crossover in the tweeter, and the other set of wires is what feeds the midrange in the door.
Also, there's impedance mismatches: tweeter is 8ohm, midrange is 3 ohm.
Bonus if anyone can describe how/where to hookup the headunit to the coach batteries. :)
As promised, here are a few pictures from the beginning up through the raising of the walls. Still have the roof rafters and roof to install plus a whole lot more, but it's starting to come together.
I've been working off and on since last September on building a tiny house. Currently, I have the floor built and insulated and have all the walls built and laying on top of the floor. Windows are cut out of the walls and I've been in a holding pattern now for a few months until I could arrange a "Tiny House Raising Day".
That day is Saturday, May 17th. I have several men and a few women coming out to assist in raising the walls and securing them, building the rafters and installing them, decking the roof, tar papering the roof and wrapping the tiny house in house wrap. Once that is done, I'll be able to finish the roof and walls and start on the inside.
I have studied tiny houses on wheels for well over a year. It was a leap of faith to jump out there and start it. I have had more than one experience of "OMG, what have I gotten myself into". I built a 550 sq ft cabin back in 1990 and lived in it for over a year with my (then) wife, so I do have some skill at thinking things through - it just seems to take longer now to do that thinking, lol.
My goal in all of this is simplification. I currently live in an 1800 sq ft house by myself. It is way too much for me to take of by myself. It is crammed full of stuff from my previous marriage, from a more recent relationship and from my dead brother and parents. I feel like I must get rid of stuff in order to maintain my sanity. Not have every wall covered or have furniture against every wall. All of my "stuff" steals my energy because I have to look at it and think about it. If I just let a huge majority of this stuff go, I truly believe I'll regain much of my energy, feel better, and be able to function much more efficiently. Also, once I've simplified, it will be much easier to let go of the last few possessions and move into my tiny house for good.
I'm about 3.5 years away from full retirement. At that time, I can head out in the wild blue yonder and see parts of the world I've never had the opportunity to visit. I can take early retirment in 447 days (not that I'm counting, lol), but won't be able to draw any retirement until I've reach my full retirement age (58 y/o).
These shorts supposedly don't get wet! These could potentially be great travel, minimalist, multipurpose shorts, in & out of the water. I wonder how well they do w/ odors. $75, ships in June/July.
Sorry here is the link:
This teacher changes everyone's life in her classroom- it's time to show her how Special she is.
We hope this video will inspire others to teach from the heart like Shauna McCarty does. We also want to inspire parents and children to be more outwardly grateful to their own amazing teachers.
Shauna is not retiring, we just thought the serenade would be a more fitting year end gift than a coffee cup!
Following Tynan's last post where he mentioned the great deal he got when he acted fast on some information he found on Flyertalk.com, I'd be very interested in a "beginner's guide post sharing his best practices to detect these deals, get membership rewards, etc.
I suppose this post was a beginning, but I'm curious how the use of tools like Feedly, IFTTT or services like Travelzoo could benefit the rest of us in the last time-consuming manner possible.
If you have any strategies to share, I'd love to read about them. Thanks!
How does one insert pictures into a post? I would love to share some pictures from my tiny house build last Saturday, but I can't figure out how to share them here?
Anyone have any ideas about camping on the PCH, overnight?
I was in Malibu and noticed RVs parked all along the PCH. A few appeared to be in the same spot more than 24hrs later.
I also noticed the Malibu RV Park website claims:'The park does not offer any late checkouts. For guests looking to spend more time in the Los Angeles area, we recommend parking alongside Pacific Coast Highway.'
Any thoughts or experience camping alongside the PCH? Particularly friendly stretches around the SoCal area?
Just discovered this deck today. Part of Tynan's gear is a set of hard to find poker cards smaller than the average poker deck from the year 19 something. Travel nomads Anne and Mike designed a card deck that helps you use Spanish and it comes in a regular size and a smaller travel size. Hope it is useful for someone here!