Summer’s a wonderful time when people escape from the every day world and take a trip to new destinations, fresh scenes and experiences. These days, travelers find themselves loaded down with several different electronic gadgets to help them stay informed, entertained and in touch while on the road. Each gizmo has its own carrying case, attachments and wires which makes packing a nightmare. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was one small gadget a traveler could use for all their entertainment, tasks, and communication needs? Look no further—such a gizmo does exist. The device is called the iPod iTouch, by Apple. Buenos Aires and its tango-dancing, empanada-frying, soccer-celebrating, malbec-drinking culture have had me compelled to experience it for years. Not to mention access to the absolutely unbelievable Iguazu Falls, which make Niagara Falls look like child’s play… And the beautiful mountainous Patagonia, which makes my precious Tahoe look utterly forgettable. Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world, and Buenos Aires is its bustling European-like gate to enter the beautiful South American gem. BA, along with Patagonia and the Iguazu Falls (pictured below), are high up on my list this year.
I don’t know if the 7/16 will be sturdy enough, AT. I suppose it all depends on how nuch you want to spend replacing the floor. I usually go back with 3/4 treated just to be sure, but that’s just me. I dislike the foam board and would rather use R13 instead.
One other historical note. If you come across articles such as Adrian Berry’s reaming of Robert Page Burruss, then you may understand why we IGT folk are initially hostile and then ignore critics and kooks alike. The critics will never help. They will say it can’t be done while others (us) do it. The kooks and crazies on the other hand will try to attach themselves to us like parasites and the project will suffer a predictable PR disaster when they embarrass us. Hence, the reason for our clannishness.
Pictured is the Fiberglass Egg Trailers. It is a popular choice in fiberglass lightweight trailers. They only weigh about 2,000 pounds fully loaded and are 7 feet long. Using advanced composite materials, their molded shells do not allow for slide-outs.
Albert Einstein was the first to show in his Theory of Relativity that time was not, in fact, a smooth river, constant in its flow, but something that could be affected by motion and by gravity – an effect known as time dilation. Einstein did not consider time and the three spatial dimensions as being separate, but as being linked to form a four-dimensional quantity known as space-time. He defined time as being the fourth dimension of our universe. The other three dimensions are of space, including up down, left-right and backward-forward. Time cannot exist without space, and likewise, space cannot exist without time. This interconnected relationship of time and space is called the space-time continuum, which means that any event that occurs in the universe has to involve both space and time.
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