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Old 04-30-2012, 06:19 PM   #41
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How about a Prayers Section, I wanted to post a couple of weeks ago prayers needed for fellow Redwood owners, my husband was diagnosed 4/13 with Leukemia and wanted all the prayers we could get.

Sorry to hear about your husband our prayers are with you
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:21 PM   #42
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You both are in our prayers. Our church has a wrist band that says, "God is BIG enough". I wear mine constantly and am thankful to live in a COuntry where we can express ourselves in this way.
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:56 PM   #43
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You both are in our prayers. Our church has a wrist band that says, "God is BIG enough". I wear mine constantly and am thankful to live in a COuntry where we can express ourselves in this way.
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:01 PM   #44
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Sue, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your husband. We pray that God in His mercy sends healing and peace to your husband and you. May you see His power move in your lives.

To everyone else, we are beginning to think of the the people on this forum as friends. So much so that we are willing to drive hundreds of miles to participate in a rally just to meet one another.
When one of us is struggling or going through a difficult time we shouldn't feel awkward about putting it out here on the forum or to send a private message to a member they have befriended. We are fellow humans first and fellow Redwood owners second.


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Old 04-30-2012, 07:32 PM   #45
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Well said...
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Sue, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your husband. We pray that God in His mercy sends healing and peace to your husband and you. May you see His power move in your lives.*

To everyone else, we are beginning to think of the the people on this forum as friends. So much so that we are willing to drive hundreds of miles to participate in a rally just to meet one another.
When one of us is struggling or going through a difficult time we shouldn't feel awkward about putting it out here on the forum or to send a private message to a member they have befriended. We are fellow humans first and fellow Redwood owners second.*

Ditto Steve!
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Old 05-01-2012, 06:03 AM   #47
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Steve,

I think model categories would be OK. In the CrossRoads Forum they have a "Products" main category and it looks like they break it down by from there.

I wondered about the "Medical Devices" category too. In the other forums I've been reading there always seems be people asking how to run their CPAP machines on battery at night when they don't have electric hookups but aren't allowed to run the generator. That might be one use for such a category.

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Steve,

I think model categories would be OK. In the CrossRoads Forum they have a "Products" main category and it looks like they break it down by from there.

I wondered about the "Medical Devices" category too. In the other forums I've been reading there always seems be people asking how to run their CPAP machines on battery at night when they don't have electric hookups but aren't allowed to run the generator. That might be one use for such a category.

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I have a cpap and before camping, We were sailers. I purchased a small inverter and plugged it into a cigar lighter plug. This will give you enough power to run the machine. Can't live with out it.



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Steve,

I think model categories would be OK. In the CrossRoads Forum they have a "Products" main category and it looks like they break it down by from there.

I wondered about the "Medical Devices" category too. In the other forums I've been reading there always seems be people asking how to run their CPAP machines on battery at night when they don't have electric hookups but aren't allowed to run the generator. That might be one use for such a category.

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I have a cpap and before camping, We were sailers. I purchased a small inverter and plugged it into a cigar lighter plug. This will give you enough power to run the machine. Can't live with out it.



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Hey that's a great idea...we've been running the generator while on the road for my wife's cpcp. Now we don't have to...thanks
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I really like the divisions. It will make it easier to find a topic.
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