YIKES!

Tuesday night very late, Gary and I arrived in Tampa, Florida.

Wednesday, we setup, unpacked and cleaned the RV at our new RV park on the MacDill Air Force Base.

The last few days have been extremely busy and caused me to become behind on reading other’s posts and responding to comments.

What has made this worse is the limited internet connection.

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YIKES!

The new RV park location has a lousy connection.

When no internet connection is available we use our phone’s hotspot.

Yes, we do.

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YIKES!

Our cellphone provider connection is lousy at our new RV park location.

You know I am desperate when I drive to a different location to receive a better connection to publish my posts.

I have come to realize the following –

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YIKES!

I am kidding of course.

The internet issue is supposed to be fixed later today.

What should I do if it is not?

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YIKES!

44 thoughts on “YIKES!

  1. Hahaha you make me laugh….I hear you completely and sympathize with you 🙂 isn’t it incredible how dependent we have become on the internet !!! Hang in there all will be well.
    I am glad you have settled in at the RV Park, and hope your day goes well. 🙂

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    • Yes, we are dependent on the internet way to much. And you know what, it still is not working as good as it should – but I did happen to get on to respond to your comment. Hopefully it will be 100% functional soon – very stressful!

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  2. Forget Cancer, this is REALLY serious!!! Poor you … I get absolute anxiety everytime we go to our reno house because there is no wifi and 4G is patchy to say the least (and I have a very tiny data allowance which seems to get gobbled the moment I turn the phone on!) … for ‘anxiety’ read ‘tetchy and impossible to live with’ so don’t send sympathy to me, send it to my poor husband!!! Hope all is resolved today for you and that you can settle down to a comfy weekend in your new RV Park. 🙂

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  3. Drat those lousy internet connections! When we temporarily lived at my parent’s condo when we bought our house a few years ago, the wifi connection was just horrible and spotty. So I bought a range extender, which really helped a lot with it. I hope your connection troubles get cleared up soon!

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    • Kathryn, I had a wifi extender back in Dallas, which worked great. Here I cannot get close enough to the wifi to extend it. We are hoping to get internet directly into the RV – it is in the works. Happy Friday! 🙂

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    • Yes, coffee shops are always reliable. The internet issue was fixed yesterday evening – thank goodness – life is good again! I appreciate you stopping by to read and comment and hope you have a great weekend. 🙂

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  4. A few years ago I was in Ghana …. sometimes I would spend hours just to send a simple email to the boss …. I was there six weeks and the slow internet was always a problem. I only used it when absolutely necessary ….. I had a lot more fun just talking with the locals ….. i think the villages lose something when electricity comes to town.

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  5. I understand your Yikes, well. When we travel to Blue Ridge, the connections are poor and I am not keen on using everyone’s WiFi so I bought a MiFi through Verizon and it works well. Not perfect but well.

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    • Amanda, there are many of us that rely on our internet connection and when it does not deliver, our lives are a disaster. Thanks for stopping by today, I appreciate it very much. 🙂

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