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Doorbundle

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Oooh!.....Geometry! Embedded in my youth as a Regt. Surveyor R.A. We measured angles & Beaings in 'Mils' = 6400 in a circle. Used Log Tables & Slide rules, Sin < Cos< Tan < of Sight.....Etc
 
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Bellcrew

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Oooh!.....Geometry! Embedded in my youth as a Regt. Surveyor R.A. We measured angles & Beaings in 'Mils' = 6400 in a circle. Used Log Tables & Slide rules, Sin < Cos< Tan < of Sight.....Etc
The old guess stick would be a mystery to the youth now, precise it wasn't but much better than working longhand.
 
WelshGas

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The old guess stick would be a mystery to the youth now, precise it wasn't but much better than working longhand.
Still got my Slide rule. The kids used to be intregued with it and now the grand children.
 
Jabberwocky

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We have level ramps for our Ocean that are stored between the bench seat and the fold away table next to the KItchen unit. We only really use them if the ground is very uneven. Just a small tip. If you have non stick pans for cooking and the Teflon coat extends to the base of them your pans will slide about when being used on the gas rings. Be aware!
 
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Has anyone tried inflatable ones, if so what's your opinion?
 

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