8081Re: [Hammock Camping] Hiking in from site 415 to 413
- Jan 30, 2005--- In email@example.com, Rick <ra1@i...> wrote:
> When you hang your hammock in Hot Springs, you may want to take careOK, Rick, it took me 10 minutes to understand this...<g>...! Thanks
> of remembering the inverse square law as it applies to audio
for the giggle this morning!
I was getting a headache trying to remember what was taught to me
(Notice I didn't say "LEARNED") decades ago about wave forms and
frequencies. And, I was about to call up my bro-in-law-Ham-Radio geek
to ask for help.
Hopefully, this Hot Springs Camp Ground doesn't have decible meters
and that they don't enforce after hours noise levels! Funds were
allocated for my local County Police Dept. to buy decible meters and
enforce our Noise Regs. ----- Interestingly enough, NOT for loud
parties, NOT for custom vehicle exhaust systems... But, to address
citizen complaints about the loud BOOM BOXES in those hot little cars.
There's a "slight chance" that I may have a noise pollution problem
myself. I am sometimes awakened by my SkyDog standing over my face
licking my nose. Hmmmmm.....?
GLORIOUS morning in No. VA - Snow is falling - supposed to get 2" - 3"
and it's 30 F...!!! Warmest temp in days and days!
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