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Old 02-14-2011, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default Glad to see the forum back online.

I was sure glad to see the forum back online this afternoon. It has become the lifeline to many Hi-Lo owners. It has gained many new members this past year. May it "Live long and prosper".
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Old 02-14-2011, 05:48 PM   #2
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DITTO. I am curious to know what happened.

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Old 02-14-2011, 05:50 PM   #3
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Thank Goodness. I was worried there for a few.
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I was lost without it! Glad to see ya all back.
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I was lost without it! Glad to see ya all back.
Yeah, had me worried for awhile there. By the way, I think I have a handle on some mirrors for our Tacoma.
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Old 02-14-2011, 08:53 PM   #6
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i think we got hijacked. i was lost without it and wondering how we would ever get it back. there was no way to say "hey we lost you?" to anybody.
thanks to the moderators for getting us back up and running.
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Old 02-14-2011, 10:08 PM   #7
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Hey Everybody,

Sorry about the site going down.

What happened was a DNS service issue. Its a yearly subscription with an automatic renewal. For some reason, when it renewed, it pointed at our host, instead of us. It took a couple of days to get it all straightened out with them.

Thank you all for hanging in there

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Old 02-14-2011, 10:33 PM   #8
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Neal and Bev,

Thanks for the update. Having been without for a day, speaking for myself, I realize how much I've come to appreciate this Forum. It has become a terrific resource, and communication tool, that I would now hate to lose.

LONG LIVE THE HI-LO TRAILER FORUM!!

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I was really worried about this!
You don't realize how much you take for granted the HTF, I check this site out daily.
Much Thanks Neal and Bev for your work and loyalty to HTF, as a relatively new HiLo owner, I've found the people here to be very kind and hospitable and I can't wait to share stories this year with everyone.
I went to the Yahoo HiLo group looking for the people from HTF to see what was happening, Jim had the same Idea I think.
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Glad to see you folks back. Been lurking for a couple weeks. I picked up my first Hi Lo today (91 22 ft Classic). I must say that after spending 3-4 months every fall / winter upland bird hunting and a few weeks in the summer Fly Fishing in a small pop-up this rig is gona feel like the top floor at the Hilton. All of the major stuff seems to be working just fine so no serious questioms. perhaps a few minor issues we can talk about later like why cant I get the steps to come down but for now it is enough to just say HOWDY from Wyoming.

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Hi Roger,

Welcome to the Forum and enjoy your new (to you) Hi-Lo! BTW, its good to see another westerner here. Most of the good folks that frequent HTF seem to be from the eastern part of our land.

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Welcome Roger, you will enjoy your new toy. I bought a 2693 rd last fall and took it out almost every weekend. Mine was in great shape for the age as well, it will definitely be more comfortable in the colder weather. There are many knowledgeable people on here and are willing to help out all that they can.
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Yes, glad to see the site back up. The withdrawal was getting bad by Monday afternoon. The company closing had not worried me about the longevity of these RVs because of this site and the info on the forum. I owned and maintained a airplane for 16 yrs until 1990 where the manufacturer had closed in the 50s. A tight owner organization has kept those planes flying with parts and technical info to this day. Thank you Neal and Bev for this site.
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The shakes from the withdrawal was getting pretty bad. Glad the forum is back up and running. Keep up the great work Neal & Bev.
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Glad to see the forum back on line. Much information and help to me since I became a member.
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Way to go Neal and Bev, Cabela's Banner Ad. Sure like that place, Have two here in South Dakota.
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As many have already said this forum is a great resource to me and to all who own the Hi Lo's. Thank you Neal and Bev for all you do and for getting the site back up quickly. I am here daily checking for new posts and did panic a little when it wasn't there.

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I thought for a minute that my computer was messed up or something, I am glad that this forum is back up and running, i have learned alot of usefull tips and ideas from everyone here, Keep up the good work Neal and bev.. Hats off to You both.
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