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RE: Campground Northwest of Nashville

Grand old RV Resort. Nice campground, wonderful folks running it. Here is a link Tell them we sent you. Grand ole RV Resort.
Johno02 01/07/18 07:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: finding street addresses with a GPS

What brand and model GPS?? On my Garmin, I have a screen to enter a street address , city, or state. Works very well, but the exact street addresses may or may not be correct. But usually it will be close.
Johno02 01/07/18 07:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Connecting a CPAP machine to a battery?

I have used both a series one and a dreamstation. Both will run on 12v, with the proper cord, available from your supplier. I have a 12v outlet installed under the bed, which is connected to the 12v coach batteries. I hve run it all night several times, don't have any idea what the maximun time is, but probably can do at least two nights without recharge.
Johno02 12/19/17 12:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Home Depot Allure vinyl floor

We redid our class A with Allure flooring, and had no problems. Just do not glue or staple it, as it needs to expand and contract some with the weather.
Johno02 12/18/17 01:47pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Question about toad diode wiring

Have used both diodes, and seperate bulbs, Had a bit of trouble with the diodes, due to incorrect wiring, but once it was fixed, no other problem. Prefer the seperate bulbs, but the housing on the HHR was not big enough to install them.
Johno02 12/16/17 09:24am Dinghy Towing
RE: What is this On/Off switch for??

Right! Realized that after looking closer at the picture. Good that the pix was big enough to see that. And thanks to whoever for resizing.
Johno02 12/14/17 11:35am Tech Issues
RE: What is this On/Off switch for??

Either mirror heat, or to select which mirror to move.
Johno02 12/14/17 11:26am Tech Issues
RE: Inisde LED Light Strips

Added Led strips to the inside top of out slide, for indirect lighting. Got 12v power from under the drivers seat, the connection for a power seat which is not being used. connected to slide with a flexable section of 16g 110v appliance cord, which is very flexable. Left enough slack for slide to move in or out. Did the same for bedroom slide, got power from bedside light connections. added switch to light fixture. The wall is white, so just taped the short wire from light fixture with a piece of white tape. Cannot be seen unless you are looking for it.
Johno02 12/12/17 01:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: It knows if you are sleeping; it knows when your awake

Yes,, it is communicating back to the company. Ever heard of OnStar?? or GPS?? He knows if you've been bad or good, Just keep that thought in mind. And insurance companies know how to access the information.
Johno02 12/06/17 05:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Why a class A gas over class C?

More fun to drive from higher up, and closer to the centerline of ther road. Also a lot closer to the truck coming toward you on a narrow road.
Johno02 12/02/17 05:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quiet clock

Might try taking it apart and installing some sound-deadning pads, and/or soft rubber wshers around the shaft.
Johno02 12/02/17 10:04am General RVing Issues
RE: car for towing

2011 HHR if you can find one.
Johno02 11/28/17 06:35pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Internet Speed

probably need a newer router.
Johno02 11/16/17 05:50pm Technology Corner
RE: TINY HOUSE THOUGHTS

As before, seems like a lot of folks have a lot more money than common sense. Whatever seems to be the current fad on media is the thing that they have to have. It will pass. Another thing that we forget, is that to lots of young folks that have never been out of the big cities, and many have been living with several in one or two VERY expensive rooms in the big packed cities, an tiny house with a couple off trees around it may very well seem to be a castle to them.. It is hard to some of us that live where they are only a few people per acre (in our case, only ONE per acre) to understand their type of life.
Johno02 11/12/17 06:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: High Def TV

inside or outside wall??
Johno02 11/07/17 09:48am Technology Corner
RE: 30 amp shore power cord

A good rule is to always tag the wires with masking tape tags with notes before disconnecting anything.
Johno02 11/06/17 07:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Questions about MiFi(hot spots)

I also had no idea about the amount of data we were using, so I bought a verizon prepaid MIFI box, and a 10GB prepaid plan. They I just watched the account to see what were were using. Turns out that the 10 GB two-month plan was just about right. We used almost all of it in the two months were were out on the road, as we approached the upper limit, we just started being more aware of how much we were using, and cut back just a bit to make it last. Returned home with less than 30 MB unused! Turned MIFI box off, then six months later bought another 10GB and went back on the road.
Johno02 11/06/17 09:59am Technology Corner
RE: traveling with dogs and cats in a MH.

Our dogs have always considered their crate as their private place, so when we travelled with them, their crates were back on the bed, and they always rode in them. Crates were open so they could come and go as they liked, but they both always wanted their crates to ride in.
Johno02 11/06/17 09:28am RV Pet Stop
RE: Williamsburg and D.C. Campground recommendations

Only problem with Anvil are the trains that come through on the edge of the campground. Not really loud, but you know when they come through. Weekday commuter trains are especially often and fast moving.
Johno02 11/05/17 06:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hocking Hills SP to Fairy Stone SP

Going down 58, we usually detach the toad and send DW in front, talking to each other via speaker on cell phone. That way, she warns me of traffic approaching into the switchbacks. Easy places at the bottom to stor and reattach the toad.
Johno02 11/05/17 06:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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