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RE: Induction Cooking

My cookware has no symbols on them at all. They are only stamped with Emeril on the handle. It is a very nice cookware set. They have no non stick coatings on them, but nothing sticks and very easy clean up. A thick and solid bottom so I get good even heating. I guess no induction cooking in my near future.
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 07:35am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Induction Cooking

I'm interested in the NuWave induction cooker. I'm told if a magnet doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan it won't work. I have an expensive set of the Emeril Stainless Steel cookware. A magnet will not stick to the bottom. So would it be a waste of money to buy an induction cooker? :h
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 06:51am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Anyone have a road-loving housecat?

I think if you get your cat as a kitten it will gro acustomed to traveling. When we first started full timing our house cat would get motion sick about an hour after getting on the road. After 2 yrs she never did adjust to being on the road. Our new cat started out as a kitten. It took her a few roadtrips but she is comfortable being on the road.
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 06:43am Full-time RVing
Thanks GS

I have a 1998 Country Coach. When I signed up for the ESP I was told that I could be covered until the coach was 15 model years old. I just learned that they had extended it through 18 model years. I hear complaints about GS and other ESP but having GS ESP gives me peace of mind. I was having issues with my Allison 3060 Transmission. Having GS ESP made the situation easier to deal with. Fortunately it was a very minor issue and I did not need GS, but knowing it was there just in case is an awesome feeling. I filed 1 claim with GS ESP and had no problems with the coverage. Thanks Again GS.
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 05:55am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: extended warranty

I just learned yesterday that the Good Sam Extended warranty is now good up to 18 model years or 150k miles. When I started with it, it was 15 model yrs. I guess they realized they were loosing money.
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 05:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Disney tickets

If you are a retired Veteran you can get 4 day hopper passes for $165 per person. They can be purchased from the Special Services office at most military bases. I've done it for the last 2 years and plan to do it again in early January 2015. I stay at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground for $65 a night. Between New Years and Spring Break is their off peak time so they lower the prices at the campground. There are certain black out times that the Military hopper passes are not valid. Usually on holidays. :C
Sez Hoo! 04/23/14 05:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any wet firewood tricks?

How about an ounce of prevention and buy a tarp to keep the wood dry. Then starting it is not a problem.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/14 08:08am General RVing Issues
RE: insurance

I have GEICO for my RV and toad. If you tell them that you are fulltiming then be sure to also tell them that you will be moving it at least every 30 day. otherwise they put you in homeowner insurance and it was almost twice the amount of fulltime insurance.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/14 07:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Internet Questions

We stayed at Parkwood RV Park in Statesboro GA and they had the best wifi I've seen in a campground. We were there for almost 3 months and even when they were full we had no issues streaming video from Netflix. Hats off to Harry and Lisa (the owners) for providing a good service for their customers.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/14 07:46am Beginning RVing
RE: Dolly,trailer or tow?

I've been using a tow dolly for the last four years now. I would say its not my first choice. Due to the ease of hooking and unhooking over loading and un loading on the tow dolly I would prefer to tow 4 down. With that said I have had no problems at all with the tow dolly. If you do get a tow dolly I strongly suggest you get one with surge brakes. With electric brakes you will be required to install a break controller in you MH. With surge brakes nothing needs to be added to your MH and they are for the most part worry free. I've been across this great country 4 times now with my tow dolly and have no complaints on its performance. Its made by Stehl.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/14 07:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire question Again

Check out Hankook tire. They have been getting very good reviews on price and ride comfort. Do a search on "rivering" on this site. It will give you pause on purchasing Goodyear G670 RV tire. I had to toss my two front tires after 2 yrs because of rivering. Goodyear will not acknowledge that there is a problem.. I put Hankooks on the front and they have been fine for 2 yrs now. Good price and a comfortable ride.
Sez Hoo! 04/18/14 07:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: gotta luv the North East....

MY DW and I are out on Cape Cod. We are workamping at Bay View CG in Bourne and woke up to snow this morning. But the sun is out now and the snow is just a memory.
Sez Hoo! 04/16/14 01:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: DIESEL FUEL

For people with 5ers or TT its easy to use the smaller mom and pop shops. But if you are in a MH with a toad, the smaller stations aren't always the best option. Backing up is not an option. For me its always truckstops.
Sez Hoo! 04/14/14 12:22pm Beginning RVing
RE: Can't get Insurance? Help?

I have GEICO for my insurance carrier. AS long as you tell them that you will be on the move every 30 days they cover you for full time. otherwise they put you into homeowner insurance. It doesn't make sense but it was cheaper for full timer insurance than homeowner insurance. I said do you mean to tell me that its cheaper to have the coach out on the road where the chances of something happening to it are much greater and the possibility of me making a claim is greater, than it is to have it safely parked and for the most part out of danger. She said that is correct. It was about $2000.00 a year cheaper to put fulltime insurance on it. So that it what I did, so every 30 days if I remember, I move it about a foot forward and a foot back. Most times I don't remember.
Sez Hoo! 04/11/14 05:33am Full-time RVing
RE: Can You drain coach batteries while driving?

On my coach the alternator charges the two house batteries and the chassis battery. My absorption fridge is not on the inverter circuit. Unless the generator is running or we are plugged into shore tie the fridge stays on the 12v from the house batteries.
Sez Hoo! 04/11/14 05:07am Beginning RVing
RE: toll roads

Cost me $10 to cross the bridge with my coach and toad, $2.50 per axle. Had I crossed the same river on I-287 a little farther down river it would have been $30.
Sez Hoo! 04/11/14 04:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorhome fire outside of DC this morning

For health reasons my wife and I stopped watching reading or listening to the news.
Sez Hoo! 04/10/14 04:57am General RVing Issues
RE: MICE

Been full timing for 4 yrs now and had only seen one mouse. Our cat which was declawed was slapping it around. But that mouse decided that our MH was not a good place to settle down in and start a family. Never saw that mouse again. New cat has all its claws so I pitty the next mouse. If ever.
Sez Hoo! 04/08/14 07:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Calling all Country Coach experts price check

Glad to hear you made lemonade from the lemon.
Sez Hoo! 04/07/14 08:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Calling all Country Coach experts price check

Sorry to hear about the Allure. Did you at least enjoy the Ferry ride across the sound? Have you checked out this site clicky They had a nice 2002 Magna.
Sez Hoo! 04/07/14 05:14am Class A Motorhomes
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