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RE: Blue Ridge Parkway camping advice

We've never stayed there, but we have some friends that like Fancy Gap KOA. They have pull-thru sites. Tom
pulsar 12/04/16 07:47pm Roads and Routes
RE: Crock pot cooking while traveling?

Yes you can. But please make sure its not going to slide around while driving down the road. On the rare occasion we do it. Sarah sets the crock pot in one of the kitchen sinks. (She puts down a towel first.) Tom
pulsar 12/04/16 07:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motorized Sun Shade

It seems to me that if one can't lower it while driving, it's not really useful. How many of us start out and say to ourselves, "I need to lower the visor now, because I will be driving into the sun in 3 hours. The motorize sun visor on our coach, is use as a night shade. With the engine off, it will lower to cover the entire windshield. With the ignition on, ti will come down only a limit amount. If down when the engine is started, it will raise back up to its limit. Tom They usually have the shades in 2's. A Screen shade and a Blackout solid shade. The screen usually is NOT connected to down parameters. The Black out shade is. IF you have the solid shade ONLY, they try to limit its operation with the Key ON. But that is up to the OEM. Doug Both of ours, one called the night shade, the other called the solar shade, are limited the same. If the ignition is on, neither can be down lower than visor height. More over, according to the owner's manual, if the drive motor fails, both shades are retracted. Tom
pulsar 12/04/16 07:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Moving threads?

I suspect Gary is referring to this thread Weather guessers calling for nationwide cold blast next week that was moved from General RVing Issues to Around the Campfire. Generally, I don't like questioning a housekeeping matter in the open forum. More appropriate would be to send a private message to the moderator that moved the thread. However, a moved thread does not carry a indicator as which moderator moved it, other than the moderators listed for the forum from which it was moved. Tom
pulsar 12/04/16 01:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Motorized Sun Shade

It seems to me that if one can't lower it while driving, it's not really useful. How many of us start out and say to ourselves, "I need to lower the visor now, because I will be driving into the sun in 3 hours. The motorize sun visor on our coach, is use as a night shade. With the engine off, it will lower to cover the entire windshield. With the ignition on, ti will come down only a limit amount. If down when the engine is started, it will raise back up to its limit. Tom
pulsar 12/04/16 01:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

Yay Sam!!! For his weekend work and for his new help mate. Sounds like Wendy can take care of herself. Tom
pulsar 11/29/16 02:54pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Favorite Pet Commercials

The Subaru Comercial where a family of dogs is following a old dog in a old Ford with the left turn indicater on. Subaru has all of their old pet commercial online here. Tom
pulsar 11/22/16 01:30pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Favorite Pet Commercials

I wished I had been at this shooting to see how they did it. Farmer's Mermutt Add Tom
pulsar 11/22/16 09:19am RV Pet Stop
RE: Favorite Pet Commercials

Heres one from 2013 Dog Rube Goldberg Machine Tom
pulsar 11/22/16 09:10am RV Pet Stop
RE: Question on posting

If your post contains a percent symbol and you are using the RV.Net portal to the forum, that is probably the source of your problem. Switch to the Woodall's Portal It is a difference way to enter the same forum with the same user name and password. Tom
pulsar 11/21/16 11:31am Forum Technical Support
RE: Test

If your post contains a percent symbol and you are using the RV.Net portal to the forum, that is probably the source of your problem. Switch to the Woodall's Portal It is a difference way to enter the same forum with the same user name and password. Tom
pulsar 11/21/16 07:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jinks' Christmas commercial

Thanks for the laugh, Mark. Jinks is not a working dog like your borderline dogs ... make that border collies. But he does get around. He is a 6 time NADAC agility champion, has a Tracking Dog Excellent (TDX) title, obedience and rally titles. But he most enjoys his Therapy Dog work. He loves working with children. OK, there is one think he seems to like better. http://i.imgur.com/53bjLjB.jpg Tom
pulsar 11/21/16 07:27am RV Pet Stop
RE: Finding older posts from over 1 year ago

click on My Forums at the top of the page below your name Welcome RDMueller Scroll down to My Posts and click on it. (6th one over) It should show all the posts you've made. The My Post link on the My Forums page only show your post in the current 12-month period. Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 03:04pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Finding older posts from over 1 year ago

If you want to find a post that was made before April 30, 2013, scroll down to the "Date Posted" portion of the Advanced Search section of the Search Tutorial. If you are looking for a post that is more than a year old, but was made after April 30, 2013, the forum's search engine cannot find it. I don't think the forum software is archiving anything. Below is a discussion of the issue, for any that are interested. So how can one find a post that is more than a year old but made after late April 2013? A Google search, using the site option, is probably the best way. Here is a example: Suppose I want to find a post that I made, containing the keyword allie. I would enter this site:rv.net pulsar + allie If you quote this post, the site:rv.net pulsar + allie will be changed to site:rv.net pulsar + allie Discussion of archive gap. When a thread has been inactive for 12 months, it is supposed to be locked and moved to the archives. (More about that below.) The normal search only finds posts made in the last 12 months and an archival search should find posts that are more than 12 months old. What happens if a thread is still active, but has posts that are more than 12 months old? None of the posts are archived, hence an archival search cannot find them. But a regular search can't find them either; a regular search only looks at posts made in the last 12 months. To illustrate: A subject line search for "official" should find a thread titled The Official unofficial CPE 2000i Generator Thread. But the originating post was made in in 2010. Hence, a regular search will not find it. Since the thread is still active, the originating post has not been archived, so an archival search will not find it either. To find the thread using the forum's search engine, you would have to know a keyword in a post that has been added to the thread in the last 12 months. Champion is in the last post made. So a search for Champion will find the thread. Alas, it would also help is you knew that the last post was made in February; the post would be found on page 6 of the search results. More about archiving: In late April 2013, the forum software stopped properly archiving posts. Any post more that 12 months old that was made after late April 2013 cannot be found by the search engine. I believe that the software is not attempting to move posts to the archives. Since a search of the regular database is limited to posts lest than a year old, they cannot be found. Since they are not in the archives, an archival search cannot find them. Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 12:21pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Jinks' Christmas commercial

Here Jinks in a Belgard Pavers commercial. This still was taken with an iPhone off of a monitor; hence, the glare. http://i.imgur.com/9z41LNSl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/qiurGIYl.jpg Jinks had been lathered up for more than 30 minutes, when he decided the boy needed a kiss. Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 09:31am RV Pet Stop
RE: Jinks' Christmas commercial

Congrats! However, watching the video, the dog jumps in the back of the pick-up, but when it shows the pick-up on the road, there is no dog in the bed. I don't think they actually had the dog ride in the bed. Unless they did filming and then cut it out of the end production. No, Jinks did not ride in the bed of the truck, but it is implied. He gets into the truck, the truck drives away, Jinks is with them at the tree farm, he gets into the truck with the tree, they drive back to grandparent's house. (At least the story line we were given had it being the grandparent's home.) There will probably be multiple commercials made from this shooting, but this is probably the only one Jinks will be in, unless they make a longer version. It was a three-day shoot in Balsam Grove, NC Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 08:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: winter camping in the carolinas/florida?

We stayed in Huntington Beach State Park over Christmas 3 years ago. They day we arrived it was 80. The rest of the week it was in high 50's or low 60's during the day. Lower at night.It's a short walk to the beach, they have great nature programs and it's close to Murrel's Inlet where they have some nice restaurants like Drunken Jacks. While at Hintington Beach, take a tour of Attalya. Anyone going to Huntington Beach State Park should take the time to tour Atalaya (with one 't'). They don't have guided tours during the winter, but you can tour it on your own. If your are there between March and October, take a guided tour. The guide will share many interesting stories. Also, one should tour Brookgreen Gardens, which was part of the original Huntington estate. http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d90/tfix/Glacier%20National%20Park/IMG_1793.jpg Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 08:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Jinks' Christmas commercial

All three of our goldens have done Christmas commercials this year. This is the only one we have seen so far. Belks Disclaimers: I don't know how long the video will be available on the ispot site. And we do not like that the ad implies Jinks was riding in the back of a pickup truck. Tom
pulsar 11/20/16 07:00am RV Pet Stop
RE: winter camping in the carolinas/florida?

In you home state, we like Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet. During the winter months, the average lows are near 40º and the average highs are near 60º. We also like James Island County Park in Charleston. The average are a couple of degrees higher than those in Murrelles Inlet. In both places, it can get below freezing. If you watch the forecasts, that shouldn't be a problem. Tom
pulsar 11/16/16 06:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sanitize ice maker and hot water heater - How to?

Just some musings. I start with the fresh water tank and the water heater tank empty. The first thing I do, is remove water filters. We have three: a whole RV filter, a cold water filter under the sink that filters chorine for the kitchen faucet and the (residential) refrigerator, and a filter in the refrigerator. I don't know the capacity of your fresh water tank and water heater. Regardless, that will be a lot of mixture to put in your water hose. In my case, it would be almost 7 gallons. I put all 1 and 2/3 cups of bleach in a gallon of water and pour that into the hose. Connecting the hose to the RV before putting the mixture in, make it very difficult to get the fluid in the hose. The air in the hose must escape somehow. I have one end of the hose "high" and pour the mixture into the hose. Depending on the "lay of the land," one end of the hose is attached to the faucet and the other to the RV. Then fill the fresh water tank. I turn the pump on and fill the water heater. Next, I run water through all of the faucets, including toilet and the outside shower. Then, I run water though the cold water "tap" in the refrigerator. I refill the fresh water tank - 10 gallons went into the water heater. I let things sit for at least 3 hours. During this time, the ice maker is still operating. It will produce two or three batches of ice. After at least 3 hours, it's time to rinse. Before the second rinse, I replace the cold water filter under the kitchen sink. Tom
pulsar 11/11/16 06:22pm Class C Motorhomes
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