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RE: What am I missing in Grand Teton?

If you are a photographer, the Tetons are a treasure trove of great photos. The drawback is that the park faces east, so the memorable shots are going to be at sunrise. We do the mornings shooting photos then spend the rest of the day in Yellowstone.
Bob Landry 07/18/14 04:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: AC Ducting and Vents Flagstaff 25KS

I took the fantastic Fan inside cover molding out and you can feel cold AC Air (When AC is on) coming from the sides. So I know that there is ducting in there. If you took the fan trim ring out and you feel cold air anywhere other than coming out of a ceiling register, then the AC plenum and/or registers, like 90% of the other trailers on the road, wasn't taped correctly at the factory. Go to Home Depot, get a roll of foil duct tape and seal up those leaks or you will forever be posting on here asking why your air conditioner won't cool your trailer. That cold air isn't doing you any good in the ceiling.
Bob Landry 07/11/14 10:02am Travel Trailers
RE: So curious, how quick should A/C cool air?

Energy to precipitate water??? . Yes. Learned that in Thermodynamics 101. I am happy for you and notably impressed.
Bob Landry 07/05/14 06:30pm Tech Issues
RE: So curious, how quick should A/C cool air?

Energy to precipitate water??? Condensate is the by product of passing warm air over a cold coil. What in the world are you talking about. Relative humidity has no effect on the efficiency of a rooftop air conditioner. The compressor amp draw will increase with an increase of outside temperature, but the compressor runs at the same speed independent of relative humidity and the exchange of heat in the evaporator remains the same also.
Bob Landry 07/04/14 03:30pm Tech Issues
RE: Interstates in Wyoming

Most of I10 across west Texas is 85 and DPS still pulls people over for speeding. Go figure.
Bob Landry 07/03/14 04:39pm Roads and Routes
RE: Why do They Do this???

If you are making reservations online, The Google satellite image of the park can tell you a lot, especially if you have never been to it. The other thing we do is get an extra map when we check in, do a walk-thru of the park and make notes as to which sites are best for shade. If you do it in the morning and again in the afternoon, you'll get a pretty good idea of the directions of morning and afternoon sun..
Bob Landry 07/03/14 04:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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