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RE: I need a reality check

I think these two groups will serve you well: Nu RVers NuRVers is a community website for young and active RVers, many which work and are on the road full time. and Technomadia Chris and Cherie are full of tech info for the RV community.
Escargot 12/16/14 10:37am Full-time RVing
RE: What is Quartzsite RV Show all about?

I usually go every other year to meet-up with members of a national / regional group to which I belong. We circle the wagons and have a blast. Been to the Big Tent Circus once several years ago for a couple of hours just to see what the big deal was. Meh. I'll be there again this year but will bypass downtown and just socialize with the group.
Escargot 12/15/14 09:09am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: How many hours on your Generator ?

Shouldn't each generator have at least 12 hours per year on them given the necessity of exercising them?
Escargot 12/13/14 12:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Californianos Hang Onto Yer Britches...!

Here in metro San Diego, we got an intense downpour that tapered off after a couple of hours, the rest of the county didn't fair as well...floods, downed trees, etc. We usually have 50 vehicular accidents per day. On rainy days that multiplies to 200/day. Yesterday there were 400+ accidents. I'm thinking rain has been such a rarity that when it does rain, southern Californians are too busy looking up at the sky instead of keeping there eyes on the road.
Escargot 12/13/14 08:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Suburban Anode Replacement

The 3rd rod from the left is intriguing. First few inches eaten away while the last segment is still relatively meaty. What would explain the inconsistency? TIA
Escargot 12/13/14 08:41am Tech Issues
RE: Now where do we go?

what bs. go! just take a cab back to the rv park after dark if you aren't willing to walk....probably a good idea anyway. X2
Escargot 12/11/14 06:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is grease/lubrication a DIY on your rig?

And some graphite grease for your door locks. (To much grease in the world!) I've found that graphite collects too much debris so I use teflon spray on my door locks.
Escargot 12/10/14 09:27am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Go ahead...be jealous

LoL!
Escargot 12/09/14 07:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: How many hours on your Generator ?

2006 Pleasure Way / Sprinter chassis: Odometer = 35000 miles Onan Gen (propane): 56 hours
Escargot 12/09/14 04:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roku and Chrome stick

Along the same lines, recently it was suggested, since I was most attracted to Roku over Chromecast, that I purchase Roku for home and Chromecast for the RV.
Escargot 12/05/14 10:06am Technology Corner
RE: Missing person. Please watch for her RV!

Posted on Facebook.
Escargot 12/05/14 10:01am General RVing Issues
RE: Retirement

Congratulations!! My last day is 31 December 2014. I. Can. Hardly. Wait! See you down the road!
Escargot 12/04/14 08:54am RV Lifestyle
RE: To Plan or not to Plan

Don't some full timers go by the 3-3-3 rule? Off the road by 3pm, stay at each stop for 3 nights, and I can't remember the last one. I think the third "3" is 3 hours driving.
Escargot 12/03/14 04:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Opinions on Stealth Conversion Van Valuation

Nice job on the mods!!
Escargot 12/02/14 07:09pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Naked-eye astronomy is more than just meteors.

I'm not a "stargazer" per se but I must add an app I use frequently: "Stargazer" for iPhone. Identifies in real time: constellations, stars, brightest satellites, Nebulae and Galaxies, ISS, etc. Well worth it!
Escargot 12/02/14 03:15pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: It is a BIG desert!

I've camped on BLM land about 50-75 ft. from circled wagons groups. Usually I do this if I have an intuitive negative feeling about my surroundings. Being a woman travelling solo, I want to be close enough in case of an unforeseen, unwelcome event, yet far enough from the group that I hope I'm not seen as encroaching. I also tend to make myself very visible at first, so members of said groups(s)won't feel threatened by my presence. I can understand given that you are solo....... But 50' is shorter distance than my truck and 5vr Even 75' is basically still 'part of the group' And should I have 'an intuitive negative feelings about my surroundings' I would be questioning WHY am I not moving on :H Sometimes it just isn't possible to move on when the last bit of energy/alertness has been sacrificed.
Escargot 12/01/14 11:00am Toy Haulers
RE: It is a BIG desert!

I've camped on BLM land about 50-75 ft. from circled wagons groups. Usually I do this if I have an intuitive negative feeling about my surroundings. Being a woman travelling solo, I want to be close enough in case of an unforeseen, unwelcome event, yet far enough from the group that I hope I'm not seen as encroaching. I also tend to make myself very visible at first, so members of said groups(s)won't feel threatened by my presence.
Escargot 11/30/14 07:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: A "blow out" of a thanksgiving trip!

I love happy endings!
Escargot 11/30/14 06:05pm Travel Trailers
RE: Our trip from Reno to Marshfield, MA

I LOVED your video and the music was very uplifting! Thank you for sharing your adventure. Tech questions: Did you use a Go-Pro, and which editing app did you use? I ask because I'll be heading to Maine from San Diego in April and would rather produce a video than a thousands photos. Thanks in advance.
Escargot 11/30/14 06:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Rockin' out (I guess)........how much is too much?

The owners of a private campground I camp at told me they had a complaint about music being played from my camp site. The campground had signs on the way in that had camp rules on them. One said "NO MUSIC". This particular site was back into the trees from the road and away from the clearing the other sites surrounded. There is no way that anyone outside our camp could here the music at the volume I had the radio. I think I know who complained. We had a visitor that was curious about our site and how we had set everything up. He was very friendly and had asked about the radio. Later the owners stopped in to have some food and drinks with us. I still had the radio on. He said the guy was just being an @$$. Exactly what about that sign was unclear? Another classic case of rules apply to everyone but me. I was thinking the same thing - but was going to say it nicer. :) Unless the signs said "No Music! Unless you are in Site X", then the rules apply to everyone no matter how much space is between sites. Owners like this aggravate this "rules apply to everyone but me" when they completely ignore the violation by one person for personal reasons. As to the speaker volume, the actual numbers mean nothing. One set of speakers will be inaudible until you get to 20, another will be too loud at 4 - judge your speaker volume by how far away you can hear them, not what number they are set at. Thanks for your comments, I was just about to post the same sentiments. Meanwhile, the suspected complainer is the a$$. Unbelievable.
Escargot 11/29/14 08:39pm General RVing Issues
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