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RE: Kingman, Az. Bluegrass

That looks like a great time! Thanks for sharing this trip report. Yet another thing for my bucket list.
brirene 12/20/14 08:13pm Truck Campers
RE: Camp Cook Equipment for the Fire

Purchased one of these a couple of years ago. Sturdy enough for cast iron pans and Dutch ovens. Also have a tripod that converts to a simple crossbar for hanging pots, etc. Got that from a blacksmith at a festival years ago.
brirene 12/20/14 08:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Giving credit where credit is due.

Good service. Are you roasting your own? Care to share the process?
brirene 12/20/14 01:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Best RV Cover for winter weather; snow, ice, cold temps?

I've been very happy with my Adco Tyvek, designed for the weather you describe. It has an extra vinyl layer on the roof, completely "breathable", that is quite durable. I've had mine for 7 years. Tire covers are not routinely included, but I've seen special sales where you can get them. Again, Adco's have worked well for me. And no, I don't work for Adco :)
brirene 12/20/14 10:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Compass not working F-350

Did you do something along this line when you followed the manual? I had to do that once with another truck and was successful. I got a chuckle out of step 3. LOL...wonder how long it takes for that CAL indicator to get turned on by that process? :E
brirene 12/19/14 07:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2009 Ford F250 super duty v8

5.4 in a 250...heavy truck, small block V8 (same motor in that era Expeditions -we had one). It's going to be weak when towing. Good advice on looking for a V10. X2, and I've owned both. V10 is great puller, but thirsty.
brirene 12/17/14 07:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Renewal Update

Oh, come on, man... you're just getting paranoid,... :)
brirene 12/17/14 07:42pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: The death of a motorhome

Same goes for fivers and tt's, I would imagine. Sounds like a great idea to alot of people, until either the novelty wears off or life gets in the way. I agree with your statement about moving on quickly when I'm done with it, for whatever reason. Really kind of sad.
brirene 12/17/14 07:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Measuring for rv cover

I personally would go larger. Actually, I have. My 33'9" fiver is covered by a 34-37' Tyvek cover. The excess is easily folded and tucked at the rear. Never had any problems with it, and would hate to try to wrestle one on if it was even a couple inches over or under, ac took up too much, etc.
brirene 12/17/14 07:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: Explanation works for me!

Lucky for me I've learned very little, and retained even less. (Or so I've been told). I should be a wiz in my geriatric years! ;)
brirene 12/17/14 03:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: Anyone still have theirs???

I've got a static cling one on my rear window. Think I've also got a sticker. Got them several years ago. There used to be a template somewhere in the faq section, but I think that was removed or disabled.
brirene 12/15/14 08:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: Why don't you read?

I agree. But what really bothers me is when people don't seem to read all of the posts in a thread before responding. Sometimes they repeat what I've already posted earlier! Wonder why they do that? Ok, ok, you had to know that was coming! I don't know why folks do that, but I've noticed it too. Short attention span maybe? I'm sure I've been guilty of it too. I sometimes end up skimming, and notice later that I didn't read correctly or completely. I mean no offense, and take none when it happens to me.
brirene 12/15/14 06:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Becoming an Elk

Jeez, are all Elks this touchy? As I stated earlier, I had a great time at an Elk's party while camping, and met some great people. They attempted to recruit me, but there is no club within at least an hour and a half of my home, so I wouldn't be able to be very active. I have been a member of various service organizations, and worked with others. They ain't all choirboys and girls, and have many different motivations for joining. Lighten up.
brirene 12/14/14 01:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Becoming an Elk

I know about the Elks club. Had a great time at one of their Octoberfests. I've not heard about them having campgrounds tho. Wonder if your friend meant you could stay overnight in their parking lots?
brirene 12/14/14 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Just wanted to say goodbye

I've very much appreciated your willingness to help all of us who have far less understanding of these systems, and hope you see fit to drop in now and again. I wish you all the best. Happy trails!
brirene 12/13/14 05:14pm Technology Corner
RE: DIY winterization

You'll get differing opinions on this. Easiest/cheapest way is to drain water and then pump pink af through the lines. Af replaces the water in the lines. Also safest, imo. Only expense is a couple of gallons of af. You can drain the wh independently, then bypass it for the af.
brirene 12/13/14 09:37am Tech Issues
RE: is this big enough??

...it is a bit louder. Not meaning to hijack thread, but this is hard for me to wrap my head around, never having seen or heard one of the champions. Can anyone quantify this? Is it "drive you and your neighbors crazy" louder? Hear it all over the campground louder? Fine for disbursed camping louder? Or not really very noticeably louder than red or blue ones?
brirene 12/13/14 09:22am Tech Issues
RE: mattresses

If you're concerned about weight consider a sleep number bed. The air mattresses are very light. Just remember to decrease the amount of air when you go into higher altitudes.
brirene 12/12/14 06:38am General RVing Issues
RE: Trip report: Chattanooga & GSMNP April 2014

Nice tr! Thanks for sharing it. Looks like everyone had a great time.
brirene 12/11/14 08:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pros and Cons of Travel Trailers...

More space in your trick bed; ability to keep it fully covered while towing.
brirene 12/10/14 07:02pm Travel Trailers
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