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RE: Who's Looking Out for Our Interests?

No clout? You/we have one of the biggest pieces of "clout" in existence: Your Wallet. Don't like what is going on? Then close it. Your wallet gives you no clout. The loss of revenue from one person means nothing to any of the manufactures. IF you can convince enough other people to not purchase their products/services THEN your combined wallets have some clout. But, by yourself, you have none. It's even worse with the government. So, what the OP is trying to is that there are no RV advocacy groups and I would agree. He also believes we need one or more and I also agree. He challenged Good Sam to be that group. Not sure I agree there, but something would be better than nothing.
AO_hitech 01/19/15 01:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: No thank you. Don't need your help

I would and have rejected "help". It has absolutely nothing to do with macho or ego. It's a matter of trust. I don't know you or anything about you. Same here. I rarely have any problems (a MH is much easier to back in), but I often get in and out several times. Mostly I am just trying to get it exactly where "I" want it. My wife is the spotter and I just have her let me know if I am about to hit anything.
AO_hitech 01/02/15 01:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bears!!! Yosemite, Can I wake this thread up?

Would something like a empty pop or beer can be enough to attract a bear? What about a empty bag of chips? A gum wrapper? A candy bar wrapper? Remember there are no bears in my area I'm just curious and that's why I'm asking. In Yosemite, yes to all of the above. All garbage and trash needs to be in the approved containers. No leaving any scented garbage "unsecured". ALL of it.
AO_hitech 12/08/14 06:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bears!!! Yosemite, Can I wake this thread up?

The bears haven't figured out that they can get into RVs, yet. My guess would be they think of them as houses and they don't try to tear their way into those. BTW, it is VERY difficult to get a spot for an RV in the valley. And you can't get in during summer without one.
AO_hitech 12/04/14 02:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: A peeve of mine.

Where are all of these pullover lanes anyway??? Outside of areas where there is a lot of high load high use vehicles I don’t see the traffic engineers designing and installing them… Out here in the Peoples Republic Of Kalifornia on winding/twisting two lane roads there are lots of marked "turn outs". There are other areas that are safe to pull over. When I say pull over, I mean COMPLETELY out of the lane. I typically stop once I am in the "turn out" lane, but not always if it is long enough. If I cannot pull COMPLETELY out of the lane I wait until I can. The law reads that you must pull over when safe to do so. Signage directs you to pull over at the first available "turn out".
AO_hitech 08/28/14 04:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: A peeve of mine.

I think waiting until there are 5 or more vehicles is way to long. More than 5 will get you a ticket out here if caught. When traveling less that the speed limit, or 25 mph or less regardless of the speed limit, I pull over whenever there is a vehicle behind me. I've had many "beeps" of appreciation.
AO_hitech 08/28/14 10:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Do Ice Cubes in the Black Tank Really Work?

Great video, loved it. I still think you can call it busted!
AO_hitech 08/18/14 10:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Was I Wrong? (Long Story)

He came up because I wasn't responding and even said so. Sure, I could have just walked away but my dog had to pee as well and I was tired and going to bed as soon as we got back. Normally I would have walked away but this guy just rubbed me the wrong way. It was probably going to happen anyway, but I also would have ignored him until he came over to me. Then I would have responded about the same as you, UNTIL he went into a family members site. I would have then had a more "intense" response than you. I understand it still bothering you. I had an altercation (not at a camp site) on New Years Eve and I just got over it. ;)
AO_hitech 07/29/14 04:24pm General RVing Issues
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