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RE: We backed out of the deal

I prefer this one http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v706/AprilWhine/smileys/fat_lady_sings.jpg
AprilWhine 09/06/14 10:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: We backed out of the deal

Thank you for your input. The replies have been interesting, but the plot has thickened. It turns out that it had a salvaged title and he wasn't even the owner. He told us all about his travels in "his motorhome" and how it didn't work out. Honestly, I don't know what was going on at this point. I thought it was odd that he had it parked less than a foot from his house but now I realize he had the bad side hidden. I still like to keep my word, but I sure am sleeping better. I think the OP is distracted by the sound of billy goats tip tapping over his head.
AprilWhine 09/05/14 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: We backed out of the deal

Whether the OP was right or wrong to back out of a deal he had made, I do hope he was honorable enough to compensate the RV seller for delivering the RV?
AprilWhine 09/04/14 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for a convertible toad less than 3200 pounds

We have friends that tow an Audi TT convertible on a dolly. Very nice!
AprilWhine 09/03/14 09:35am Dinghy Towing
RE: Does anyone tow a "sporty" car?

AprilWhine 09/03/14 09:30am Dinghy Towing
RE: Ten year old MHs

Ok, you're lazy. ;) I've read several of those post, not all by any means, but did not see anyone with personal experience of being turned away. I have a 17 year old RV and have stayed at several 10 year rule parks with no questions asked. I did ask one park, several years ago, why would they turn away business. Was told the 10 year rule was in place to keep out trashy looking campers. So as long as your camper looks presentable, I don't think you'll have a problem with age.
AprilWhine 08/09/14 10:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Have you quit without notice?

We quit a workamping job without notice one time. What we were offered during the phone interview and what was actually given when we arrived were very different packages. Even with the almost nonexistent benefits, we still tried it for two weeks. We were promised benefits that would have worked out to about $8/hr but one biggie was missing when we arrived, making the real compensation equivalent to about $3/hr. It just wasn't good enough to put up with the short changed package so I told the manager we quit, then we rolled out about a half hour later. The lies we were told were not going to change. The manager was very unhappy that we quit, he said he wanted us to be the off season managers. We didn't give notice but we did drive almost a thousand miles on a broken promise. We no longer accept any offers to camp host, a free campsite just isn't worth the hassle to us.
AprilWhine 08/04/14 07:26pm Workamping Forum
RE: Personalized plates

The bus has TARD1S because it's bigger on the inside. ;) The View has OTHR CAR
AprilWhine 07/23/14 12:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My 2009 is now a 2008 according to California DMV

This is an easy one because I had the same problem when moving from AZ to FL. In your case, contact Winnebago and ask for a "Certificate of Origin". It will explain to DMV that your coach was a 2009 built upon a 2008 chassis. The VIN of the chassis will still show it as a 2008 but the letter will be all that is needed to get a correct title. For those with coaches built by companies that are no longer in business then this documentation is near impossible to acquire. Thanks!
AprilWhine 07/21/14 08:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: BMW X5 35d as tow vehicle

One thing that isn't well known is that the BMW X5, built in Greenville SC, is the #1 exported vehicle made in the USA.
AprilWhine 07/13/14 04:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: WE WON THE LOTTERY!, We are moving the US and buying an RV!

Welcome! For your rig, I suggest something slightly larger than 20'. I have a Sprinter based class C that is 24' and I think you might like it. Take a look at the Winnebago View/Itasca Navion floor plans, some are more usable than others. You haven't mentioned a towed car, but the Mini is ideal! I tow an 08 Clubman and it's dead easy. Just hook and go, don't even need to leave a key in the ignition. Here's a picture taken last year, we were in line for the ferry across the Yukon River at Dawson City YT http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v706/AprilWhine/Travel/2013%20Alaska/2013-07-09093553_zps4e0626f9.jpg
AprilWhine 07/10/14 11:43am Beginning RVing
RE: You can't fix stupid

Had to take a road trip by car last week. A Prevost MH towing a 7 series BMW 4 down passed me like I was parked. I sped up just to see how fast He was going. Twenty seven MPH over the speed limit! That right,102 miles per hour! If the driver of the Prevost reads this post, I want to give you two thumbs down!!! Troll post and you guys are feeding him till he's nice and fat. ;) 1. There is no base plate made for a BMW 7 series, only the 3 series and the Mini Cooper can be flat towed. 2. As a Prevost owner and driver, I know they are geared to be over-the-road busses. I have a Detroit Series 60 engine, 475 hp and 1400 ft/lbs of torque. I have plenty of power but with the gearing, I'm at redline near 80 mph. So basically, the OP started a Prevost envy thread and you guys all fell for it. LOL :B
AprilWhine 07/01/14 10:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Stopping Overnight

When traveling in the bus, we like to overnight at WalMarts. A big reason is because there's room to turn this rig around. ;) But we have not and never will park overnight at a truck stop. I agree with the OP and leave those for working truck drivers. But it is irritating to see trucks in the RV parking when a rest area has separate areas for each.
AprilWhine 06/27/14 09:51am Beginning RVing
RE: Santa Fe NM RV Parks

Remember, early October is the Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque. It will impact all the nearby RV parks.
AprilWhine 06/23/14 11:31am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Unfare pricing practices

Sorry, but that is why I don't buy extended warranties. You pay a lot and receive a little. X100 Better to put the cost of any extended warranty in a bank account calls "unexpected stuff". Learned my lesson about extended warranties as a naive young woman with my first car. Paid money I couldn't afford because I needed a reliable car and didn't know first thing about fixing one. Car broke, warranty denied because of something in the fine print, I rode the bus to work for six months. But I learned my lesson: took some auto repair courses at the local community college and have never bought an extended warranty again. This should not have to be said, but extended warranty sellers are in the business to make money. Buying a policy for a 17 year old RV and expecting to get service like a new car warranty is naive.
AprilWhine 06/17/14 12:21am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: To drive or not to drive - That is the question?

I can drive all of our vehicles, including the 45' bus. But hubby is a very bad passenger, so I let him do most of the driving. As we've traveled around, I see more women who do not drive their rig than I see ones that do.
AprilWhine 06/11/14 01:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Thoughts on the Palazzo

I may be wrong but I don't think that anyone who can just eat $50k and call it a learning experience is in any position to understand the OP's dilemma. So Is a $150,000 brand new MH that can't be used or expected not to be operational after warranty expiration due to structural issues is a smart decision to hold onto? When the slides stop working altogether after the warranty, repair cost for that and all the other issues could easily cost $50,000 in repairs, which would need to be done before you even take a depreciation loss ( $50,000) trying to sell it or trade it in. et2 has it right. OP is already going to eat the loss, I am just counseling him to not waste precious time in a lost cause. Thor is not going to give him his money back because it would set a precedent they can not afford. Whether the OP can afford the loss or not doesn't matter, it's money he's already spent.
AprilWhine 06/10/14 10:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: My Thoughts on the Palazzo

If anyone is willing to give me 50 ~ 60K I will gladly get rid of the Palazzo today. OP should eat the loss and attribute it to education. ;) Trade his Thor for an older model with superior build quality and quit moaning. He isn't hurting Thor, only himself and his family. How much would you pay for more years of RVing in good health? He's throwing them away by tilting the Thor windmill. We bought a new DP in 2008 and were unhappy with the build quality. To be clear, it would have suited most people's purpose but we tend to travel more in a year than average. We took the loss and traded it for the bus in my sig in 2010.
AprilWhine 06/07/14 09:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Campground = low income housing???

I would like to see a standard where anything called an RV Park or Campground had to have less than 30% full time residents.
AprilWhine 06/04/14 02:01pm RV Lifestyle
RE: 2 men shot - confrontation at campground

Guns + Alcohol - cleaning the gene pool since ~1630 :B
AprilWhine 05/27/14 12:03pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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