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RE: Tell me if you think this is a wise purchase

Don't give up. Maybe it is a Newell worth $100K that any park would love to see roll through the gate. We just need to know what it is to advise you. I don't have more info yet, but JAXFL's response: In this area a 20 year old MH is way below $15K. I see 8-15 year old ones for sale for $8-12K all the time. was exactly what I need. I'm not worried about the mechanical end of it. Like I said, my husband is an instructor in a school with a diesel program and can adequately assess whether it is sea worth, so to speak. After more consideration, it's probably not going to be a good deal and won't be what we need.
Boonedocks 12/04/13 01:29pm Full-time RVing
RE: Do you decorate for Christmas ?

The $1 Santa hats look good over the tops of the mirrors. Last year we ran a set of LED lights around the cargo carrier on top of our toad and powered them with an inverter we carry in the car.
Boonedocks 12/03/13 03:47pm Full-time RVing
RE: Memberships worth it or not?

Passport American is our principal discount card. We also have Escapees and Good Sam's but those two are more for their other benefits.
Boonedocks 12/03/13 03:42pm Full-time RVing
RE: Water Softener Yes/No

We wouldn't be without our softener. We use the Travelsoft which uses solar salt for regeneration. We also use a two cartridge whole house filter system ahead of the softener with a sediment filter followed by a taste a odor filter as sold by the RV Water Filter Store. And every single one of our water connections has a quick connect on it (except of course for the first connection to the hydrant)
Boonedocks 12/03/13 03:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Siping MH tires for wet traction

Some tire siping info.
Boonedocks 11/27/13 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How you can afford it.

Try to limit driving to 150 to 250 miles max and then stay at least a week and up to a month. That's about $80 to $130 of fuel amortized over a 7 to 30 day period -- or $3 to $18 per day. And less during longer winter stays.
Boonedocks 09/16/13 07:21pm Full-time RVing
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