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RE: I81 to 95

We do I 81 south to I66 east to 17 and then I95 south and we really enjoy the scenery along the route 17. jm2cw
FC 09/12/14 11:00am Roads and Routes
RE: 2002 Forrest River Georgetown 346 S Ford 35' Gas

We have a 2003 Georgetown 346 DS on the Ford chassis. The difference in the two units is we have a bedroom slide which your unit would not have.We have had this unit since new and it has been and continues to be a good motorhome.I think I even have the Georgetown brochure for 2002 some where in my papers. One thing to check is the rubbers for the slides as they were installed with adhesive and i have had to re-secure them all with fasteners. not a big job. We love our unit. I believe that 2003 was the first time Ford installed the Bilistein shocks on the unit and our unit has the 22,000 lb chassis. Some of the units at that time came on the 20,500 lb chassis.
FC 09/09/14 08:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: KOA Myrtle Beach, SC?

Our campground of choice is the KOA in Myrtle Beach. We have stayed at Lakewood and Ocean lakes, but still prefer the KOA. Walking to the beach is not a problem as stop lights to allow crossing. jm2cw
FC 09/02/14 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: WiFi available, Canada

there is free wifi available at most Tim Hortons donut stores and most MacDonalds as well. lots of locations to update daily. We used the free wifi at Dunkin Donuts when we were in Vermont last month.
FC 08/20/14 09:14am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: looking at 2003 37' Damon Intruder 375, opinions needed

The year of the chassis is important. The 2003 model year switched to Bilistein shocks and there was a HP increase according to the Ford literature I have. Also want to make sure they are on the 22,000 lb chassis. Our 03 chassis was the 350th of the upgraded chassis. JM2CW
FC 08/11/14 08:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford F-53 Steering & Suspension problems 2003

My ford dealer found the table when our motorhome was about two years old. He did the addition of little clips???? On the front sway bar and it drive es very well.
FC 08/03/14 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Guelph Ontario Conservation Area CG

The Guelph Lake Conservation area is quite a distance off the main highway. We can speak for Green Acre park in Waterloo as we are staying here in our RV for the summer waiting for a new home to be built. We left this area at 10 in the morning and we made it to Essex Junction Vermont by 8 at night. Friends of ours from Western Illinois met us here and we drove together to Vermont. Easy drive. JM2CW
FC 07/29/14 06:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2003 bounder ford v10 no start

Glad I could help. It seems like such a simple thing to do but it works. LOL The Tech that was sent to our site found the problem in 45 minutes and charged me an hour, while the road service paid for his trip to and back.( $150) It was a Friday afternoon and we expected to be spending a weekend at a local Ford Dealer. The TECH was excellent.
FC 07/22/14 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do you tow behind your Motorhome?

We tow a 2008 Pontiac g-6.
FC 07/21/14 09:53pm Dinghy Towing
RE: 2003 bounder ford v10 no start

I had the same problem at a rest stop in Illinois last year coming back from Iowa. I was fortunate to get a good Tech from the road service and he followed it through and when he removed the leads from the noted solenoid on the passenger side of the radiator, he sanded the connectors, put it back together and it started right up. No problem since. The solenoid was accessed from the passenger wheel well after turning the wheel to allow access to the point. JM2CW
FC 07/21/14 01:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electric steps only retract with ignition turned on

The other possibility is there is a delayed retraction to the stairs when you park it and exit the MH. I think ours stay extended for about 5 minutes and then retract. This happens when we store the MH at the storage yard. JM2CW
FC 07/02/14 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
Happy Canada Day

Happy Canada Day to the many Canadians who post on this forum.
FC 06/30/14 06:26pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Road side assistance

I am not sure who Explorers use as their provider, but its probably still a US based provider. WE have had Coach Net, but are now with Good Sam and we have been happy with the service from each of them. I would stick with a larger group who negotiates with more strength with the suppliers if there was a problem. JM2CW
FC 06/29/14 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cape Breton

We have done the trail a few times, but we would not drive our MH around it. We always camp in Baddeck and make a nice day trip around the trail. Need to pick a day with no fog. Its so much more enjoyable to drive it in your toad and not have to worry about stopping to pull over for that special picture. There are lots of real pull offs as well. JM2CW
FC 06/05/14 06:38am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Some Questions About New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

Also if you private message me I will send you a link to pictures as well as a word file with some suggestions on what to see and where to stay.
FC 05/31/14 08:02pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Some Questions About New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

One important thing to remember, best to leave your fire arms at home But come and enjoy some of the friendliest people you will ever meet.
FC 05/31/14 08:00pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Georgetown 351DS

We are very happy with our 11 year old Georgetown which we bought new in 2003. I believe that in the years around 2010 to 2012, that Georgetown was the highest volume Class A gas models sold in North America, so there are a lot of them out there. Also Forest River is very well financed. JM2CW
FC 05/22/14 07:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where you headed for the Victoria Day long weekend?

Neighbour's are headed to Fishermans cove this weekend too. We are at our campout and they are expecting around 90 families to attend.
FC 05/15/14 07:52pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Where you headed for the Victoria Day long weekend?

We are off to a rally for Family Campers and RVers near Stratford Ontario. Weather sounds horrible! Also wondering about parking on soggy wet grass and the possibility of getting stuck after all the predicted rain + the heavy rains over the past couple of days. Oh well - will worry about that later in the weekend. Hope everyone has fun and be sure to be alert and drive carefully. Trip: Make sure you say hello to us. We are the Canadian Regional Directors for this group and we will be going on site this evening. We will have a great weekend no mater what the weather. Hugh and Camy Hicks
FC 05/15/14 06:55am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Considering 2000 Georgetown 346S vs 2003 Damon Challenger

We have a 2003 Georgetown 346DS with the two slides and like it very much. We bought it new and it has been a great unit for us. We really like the layout. Ours is on the Ford chassis and we tow a Pontiac G-6 with no problems. Ours has the 310 HP version of the V-10 I think and 03 was the first year it was available????. JM2CW
FC 05/12/14 08:17pm Class A Motorhomes
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