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RE: Mackinac Island

We stayed at the KOA in Mackinac City. It was a typical KOA and very clean and great owners. Short drive to down town and ferries to the island. JM2CW
FC 04/15/14 08:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Canadian Maritime Provinces Tips

While in New Brunswick, visit St Martins and drive the Fundy Trail. Its about 10 miles long??? and has many pull offs for photo opportunities and hiking trails. Follows along the Bay of Fundy. Our favorite short drive in New Brunswick. Also in St Martins there is a small take out restaurant called the "Cove". Great fish and chips. You can leave your RV in Saint John and this makes an easy one day touring. JM2CW
FC 04/14/14 11:43am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Seeking input from Forest River Georgetown owners!

We have owned our Georgetown since new and have been very happy with it.Remember there are two models of the Georgetown, one is an entry level and the xl version is well above the entry level.
FC 04/12/14 06:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Awnings

I am looking at doing the same for the awning and two slide outs. Any problems with Customs or did you have a friend in Maine??
FC 04/03/14 07:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 50 amp cheater

The use of the cheaters is against the electrical code here in Canada. FYI.
FC 04/02/14 08:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Who weighs?

I had our MH weighed when new at a Moving Company that have their own scales for weighing their trailers. The scale was set perfectly with the ground so i was able to get an accurate 4 corner weight of the motorhome. I think I paid about $20 Later at an RV rally we had the Ministry of Transport on site with their portable 4 corner scales and the numbers confirmed what I had found from the original weigh in. In each case the fuel tank was almost full and the water tank was about 25%, which is the way I travel. They also weighed the 4 corners of the Toad so I had an accurate weight for the new toad as well.
FC 03/31/14 08:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Car Trailers.

I believe that remco makes an automatic drive shaft disconnect so that you can tow almost any rear wheel drive vehicle. JM2CW
FC 03/12/14 07:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Myrtle Beach KOA- need site pics

We prefer the KOA as its not so sandy and no winds blowing sand into the RV. We have stayed at Lakewood and Ocean Lakes, but prefer the KOA. Some of the newer sites on the south side of the campground are very large with lots of mature trees on them. I am looking for a picture we took two years ago and when I find it I will send it on to you. JM2CW
FC 03/11/14 06:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to dump fresh water on my Class A

Our valve is in the same location under the wardrobe, but in our MH there is one door secured and the second door opens to provide access to the valve and the water pump. I do the winterizing from this point as I use the water pump to circulate the antifreeze throughout the lines. JM2CW
FC 02/19/14 06:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to dump fresh water on my Class A

Our Georgetown has a manifold for hot and cold water lines in the wet bay and you can open the manifold to drain all the lines there. Since each line is home run its easier to drain, but I would be worried some water would stay in some low point between the wet bay and the fixture. I always blow out the lines when winterizing and then fill with antifreeze. The water holding tank has a relief valve at the end of the tank and this drains through a pipe through the floor at out the bottom. I think the manifolds may have been installed only in the 2003 model year??? JM2CW
FC 02/18/14 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rv roof loads

In the new area where we store our MH the wind does not get as much of a chance to blow the snow off the roof. I went up last weekend and there was about 30 inches of snow there, and I shoveled it down to about 6 inches which had frozen with a topping of ice on it. I was very careful of the AC units, skylight, and roof vents as well as the fridge vent, the TV antenna and the radio antenna which were all covered by snow. First time I have done this in years as normally we do not get this much snow on a continuous basis. JM2CW
FC 02/14/14 06:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Debating upgrade to Georgetown 352 XL from Winnebago Access

We have had our Georgetown since new and have been very happy with it. We bought our motorhome from the dealer in Hamilton And have been satisfied. We toured the factory about 6 years ago. The. XL version is the upgraded version. Jm2cw
FC 02/11/14 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Parking for the night to catch a few zzzzz's!

The Municipal Campground in Port Huron is very convenient and the overnight fee is not that bad. Its easy on and off. We use it as a staging area when we are meeting to travel together in the US. We have all cleared customs and are ready to leave in the morning. JM2CW
FC 02/10/14 10:13am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Adios camping buddy

Sorry for your loss.
FC 02/09/14 06:41am RV Pet Stop
RE: Automatic trannys four down

Pontiac G6. Weight around 3,300 lbs.
FC 02/01/14 06:47am Dinghy Towing
RE: Crossing the boarder at Buffalo

Bea: I told them to look out for you. LOL
FC 01/30/14 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Dinghy Ideas, but not a Truck/Jeep/SUV

We tow a 2008 Pontiac G-6 ( no longer made) and its a great vehicle to drive around in as well. Automatic transmission. Tow 4 down. JM2CW
FC 01/27/14 10:40am Dinghy Towing
RE: Where to stay in Myrtle Beach

We have stayed at Lakewood, Ocean Lakes and the KOA on that weekend over the past 20 plus years and we still prefer the KOA. Its not right on the beach but you also do not have your unit full of sand. Can easily walk to the beach and some of the attractions in the area. Also short walk for groceries. Lots of trees in the campground as well and some of the newer sites are quite large by any KOA standard. JM2CW
FC 01/24/14 06:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: SOUTHERN NH OR NORTHERN MASS GOOD RV RESORTS

Just for your information, the last time we were there a caravan of 45 ft Prevosts stayed there and they all got on sites. Lots of great trees though. JM2CW
FC 01/22/14 09:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Branson

We also would recommend the KOA. Easy access to the shows. We were there with a caravan in 2010 and found the people very friendly and co-operative. The terraced sites were not all that large but adequate. JM2CW
FC 01/21/14 08:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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