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RE: Canadian Mail Forwarding

We no longer try to get our mail from home. We do our banking on the internet and have arranged to have most of our bills are debited to our bank account. We can see everything on the web and check things first thing every morning. At home we live in a condo and have have a neighbour pick up our mail. She would check for a special letter if we need to. Early on we had a daughter package up our mail and it didn't get to us for several weeks and the package was ripped.
Falcon35 03/24/15 04:40pm Snowbirds
RE: Protect-A-Tow ?

I like it as well. Our Honda Fit is so low that it gets a lot of stuff of the road and the Protect-a Tow protects it really well.:)
Falcon35 03/04/15 08:22pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Getting an American Visa Credit Card

We are in The RGV have a TD US$ from Canada. Today when I gassed up out toad the pump asked for zip code. I put in the numbers from my postal code + 2 00s and that worked. In the last few years that would not work with our Canadian cards.
Falcon35 02/10/15 04:34pm Snowbirds
RE: cell reception options

We have been using Skype for 5 years or more. You do need good wifi and you need to set up account and put in ten or fifteen dollars to call a phone numbers. That cash stays in your account until it's used up. We have never used up the full deposit in three to four months of calling back to Canada. It only costs a few penny per minute. Check out there website.
Falcon35 12/28/14 07:41pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Golf

THanks Lynndiwagon,The reviews for Lazy Palms Ranch rv resort in Edinburg are not that good is there a reason for that,we maybe headed that way. We stayed at Lazy Palms some years ago. Nice big sites (lots of burs). The address is Edinburg but is almost 20 miles north of the town. If you stay there be prepared to drive a long way for everything.
Falcon35 12/24/14 09:44am Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Using Wind Phone

I have had a bill at $35:00 ± tax and I'm posting is with my BlackBerry z30.I did have the BlackBerry unlock phone that Wind put there sim card in.
Falcon35 12/22/14 05:58pm Snowbirds
RE: Snowbirds - WHere are You Today?

Waterloo ON Nana will not go until after new years. Plan to leave January 3 for the RGV.
Falcon35 12/20/14 10:21am Snowbirds
RE: Impressive Grand Floridian Hotel

When I see things like that I just think. Some People Have Just To Much Money.
Falcon35 12/20/14 10:15am Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Using Wind Phone

I only need USA roaming for 4-5 months per year. Does WIND allow you to suspend or cancel for the other months? Couldn't find that in the FAQ. Yes you only added it for when you need it according to there representative. I need to get it turned on as we plan to leave on January 3. I will know better after we try but we do have an unlocked Black Berry Z30 so can switch if we are not happy.
Falcon35 12/20/14 08:54am Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Using Wind Phone

Used all the way down to Florida. No problems. Made long distance calls home and no extra charge. I even tethered my phone to iPad for wifi without extra charge. That's great I hope mine will work as well in South Texas. Thanks for getting back so quickly. It looks like it may be the answer for cell in US for Canadians.
Falcon35 12/17/14 05:07pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Using Wind Phone

I switched to Wind from Rodgers. I'm paying the same price as with Rodgers but getting wide open unlimited US. I'm a happy camper. :) What part of the USA have you used it? I have just switched from Solo Mobile (owned by bell) to Wind. I had good coverage in the USA but at $1.45 a min. I did not like to use it. I have bought an unlocked phone so if it is not satisfactory I will just get an other sim card. We have made our calls home to Canada on Skype.
Falcon35 12/17/14 09:18am Snowbirds
Canadian Using Wind Phone

Wind Mobile is offering a unlimited USA plan for $15.00 on top of your Canadian plan. Has anyone on here tried it. Check there web site it looks good.
Falcon35 12/16/14 08:39am Snowbirds
RE: Eletric steps

If your rig is still under warranty & your steps are Lippert, contact Forest River. Here's a link for Forest River contact info. https://dealers.forestriverinc.com/Download/ContactInformation.pdf If you haven't already, you might want to check out forestriverforums.com - plenty of info available specifically for the FR owner. At Forest River Forums go down to the Georgetown section and do a search there for steps and you will get a lot of information.
Falcon35 11/03/14 05:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Eletric steps

I had ours replaced at the Frog Rally in Goshen.
Falcon35 11/02/14 06:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling Jacks Popping and Creaking

In my case they only put in one half a quart and there was room for that in the tank.
Falcon35 09/30/14 07:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting an American Visa Credit Card

We have a TD USA $ visa card that seems to work well and we save the 2 + percent charge. It is no charge because we have a Borderless Plan account with TD and as long as we keep a minimum amount in the account it is no charge. It also gives us the opportunity write US$ cheques on that account.
Falcon35 09/29/14 02:47pm Snowbirds
RE: Leveling Jacks Popping and Creaking

This was an interesting post....I've never heard or read about this before, especially on here. Is the coach actually moving while you're walking around and the noise occurs, or is it happening when just sitting there. My previous Monaco had a front jack that would occasionally fall about a 1/4" and really bang. In mine the jacks were not moving down at all. There was just a loud popping sound. I was at the Frog (Forest River Owners Group) rally in Goshen IN last and sat in on a Lippert seminar where they were talking about there products. The introduced the man that had done the development on there levelling jacks. So I went up to him after the presentation was over and asked him about popping jacks. He told me that Cat had discovered a fix for the problem that he had a long name for. He then sent one of there men down and he added a half quart of the Cat additive to our tank and it slowly got better. Now on the Lippert web site the have detailed instructions on the procedures on how to install it.
Falcon35 09/28/14 04:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling Jacks Popping and Creaking

I have also added the Cat additive to my lippert jacks and it is almost 100% better.
Falcon35 09/26/14 07:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Exploding coach battery!

I had a coach battery blowup when our coach was no more than six months old. I called Forest River manufacture. There warrenty department manager told me to thoroughly wash down the battery compartment. He then had A dealer bring out A pair of new batteries and had them check out the converter/ charger to be sure it was not overcharging. We also stopped in at the factory Service Center on our way Home from Texas that spring. They checked out the charger and also found out it was okay. They then decided it must have been A defective battery. The coach is now three and a half years old with the same batteries and they are fine.
Falcon35 09/26/14 07:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Transmission changes on the 2015 Honda CRV

I just been doing some reading on the Internet and from what I see there it's only the Japanese CRV that's getting the CVT transmission. The information that I got was 2015 in North America still has a five speed transmission.
Falcon35 09/22/14 10:00am Dinghy Towing
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