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RE: Your winter destination

I can not get DW to go before Christmas so we leave the first day in January that the weather reports look good for travel. We plan to be back in Ontario middle June to do taxes. That means I have to winterize and de-winterize a number of times. Most years I have do it again in April because we do not have electricity where we store our RV. We have been doing this for many years going to Florida Texas or AZ. We go south as fast as we safely can in January but follow the warm weather north in the spring. Enjoy your time in the south check out lots of places.
Falcon35 07/05/16 11:02am Snowbirds
RE: Head on

I will never forget as a 19 year old laying on stretcher in hospital a ER. Drifting in and out of consciousness with a feeling that there were bright car lights coming at me. One time when I kind of came to I relised there was police officer looking down at me I asked who caused it? He said I don't see how it could have you as your car was totaly off on the right sholder and you were hit head on. I then decided I wanted to live even though my father had let me use is brand new car.It turner out the other driver was drunk. I hope that anyone here ever drinks and drives.
Falcon35 06/13/16 06:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Drain master hose

"A fool and his money -----" If am a fool then I'm a happy fool. I have a Drain Master hose and I can tell you it was not easy to get that money from me. On our motor home I could not get a leak free connection with several brands of hose including Rhino. The Drain Master does not leak even a drop. It is a lot of money but I no longer feel bad about the puddle under my stinky slinky. It must be the way our coach is plumbed as I never had this problem with our other RVs. I don't think I will ever have to buy an other hose.
Falcon35 04/21/16 03:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: SkyMed Policy?

If you have a motorized rv and you join FMCA it is included with your membership. As Canadians we will not go to the USA With out out of province medical insurance and those plans seem to have that coverage. I'm still glad to have the FMCA coverage for when we travel in Canada.
Falcon35 03/26/16 05:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Things to do along I 75 FL to ON

Thank's for the quick suggestions but we need to put in a little time before we get to OH. There is a weather advisory for Lima with blowing snow for Lima today. We do want to see our daughter and her family but not in that weather.
Falcon35 02/25/16 08:47am Snowbirds
Things to do along I 75 FL to ON

We are going to the FMC Rally in Perry GA (March 17-20) on our way home to Ontario from Florida on I 75. We don't want to go directly home as it will still be cold in Ontario. We have to be home by April 12 and will be spending about a week with family in Lima Ohio. That still leaves us some time to be tourists along the way. Any ideas for things along the way?
Falcon35 02/25/16 07:46am Snowbirds
RE: Cold heading south-problems

I had that happen to me some years back when we had fifth wheel. I got battery charger and it looked after us until we got home. I still have just in case and I did use it once to charge the battery on our toad.
Falcon35 01/01/16 07:49am Snowbirds
RE: Park recommendations?

We stayed Casa del Valle last year and would have gone there again this year if we had gone back to the valley. We had gone to an other park in Alamo for a number of years and liked it there but we got sick of the small sights. If I were going for the RCV for the first time. I would go down with out reservations and go to a park in the center of Valley and check into a park for a week. From there I would check out many parks until I found out the one for us.
Falcon35 12/13/15 02:13pm Snowbirds
RE: Park recommendations?

We have been coming to the RGV for many years and feel totally safe. This year we are going to FL just because we have not been there for a long time. That is why we travel with an rv so we can see different things. I have seen some statistics showing that the murder rates are much lower in the RGV then a lot of other area that are popular with snow birds.
Falcon35 12/11/15 01:14pm Snowbirds
RE: border crossing

when we pack our freezer, I write everything down that is in there and the border people really seemed to like that. the guy told me to do that each year.....We do that as well and have been told we like list people.
Falcon35 11/19/15 03:50pm Snowbirds
RE: Wondering how many Canadians cancelling trip south

We are planing on going south in Jauary. Have not made up our minds as to where .We were thinking it was time to try FL again. With gas down and as well as the $ down we should go back to TX because of the lower park prices.
Falcon35 09/08/15 04:54pm Snowbirds
RE: FL with out reservations

Thank's everyone for your comments. Feel free to keep them coming.
Falcon35 08/31/15 06:05am Snowbirds
FL with out reservations

We have been going to the RGV and AZ the last number of years. We are thinking it's about time to go to FL again. It's been some time since we were there and would like to travel around a bit. Will we have a major problem getting a site for a week or a month at a time in January, February and March?
Falcon35 08/29/15 06:41pm Snowbirds
RE: How is the Ford (Class A) chassis supposed to handle?

I switched from a F350 pulling a 35 ft 3 slide fifth wheel to our coach on a Ford.I do feel the side winds a little more. At this point that is the only gas choice you have in new coach. I have done the CHF and had the front end alined. It will not drive like your Audi or like a air ride pusher. I have driven in some real heavy cross winds and have not had a problem staying in my lane. I have read some of the negative posts regarding the high notice of the V10. I find if I back off just a little bit it shifts up a gear and it is not bad at all.
Falcon35 08/16/15 07:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Century Link in South Central Florida

Looking at Wind as an option but picked this link up, of course everyone has a bad-experience now and than, this lad sure beat up on Wind but he does appear as if most of it was his doing. Still wondering what one would expect in relation for a download and if there is a possibility of running over the 5GB's on Data as we use Netflix and we surf the net, use face time upload & download photos. The 5GB's appears like something new, this may or may not be true. Here is another link....but like I said every Company has it's downers...link I brought my own unlocked phone to Wind because I was not sure about there service. I wanted to be able to switch with out a penalty. So far they have been OK I do hope they soon improve there coverage in ON. I has given me good phone service in the USA. I have not used it as a hot spot as I have high speed wifi at home and in the USA park last winter I used the park wifi.
Falcon35 08/16/15 07:02pm Snowbirds
RE: Front end alignment cost??

In fall of 2011 I had an alignment done on my 2012 coach and it cost me $130.00 + 16.90 Tax =$146.90 Forest River sent me a check when I set them the bill with the repot from the shop.
Falcon35 08/13/15 07:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Century Link in South Central Florida

The plan that I have is $35.00 per month in Canada and I add the unlimited call and data for $15.00 when in the USA. If you take a look at there Website look for add on's and you see what they offer. I know that the Web slows down after a set amount of use. What I do like is my phone number stays the same in USA or Canada.
Falcon35 08/11/15 04:41pm Snowbirds
RE: Century Link in South Central Florida

Two months Cape Canaveral. Three months south Miami. One month Key West. Six months Ontario. We have two phones with Wind at $39 each per month. We each have a separate phone number and unlimited internet which we can broadcast to our tablets. All calls from the U.S.A. are included at no roaming. We just dial as usual. Has worked great for two years. I use Wind as well. Very happy with it in USA but hope they will have better coverage in Ontario soon.
Falcon35 08/11/15 11:11am Snowbirds
RE: T-Mobile Borderless Cell Plan - is this too good to be true?

I have been with Wind Mobile on there $35.00 plan in Canada since last November. When we go south I add on there unlimited US Roaming for $15.00. I bought an unlocked phone so I could switch back to one of the big ones in case it didn't work well for me. So far I have been happy the coverage in our area and in USA they are also with AT&T T-Mobile. I do like the fact that I keep the same number when in the US and I pay in Canadian $s.
Falcon35 07/30/15 09:05am Snowbirds
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