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RE: Older does not always mean wiser so.......

I am with all the other posters. There is no WIN in it for you. It would take a long time to get a ROI. By that time they will have raised the maintenance fees to the point you will never be free camping.
Homer 04/15/15 01:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Would this bother you?

The power cord situation could be one whereby he is using two outlets to double his incoming power. I use a 30a and a 20a on my motor home going to a dedicated second box. This way we can use heaters, etc and still have a full 30a in the coach. My strong advice is do not ever confront the perp yourself. Even if you fear damage might occur, if it does, it would not be to difficult for an insurance inspector to find out. The management has his name and lots of information on the perp.
Homer 04/09/15 05:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Would this bother you?

I agree if he hasn't brought the slide back in by your next visit or one week which ever is sooner, I would speak to management about it. No need for you to get personally involved. You paid your fee. It is possible I suppose that he cleaned the carpet and left the slides out for drying purposes, but that does not explain the power cord.
Homer 04/09/15 12:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Former or Inactive members

HOMER is still hanging around.
Homer 04/08/15 08:26am General RVing Issues
RE: 5er without 5th wheel or pick-up???

I put a ball hitch on the front of my motor home so I could launch my boat with it. Beats the heck out of wandering what is going on back there.
Homer 04/05/15 07:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Poor, poor, pitiful me

I agree with 100% of the above responses. You only have one trip through this life and you best make the most of it. When you are gone these kids will all have the same things going on with out you. DO IT!
Homer 04/05/15 07:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Tragedy leads to no camping at Cottonwood, AZ Walmart

Can't imagine why the local vagrancy laws did not apply to this squatter, much sooner.
Homer 03/28/15 10:08am General RVing Issues
RE: Things are FOULED UP BEYOND ALL REPAIR

Can't do anything but get better now.
Homer 03/24/15 07:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Towing at night in hot weather

I have hooked up test gauges to my system to double check the on board gauges. I was really surprised by the difference in water temp and the oil pressure between the test gauges and the on board gauges. On board were showing normal range, test gauges showed substantial difference on the negative side.
Homer 03/24/15 09:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Red Squirrel or Chip Monk

I agree with Midnight Sadie, been there done that; there is a better way. The critter is just trying to live.
Homer 03/23/15 07:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Exterior paint schemes and interior design.

I am with you JB's Cabin. I just cannot see the goofy swirls, swoops and clashing color schemes they put on these RV's. I don't find the interiors to be bad, albeit I cannot see white and light tans in the world of outdoors. What's worse it does not take a long time for these graphics to deteriorate in the hot sun. Then you have one big expense on your hands to replace them or paint the whole rig. I saw a fiver coming down the high way yesterday that looked ridiculous,it looked like a duck had been walking all over it. Guy had a real nice truck though.
Homer 03/23/15 12:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bedbugs!

From what I have read, there is only one sure fire way to get rid of them. "High heat". Most pesticides do not work. The local board of health should be able to give you some good information. This has been my personal nightmare on buying anything used.
Homer 03/17/15 11:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Tough job testing RV's

Unless it was an independent review company, I would put very little credence in what they had to say. I would like to see Consumer Reports do a once a year report on RV's but it is not going to happen, not enough people into the hobby. Some of those I have read in T/L and Motor home are ridiculous. It might be interesting to have a spot on the forums where only people that has owned at least 6 different rigs report their experiences and critique the various models they have owned.
Homer 03/16/15 08:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Electric Blankets pros and cons

I have used e-blankets for many years. Never had a problem of any kind. I trust a blanket a lot more than a propane furnace.9@@
Homer 03/12/15 03:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: prime time mfg

Why would you pay a dealer for a PDI unless it was from a dealer you did not purchase the unit from. PDI should not be at the cost of the customer. Never paid for a PDI in over 40 years.
Homer 03/12/15 01:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: Suggestions take truck for hook up repair battery connection

Man you are one lucky Dude. Seldom have I seen more responsible and helpful answers than you received on your problem. One or more of them is accurate.
Homer 03/10/15 12:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sunny and Balmy!

Don't trust Mother Nature, she is fickle. Most of the time I have seen better March weather than April in Indiana.
Homer 03/09/15 03:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oh No!?!,,?

Definely back flush before you try anything else. Best done at home or any where but the campsite.
Homer 03/06/15 11:48am General RVing Issues
RE: 5th or Class A ???? - Work and travel rig

The one equation I have not seen in the above very sensible advisories, is maintenance. Class A's require a lot of service. It is not easy to maintain a Class A, unless you have your own well equipped garage. Most dealers are not reliable, unless you bought it from them, they will put you at the rear of the line. Since they probably will not see you again, they are not going to give you first class service. I have owned them both 5ver and 7 motor homes. The 5ver will give you the biggest bang for your buck. You can get a p.u. truck serviced any where. You generally do not need a toad which you will have to buy insurance for and maintain.The motorhome is easier, I think, to set up in a camp or resort.Today's Class A in a rain storm you do not even need to get out of the vehicle to dock it. I liked when my wife would fix lunch for me while en route, and I never had to stop in the A. Be sure the whole family not just your wife agrees with you choice.
Homer 03/03/15 06:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Purchasing a MH using an escrow service & insurance ques

My advice would also be do not commit funds to purchase anything you have not seen. Then if you are still interested, set up an escrow account whereby the release of funds is dependent on your final acceptance. I would also lock in the price up front.
Homer 03/02/15 08:46pm General RVing Issues
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