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RE: Movies with RVs

then there's the classic..."Stripes' with an army version of a class A... I guess you could say that it comes "Fully Loaded".........lol.........
John&Betty 11/06/15 06:06am RV Lifestyle
RE: Fridge On or Off?

Another ON vote here. and another ON vote
John&Betty 10/31/15 05:50am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Propane on while driving- refrigerator

I never shut my propane off and always run my fridge while on the road. X2, never had any problems. X3 x4
John&Betty 10/09/15 06:26am Travel Trailers
RE: totes or portable tanks

As I don't have a ladder on my trailer, the tote gets carried in the truck.
John&Betty 09/19/15 08:11am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Gas station help!

At ½ a tank, I keep an eye out for a convenient place to fill. As mentioned by others, saving a few bucks isn’t nearly as important as finding a place that’s easy to get in and out. On long trips, I usually carry 2 Jerry cans for those ‘just in case times’ and always top up the tank before hooking up and heading out.
John&Betty 09/11/15 07:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Finished our solar Cover for the Camper/Truck/Etc..

very nice.
John&Betty 09/04/15 08:15am Truck Campers
RE: Renovating a 30+ year old pop-up

Great looking unit. She'll be a beaut when completed. Keep the pics coming so that we can see the progress.
John&Betty 08/30/15 05:51am Folding Trailers
RE: How do you store/secure your portable generator?

why do the 3000 watt generators weight more than two 2000 watt units, when the twins provide a lot more power? Where does that extra weight go?Good question. I can make an educated guess that it goes into sound-deadening hardware as the 3000 is much quieter than than 2ks. and also due to the 12 volt DC electric start with the enclosed low maintenance battery. that'll add some serious weight.......
John&Betty 08/30/15 05:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Food storage for tent campers

Block ice rather than cube. Fill quart milk or juice containers with water and freeze them (cheap block ice). Separate coolers for food and beverages. Make sure all food/drinks are cold before putting them in a cooler. Have fun, take pictures and post them here. I use upwards to 4 per cooler and the containers are 3/4 melted after 3 days, so this will work for your 4 day trip. This method also prevents your food from floating in water from the melted cubes. and make sure that the coolers are always in the shade. If that is hard to do, make a low shelter by tying a tarp to some trees and place the coolers under the tarps.
John&Betty 08/30/15 05:37am Tent Camping
RE: Turned dresser into a desk

Great idea and very nice job.
John&Betty 08/15/15 06:14am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Yellowstone mosquitoes specifics?

The biggest problem I have had in Wyoming with mosquitos is the little mosquitos can come right through the screens. Then they grow up quickly. They unhook the screens and let the big mosquitos in. Terrible problem. Only solution is to install locks on your window screens. OK, so did you end up using combination locks or keyed locks ? I would think the keyed lock may not be adequate since they more than likely would find the key. JMO I would imagine that they would get inside the keyhole and adjust the tumblers so that the lock pops open and then they're in.... They are crafty...... :B
John&Betty 06/14/15 10:56am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Games to keep in RV

Uno, yahtzee, pass the pigs, cribbage and a couple of decks of cards...........
John&Betty 12/28/14 07:20am Family Camping
RE: Travel trailer floor plans-rear bath vs middle-split bath

Ours has a rear bath with an entry door so that bathroom is always accessible. The front entry door provides the access to everything else. We love the layout of our trailer and have lots of storage space.
John&Betty 12/07/14 08:59am Travel Trailers
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