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RE: Where to from here? (Custer S. Dakota)

The Little Bighorn Battlefield Battlefield National Monument is just off I-90 in SE Montana. Worth a visit. GM You might want to take in Devil's Tower in Wyoming and Pompey's Pillar in Montana. Both are worth a visit.
John&Betty 07/19/14 06:13am Roads and Routes
RE: Storing your WDH spring bars

I made a wooden box out of 3/4" plywood complete with removable lid to store the bars when not is use. The box is stored in pass through storage compartment. I also place all of my hitching accessories in the box as well. It keeps things organized and since I have grease on the one end of the WDH bar, the box helps to keep things clean.
John&Betty 05/30/14 08:02am Travel Trailers
RE: Sky Deck Renovation

gonna be fun watching this project..........
John&Betty 04/06/14 08:56am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Cool Mods - Thread restored 10/18/2012

So??? How much of it do you need? $12 or $16 should buy all you need. Not all that much... unless I make a mistake like this... Seems I wasn't paying enough attention when I cut the first (stained) piece... and cut it with the back of the railing showing... instead of the front. And not having enough rail left over to recut... I had to go back to Home Depot for another stick.:S ================ Ah yes, what's that old saying, " measure twice- cut once". Been there done that... :B Or in my case...damn I cut it twice and it's still too short.............:S
John&Betty 12/08/13 07:08am Travel Trailers
RE: What kind of screw head

I was thinking along the same way that Sue was.....that if it was a 8 point screw than a Robertson screwdriver might just work.
John&Betty 09/29/13 09:33am Tech Issues
RE: Finally Getting Started: New Garage With RV Bay

Been following this thread for a long time now and wow am I ever impressed. When this project is completed, it sure will be a beautiful and functional addition. Great job.
John&Betty 08/10/13 07:06am Truck Campers
RE: Strangest thing asked to borrow

We pulled into a KOA late one night and a man from England (I think so anyway based on his accent.) stepped out of the shadows from a rental RV to borrow a corkscrew for his bottle of wine. We don't drink and never carry anything to open those kind of bottles; so I guess he spent the evening without his wine. :( A wood screw and a pair of pliers will do the job:B or a stick and/or something else suitable to push the cork into the bottle.
John&Betty 08/09/13 09:40am RV Lifestyle
RE: Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

As for the drawers opening during travel. When we installed our new bench seating with full length drawers we didn't realize, until we went on our first trip with them, that there was no mechanism in place to keep the drawers closed. So, both drawers were doing the dance down the road around turns. Solved that by getting the child safety catches for drawers. They are spring loaded and clasp when you close the drawer. A simple reach through the handle opening to release them is all that is needed. Now the drawers stay put. We had that problem as well. I just made up a short bungee cord with 1 1/2" "S" hooks on either end, hooked it diagonally across the face of the drawers and voila, no more problems......
John&Betty 08/04/13 08:16pm General RVing Issues
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