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RE: hero cat saves boy from dog attack

Who filmed this, and why didn't they try to help? Also, why did the mother leave with the child still out there? Mike Why are there 3 different cameras or 3 camera angles used during the video?
McZippie 05/15/14 02:27am RV Pet Stop
RE: Class B Van Windows

With a fantastic fan venting out only need to crack open a window to create a breeze in van. The smaller the opening the better.
McZippie 04/18/14 11:25pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: How to flat tow an AWD SUV?

Why don't you just rent a car at the tournament destination? When you factor in gas, wear and tear and the possibility of the unknown you may be better off and with less expense. Why doesn't he just sell the motor home and fly to the tournament then rent a new SUV. Factor in the gas, wear and tear etc... :)
McZippie 02/10/14 07:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Walmart overnight stays allowed or not allowed

When camping overnight at Walmart we never ask for permission and disregard the no overnight parking signs. Never had a problem. We also camp overnight at many other box stores and shopping centers. No one cares, they are asphalt parking lots that are open to the public. Come on down to Florida and try that! :B And BTW: They are 'privately owned' parking lots NOT public parking lots. The owners/lessee's of the property get to set what ever rules they want. :W We have been parking lot camping all over Florida, Walgreens, closed gas stations and fast food restaurants are all good. Of the hundreds of nights we have been camping only a hand full have been in paid campgrounds. BTW I didn't write that they were public parking lots.
McZippie 01/23/14 01:18am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Walmart overnight stays allowed or not allowed

When camping overnight at Walmart we never ask for permission and disregard the no overnight parking signs. Never had a problem. We also camp overnight at many other box stores and shopping centers. No one cares, they are asphalt parking lots that are open to the public.
McZippie 01/22/14 01:46pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Older 7.3 Deisel vs. Newer Ford Engines

I would pass on the K&N if you drive on dusty roads. Ditto don't do it! Ford makes an upgrade Abrams Tank type air box and filter for the 7.3. It's a easy bolt on swap.
McZippie 01/22/14 01:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Older 7.3 Deisel vs. Newer Ford Engines

Thank You for all that has responded. With all of the pro & cons, I think I am going to Beef up my 7.3 with a K & N air filter system, increase my exhaust with Banks Exhaust & try out the programming chip. Then, I will go from there & maybe if a real good deal comes along on a newer truck, I may have to jump on it if this does not work. Happy RVing out there. We can't wait till March, then it's full time. Just remember the transmission with the 7.3 L Diesel engines is the weak link. 2001 Excursion 7.3 with 180,000 miles, non towing at freeway speed 16 mpg. Just rebuilt the trannie. Plan on keeping it as long as possible but if needed to tow heavy and long would get a new diesel pick- up.
McZippie 01/22/14 01:20pm Fifth-Wheels
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