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RE: Winter Camping in New England - Suggestions?

We love winter camping. No crowds, quiet and those who are there are mostly quiet and peaceful. We also hike and back pack during winter month's
Oasisbob 12/31/14 03:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Great Loan Rate!!

I was taught it is always better to earn interest than to pay interest. Save up. It's just an RV
Oasisbob 12/31/14 03:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: How long is too long when looking at new TT

You will be too long for some camp grounds. Many USFS sites are smaller. Bigger is not always better. I see alot of wasted space with bigger trailers. IMHO
Oasisbob 12/30/14 04:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: pressure relief valve dripping

Mine did that for a time. I pulled up on the release and flushed it out. No more drips.
Oasisbob 12/27/14 02:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Games to keep in RV

UNO is our favorite camping game. Teach's numbers and colors and strategy. Also takes up very little space and several versions exist. Also have taught all my kids to play chess & checkers. Skip Bot also a fav and Monopoly for those really rainy days. Dollar store rain poncho's are a wise investment as well.
Oasisbob 12/27/14 01:57pm Family Camping
RE: Newbie, probably a stupid question

Congrats on the new trailer. No stupid questions here. Asking is how we all learned. The RV toilot is made to be used for both. As previously stated take care to dump and flush properly and all is well. In my fifty years of RVing have never needed chemicals either. Happy trails
Oasisbob 12/27/14 09:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Sealant for fiberglass roof - water intrusion in cabover.

What a sad deal. Only seven years old. You should probley have the rig pressurized and checked all over for leaks.Is water puddling on the roof or just not draining? Find the source of the leak. You have been given greaat advice on sealer.
Oasisbob 12/26/14 08:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Help 1972 Shasta Compact Interior Questions

Fresh out of college I bought my first RV and wanted to take care of the interior wood cabinets so bought some old school furniture oil and did all the wood work. Toward the end I am wonderijng why the wood is not absorbing the oil. It was not real wood. Fooled this fool. Doubtful yours is real. Does the inside of a cabinet have grain feel?
Oasisbob 12/26/14 09:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Merry Christmas

Sorry about the flu there Bryan. Atleast it is not during camping season. Merry Christmas
Oasisbob 12/24/14 04:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: How do campgrounds charge you?

Every site I have ever been in was a flat per site fee, not bo length. We normally resserv end the reservation site specifies length so you know you will fit or not. One consideration is if you plan on doing USFS sites they are often limited to 22 foot max as they are older. Best of luck
Oasisbob 12/24/14 04:52pm Beginning RVing
RE: Wash and wax aluminum sided trailers

I wish I had aluminum siding> I like the old school appearance and it is much easier to work with.
Oasisbob 12/20/14 10:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Slab City, California Observations

So no water? Where do folks dump? It is an interesting concept for sure.
Oasisbob 12/18/14 06:35pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: RV disposal...

I have known two folks who took apart their truck camper & class C motorhome scrapping the metal. Tok a few days. It was shocking to see what little there is to an RV.
Oasisbob 12/18/14 06:24pm Beginning RVing
RE: Stanley Steamer

We use a portable carpet cleaner that we rent and do the apolstry at the same time drying all with an electric dehumidifier. For the house we use Stanley Steamer with great results.
Oasisbob 12/18/14 03:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: quality gone down hill.

Sadly as long as we continue buying why should they care about quality? I have seen video of assembly line RV building. Speed above quality. Would be cheaper to slow it down and build with pride. I hear rumors the Cninese are considering entering the market. Maybe that will help. Folks spend their life savings and get junk. Sad but true
Oasisbob 12/16/14 02:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Humidity / Moisture Absorbers; Do They Work?

In reality NO they remove such a small amount IMHO they are ineffective. I use a small portable electric dehumidifier which can draw two gallons of moisture from the air in a 12 hour period. We put the unit in our shower and set it for whatever we like. We actually dry all our towels and wet cloth's in the process. No humidity in our hybrid. Problem solved. Best of luck
Oasisbob 12/16/14 02:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Had sleep study last night: calling all auto cpap users!

My wife was so bad during her test they woke her up and she had the machine the next mornning. We have Kaiser. Still she often does not use iit. The hose she has allows her to put it on the floor though I made her a shelf. She has the humidifier model. We were surprised it would not run through our four hundred watt power inverter. That is still a mystery. Best of luck to you
Oasisbob 12/15/14 03:57pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Black Tank Treatment - taken off the market . . . .

Seventeen years using water only. No problems or odors.
Oasisbob 12/15/14 02:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: securing a genny ??

I am very happy with my HONDA EU 1000 . I secure it with a quality bicycle U lock. I would consider a Yamaha if it were me. They are the quietest I know of and least offensive to the neighbors. If you mount it on a platform buy the cover.
Oasisbob 12/13/14 09:03am Travel Trailers
RE: Cable is going up again and satallite won't work.

I agree with previous post. Call the cable folks. Tell them you are dropping them due to cost increase. They may cut you a deal. This is not unheard of. After all, it's just television
Oasisbob 12/12/14 06:59pm Technology Corner
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