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RE: Solar Question.

Ok, thanks guys! :-)
Paoli 07/18/16 01:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Solar Question.

I just want to know if it's better to leave the batteries turned on while parked for a week or so without using the motorhome.... It's obvious I would turn them off during winter storage. I guess I should ask the RV place that installed the panel.
Paoli 07/18/16 12:32pm Tech Issues
Solar Question.

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it in Tech Issues: 28962448
Paoli 07/18/16 12:19pm Technology Corner
Solar Question.

Question: When I shut off the battery with the "shut off" knob inside the motorhome and park the vehicle for awhile, will the solar panel still charge the batteries?
Paoli 07/18/16 12:19pm Tech Issues
RE: prince george

TKW..unless things have changed? That's a long hike from the parking area to the site itself and even getting around the site is not an easy navigation for someone that has mobility challenges, as the OP said. Gary Haupt No, not true. There is a campsite within walking distance of Barkerville and everything it wheel chair accessible.
Paoli 05/05/16 07:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Advice traveling Albert and BC

Walmart in Hinton. Free Wifi.
Paoli 05/05/16 07:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Hwy 3 (B.C.) Hope to Penticton

Nothing serious. Road is the same as most other roads in BC. Done that many times with 5th wheel and with a motorhome.
Paoli 05/05/16 07:32pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Hwy 97 ( Alaska Hwy) closed North of Fort St John

Alaska Highway is closed in both directions near Fort St. John. No detour in effect. But, when going north on Hwy 97, you could take a left turn at Prince George and take the Cassiar Highway. Nicer scenery up there anyways.
Paoli 05/05/16 07:28pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Black Diamond, Alberta

Tx.
Paoli 04/09/16 08:45am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Black Diamond, Alberta

Received an email. They are open and ready to go in may. Thanks!
Paoli 04/08/16 11:44am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Black Diamond, Alberta

Ok, thanks guys. I googled and ended up seeing excavators at work. But I will contact them. Thanks again. I will let you know after I hear from them.
Paoli 04/07/16 07:58pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Black Diamond, Alberta

Thanks, but that's an old listing from before the flooding.
Paoli 04/07/16 02:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Black Diamond, Alberta

Just wondering if anybody knows what the score is on the Black Diamond Lions Campground which was destroyed a few years ago during the Alberta floods. I heard they are working on it to get it back on it's feet. We stayed there several times and would like to go back. Any news on this?
Paoli 04/07/16 10:32am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RV dump fees avoid Meadowland Campground Brandon Manitoba )

Most towns in BC have free dump stations, either by the town or some gas stations. We have camped at that RV Park in Brandon and they have full hookups included in the camping fees. If you need to pay 20 dollars, yes, that's a bit much, but since you have a big motorhome, probably worth over 100.000 dollars, why complain about 20 bucks for dumping sewer? They employ people to keep the place clean, they pay for pumping their septic system, etc etc. I would not mind paying 20 bucks to dump my tanks when they are full…..
Paoli 08/19/15 10:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Rock Creek Campground Fire

A major fire swept through the Rock Creek area. The residents of the campground had to get out with the clothes on their backs, & lost all their possessions including rv's, trucks etc. Some local residents also lost houses. It's a bad situation. Don't plan on taking Hwy 3 in the near future! http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-fires-wildfire-raging-near-rock-creek-forces-208-evacuations-1.3190519 Actually no RV's were lost at that campsite. Why do people blow things out of proportion?
Paoli 08/15/15 03:53pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Use caution camping in the Chilcotin!

That's absurd. We own a house at Lac La Hache (since 1996) and in Quesnel(since 1994) and never experienced these things between Lac La Hache and Williams Lake. They must have been talking about the Chilcotin area.
Paoli 08/10/15 05:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Use caution camping in the Chilcotin!

We live in the Cariboo Chilcotin and I can tell you that crime has increased a lot in the area around Williams Lake. Many vehicles are stolen and burned. A lot of cases of home invasions as well. I would not walk around Williams Lake in dark, that's for sure. And would not pull over in dark on the Chilcotin Highway!
Paoli 07/27/15 06:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Speed Limits in Canada

Try to stick to 110 km on highways. Going slower is going to irritate other drivers and causes people to take chances passing you. If you try 110 km/h on the Alaska Highway, you likely won't have an RV worth keeping after your trip. I don't mind passing RVs going 50-70 km/h, although last week the fellow who swerved into the middle of the highway to avoid a frost heave in his lane just about knocked my Honda Fit into the ditch as I was passing him. :E I wasn't talking about the Alaska Highway, I was talking about Canadian Highways in general.
Paoli 07/27/15 06:25pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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