Thanks to all who have checked this out. not palmetto bugs for sure, way to small. There is no food source either. Sharon always keep food in air tight containers and there is no food in the camper at this time but i still have the bugs. when they fall in they die, so thier are little dead bodies lying around. Yes, I sweep them all up as soon as possible. I think that I will fog again and see if that works. Where do you think that I could take a few to find out what they are? Thanks, Roy
Thanks For all of the thoughful reasoning.. I'm not going to do it. I did look into the Smarttrailer, only problem is that they are NOT legal east of the Mississippi.. go figure.. and that's North to the South. And also, my Honey does't like toyhaulers either. I guess that I could make her ride the motorcycle from A to B or wherever. Oh Ya, that would work, right? Thanks again. See you all on the road. And if anyone is around Ocala National Forest, Big Scrub campground this winter, stop in and say Hi.......
Here's one for ya since I can't find any references.
Have a rear pullout on my Keystone/Cougar that will carry 200lbs. I want to carry a yamaha vstar 650 or 1100, about 600lbs. First, will the 5th wheel support the weight if a proper rack is setup without any handling problems and 2nd will the frame handle it? Now has anyone out there addressed the problem? Again, thanks for any help. Roy/Sharon
I don't know just where they came from,but their are lots of them. I fogged the inside, seemed to work for a time, but their back. they seem to be coming from the walls/roof. not sure. Not in the front much or the back, sort of in the middle. I don't believe that I have any leaks. I'm going to try to attach a pic. We spent last winter in Ocala National Forest as volunteers. When we came up north is when I noticed them. They are about 1/16 of an inch long. Look like a miniture beatle, sorta... I have a pic but can't seem to load it..
Any help would be appricated.. Thanks, Roy and Sharon:?