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RE: AAA RV auto club

I've had it for many years in Southern California. Had the RV prior to my current one towed a couple of times. No charge. Great service. Had to use their battery service recently for the Tiger. The guy met me at the storage lot, put in the new battery which I bought from him, and followed me several miles to my mechanic's place to be sure that I got there safely. That is service beyond the call of duty.
Tiger4x4RV 10/01/15 09:18am Travel Trailers
RE: Scenic and Adventerous roads around the Redwoods

Clickable link for the info in the post above: http://www.nps.gov/redw/planyourvisit/drives.htm Smith River NRA backcountry roads guide: link I drove the Old Gasquet Toll Road in the Tiger a few years ago. See also Tony Huegel's book California Coastal Byways. Link to bits of that in Google Books.
Tiger4x4RV 09/29/15 06:18pm Roads and Routes
RE: Are there any other 4X4 RV owners here?

Good point. No sense having 4WD just to be able to say you have it. I need high clearance way more often than I need 4WD. However, when you NEED 4WD, you usually REALLY need it. Sometimes that is only for a few yards of a tricky place, but you might need a tow without the 4WD. A careful and experienced dirt road driver can go a long ways off pavement.
Tiger4x4RV 09/15/15 07:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where did all these people come from?

Don't forget getting away from the fires and smoke. Maybe those kids are home-schooled. I see that more and more when I camp in what used to be the quiet season.
Tiger4x4RV 09/15/15 10:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Need help with CPAP for camper

We have certainly digressed from the OP's request, but here goes on the O2 question. Info linked on Medlineplus.gov is screened with vigorous standards. Your taxpayers' dollars at work. Disclaimer: I am a reference librarian, not a health professional; that means I am good at looking up reputable, verified sources and that I do not interpret those sources. from Medlineplus.gov and the Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/hypoxemia/basics/definition/SYM-20050930?p=1 This one says blood O2 levels below 90% are considered to be low. From Medlineplus.gov and the American Thoracic Society: http://www.thoracic.org/patients/patient-resources/resources/pulse-oximetry.pdf This one explains pulse oximetry and states that "Normally, more than 89% of your red blood should be carrying oxygen."
Tiger4x4RV 09/13/15 10:19am Tech Issues
RE: Are there any other 4X4 RV owners here?

Nice-looking rig! You really have 6 wheel drive, great for sand. I am on my second 4x4 RV. Been driving them since 1991. First was DRW, current one is SRW. Rarely to the beach, mostly desert and dirt roads. Have never aired down. A 4x4 RV is an RV with extra talents, but it is not a rock-crawler.
Tiger4x4RV 09/11/15 08:14am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Fridge Off While Gassing up

A few years ago, a couple had their Tiger's propane tank filled at a gas station. They went inside to pay and looked back to see their Tiger in flames. They had not turned off the frig. The spark from it igniting for its next cooling cycle apparently set off residual fumes from the propane fill-up. I saw the news video then, but cannot locate it right now.
Tiger4x4RV 09/10/15 08:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Need help with CPAP for camper

Getting a sleep apnea machine is not like getting a prescription. More like getting a new roommate and the two of you have to get used to each other.
Tiger4x4RV 09/09/15 03:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Is this completely ridiculous?

I would focus on why you are unhappy and not so much on the RV being the end-all solution. In my opinion, you'll find the same unhappiness, just in a different way. X2 Good luck! X3 on that. I've been camping and Rving for almost 70 years so far. Been in 50 states and some more places. Have grown children, lots of grandchildren. Some renting and moving around, one 30 year house, same type of employment for over 50 years. I'd say stay in a house. If new sights are what you need, go camping or exploring, even right in your own town, every weekend, every vacation. Make these trips be educational for you and your kids. There is always something new to see, something new to learn. And do work on pinpointing what it is about your current life that makes you unhappy.
Tiger4x4RV 09/07/15 05:51pm Full-time RVing
RE: musical Thumb drive usb port

I looked up the specs on 2016 Minnie Winnie on Winnebago's site. Here is what it said under Cab Conveniences: ... Radio w/AM/FM stereo, CD player (NA 31H) Radio/Rearview Monitor System 6" LCD touch screen color monitor, remote, AM/FM stereo, iPodĀ®/MP3 input, color rear camera (31H) ... Her unit may not have a USB port in the cab, but it looks like she could play music (or audio books or whatever) via an MP3 player or and iPod. That might require a cord. Can she send you a photo of her sound system? Or a photo of the appropriate page in the owner's manual? Then you will know what you are working with. My 2012 daily driver car has a cord with a USB port on it that goes into the glove box. I plug a flash drive in there and can play almost endless music, no ads, no static. It is wonderful. Sadly, my older RV truck chassis does not provide such delights.
Tiger4x4RV 09/07/15 03:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Distinction Between C+ & Super C!

x2. A C is a C. My little 20 foot C parks next to one of those super monsters in the storage area. The super thing makes nice shade for my rig. :-)
Tiger4x4RV 09/07/15 10:05am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need help with CPAP for camper

Get a DC cord specific to your machine if at all possible. This page has a whole bunch of different cords plus a phone number you can call if you have questions. They really helped me when I bought my cord. They will be able to tell you if your machine cannot run off 12V at all. Before I got my 12V cord, I ran my CPAP for one night on my Duracell 100W inverter. Did not use the humidifier. It worked fine.
Tiger4x4RV 09/03/15 05:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Not a truck camper, but interesting camper from Australia

I think these are usually known as expedition trailers. Perhaps mount one on a flatbed? A nice collection of images, courtesy of Google: link
Tiger4x4RV 09/03/15 09:50am Truck Campers
RE: park model change 120V to 12 volt

Google this phrase: "tiny house off-grid electrical system" The results will give you tons of info to sort through.
Tiger4x4RV 08/31/15 06:59pm Tech Issues
RE: handicap rv parking

Perhaps there is a parking lot shuttle? Call and ask.
Tiger4x4RV 08/30/15 07:54am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Trip report: boondocking (good) & meteor show (not great)

Proof that even "not perfect" trips can still be wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Tiger4x4RV 08/27/15 05:14pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Washing during drought

Around here we think of the dirt as a badge of civic honor or perhaps as an extra layer of insulation.
Tiger4x4RV 08/23/15 04:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: North California coast on the cheap

Mattole Campground Mattole Campground $8 a night, right on the ocean, lots of scenery, can be very windy. Vault toilets. No hookups.
Tiger4x4RV 08/21/15 12:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Borrego Sprigs RV short stay in February

There are lots of trees in Anza-Borrego Desert! Palms, ironwoods, willows, etc., also bushes and such. Many happy birds. I cannot help you much with full-hookup sites, because I usually boondock. The state park, http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=638, does have a f-h section, where you would probably need reservations. state park brochure and small map Here is the 2012 version of the park magazine: link Other great info sources: Anza Borrego Desert Natural History Association, http://www.abdnha.org/. Bookstore, gift shop, lots of activities, and a very informative newsletter. Anza Borrego Foundation, http://theabf.org/explore-anza-borrego. Don't forget the quirky sculptures: http://www.galletameadows.com/
Tiger4x4RV 08/21/15 11:39am Snowbirds
RE: Beating the heat trip - 2,500 miles, 18 days

You really know how to travel! Thanks for sharing your trip.
Tiger4x4RV 08/18/15 01:37pm General RVing Issues
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