I would like to thank everyone for there response, all of you have opened our eyes to the responsibilty of gun ownership,we have never had a problem all the years we have camped, but the way things are now, it just made us wonder,should we, will contemplate deeply, happy trails to all. Wolf3gang
Does anyone carry a hand gun for security/protection while fulltiming, wife and I are contemplating, we really are not gun people, but living near Chicago, anymore it is like the old wild wild west, starting Fulltiming on May 27 TH 2013, we currently do not own a firearm, and would take safety classes and training, just would like to here your pros and cons, it would always be a desperate last resort to use the weapon, please respond thanks to all who respond.
Got a Quote from Blue Sky Insurance, seems very resonable, my question is does anyone use this RV insurance co, for Fulltime Ins, would like to here some pros and cons, also have a few quotes from other companys, thanks to all who respond.
Everyone is MAKING ME ,HUNGRY that Velvita cheese and Ro-Tel is GREAT and the Chili sounnds AWSOME in it,
its March the 2nd and cant wait too go Camping Everyone Have a SUPER Camping Season in 2013, Wolf3Gang
We have a Weber Q 220, It great except ours tends to run a little too Hot, even when turned on low, but we just watch what we are cooking,not to burn it, and enjoy our dinner, do not want my reply to stop you from purchasing a Weber they are Great.
Looking for Fulltime Ins, Received a quote from BlueSky RV Ins, liked the quote, and have gotten a few from some of the other big companys, Does anyone have BlueSky Ins, pros and cons would be great and other RVers out there with different Ins Companys as well. Thank all who reply, Wolf3gang
The sherpa tie downs are GREAT, used them when we were able to go to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in the the northeast tip of Minnesota along the Canadian border, they do NOT harm your vehicle, just open your hood and find two screws toward the the front , unscrew the screws and attach the screw through the eyelet and back in the the hole the screw came out of, then lay the tie downs on top of your fender, close the hood and hook tie tie downs too your s hooks of your straps, tighten and your ready to go. they are super strong and hold your kayak or canoe in place, after you are at your destination, unhook, lift hood and just fold back inside and close the hood.
Just salt your fillets a little and roll them in cormeal, fry and enjoy, have eaten fried fish this way all my life, Bluegills, Crappies, Catfish, White Bass, Walleyes, we enjoy them with coleslaw, cornbread, steamed fried potatoes, hush puppies, and onion rings.
My wife made this roast today 12/23/12 for sunday night dinner,after she saw your recipe, and wow was it great, the gravy was awsome, the meat super tender and the taste was fantastic,thank you, Hacy and Joyce Wright, its a KEEPER !!!
We have a Weber 220Q, but seems to run very hot, even when turned down to its lowest point, we keep an eye on the cooking time so food will not burn, also purchased a 20 lb propane tank to go with it, it works fine other than that, thought you would like to hear something different about the model.