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RE: Why do people spell Cummins with a "ings" ?

My spell checker is inside my own head developed by paying attention in school.
buta4 05/26/16 01:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bird nest up on the side of King Pin!!!!

Perhaps a veterinarian can give advice or refer you to a rescue organization?
buta4 05/19/16 12:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Thefts at Jesse M. Honeyman State Park

Two 5 gallon fuel jugs with water? It would be worth losing the jugs Better with half-and half gas and water in the jugs for the gas odor? Or, Claymores around your site .. you know which end faces the "enemy"? :B:E
buta4 04/30/16 10:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rt 2 thru Vermont, NH, and Maine?

Just don't try to drive up Mt. Washington. In ANYTHING! Take the train! It looks good at the top, and at the bottom. But the inbetweens!!! Especially with the buses on it! Driving a car up to the summit of Mt. Washington via the Auto Road is a piece of cake (albeit exciting) as long as the altitude and a narrow two-lane road doesn't cause a concern for you. The buses mentioned above are actually passenger vans called Stage Coaches that use the road. Done that road several times with no problems. The only thing to watch out for are your brakes and use your lower gears. On the descent, do not overheat your brakes! There are several SMALL pullouts where you can rest and cool brakes and, if you're in a heavy SUV, etc., do not skip any of those pullouts unless you use a heavy low gear. FYI..the ascent has some sheer drop offs, mostly on the passenger side. On descent, there is mostly mountain up to the roadbed on the passenger side (there ain't any breakdown lane on that road!).
buta4 04/26/16 07:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Propane and tunnels

Tunnels in Boston, all three of them, NO propane onboard! Take the surface route bypasses.
buta4 04/23/16 12:05pm Class A Motorhomes

At 325 pounds each track...I ain't lifting that!!
buta4 04/19/16 07:34pm Toy Haulers
RE: Where to go in MA, CT, NY this weekend or next?

Wompatuck State Park in Himgham. Large and faintly private wooded sites and 35 minutes from Boston.
buta4 04/15/16 09:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: For you train nerds

This is a one of kind camper built by a very experienced builder. This build is #12. What were the first 11? :) This is the caboose. So probably the Engine, coal tender, box car, tank car, flat car, grain car, gondola car, auto hauler, refrigerator car, passenger car, and dome observatory car.;) Now that's something to choo on. :)
buta4 04/10/16 06:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Expandable waterhose?

Why don't they just call it what it is? Not for DRINKING water. I have the answer for that question. Few people have analyzed the word "potable". But I have...Since water is ABLE to go into a POT, it is POT ABLE. ;) Now, one can sleep tonight. :)
buta4 04/07/16 11:38am Class A Motorhomes

The OP specified 'smallest PROPANE barbeque)! Not originally. Post was Edited at 6:59 and THEN specified Propane. Otherwise WHY would posters previous to Editing ask...charcoal or propane :S I read the op's post as propane. I didn't see any editing change(s) as I normally do not research editing histories. I fail to see the value in editing history when I read the post as is. And all I saw propane, period. ;)
buta4 04/02/16 08:52am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Self driving RV...and as always, Canada leads the way

Watch the video all the way to the end. This is great! And at the end, there is a final disclaimer that it's an April Fools joke. Always read the fine print.
buta4 04/01/16 07:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Black tank beatles: No more dumping!

RE: The above post...After all, today is April Fools day. PS: How does one tell the wife that there'll be several hundred beetles crawling within the black tank when she sits down on the toilet? Ya, right!! LOL
buta4 04/01/16 07:35pm General RVing Issues

The OP specified 'smallest PROPANE barbeque)!
buta4 04/01/16 07:14pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Self driving RV...and as always, Canada leads the way

Wait until hackers get control of some of those on-board computers. Crash city! Sitting inside a speeding cacoon surrounded by tons of glass, metal, fuel, etc. at highway speeds???.... better believe I'd be sitting on the diver's seat! ;) PS: It's an Apri Fools joke anyway, LOL.
buta4 04/01/16 07:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: oreo cookie filling

Canned tuna is now 5 oz instead of 7 and most of the tuna is really small shreds. GEISHA tuna in water is the best tasting in my opinion. Geisha also has the least amount of rodent droppings and hairs and insect pieces than any other brand, per USDA. Geisha is usually a whole chunk with minimal, or non-existent, shreds.
buta4 03/14/16 04:08pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: From TC to class B

Sportsmobile - none of the main page links work? Only has a home page? I browsed it yesterday. Maybe they're updating it on Sunday? It is a trove of information and prices for each individual option and plan. :)
buta4 03/13/16 09:56am Truck Campers
RE: From TC to class B

Take a gander at SPORTSMOBILE.COM. One can design one's own layout, etc. Even 4Wd if so desired, including seats, etc. The site shows how to do it.
buta4 03/13/16 07:41am Truck Campers
RE: You never know who may park next to you at WalMart

The negativity on this thread is a trip. LOL 1. He chooses to live in a van as his investment money manager allots him $800 a month living expenses. (sic: Investment manager) 2. His lifestyle is free and easy and is his RE-CREATION from the tense and pressured lifestyle of major league baseball. (sic: Re-Creation, briefly to "recreate" oneself internally) 3. Walmart also probably likes him next to the rear dumpster as a additional point of store security. 4. He is not very well likely to rush from his remotely located van behind a multi-thousand square foot Walmart complex to make off with anyone's daughter about 400 feet from where his van is located - duh. 5. And, if you can't see him in front of your face, why should one be bothered by his lifestyle? And if you do see him, why just ask him for his autograph! At his age and circumstances,I envy his good fortune. :)
buta4 03/10/16 02:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: You never know who may park next to you at WalMart

This kind of proves a point a lot of us have tried to make and that is many homeless people are homeless by choice. Whether like this guy they just want to live in a van, or whether it's a pattern of bad choices in their life, they are homeless by choice. To paraphrase something else that I read on one of these forums ... He's not homeless, he is houseless. (His home is not a house, it's his van)
buta4 03/09/16 03:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: FEMA Trailer Suggestion

As you have 120 electric power available, might look at the Incinolet toilet. Ideal for stationary use. About $900(+/-)for the unit. Burns the waste to ashes. Not a composting toilet.
buta4 03/08/16 07:00pm Travel Trailers
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