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RE: FOUR Corners Monument

It's a bucket list thing! See the monument (take pic if you want), eat some fry bread, buy the wife a trinket. Now you've been there! Now that's a positive outlook. Very good.
buta4 08/19/17 03:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What you do with pet abandon at CG ?

"Honey, I'm going to let the cat out here in the campground so he can get some exercise and run all over other people's cars and property." "OK, baby. Make sure you don't bat an eye when someone complains that the cat scratched their car!!!" "Of course not, honey!!!" http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/01/24/article-0-116D394C000005DC-329_634x451.jpg "Here, kitty'kitty'kitty!!!" :B That pic is taken from a video that shows that particular cat next to a beached boat with tourists watching. They laughed when the cat clawed at the gator's nose and slid back into the water.
buta4 08/11/17 03:28pm Truck Campers
RE: Boston questions.

Greetings.. Holiday Inn Select at 5 Blossom St. is close to conveniences. Mass Transit, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall Market Place, Boston Common, etc.,etc.,etc. Enjoy Our Town. It's a great walking city. :) Ray...the Holiday Inn is now a Wyndam property and as much as we'd love to stay there, it's a tad on the pricey side. However...could you please offer some insights to the areas? Ashmont Hill section of Dorchester or the Polish Triangle or Jamaica Plain or Back Bay? I am not asking about what's to see in each..but if you were choosing one for walking and hagning out in? Thank you. Gary Hi Gary, The hotel name change was a surprise to me...sorry. The sites you asked me about are so-so. That's why I recommend the following jewels instead. :) Hang out at the Boston Public Gardens and ride the Swan Boats. Cross the first suspension bridge in the nation, a 150-foot(+/-) walking bridge over the pond where the Swan Boats sail. Bring peanuts to hand-feed the many squirrels. Then across the road to the Boston Common. Visitors Center is located there. Shoot over to Cambridge via MBTA subway train and get off at Harvard Square Station. Walk to the Cambridge Common and stand at the spot where General George Washington took command of our fledgling Continental Army. Of course visit Harvard Yards too. Just off Harvard Square itself. The Square itself is a microcosm of humanity from around the world associated with some neat ethnic eateries! Have a great visit and have good walking footwear. Regards PS: Bring a camera! PPS: A local quirky not usually known except to history buffs like myself follows. Around 1900 or thereabouts it was decided to clean the tombstones at the Old Granary Burial Grounds. The tombstones were gathered up and placed against the fences and pressure washed by hand-pump hoses and scrubbed down nice and purty. When they were done this cleaning I can see in my mind the words of the workmen when it was time to place them back where they belong. "Okay men, let's put these stones back where they belong." A moment's pause and "UH-OH." Soooooooo...The only graves where the person buried matched the tombstone are the immovable ones, statues,obelisks and the like. The Old Granary Burial Ground near the Boston Common
buta4 08/09/17 08:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Boston questions.

Greetings.. Holiday Inn Select at 5 Blossom St. is close to conveniences. Mass Transit, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall Market Place, Boston Common, etc.,etc.,etc. Enjoy Our Town. It's a great walking city. :)
buta4 08/08/17 07:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anybody Replace Their Stock Horn ?

My horn fantasy is to have a steam-driven ship's horn! :B However, I assume such a thing doesn't exist for rv's, yet! Now that I've posted this, wanna bet some ingenious redneck will say, "Great idea. I can do that!". AND HE WILL! Gotta love it. And I want to hear it, LOL.
buta4 08/04/17 11:26am Class C Motorhomes
RE: campfire

I take the egg carton and take some Petroleum Jelly and mush them up with cotton balls. Form a wick at one end and place into egg carton. Voila! Instant fire starter.
buta4 08/04/17 11:16am RV Lifestyle
RE: Elvis Presley Toy Hauler for Sale!!

What a monstrosity! :R
buta4 08/02/17 08:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Who Makes Quality 5er

TOP Quality? Outlawconversions.com
buta4 07/31/17 09:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Who Makes Quality 5er

TOP Quality? Outlawconversions.com
buta4 07/31/17 09:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Side window fogged up.

The vacuum seal has failed. Replacing the window, or repairing it using a qualified service center is your only option. It is not a do it yourself project. X2.
buta4 07/24/17 05:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Is there a story behind this accident?

In the news bizz July 4th was last century...and irrelevant. Perchance there is a reason for the term "irrelevant"? I submit that "old news" is relevant. Such as the Crucifixion, WW2, Mount St. Helens, The Crash of 1929, etc. Perchance the OP was interested in this story no matter how old it was. Perchance my buddy Don, a private pilot in his forties, never heard of the "Miracle On The Hudson" airliner ditch! He was astounded when I informed him last week about the feat of Captain Sullenberger. That certainly was relevant to him! :)
buta4 07/19/17 12:11pm Truck Campers
RE: Rebuilding a 5th wheel from the frame up.

You may want to consider renting an Ozone Generator.
buta4 07/19/17 10:26am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: What is the difference between chassis

Above was mentioned a "steer tag axle". What is it? :@ Exactly what it says, a tag axle that also turns. This Video shows a great example. Thank you Bruce for the comeback and video. Now I can sleep at night. I didn't know they had those on rigs. Way cool.
buta4 07/19/17 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is the difference between chassis

Above was mentioned a "steer tag axle". What is it? :@
buta4 07/19/17 05:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is this even possible? December in New England?

Guess you have never seen a 5 year old vehicle from the NE...salt does a job on them. New inventions out... :B 1. Car wash 2. Truck wash 3. Self service wash BTW, one of our cars is a 2005 Hyundai Sonata and minimal rust after 12 years! Fear not!
buta4 07/16/17 07:15pm Roads and Routes
RE: GS Road Service, myth Vs reality

oops.
buta4 07/12/17 06:36am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: New England Trip

Unless you're familiar with Boston streets ... do not attempt to drive in the City if you can help it. Scan for a campground with sea,rail,bus transportation available nearby. Commuter Rail is handy. There are ferries from some campgrounds as well as shuttle buses and Commuter Rail. Wampatuck State Park and drive to ferry lot in Hingham is a convenient base.
buta4 07/09/17 12:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 1999 Palomino Mustang Canvas Help

CANVAK-from Cabela's. Check product research comments.
buta4 06/12/17 03:30pm Folding Trailers
RE: Canvas treatment

'Canvak', available at Cabelas stores. Used on canvas tents,works great. I wouldn't use Canvak on a trailer. It does work great on canvas tents. I don't see why not, if it's real canvas. Canvas is canvas as long as it's made of cotton. Helps control mold and mildew too.
buta4 06/12/17 10:19am Folding Trailers
RE: Canvas treatment

'Canvak', available at Cabelas stores. Used on canvas tents,works great.
buta4 06/11/17 08:03am Folding Trailers
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