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RE: Flush Fit Slides vs Flange

Money :)
dan-nickie 07/05/15 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Prairiedog Blues Festival

I looked at it as we love blues festivals and will be in the area. Dooen'st look like room for our 40 foot rig.
dan-nickie 07/03/15 04:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Mister for the awning?

We had them on our patio at home. Always having trouble with them clogging up and never knew which was the wind was going to blow. We got some misters that attach to the front of a fan for the RV. That has worked out great for us, 3 Nozzle Fan Misting http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/515NvmgHpkL.jpg
dan-nickie 07/02/15 06:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is this legit?

Here are some of the rip off reports. Seller Networks
dan-nickie 07/02/15 05:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is this legit?

It's been posted here before. They also called me last year when I was selling mine on craigslist. They have many websites for RVs, motorcyles, classic cars, etc. THey take your fee ($200) and typically never hear from them again. There were a lot of complaints on the internet about them.
dan-nickie 07/02/15 05:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Streaming TV in an RV using a cellular data plan

Anyone using Chromecast in their rig? If so, how? One phone as a hotspot. Second phone or tablet to start Chromecast. Interesting.. tell me more.. So second phone and chromecast join the hotspot network, and all is well? Dang.. why didnt i think of that??? Not much more to tell. Well I can also do it with one phone as hotspot and a laptop to start chromecast.
dan-nickie 06/30/15 09:07am Technology Corner
RE: Streaming TV in an RV using a cellular data plan

Anyone using Chromecast in their rig? If so, how? One phone as a hotspot. Second phone or tablet to start Chromecast.
dan-nickie 06/30/15 07:10am Technology Corner
RE: Best battery for $100

Never mind, no recommendation for 12 volt.
dan-nickie 06/26/15 10:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Tying Electric Awning?

Yes, we use one and turn off the wind sensor. Several people we know have awning shades, but a different company. The one we all use is Vista Shade. It is in 2 sections, a 6 ft section that unzips and comes off plus another section that stays on and rolls up in the awning. It looks like your awning is pretty high when extended and the Vista will allow you to have a taller shade. For example, we have a 9 foot tall shade that reaches almost to the ground. 3 ft rolls up in the awning after we unzip the bottom 6 ft. Our awning has the protective aluminum cover. Will this work with that type of setup? We also have the aluminum cover. That is one of the reasons we chose the Vista. Since the bottom 6 ft is removable, only 3 ft has to roll up with the awning. Our awning is a Carefree of Colorado, Eclipse. Your awning looks similar to ours in that it extends almost straight out because it is over a slide. When extended the roller is almost 10 ft from the ground. Using the 9 ft drop shade provides more shade area than a 6 ft drop would. We bungied it out to stakes at an angle to provide more room underneath it. One of the friends with the same MH as ours has a 6ft drop shade similar to the one you listed and he wishes he had gotten the 9 or 10 ft drop Vista. Here is a discussion our group had about them. http://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/f112/vista-shade-for-electric-rv-awnings-77615.html
dan-nickie 06/25/15 09:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tying Electric Awning?

Yes, we use one and turn off the wind sensor. Several people we know have awning shades, but a different company. The one we all use is Vista Shade. It is in 2 sections, a 6 ft section that unzips and comes off plus another section that stays on and rolls up in the awning. It looks like your awning is pretty high when extended and the Vista will allow you to have a taller shade. For example, we have a 9 foot tall shade that reaches almost to the ground. 3 ft rolls up in the awning after we unzip the bottom 6 ft. Shadepro.net http://www.shadepro.net/mm5/graphics/00000001/Vista%20Shade%202.jpg
dan-nickie 06/25/15 05:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Prescription drugs on the road.

Edited:C Class 2s are as stated above-typed without reading and thinking- I do compliance for a medical facility, and here are the rules for class 3s Prescription must me either written or sent electronically through an e-scribe service. No call-ins or faxes. So yes, your Dr CAN e-scribe class 3s or higher. No more than 6 months of all classes of pain meds without referral to pain management. Many class 3 alternatives exist for those with class 2 Rxs, so if traveling try to switch to something else when on the road WHY IS YOUR DR GIVING YOU A HARD TIME? Because it's difficult to prescribe. We must report all scheduled RXs and coordinate with other prescribers to try to ensure no abuse is happening. Not only that but the DEA can and does from time to time come in and try to determine if the Dr's prescribing habits are within normal treatment protocols. In other words writing you pain meds is ironically now a PAIN so you will experience a lot of reluctance from most providers. I understand why the rules came about but unfortunately this sledgehammer approach makes legitimate patients suffer without needed medications. When I came up through school pain was considered a "fifth" vital sign and was taken seriously. Now many physicians could care less and just want to avoid the hassle. Thanks. Any input on getting them filled while on the road?
dan-nickie 06/23/15 07:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Prescription drugs on the road.

:) Goofed up.
dan-nickie 06/22/15 08:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Fun Finder is letting me down

BooHoo I feel so sorry for you.
dan-nickie 06/22/15 04:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Prescription drugs on the road.

Our issue began back in Oct 2014 when Hydrocodone (and others) were re-classified as Class 2 by the feds. The 'class 2 dispensing' laws had already been on the books for years but it did not affect us until Hydrocodone was reclassified. I could not find anything specific that was different for Florida. FEDERAL CLASS 2 LAW 1306.12 Refilling prescriptions; issuance of multiple prescriptions. (a) The refilling of a prescription for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II is prohibited. (b)(1) An individual practitioner may issue multiple prescriptions authorizing the patient to receive a total of up to a 90-day supply of a Schedule II controlled substance provided the following conditions are met: (i) Each separate prescription is issued for a legitimate medical purpose by an individual practitioner acting in the usual course of professional practice; (ii) The individual practitioner provides written instructions on each prescription (other than the first prescription, if the prescribing practitioner intends for that prescription to be filled immediately) indicating the earliest date on which a pharmacy may fill each prescription; (iii) The individual practitioner concludes that providing the patient with multiple prescriptions in this manner does not create an undue risk of diversion or abuse; (iv) The issuance of multiple prescriptions as described in this section is permissible under the applicable state laws; and (v) The individual practitioner complies fully with all other applicable requirements under the Act and these regulations as well as any additional requirements under state law. (2) Nothing in this paragraph (b) shall be construed as mandating or encouraging individual practitioners to issue multiple prescriptions or to see their patients only once every 90 days when prescribing Schedule II controlled substances. Rather, individual practitioners must determine on their own, based on sound medical judgment, and in accordance with established medical standards, whether it is appropriate to issue multiple prescriptions and how often to see their patients when doing so.
dan-nickie 06/22/15 04:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Prescription drugs on the road.

Doctors in Florida are really on edge over the issue. Internist won't even write a prescription for a class 2 drug. They refer you to a pain clinic/specialist. The specialist writes a prescription for one month at a time and do random blood and urine tests to assure that you are the person taking the drug and that you aren't self medication with street drugs. I'm sure that it is a CYA issue. A valid point was made above. It was our pain 'management doctor' started writing the postdated 3 scripts a little while after the regulation changed in Oct and he got more comfortable with it. Our Primary care doctor even last month said it was 'law' that he could only write one at a time. When pressured by me, he had to admit it was his 'office law/rules' not the 'federal law' that kept him from writing 3 post dated ones. And this was for any 'controlled' not just class 2. After a discussion about our travel plans he finally agreed to writing 3 scripts for my only this one time right before our travel date. We had been going to him for about 2 years. Now comes the unknown of if we will be able to fill them in other states when we start travelling in July. I guess we'll see what happens then. It has really gotten hard to travel if you require pain medications.
dan-nickie 06/22/15 03:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Forest River Shasta Oasis 18BH: Any feedback?

you can find lots of info here: Forest River Shasta Forum
dan-nickie 06/21/15 08:13am Family Camping
RE: Prescription drugs on the road.

Water-Bug, you are probably going to get many responses from people that have no clue about the latest regulations on Class 2 pain medications stating how easy it is to get meds for 3 months and refill on the road. Best we can do is visit doctors right before leaving. They can write 3 paper scripts post dated at 30 day intervals. Your recent move may make your doctors hesitant. Just have a talk with them about your travel plans. The next problem as you mention is 'will a pharmacy in another town/state refill them?' That is the unknown for us. We'll find out next month when we head out for our 2 1/2 month trip. We did shorten the trip from our normal 3+ months due to this issue.
dan-nickie 06/21/15 08:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Does a Prevost have air conditioned bays

Hell, I'd love to ride in a Prevost bay.
dan-nickie 06/18/15 08:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rate Increase For No Reason

No one should be surprised when the insurance rates go up as it happens most years with most companies. I originally had Progressive. Just wait till you see how much they go up next year.
dan-nickie 06/17/15 07:33pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: Mt. Rushmore

Don't miss the back side or the mountain ! :) http://www.thegreatfitnessexperiment.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/the-back-of-Mt-Rushmore.jpg
dan-nickie 06/15/15 02:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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