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RE: TV Fox antena

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ematic-HD-TV-Motorized-Outdoor-Antenna-with-150-Mile-Range/46998188 The BEST $25 I EVER spent! I attached it to a 1/2" sch 40 PVC pole 10ft long and strap it to the ladder. It beats the Batwing with the extender arm that I added to it earlier this summer. I'm getting channels 90 miles from the west, 65 miles from the south, and about 30 miles from the north without even adjusting the antenna to get them. Wow, can you post pictures please.
danoren 11/03/17 12:27pm Technology Corner
TV Fox antena

Any one has this? Are you happy with it? Sounds too good to be true/ http://best-hd-antenna.com/
danoren 11/01/17 07:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Hells Canyon N.R.A

There are only two paved access points - Lewiston at the downstream end, and Oxbow dam (OR 86/ID 71) at the upstream end. On the west side, Lewiston to Joseph is paved state highway, but the WA 129 descends to the Grande Ronde River on the aptly named Rattlesnake Grade. There is also a paved Forest Service Rd from Joseph to OR 86, with one paved overlook from which you can see the Snake River. There is also a gravel road from Imnaha that climbs to another overlook. And one rough gravel road from Imnaha with access to the river itself. On the Idaho side, US95 roughly parallels the river, and follows a tributary, the Salmon, for a ways. There is a gravel road that climbs over a ridge between the two rivers to give access to the Snake. So the jet boat from Lewiston is the easiest way to see the canyon. Anything else will be challenging with a big RV trailer. Thanks a lot, never thought about pulling the trailer around, thats why we have a 5W allowing us to do many side trips with the truck leaving the 5W in a C.G
danoren 10/20/17 07:24pm Roads and Routes
Hells Canyon N.R.A

As a part of our next summer RV trip we plan to drive,hike and do some water adventure in Hells Canyon N.R.A. It is so huge but we would like to hit the best of it, we have the time and would like to hear your suggestions for: Scenic drives and lookouts Day hikes Water adventures. Thank you
danoren 10/20/17 10:49am Roads and Routes
RE: Texas with a 30' 5W

Sorry this is was posted by mistake.
danoren 10/15/17 07:09pm Roads and Routes
Texas with a 30' 5W

My wife and I have been RVing every summer since 2002 for 4-5 months, each trip to a new to us destination. After 16 years we "covered" all of Canada and most of the US States except Texas and the South East "hot" States/ We love nature,hiking, natural hot springs,history,meeting people and special local music events so it will take us few 4-5 monts trips to cover Texas. My question is: To avoid bad weather (Cold,Hot,Huricans Ect) what part of Texas to explore in which mounths with our 30' 5W with one a/c? Thank you
danoren 10/15/17 07:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: HD TV Antena

I have a stock regular crank Wuinegard
danoren 10/11/17 09:49pm Technology Corner
RE: HD TV Antena

If your fifth wheel already has an antenna then why not use it? If you must have an indoor/window mount Winegard makes one I think. Just want better reception than i normaly get in a c.g
danoren 10/11/17 08:54pm Technology Corner
HD TV Antena

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 29449177
danoren 10/11/17 09:42am Forum Posting Help and Support
HD TV Antena

Looking for an HD TV indoor Antena with a good range. As I undersatnd it it is placed on a window inside the RV and hooked to the TV. Any Suggestions? Thanks
danoren 10/11/17 09:42am Technology Corner
When to RV in Texas

For the last 15 Years we have RVed every summer for 4-5 months in all Canada and in US States all except Texas and the South East "hot" States. In the next following years we plan to RV in Texas ,as we love nature and hiking we know that it will take more than 4-5 months to "cover" this huge State. My question is : When is the best time of the year to RV in the different areas of Texas. Thank you.
danoren 09/23/17 08:19pm Roads and Routes
Winter storage in Spokane

Will be storing our 5W in Spokane not under a cover for the whole winter. Can RVers from the area advise what is needed to protect (as much as possible) the 5W such as: Humidifier, Covers or anything else. Thanks
danoren 08/23/17 09:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Low Clerance POI

I see the unit in your signature. Is the file in OV2 format and do you have the MY Drive program on your computer? I do have MY Drive program on my laptop but no file on OV2, how do I do that?
danoren 06/08/17 11:40am Tech Issues
Low Clerance POI

I need help to install a POI on my TomTom GPS to alert me whenever I am getting close to low clearnce. Thank you
danoren 06/08/17 07:36am Tech Issues
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