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RE: Satellite Connection Issue

If you can, check continuity between the outside jack and the inside. On my last trailer, had the same issue, turns out the F connector fitted to the outside jack was shorted. Repaired the connector and all was good.
denverhank 03/16/14 10:55am Technology Corner
RE: Is it time to throw in the towel?

How about grandparents? Do your parents or in-laws live close enough to watch the kids in the summer for two weeks? Bruce The grandparents are the child care problem. My parents are unavailable in the summer. Her parents are gone for months at a time, mostly in the summer. Her ex-inlaws are responsible (divorce agreement) for the Monday - Friday childcare during the day. They have decided to take 2 weeks off in June, starting last summer. Last June, we got lucky that my wifes parents were in town and they watched the kids during the day. This year, we won't be so lucky. And they are not about to change their schedule to be able to watch them - seperate issue. Surprised nobody commented on this. Does the divorce agreement allow for a 2 week vacation every year? If not, the way the OP worded this would mean that the ex-inlaws are responsible 52 weeks a year. It would strike me that they get their vacation when you decide to take your vacation and camp with the kids.
denverhank 03/13/14 09:07am General RVing Issues
RE: doc fee and out of state fees.

Just negotiate an out the door price. How they put the various numbers on the contract is their business, as long as the total price adds up to what we agreed on.
denverhank 01/25/14 10:16am Beginning RVing
RE: workamping, taxes, and social security

It varies from one place to another. Most places living on site is a condition of employment and therefore not taxable. Other places have been audited by the IRS and found in violation of the rules so the sites are now treated as taxable income. Can't remember the name right now but I think there's a big outfit in AZ where all sites are taxable now. Cal-Am went to issuing w-2's a few years ago for workampers which makes you an employee. Whether it's taxable or not would depend on your entire tax situation. I just plug all the numbers into TurboTax and let the software figure it out.
denverhank 01/25/14 10:01am Workamping Forum
RE: champion 3500/4000 generator

I run my 15,000 A/C on ours. :) X 2 And it did run my 13.5 A/C just fine when I lived in CO.
denverhank 07/23/13 10:09am Tech Issues
RE: Fifth Wheel Tailgate ?

Where did you find it for $200?
denverhank 07/05/13 04:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question about height?

What do you have that is 13'4"? Mine is 12'6" and so far I have had to avoid only one overpass. By slamming on the brakes and blocking traffic for a while :)
denverhank 06/25/13 08:49am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking for Front Bunks

Take a look at the Jayco in my signature. While it has quad bunks, I took out one in order to fit the birdcage for my parrot and a small fridge. The other side is a storage area as we really only needed the BH for a separate room for the bird. Plus we live in it 6 months of the year so we need to haul more stuff than we would when we just camped in it.
denverhank 06/21/13 09:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New to RVing in the U.S.

IMHO basically none of them are as,good as they once were. I would save my money and visit state,parks, national forest camp grounds as much as possible. You will enjoy the time you have much more. Unless you like resort type camping? BTW if your over 62 stop at the first forest service office you come across and get the geezers pass. It will let you camp and park for half price at many many places across the countey. The senior pass is only available to US citizens or permanent residents. He'll have to go for the annual pass at $80.
denverhank 05/30/13 04:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: 4 night minimum normal?

Hmmm, just went on ReserveAmerica and put in for 3 nights over Memorial weekend at Clinton SP. Lots of sites came up as available. You might try that route.
denverhank 04/27/13 08:32pm Beginning RVing
RE: My new TV finally arrived

Congratulations on winning the lottery :)
denverhank 04/27/13 07:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Please tell me about Iowa

Come to Kalona for the Amish feel. Also a nice campground in town and only 7 miles to James T Kirk's future birthplace. Avoid Iowa City on home football game weekends, it is a madhouse then (and probably the same for Ames). Kalona Fall Festival is the last weekend in Sept I think. There is definitely plenty to do in Iowa besides watching the corn grow.
denverhank 04/26/13 03:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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