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RE: Rving with large dog

In regard to National Parks, dogs on leash are usually allowed on paved paths, parking lots and campgrounds. They are not allowed in buildings. And I have found exceptions where my dog was welcome even on some non-paved paths.
frmAloha 09/11/15 02:39pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Banging noise

I appreciate all of your thoughts. They give me ideas to pursue with my service center. In case it helps, my rig is 30 amp, and the breaker panel is in a different area of the coach. This noise does sound similar to a something snapping on and off, but it comes from a panel that contains numerous fuses not breakers. The noise is intermittent. Could it have anything to do with a park's voltage?
frmAloha 09/06/15 06:43pm Class A Motorhomes
Banging noise

When hooked to electricity, I've begun hearing a banging noise from the distribution center. It stops if I turn on lights that work off the battery or while the furnace is running. Asked about it when the rig was in for service, but was dismissed as unimportant. Any ideas about what's causing this? And should I be concerned?
frmAloha 09/06/15 07:44am Class A Motorhomes
Monument Valley Tours

Headed to Monument Valley in September. There are a number of tours offered. How do they compare? Any recommendations? Thanks.
frmAloha 08/25/15 02:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1st RV/Class-A : northern seabreeze vs damon challenger

The Seabreeze was made by National RV. Can't speak to this particular model, but my experience with other National motorhomes is very positive. They were built very well, and we had fewer problems with those than we did with many of the others that we owned. Plus, our 2000 SurfSide is still going strong. (also a National RV product.)
frmAloha 08/19/15 10:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fishing Bridge rv park

I didn't find it tight at all. Plenty of room side to side and quite a bit of space between us and the rig behind us on the next loop. Will return!
frmAloha 07/23/15 02:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New warning for pet owners!

My current dog spits out pills if wrapped in peanut butter, so now I use Laughing Cow Creamy Swiss Light. It's like cream cheese, but with fewer calories and no artificial ingredients. Problem solved.
frmAloha 06/22/15 11:06am RV Pet Stop
RE: Oregon Coast - Labor Day

There are also some nice NF campgrounds along the coast. Since you don't need hookups, you should be able to find something.
frmAloha 06/13/15 07:40pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why can't I take my dogs to hospital?!!!

When my dad was hospitalized, we were encouraged to bring the dog for a visit.
frmAloha 06/07/15 03:39pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Utah - I-15 - Scipio and Beaver - Flying J Issues?

While gassing up at the Beaver station a few years back, I ,too, was approached about my tires. I simply smiled and thanked the attendant profusely for bringing the problem to my attention and left. : )
frmAloha 04/01/15 12:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: Reno Area RV Parks?

We enjoyed our stay at the Comstock in Carson City. It's an easy drive from there to both Virginia City and Lake Tahoe.
frmAloha 03/29/15 11:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Neveda

Instead of driving the interstate, consider heading east on Hwy 50 toward the Great Basin National Park. It's called the "Loneliest" highway, but in actuality, there are a number of little towns along the way and historic stops commemorating the pony express.
frmAloha 03/14/15 02:09pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: route 95 south from needles calif

Drove it for the first time last year and will be taking it again this year. It's desolate and we didn't see many other vehicles, just a few trucks headed south. The only problem we encountered was wind. Crosswinds became tricky on a couple of stretches.
frmAloha 03/10/15 11:25am Roads and Routes
RE: Campgrounds on western side of Glacier N.P.

We also liked the KOA very much and would recommend it.
frmAloha 02/18/15 02:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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