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RE: planning 3-4 weeks from vancouver

You may want to post this in "Rving in Canada and Alaska".
hhornig 07/27/14 11:19pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Vancouver Ferry Rates

I missed that one!! Seniors do get a discount Monday to Thursday (1/2 rate). I think they used to travel for free (but not their vehicle). We traveled on a Wednesday and got the $2 discount on length, but did not get a senior discount.
hhornig 07/27/14 11:16pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: planning 3-4 weeks from vancouver

We are on Vancouver Island right now and wished we had spent our whole vacation here. Our trip was the reverse of yours seeing Radium Hot Springs, Banff, Lake Louise, Revelstoke and Vancouver first. There is a lot of space between sites and a lot of sight seeing. On Vancouver Island we are staying at Living Forest Oceanside in Nanaimo, BC. It is the best campground we have stayed at in all of our years of camping. If you are interested it is best to make reservations although at the time of the year you are going it may not be necessary especially if it is not on a weekend. We are coming back and spending a couple of months on the island. Note if you have an RV the BC ferries charge $6.10 per foot for each foot over 20 foot (motor home + toad or tow vehicle + camper); however, on Wed and Saturday after 4:00 it is reduced to $2.00 per foot. Make reservations for the reservable sites or show up early. Hope you have as much fun as we are having.
hhornig 07/27/14 11:10pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Port Angeles to Portland

We are arriving by ferry at Port Angles and would like to know if the 101 coast route is a good route for a MH or should we take the interior route. This is our first time to WA and would like to spend about 5 days seeing the sites. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
hhornig 07/23/14 09:47am Roads and Routes
Canadian GPS Problem

I have an older Garmin GPS and it seems to work fine in the US, but in Canada it will find cities and parks, but it will not find street addresses. Is this just my device or is it common. If other devices work both in the US and Canada for finding street addresses please let me know which ones do. Thanks.
hhornig 07/22/14 05:03pm Technology Corner
RE: Can't Get VueCube Flex to Work in Canada

Well after starting this thread we traveled to just outside Vancouver and all is well with our VueQube Flex. It was probably what was surmised that a week signal and small dish. Thanks for the input.
hhornig 07/22/14 09:45am Technology Corner
RE: Wild Fires between Cache Creek and Hope, BC

Don't you folks have Google? http://bcwildfire.ca/situation/ Gary Haupt Off course I have Google and I found your website, but not knowing much about the area and the information posted I could not see any change from day to day for the area I was interested. We drove through the area anyway and saw only smoke and no sign of fires.
hhornig 07/21/14 09:54am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Can't Get VueCube Flex to Work in Canada

If it locks on that should discount satellites being too fast or too low. How would DirecTV know I am in Canada. Just doesn't make sense to me, although I did get TV closer to the border.
hhornig 07/20/14 08:12am Technology Corner
Wild Fires between Cache Creek and Hope, BC

We will be heading to Hope tomorrow and see there is a wildfire of note east of Heritage Park. Has anyone been through this area recently to note if it is still active?
hhornig 07/19/14 07:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Can't Get VueCube Flex to Work in Canada

I have the VueCube Flex automatic dish, but it will not work in Canada. The scanner locks on Satellites, but the reciever says it can't find signal. It worked OK in the states and when we were only a few miles in Canada, but now it won't work. Is this a short coming of the system or am I doing something wrong??
hhornig 07/19/14 07:23pm Technology Corner
Vancouver Ferry Rates

Someone posted a note that there is a reduced rate for the ferries on thursdays. Can anyone elaborate?
hhornig 07/18/14 08:10pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Best Route from Rapid City to Glacier NP East Side

We're in Rapid City and going to Glacier National Park. Is it best to stay on the Interstates with a motor home or try to zig zag through Montana on US highways? Any suggestions for alternate roads?
hhornig 07/10/14 09:05pm Roads and Routes
Vancouver, BC - Mainland

Looking for inexpensive RV Parks in the Vancouver area.
hhornig 06/24/14 08:58pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Dometic RM2351 Refrigerator not lighting with gas

Here is the service manual for your unit. It appears that you need to measure resistance between the electrode and ground. http://www.nancyemmert.com/region6/Resources/NewDometicRefrigeratorManual.pdf
hhornig 06/09/14 06:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic RM2351 Refrigerator not lighting with gas

Here is the service manual for your unit. It appears that you need to measure resistance between the electrode and ground. http://www.nancyemmert.com/region6/Resources/NewDometicRefrigeratorManual.pdf
hhornig 06/09/14 06:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Dometic RM2351 Refrigerator not lighting with gas

I am not familiar with that sensor, but you would normally connect the red lead of the multimeter to the wire and the black lead to the piece that attaches it to the frame (ground). I will see if I can find what reading you should get. I would not leave it attached to the control panel while heating it in a flame.
hhornig 06/09/14 06:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Whats everyone using for Toad braking

M&G has been working great for 8 years. Nothing to store, but a coiled air line when not hooked up. Nothing electrical except on the the break away system, but it is extremely simple.
hhornig 06/04/14 07:20pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Dometic RM2351 Refrigerator not lighting with gas

Chances are that your thermocouple or your circuit board is bad. Remove the thermocouple and hold the tip in a gas flame with a multimeter across the leads set to the millivolt range. The voltage should be somewhere in the 20-30 mv range. If it is the circuit board is bad. If not in the range your thermocouple is bsf.
hhornig 06/04/14 06:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Cleaning Refrigerator Chimney

Thanks for the info. Your Link shows a flue brush part no. I also noted the chimney should be cleaned annually. Mine hasn't been cleaned in 10 years; I hate to admit. After cleaning the burner it froze ice cubes in less than an hour. I don't know if that is bad or good, but I am satisfied. You don't mention which Brand or Model..... Here is a service manual for various Dometic Models. Flue cleaning is explained on pg. 20 Very typical regardless of which fridge........LINK
hhornig 05/24/14 03:15pm Tech Issues
Cleaning Refrigerator Chimney

The water heater chimney usually rusts with time and use. I have seen recommendations to clean it with a flue brush, but the chimney has baffles in it and it is fairly narrow especially near the bottom. Does anyone know how to clean the chimney and where you can buy an appropriate flue brush?
hhornig 05/24/14 12:14pm Tech Issues
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