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RE: RV Legionaires Death in RV Melaque Mexico

Just drive anywhere around Tucson and see the thousands of airplanes stored in the desert. They Are mold free! Altitude has nothing to do with mold. It is dampness and heat. But even then you need something else. Old food crumbs and even things like mud . RV's are bad for mold as the roofs and windows often leak. Old trailers in Mexico are a good example of a breeding ground! Probably stains on the ceiling and walls from leaks. Swamp coolers are like a mold factory! When the roofs leak water gets into the fiberglass insulation in the walls or ceiling. I bet if you opened a wall in one of those old trailers you would find black mold. Moisheh
moisheh 02/12/16 03:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: San Diego to Ensenada, Mexico and points south

davidaf: Please provide us with a link to a news outlet confirming your wild story. Should have been reported in both LA and SD papers as well as on TV. I do know that Jeeps are the #1 stolen vehicle in Mexico. ???? Moisheh
moisheh 02/12/16 06:41am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: San Diego to Ensenada, Mexico and points south

I think that is the same story from 2008 retold and altered. It gets posted every year with some new variants. Moisheh
moisheh 02/09/16 07:58am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Firestone Tire Recalls

Sorry: I was just going by the news article. Moisheh
moisheh 02/06/16 11:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: sayulita rv camping spots

Unfortunately the part of the road from the Kino/HMO highway to Libertad is horrible. More pot holes than road. There is a a detour around a washed out piece of the road that has been there for at least 15 years. It rained this year and the detour is quite bad. Passable in a 4x4 but not in any RV. From Libertad the coastal highway is very scenic. Last time we took The trip to PP went to Santa Anna and then to Caborca. More miles but safe! Moisheh
moisheh 02/06/16 11:00am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Firestone Tire Recalls

The recall is for Trailer tires. No RV'r should be using those on a Motorhome!!! Moisheh
moisheh 02/06/16 07:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tequila

We visited the Cuervo plant in the 80's. They did not have tours nor a bottling plant but one of the managers gave us a tour. He had 2 garafon stands with white And gold tequila. He gave you a paper cup and you tasted! Tank trucks took the Tequila to California. There were lots of little puestos selling cheap flavored Tequila. Fun place. Moisheh
moisheh 02/05/16 01:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Adjusting Door Latches of 2006 HR

Call Monaco and ask for a document that explains how to adjust the latches. There is an upper and lower latch and must be adjusted in unison. Moisheh
moisheh 02/05/16 05:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mobile Service in Tucson

For awhile the park was not allowing any outside repair people. Don't know if that policy has changed. RVservice reviews is one of the worst sites for finding repair people. The Tucson listed shops are years out of date. A couple of the recommended shops are horrible. Moisheh
moisheh 02/04/16 03:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Depressed snowbird housing market - Yuma

Paul: Just hope that the reason you will give up snowbirding is money not health. Moisheh
moisheh 02/02/16 04:55am Snowbirds
RE: Insurance on car kept in Arizona - is Progressive any good?

Progressive will insure you with a Canadian license. I have used them for over 8 years. Moisheh
moisheh 02/02/16 04:51am Snowbirds
RE: Depressed snowbird housing market - Yuma

Hi J&A: I looked into repatriation insurance. It seems to be alright if you have a serious medical issue. Say a heart attack. But otherwise they don't fly you out without a Dr saying you have to be transported. Some of the non expensive policies do not fly you home. Only to the nearest decent medical facility. For snowbirds some of the insurance companies have a new game. They will not pay any medical costs until you are out of the hospital and have filed all the paperwork. Not a big deal if the costs are say $1000. But what if your bill is $50,000 or more. Not everyone has that amount sitting around in cash! Years ago US Hospitals used to accept Canadian insurance but that seems to have changed. Moisheh
moisheh 02/01/16 03:59pm Snowbirds
RE: Depressed snowbird housing market - Yuma

Tequila has brought up an interesting point. Not only has Health Insurance gone up it is harder to get coverage if you have any pre existing condition. Some Canadians are on fixed incomes and have not budgeted for all of the extra costs. Unless oil goes up we can look forward to a much weaker dollar. Our new Government turns off a lot of foreign investors! Moisheh
moisheh 02/01/16 12:55pm Snowbirds
RE: A heads up on power

Neither the 30 amp rv or 50 amp are used on any welders. The 30 amp is not a 220 item. It is 120 volts. You won't find the 30 amp at any Mexican HD. You might get the 50 amp at an electrical wholesale. None will be found at a ferreteria unless an RV park shops at that store. Mexico does not use all the configurations that are used NOB. The 50 amp is used on 220 volt electric stoves and /or dryers. Not many of those in Mexico Moisheh
moisheh 02/01/16 05:57am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: The Best Small Class A Diesel

They are a waste of bandspace. Just 2 more losers trying to suck money out of suckers.
moisheh 01/31/16 05:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A heads up on power

50 amp receptacle Hi Pianatuna: Even Canadian Tire carries the plug and the receptacle. It is a standard NEMA item. Hope this helps. Moisheh
moisheh 01/31/16 01:46pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: A heads up on power

The 30 amp is a special configuration but a 50 amp is available in the USA at any Home Center. It is commonly used on electric stoves. Brian: Aren't you worried about theft?? Moisheh
moisheh 01/31/16 11:55am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 2006 Coachmen Cross Country

Jim: Before you commit please look at some other units. Check out a Bounder and maybe a Journey. Look at the drawer construction, basement storage and the layouts. Moisheh
moisheh 01/30/16 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A heads up on power

I cannot explain why a bad neutral causes high voltage. I am not an electrician nor an EE. Here is one quick explanation: Hazard of Open Service Neutral "If the grounded (neutral) service conductor is opened or not provided at all, objectionable neutral current will flow on metal parts of the electrical system and dangerous voltage will be present on the metal parts providing the potential for electric shock. This dangerous electrical shock condition is of particular concern in buildings that contain swimming pools, spas and hot tubs. In addition, when the grounded (neutral) conductor from the secondary of a transformer is open or not present, the operating voltage for the loads on one line will rise, while the operating voltage for the other line will drop. Another hazard exists from over or under line voltage, and that is a fire from excessive heat." I do know that when we lose a neutral one leg of our power is very high and the other is very low. Maybe one of the electrical gurus can give us a layman's explanation. Mexwanderer???? Moisheh
moisheh 01/30/16 08:53am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Canadian dollar

Joe Bedford: You are one stubborn fellow. It is not considered income. Here is another quote: The Canada Revenue Agency requires taxpayers to report capital gains on foreign currency when the transactions are on capital account. Adjusted cost base must be calculated in Canadian dollars in a similar fashion to securities. When you convert Canadian dollars into a foreign currency, the adjusted cost base is established in Canadian dollars. When the funds are later converted back into Canadian dollars, a capital gain or loss will be realized if the exchange rate has fluctuated.
moisheh 01/30/16 08:29am Snowbirds
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