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RE: Manitoba and Sasketchewan in Early August

When in Winnipeg Bird's Hill Provincial Park is a gem and only 20 minutes from the Peg. Great place to camp. You won't be sorry. Moisheh
moisheh 03/01/15 03:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Mercerdes Deisel

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moisheh 02/28/15 05:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Be careful returning from MX to TX

You lefty a legacy!! It was spiced up!!! Moisheh
moisheh 02/27/15 07:35pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Be careful returning from MX to TX

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moisheh 02/27/15 01:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Be careful returning from MX to TX

The Mexican government is once again at odds with that of Texas, which on Tuesday warned travelers not to venture across the border into Mexico, citing the danger of cartel violence. Yesterday, the Secretariat of External Relations (SRE) described the warning as irresponsible. “It constitutes an unacceptable generalization” and is far from standard international practice in which central governments act in a responsible manner, said the SRE in a prepared statement. “The chancellery,” it continued, “has reiterated on many occasions its position that announcements of this nature must always be specific, with information that is precise and in context and in the end is truly useful and avoids generalizations.” The secretariat issued a reminder that Mexico is the most popular international destination for American travelers, who totaled more than 25 million last year. On Tuesday, the Texas Department of Public Safety advised travelers — particularly students — to avoid visiting Mexico, although it conceded that Mexican authorities have made advances in combating drug cartels. But it warned of the unpredictable nature of drug gang violence. Texas authorities have issued similar warnings in the past about spring break travel south of the border. Its government has also had words before with authorities in Mexico. The state’s deployment of National Guard troops to patrol the border last August earned a sharp rebuke from President Peña Nieto and precipitated some strong comments from Texas in response. Spring break travelers to Mexico in 2012 numbered nearly 77,000, according to estimates by the Secretariat of Tourism. The most popular destinations are Cancún, Cabo San Lucas, San Felipe, Rosarito, Acapulco, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta, among others. Source: El Universal (sp) .
moisheh 02/27/15 01:26pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Be careful returning from MX to TX

keelhauler: Why would you post that nonsense. You knew it would bring all the trolls out. Does the fact that there is a serial killer on the loose in the USA make Mexico safer? I just do not understand the logic?? Moisheh
moisheh 02/27/15 10:47am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Road conditions going North on 15/15D

El Imparcial in HMO has constant stories and pictures on the poor condition of the toll road and the slow construction. But nothing changes. I am sure that some politico is a partner in the company that runs the toll road. They should be paying us to take the toll road! Moisheh
moisheh 02/25/15 04:18pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: SEMANA SANTA

Sorry> I messed up and thought you were going South. North is no problem! Moisheh
moisheh 02/25/15 10:49am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: SEMANA SANTA

I wouldn't call it bad but it will be very busy. Lots of Paisanos getting TIP's and FMM's. The lot @ 21 will be very full and the line ups at the Banjercito will be long. The Aduaneros are on high alert for "marks" who will pay mordida. However there will be extra staff to handle the crowds. Be very alert on Highway 15. Lots of traffic and most drive day and night!. I have done it but had an FM3 and was in the no hassle zone so did not have to stop for a TIP. I think the first checkpoint just past the toll booth will be the worst area for an RV. There is not enough room for all the cars to park and go inside to pay duty. Look upon this as an experience! BTW: The middle of the week is not the best time to cross. The paisanos that are going to Sinaloa will be crossing then as they want to be home before Friday. Enjoy. Moisheh Moisheh
moisheh 02/25/15 05:41am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Do you know what's better than Red Velvet Cake?....

I think Mr. Mark is trying to make us jealous. He has succeeded. Our Dynasty has the big aqua hot but cold floors. Moisheh
moisheh 02/24/15 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lukeville AZ. boarding crossing

Ray: Are you sure your height is 13 ft. 6 inches? This the same as the Max. height for Tractor trailers. There are many underpasses in N.A. with less than that clearance.
moisheh 02/22/15 05:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Cdn. Snowbird Health Insurance good experience

Nice to hear a good insurance story. RBC is usually quite good. Just avoid Manulife!!! Moisheh
moisheh 02/22/15 09:34am Snowbirds
RE: platinum protection plan from camping world

The CW/ Good Sam plan is one of the worst in the marketplace!
moisheh 02/22/15 09:32am Good Sam Extended Service Plan
RE: $35.00 Amp Hour Meter

salvo: I don't know who is worse . Mex is having some problems that cannot be helped but you might try some punctuation. Moisheh
moisheh 02/21/15 06:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Bounder Critique

afrescop: Bounder does not use a rubber roof. It is a much better material. You will see very few problems reported on Bounder or any FW roof. At least the roof does not fly off like many Winnebago's. Moisheh
moisheh 02/21/15 05:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

IN 2005 the Bounder was probably the best entry level unit on the market. Fully equipped and a good price point. Freightliner chassis and has the Allison 3000 ! Nice layouts. Power Gear slides and jacks. Not the puny Lippert junk. 10,000 hitch. Lots of GVW. Unlike some other mfrs. not a lot of ugly glitz. Great tech support. We just sold our 05 and it was a great unit. Moisheh
moisheh 02/21/15 05:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: ULSD to be pushed back

Might be equals. Until a few years ago Pemex had some mothballed petrochemical plants. When the plants closed the workers continued to go to the job site and do nothing. Their contract said they must be paid in full! Many of the workers assist the cartels in the cutting of pipelines. But worse than the management and unions is the Gov. themselves who continue to drain all the profits. Moisheh
moisheh 02/20/15 06:33pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: ULSD to be pushed back

Maybe if Pemex got rid of the corruption and that horrible union they would have the $$ to do the upgrade! Moisheh
moisheh 02/20/15 03:54pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Motorhome Fire

74vette: Was it Mexican insurance? Although they can get US insurance for fire not too many have that. Very few Mexican companies will insure older units. Even then they will use some extremely low value! Having owned a number of classic units I feel for the owners. Not something that can easily be replaced. Moisheh
moisheh 02/18/15 01:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 2008 Fleetwood Options Listing

You should tell us what model of FW you have. They are all different. DP? Gas? Bounder? American Eagle?
moisheh 02/17/15 04:37pm Class A Motorhomes
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