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RE: Texas State Parks

I think it depends on the park..Took my 40' 5er to Texas Choke Canyon State Park. I could have put 2 that size on my site.
netjam 03/19/17 05:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Phoenix to Banff Route

Willow13.....We are Cdn snowbirders and go that route often. Works for us. Lots of parks on I-15. After Vegas try Beaver, UT, Sringville or North Salt Lake, UT. Pocatelo or Idaho Falls, ID, Dillon, Helena or Great Falls, MT. In Canada Milk River, or Lethbridge or Cochrane AB.
netjam 03/18/17 07:05pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Alberta Route Question for my Canadian Friends

rkassl....your plan is a good one. Pipemans is OK but IMO a bit too complex.
netjam 03/17/17 09:57am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Looking to try RGV next year

After 10 years in Arizona, we are thinking of trying the Rio Grande Valley next year. Can anyone recommend a good location for a first try? Some of the activities we like are line dancing, pickleball, hiking..... Its been a couple of years but Llano Grande in Mercedes (lots from Canada there) and Victoria Palms in Donna are good. Lots of parks there....pick a budget and pick a park....most are OK for what you pay. Not sure where you stay in AZ but both parks are similar to Palm Creek in Casa Grande a bit nicer than Voyager in Tucson.
netjam 03/11/17 02:22pm Snowbirds
RE: Lengthening of the 180 period?

Ya sort of old news but if passed would be one step closer for us staying longer. My guess is the IRS changes needed and the provincial health changes required (in my case from 7 to 8 months) not to mention that my Blue Cross will not give more than 6 months even though my province allows 7 months out, will make me too old to go.
netjam 03/05/17 06:57pm Snowbirds
RE: Class C full timing downsides

Your grasp of potential loss of your home is a good one. That's why we originally started fulltime in a 5er. (C class on order now so go figure) Been out of our 5er for major repairs a few times staying in motels so while the 5ver/c class argument makes a lot of common sense, not sure there would be that much difference.
netjam 02/27/17 06:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Birds

Had gulls nesting between slide roof and slide topper. Finally had to pull in slides and move locations. Since then have put mothballs in that area at the suggestion of others and have not had the problem reoccur.
netjam 02/21/17 09:36am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying LP in Canada with older cylinders???

Tried to have my 5 yr old tanks filled at Costco in Canada last summer. I am Canadian with a Canadian registered rv but like most rvs it came from the USA. Costco would not fill them as the tanks did not have a Canadian stamp on them. They told me all tanks must be Canadian certified to be refilled (a new law). I went elsewhere where I got them filled but was told they were really not supposed to fill them. Someone has been misinformed. As long as the tank has been stamped USA or Canada they can be filled in either country. Costco (Calgary) will not fill USA certified tanks. They have to have the Canada approved stamp (TC I think) imprinted. If you go into Costco and look at the tanks they sell they all have the TC imprint...mine do not.
netjam 02/17/17 04:15pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Buying LP in Canada with older cylinders???

Tried to have my 5 yr old tanks filled at Costco in Canada last summer. I am Canadian with a Canadian registered rv but like most rvs it came from the USA. Costco would not fill them as the tanks did not have a Canadian stamp on them. They told me all tanks must be Canadian certified to be refilled (a new law). I went elsewhere where I got them filled but was told they were really not supposed to fill them.
netjam 02/17/17 09:35am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Aqua-Magic V

Had that happen numerous times. I've always found it easier (and less messy) just to replace the toilet. Replaced a few water valves in the toilet but they don't last. Best replacement is usually the simplest (cheapest).
netjam 02/15/17 05:55pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: bathroom flooded,,,reasons?

Might be water valve (in toilet) that failed. (the one that puts fresh water in to flush) They fail open. Has happened to me 3 times. Fix is to replace water valve. That is why I always turn off park water when leaving the rv.
netjam 01/24/17 02:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Canada Full Time Insurance?

We have Aviva Elite which offers contents and fulltimers (rv is only residence). Available from most brokers.
netjam 01/13/17 09:28am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Replacement Steps

My 2011 Escalade steps gave out (same as yours) last summer. Just went to an rvplace and got the same 3 step as OEM. Big bucks.
netjam 12/30/16 07:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Canadian Needs internet in US while in parks and on the road

Get a Verizon or AT&T Mi-fi device. You can get pay as you go and need to load via gift card every month. When you go back to Canada, just stop loading gift cards. Walmart sells them....coverage is real good....buy the cheapest for the GB you need to use.
netjam 12/19/16 09:33am Snowbirds
RE: Internet usage on the road

In 10 years full time I had very limited success with park/fast food Wi-Fi spots. Most (especially rv parks) are useless. Don't do much banking via internet (have set up auto pay on all credit cards and recurring bills) but would never use public Wi-Fi for that.
netjam 12/16/16 03:09pm Snowbirds
RE: FLA vs AZ

Stayed at both...like both. Biggest difference is water (a real pro for FL) and cost (AZ is much cheaper). AZ has a lot less traffic too.
netjam 12/13/16 09:34am Snowbirds
RE: King bed

Both my DRV and KZ came with factory king beds (only 72 wide...not a real king) and both had plywood about 4" short of the edge of the mattress on either side.
netjam 12/07/16 05:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: NEW Super C

Noticed the wheelbase difference and long overhang on the DX3. That was one of the reasons we went Renegade. Didn't notice the axle difference but sure liked the DX3 paint.
netjam 12/04/16 09:34am Class C Motorhomes
RE: NEW Super C

Thanks for the reply's. I went with a Renegade Verona (placed an order) for delivery summer of 2017. Need a few weeks to swap the stuff from my 5er so it will go up for sale after receipt of Renegade. Sure wanted the Classic with the Cascadia but just a few too many $ for me. Would have been the perfect choice but we'll make do. I agree the DX3 just didn't make it on quality but one level up (Dynaquest?) was great but again too many $.
netjam 12/01/16 07:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pin box 5th Airborne 5th. wheel

Mine takes 125psi to hit the marks that say "fill to here". Called Reese to inquire and they said 125 was OK but don't go higher. I usually go 100-110 and needs to be filled every trip as it loses air. Would get non air hitch next time (had Mor ryde before which was great)....too much trouble always adding air.
netjam 11/30/16 09:55am Fifth-Wheels
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