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RE: BBQ Lighters

Matches? Believe me, if I can't find what I want, that's exactly what I'm going to do.
noplace2 08/26/16 01:13pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: My Forums

Thanks all. Got it.
noplace2 08/26/16 01:10pm Forum Technical Support
My Forums

How do I add a forum to the "My Forums" section? Thanks
noplace2 08/26/16 12:13pm Forum Technical Support
BBQ Lighters

Anyone know if there is a BBQ lighter made with NO child resistant features? Thanks
noplace2 08/26/16 12:04pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Knock It OFF!

5:45? AM? I don't understand the issue. It's not that early. I really hope that you're joking.
noplace2 08/21/16 05:13pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Newbie with a question or two about full time RVing

Thanks for the replies since yesterday. Right now my wife is very uncomfortable with the idea of fulltime RVing. That said, we are still planning to RV when I retire in 2017. We have been doing this FT thing for many years. Obviously, we love it and it suits us. As I've told many people along the way, this lifestyle is not for everyone, and the number 1 reason it doesn't work is what you stated above. If both of you aren't on board, AND if you aren't best friends above all, don't even think about it. RV'ing yes,fulltiming, not likely to be a good choice.
noplace2 08/08/16 06:13pm Full-time RVing
RE: How much propane does your fridge use?

We are fulltimers who run the fridge exclusively on propane and do quite a bit of cooking as well. We do not use propane for the water heater. That said, here in N. FL, we consistently use a #30 tank in 3 weeks.
noplace2 08/05/16 06:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Camping prices!!!

Groundhogy hasn't been back since the original troll. Tell you anything? :) Many, if not most, should know better.
noplace2 07/31/16 05:18pm Full-time RVing
RE: Norcold Fridge Door falling off??

Did. Norcold wont replace. Shameful. This is a safety concern as it can fall on feet, small children, etc. There are some forums on other site that discuss injuries, etc. . Why was there not a safety recall? Trust me when I tell you that I am about the least litigious person you're likely to meet. In my less than humble opinion, most lawsuits do nothing other than enhance the attorneys' new boat. BUT, this issue seems like a class action waiting to happen.
noplace2 07/26/16 10:47am Tech Issues
RE: Norcold Fridge Door falling off??

The second one, I cut a new one from some heavy aluminum plate. Been there, done that and this ^^^^ is the answer.
noplace2 07/25/16 08:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Don't think you need a generator?

in every day life we are self reliant and only depend on each other. So, you rely on yourselves to provide food and water? And no, that doesn't mean going to the grocery store or turning on the tap. :) And BTW, do you refine your own fuel to power that generator?
noplace2 07/25/16 01:36pm Full-time RVing
RE: Don't think you need a generator?

Some people still hunt and certainly still butcher at all the slaughter houses around the country. It's just that the masses have it done for them. Sort of like sight unseen, don't want to know. Today, almost everyone is hooked on a pampered lifestyle, no longer camping, but RVing with all the luxuries. A home away from home, no longer "getting away from it all". Nothing wrong with any of that, except the denial. ) Amen
noplace2 07/25/16 06:15am Full-time RVing
RE: Don't think you need a generator?

OR, you could just suck it up and do what you did 40 years ago. Remember when all you needed was an open window or 2 and maybe a fan?
noplace2 07/24/16 05:32pm Full-time RVing
RE: FLA REG FEES

This is so simple. Don't like the terms, please go somewhere else.
noplace2 07/21/16 06:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Knock It OFF!

Many forget how much sound travels in a quiet campground. No they don't, they just don't care. Really.
noplace2 07/14/16 06:55pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Camping prices!!!

I dont have an income. groundhogy OK, I'll bite. How is that possible?
noplace2 07/04/16 05:50pm Full-time RVing
RE: Question 2 - What are the cons for your situation?

As I've said repeatedly, my CON might be your positive. And BTW, we've been at this FT thing for years and the only CON we can think of is that we didn't do it sooner. No one can begin to tell you a pro or con that is valid for you. You are the only one who can answer that question.
noplace2 07/04/16 05:17pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Full timing FW

OTOH, we despise A/C, Why, money? I believe I explained in my post that it has nothing to do with expense. We simply don't enjoy artificial cold. This does however give an opportunity to include something that I failed to in my original post. We are all different and experience these things in myriad ways. While people can offer their opinions based on how THEY perceive it, NO ONE can give you any valid information, because they are not you.
noplace2 07/02/16 05:29pm Full-time RVing
RE: Full timing FW

Dual pane tinted windows Two air conditioners Again, this points out the fact that we are all different. That, of course, is a good thing. These folks apparently need to be cool. OTOH, we despise A/C, never using it unless temps reach 95F and humidity above 80% and even then it's whether to turn the fan up another notch. Unless there is no air moving outside, we usually opt for the greater fan speed. Did I mention that we REALLY don't like A/C? It's really not a monetary issue for us, but just an aside: We've been in our current N. FL location for a month. Temps have averaged 90H to 70L. We run our refrig on propane. Our entire monthly outlay for energy was $33. Our neighbor racked up $151 not including any propane usage. But then again, he keeps his rig at 72F. At 72, we'd consider turning on the furnace! Different strokes. :)
noplace2 07/02/16 11:41am Full-time RVing
RE: Full timing FW

Just one piece of advice - make sure the wife is very happy with the kitchen area I (male) am the only one who cooks and/or cares about the kitchen. My wife is far more concerned about another area in the rig.:D
noplace2 07/01/16 07:25pm Full-time RVing
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