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RE: Massachusetts

Since your goal is sightseeing look at Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, Ma. Centrally located for your needs.This is where we stayed and really liked it. We took the ferry to Boston from Hingham, which was really cool. But - Wompatuck doesn't have FHU - electric is all you can get.
pasusan 12/18/14 08:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Exit Now

Time. The app, IExit. It much easier to use than a book. At least as long as you have cell service. And... As long as you have a smart phone and pay those monthly data fees. You don't need a smart phone, or cell service, or data service to use iExit. It runs just fine on an iPad or iTouch (an iPod sort like an iPhone but without the phone part).Would love to hear from anyone who has used this without a data connection! I'm all ears as we have an iPod - there would certainly be no GPS, and I would also doubt Google maps or street view... :@ With my phone switched to "Airplane mode", iExit still let me browse the exits by state, Interstate, and exit number. While it does not show the maps, it does still show what amenities are available at each exit. It's not 100% functional, but it is still useable for basic information.Thanks for the reply and helpful explanation. :)
pasusan 12/18/14 05:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Beware of scammers!!!

Oh come on... Definitely a scam. He copied this other guy's Ad (including the picture) and just added the generators not included part in the worded description. The item specifics is totally about the generators!
pasusan 12/18/14 05:38am General RVing Issues
RE: Exit Now

Time. The app, IExit. It much easier to use than a book. At least as long as you have cell service. And... As long as you have a smart phone and pay those monthly data fees. You don't need a smart phone, or cell service, or data service to use iExit. It runs just fine on an iPad or iTouch (an iPod sort like an iPhone but without the phone part).Would love to hear from anyone who has used this without a data connection! I'm all ears as we have an iPod - there would certainly be no GPS, and I would also doubt Google maps or street view... :@
pasusan 12/17/14 02:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Exit Now

Time. The app, IExit. It much easier to use than a book. At least as long as you have cell service.And... As long as you have a smart phone and pay those monthly data fees.
pasusan 12/16/14 04:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Help finding previous post

Is this it: Cable Roll
pasusan 12/15/14 02:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Park Reviews

I hope nobody plans on going to Boston. Even using 100 miles for distance it only comes up with 2. :RPerhaps you need to go back & look again, as I just spent about 4 min on the site & found 6-8 in less than 60 mi., you are right though, there are none in downtown Boston. Lack of CG's in a particular area is not the fault of RVPR, it just means that no one has posted a review of CG's in the area, some folks NEVER post a review on ANY site, we try to post on every one we stay at.I must be doing something wrong then as I went back and still only found 2: http://i.imgur.com/3yoometl.jpg As opposed to Hingham - it found a bunch within that 100 miles: http://i.imgur.com/XN90RhSl.jpg Are you using a different way to search??
pasusan 12/10/14 08:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Go ahead...be jealous

^ My exact thoughts! OP - thanks for posting!
pasusan 12/10/14 02:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Be careful with generators

There are apparently a lot of folks who don't know that the products of combustion are deadly. There have actually been posts here on RV.net where people talked about enjoying sitting outside by their RV with the furnace exhaust blowing on them to keep warm. And others who asked if they couldn't redirect that same exhaust into their enclosed undercarriage to keep their tanks and plumbing from freezing. Maybe this is another thing that should be taught in school. :R
pasusan 12/10/14 02:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Don't want to use wireless - Update - all OK

Thanks all! CloudDriver - the Tom's Hardware site definitely helped - the task manager tells me that there is no activity on the wireless connection but that the local area network is getting the activity when I'm on YouTube. And I unplugged the wireless router - everything still worked. So it looks like I'm all OK... I've renamed my local area connection to D-Link. Can't imagine how it got named Netgear. Maybe *I* did that in the last few days of setting up the new computer. :S I did have crazy fun watching PSY on YouTube while working on this little project! wa8yxm - thanks - me too - I actually had to talk to folks in Japan when installing a Soundblaster card in my 486. Thanks again all. Sometimes I just need a little kick in the brain.
pasusan 12/09/14 03:44pm Technology Corner
RE: Don't want to use wireless - Update - all OK

OP here - what's strange is the Windows wireless is off. I'm thinking there is a Dell wireless also? But - I think I will try turning off the wireless router (pull the plug) and then turn on the new computer - maybe it will find the wired router. dahkota - no it doesn't see it. Will try above step...
pasusan 12/09/14 10:45am Technology Corner
Don't want to use wireless - Update - all OK

I've been getting home computers (and networks) to work since 1994... But - I've got something new that I thought someone here might be able to help with. Apparently I haven't come up with the correct search terms for Google... Just got a new desktop that has integrated wireless. I've got wires. And wireless. I definitely want the new desktop to connect to the network and internet with the wired ethernet. Windows 7. The taskbar at the lower right on the screen says: Netgear Internet Access. Netgear is my wireless router. My wired router is D-Link. I'm thinking I'd rather have my internet access with the wired connection. Anyone know what I should look at and how to turn off my wireless connection in the new computer so it will connect through the wired D-link router? Yes, the ethernet cable from the D-link router is plugged into the back of the new computer. Also - I can't use "Homegroup" as I have a Vista and XP machine in the network. If pictures of the "network and sharing center" info are needed I can provide them. Thanks for any help.
pasusan 12/09/14 10:10am Technology Corner
RE: RV Park Reviews

I hope nobody plans on going to Boston. Even using 100 miles for distance it only comes up with 2. :R
pasusan 12/08/14 06:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pounds "average family packs"

The very last thing we want to do when we are on vacation is go shopping. That said - when we go for 2 or 3 weeks we bring a LOT of food. And drinks - including beer. Anyway - food and liquids are heavy. It really depends on how you camp and for how long and what you want to bring. No perfect answer that fits everyone. ;)
pasusan 12/08/14 01:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: For those that resist giving up their flip phone...

... Nah, I think I'll stick to my dumb phone and spend my money on fuel. Why do you think it has to be phone or fuel? Hubby and I spend about $130/month on our unlimited data smart phones. Among other things, we use them to stream video for movies or tv shows we want to watch. We do not have cable or satellite TV, and I think the price is comparable. The ones in favor of the dumb phones are ones who have never gotten used to having the entire world of information in their handbag. When we're going down the road and see something interesting, I can Google for more information before we reach the exit. ;) When hubby gets tired and says find a place to park, I can check RV Park Reviews, Passport America and Overnight RV Parking from the road. What's that gun owners say about cold dead fingers? At least mine will be well manicures. :CHow did you get unlimited data? I thought only grandfathers had that. :)
pasusan 12/03/14 03:21pm Technology Corner
RE: To Plan or not to Plan

If the CG didn't accept visitor mail we would find local PO that accepted 'General Delivery' and have it sent there.What the what? There are Campgrounds that don't accept visitor mail? I hope there aren't very many of them. I do most of my non perishable shopping on Amazon and have been sending my packages ahead to the campgrounds as I knew where I'd be. If there are campgrounds that don't accept mail, I'll be in real trouble because I don't even bother to check if they do or not. I just send my mail and packages there and assume they will accept it.I'm thinking this will have to change... Unless you enjoy being a mega-planner. ;)
pasusan 12/03/14 05:15am General RVing Issues
RE: UPDATE! Picking up the 2015 Eco-Diesel Friday/Saturday! :)

If you drive a diesel: Keep fuel tank more than 1/4 full. Add cetane booster to fuel. Add anti gel if it gets cold. Don't apply full throttle or you might damage fuel pump. Change fuel filters often. Don't idle engine for long periods. Add DEF as required. Check expiry date and storage temps becore adding DEF. If you drive a gas engine: Start engine and drive. How quickly they dismiss E-10 in their fuel. :SThat's true... But it did make me chuckle. :B
pasusan 12/01/14 05:26pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What did your previous vehicle cost you?

Wow, thanks for this topic... I just poked at the calculator and came up with 36 bucks a month. Whew! Although that isn't for any previous tow vehicle, but the present one. Then again - there are lots of months out of every year it just sits in the garage... :C
pasusan 12/01/14 03:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 1987 Ford Bronco II

As far as I know you would need a manual transfer case (shifter on the floor) and manual locking hubs on the wheels.
pasusan 11/29/14 03:56pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Rockin' out (I guess)........how much is too much?

Well, 'tis the time of year.... I'm making a list --- and checking it twice. Of who I don't want to be camping near. :B
pasusan 11/28/14 06:04pm General RVing Issues
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