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RE: bypass Baltimore via rt 32?

Any one with experience with this route?Yes - we go on it a few times a year between I-70 and the Balto-Wash Parkway. No problems at all pulling our trailer or not.
pasusan 05/28/17 07:08am Roads and Routes
RE: Air vent covers

We have the IIs with the hinge. Like them a lot more than the originals, which I replaced. We camp in mostly state parks so we get pine needles and other debris under them once in a while and the hinge feature helps with cleaning.
pasusan 05/25/17 05:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie - Considering a B

It would be the long body similar to the Airstream, Road Treks, etc. It appears to me these fit inside typical parking spaces and no major issues with having other drivers give you door dings? We have a Roadtrek 170 for this reason - we can actually fit in a parking spot. Anything longer will take up 2 spots - the one behind also. My advice would be to take a few for a test drive - do some tight turning and some parking. Good luck! Oh - and as far as resale - we paid more for our 13 year old B than we paid for our fist home. :E
pasusan 05/21/17 03:02pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: insta pot

Yes - we have one and bring it when we travel in our trailer. But, as our trailer is small there is no room for it so we keep it in the back of the truck (in its original box) till needed. We also store our little rice cooker inside it. :) Use it at home all the time - hard boiled eggs are finally easy and foolproof. We have the 6 qt model and it has been plenty big enough for pressure cooking and slow cooking.
pasusan 05/18/17 07:46am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Parking in Nashville

We used the library parking garage both times we were there. I can't remember the exact amount but it was less than ten for the day. It is a few blocks to the ryhman but we enjoyed the walk. The first time we went, we parked in one of the lots by Broadway and paid like $20 for 4 hours. A bartender in a honky tonk told us about the library.Thanks! We've got the library parking marked on our map. :) Thanks to all who responded - it will surely make everything more easy!
pasusan 04/06/17 03:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Parking in Nashville

There is parking scattered out all over the downtown area. Much of it is in garages and pay lots. Bring plenty of cash, that's the main thing to know. And make a note of where you park, or mark it on your GPS. So far as traffic, my suggestion is to go in after 9 AM. Then either leave by 3, or stay until after 7. There is plenty to do and see. Wear your walking shoes. Parkopediahas a great map with pricing and details.Great suggestions - thanks!
pasusan 04/06/17 03:31pm General RVing Issues
Parking in Nashville

I see lots of parking lots in the area around the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Are there any secrets we should know? Special lots? Places to avoid? Best times to drive in the city & find available parking? Also - I see meter box things - how do you pay - CC? We'll be driving in from Seven Points CG and be there on weekdays.
pasusan 04/05/17 05:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Campground Theft - Chapter 2

We're concerned about this when we camp with our B. We got a cone thing with a sign that says "site occupied" that we will leave in the middle of the site when we're gone. From reading here we won't leave anything else at the site and hope not to lose our cone. This thread and the responses remind me of something I read on here many times per year: "the only thing a lock does is keep the honest people honest" OK - the neighbor guy who stole everything except the surge protector is an honest guy. I read it here. Ha! ;)
pasusan 03/15/17 09:24am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Have you ever met anyone from the forum?

Only once - SkipnChar. We were planning a trip to Skyline Drive and Skip mentioned here they were going to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Never thought of running into them. We were camping at Big Meadows in Shenandoah NP and while walking around the CG in pulls a truck and trailer with Kansas plates. While they were setting up I asked him if his name was possibly Skip. It was! We had a good laugh about it and then a nice conversation...
pasusan 03/11/17 05:44am Travel Trailers
RE: where are the "B" people?

why is there so little activity in the class "B" forum? Yeah, really - we just got our B this past fall and I stop here every day and wonder the same thing! I see plenty of class b's on the road but nobody talking about them? We see none - absolutely none. And when we registered ours and got insurance nobody knew what it was! what was your reason for choosing a "B". The nimbleness of it. good points, bad points of your "B". Everything is good about it except the shower (in the aisle) - but it was a compromise that we were prepared to make for what we will be using it for. It is small enough to go anywhere a car can go and we've got our bathroom, kitchen & bed with us.
pasusan 03/05/17 05:37pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Award TT parts

Here is the link to Award Travel Trailer. There website appears to be active, but the last I understand they were in business to refurbish older trailers,not building new. t Try contacting them on Monday. I think you're dreaming if you think Award is still in business ... that website may still be up but it's defunct and the Award manufacturing facility at 220 Ramsey Drive in Dunnville, Ontario is now occupied by a lighting company called BJ Take. I've done some digging and ran across an old 2009 post by someone I know who lives in Dunnville and knew the owner of Award back in the early 2000s. Apparently someone who was involved in Award at the time now runs a place in town called The RV Store and which does (or did) have access to some Award parts. Street address is 312 Main Street East, Dunnville - phone number 905-774-9351.This is correct and the guy at the RV Store is Peter.
pasusan 03/05/17 07:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Mortal Enemies

Hey 2oldman - thanks for bringing this up - super cute! Mortal enemies... ;)
pasusan 02/28/17 03:17pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Can a Norcold 3 way fridge be made to run with no battery?

That depends. Does it have a pilot light? Our '74 Scotty trailer had a 3 way fridge that would run on propane or electric without a battery. No control board - just turn the knobs to the correct setting.
pasusan 02/23/17 05:26am General RVing Issues
RE: Silicone baking pans

Gee - now I don't know... Guess I'll try one and see how it works. I'm mainly thinking about casseroles rather than muffins or cupcakes. Not wanting to bring Corning Ware dishes and my stainless pans can take lots of soaking to get them clean.
pasusan 02/22/17 04:58am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Silicone baking pans

^^ Thanks for the response - just what I was hoping to hear!
pasusan 02/21/17 09:55am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Silicone baking pans

Seems they'd be light and flexible - easy to store. Anyone use them? What are your results?
pasusan 02/21/17 04:25am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Low Profile AC vs Standard

Dometic Click on an A/C and read the specs.
pasusan 02/20/17 05:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Wisconsin Dells

Thanks all for the responses! I've definitely got a better idea of what it's all about. Looks like the boat tours are the only way to see the sandstone rock formations and cliffs. We'll have to pick a non-busy time to go so we can enjoy the state park hiking as well as the boat tours. Dewey02 - thanks for the pics and description!
pasusan 02/19/17 03:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Wisconsin Dells

We have heard about incredible scenery and natural features. When I look it up on Google and do a search here in the forums folks are talking about restaurants, waterparks, and entertainment. We are not really interested in any of that. We want to see and experience the natural beauty - can anyone tell me about that? What is special about this place? And, where would be the best hiking spots to experience it?
pasusan 02/19/17 07:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Our first TV, we've come a long way..

Ours was a 1965 Mustang Fastback with a 289. We dragged a 16' Shasta across the country and back in 1977. http://mustangattitude.com/mustang/1965/1965_00043_01.jpg width=620
pasusan 02/18/17 05:30pm Tow Vehicles
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