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RE: Cell phone use in Canada

Verizon allows you to call Canada and Mexico for NO additional charge. And no plan to sign up for. Data too, this is the plan I have and the best signal to in most places.
pawatt 03/25/17 03:01pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: How many days for Yellowstone

3-4 weeks would be a good start.
pawatt 03/24/17 08:31am Roads and Routes
RE: Looking to try RGV next year

You might like the area just West of Mission on Bentsen Palm Drive. Several parks here at various cost levels as low as $200.00 a month for a longer stay. We are 2 miles from the World Birding Center, about 3 miles from the National Butterfly Center and on a paved bicycle trail. Close to the freeway but far enough so you don't see or hear it. Many park activities and other parks have many of their activities open to residents of nearby parks. Just barely rural but close to everything, also day trips to Mexico and the beaches of South Padre Island.
pawatt 03/21/17 10:26pm Snowbirds
RE: Snowbird bang for buck: parked fiver or park model?

A used park model would likely cost less unless the annual park rent was very high. Get one several years old as they depreciate just like a RV only not quite as fast or deep. Many parks here in south Texas have annual rates less than $200.00 a month. You can buy a good used park model here for $10,000. - $25,000 or even less if you want to do a bit of work. You can have a park model moved and re set for less than $2000 and that includes moving the shed and awning too. Just be sure you like the park and area.
pawatt 03/21/17 10:17pm Snowbirds
RE: Early Migration.

We are just approaching the best time of the year here in the Valley.
pawatt 03/09/17 07:33pm Snowbirds
RE: Those pesky 180 days

More info from Yahoo Finance
pawatt 03/09/17 02:35pm Snowbirds
RE: Those pesky 180 days

Not sure this is right, I think a bit more research is needed.
pawatt 03/03/17 09:51am Snowbirds
RE: Ford 6.0 liter

I had so many expensive problems with mine I went back to a gasser.
pawatt 02/28/17 03:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Saguaro Cactus?

I believe the Tucson area would be best.
pawatt 02/26/17 10:34am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Busy in the south?

South Padre Island Texas. Isla Blanca County Park on the beach.
pawatt 02/22/17 08:17pm Snowbirds
RE: Why hardly any posts?

I appreciate all the new posts but respectfully request that you take non snowbird/RV conversations to around the campfire forum or to private message's Thank You, your moderator
pawatt 02/09/17 07:52am Snowbirds
RE: Turn up the heat, would ya.

I know it's way too soon, but I'm starting to get homesick. As nice as a winter that we've had, for me it's time to be back in a real S&B again. With all those creature comforts, and hobbies it allows. I'm guessing I'm alone on this one. What??? Must be a troll.
pawatt 02/08/17 09:46pm Snowbirds
RE: Buy or Rent

We rented first, then bought when we found what we liked but definitely rent first.
pawatt 02/05/17 07:54pm Snowbirds
RE: Home Base for Winter or Summer

Agree, there are only 3 or 4 good snowbird States and only the southern most parts of those states if you want really warm winters. Hundreds of places north to explore in the shoulder seasons and Summer.
pawatt 02/01/17 09:48pm Snowbirds
RE: Home Base for Winter or Summer

I'll throw in one more thing that isn't so obvious when you're working. Most want to travel when they retire. RV'ing is just one form of that. A mobile RV sunbird has a much larger area to explore during their summer travel time. A mobile RV snowbird needs to stay below I10 (roughly) during a large amount of their travel months. Fun for the first few winters (it's great) but you run out of places to explore unless you're into really deeply exploring a state.
pawatt 02/01/17 09:43pm Snowbirds
RE: Why hardly any posts?

Ask questions, share experiences start new threads, stimulate the discussion. But it is true posts are way down. The novelty has wore off.
pawatt 01/30/17 07:47am Snowbirds
RE: dentist nuevo progreso

Apple Dental, was there today. 100 percent satisfied.
pawatt 01/20/17 06:26pm Snowbirds
RE: dentist nuevo progreso

Edwardo Flores, Apple Dental, at the dental plaza, east side of Street, just as you cross the bridge. We have used him for many years as have many of our friends.
pawatt 01/16/17 03:48pm Snowbirds
RE: Arizona RV Snowbird parks to tour for future stay

Please review forum rules, it is not permitted to post the same thing in multiple forums.
pawatt 01/07/17 04:52pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Dollar

...The other thing we notice at this time of the dip is that some parks offer reductions to Canuks, the park we are at offers 5% off for Canuks and I understand some parks offer Canuks "at par" rates. If you do some planning, the hit isn't as bad! RV Parks offering Canuks at par with USD aren't savvy entrepreneurs. The expenses for utilities and other services for upkeep won't offer such discounts for their services...not at over 30 percent discount. As the CDN $$ had diminished in value is reflected in the past year or so. This reminds me of a joke about a couple of fruit vendors selling their produce the same amount they paid for their ware. At the end of the day, they were overjoyed having sold all their stuff so they decided to buy another truck so they could load more and sell more persimmons. I would avoid that RV park like a plague who runs this business model. A vacant RV lot generates 0 dollars, a lot rented at 30 per cent off generates $$$, rent 30 of your vacant lots and it adds up to big $$$. Your real estate taxes and insurance as well as many other costs remain the same, sounds like a smart move to me. You may also generate loyalty and have return business at full price in future years.
pawatt 12/27/16 09:24pm Snowbirds
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