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RE: Snowbird Signing off for last time

Best of luck to you and THANK YOU for hanging out here. You know you can still frequent the forums and share your knowledge & experience with others.
pawatt 06/21/15 09:58pm Snowbirds
RE: Dead mouse smell - YUCK!

Make sure you don't have a gas leak, I spent days looking for a dead mouse and discovered the pilot light for the oven was on but not lit. It smelled so much like dead mouse.
pawatt 06/12/15 10:36pm Full-time RVing
RE: Winter in South Texas?

I agree, go a bit further south, Way more RV parks to choose from too.
pawatt 06/05/15 07:06pm Snowbirds
RE: What items have you forgotten when you left for the winter?

Most of what you forget can be had at Wal-Mart or other places. Just don't forget to do what you need to do to winterize your house before you leave. Also if staying past income tax time take what info you will need to complete your taxes.
pawatt 05/26/15 10:15pm Snowbirds
RE: RV Resorts

In south Texas, Victoria Palms, Bentsen Palm Village Resort, Green Gate Grove, Casa de Valle and many more. Friendly folks, great prices, fun in Mexico & much more.
pawatt 05/26/15 09:17pm Snowbirds
RE: Yellowstone in early August?

We stayed 3 weeks, four different campgrounds late August no reservations other than calling a day ahead. Most were pretty full but always found a spot.
pawatt 05/25/15 08:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campground Guide

Smart Phone app RVPARKY
pawatt 05/24/15 08:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Arizona for our first winter south suggestions please

Tucson, Yuma, Quartzite, & Apache Junction. Yuma will be the warmest so be there during the coldest month.
pawatt 05/23/15 12:49pm Snowbirds
RE: Working at Amazon - The Good the Bad and the Ugly

http://www.interstellarorchard.com/ is a blog by a single woman who worked at Amazon. Very interesting! This is worth reading and a great blog to follow.
pawatt 05/23/15 10:42am Workamping Forum
RE: Snowbirders/Winter Texans - What happening?

They must all be sleeping, I have been busy with yard work and lake work and helping out my 87 year old mother who still lives out in the woods on the lake alone. My wife broke her ankle 3 days after we got home so I have been cooking & cleaning too. We plan on taking about a month to circle Lake Superior and upper Michigan in Aug/Sept. and a few mid week trips Before if my wife's ankle heals fast enough. I also have some secluded acreage I hang out on clearing brush, watch wildlife and sit by the campfire. Plan to head south again Mid Oct. Palmview Texas about 2 miles from Mexico.Must be something in the air that followed us home from Texas. My wife broke her arm 2 weeks after getting back and my cousin fractured a vertebrae the week he got home. Must be the bad air blowing in from Mexico. We dodged tornados heading north too.
pawatt 05/22/15 09:19pm Snowbirds
RE: Snowbirders/Winter Texans - What happening?

They must all be sleeping, I have been busy with yard work and lake work and helping out my 87 year old mother who still lives out in the woods on the lake alone. My wife broke her ankle 3 days after we got home so I have been cooking & cleaning too. We plan on taking about a month to circle Lake Superior and upper Michigan in Aug/Sept. and a few mid week trips Before if my wife's ankle heals fast enough. I also have some secluded acreage I hang out on clearing brush, watch wildlife and sit by the campfire. Plan to head south again Mid Oct. Palmview Texas about 2 miles from Mexico.
pawatt 05/22/15 12:12pm Snowbirds
RE: Tell me about Mesa Verde National Park, CO

I would go if close by, It will be difficult to actually hike into the cliff dwellings but still plenty to see. 1/2 day may be adequate time if not hiking or taking the tours into the dwellings. If going towards Arches you can see much of it from the roads and overlooks, stunning. You may also like the Hot Spring pools in Pagosa Springs and the Hot Air Balloon Rides.
pawatt 05/21/15 10:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will 20 mos. old be to young for Yellowstone?

I doubt she will get anything out of it but we took our daughter tent camping within 2 weeks of birth. A bit more work but if you like camping worth it.
pawatt 05/13/15 12:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: 5th wheeling, any regrets????

An older 2 slide Wildcat.
pawatt 05/08/15 08:32pm Snowbirds
RE: South to North or North to South

We are headed that way but have a house on both ends, The northern house has a 5er parked there for even more travels. Going on our 7th month south this year.
pawatt 04/28/15 08:10pm Snowbirds
RE: 5th wheels

Cedar Creeks would be my choice or lower end Wildcat.
pawatt 04/27/15 11:05am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th wheels

Moved for better response Hopefully ???
pawatt 04/27/15 11:03am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th wheeling, any regrets????

I suggest buying used too as most likely in a few years your needs or wants will change and you will save a ton on depreciation. We had travel trailer, fifth wheel, park models and now a Snowbird house in the past 12 years. We still have a 5th wheel too.
pawatt 04/22/15 12:47pm Snowbirds
RE: Closed posts

CYBER BULLIES.
pawatt 04/20/15 10:05pm Workamping Forum
RE: Ford Super Duty 6.2 with 3.73 towing reviews

I think the original post was by a RVer in NJ. I'm sure the 6.2 with the 3.73 would do a decent job on flat lands. Pretty much useless in the west mountain country. We have the 6.2 and a 12,000 lb loaded fiver and have towed many mountains of the west without any problem, a bit slower than my worthless old 6.0 diesel up the mountains but no problems.
pawatt 04/18/15 10:34pm Tow Vehicles
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