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RE: End of season

It was my first season, and I was solo for most of it. LOVE the temperate weather, friendly RVers, and new things to explore.
rolling_rhoda 03/18/16 11:18am Snowbirds
I-45 League City to N side of Houston - clearance?

My Motor Carrier's atlas is dated 2012. It shows a low clearance of 13 feet on I-45 just 1/4 mile north of the I-10 junction. Is that still accurate? I find it hard to believe that I-45 thru Houston isn't a truck route. I'm driving a MH towing by myself, and need to know in advance if there is a re-route due to height. I greatly appreciate the help!
rolling_rhoda 02/28/16 09:18am Roads and Routes
RE: Texas RV parks

I'm on Mustang Island. Gulf Waters and Pioneer appear mostly full with a few empty spots. There are RVs coming and going daily from these two parks.
rolling_rhoda 02/19/16 07:15pm Snowbirds
RE: I miss having a local community. Advice?

I'm a solo Winter Texan, under age 50. I've stayed in RV parks for the last several months, usually for 2 weeks or more. The parks where snowbirds stay for a few months at a time have been the most friendly by far in my experience. It helps that the weather is usually nice, so people are out on their patios or at the pool. I visit with my neighbors daily, and the parks have several activities during the week. Heck, I even went stag to the Valentine's Day dinner and had a really nice time. If you spend time around other RVers you'll be with others who are traveling and temporary like you. Driveway camping, you're with people who are tied down and have their own agenda, family, job, interests, and you're a little more like a house guest. Find a park in nice weather with activities like happy hour, fishing trips, golf scrambles, Daytona 500 party, open mic night, etc. They're not all potlucks and bingo =)
rolling_rhoda 02/19/16 06:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Park destroyed in Tornado DFW last night

I was in DFW with the RV a few weeks ago. Severe storms with tornadoes were expected to hit after 2am. I went to the office and asked where the tornado shelter or storm was. They didn't have one or know what I meant. I asked if a church or school nearby had one, no idea. So I rode it out in the MH. I was surprised, because they get far more severe weather in TX than we do up north.
rolling_rhoda 01/01/16 10:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Reflections on a Trip South

Great post, Dodger! Thank you!
rolling_rhoda 12/20/15 09:22am RV Lifestyle
RE: What About Mandalay?

We bought a used Mandalay DP and are enjoying it. Ours is 43', has 4 slides, a 425 Cummins, a tag axle, hydronic heat, a quiet 10 K generator. It has lots of nice extras like an outdoor TV, washer and dryer set, electric fireplace. Drives very nicely, too.
rolling_rhoda 12/05/15 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Milwaukee and Chicago

We really enjoyed the City Museum in Milwaukee. It has nice variety in it's exhibits -- something for everyone. Is that the Milwaukee Public Museum? The "City Museum" that I know of by that name is the St Louis City Museum, which is also a neat stop but obviously isn't in or near Milwaukee. . Yes, the Milwaukee Public Museum. Thanks.
rolling_rhoda 11/16/15 07:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Milwaukee and Chicago

We really enjoyed the City Museum in Milwaukee. It has nice variety in it's exhibits -- something for everyone. In Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History and the Shedd Aquarium are very family friendly. I'd also recommend going to the Skydeck of the Willis Tower, tallest building in the western hemisphere. It's gorgeous around sunset, and you can watch the city light up for nighttime. If the weather is nice, bring a soccer ball or a Frisbee and hang out in one of the parks along the waterfront.
rolling_rhoda 11/15/15 10:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Unusual or little known sights worth seeing

Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK Sight of the largest competition in human history. Beautiful museum with lovely docents tells the very interesting story of the land rush and subsequent development of the wheat and oil industries in Oklahoma. Well worth going out of the way for!
rolling_rhoda 11/13/15 10:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: And what else could break on this trip...

I feel your sense of adventure. In the last two weeks a failed air dryer valve stopped me for three days, my toilet blew a fuse, my new Jeep's been in the shop for four days getting a new electric motor for the transfer case shift, and the rental car now has a flat tire. Whatever. It's all temporary stuff. There are many reasons why we seasoned travelers are marvelously adaptable people. =} Wishing you brighter days!
rolling_rhoda 11/13/15 10:27am Beginning RVing
RE: I 35W

Drove it yesterday afternoon, a Sunday. Have never seen such a big construction project in my life! It's 2-3 lanes from north side of Fort Worth Al the way to 287. Traffic wasn't backed up, but was solid.
rolling_rhoda 11/09/15 01:43am Snowbirds
RE: Jeep Liberty Transfer case

I have a 2016 purchased 2 months ago. Ugh! Getting my butt kicked by mine right now! The instructions are very clear, and I follow them to the T. Now for some reason today it won't get out of neutral/tow mode. While holding the neutral button, the neutral light goes from solid to blinking, and won't stop blinking. Just won't actuate and get back in gear. Since I'm not mechanical, it looks like two more attempts and I'm calling a tow truck. Haven't ever had trouble getting it into neutral/tow mode. But this morning, it took several minutes to get back into driving mode. This afternoon, it's just a trailer.
rolling_rhoda 11/08/15 03:25pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Can you really boondock in the Summer?

We've boondocked at summer events for a few years. Half the time, daytime highs are over 95 degrees. We don't have solar. We run the genny 18 or more hours a day to keep the inside cool. It helps if you can put out your big awning facing SW, though wind usually doesn't let us. Our biggest problem for 6+ days is gray tank space, not power.
rolling_rhoda 11/05/15 01:29am Class A Motorhomes
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