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RE: Fort Wilderness Campground

Fastpasses may be booked 60 days before arrival for Disney hotel and campground guests. If staying off Disney property, you can book 30 days in advance. I suggest visiting Disney Wotld's website for the most accurate info, for making reservations, and for checking schedules and maps.
rolling_rhoda 09/01/15 11:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Presidential Sightseeing

We enjoyed the Adams birthplace and homes with our 10 year old. They're just south of Boston in Quincy. Boston is a great place to take kids!
rolling_rhoda 08/31/15 11:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Does anyone make their own buttermilk?

Regular, thickener free products are available in some stores if you read labels. A couple of examples: Cass Clay Country Style cream Haagen Daz vanilla bean ice cream
rolling_rhoda 08/22/15 08:02am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Heads up if you use Aqua-Kem "toss-ins"

I start them in a bucket with half a gallon of really warm water. It takes about one minute for it to dissolve before adding to the tank. Then I use that bucket to add about five gallons of cold water (and rinse the bucket).
rolling_rhoda 08/15/15 08:26am General RVing Issues
RE: STRANGE OCCURRANCE

DS was in an accident with a similar memory. Impact, car spun, then stopped hard. First thought was "I'm OK but my face really hurts". Doesn't recall airbay deploying, but it sure did. Must be all that adrenaline plus sensory overload. He was fine, car was totaled.
rolling_rhoda 08/15/15 08:20am General RVing Issues
RE: motor oil and flagpole opinions.............

Former Scout leader here. http://www.flagandbannersupply.com/text/FinalFlagetiquette_pg.2.jpg
rolling_rhoda 08/15/15 07:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is your travel trailer cozy and homey??

Oh, thanks! Haha! Didn't realize there was an was an auto-edit on overdrive.
rolling_rhoda 08/13/15 02:27am RV Lifestyle
RE: Is your travel trailer cozy and homey??

The inside of our motorhome is mostly brown and tans so I added color by changing out the d****s and curtains,.... It's 4 AM, and my mind is spinning. What the heck are "d****s" ??? :@. Would you give us a word that rhymes with it?
rolling_rhoda 08/12/15 03:37am RV Lifestyle
RE: Anybody Have A SxS

We've owned a few for work and demo'd a few for play. My advice is to test drive multiple brands and buy what you like plus an extended warranty. Reliability is good across major brands, but the machines aren't indestructible. Our service tech relative works on the brands mentioned thus far plus three others. He says the majority of problems aren't from quality, but rather from lack of maintenance, DIY maintenance gone wrong, and wrecks/misuse. He has some pretty interesting stories. It turns out side by sides aren't submarines or hovercraft, and using them as such is very expensive. And, if one is too drunk to drive a pickup, taking the side by side instead is a terrible idea.
rolling_rhoda 08/05/15 03:07am General RVing Issues
Google Maps

For more than 5 years, Google Maps has been my favorite website. That's over! Their last "upgrade" makes it very user-unfriendly. I can no longer map out a multi-stop trip with miles between points that anyone can understand. Please tell me what other mapping program you use and like. Ideally, it should let me: * map multiple stops on your trip * drag and drop travel lines to vary the route. * have a running total of miles and estimated minutes for each leg with a grand total at the end.
rolling_rhoda 07/19/15 06:35am General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for a special chair

Try westlaland.com for several options without office chair type legs. Houzz.com has very modern styled ones, too. Found them on Google. Good luck!
rolling_rhoda 07/11/15 10:56am RV Lifestyle
RE: Where are the women RVers?

I'm here reading pretty regularly, but it doesn't take long to go thru the couple of forums that interest me. I don't read repair/tech stuff unless I have a problem to fix. There are other RV forums that have more activity (and videos) on subjects I enjoy, like destinations, RV Parks, cooking. I've learned a lot here, so I stick around.
rolling_rhoda 07/11/15 10:47am RV Lifestyle
RE: Odd comments

Gal in a BMW fueled her car and came inside the gas station to pay. The surly old woman at the till rang up the sale, and then tells her, while wagging her finger, that she filled up too soon. "If you wait and buy more than five gallons, you'd get a dollar off the car wash. Next time, you'll know better!" The customer replied -- it's a BMW, pretty sure I can swing the dollar.
rolling_rhoda 07/10/15 07:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Favorite summer recipes

Quinoa with a tangy citrus or vinaigrette dressing and whatever fresh or grilled vegetables are on hand, diced and tossed in.
rolling_rhoda 07/07/15 10:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Tips for a rather warm trip?

We boondock in late August, with temps usually 93 degrees or more much of the day. I try to park so our fridge is not in the afternoon sun, and deploy the awnings unless the wind is up. We keep a medium sized cooler stocked with beverages and ice so we aren't in and out of the fridge so much. If it's a long, sweaty day in the outdoors, we might head to the truck stop for a $3 apiece shower.
rolling_rhoda 07/06/15 03:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Recipe Archive

Specifically, on this forum,the Recipe Archive post has a link. Clicking on that link gives me an error. Just wondered if others can still use the link.
rolling_rhoda 07/03/15 11:45am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Recipe Archive

Are you able to access the link on the Recipe archives thread? I'm getting a 404 error.
rolling_rhoda 07/03/15 10:05am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: snake skin

Snake Control demo Begin watching at 2:12
rolling_rhoda 07/03/15 09:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Teenagers getting bored

I am a Scout Leader.......... and that advice is so 40 years ago. 1974 has come and gone and kids today do NOT care about that. Try that and I guarantee they will absolutely not want to come on the next trip. Ask them what they want then come to a compromise. I've been a Troop Leader for 10 years, ask them what they want. Kids want to have input, they want to be involved, they want to be part of the process. Agreed. A Scout Manual, planning and preparing a meal, a hike where you describe plants and trees, those ideas worked when my boys were about 5-9 years old. Not for today's teenagers. Our last big family trips, I gave everyone a list of things to do in the area, and had them choose six. We did some things together, and split up for others. It worked really well. I am not comfortable leaving two teens home alone. Three of youngest son's classmates, home alone, had a party show up at their house after word got around that parents were gone. One friend opened the door for three or four more people, who let in about forty more with booze or worse. Police were called, kids fined, vacations and carpets ruined.
rolling_rhoda 06/20/15 07:23am RV Lifestyle
RE: Campsites on the way: St paul MN to Yellowstone

Hi, Happy-- The midpoint of your trip is near ND oil country, so reservations are a good idea. I've enjoyed Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park in Mandan, ND, on he bluffs above the Missouri R. It's about 10 miles off the interstate, so the Bismarck KOA may be more convenient. Makoshika State Park in Glendive, MT, is also pretty, though it's a haul from St. Paul. Medora, ND, is close to a midpoint for you. My preference there is Teddy Roosevelt National Park CG nearest to town or the municipal park CG. Buffalo roam freely in the NP, including in the CG, heads up.
rolling_rhoda 06/18/15 08:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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