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RE: Dining out on the road

I like to use www.roadfood.com It has most all of the featured eating places that we all see on TV and even gives you directions from your location, plus other useful features. I like it, give it a try.
sofive0 01/05/14 09:04pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: This might end up in the Fifth Wheel

I've been looking for a small smoker myself. After reading this post I did a little research. If anyone else is interested, I found one that is a little cheaper. I think it would be worth trying. Thanks LastOfTheBohicans for the info. http://www.unbeatablesales.com/brad056.html
sofive0 09/30/13 09:11pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: This WON'T end up on the camper..

Nor ours. The best kitchen cutlery we've ever bought has been the Rada knives. Easy to sharpen, made in the USA; aluminum handles that don't crack and best of all they were uber cheap. We picked them up at the Lehman's Nonelectric Store when we camped near Dalton, OH about 6 years ago but you can order them from several sources. Here's the website http://www.radacutlery.com/kitchen-knives By the way, if you're ever in OH Amish country, Lehman's is a great store to wander through. It reminds me of a huge General Store. Excellent knives!!!
sofive0 09/30/13 08:56pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Your Rig

Nice looking rig though. Just takes a little extra effort to check it out.
sofive0 09/30/13 08:53pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your Rig

I had actually got out of my chair, leaned over, almost putting my head down into the seat trying to look at the pic when my wife walked in. Talk about a funny reaction, not to mention me having to explain what I was doing. ;-(
sofive0 09/30/13 08:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: What do you cook with?

Which way would you prefer? http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242134551998.jpg or..... http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242133246647.jpg http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242132703516.jpg http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242132617860.jpg http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242132614671.jpg http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242132238472.jpg and then it's just sit back and... http://www.mytripjournal.com/images/websites/67/67749/2013242132427048.jpg Now this is what I would call, got it going on! I envy you folks. Thumbs Up!
sofive0 09/01/13 09:35pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: What do you cook with?

To me, it really just depends on what I'm preparing for our meal as what cooking method I use. I have the Weber Smokey Joe for charcoal grilling. I also use a Dutch oven in the firepit, and as well as occasionally I'll drag out the coleman gas cook stove. I like to have a good variety of cooking methods when we go camping. Again though, just depends on what I'm cooking, as what I use to cook it.
sofive0 08/29/13 09:37pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Directv Satellite Question

Does an HR22 even have 2 tuners? (2 lead connecters on back of back). It might, I just dont know. Either way, with your HR22 (SWM at home). All you need to camp is a round 18" single LNB (as mentioned above). When you set up at camp. You will need to go into menu/settings/repeat sat setup---hit dash button. let it do its thing, then change "DISH TYPE" to round 18" (Note) -- the switch will change automatically from SWM to multi. Then hit continue and let it do its thing again. After that hit "view sat signal" and go aim. Yeah it does have the 2 connectors on the back for dual tuners. I would really like to have HD at the CG so, I will probably get another slimline dish like the one I use at home. Thanks for all the help.
sofive0 08/24/13 05:06am Technology Corner
RE: Directv Satellite Question

Sorry, I meant SWM. My receiver is an HR22-100.
sofive0 08/23/13 09:19pm Technology Corner
RE: Directv Satellite Question

I do have the SMW setup. Is there something special I need to get that to work on the road?
sofive0 08/23/13 09:00pm Technology Corner
Directv Satellite Question

I know this has probably been addressed before but, I wasn't able to find it searching the forums. I am wanting to add satellite reception (Directv) to my camper. I am a Directv subscriber for my home so, can I not just buy another dish to setup with a tripod at the CG and use one of my receiver's from home to watch TV in the camper? I have seen all the portable dishes ($350.00-$1,200.00) that are out but, it seems in order to use those, a person has to get a pay as you go subscription or something of the sort for it to work, which cost another $30-$40 a month to be able to watch it. I am looking for something where my family and I can have reliable TV and not the crappy cable hookup that most CG's have and that's if they have it at all without paying out the wahzoo for it, especially when we're only going for 3-4 days at a time a couple times a month through the summer. I would appreciate any and all helpful input.
sofive0 08/23/13 08:51pm Technology Corner
RE: Your Rig

We just moved from a Windjammer 3065 towed with a 2010 Tundra to a Grand Designs Solitude 369RL pulled by a 2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn, Cummins with Aisin and 3.42 gears. We did our Maiden Voyage this last week from ABQ to Loveland, CO. The truck pulled amazingly well, and the trailer pulled great with no issues. We weighed in at around 24K with 5 people in the truck, full tanks, 2 dogs, and an extra tailgate. I have a B&W Companion Slider with the factory 5th wheel hitch. So far, there is nothing I would change, which for me is a pretty big statement. Here is a pic: http://www.granddesignowners.com/Images/truckandtrailercropped.jpg Very Nice! I would love to see some interior pictures of the camper if you have time.
sofive0 08/14/13 10:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Replacement for very old unusable Crock Pot

This is the one we have. http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-33967-6-Quart-Programmable/dp/B001AO2PXK/ref=pd_sim_sbs_k_26 Bought it about 3yrs ago and use it regular. Very pleased with it. Also, the slow cooker liners are the trick if you ask me. Love them!
sofive0 05/27/13 09:01pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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