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RE: Social Security question/help

I couldn't find this answer online, also spent about 30 min on hold yesterday. Maybe somebody on here knows the answer. I know social security pro-rates between ages, so your amount goes up every year. For example at age 62 I get more at age 63. (question) But what about within a year? For example, would I get more if my age was age 63 years 10 months versus my age of 63 years 1 month. Thanks for any input. Never had luck trying to get informaation over the phone from ANY goverment agency. If you do get a real person they will tell you that you've called the wrong department and they can't help you. If your lucky they will transfer you to the right department where you will listen to scratchy John Philip Sousa songs until your ears bleed and then abruptly disconneted.
stickdog 12/03/16 11:30am RV Lifestyle
RE: US Income Taxes

Tax Act
stickdog 11/26/16 07:44pm Snowbirds
RE: 38' 5er vs 34' 5er

Depends on how good of a backer upper you are.
stickdog 11/25/16 11:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Full-time RVing again!

Glad to hear you can still live your dream!
stickdog 11/23/16 04:58am Full-time RVing
RE: Question about weight ratings

Tim 1970, although your axle ratings total 11,300 what are the tires rated for they may be the weak link in GVW.
stickdog 11/20/16 02:48pm Beginning RVing
RE: Thoughts on circulating warm air in the RV?

If on shore power our ceiling fan runs 24-7 on low and has for the last 6 1/2 years. I keep it blowing down year round we're not talking of a large space and the air movement of both furnace or AC are enhanced by it. We also use 2 1500 watt ceramic heaters if on 50 amp service in the winter along with the heat pump till temps call for the furnace and tank protection.
stickdog 11/19/16 03:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sat antenna placement

I've placed my tailgater on the roof for the last 3 years as fulltimers while we're volunteering 8-9 months per year if we're traveling I'll just set it on the ground or a picnic table. it hasn't damaged the roof.
stickdog 11/16/16 05:16am Technology Corner
RE: New to RV'ing. Want to fulltime. First post -- Hi!

Welcome, read on plenty of information here and on other forums, you may want to try Escapees forum. The two most important things for a fulltimer are North in the Summer and South in the Winter.
stickdog 11/10/16 11:56am Travel Trailers
RE: Brand loyal or best for your needs?

56 Olds 88, 57 Chevy, 60 dodge, 65 Chevy Impala, 69 Nova, 72 Chevy Van, 72 Volkswagon Bug, 76 F150, 65 Chevy pickup-farm truck, 78 Buick Lesaber, 78 Pinto wagon, 87 Ford Ranger, 93 Mazda MX3, 98 ford Ranger, 2002 toyota Camry,2005 Ford Focus, 2009 F350.
stickdog 11/08/16 12:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Newbie on our way to Florida

If we're leaving from Nashville we stop at High Falls SP in GA about as far as we want to travel in a day. We'll be leaving Nashville Dec 21 and will stop there, Carrolls is 407 miles from Nashville, High Falls SP is 295. They have 50amp pullthrough sites and senior discount. It's a very nice park we always stay in the upper campground wher the pull throughs are most are good level sites and as we travel n the off season we have always gotten a site without reservations. It's about 2 miles off I75 but a straight shot from the Exit 198.
stickdog 11/07/16 03:31pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is it just my imagination or what?

Our neighbors from the north are moving south we hae 1 or 2 passing through the campground we're in every day. I was talking to one from Quebec today they're heading down to the valley,said it was their 7 year.
stickdog 11/06/16 12:18am Snowbirds
RE: New Campground

In Tok AK there is a campground for motorcycles.
stickdog 11/04/16 11:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Replacing day/night shades with blinds

We changed out the day-night with soft blinds custom ordered through Lowes.
stickdog 11/04/16 08:28pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Amazon Kenosha Wisconsin

There are three fullfillment centers that have Camperforce positions for Peak, Cambellville KY, Murfreesboro TN, and Haslet TX. These positions include a RV site at a local campground along with the hourly wage. There are many fullfillment centers that hire temps for Peak but those hires are through local employment agencies.
stickdog 11/04/16 01:47am Workamping Forum
RE: 50 Amp Power Cord Sgtorage

I carry a 5 gallon bucket(home Depot bright orange) My 50A anaconda cord gets coiled up in bucket and then placed in back of truck bed between hitch and tailgate. x1 been doing it like that for years.
stickdog 10/31/16 02:53pm Tech Issues
RE: To Alaska by ferry from Washington State?

Maybe doesn't want to declare a wine collection?
stickdog 10/29/16 11:05pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Thanksgiving potluck ideas?

Fresh fruit salad.
stickdog 10/29/16 12:13pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Gas or electric

Never stayed at an RV resort, unless you count Lazy Days in Tampa. We run gas on both WH and fridge when on 30 amp and AC is needed.
stickdog 10/28/16 01:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your Top 10 Tips - Large Family

If you plan on camping trips over the big holidays Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, make reservations.
stickdog 10/28/16 01:58am Beginning RVing
RE: Cassiar Highway 2016

As most that travel those roads regularly will state they vary year to year and season to season. Our trip north in 15 was for the most part nothing like the stories so often reported. Sure there were flagged areas and some that should have been that weren't. The latter if your eyes are on the road and your traveling as posted don't present a problem as the tire marks on the road give there own warning so stay alert. As I said went north in mid May and the roads were good but returning in mid August the gravel section from Beaver Creek south to just north of Destruction Bay was the worst washboard I've ever traveled. We returned on the Cassiar which on the north end they were just finishing up with road work and then some active chip sealing south of the Stewart/Hyder cutoff. All in all it was a good trip and we plan on going back in 18.
stickdog 10/21/16 12:20am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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