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RE: KOA membership

The first campground we stayed at when we started fulltime was a KOA we went for the membership, stayed three nights. We stayed one more night in the following year at a KOA. Didn't renew. We will occasionlly stay at a KOA if the location is a good stop for the night. Never found a bad one but some could use updating.
stickdog 06/25/17 11:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Brought home my brand new 2017 Jayco 23RB

Enjoy!
stickdog 06/24/17 09:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Refrigerator still not working.

Is the check light on?
stickdog 06/24/17 09:13pm Tech Issues
RE: National Park discounts

If you have more time than money you could always volunteer 250 hrs and receive a free volunteers pass. Of course part time job would more than cover with fewer hrs $80.00.
stickdog 06/24/17 03:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Can't find leak

Could be the window, could be the seal around the slide. If other areas look good that would be my next point of concern.
stickdog 06/24/17 03:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rubber roof repair

It's good to apply self leveling dicor around the edges of your eternabond tape, double protection.
stickdog 06/24/17 11:35am General RVing Issues
RE: Your favorite driving music?

I have the same playlists I had working what my DW calls old guy rock and old guy counrty. When I get tired of tht I like listening to local farming area stations get caught up on cattle and hog futures. love to know what pork bellies are going for......
stickdog 06/24/17 11:29am RV Lifestyle
RE: Pilot in Atwood stove hard to light

Is the thermocouple directly over the pilot flame. I always heat the thermocouple with the flame of the bar-b-que lighter and then turn up the oven to get the gas to the burner. Ours is 13 years old and gets used at least once a week. As far as thermocouples go they either work or they don't.
stickdog 06/24/17 10:36am Tech Issues
RE: Senior pass increase

Those federal folks need to get their story straight on the dates for the increase. The only thing they know for sure is April 15 unless it's a weekend or a holiday.
stickdog 06/23/17 01:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: False Advertising

Since I left my parents home 47 years ago I have provided my own subsistence. We were camping in Idaho once when a boy scout group provided a pancake breakfast to all campers in the park. Didn't even ask for a donation so I guess that was free.
stickdog 06/23/17 01:18pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Newbie a little nervous about driving a class a

As far as what roads are good to go, US Highways haven't been on one that wasn't ok to take. State roads good for the most part, if not they will warn you well in advance and give you the alternative route. County roads some are good others you can run into problems. If headed for a RV Park I always check the directions from the park website they know the best way in. Want to be safe pop for a truckers atlas. DO NOT TRUST YOUR ADVERAGE GPS there is one for trucks and rv's.
stickdog 06/23/17 10:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nortwood says no.

Conversion kits $1800. < $2900,the high includes axles, plus labor, unless your a do-it-yourselfer.
stickdog 06/22/17 09:57am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Should I offer less for this new Hail damaged KZ trailer?

Just because a dealer says it's discounted don't count on it. Salesmen have been known to fib. Some have called them outright liers.
stickdog 06/22/17 09:38am Travel Trailers
RE: Survey says... 1T for 5th wheel & 3/4T for BP Toyhauler

Well after reading many posts and researching payload caps ( diesels) ..it appears to me that if you are even thinking about a 5th wheel you should go with a 1T class truck where as a 3/4T should be able to handle most BP types. I know this a generalization but seems pretty accurate no? The payload is the really the deciding factor from what I have seen and the pin weights are just too high on 5th wheel toyhaulers. That is if you want to stay in-line with the law atleast. What law is that?
stickdog 06/21/17 01:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: LAZY DAYS PROBLEM

We've stayed there the last two years from Christmas Eve to Jan 2sd and are booked for the same this year. Closest RV park to DD. We don't use the amenities or spend much time there but the free breakfasts are ok and they have live music on the weekends at the bar if they don't fall on the holidays Come to think they may have had a New Years Eve party an extra $$ of course.
stickdog 06/20/17 09:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sulfur smell from water heater

I had a well that was loaded with sulfer. Cows loved it. I flushed my 30 gal HWH twice a year and treated it with clorine when it got too smelly. We did not use it for coffee I carried in 10 gals for cooking. It removed need of softner for your hair though.
stickdog 06/19/17 07:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where do you put the big cabelas recline chairs

We had a pair when we first started found we had better use of storage area than lounge chairs. Gave them to the DD for her patio.5
stickdog 06/18/17 10:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: too join or not too join

Go take the free camping do not sign for a membership. They will high pressure tag team style. If you can't resist high pressure sales your screwed.
stickdog 06/18/17 10:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Small refrigator while traveling

We travel with a 3cf 120vt freezer it can go 24 hrs with out power.
stickdog 06/18/17 12:24pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Fleetwood Terra

Parts are parts, chasie and drivetrain from different manufactures, hundreds of subsystems parts from different manufactures, Fleetwood just assembled them. Even if you give it a bump odds are a body shop can make it look as good as new.
stickdog 06/18/17 11:22am Class A Motorhomes
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