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RE: Leveling/AC Question

Leveling for AC is not critical. This is what I have read and been told in the past. Just your refrigerator.
wbwood 06/29/16 10:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Question regarding Grey Tank Lever

For 1200-1500, I would think they could replace the whole tank for that much...I agree, don't go back to who ever told you that.
wbwood 06/29/16 10:47am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Shenandoah - What to do in the area

Monticello is SO worth it! Jefferson had a scientific purpose for almost everything he did. We would go back again in a heartbeat. Yeah, but for a short trip on the July 4th weekend, $75 for 3 people sounds pretty high...Perhaps a weekday that will be less crowded and where you can actually spends some time there sounds a little better. But I have a hard time spending that kind of money to see someone's house. In my opinion, it should be like most historical things in DC, Free. I know it's not run by the NPS, but it could be more in line with their stuff. I could see $12 a person, but not $25.
wbwood 06/29/16 10:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Online search engines for camper locations??

RVPsrkReviews! Got back only two years max and throw out the high and the low. The only thing is that parks or campgrounds usually aren't listed (or at least the last time I have looked) aren't listed unless someone listed them and provided and review. As another mentioned, change up your terminology. Don't worry about Google Earth. You can also use rec.gov, reserveamerica.com, woodalls.com, etc
wbwood 06/29/16 10:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shenandoah - What to do in the area

Thanks all...looks like we will be spending more time hiking or something. I looked at the places listed above and they are not cheap by any means. $25/person to see monticello...$24-26/person for the caverns..Ashland was the cheapest place at $14/person , but not a whole lot there... When you multiply these prices by 3, it gets pretty expensive. We will have to do some of the more natrual things or I need to keep looking...lol
wbwood 06/28/16 03:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need Advice re: Campgrounds in Northern Georgia

We love Unicoi State Park near Helen, GA. Besides the little tourist town of Helen, there are easy drives to Tallulah Gorge, etc. Rob We also love Unicoi...it does have some full hook up sites.
wbwood 06/28/16 11:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ocean Waves Campground Review

Absolutely nothing about the campground except a few titles about price and location. Just because someone has a GoPro camera, a drone, video editing software and a Youtube account doesn't make them worthy of producing videos. And just because you have a computer, internet access, a forum account and a keyboard, doesn't mean you should go online and type rude comments....
wbwood 06/27/16 11:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking for free overnight spot on I-81 Virginia

Thanks Lumpty
wbwood 06/26/16 07:14am Roads and Routes
RE: Ocean Waves Campground Review

The poster wasn't selling anything. He was showing some drone footage of the areas of the campground. He did give some information about he park. Was it a review in my opinion? No. But people do not need to leave rude remarks. Its one thing to take off the gloves and speak your mind, defending yourself, but to go out of your way and make rude comments is not needed and serves no point. Kind of trollish. Unspoken words can often be louder than those that are spoken, Confucius say. And the ad you see was placed there by YouTube. And more than likely something they felt you would be interested in based on your internet viewing habits. With YouTube, you can opt to pay for monthly service,YouTube Red, and not get any commercials.
wbwood 06/26/16 07:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: toilet leaks

Clean it and try some silicone plumbers grease.
wbwood 06/26/16 06:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Boatahome??

Why not just get a boat with a cabin? Leave it one the trailer and use it at the campsite like an RV. Then when you are ready to go in the water, pull it in. No different than sitting at a dock, whether wet or dry.
wbwood 06/26/16 06:45am General RVing Issues
RE: so is 29 ft the cutoff for not towing a toad ?

NOPE! Whatever makes it 65 ft in Length is the cutoff. 65 ft is legal length in US on Fed highways and in Va anyway on Rt 15 from Point of Rocks to I 64, I wouldn't try to go further due to rd conditions. I don't think hey we're asking for legalities and total length. It will actually vary state to state on that. They were looking at what's the best length to stop at without needing a toad. So that they can d ivecthecrv all he time and not take an extra car.
wbwood 06/26/16 06:42am Beginning RVing
RE: What teardrop to buy?? Or is that what we want?

I don't think the OP was really talking about teardrop trailers. Sound s like more like the RPod's that are somewhat teardrop shaped.
wbwood 06/25/16 09:25am Beginning RVing
RE: so is 29 ft the cutoff for not towing a toad ?

First thing is to look at the actual length of the MH you are talking about. Ours is a 31' model, but actually 32' 6" long. In my opinion and experience, I would keep it under 25' total length to go without a toad. While we can get our RV in many places without issues, not every place thinks about RV's when designing their parking lots or roads. You not only have to worry about length, but width and height. If you are truly wanting to go without a toad, consider a Class B or a real short Class C. The Class B is better suited for driving around more and they are usually around 21' or sometimes less.
wbwood 06/25/16 09:22am Beginning RVing
RE: Battery "jump packs"

Amazon link to cord
wbwood 06/25/16 08:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Battery "jump packs"

You can buy a male-male 12 volt plug on amazon...it will charge the schumacher in the car. But, you have to monitor it manually as you can overcharge it...
wbwood 06/25/16 08:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for free overnight spot on I-81 Virginia

I was going to say WALMARTS at the large towns. We have on ocassion pulled into behind a MOTEL and asked permission to spend the night in the RV - usually works if you ask... ROANOKE is big truck stop town and local college... Usually alot of folks out all night long... We don't like stopping there... When you guys coming up this way - Would like to come give a visit... We are a couple of hours away from the Fredericksburg VA area... Roy and Carolyn Next weekend at Big Meadows
wbwood 06/25/16 08:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Looking for free overnight spot on I-81 Virginia

According to the Walmart overnight website, the Roanoke Walmarts say no...there are a few outside of Roanoke that appear to be ok. Just looking for some responses of those with actual overnight experience in that area....
wbwood 06/25/16 08:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Ocean Waves Campground Review

OK-- I looked at it and it really doesn't show anything about the CG. waste of time and poor advertisement, if that is what it's supposed to be. Nothing to be gained by this sort of comment.:R Some people have no filters..
wbwood 06/25/16 08:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shenandoah - What to do in the area

Brian - You do realize there is no hookups on SKYLINE DRIVE... Just a rest room house and water spigot... At the three camprounds on SKYLINE DRIVE it is camping off the batteries only... Great if you are setup for it. Generators can be run for a few hours during the day time... No generators after 8PM to 8AM in the next morning... Skyline Drive also has a great place near BIG MEADOWS that has cabins and also a real nice lodge setup... Roy Ken Yep...we have two group 31 batteries...the onboard generator and 100watt solar suitcase and a 200 watt kit that i can deploy if needed...the 100watt solar suitcase worked fine for out trip earlier this week to the outer banks....batteries at only 85% at 9am in the morning...suitcase charged them up by the end of the day without issue and if no sun, then the 5 hours a day of generator use will suffice...
wbwood 06/25/16 08:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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