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RE: a frame pop ups,anyone have the a liner or similar.

We had an Aliner Classic, and other than having a slight vent leak (repaired under warranty by dealer), we never had any leaking problems, even in hard rain.
xteacher 09/22/14 01:16pm Folding Trailers
RE: Microwave buttons

We have this microwave in our camper. Try pushing Timed Cook first, followed by the amount of time you want it to cook, then Start. This will cook the food on high. If you want a power setting less than high, push Timed Cook first, followed by the amount of time you want. Then push Power, followed by the power number you want, then Start. Hope this helps. I will say that this microwave is much weaker than the one we have at home, so you'll have to experiment with the settings to get something to cook the way you're used to.
xteacher 09/22/14 01:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: My Boy's Sick ...

Just seeing this thread. Prayers being sent to you and Calvin! It's always stressful when our furbabies are sick. I hope the meds do the trick and get it under control.
xteacher 09/22/14 06:13am RV Pet Stop
RE: Any problem with 2006 Aliner?

Aliners before 2007 are prone to have bad floors, so be sure to check it very carefully for water damage.
xteacher 09/19/14 04:36pm Folding Trailers
RE: Need help selecting new Travel Trailer

These are worth a look, IMO. Livinlite Camplite They are available on the east coast.
xteacher 09/18/14 05:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Thinking of buying a Non-bunkhouse TT for Family of 4

Can't imagine making up the sofa and table everyday with kids. Camping is supposed to be relaxing - not more work. I love the double over double floorplan, along with the couch and table. It's a lot of trailer, but gives the family plenty of space.
xteacher 09/18/14 05:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Need help selecting new Travel Trailer

As an owner of a 2010 Pathfinder (6000 lb. tow limit), I understand trying to stay within your tow limits. I'd try to make sure you pick a TT that is less than 8 feet wide, to reduce the wind drag. That's as important as the weight.
xteacher 09/17/14 04:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: double bunk, bunkhouse

I have a Starcraft AR-ONE 14RB. We've had several quality issues and wouldn't buy it again. Issues include wiring problems (burning smell caused by a bolt holding down the dinette seat too close to a wire under the dinette seat, causing the smoke detector to repeatedly go off), refrigerator problem (doesn't cool properly even after going back to the dealer and now the freezer door won't stay shut - we have a small one door refrigerator with a smaller freezer inside), defective workmanship under the couch - cross brace pieces have pulled away from the front edge of the couch, and there's a 1/2 space between the end of the three crossbrace pieces and the front of the couch. Only the nails showing are keeping it together. That will be our next trip to the dealer - to get them replaced, along with the freezer door problem. You get what you pay for. Lesson learned.
xteacher 09/17/14 04:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: Jake Update-Good News!

Yay Jake!
xteacher 09/16/14 06:25pm RV Pet Stop
RE: WD hitch

Dodges tend to have soft rear ends (I've had two Dodges in the past; hope to have another some day), so yes, a WDH with sway control would help.
xteacher 09/15/14 10:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Prayers for Jake, please

Prayers sent for Jake! Glad Dr. Doug has a suggestion that may work, too.
xteacher 09/15/14 10:31am RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog food-are these ingredients necessary?

On a dog food forum I'm a member of, there have been numerous reports of problems with Blue Buffalo dog food recently. Something's going on.
xteacher 09/11/14 06:09am RV Pet Stop
RE: question about starcraft

We bought a Starcraft AR-ONE 14RB this summer. It's definitely entry level, which we knew. It's already been back to the dealer for refrigerator problems. We plan on eventually positioning it down where our handicapped son lives to use as a hotel room when we visit him. I don't think it would hold up to frequent traveling or use.
xteacher 09/09/14 04:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cross your fingers for a nice dog....

Glad the dog got reunited with his family!
xteacher 09/09/14 04:13pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Adding a second dog to family

Also, take into consideration personality types. If your dog is an alpha, it's better if the new dog is more submissive, to avoid problems. I second getting a dog of the opposite gender. I'd also get one of similar size and energy type. Go for it!!
xteacher 09/08/14 06:27pm RV Pet Stop
RE: looking at a passport 2890rl help

I would get a bunkhouse b/c of your daughter. You'll quickly grow weary of making up/breaking down her bed every day.
xteacher 09/05/14 03:06pm Travel Trailers
RE: From the Land of the Misfit Dogs...

He'll go out with the boxers, GSDs, labs, and goldens. They just wanted to make sure he didn't get overly excited and end up getting in trouble - lol!
xteacher 09/05/14 02:50pm RV Pet Stop
RE: From the Land of the Misfit Dogs...

Jackson went for temperament testing yesterday at my local doggie day care/boarding place. He had to stay there the better part of the day, while the staff tried him out in various dog groups to see where he fit best (I was just praying he'd do well in one of them!) I was nervous b/c I wasn't sure how he'd do, but he passed with flying colors - he was a very good boy!! :B We can't afford the regular day care part, but occasionally, we need to board the dogs, and this is the bast place around. They get to enjoy the day care part during the day, then they're boarded at night. Whew, I'm relieved!! http://i1297.photobucket.com/albums/ag38/b_cafaro/JacksonBeltedInReadytoGoHomeonAdoptionDay8-29-14_zpsbbc0aa0e.jpg
xteacher 09/04/14 02:34pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog food-are these ingredients necessary?

I feel your pain on finding a good kibble for a sensitive dog! 2/3 of my dogs have to have their diets managed carefully to avoid problems. My toy poodle rescue gets fed all the kibble rejects from the other two dogs - lol! Thank God one of them is an easy keeper... Victor Grain Free Salmon is well tolerated by many dogs and has a decent price point. I may try it with my boxer when the bag of Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream I bought is almost gone (transitioning slowly, of course). Victor has a 5 star rating on dogfoodadvisor.com and is reasonably priced. Rachel Ray now has a grain free Salmon and Potato out that looks pretty decent (also a Grain Free Turkey and Potato), is easily available, and is not bad on the wallet. Some people swear by Fromm, but I've never tried it. Some of it is reasonably priced.
xteacher 09/04/14 02:21pm RV Pet Stop
RE: rescued a good dog

I upload photos to Photobucket, then load them here.
xteacher 09/03/14 04:24pm RV Pet Stop
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