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RE: forum search help

Is the forum going to continue hiding anything over 365 days pulsar? I'm sorry for such a late response - it's very hectic around here. I have no inside information. I can say that the forum is not intentionally hiding the posts. The archiving system is broken. Will it be fixed? I don't know, but when is the last time that anything has been fixed? Tom
pulsar 01/14/18 05:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Campground recommendations for SC in March

We like Huntington Beach State Park Tom
pulsar 01/14/18 05:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Strange problem with My Kwikee Electric Steps

Until yesterday my Kwikee electric steps worked exactly as they were supposed to. Then for some unknown reason the steps stoped working when the motor home ignition is turned off but the steps work correctly when the ignition is turned on. Can anyone tell me what to check? Welcome to the forum. When asking about issues with your rig, it would be helpful to include what rig you have. For example, 2015 Meridian. With no additional information, I also believe that a switch has changed positions. Our steps have a switch, which when in the on position, will open and close the steps whenever the door is open or closed, regardless of the ignition switch. When the switch is in the off position, the steps will open the first time the door is opened and will remain out until the ignition is turned on, with the door closed, or the switch is turned on again and the door is closed. Tom
pulsar 01/12/18 07:37am Tech Issues
RE: forum search help

With the information provided, it's tough to do an efficient Google search. With additional information taken from Mortimer Brewster's link, I did a search for site:rv.net Jebby14 "Pro Series" and the post was at top of the result pages. For a discussion of the "archive gap" see here and here Note: quoting or copying this post will change the site:rv.net to site:rv.net. Tom
pulsar 01/10/18 01:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: Maxair fan not working

If yours is like ours, there are two fan off switches in the fan compartment along with the switch at the control center. One is a rocker switch that you could have easily switched off while putting in the pillow. The other is the dial that sets the fan speed; there is a 0 position. Finally, if it is thermostatically controlled, is is warm enough for the fan to come on? Tom
pulsar 12/28/17 06:47am Class A Motorhomes
Merry Christmas

http://i.imgur.com/IqmG0KN.jpg (Boogie, Jinks, Razz, Breeze) Happy Holidays to All! Tom
pulsar 12/25/17 06:05am RV Pet Stop
RE: Generator problem??

When it wouldn't start, did you prime the engine by holding down the stop switch? Tom
pulsar 12/20/17 06:41am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ohio, Indiana & Kentucky Camp Suggestions

Being in the Cincinnati area, have you been to Kentucky Horse Park. That would be an easy trip for you to a nice campground. Nolin Lake State Park is a gem of a campground, with only 32 RV sites, which are wide, grassy, and many are shaded, along with 27 primitive sites, which are in a separate area. The RV sites have water and electric (50 amps) - $25 per night. There is a good dump station. The campground is located in Mammoth Cave, KY and Mammoth Cave is a short drive away. http://i.imgur.com/GnEj6x5l.jpg As you can see, our site (21) backed up to the water, a fact not missed by our golden retrievers. Negatives (which were not issues for us): There is a 20 or so mile drive in on 2 lane roads with little to no shoulders. No wifi. Verizon extended LTE (which means another provider has a tower near by - Verizon has an agreement with them so no roaming charges.) According to the host, no over-the-air TV. We didn't verify that. Hillman Ferry at Land Between the Lakes is another favorite of ours. Tom
pulsar 12/19/17 07:55am Family Camping
RE: Preferences/Signature....STILL a problem.

Is it expecting too much to ask that an Administrator to tell us something about this issue ? My Signature is not showing up on posts. I think I had one.....but can't verify that because I get an error when going there. SINCE.....the "My RV" description doesn't automatically show up with posts, this is kind of an important thing. HELP, please. Currently, you do not have a signature, so that is why it does not show up on posts. You can check your signature by clicking on the View Profile link below your name and to the right of any of your posts. If you have a signature, it will be displayed at the bottom of the profile page under the label: Sam Spade's signature. Creating a new signature will have to wait until a fix is done. I doubt that anyone a corporate sees forum software issues as a priority. This one is confounded by the fact that it does not affect everyone. I've reported that I can add my picture back; 1492 has reported that he had no problem adding a picture. Tom
pulsar 12/17/17 07:32pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Canadian Rockies in June 18

In Banff, make reservations at Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court, or Tunnel Mountain Village II, if you want hook-ups. Lake Louise, make reservations at Lake Louise Trailer Court. (We usually tour Lake Louise and the lower portion of the Icefields Parkway from Banff.) In Jasper, make reservations at Whistlers. Banff is touristy, lots of shops and places to eat. The Gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain is expensive, but provides spectacular views of Banff and the Bow Valley. You should see Bow Falls and Lake Minnewanka. In Lake Louise: Lake Louise, obviously. But don't miss Moraine Lake. If you like hiking, the Boom Lake hike to a beautiful alpine lake is not difficult. We also like the more difficult Taylor Lake hike, which takes you to a spectacular waterfall. Marble Canyon, actually in Kootenay National Park, is fabulous. We enjoyed Johnson Canyon. The Silverton Falls hike was a little scary, because we took two of our dogs and there were a couple of narrow sections. I won't list all of the things along the Ice Fields Parkway - don't miss any of them. The upper portion, down to the Columbia Icefields discovery Centre, we do from Jasper. I must suggest the short movie at the Columbia Icefields Discovery Centre. It is the best short movie I have seen at a visitors' center. There is much to do in Jasper, Mount Edith Cavell, Maligne Canyon, Medicine Lake, and Maligne Lake. We have often seen bears on the drive to Patricia and Pyramid Lakes. Pyramid Lake has secluded picnic/swimming areas, where we let the dogs swim - too cold for our southern blood. Have a great trip. Tom
pulsar 12/17/17 07:11am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Apple getting ready to ditch the Mac?

2017 Fourth quarter results from Mac sales: 5.386 million units sold (10% year over year growth) $7.17 billion revenue (24% year over year growth) More importantly. What would an iPhone or iPad be without software? What devices are used for software development? Tom
pulsar 12/11/17 06:12am Technology Corner
RE: Questions about "Closed" topics

Ever been to a store that has huge lines and the people get grumpy? If the cashiers decide they don't feel like dealing with the extra work, it doesn't matter how many people are in line- if they close their registers, nothing you can do about it. On the other hand, if that happens enough times, suddenly the lines aren't as long. Workers get a lighter load, but the organization suffers. Also nothing you can do about it. Is your post correct? Incorrect? Very detailed? It's easier to wipe out than deal with it? Not your call, nothing you can do about it. See the theme here? Or not? Either way, nothing you can do about it. The "whim" that matters is not yours, or mine, or... LOL. On MANY sites, mods are respectful of members and make an effort to resolve or notify members if something is awry. Or edit a (long/detailed) post to remove certain comments. Not all do. Still nothing you can do about it ;) True. I just tried to come up with a deep and meaningful statement regarding our constitution and the first amendment, but I deleted that attempt, because I knew it would be removed ........ Like you say "Nothing we can do about it". One might note that the First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. has nothing to say about the actions of moderators on this forum. The moderators are a great group of men and women who have devoted much of their time to a thankless task. Tom
pulsar 12/07/17 07:51am General RVing Issues
RE: preferences error

This has been a problem for quite awhile now. And it has NOT been fixed thru any of the portals. Albiet it seems to be a problem for some and not all. I still can not add a pix to my signature. Now I can't even get to my preferences page. My still behaves the same as when the error arose. I can change text. I can go through the process of adding (restoring) my picture. I am notified that the changes were successfully saved. Still no picture. Tom
pulsar 12/07/17 07:10am Forum Technical Support
RE: Jinks' second Mungo Homes commercial

I guess the counter surfing, I suspect he's trained NOT to do that :) Doug, You are absolutely correct. Jinks knew that was a no-no. Thankfully, he didn't unlearn the rules of our house. Tom
pulsar 12/06/17 05:33pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Jinks' second Mungo Homes commercial

For those that saw the video, what do you think was the hardest scene to train? Same question for the first commercial Tom
pulsar 12/06/17 02:40pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Questions about "Closed" topics

Only Admin and the moderators listed in the upper right of a sub-forum's topic index page can close a thread in that sub-forum. Already posted in this thread are a good list of why threads are closed. If a reason is not obvious (and not posted in the thread) the only way to find out why a thread was closed is to ask the moderator(s) of the sub-forum. The moderator names listed for a sub-forums are links to their profile pages, which has a link to send them private messages. Be aware, that a moderator may have deleted several posts (that you did not see) before the thread was closed. Closing a thread is a lot easier than "cleaning up" one. While I was moderating, I tried to post a reason for closing a thread, unless it was obvious. When I first started, I would send a private message to the poster of a post that I deleted. Instead of seeing that as a courtesy, most saw that as an invitation to debate or, more likely, call me any obscene name that came to mind. I am sure the other moderators experienced the same. Except for new members, I quit sending notifications. Tom
pulsar 12/06/17 02:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: Suggestions/Advice for Nova Scotia and PEI

... You then have to backtrack a bit to get onto PEI. The ferry from Caribou is a shorter route and an experience but not cheap. If you drive all the way to the Confederation bridge it is free to cross onto the island, you only have to pay when leaving. ... Unless things have changed in the last couple of years, The ferry from Caribou to Woods Island is free. As with the bridge, one pays when leaving on the Ferry. We have always taken the Ferry to PEI and left on the bridge. Adding to things to do in NS, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck is worth a visit. On Cape Breton, we like to stay a the Broad Cove campground on the east side. I believe they take reservations, now. Our favorite hike is the Middle Head Trail. Tom
pulsar 12/06/17 06:24am RVing in Canada and Alaska
Jinks' second Mungo Homes commercial

Mungo Homes. If a login window appears, click on the Not Now button on the bottom right of the window. Then start the video. Tom
pulsar 12/05/17 08:16pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Changing my password

This tutorial is about adding a picture to your signature, but will tell you all you need to know about changing your signature. Tom
pulsar 12/03/17 12:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Us getting Older, and dogs crossing Rainbow Bridge

So many in this thread have recently lost companions. Our condolences to each of you. We've lost 8 in our 30 years of RVing. All have caused us to cry; each has meant so much to us. I have tears now as I counted the ones we lost. What good friends and partners they were. For those of you with multiple dogs, do you, like we do, find comfort from the ones you still have? (They need our comfort, too.) Tom
pulsar 12/02/17 06:14am RV Pet Stop
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