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RE: What advice to first time TT buyers? Airstream 27 footer...

Hey, if money was no object to the OP-get whatever you want. However, It's no fun going camping when you got a big $$ headache to worry about. The fishing will be as good, and the smores will taste as good in something more affordable.
Go Dogs 08/02/15 09:46am Travel Trailers
RE: What advice to first time TT buyers? Airstream 27 footer...

Well, IMHO. Why not look at a folding/PUP trailer. You'll get nice big sleeping areas. More storage options. It will be more cost effective as you won't have to buy such a big TV. I know from owning 3 RVs. It's a pain to have to move stuff every night to turn something into a bed. It's also tough to have a big dog, (or two) taking up all of the floor space. Also, throw in the cost of insurance, maintenance and storage. You can get a brand new PUP(with warranty) for the cost of a used Airstream.
Go Dogs 08/02/15 06:57am Travel Trailers
RE: Old school setup

Those little mirrors can't be fun!! But hey, He's getting it down the road! An old timer told me the trick to pulling a huge load without worry is-NEVER look in your mirrors!
Go Dogs 08/01/15 12:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: Old school setup

I bet he's not making payments!
Go Dogs 08/01/15 09:21am Travel Trailers
RE: What Brand Dog Food do you Feed Your Dog and Why?

I give them table s****s. They really like those little brittle chicken bones. I supplement that with the cheapest dog food I can find-usually a different brand every time. Boy, does that keep them loose. When we go camping-there's no way I can do a thorough clean-up-I bet the other camper hate me for leaving residue on their campsites. That cheap dog food makes them itchy and antsy. Boy, do they shed and bark-My neighbors complain all the time. It probably doesn't bother them as much when they're inside-but I usually just chain them to a tree. They get mean, too-and try to start a fight with every dog they see. Does that cover about everything? I don't want anyone to think I'm not a good dog owner! Seriously: Purina Smart Blend with daily fish oil capsules. Gallons of water.
Go Dogs 08/01/15 08:30am RV Pet Stop
RE: Please give Advice on a big decision! Long Post!

I would keep the class C. You're looking an older unit that has extensive rodent damage, will need new tires, plus the unknown problems. Keep what you got.
Go Dogs 07/31/15 09:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

They don't exactly sterilize the campsites after each use. Who knows what leprosy carrying armadillo, or rabid raccoon was licking your water hook-up? Camping in a public place has inherent 'risks'. Deal with it, or don't camp.
Go Dogs 07/29/15 08:42am RV Pet Stop
RE: Lost remote

Did you call the campground? Maybe someone turned it in and they would mail it to you?
Go Dogs 07/28/15 04:34pm Toy Haulers
RE: Unbelievable!

Hey, it was a simple yes or no question. Let's just forget the past!!
Go Dogs 07/28/15 06:54am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Is it really too far to walk to the bathroom at a rest area?

On our outbound trip recently we had hit a 4x4 that caused us to stop at the next rest area. I was looking for any damage and had to get down on my knees at the rear wheel and front wheel. At first I thought I might have ruptured my black tank as there was a distinct urine smell. Yet after looking nothing was dripping on the ground. Then I thought maybe the DEF tank got hit. Nope it wasn't that. I then smelled my hands and yup, there was a smell of urine and upon smelling the cement it was everywhere in the trailer lane. Why pull over to use the rest area and are then too lazy to make it to the bathroom. Just wiz all over your tires or the ground? Gross. I assume it might mostly be OTR drivers? Next time I'll be sure to use rubber gloves if needing to inspect anything. :E It could've been worse-if you get my drift. Seriously, maybe someone else had a ruptured black tank, maybe it was dog urine, or maybe someone just had an accident. I wouldn't assume it was an OTR driver.
Go Dogs 07/27/15 11:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dealer dilemma - need advice

They've already showed their hand-never deal with a dishonest dealer.
Go Dogs 07/26/15 03:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Lowes AND Home Depot-horrible quality

My brother has quality issues at his Home Depot, but I love my local Lowe's. Must be the difference in individual stores.
Go Dogs 07/25/15 01:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: Camping World Web Needs help!

Why would a 'senior' member of this forum order anything from CW?
Go Dogs 07/24/15 02:44pm Good Sam Club
RE: I made a rookie move... Always tip your awning at night!

That happens a lot. We've been lucky, but we carry strip ties and duct tape so the not so fortunate can shore up their bent up awnings to get home.
Go Dogs 07/24/15 06:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Teaching a dog to "talk"

I remember a talking Chihuahua on the old Art Linkletter show. I think she said, 'I love you'. My dogs never bothered with the English language-they mastered the art of 'telepathy'.
Go Dogs 07/23/15 06:56am RV Pet Stop
RE: Dang Good fur Nuttin Wabbits!

Should've left Calvin pick the numbers.
Go Dogs 07/22/15 04:53pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog breed descrimination - showing up late un-announced

'In following this thread, I only have one thing to add. I've been training dogs for a little over 30 years now, and I've got a pretty good read these days for which dogs might possibly be dangerous. My first clue? The owner.' Samantha, Using the same method, Teachers look at the parents to see which students are going to be a handful!!
Go Dogs 07/21/15 04:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog breed descrimination - showing up late un-announced

I volunteer at the local shelter. In order to even put the dog on the adoption floor-they label pit bulls as lab cross, shepherd cross, etc. My own rescued pit was identified as a boxer cross. When I took her to my vet for the first check-he looked at her shelter card and said, 'You know this is a pit bull, don't you?'. I said I certainly did and if he didn't mind putting boxer cross in the computer, so her vaccination certificates didn't say pit bull. He said, 'I'm not going to argue with the shelter, if they say boxer cross-that's good enough for me.' So, breed restrictions are ridiculous. IMHO.
Go Dogs 07/21/15 10:38am RV Pet Stop
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Go Dogs 07/21/15 08:52am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Just got my new DO

Pre-Seasoned is not the same as Non-Stick. It means that the seasoning process was begun in the factory. I always season my cast iron, (pre or not). Eventually, if seasoned properly-it will become non-stick.
Go Dogs 07/21/15 08:29am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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