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RE: Famous sightings... almost

Well, I've never seen anyone famous, (that I recognized) at a CG. However, When we were in Nashville, we ate at the Loveless Café. DH had a Led Zeppelin T-shirt on, (I know). Anyhow, the waitress pointed at his shirt and said, 'Robert Plant was here last week for breakfast, and I waited on him!' He was in Nashville to record with Allison Krauss. I asked the waitress what he ordered. She said he said, 'Decaf, Luv'. I have a hard time believing that man drinks decaf, but I can just imagine him saying it. ;)
Go Dogs 04/14/14 06:32am General RVing Issues
RE: The disaster ready... Discussion

My plan is to go after the 'Preppers'. Hit them and steal their stuff. Sort of like buying used, and letting the first guy eat the depreciation. lol!!! - id be the last one you'd try and steal from... :) obviously some people think its a foolish idea to be prepared... I'm not crazy about it. I just have a plan... most people should have a plan, some moderate preparation will save you a ton of grief and possibly your life.. My preparations have saved me twice... it had nothing to do with my prepped stuff. just my mind/skill set... you are right about the roads being clogged with all the lames trying to scurry away... I just happen to believe that in the event of a major disaster, (earthquake, zombies, etc)the people with access to the biggest weapons, (military, police, etc.) will be able to 'secure' necessary supplies. They will use what they want and barter/sell the excess. Any doomsday preppers will become prime targets. Helicopters will fly over, bomb robots will come along. Anything that isn't destroyed in the attack will be pilfered. I'm sure many preppers have been under observation for awhile-so 'they' already know where the goods are.
Go Dogs 04/13/14 05:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: The disaster ready... Discussion

My plan is to go after the 'Preppers'. Hit them and steal their stuff. Sort of like buying used, and letting the first guy eat the depreciation.
Go Dogs 04/13/14 04:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Read this before buying from Camping World

I don't think any of us on this forum would have a problem dealing with a face to face confrontation, but I do think cyber-threats are a real problem. Especially, considering all the recent news about bullying and kids. We just had a horrible stabbing incident in our local area, last week. It really hits me sideways that these cowards pick their fights from behind a computer screen. I think if these jerks knew that they were not that anonymous-they would crawl back in their holes.
Go Dogs 04/13/14 07:07am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Read this before buying from Camping World

This thread should be deleted. A frustrated owner is pointing fingers at the wrong person/company and went about it all wrong. There is no reason this should remain. Even browsing threads and seeing the subject line could unfairly deter someone from this business. That's not right. DELETE!!!! Better yet the OP should be banned for threatening people and being ignorant I agree with all of the above. Something sounds fishy with the OP's whole story. Either a troll or he's trying to pull something over on CW. BTW: If I get a nasty PM, I will share it with everyone, including a lawyer. Yes, I have a idealistic young nephew law student-they are studying the process of going after 'anonymous' cyber postings. A fascinating field! If there's a buck to be made, leave it to a lawyer to find it!And here is a big part of our problems in this day and time. Sue happy people trying to get something for nothing! Don't be an *ss, threatening someone with anonymous cyber-muscles is very dangerous. How would you like to be threatened by an unknown person? Or you're kids???
Go Dogs 04/13/14 06:37am Camping World RV Sales
RE: May have poisoned my dog

The smell commonly associated with chlorine bleach is actually from the oxidation byproduct and breakdown of the chlorine salt (sodium hypochlorite). The salt dissolved in cold water with nothing to oxidize will not be giving off much smell. I emptied most of the jug onto the dirty ground and there was plenty of smell. A clean chlorinated pool will have slight odor, a dirty one will have a strong odor. The State health department isn't going to say anything about another State agency. I saved some of the water and I'll have it tested on Monday. Problem is, the sample 48 hours from now will have degraded considerably. I don't really care if anyone believes me. I know my dog became sick shortly after drinking the water. It is my fault for not tasting the water first, but I'm going to be a thorn in the side of whomever is responsible for maintaining that drinking water well. As to how smart my dog is, compared to a human, he's as dumb as a post. He certainly has no chemistry background and I doubt he knows anything about the quality of the water he's drinking. I just posted as a caution for others to not trust drinking water wells, even in government run campgrounds. I have never let my dogs drink from strange sources. I always haul water along. And when I say strange, I mean ANY water that I did not bring from home. Even water that does not contain chemicals can have bacteria that is foreign to the dogs system. Dogs are smarter than many people that I've known. I would not refer to my dog as 'dumb as a post', when I worried that I was the one that may have poisoned him. :R
Go Dogs 04/13/14 06:07am RV Pet Stop
RE: Read this before buying from Camping World

This thread should be deleted. A frustrated owner is pointing fingers at the wrong person/company and went about it all wrong. There is no reason this should remain. Even browsing threads and seeing the subject line could unfairly deter someone from this business. That's not right. DELETE!!!! Better yet the OP should be banned for threatening people and being ignorant I agree with all of the above. Something sounds fishy with the OP's whole story. Either a troll or he's trying to pull something over on CW. BTW: If I get a nasty PM, I will share it with everyone, including a lawyer. Yes, I have a idealistic young nephew law student-they are studying the process of going after 'anonymous' cyber postings. A fascinating field! If there's a buck to be made, leave it to a lawyer to find it!
Go Dogs 04/13/14 06:01am Camping World RV Sales
RE: My Security Precaution and Peace of Mind

After reading about the Emergency bag, I like GOOD (Get Out Of Dodge) bag idea but the RV is becoming my home. I realize the important of keeping your records together but off site has always been my option. I guess I thankful for my daughters having big houses. Another way I try to protect what I have is always be suspicious. That is I always look around at the surrounding ( vehicle, people) and write a license number down or take pictures. It may a picture of a future witness or the vehicle that is used in the crime. I try to leave the impression I'm watching and have information that a security camera will not. I do like the idea of some kind or sensor with remote control & siren, either motion or switch operated, to monitor the door when in strange parking lots. We all know that the material things can be replaced but it is peace of mind we are trying to protect. I'm a firm believer if the door is forced open, there maybe blood on the Welcome Mat. Has anyone close to you expressed concern that your beliefs are... a bit extreme? I know if my father lived in an RV with motion sensors, and photographed any one near him-I would think he'd been sniffing too much propane.
Go Dogs 04/12/14 11:31am RV Lifestyle
RE: any regrets with a longer TT?

Why is it that when you're towing it, it feels as big as an iceberg-when you get set up, it feels as small as an ice cube?
Go Dogs 04/11/14 08:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Help with house training..

Can you imagine how confusing it is for a dog to be encouraged to pee inside and poop outside? Put the pee pads outside in the spot you want him to do everything at. Little dog, little bladder. Frequency, consistency, praise and common sense.
Go Dogs 04/11/14 07:06am RV Pet Stop
RE: What do you carry for protection?

Common sense and 2 BIG dogs. Neither items will be used against me, both items will be ready immediately, and no one will try to steal them, either.
Go Dogs 04/10/14 09:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mice block for power cord door?

In addition to plugging all openings, removing all food, soap, candles, firewood and a thorough cleaning. I put rubber snakes under the TT. I've also made one of those moving, predator silhouettes, like they have at the campgrounds to scare geese. It's a waterproof piece of corrugated cardboard. Cut two pieces in the basic shape of big slinking cat, paint it and make BIG high-vis eyes. Glue an upside down jar between the pieces, and fasten them together, put the jar on a stake in the ground. The wind makes it move. It doesn't have to look all that realistic. The movement and the eyes are what scares the critters.
Go Dogs 04/09/14 04:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hello all

Wow, things are going so fast. Thanks for the update. No more snow for the Wees!(and you two!).
Go Dogs 04/08/14 03:30pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Help deciding on first travel trailer

Buying used is smart, so if it doesn't meet your needs-you won't have to deal with a big investment. That is the ONLY advantage to buying used, IMO. There are many downsides also, especially if buying a used trailer with problems and/or which has not been properly maintained coupled with a new owner who is not able / does not have the time to fix what is wrong with the trailer. I am still working and fit into the category of not having the time or inclination to be fixing other folks' problems. Just saying this so that the OP is aware that RV can be a money pit too. :) There's another thread running right now that some guy just sunk $19000 into a new TT and now wants to buy a Fiver. He's going to lose some big bucks on that deal. As I said, I've never seen anyone buy an RV at gunpoint. So, not making an initial big investment is sometimes a very worthwhile advantage. Until you know what you need-try to do the smart money thing. Take your time and do a careful inspection on any used units.
Go Dogs 04/06/14 07:42am Travel Trailers
RE: Help deciding on first travel trailer

There is an old saying on this forum, 'Buy your 3rd trailer first'. IOW, most people don't know what they want/need until they've been RVing. If you want to consider that advice, don't invest too much $$ into your first trailer. Buying used is smart, so if it doesn't meet your needs-you won't have to deal with a big investment. Just make sure you do a meticulous inspection.
Go Dogs 04/06/14 06:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Cleaning the oven?

Use one of those handheld steam cleaners. Put newspaper down on the floor to catch the mess. No smells, no chemicals.
Go Dogs 04/06/14 06:18am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: need to understand how finance calculation work

Stop and think. Not only are you going to be taking on a HUGE debt buying this new RV-Don't forget that everything is going to cost more going from a TT to a Fiver. Do you have a big enough truck to pull it?? Insurance?? Fuel?? Storage?? Your very best bet is pay off what you have, or sell it outright and ERASE that debt. Then you can start to think about something else. Don't be so quick to assume the dealer is trying to rip the OP off. They are not in the business to pay off people's mistakes. I've never heard of a story of someone being forced at gunpoint to buy an RV.
Go Dogs 04/05/14 01:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV doggie door

Just another idea; Instead of cutting an opening in the wall of your coach. Could you not fashion an indoor and outdoor ramp to an existing window,(preferably low to the ground). Use a flexible screen in the window and teach the dogs to go up/down the ramps. Close the window when you want them to stay in. Of course, it all depends on the way the windows are placed in your coach.
Go Dogs 04/05/14 09:01am RV Pet Stop
RE: Tank Treatments

My RV has a holding tank, not a septic system. I leave the gray tank valves open while in use as do many others. I dump my black tank every few days like many others. I use a lot of water in my black tank and don't waste any money on needless chemicals... B.O. ITA: Unless you have a residential, destination trailer-an RV has a holding tank, not a septic tank. Two very different things. This new Rid-X product looks just like the usual RV toilet holding tank products. Don't know why they haven't been marketing it before. After all, if you're 'in' the toilet business???
Go Dogs 04/05/14 08:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Crock pot beef roast

Brown it on all sides. Sprinkle with a package of onion soup mix. Spread with one can of whole berry cranberry sauce. Set it on low for 6-8 hours depending on size of roast, and how hot your crock pot runs. The soup mix and cranberry sauce makes a nice savory gravy, serve over noodles, potatoes, etc.
Go Dogs 04/04/14 02:33pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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