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RE: RVs and the migrant elderly workers of our times

I was interviewed by the author for her feature piece in Harper's magazine (not included in the story). When it hit the stands, I rushed down to the local library to read it. I was sorely disappointed about how negative it was. There were a few positive quotes thrown in so it wouldn't look like a total hatchet job, but still ....
HappyKayakers 08/29/14 10:11am Workamping Forum
RE: Workcamping experience ?

When I first started workamping, I emphasized my previous activities that would benefit the campground or park. Cut grass? Yep. Weed eat? Yep. Minor electrical and plumbing repairs around the house? Yep. Work with people? Yep. Ability to learn new tasks? Yep. Plays well with others? Maybe the most important quality.
HappyKayakers 08/27/14 07:52am Full-time RVing
RE: Class C Too Small - Class A Too Big - Help

Have you looked at Super C's?
HappyKayakers 08/24/14 03:19pm Full-time RVing
RE: Kayak carrying

... I've also seen a specially built rack on the roof of a crew cab that extended out past the cab at the front and had posts down to the front bumper. The kayaks were tied down to the top of the rack. I'm sure they blocked the view of overhead signals. I've carried 2 14' kayaks this way and never had problems seeing signals. Yes, I had to tilt my head sometimes but it was not a major inconvenience.
HappyKayakers 08/21/14 11:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Black tank odor in RV when dumping

Maybe your backflow preventer blew off the line. Mine was not installed properly from the factory but didn't notice until there was water pouring out of the underbelly.
HappyKayakers 08/20/14 09:05am Tech Issues
RE: Spooky Cursor

desktop PC or laptop? If laptop, is the finger pad disabled or enabled?
HappyKayakers 08/20/14 07:35am Technology Corner
RE: wind drag/weight conversion

Do you get to subtract thousands of pounds for a tail wind?
HappyKayakers 08/19/14 11:45am Towing
RE: Camping Florida for 1st time

Hard to say unless you tell us what you are looking for... X2
HappyKayakers 08/18/14 11:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: MA title travel trailer

I would think your only reliable answer would come from a MA title office instead of strangers on the Internet.
HappyKayakers 08/16/14 01:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Camping at Sebastian Inlet FL State Park @ 30 amp ?

This subject shouldn't be restricted to a particular CG. Any older park will have problems providing sufficient electrical service as modern, power consuming RVs all turn on their AC units, microwaves, residential refrigerators, etc.
HappyKayakers 08/15/14 08:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winter jobs in Quartzite

Have you considered asking a moderator to move this post to the workamping forum?
HappyKayakers 08/14/14 06:31pm Workamping Forum
RE: Copy and Paste

If you're absolutely certain that you have something copied to the clipboard, just use Ctl-V if the paste option isn't available.
HappyKayakers 08/14/14 08:24am Forum Technical Support
RE: I'll never do that again

Awwww, what's 40 psi between friends? I haven't done that (yet) but I have removed the anode rod when the water was still a little hotter than it should've been.
HappyKayakers 08/14/14 06:51am Tech Issues
RE: Truck scales/individual wheel weights

There are companies that will do individual wheel weights, like this one: http://rvsafety.com/weighing-schedule/
HappyKayakers 08/14/14 06:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Electricity usage in a week

Your fridge is also drawing a small amount of electric for the control panel and circuit board, even when running on propane.
HappyKayakers 08/14/14 06:29am Tech Issues
RE: The Reality of Full-Time?

... Volunteers for state and federal agencies are generally covered for liability and by workmen's comp for injuries, but not loss of future wages... Excellent point. I found this out by accident when I was injured during the sugar beet harvest. Fortunately, I was earning a very good paycheck there and that's what my 'lost wages' were based on. If it had been a 'work for site' arrangement, I would've been in deep do-do until my injury healed.
HappyKayakers 08/13/14 06:23pm Workamping Forum
RE: Inept or not properly trained dispatcher

Thank you for your post, Leo482. I regret any difficulties you experienced regarding your membership. I would like the opportunity to speak with you concerning your post. I would be more than happy to contact you…please send me a private message with your Good Sam Roadside Assistance membership number and contact information: telephone and e-mail. I am looking forward to speaking with you. Thank you, Frank Besides talking privately to the OP, maybe you could also clarify something for the rest of us. This isn't the first post I've seen where a member was asked by a customer service rep to call local law enforcement. Is this SOP for GSRA? If you can't find a tow at the right price, tell the customer to start calling locals?
HappyKayakers 08/13/14 08:55am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: mail forwarding service

I am considering using the Good Sam mail forwarding service. I would like to know if anyone has used this service and what you thought of it? Thanks for the help. You might get better responses under the fulltime forum. Mail doesn't really care what kind of RV you have ;)
HappyKayakers 08/12/14 04:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: newbies with toddler NY to Miami may 2015

Yes, some RV parks are better than others. Once your itinerary is a little firmer, you can check http://rvparkreviews.com/ for more specifics. Like anything else on the Internet, you'll get a wide range of reviews for the same park, but it's a good starting place. If you see more than 50% bad reviews for a park, stay away. Even without being familiar with the area you want to stop, it's a good tool. Pick a town that you know, the app will also list nearby towns and parks in the upper right corner.
HappyKayakers 08/12/14 06:42am Beginning RVing
RE: sugar beet harvest red river valley

did a quick look.. now i see and watched a couple of the videos.. thanks seem a bit harder that say working at amazon for the same dollars. I've worked both. Piler operator at the beet harvest and picker at Amazon. I thought Amazon was much harder and less money per hour.
HappyKayakers 08/12/14 05:10am Workamping Forum
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