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RE: Florida Keys

Congrats to your son. You must be very proud. We own an Rv lot at Venture Out Resort in Cudjoe Key (lower Keys, near Key West) We rent it out very inexpensively in the summer months. Let me know if you're interested.. There are lots of amenities and it's nice and clean. HERE Just be AWARE that mini lobster season is July 29th and 30th. It gets CRAZY DOWN HERE and I would recommend you go before the last week of the month. Also, we charge more then. The first week of regular lobster season is Aug 1 and it's also pretty crazy then. As far as things to do. Don't miss the nightly sunset celebration in Key West on Mallory Square.
Klueck 03/14/15 07:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need help finding place in Florida for the winter

Unless you can get lucky enough to get a reservation at one of the state parks, you are not going to find a place for less than $50 a night in the Keys. We have a Rv lot we rent out which is cheaper than most and it's about $75 a night with a 60 day minimum stay. We've been here in the Keys for a few weeks now and there are very, very few available rv sites. When someone leaves, a new person takes their place. It's seems to be the same way with houses.
Klueck 03/14/15 07:01am Snowbirds
RE: NE GA mtns

All the the Georgia state parks are beautiful and you can't really go wrong with any of them, except Amicalola, which has a 25% grade going into the CG. We have our own RV lot near Vogel. We like full hook-ups and a place where we can get signal on our satellite dish. We explore from there.
Klueck 03/14/15 05:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: NE GA mtns

All the the Georgia state parks are beautiful and you can't really go wrong with any of them, except Amicalola, which has a 25% grade going into the CG. We have our own RV lot near Vogel. We like full hook-ups and a place where we can get signal on our satellite dish. We explore from there.
Klueck 03/14/15 05:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Blue Ridge Pkwy

We traveled it by car and parked the MH elsewhere. There are not a lot of campgrounds, fuel, grocery stores or fuel so be prepared. It's a beautiful ride, but not one we would want to do in our big MH.
Klueck 03/14/15 05:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help us plan our trip! Georgia/North Carolina/West Virginia

We own a Rv lot in north Georgia (Blairsville) so we're pretty familiar with the area. The north Georgia mountains are beautiful and if you like to hike, there are lots of hikes, many with waterfalls. The state parks in the mountains are beautiful. We are near Vogel SP, Black Rock is also very nice as well as Amicalola and Talallulah Gorge. You are minutes away from the Appalachian Trail.
Klueck 03/05/15 04:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Florida turnpike to the keys?

We always get fuel at Snapper Creek but it's a little tricky. You have to exit the turnpike in the LEFT lane, and once you get into the fuel station, if you need diesel, follow the sign for trucks. There is a FUEL lane that looks like a regular truck parking spot. There is a faded white sign on the road saying fuel lane, but it's easy to miss. If you go left you will go right past the truck fuel lanes, so find the white painted sign saying fuel lane and go there, otherwise you will miss the truckers fuel stop. Snapper Creek
Klueck 03/04/15 07:03am Roads and Routes
RE: UTI

A friend of ours recently mentioned that she got UTI's and started drinking only bottled water, which seemed to help. Maybe you could try that with you dog for future. Good luck.
Klueck 03/04/15 06:55am RV Pet Stop
Question to those who have a residential refrigerator

We recently replaced our Norcold 1210 with a residential refrigerator. We are wondering how much air is needed for circulation. We're in the Keys and it's pretty warm. The space underneath the refrigerator is open and a lot of warm air comes in from the outside vent and the top vent. We did not close up the top vent, or the outside vent, so with the bottom of the refrigerator having a big gap, we're getting a lot of warm air inside the RV. We would like to close off the space underneath the frig, but don't want to burn up the motor. For those who have installed the residential refrigerator, what did you do about the air openings?
Klueck 03/04/15 06:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water Pump

I am another one that would recommend an Oxygenics shower head. It may solve your low flow problems.
Klueck 02/15/15 05:45am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: miccosukee resort and gaming

Is there usually room to stay? We're planning on being there next week and want to make sure we will have a place to stay.
Klueck 02/09/15 07:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Bluewater Key Resort

If you are still interested in staying in the Keys, we have a site at Venture Out Resort, on Cudjoe Key, and about 10 miles from Bluewater. It's NOT as nice as Bluewater, but it's in the lower Keys, on the Atlantic side and has all the amenities you could ask for, including a beautiful pool, marina and boat ramp. Our site is not on the water, but there are waterfront sites available. Venture Out is also all privately owned and some of us rent our sites out when we're not going to be there. You would be involved directly with the owner or a rental agent of their choosing...not the resort, so it's much easier to get information. PM me if you would like more info.
Klueck 02/05/15 07:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RGV weather this year

We're in Florida and I'm thinking this winter has so far been a little cooler on average than most. Maybe you in Texas are not alone in your complaints. It's even cooler in the Keys.
Klueck 02/05/15 05:19am Snowbirds
RE: Best time of year for the Florida Keys?

We love the Keys in the winter, but since we're Floridians, we're kind of wimpy regarding the water temperature for snorkeling and diving. We found the water started getting nice and warm towards late April and into May last year. It does get pretty hot but if you're close to the water, you'll most always have a nice sea breeze. The water is nice and warm from May through October and it may be easier to get reservations than in the winter. Of course you do have to consider hurricane season which is from June 1 thru November 30.
Klueck 01/25/15 09:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Crowds in the Keys ?

Never been to "Q" but I've read tons of blog posts. It seems like a fun place but I can't believe it could compare to the Florida Keys in the winter. We have been going down to the every winter for the past several years. We liked it so much we bought an rv lot there near Key West. Key West is crowded and crazy, and it takes a little getting used to, but it's a super fun place, especially during the nightly sunset celebration. We find the lower Keys (from Big Pine Key and down) to be less crowded. It's crazy up towards Islamorada and Marathon, but nice and quiet where we are on Cudjoe Key. Check out my blog if you want to see all the fun things to do in the Keys. Here is a link for a fun night in Key West, but there is so much more. Never a dull moment. Sunset Celebration in Key West
Klueck 01/25/15 09:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Snowbirding and beach or pier fishing.

We're in the Tampa bay area and it was 38 degrees last night. I would recommend you go as far south as possible. The Keys is the best place for warm weather AND fishing.
Klueck 01/25/15 09:07am Snowbirds
RE: Naples, Florida

It's okay. Typical Florida snowbird park. We use it as a stopping off point on the way from the Keys.
Klueck 01/25/15 09:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Zoning rules and parking in Florida

We had that same idea, except to buy a lot in the Florida Keys. It turned out, the zoning won't allow it. You can have an rv lot on your property only if you have a house there too. Of course parking the Rv would depend on any homeowners rules in each particular community. We ended up buying an RV lot in a resort style community where we can park the Rv when we're there, rent it out when we're not, and eventually put a park model, trailer, or home on the lot and live there. It's the best we could find in the Keys.
Klueck 01/25/15 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Preventing refrigerator fire on Norcold 1210

We have a 3 1/2 year old Norcold 1210 refrigerator. It works fine but I am concerned about all the refrigerator fires I hear about. Would I solve the fire issue if we had a someone cap off the propane to the refrigerator and use it only on electric? We have considered replacing it with a residential refrigerator, but cannot locate one that is only 64 inches tall that would fit in the compartment space we have.
Klueck 01/07/15 04:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: How Long a Learning Curve Driving a Class A

Lazy Days in Florida has some wonderful online courses that should help. check it out here
Klueck 01/04/15 06:47am Class A Motorhomes
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