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RE: IOWA to Arizona - any "cool" places we should stop?

The Amana Colonies Amana Colonies may be of interested if you like early American History.
RamTX 10/31/15 05:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold N611 Refrigerator Won't Turn On

Thanks a million folks-problem fixed. Never thought about the 110v ac to refrigerator being connected through the GFIC in the bathroom! The GFIC was tripped. Don't know exactly why, but it reset and the regrigerator starting working off of 110v as it was supposed too!! Thanks.
RamTX 09/24/15 02:09pm Tech Issues
Norcold N611 Refrigerator Won't Turn On

I have a Norcold N611 two way (gas/electric) Refrigerator that will not come on. I have the trailer connected to 110 volt 30 amp supply and I have 110v to the trailer. When I turn the refer on to "auto" I can heard the relays click, then the green "on" light comes on followed by a sold Yellow light for the gas then a few seconds later I hear another click. Left the refrigerator on all night and nothing came on. Have gas supply "on" as gas stove top burns. According to the codes in the manual that came with the refrigerator, it means that the refrigerator is trying to run in "gas" mode which it should only be running in electric mode since the trailer is hooked up to 110v. I also checked the fuse in the breaker box inside the trailer and the one for the refrigerator was good. Any suggestions on what to check or what might be wrong?
RamTX 09/24/15 10:10am Tech Issues
RE: MissC has passed on

I know exactly how you feel! I lost my best animal buddy Nemo, our beloved Pekingese, about three weeks ago; I miss him so very much and still grieve for him. He loved to travel and had probably visited more states than 8o% of Americans. He only had to be boarded once in his life and that was only for a night while we attended an out of town funeral; the rest of his life he was with us! So very sorry for your loss! Hold all the good memories in your heart.
RamTX 08/06/15 09:45pm RV Pet Stop
RE: snake skin

Don't know if it is possible from the condition of the skin, but I would try and get someone to identify what can of snake it was and then go from there. Knowing my DW, I would tell her before I left; otherwise, it might not be too pleasant should she see the snake while in the motorhome. I guess you could always plead ignorance though!
RamTX 07/01/15 03:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jayco 31.5BHDS, 2008

We own a Jayco 31.5BHDS, 2008 Model. One of the issues is that in the front area where the bunks are, it can get warm if you camp in hot climates i.e. south during the summer months. We have a 15,000 BTU AC unit, and it is not enough to keep that area cool. Possibly they have improved the air distribution system on newer models. We also had both frame rails crack above the axles. I suspect that this problem is not unusual with the manufacturers making trailers as light as possible now days. This also may have been re-engineered but frames are now being made by Lippert so I don't know. (The frame on my trailer was made by Dexter which the frame manufacturing division was bought out by Lippert sometimes after 2008. Any other questions or information, just send me a pm. Of course we have had other minor issues to deal with, but I would consider them typical for any RV.
RamTX 06/16/15 09:30am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Texas to Kentucky

If you are going to spend some time in the Texarkana area, you might want to consider camping in one of the Corp parks on Lake Wright Patman. We stayed at Piney Point campground both on the weekend and weekdays-the park was hardly used-maybe 1/4 full on weekends-has lots of trees, good roads and nice asphalt pads and it is not very far off highway 59. I think they also have some full hookup sites overlooking the lake also, but they probably go first.
RamTX 05/01/15 09:56am Roads and Routes
RE: West to East Across Houston in Rush Hour?

Regarding using the beltway 8 (Sam Houston Tollway) you will have to go thru the cash line when pulling a trailer. At rush hour, the lines can be anywhere from 1/4 to 1/2 mile long at some of the toll booths. Also, some of the toll road cannot be used unless you have a Texas EZ Tag (portion between Highway 59 and I10 on the north side. You will have to use the access road on that portion which isn't too bad. If I were you, I would go straight thru on I10. Get in the middle lane and just watch closely as you approach downtown at the I10 and I45 interchange in order to get in the lane going east on I10. Of course, all bets are off if there is a wreck on the freeway. As someone said monitor the traffic with real time mapping if possible.
RamTX 03/16/15 02:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation

We stayed there a few years ago. Just your average campground; I think that the campground reviews found in RV Park Reviews gives you a good picture of the park.
RamTX 03/06/15 08:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Be careful returning from MX to TX

I wouldn't worry about random road rage or random shooting incidents when passing through Houston or anywhere else in Texas.
RamTX 02/26/15 08:48pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Glacier National Park

The KOA on the west side of the park is one of the nicest KOA's we have ever been in. X2
RamTX 01/14/15 06:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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