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RE: Help us finalize our smaller A purchase decision!

If your class C has sloppy steering, You need to have the front end worked on!
Sea Dog 05/23/15 09:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Very New to Snowbirding Florida Question Please

Why go to Florida? Come to Cocopah Resort in Yuma AZ. It has the most "bang for the buck". Florida is much more expensive and is very humid. I guess that depends on what one considers the best bang for his buck.
Sea Dog 05/19/15 08:31am Snowbirds
RE: Day Cruises

I second the Lulu Belle. Without a doubt the best day cruise that we have ever been on!
Sea Dog 05/19/15 08:28am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Dont try this at home

Team truckers switch without stopping all the time.
Sea Dog 05/14/15 12:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Storage Shelter Etiquette

When in California a few years back , I left the water hose, one of those curly ones attached to the spigot to mark our site when gone for the day. Upon returning, the hose was gone, a guy three sites down was using it to wash his class A When I went down to see him, he was not even slightly embarrassed, simply disconnected the hose and handed it to me!
Sea Dog 05/14/15 10:37am General RVing Issues
RE: What should I stock up on?

Perhaps staying home and renting a video of Alaska would be less expensive and solve many problems. Seriously, why over think these matters? Grab a credit card or two, go and have fun!
Sea Dog 05/07/15 06:11am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Question for Canadian seniors

Hi SeaDog:) Have a look HERE They have exactly what you're looking for. Thank you very much!
Sea Dog 05/07/15 06:01am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Question for Canadian seniors

Thanks for speedy replies. Yes, I am thinking about an insurance to cover what our provincial plans will not. In home care, transportation to facilities for treatment, etc. While we are in pretty decent health and OK financially, I realize that hiring a round the clock caregiver for instance, would be prohibitively expensive. Like most of us, I would prefer to be in my own home instead of an institution, no matter how great the ads make them sound!
Sea Dog 05/06/15 12:37pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Question for Canadian seniors

Wrong place? Maybe. I am curious if any Canadians have long term care insurance? You know, something that will cover in home care, transportation for treatment etc. My wife was telling horror stories about relatives being billed up to seven hundred dollars per day for twenty four hour in home care. Any input appreciated.
Sea Dog 05/06/15 11:22am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: 1977 Dodge Power Wagon Camper

From the pic, it looks as though there may be room for duel wheels on the rear. If so, that would be a good move!
Sea Dog 05/01/15 01:52pm Beginning RVing
RE: Camping World Visits 4 stores in 3 states

I like Camping World!
Sea Dog 04/25/15 03:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: How many knots per hour does your TT get?

What makes anyone think that the picture is from Europe?
Sea Dog 04/19/15 09:49am General RVing Issues
RE: First RV (old class A), and want to take it to Yellowstone

Why is no one recommending GOOD SAM road service?
Sea Dog 04/17/15 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Over nite at truckstops

I have even tried overnighting in a campground/ RV park. Crazy me!
Sea Dog 04/08/15 02:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone been turned away from campground for older rig?

I would not even consider staying in a park that caters to snobs!
Sea Dog 04/05/15 06:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone been turned away from campground for older rig?

I think that the criteria should be if or not the unit is paid for!
Sea Dog 03/23/15 03:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Leaving house unattended

If I'm leaving for more than a week: Unplug and turn off everything except fridge. Also furnace if it's winter. Shut off water. Have the post office hold the mail until I get back. Notify the one neighbor we have. That's about it. IMPORTANT: This may seem extreme, but stop posting on Internet sites, especially social media like Facebook and Twitter, that you're leaving. Criminals frequently check these for people saying they're leaving for certain times. Then they rob them blind. Pics on your account often have locations embedded. And social media sites track where your posting from. A lot of criminals that didn't pass high school know how to figure out your location. Just a tip. I run across this weekly during peak vacation times in my job. This one about no saying that you are leaving always makes me laugh. We live in a small town and have gone south each winter for over twenty five years. Everyone knows this, and beginning about August, start asking when we are leaving. We only disconnect the phone, computer, and Tvs. The heat, gas and water stay on.
Sea Dog 03/15/15 08:23am Beginning RVing
RE: Curious on the social aspect of rv'ing

Since we first started looking into RVing and then in the past four years that we have been RVing, we had and keep hearing about how friendly RVers are. How people wave to each other and say hello. How welcoming RVers in a campground will be. It has been our experience that this is the rare exception other than the norm. We wave - very rarely does anyone wave back. We say hello and we are ignored. Maybe it is the East Coast that is the exception, but we have yet to find this comradely among RVers that gets talked about. My wife keeps asking me where are all of these friendly people that you keep telling me about at the campgrounds. You travel in a Road Trek which costs more than many class A motor homes. Perception is everything, trade for a forty foot bus and you will be surprised how many suddenly want to become your friend! Also, avoid KOAs, I have found that the elitist syndrome is deeply ingrained in the personality of those who stay in a KOA.
Sea Dog 03/13/15 09:11am Beginning RVing
RE: Extra 12 volt battery

Why not something like this? http://www.atgstores.com/generators/sunpentown-tg-1000ca-1000w-20-hp-gasoline-generator-with-carb_5299399.html?af=2615&cse=2615&gclid=CJCayMOxo8QCFWdo7AodikIAmg&gclsrc=aw.ds
Sea Dog 03/12/15 11:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Curious on the social aspect of rv'ing

In RVing, as with boating, there are many snobs. If you have less than a new forty footer, lots of luck starting a conversation or becoming friendly with the "Bus" people! This winter, we have had a couple staying across from us in a cargo trailer. Bed in the center, port a pottie, no windows. Nicest folks in the world, most people in the campground take one look at the trailer and make no effort to become acquainted. Sad way to live, looking down ones nose at others!
Sea Dog 03/12/15 10:55am Beginning RVing
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