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RE: New to dry camping, questions?

If I don't want to run genny I blow dry my hair in the camp bathroom. Saves noise.
Sillybugs2 10/26/14 12:24am Travel Trailers
RE: I'm still convinced these people are crazy.

Property taxes and interest are only deductible if you qualify to itemize deductions on your income tax. If you can't come up with enough deductions, you're out of luck. You could end up with the same standard deduction as the renter. And don't forget that those are just deductions not credits, so you really only get to deduct a small percentage of those taxes and interest off what you owe to Uncle Sam. yep. On our house we bought in 1997 we don't pay enough interest or property taxes even adding in our TT to itemize and haven't in several years. But we do love our low house payment for not upgrading houses.
Sillybugs2 10/14/14 05:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: No #2 Rule?

Anyone staying with us in our TT can use the facilities for #1 or 2. The only time we limit is when the family is dry camping more than 4 days. Then we all try to use the camp bathroom during the day if possible so the DH doesn't have to move the TT to dump before we are ready to head home.
Sillybugs2 10/13/14 03:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: I'm still convinced these people are crazy.

To each his own. We did a ten year loan and pay extra should be paid off next year half way through.
Sillybugs2 10/11/14 06:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dealing with the unpredicablity of life and your camper!

A few spring breaks ago we planned a 6 day trip in the TT to the Oregon coast knowing we would likely get rained on along with breaks with sun. Kids were 10 and 6. When it rained we walked the beach, sat under the awning around a camp fire, went into town to the candy shop, hung out in the trailer and swam in the indoor pool. Kids still talk about that trip and the fun they had.
Sillybugs2 10/09/14 03:54pm Beginning RVing
RE: Loaning Trailer to Friend -- UPDATE

Buy a couple water totes with spouts to refill the fresh water. Also if some of the six are kids they don't need to shower daily.
Sillybugs2 10/04/14 09:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thinking of buying a Non-bunkhouse TT for Family of 4

I like the double over double bunks. My kids would hate the narrow beds of the bunk house trailers.
Sillybugs2 09/17/14 10:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: Portable generator

We bought our honda 2k for $999 at CW.
Sillybugs2 09/16/14 10:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Memory Foam pads?

My daughter moves hers to the floor and sleeps on it often.
Sillybugs2 09/14/14 06:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Honda 2000 cover

Ours came with that cover free as an incentive.
Sillybugs2 09/06/14 06:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bike rack on bumper failure

Our bikes travel in the truck bed bungee tied down.
Sillybugs2 09/04/14 11:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Advise on things you think you do not need.

My OFF-ROAD POPUP camper front deck and my F150 Truck bed is loaded to the gill... The floor area on the inside of the OFF-ROAD POPUP camper is packed plum full. Everything has its place and its ACTION PACKER container. You bet I have more than I need but I always make it back home... It does get exciting at times when we arrive at the camp site when it is raining as everything almost has to come out of the POPUP trailer before we can setup... Usually means a loaded down picnic table with a tarp draped over it... http://i.imgur.com/aOuiAeO.jpg height=300 Buy a portable awning setup for rain.Easier than a tarp. But more to haul. http://i.imgur.com/YZMuX.jpg height=300 All part of the fun times... Roy Ken
Sillybugs2 08/29/14 06:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Simple Winterization Procedure

Dh bypasses the water heater but uses the few tank with about three gallons of antifreeze. Runs all the lines til pink comes out and puts some in all the traps. We drain and rinse few tank and sanitize in spring. Never had a foamy water issue.
Sillybugs2 08/28/14 08:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Labor Day and what are your plans?

Fort Casey State CG. We'll probably take the ferry over the Port Townsend for the day on Sunday. Love that place. Hate they went to reservation though. We used to easily find a spot Thursday for a long weekend and take the ferry to see inlaws in port ludlow.
Sillybugs2 08/27/14 10:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Labor Day and what are your plans?

Dh is working nights starting Sunday so we will be home. Getting out solo for dinner Friday night though :)
Sillybugs2 08/27/14 09:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Just got my new TT home last night

Congrats on your new rig and baby to be! I think the coast is great anytime. Always a little cool.
Sillybugs2 08/27/14 03:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: toilet paper

We use whatever I bought the last time on sale. Never had an issue. Last time was Angel Soft, before that Cottonelle and before that Kirkland from Costco. We use plenty of water and don't sweat it. PP I knew a family growing up who put all paper in wastebasket. Ewww!
Sillybugs2 08/26/14 09:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: A peeve of mine.

Should add my pet peeve I see daily. On the 35 mph stretch they go 25 then we rach the 25 mph part of the road and they speed to 35. Huh?
Sillybugs2 08/26/14 09:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: A peeve of mine.

I always wave and mouth a thank you. Also still see many guys and girls holding doors open for each other where I work. And these are college kids. We pull off if we can safely but don't expect anything back.
Sillybugs2 08/26/14 09:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Getting ready for a trip.

We keep towels, bedding and all kitchen stuff all the time in rv. Camp chairs, rafts, grill etc we also use at home. Takes us only an hour or so to load clothes, food , chairs etc in it if rushing. Usually though we load leisurely since we park it a day ahead to get fridge cold.
Sillybugs2 08/26/14 08:49pm Beginning RVing
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