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RE: A peeve of mine.

It's unsafe to wave a thank you when your texting.
Tom N 08/26/14 08:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Look before you leave

My wife is always out watching until I clear the parking pad.
Tom N 08/26/14 09:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Residential Internet service at RV park

Tom N. Question for you. Are you paying for the DSL year round or only when it is ON when you come down to Florida? I only pay when I'm there in the winter. I am not bound by a contract thus no early termination fee. Cost a little more for no contract but it's cheaper for Dec. thru Mar. Last winter I paid $207.81 total for Dec thru Mar.
Tom N 08/22/14 02:18pm Full-time RVing
RE: parking with front wheels off the ground

Not only will I not raise the tires off the ground when parking, I will not allow a garage to use my jacks to remove a tire. Got into an argument when I went to get new tires. If the shop doesn't have the proper equipment to raise the chassis, then go somewhere else. I lift my front wheels off the ground when my truck garage greases my kingpins.
Tom N 08/22/14 01:59pm Tech Issues
RE: thieves at Rondeau

This is a common occurrence in many RV parks. What kind of places do you camp at? In over 25 years of camping we've only run into this kind of thing a couple of times. So yes it happens, but I don't consider it common. Ever been to the "Redneck Riviera", Myrtle Beach?
Tom N 08/22/14 01:56pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Talk about bad dumb luck!!

I never park under trees, mostly because of dirt.
Tom N 08/20/14 04:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Shop Labor Rate. Survey.

No. I was in Forest City, IA at the Winnebago factory for service in June. Service at the Winnebago factory is $110 an hour. My local truck shop charge me $65 and hour to service my chassis.
Tom N 08/20/14 01:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: thieves at Rondeau

This is a common occurrence in many RV parks.
Tom N 08/20/14 08:57am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: major network satellite provider

DirecTV will provide these networks if you apply for an RV waiver. $10-$20 a month. DirecTV RV Waiver form -Tom, W3TLN
Tom N 08/17/14 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: parking with front wheels off the ground

I do it if needed to level and have been since 2002.
Tom N 08/15/14 05:11pm Tech Issues
RE: Residential Internet service at RV park

I have a month to month CenturyLink 10mb DSL line at my normal winter rental lot in FL. I call a couple days before we arrive and it's on when I arrive. When I leave I call and terminate the service. I keep the modem/router in my motorhome.
Tom N 08/06/14 04:40pm Full-time RVing
RE: streets and trips 2013 AAAAGH!

Zoom way in and then select your via point. This has worked for me to eliminate your via point from jumping to a close but unwanted location.
Tom N 08/06/14 04:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Help me decide which route

WV turnpike/I77 thru Charlotte route for me. Actually around Charlotte on I-485. -Tom
Tom N 08/06/14 12:45pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fulltiming with the Senior Pass

Read the back of your America the Beautiful Senior Pass card. NOT covered: camping, tours, special recreation permit fees, etc. Camping fees are not covered???
Tom N 08/05/14 07:47am Full-time RVing
RE: extended warranty

After you've arrived at what you consider a fair price for the new motorhome tell the dealer that you'll only do the deal if they throw in the extended warranty for FREE. Extended warranties cost the dealer very little.
Tom N 08/04/14 12:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: would you pay $41 to enter a National Park?

Howdy! We're in Colorado and visited Pikes Peck the other day. As you pull up to the gate entrance there is a large US Forest Service sign so I handed my National parks senior pass to the ranger. I was advised the pass was not excepted there. When I pointed out the sign to the ranger and stated it should be covered under the US Forest Service with my pass, I was advised the $24.00 ($12.00 per person) was a toll to us the roadway. I would think if it was a toll to use the roadway it should have been by the vehicle not by how many persons were inside the vehicle. Been to a lot of park across the country and first time we've been charged a toll fee to drive on the roadway. "Happy Trails" Chiefneon Go to Mount Evans in Colorado. Mount Evans is higher than Pikes Peak and the road is paved all the way to the summit and it's FREE. Yes, I know the PP road is now paved.
Tom N 08/04/14 08:13am General RVing Issues
RE: would you pay $41 to enter a National Park?

If you want to see bears, go to any dump in Canada. http://people.consolidated.net/tomnagy/bears03sm.jpg
Tom N 08/03/14 06:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bad camping neighbors

I never had this problem at Walmart!
Tom N 08/03/14 07:20am General RVing Issues
RE: This just makes no sense to me

I really like "ala carte". -Tom
Tom N 08/01/14 02:48pm Family Camping
RE: I should get the Darwin award

You must have a "winter" thermometer! Save it for the cold weather.
Tom N 08/01/14 02:19pm General RVing Issues
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