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RE: Post your door sticker for your TC hauler ... and weight

Is that a good place? will look it up and get back Boss. Looks pretty good Wayne, you must know the better amenities for this area at least, if any of you are serious about wanting to meet and greet.
covered wagon 08/28/16 10:35am Truck Campers
RE: Post your door sticker for your TC hauler ... and weight

Hard to tell if you guys are serious.... anyway I'm headed for the Eastern Seirra in October if you really got to have a weight party. There.... guess I'll have to supply burgers and donuts for the police and their deputies.
covered wagon 08/28/16 10:19am Truck Campers
RE: Post your door sticker for your TC hauler ... and weight

Yes you are honorary weight police. You more than qualify. It's in the mountains. Valley floor is 7500ft? I had no idea you were that close to where I go till I looked up your town. I thought you were on the coast.
covered wagon 08/27/16 09:33am Truck Campers
RE: Post your door sticker for your TC hauler ... and weight

All weight police are welcome at my camp this October for free beer, hotdogs and home made potato salad by the lake. You must spend the night if you drink.
covered wagon 08/26/16 08:01pm Truck Campers
RE: Money transfer

I would deal with good ole American dollars is how I would do it. Normally I place the add with a note saying, 'local deals only'. That works good too.
covered wagon 08/26/16 02:47pm Around the Campfire
RE: SAD setting in early this year

I'm sorry about your situation. I'm somewhat the opposite and realize how wonderful the cooler times are and actually look forward to them, that my vacation camping season does not start till fall. That is how I feel and love the cooler less crowded days ahead, sitting in a chair at camp with the soft breeze, neither cold nor hot, that are like a bit of heaven. Like Gods mercy from all the heat, it replenishes my energy. I love the cold with the setting sun and how great the fire feels. To chat with friends and honestly express how each of us are really doing in life. I also look forward to the peace and quiet the rains bring and love the energy from weather becoming active again. I surround myself, immerse myself in the natural changes. If you can absorb the true presentation of nature without fear of changes I think you will be happier. It has been proven in a study by statistics, that folks closer to nature live 12 percent longer. This article was on CNN not too long ago. I hope this helps
covered wagon 08/24/16 09:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: BEWARE! Check your outdoor speakers!

I'm camping next to HMS Beagle from now on. I like to hear what the wind whispers thru the Aspens and evergreens. God gives great messages if we would just listen.. I vote no speakers 2003 Leaksalot camper
covered wagon 08/23/16 06:04pm Truck Campers
RE: BEWARE! Check your outdoor speakers!

The birds, wind thru the trees, and blabby brook are my speakers.... Do you guys have those because you have recordings of the outdoors?? lol just kidding you guys. I would order without speakers since silence is golden.
covered wagon 08/23/16 08:21am Truck Campers
RE: Camper Garage Progress Report

Now that it is done can you place a sewer dump out along side the driveway along with a hose bibb?
covered wagon 08/18/16 10:25am Truck Campers
RE: So the project begins

Thanks for the pic.... I was beginning to think Greenhead meant some sort of wood fastener. Another structural trick is to put a thin skin of plywood on the inside over the stud frame with glue and fasteners but then really need to watch for leaks since it doesn't dry/ not vented so well with the plywood on there.
covered wagon 08/18/16 08:07am Truck Campers
RE: TOOL KIT

A new lift pump in the tool box. Lift pump has been relocated to the frame, not down in the fuel tank.:)
covered wagon 08/18/16 07:54am Truck Campers
RE: Who all has more than one RV?

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covered wagon 08/17/16 09:32am Truck Campers
RE: So the project begins

Sometimes I use clear cedar. It glues and screws well. Other times I use clear verticle grain douglas fir. Very expensive but very very strong when needed. All these woods are very stable if bought dry. Anything exterior I use aluminum angle. But if Reddog bugs me I use a big stick of whatevers layin' around.
covered wagon 08/17/16 09:20am Truck Campers
RE: So the project begins

I understand. It's dangerous even w/ four corn jacks. I have to remember to place short pieces of timber blocks down under my jacks so I don't have to lift so much with the jacks. It gets wobbly and so need wobble stoppers.
covered wagon 08/15/16 04:32pm Truck Campers
RE: So the project begins

I just don't want you to get hurt or crushed with that situation. Can't you mount four electric jacks to it on the corners? By way of steel angle under the wings attached to the 4 corner jacks? 2-3 grand is not bad to save a leg or a life.
covered wagon 08/15/16 02:59pm Truck Campers
RE: So the project begins

To tell you how my thoughts are...Hoping not to hurt your feelings.... I wood be thinking about selling that camper and get one with 4 attached electric jack system. I wood try getting one without the wireless remote. A wired remote is better in my opinion.
covered wagon 08/15/16 10:28am Truck Campers
RE: Trojan T-105 batteries rock

If there is ever a question about who you should follow for any advice, especially on 12 volt systems, my vote goes to Matthew B.
covered wagon 08/06/16 09:53am Truck Campers
RE: LED's Are Too White and Bright: Replacements?

My kind of thinking Whizbang and there are some minor health risks involved with LED lighting too. There are a couple articles out about it. I don't have a link but you can google health risks with LED lighting and read what comes up. Like they say there is no such thing as a free lunch, always some trade off or cost associated with a 'freebee'
covered wagon 08/04/16 09:49am Truck Campers
RE: LED's Are Too White and Bright: Replacements?

I hardly ever plug in unless my buds want full hooks. Run the gen for a bit is all.
covered wagon 08/03/16 04:59pm Truck Campers
RE: LED's Are Too White and Bright: Replacements?

My house and rv are regular incandescent. I like it that way.
covered wagon 08/03/16 08:25am Truck Campers
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