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RE: Sales Pitch and Legitimate Give-A-Way, But There's a Catch!

Typical marketing crap. I always remember the law of TANSTAAFL pronounced tan staffel There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. Ed
ed6713 04/16/14 06:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: water pump silencing kits - do they work

Quiet water pumps are nice in some ways. On the other hand, if the pump starts running when it should not be running, I want to know before I step in a puddle. :) Ed
ed6713 04/15/14 07:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Seeking input from Forest River Georgetown owners!

Georgtown is an entry level quality rig. If you are happy with Fleetwood quality, you will be equally happy with a Forest River product. They are quite similar in overall quality.
ed6713 04/11/14 07:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pollen and allergies and where to go for winter

Nowhere in FL. The desert. Near Yuma, AZ
ed6713 04/11/14 07:20pm Snowbirds
RE: Two adults comfortable in the over cab bed?

The downside of two people is that whoever is on the inside must crawl over whoever is on the outside to get out of bed. Annoying. Ed
ed6713 04/08/14 08:15am Class C Motorhomes

8-9 mpg towing. 9-10 not.
ed6713 04/03/14 06:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Home Depot now selling batteries

The Wal-Mart Everstart batteries get excellent reviews in Consumer Reports. So do the Costco brand. Both are "best buys"
ed6713 04/03/14 09:44am General RVing Issues
RE: extended warranty

RV warranties tend to be a huge money maker for seller and a bad deal for the buyer. Why not just take the $5,800, and put it in an account called "future RV repairs" Ed
ed6713 04/01/14 05:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class C ratings

The 2010 edition of the site I referenced, showed three 5 star rated brands. In alphabetical order Born Free Coachhouse Platinum Lazy Daze Ed
ed6713 04/01/14 04:09pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: In Firefox Get back, as in Restore, Folder

Unfortunate occurrences like yours reminds me to do a backup of my bookmarks now. Sorry it happened, but thanks for the reminder. Ed
ed6713 04/01/14 03:46pm Technology Corner
RE: Class C ratings

An unbiased answer can be found at the RV Consumer site. RV Consumer group
ed6713 04/01/14 03:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Mt Rushmore & Yellowstone

To us Mount Rushmore was a few hour visit. Very touristy. Mostly a place to peddle junk and sell overpriced food.
ed6713 03/31/14 09:43am Family Camping
RE: Solar panels -- how common?

Depends on your camping style and preferences. If you're mostly a concrete camper, you don't need solar. If you enjoy wilderness camping, boondocking, etc., solar is indispensable. The further west you travel, the more solar you will see.
ed6713 03/30/14 08:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Health insurance -- where to call home when I apply?

Joining the Escapees is one popular route. Then use your Livingston,TX address as your "home".
ed6713 03/28/14 09:31pm Full-time RVing
RE: Forest River Berkshire 360QL

Here is an excellent, unbiased source of RV info. It costs money but considering the bucks you're about to spend, it's pocket change. dRv consumer group
ed6713 03/27/14 06:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Florida to Maine.

Pick up I-83 north of Baltimore, take it to Harrisburg PA and take I-81 North to the Scranton PA area. Then take I-84 into New England. It's a little farther but, you miss Philadelphia and NYC. That's the way we go from Harrisburg to Bangor ME. Some will go to the Harrisburg area and take I-78 east to I-287 north. 2x Ed
ed6713 03/27/14 04:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone camped at Lone Rock Beach CG at Lake Powel?

It's summer. School is out. Like you, lots of people will be camping. Lots of people with ATV's and jet skies. Lots of beer drinking and noise. Lots of babes running around in next to nothing. ;) On the other hand, there is lots of room. Have fun Ed
ed6713 03/24/14 12:53pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Medicare Part C Questions.

This is a complicated subject. Lots of options depending on your needs and circumstances. We used a Medicare supplement through AARP/United Healthcare. It provides coverage anywhere Medicare is accepted. Sounds like you have a. HMO/PPO sort of plan that restricts you to doctors/facilities that are part of the plan. Go to the AARP site and poke around. The premium is based on your home of record and the type plan you choose. We paid right at $200 per person per month. On top of that, add part D coverage. We had the minimal plan through WalMart. Costs about $18/month. Medicare has a great website that will search policies available where you live and give you their rating of the policy and an approximate cost. Check it out.
ed6713 03/22/14 06:57pm Full-time RVing
RE: Jeep Liberty or Honda CRV pros and cons.

According to Consumer Reports it's the CRV hands down. Not even close. For whatever reason, Jeep has never been able to get a good handle on quality and long term reliability. It's a shame.
ed6713 03/20/14 06:36pm Dinghy Towing
RE: If you need an inexpensive laptop, look at a Chromebook

A question, Bill. Were you able to transfer al your bookmarks/favorites from your laptop to the Chrome? Suppose you e-mailed a Word doc. or Excel spreadsheet from your laptop to your Chrome. Can it open those files? I use Firefox. Thanks Ed
ed6713 03/19/14 07:22pm Technology Corner
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