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RE: are all rv toilets macerator ??

Non-macerator setups are more common. As one company rep stated firmly but cheerfully in a video I watched recently: "Gravity always works." Features like macerators and electric steps set off my "KISS Principle" alarms.
joanne0012 06/19/16 08:58pm Beginning RVing
RE: Slideouts @ WalMart Redux

When I'm just getting from Point A to Point B, finding a campground for the night is a hassle, as well as an expense. Compared to a typical campground, Walmarts are : Easier to find and access Always level, pull-through parking Friendlier staff Always answer their phone Better camp store Better security personnel Cleaner bathrooms (though not as well-equipped) No check-in, nosy neighbors, kids running around, smoky campfires, or loud singing into the night I'll typically head out early in the AM, do touristy stuff mid-day, then finish the day's mileage quota later, on my way to the next WM. Living in the northeast corner of the country, I often have to travel a couple of days just to get the "real trip" started!
joanne0012 06/15/16 09:51pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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