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RE: YAYS or NAYS on Straight Talk ZTE 288C LTE Mobile Hotspot

Thanks RoyB! I'm with you on the Verizon Towers. I had Millenicom for about 6 months and I never failed to connect, whether I was in Arizona, New Mexico, Yellowstone or Glacier National Park. I spent 4 months in Montana working and Millenicom certainly made life more enjoyable. Now that I'm getting ready to do several extended trips, I'd like the biggest bang for my buck!
mikeleblanc413 04/14/15 01:04pm Technology Corner
RE: toad hook-up

Rollnhome says it best! After research that included information gathered at this forum I decided on a Roadmaster setup for my 2008 Nissan Versa. From the comments at this forum I chose to purchase from Hitchsource. I dealt with David and Hitchsource lived up to every accolade given them. Originally I was going to do the installation myself, but decided on a local trailer hitch company to install base plate, towbar and check that everything was working as it should. My total bill (for parts and labor) was about $1,400. It was almost $500 for the installation. All of this has been completed within the past week. I've done a "test" tow and we make our first extended trip the first of May. I am very pleased with all of this expenditure.
mikeleblanc413 04/14/15 12:18pm Dinghy Towing
YAYS or NAYS on Straight Talk ZTE 288C LTE Mobile Hotspot

Does this Hotspot run off of Verizon Towers? If you are using, or have used, this hotspot your yays and nays are appreciated.
mikeleblanc413 04/14/15 11:27am Technology Corner
RE: Best Homemade Coffee

I went through a similiar process some years ago and began using HEB coffee and about half of the .55 per oz you're paying: even less with their coupon. While in Montana I tried WalMart dark roast at about the same price and was pleased. I'm originally from Louisiana and grew up on Seaport and Community. Both are way too strong for me now. Good luck!
mikeleblanc413 04/12/15 01:12pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: What are your "GO TO" seasonings?

THANKS TO EVERYONE! Some of the seasonings I have never heard of and they will definitely be on my "shopping" list. I'm basically a black pepper, ground curry and very little sea salt. I have found that not all black pepper is created equal. I'll enjoy rereading to make sure I've missed nothing and I'll certainly enjoy experimenting! I'll keep you posted.
mikeleblanc413 04/11/15 07:15pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
What are your "GO TO" seasonings?

I cook a variety of meals, especially a lot with fresh veggies and while the flavor is always good I have trouble choosing the right seasonings to kick it up that extra notch. What are your go to seasonings to KICK FLAVOR UP? Thanks.
mikeleblanc413 04/11/15 11:26am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Broken Storage Door Latches

Following. I have the same problem with a 2000 Winnebago Minnie Winnie and I've had two Mobile techs tell me they were unable to get parts from Winnebago and offered no work around.
mikeleblanc413 04/10/15 08:13pm Class A Motorhomes
A Nissan Versa Dinghy Question

We will be towing a 2008 Nissan Versa with our Winnebago Minnie Winnie. I've read the Nissan owner's manual as to transmission in neutral and starting and idling every 500 miles for two minutes. What I do not see is if the ignition key needs to be turned to the accessory mode. All comments appreciated.
mikeleblanc413 04/08/15 06:56pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Finding a channel for sliding glass

THANKS path1! GREAT Link!!!!
mikeleblanc413 03/31/15 06:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Finding a channel for sliding glass

Some good ideas Ron! I like the u channel on the glass. I have a good ACE Hardware store about 20 miles away. I'll check with them.
mikeleblanc413 03/31/15 02:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Finding a channel for sliding glass

I had called for a new window as was originally in and the wait time from Winnebago was too much; so was the price. I'm happy with the glass. It looks much better; it's just the noise.
mikeleblanc413 03/31/15 01:23pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Has anyone worked at East Glacier Park for GPI?

Don't know that MacDonald Lodge would be considered East Glacier. It is on the West side of Logan Pass. The East side would be at St. Mary. I've worked at the East side and I find it more beautiful than the West. More rugged! I haven't worked for the company you mentioned.
mikeleblanc413 03/31/15 01:21pm Workamping Forum
Finding a channel for sliding glass

I have a 2000 Winnebago Minnie Winnie and recently had the large sliding glass on the passenger side (at the dinette) replaced. The lexan that is in there is small for the sliding track and it wiggles and is noisy at highway speed. I do not want the mobile tech who replaced the glass doing any more work for me and I've contacted several glass companies and an RV Repair shop with no luck. Any ideas on where I could get a replacement channel or a work around so the glass fits tight. Thanks.
mikeleblanc413 03/31/15 01:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: yuma law re pets in RV

I'm with the previous posters. What's the problem? I'm aware of the Canadian laws regarding pets and I have been told by many people who travel extensively that most states have similiar laws. They just don't enforce them. We now travel with complete vet documentation on all three dogs. Our pets are well known to the local vet and if a problem arises he is only a phone call away. Our pets are our children!
mikeleblanc413 03/21/15 07:36am RV Pet Stop
RE: Anybody use a Reese Towbar?

THANK Y'ALL! I'm certainly not against spending money, but why if I don't have to! I'm looking for a product that will do the job at the lowest price.
mikeleblanc413 03/17/15 04:43pm Dinghy Towing
Anybody use a Reese Towbar?

They are inexpensive and rated for a 5000 lb load. Any experiences?
mikeleblanc413 03/17/15 02:26pm Dinghy Towing
Any experience with West RV in Livingston, Texas?

I'm 95% sure I'll be installing (or having installed) Roadmaster tow bar and base plate on our Nissan Versa. I've looked through the installation instructions at Roadmaster and while it seems fairly straight forwarded, I see where someone who is unfamiliar could spend twice the time of installation figuring all of it out. I haven't ruled out a "self installation" but would like to be able to create a short list of installers. West RV of Livingston is on my short list. So is Discount Hitch and Truck in Rosenberg, Texas. Would appreciate comments if you have experience with either. Also any recommendations for East Texas or Louisiana. THANKS!
mikeleblanc413 03/16/15 10:43am Dinghy Towing
RE: From 1-10 how difficult to install hookups on toad?

J-D, the three tow bar companies that are your short list are also mine. I am leaning toward Roadmaster.
mikeleblanc413 03/16/15 10:36am Dinghy Towing
RE: Small economical DD as a towed

Good comments here! We're hooking up the daily driver, which is a 2008 Versa, manual transmission, to be our toad. All of the reasons mentioned are valid. We love the way it drives and hauls!
mikeleblanc413 03/16/15 10:27am Dinghy Towing
RE: Wine Tasting & TCing

FOLLOWING! Have a trip planned that way next year!
mikeleblanc413 03/13/15 12:20pm Truck Campers
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