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RE: Towing car on snow or ice covered roads

The car is not the problem - I found out last winter the MH itself has poor traction on snow and ice.
rr2254545 12/15/17 06:34am Dinghy Towing
RE: Activities vs Experiences.

Experiences x2 When I get really old I will do senior activities
rr2254545 12/14/17 03:54pm Snowbirds
RE: Honda Fit

My only comment is... They are tiny. True - and I would think that I was 16 again as all the cars had stick when I learned to drive We had a Fit - I like my Jeep much better as a tow car
rr2254545 12/14/17 03:01pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Honda Fit

Note the towing speed is limited to 65 MPH, not a problem for most
rr2254545 12/14/17 01:21pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Can I really do this?

My travel experience is that given your budget monthly stays would be a must generally speaking you can get a month for what two weeks would cost in a campground. We have found Texas parks much cheaper than Florida consider part time employment to supplement your income - medical, dental and eye care can take a chunk out of a budget. With a monthly rate you will have to pay electric on top of it.
rr2254545 12/12/17 09:55am Full-time RVing
RE: Snow on the slide-out

Anyone ever had an issue with snow building up on the slide-out while camping? Yes - the slides would not come in until I got up on a ladder and get it all off - happened to me twice now
rr2254545 12/09/17 02:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: Where do get your destination information?

We find TripAdvisor to be the best source of restaurant, things to do and also campground reviews.
rr2254545 12/09/17 07:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Roofs... fiberglass or rubber?

You don't say what brand of coach you are looking at but I remember reading about Winnebago owners having trouble with the fiberglass roof coming loose and peeling back. Apparently it was not covered by the Winnebago warranty or any warranty from an extended warranty company. Fake news Here's the link to a 14 page discussion. I guess you missed it. :R Winnebago roof issue - Just the same guys rehashing the same items - no real evidence - Winnebago clearly states in their owner manuals to check the caulk each year 10 years here and no problems
rr2254545 12/07/17 10:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Roofs... fiberglass or rubber?

You don't say what brand of coach you are looking at but I remember reading about Winnebago owners having trouble with the fiberglass roof coming loose and peeling back. Apparently it was not covered by the Winnebago warranty or any warranty from an extended warranty company. Fake news
rr2254545 12/07/17 10:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: trading in TOAD

Blue ox has a base plate for a '17 grand Cherokee for $430.00 and it says 3 hrs for installation. Add a little for the lights and use your old brake stuff. x2 see no reason why old brake system could not be used
rr2254545 12/06/17 04:25pm Dinghy Towing
RE: FMCA Vote. A Poll and your thoughts.

A. More members should mean lower prices for things like dues, roadside assistance and Michelin tires. We'll see if this actually materializes. I joined for the various benefits and they have not changed. More people paying into the kitty should be good for all. X2 I joined for the benefits - Signed up for the Verizon Data Plan when it came out a few weeks ago -saving me money
rr2254545 12/05/17 04:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Confirmation of Reservations

Why worry you can prove you made a deposit ?
rr2254545 12/05/17 10:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Table cloth clips

When we use a cover over the picnic table, we use bungie cords.It usually takes 2 linked together to make a longer one. Just wrap it around the table end. Works better than any clips you will ever have. And will fit any thickness of table. Put one on each end, tuck the under side in too so it won't flop in the wind. Easy peesie. Then, from the bungie cord, you can hang a plastic grocery bag and use it for trash. This way, used paper napkins, and even used paper plates won't fly away in the wind when everyone gets done eating. Each person simply puts their paper plates in the bag ... Done! x2 Got ours at camping world
rr2254545 12/04/17 06:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: Search Campground near Los Angeles

We would like to know your opinion on a camping site for a 27-foot motorized in the corner of Los Angeles without being too close to this city, between 10 and 20 miles, safe and reasonably priced .... What San Bernardino Rv Park is a decent place ... Thank you for your answers San Bernardino to Hollywood is 68 miles and traffic is a mess in LA Are you not going in the City ? We camped in Northridge and it was 21 miles to Hollywood
rr2254545 12/04/17 08:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New to this, advice for Georgia/Florida

“Typically” you will not receive an AAA etc discount for weekly or longer stays. But the weekly rate is typically stay 6 get 7 so this is a 14.2% discount Based on our experience in Florida and Texas - you might want to look at campgrounds in Texas a lot cheaper - you can stay for half the price in a highly rated park with full-hookups and cable However I made my reservation 1-4 months ago for this winter
rr2254545 12/03/17 08:48am Snowbirds
RE: any experience at Wilderness Camp at Disney???

Hello all, curious if anyone has every camped in the Wilderness campground with pets?? Dogs or Cats?? In trying to get info about how much they want to screw me for on top of there already ridiculous rates, I'm told I pay 5.00 a night extra for each dog each night and told that I cannot have a cat. A cat that stays IN my rv and does not come out. Just curious if anyone has every been with with cats before. Right now I'm going to tell them where they can stick there campground, but wanted to see if anyone else has had a problem with this. Personally there are so many positives - location -location - location I would stay there if i could get in
rr2254545 12/02/17 07:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: OR/WA Loop June/July

Better start making reservations now! Campsites are getting more and more difficult to get, ESPECIALLY for the summer. Even off-season campsites are requiring reservations for coastal and popular areas. x2 I had problems getting May and June next year in the state parks on the Oregon Coast - staying mostly in commercial parks - I was trying for parks with sewer however A few of the parks in Lincoln City will start taking reservations the first of next year -
rr2254545 12/01/17 07:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: motor home vs fifth wheel

My opinion is that if you travel lots of miles yearly and lots of actual days on the highway, then a motor home makes sense. If you do not travel extensively, or only expect to be actually on the road 10-20 days per year and let the RV sit for the remaining 345-355 days per year, then it doesn't. Excellent advise - MH about double the cost of a 5th wheel - does not make sense for it to sit
rr2254545 11/30/17 08:24am Full-time RVing
RE: Compact gas grill

Using this one. Couldn't justify the expense of the other ones. So far has worked great. Arrived quickly and well packed. Ebay Grill https://www.ebay.com/itm/RV-Mounted-BBQ-Motorhome-Gas-Grill-BBQ-Trailer-Side-Mount-Barbeque-Grill-NEW-/121166076296 x2 on this one our wildwood tt came with this grill mounted on a swing arm attached to rear bumper with quick connect propane gas connector to the propane line from our 2 20lb tanks up front. it has worked great for the 6 months we have had TT i love it. stows quickly out of the way when not in use. its just the wife and i camping but i think it would be fine for 4 people grilling. and for money you cant go wrong For $70 more you could a Weber Q1000 currently on Amazon for $169
rr2254545 11/30/17 07:10am Travel Trailers
RE: St George Utah campgrounds

We were in St. George in 2015 and stayed at the Temple View RV Park. It's an average park located right off the interstate, and we didn't have any issues while there. The staff was very friendly and they were a big help with questions about the local area and the National Parks. The location is only about 1 mile away from a Camping World store which is convenient for getting those things that were left at home. St. George is a beautiful area, and we're looking forward to going back there next year. Yes, we'll probably stay at the Temple View RV park again. Happy camping! x2 We liked it too
rr2254545 11/30/17 07:04am Travel Trailers
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