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RE: Auto Levelers StabilizerJacks: All 4 down when Leveled?

Depends on how level the site from front to back - In my drive way the front two jacks do not ever stay on the ground This is on my current MH and on my 08 Winnebago gasser
rr2254545 04/04/16 06:19am Tech Issues
RE: Bad experience at CW - Asheville, NC

I find it interesting that people complain when a sales person approaches them, and then others complain when they don't. I, personally, don't like being hit-up by a sales person the instant I step out of my car. But, when I'm ready to ask questions, I'm glad when they are available. Maybe if the OP would have gone up and asked the one who was smoking for help, the situation might have turned out different. Well said who would sit there and wait for someone to come not me
rr2254545 04/03/16 06:39am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Govt wants to make living in your RV (fulltime) illegal

April Fools
rr2254545 04/02/16 01:49pm Full-time RVing
RE: How far to tow without brake?

Roll the dice and hope you have a good lawyer
rr2254545 04/01/16 07:29pm Dinghy Towing
RE: should we pay off house

Too many variables not mentioned. My suggestion? Hire an accredited independent financial planner preferably one who is a CPA specializing in retirement. YES!!! No offense to anyone on this forum, but do you really want to base your financial decisions for your future on what a bunch of complete strangers say on the internet??? You need to discuss this decision with a person who has the provable skills and knowledge to help you make the right choice for you. Talk to people you know and trust and ask for recommendations on a financial planner, meet that planner and ask lots of questions about his/her background and practice. Answer that planner's questions and provide information as to what you want to see for your future. Then make a decision based on the data provided to you by that planner according to YOUR needs, wants, and fears. Agree I would ask my broker for this advise but If he/she had lost me 21% I probably be asking somewhere else too - Since 12/31/14 I am up about 2% Just remember that your tax position can change as when you start taking required distributions (age 70 1/2) on an IRA this increases you tax liability - Yes I am a retired CPA
rr2254545 04/01/16 05:39am RV Lifestyle
RE: Seattle Washington and SeaTac

KOA in Kent is probably going to be the closest campground. Uber or cab for transportation. Not alot of campgrounds around Seatac. KOA Kent Unless things have changed since my last visit I would not recommend the KOA. We pulled in, saw that there were a number of full time "guests". Having stayed there over 10 times in the past this was a shock to us. Dirty, unkept sites. Hopefully this has improved since we last drove in there. That was a little over a year ago. Good luck. The RV place in Bothel (Lake Pleasant RV (?) would be my choice. Not true I stayed there for 30 days between October 2014 and January 2015 and it was fine a little tight but no real problem Was not dirty or unkept
rr2254545 03/30/16 03:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traveling with Direct TV

I did this at first then I got a separate account for the motor home - if you have 2 accounts you can put each on vacation up to 4 times a year - since I only have one box in the MH it works out much cheaper when I put the expensive house on vacation for months at a time
rr2254545 03/30/16 06:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seattle Washington and SeaTac

I stored my motor home at Kent RV for 3 months in both 2013 & 2014 Great people and they even did some repair work and winterized it for me. It was $125 plus tax a month Security was good as it was in high fenced area http://www.kentrv.com/
rr2254545 03/30/16 06:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: $600 per Month

Hide A way Resort Ruskin is $710 that is a good rate in that area for a great campground
rr2254545 03/24/16 05:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Should you select a motorhome on washer/Dryer?

The Winny doesn't have a fireplace. My wife would never go for that regardless of the W/D! Not true it is an option on about every Winnebago - The Adventurer sounds like what you are looking at 38Q Relax in the ultimate lounge featuring a Rest Easy extendable sectional sofa, Euro recliner, large HDTV, and a fireplace. The Glide & Dine dining table and a powered king bed round out this impressive triple-slideout floorplan.
rr2254545 03/24/16 07:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should you select a motorhome on washer/Dryer?

All things being equal. Yes. If mama isn't happy... And the stackable ones are much better than the all in one. X2 Had both the stacked are much better I would disagree about gassers - My Winnebago gasser was great
rr2254545 03/23/16 07:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: San Francisco RV Resort....Well Not Really

The KOA in Petaluma was very nice. Yep we stay there too and take the Ferry into the city They even had a weekly rate in April of 2014 we paid $289 a week or $41 a day
rr2254545 03/22/16 05:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: rv park near north hills of Pittsburgh

We have just gone through the same selection process as our son just moved to Pittsburg last summer We stayed both at Mountain Top and Buttercup Woodlands Campground last fall - Mountain top is just that lots of room on a mountain top but no sewer - rather a honey wagon weekly - not for me Buttercup was field camping on grass and no pads or patios We checked out Bear Run and we are staying there for 3 weeks starting next month - nice sites and location - your can jump right on I79 to get to the city
rr2254545 03/21/16 02:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: South Dakota

Theodore Roosevelt NP in Medora, ND. Stay at the Municipal campground in the summer because it has a pool. The natural way to drive would be south out of Minneapolis and then west through SD. When I make the drive I do not even come close to ND
rr2254545 03/21/16 06:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: South Dakota

Must stop at Badlands National Park and Wall Drug - the loop through the park actually starts on the West end at Wall The Falls in Sioux Fall are very interesting
rr2254545 03/20/16 03:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: White Sands

Boothill RV in Alamogordo on Hwy 50/70 towards Tularosa (across the street from giant pistachio) GREAT Folks own/operate LINK X2 visit the pistachio farm across the street
rr2254545 03/18/16 03:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Palms

No it's not. I can't count more than 29 of them. I love 29 Palms
rr2254545 03/18/16 05:41am Snowbirds
RE: Palms

There is a Palm in my campground so I stayed with one
rr2254545 03/17/16 05:24pm Snowbirds
RE: Memphis Tn

Graceland is in a rough neighborhood and I'd never recommend camping there. Plan your visit early in the day and get out before dark. Hernando Point is great if u don't mind the drive. We stay there several times each year. I've never been to Tom Sawyer but hear it's nice. EZ Daze and Yogi Bear Rv parks are just overpriced parking lots. EZ is $45 for full hookup with cable and Wifi in my world that is not overpriced
rr2254545 03/17/16 10:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Memphis Tn

if your going to the american pickers antique shop go a hour early parking is terrible on a slim street. Long drive from Memphis to Nashville unless they moved their shop A do not miss is the The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum - it is mind boggling how many stars came out of one neighborhood Another is go to Peabody hotel and watch the ducks march from the rooftop to the lobby fountain - they come down at 11 - get there early to get a view
rr2254545 03/17/16 06:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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