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RE: Freezing Temps

Do it every year, do you have specific questions?
rr2254545 01/08/17 07:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Hold Mail

You want to look for a mail service that can forward your mail to you wherever you are - there are many -mine costs me $10 per month plus postage to send to me when I want it I have used American Home Base out of Florida for 8 years
rr2254545 01/04/17 08:40am General RVing Issues
RE: KOA disappoints.... again!

Yep, lets not rally around a fellow rver who got a bad deal but praise the mega company that gives bad service. And we wonder why we have such poorly built rvs in an industry that is highly unregulated. I'm with the OP, if you can't get a simple gift card off the ground it doesn't say much about the rest of what you're offering. Thinking that this forum is free is way out in left field. The forum is here because many people honor the business and its advertising entices us to buy more. Get real people. Free. Puhleeze. Life is not perfect neither is this forum. But for me it is free because I pay zero for it. I also challenge you to find a better more informative, more active RV forum with or without ads. Secondly I challenge the OP to find another national retail CG operator where he can send gift cards via E mail. So while KOA does not get it all right all the time they are raising the bar and taking camping to a higher level/standard that we all benefit from. My point is don't throw the baby out with the bath water. The gift card transaction could have been more efficient, however is that a reason to never use KOA again? Is that a reason to never buy a camping gift card again? I think we like to over exaggerate the issue when it comes to KOA and CW. They are national chains that will never be as cozy and efficient as the local mom and pop operator. But they do offer advantages that come with having a national network Great reply
rr2254545 12/30/16 09:04am General RVing Issues
RE: KOA disappoints.... again!

A little harsh
rr2254545 12/29/16 06:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Corpus Christi / Port Aransas Must See & Do

North of rockport not to be missed In the freshwater and brackish marshes of Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, a distinct and wild trumpeting call rings across the marsh. It is the whooping crane, Grus americana, the rarest crane species and one of the rarest birds in North America. All of the whooping cranes alive today, both wild and captive, are descendants of the last 15 remaining cranes that were found wintering at the Aransas Refuge in 1941.
rr2254545 12/24/16 12:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How much sway do you feel?

Even our 36,000 lb diesel pusher can get pushed by the wind - but about 800% better than our 35ft gasser
rr2254545 12/22/16 09:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What do I flat tow?

The Jeep Cherokee would to be 2013 or earlier as there is a problem with the Death Wobble on 2014 and later without a modification kit and folks are reporting issue with that was well. I tow a 2012 Liberty and it is a great tow car as well. I tow a 2014 that was the first year of the new cherokee- they did not make it in 2013 I have towed mine 23,351 miles since 1/2/14 with no problems - never had any wobble of any kind - I have also driven it over 37,000 miles - with over 60,000 on the tires I have replaced them
rr2254545 12/22/16 07:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CB radio vs. cell phone vs. HAM Radio

Is your cell phone service with Verizon? That will give you the best coverage in remote areas. A CB radio is cheap may be very helpful in an emergency on the road even with its short range. I always have one with me. X2 if you have Verizon you will be ok 99% of the time
rr2254545 12/19/16 06:16am Technology Corner
RE: Unusual events

In Ely MN of a summer they have watercross races. They race snowmobiles on the lake. About the same time they have a blues festival. Also in Minnesota we have Every Wednesday throughout the summer with the Nisswa Turtle Races! This event is a long standing tradition in the Nisswa community that draws a huge crowd each week for family fun. Nisswa is just north of Brainard
rr2254545 12/19/16 06:08am RV Lifestyle
RE: Midlevel newer vs higher level older

Chose Tiffin not comparable to Fleetwood plus 4 years newer is great, the 07 needs new tires if it does not have them already - age counts on MH tires not wear
rr2254545 12/17/16 07:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Microwave removal

I got a service man into the MH to repair mine
rr2254545 12/17/16 07:48am Tech Issues
RE: Diesel Comfort Advantage 30-34 Foot?

Limited inventory is correct PPL out of 80 motor homes currently for sale only has 3 as small as you are looking at - at least raise the bar to 35
rr2254545 12/16/16 10:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driver side window replacement

Call Suncoast designers in Hudson FL. Pretty sure they can make a new one. x2
rr2254545 12/14/16 03:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fresh water tank

Mine does this its the water pump if I turn the winterize valve on the tank does not fill
rr2254545 12/13/16 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Garmin 760lmt questions

Trucker units take you on truck routes sometimes miles out of the way, I know from first hand experience. My Garmin RV 660 is great, has many features that I like including continuous on screen to next truck stop (diesel fuel) and rest areas Was a good day when the garmin truck unit fell and broke - then I got the Rv unit last May Of course the RV unit has input for length, weight and height
rr2254545 12/12/16 06:04pm Technology Corner
RE: Heart broken!

Heartbroken is if you were like another guy on here who "forgot" to winterize the plumbing
rr2254545 12/12/16 04:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Can anyone recommend a GPS for the Bigger rigs for camping?

We just got a Garmin RV 660. You can choose whether to use it for RV with the specs you put in or use it for a car. I have used it about 1500 miles so far this trip and am very happy with it. Screen is very clear. Directions for turns are easy to follow. X2 love mine GPS store on line currently have them for 249.95 with free shipping - I got mine there back in May http://www.thegpsstore.com/Garmin-RV-660LMT-GPS-for-RVs-P4463.aspx
rr2254545 12/11/16 08:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Can anyone recommend a GPS for the Bigger rigs for camping?

Been thinking about buying a GPS that might be more set up fro Truck drivers or large RV's, that would have info that actually helps us vs the GPS units made for people in compact cars. I'm thinking about this being am a commercial truck driver & also love to camp a lot in my RV in unknown places. I plan to camp the whole country eventually & think this would be very helpful. What are your thoughts? DEZL GARMIN 770 LMTHD Why would you use a trucker GPS in a RV when there are a 6 and 7 inch RV model - trucker GPS takes you on strange routes sometime - I speak from actual usage
rr2254545 12/11/16 08:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Planning Yellowstone Trip

We have stayed at Fishing Bridge. Tight, crowded and noisy at times. We have stayed in West Yellowstone at Buffalo Crossing several times. Next door to Omni Theater and the bear park. Block away from downtoen. We have stayed at some of the more rustic park campgrounds. Indian Creek was nice. Many cannot handle longer rigs. Madison Campground is good. Remeber that Fishing Bridge is the only one with hook ups. Who cares if it is tight and crowded - I was traveling to all areas of the park daily and only slept there
rr2254545 12/09/16 01:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Planning Yellowstone Trip

We have stayed in West Yellowstone and Fishing Bridge RV Campground. We much prefer Fishing Bridge. It's great that it has full hookups, but most important is that it is in the park. You should seriously think about spending a couple nights in Teton National Park. You will probably be going right through there. Have a great trip. X2 we too have stayed at both in and out and Grand Teton very good advise above
rr2254545 12/09/16 01:10pm Fifth-Wheels
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