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RE: Fantastic Fan temp sensor not working

Call them. Fantastic customer service.
soos 08/25/16 10:47pm Tech Issues
RE: New to this. Best weather in winter??? Help?

I would be more concerned about bees in AZ than rattlesnakes. In 7 years I have only seen one rattler, probably because they like warmer weather than you'd typically get in the winter. several people land in the hospital and die from bee stings every year. The bees are all Africanized and can be aggressive.
soos 08/18/16 09:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Mail

We use a mail forwarding service for our mail. If you start now, you can greatly reduce the amount of paper mail you get- bank and credit cars statements can be downloaded from the web instead of mailed to your mailbox, etc. We recieve maybe 15 pieces of necessary mail per year.
soos 08/15/16 08:33pm Full-time RVing
RE: New to this. Best weather in winter??? Help?

Check out Yuma, Tucson, and phoenix areas. Relatively inexpensive winter rates, tons to do, no humidity, and the weather is reasonably warm. With all the sunshine it feels warmer than it actually is. Usually no jacket needed except at night. Pools stay open all year, etc. We did one winter in FL. To be warm you have to be pretty far south, which is pricy, and the bugs and humidity got to us, and the rig, And if you like hiking, Phoenix and Tucson are awesome!!
soos 08/15/16 08:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What do you keep in your RV?

I also keep a list of everything that I Ieave in the camper (2 bars of soap, shampoo, etc) so I don't have to try and remember. If I take it OUT of the camper it goes in the TOOK OUT list, (cell charger, camera, salad spinner) so I know to pack it.
soos 08/13/16 09:11pm Beginning RVing
RE: Snobbed by Apache Palms in Tempe Az.

I am thinking that the reason it was the "first question they asked" was because you were in their system, so they KNEW your rig was probably "too old". Need to go up the ladder to a manager, or find a different place to stay.
soos 07/31/16 06:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Any "Get Your Mail" Updates Anyone Knows About???

also depends on the state. Michigan flags UPS stores as a commercial address and will cancel drivers license if thats the address you use for your license. Long term, UPS was much pricier than Escapees and other services like them.
soos 04/19/16 11:32pm Full-time RVing
RE: Sleepless nights

I've had insomnia since childhood. It's usually because my mind is spinning, thinking, planning, figuring etc. What settles me down is listening to audio book with earbuds so not to wake hubby up. It gives me something else to think about. Usually I fall back to sleep within 15-20 minutes. I set the sleep timer to turn the device off in 30 minutes. This process happens 3-4 times during the night. The ipod lives right under my pillow. wow, we are twins, except I listen to a specific playlist of songs, quiet, no jarring music, but good songs. My Ipod also lives under my pillow and I have gotten really good at not strangling myself, lol. Sometimes I hear only one song, but most nights I hit "play" more than once :)
soos 03/31/16 12:20am Full-time RVing
RE: Campground (NOT 'Resort') near Scottsdale AZ please

we just stayed at Westworld- IN Scottsdale. Not a resort but has water and electric hookup, and a dump station. $28 a night. They have almost 400 sites.
soos 03/19/16 09:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traffic app.

Another vote for WAZE X3! just downloaded and used it today. best thing out there. we were in L.A. traffic :(
soos 03/04/16 11:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Desert Trails or Justin's Diamond J ?

Justin's takes Passport America if that helps :)
soos 02/13/16 09:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Great Video on Quartzsite

You can always visit Q in March or April, or even later, and be guaranteed that you won't have crowds. But then there isn't much reason to go to Q at that time (except for Silly Al's Pizza- which is the best in the country) There is one main reason to stay in Q- to park in the desert with friends when its cool enough to boondock, with a bonus that there are thousands of others who feel the same and are doing the same thing with their friends.
soos 02/03/16 11:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Northern Lights Pics

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-wiyrUytsVxM/VGE1DEi-T3I/AAAAAAAAWjA/KUU6glhEXqE/s400-Ic42/aurora2%252520%25252840a%252529.JPG We saw it in August. Amazing !!!
soos 01/04/16 11:24pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: South Dakota possibly Texas domicile questions

Our understanding is that with Texas you have to go back every year for vehicle inspection...whereas you don't in SD. That is true. Changed either this year or last year? Scott It is NOT True. The NEW Law has an exception for vehicles that are not physically in the state. When you re-new your registration, you certify that the vehicle is not in Texas and you are not required to get an inspection unless the vehicle comes back to Texas. Here is a direct quote " Registered in Texas but Operating Out of State If a vehicle is out of state and unable to undergo a Texas vehicle inspection, you will be able to self-certify that the vehicle is out of state."
soos 11/15/15 11:06pm Full-time RVing
RE: Thor/Heartland buys out DRV

still building drvs like before the buyout, New toy hauler model called the boss is like a cyclone though, I beam mains and standard size upper deck so won't have lots of storage space I'm sorry, but I must be missing something here. The DRV Suites toy hauler is the Full House. It has the 15" stacked triple box section frame just like the Mobile Suites and Elite Suites. I find no reference whatsoever to a "DRV Boss". Rusty A google search show that the Boss is a toyhauler built by Cruisers Inc. not DRV.
soos 11/10/15 10:53pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: San Antonio, Texas Campgrounds

Another vote for Travelers World. The bus stop is across the street that takes you downtown and to the riverwalk. No need to drive in traffic. Good Rv park. we have stayed there 4 times in the last 6 years.
soos 10/31/15 11:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A/C with Heat Pump, worth it?

Yes we like it. our AC with the heat pump died and we bought a new one with a heat pump even though it was a lot more money. We ALWAYS have to buy our own propane, but we rarely stay in parks where we have to pay for electricity, so we will use the heat pump until the temperature goes so low that it won't work. At that point we switch to propane furnace and a small electric heater, but when it gets below 35* its a good idea to use the furnace anyway. It helps keep the basement warm and the water pipes warm etc. YMMV Sue
soos 10/08/15 11:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: No campground spots available, what to do?

Cape Ann Campsites in Gloucester would be close enough to Salem if Salem Willows is full.
soos 10/07/15 09:25pm Beginning RVing
RE: KC-0716 Module on DRV

no idea, but I would ask the question here: Mobile Suites Owners Forum
soos 10/07/15 09:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Closed for winter quick info

Harbortown RV in Monroe MI is nice, and open all year Sue
soos 10/05/15 09:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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