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RE: Annual cost to fulltime

Here is what I mean. What is the average amount YOU spend to live as a full-timer for one year? Simple question. $72,000
soos 02/26/15 11:41pm Full-time RVing
RE: DRV Memphis

Empty weight of 19,000#, so your loaded weight will be 21,000# plus. What are you planning to pull this with? Not your 2012 F350? Ken why not ? The newer trucks have amazing towing capabilities: F350: 5Th-wheel Towing up to 24,500 lbs.
soos 02/24/15 10:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking for golf/tennis RV resort in Arizona NOT only 55+

Don't golf or play tennis either. Pickle ball maybe.
soos 02/10/15 10:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Florida Keys

X 3 Jolly Roger on Marathon. Eat at the Sunset Grill :)
soos 02/10/15 10:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: how much cash?

just to reiterate, call all credit card companies to let them know where you are traveling, and make sure you call your bank where you have your debit card and tell them too, Our bank had to release some hold or whatever so the card could be used internationally. Sue
soos 02/10/15 09:57pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Handicap paking.

We ran into that one time and we were told that they hold the site until a certain time and then they release it to the general public, so apparently each campground has its own guidelines or rules. Sue
soos 02/09/15 11:08pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Camping around Boston

x3 on Minuteman in Littleton X whatever Normandy Farms is a lifetime away from Salem and Gloucester and all northern suburbs. The traffic on 128 is a nightmare if you need to stay on it for that many miles and Normandy is so far out of the city, your only real route to get north is Rte 128. Being out in Littleton Allows you to skirt the city some by staying on 495, the outer loop, for part of the time. another option would be to stay at one place to see the Cape, one place for Boston, and then Cape Ann Campsite in Gloucester to see the north side. we have stayed at all. Sue
soos 02/08/15 11:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traveling in Canada with ATT

Keep in mind that data roaming and voice call roaming may be covered under separate roaming plan and charge rates. I can get voice and text for next to nothing, but data is measured in per megabyte and costs a lot. Brian x 2 Data roaming is VERY costly in Canada and you have to rmember to Shut Data Off when you get close to the border.
soos 02/03/15 12:35am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Prudhoe Bay or Inuvik?

We didn't do the Dempster, but we did spend 5 days on the Dalton in our truck camper. All the way to Deadhorse and the Arctic Ocean. Our tour was delayed while they relocated some polar bears. Air temp: 37, winds 30-40 mph. In August. BUT it was one of the highlights of our summer. We wanted to drive it BECAUSE its the Haul Rd. DH wanted to see it for himself. we had a blast! Here's my blog post about it: Dalton Highway Sue
soos 02/01/15 01:24am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Verizon vs AT&T

We have had both for 3 years. Verizon is overall better for having coverage in more places, ATT is better speed wise. Sue
soos 01/28/15 03:36pm Technology Corner
RE: need a little help in finding and choosing an rv park

Allstays- try their website, its free. The App costs but its the best $10 I ever spent. Sue
soos 01/27/15 11:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roll Call Alaska 2015

Glad I found this topic. My wife and I are now retired and getting back into RVing after a LONG hiatus. We just bought a TT today and pick it up soon whenever the weather will clear for a few days as we purchased it about 8 hours away. We are jumping right into RVing with a trip planned to AK this May. I will follow this thread and hopefully learn about what to do and maybe more importantly, what not to do. In your spare time, peruse the Roll Call Alaska 2014 for a whole summers worth of tips from last year.
soos 01/26/15 06:26pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Has anyone had a run in with any WILD animals?

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soos 01/16/15 11:16pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Fire Extinguishers!

We also upgraded to larger extinguishers and added a Halon above the fridge. We also keep a large extinguisher in the baack seat of the truck. Sue
soos 01/15/15 10:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: What Percentage of RV Parks are Cat Friendly?

It largely depends on the cat. I've seen many who stick close to home on their own. Very few tolerate leashes. Whether you get reported depends on who's around. The only time you could, in general, get "reported" is if you have a cat that roams off leash. Most parks allow pets, including cats, but many parks hold cats to the same leash rules as dogs. We have full timed with our cat for 6 years. He goes out on a leash only. some people let their cats out in an enclosure, when they are around to watch over them. Biggest issue we have is when they make us stay in the "pet" section which means we are surrounded by dogs, and not all of them are always on a leash. Plus the dogs go nuts when a cat is around. Sue
soos 01/14/15 09:50pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Pinnacle National Monument - 40 Ft RV Parking?

We camped there and saw quite a few motorhomes. You should be ok I would think.
soos 01/14/15 09:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Viair 12 volt portable air compressor

I'm new at this and trying to learn. (We don't even have our TT home yet or a TV to pull it. lol) Why do you need the portable when you carry a 120V? And do you use the 120v much? For what purposes? Just curious. We are trying to get an inventory together of what to take with us. Thanks, Michael And some of us have 10 tires or more, plus the air hitch and the airsprings on the truck that need adjustment.
soos 01/14/15 09:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Travel Report: Big Bend National Park

We were actually amazed when we were there in December how much better cell coverage is now than it used to be. We had ATT in much of the park, and Verizon in more areas than we expected. We were told by locals that someone put up a private tower and that is helping. Sue
soos 01/10/15 11:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Favorite App for RV'n

I held off for a long time but I finally broke down and bought the $10 Allstays Camp & RVs app. We used a bunch of different apps but haven't found any nearly as useful as this one. GasBuddy is also good for saving a little bit of money; though, I'll be honest- I'm looking for convenience over price when we are traveling through. Another vote for allstays. best $10 I ever spent. I tell everyone about it. you can check out their website version for free but the app is well worth the money. it is map based with your actual location and shows, among other things: campgrounds rest stops truck stops Big Box stores like Costco, Walmart (and whether you can overnight there) Cracker Barrel Sporting goods stores Low Clearance Bridges It is my Go To app for so many things.
soos 01/10/15 11:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Travel Report: Big Bend National Park

Big Bend is one of our favorite places :)
soos 01/09/15 11:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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