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RE: Anyone know of a seller for a dash cover rug or mat

Blondie's Pit Stop has dash covers, sheepskin seat covers, sun shades, floor covers & mats, etc. https://blondiespitstop.com/
Finally Time 04/23/21 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Are damage deposits at parks customary?

I ran into that at a upscale RV Resort in Palm Springs, CA. (Mainly a snow bird park.) The sites were individually owned and rented by the community sanctioned real estate office. Since I really wanted to stay in the area and this had the only available space, I went ahead and signed a rental agreement and mailed a check for the deposit. I was supposed to get my deposit back within two weeks after departure. It took many phone calls and another two weeks to finally get my money back. I would never do it again.
Finally Time 04/12/21 02:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winnebago Sunstar 27N Question

I had a 2013 Winnebago Vista 27N. I flat towed a 2013 Honda CR-V, weight about 3,900 pounds. I couldn’t tell the difference in power or gas mileage when towing. The 27N is a little hotrod; great going over the mountains. I had it seven years and made many summer trips in the west. The one ac was adequate if you wanted it cooler not cold. Had to stay on top of the temperature, that is had to turn on the ac before the inside got really warm. It kept the temperature about 15 degrees cooler than outside. The windshield fans are helpers for defrosting the windshield. If you are in an area where the windshield fogs up they are very useful. I had my right side mirror removed by a semi in a rest area. If you don’t rip the mounting bolts out of the side, they would be easy to remove and reattach. Four bolts hold the housing and the electric connection is a plug in.
Finally Time 04/04/21 01:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hook up those safety chains

Got to love the British tabloids. Within an hour after an event they have posted an article, usually somewhat disjointed and rambling, with a zillion pictures.
Finally Time 03/16/21 04:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: What do you do with cat at Campgrounds

Thanks for all the comments, I have questions also. We adopted a 4 month old cat that is now 8 months old and is an indoor cat. We have a harness and leash for her (never yet used), but will practice with her before we take the MH out next week The last time we took her in the MH, she dropped over the back on the couch/bed, crawled underneath and spent much time there. She couldn't get out herself and we needed to extend the bed to get her out. . . and then she went back underneath again. She's much more social now and I'm trying to fabricate a barrier at the back of the couch. I was afraid my cat would get stuck behind the sofa so I bought some cheap large body pillows and stuffed them in the space behind it. this way he can still sit on the back of the sofa and look out the window and not get behind it.
Finally Time 03/10/21 09:35am RV Pet Stop
RE: More Reminiscing

I grew up in the ‘50’s in a working man’s neighborhood in Oakland, CA. One of the neighbors was killed leaving his wife and adult, mentally handicapped son without a source of income. Several men from the local garbage company went to her home and offered her son, Fernand, a job working with other men collecting garbage. He was very strong and could follow directions with supervision. At that time the men walked into the back yards carrying a large can on their shoulder and emptied two or three residential cans into it. I remember Fernand being very proud to be bringing his paycheck home to his Mama and supporting them both.
Finally Time 12/15/20 05:33pm Around the Campfire
RE: Hire company to drive Motorhome home

I used Showroom Transport to deliver a new-to me motorhome I purchased from a private party. The driver flew into a nearby airport and drove the motorhome to my residence 1,500 miles away. He updated his progress via text. The company was insured, bonded. Fuel and transport plates were included in the fee.
Finally Time 10/06/20 02:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Coronavirus

I have wondered about the "upper respiratory virus" my cat had in late February. He was sneezing a lot and had a real raspy horse meow. No eye or nasal discharge. His appetite was good and he didn't seem to be in any distress. Hard to tell if a middle-aged cat is sleeping more than normal. I took him to the vet's and $800 later they diagnosed an upper respiratory virus and said to let it run its' course, no meds required. Two more days and he seemed just fine. About the same time I had what I thought was a mild cold with a general run-down feeling. Now I am questioning what we both might have had.
Finally Time 08/28/20 04:57pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

You might try strawberry plants, rose bushes, and apple trees (leaves, branches, apples and all); those were real favorites for the wild deer around my Dad's place. And no, he didn't feed them, they helped themselves no matter how hard he tried to stop them.
Finally Time 08/28/20 04:43pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Experiences/Recommendations for ReadyBrute Elite System?

I have been towing a '13 CR-V with a Ready Brute Elite for 7 years. Have made many trips over the Cascades, Siskiyous, Sierra, and Rockies. No problem with the surge brakes; they work well in the mountains. Easy, simple, and quick to hook-up A couple of years ago the arms seemed to be getting loose in the joints and I couldn't get the bolts any tighter. I shipped it back to NSA. They rebuilt it and shipped it back with no charge.
Finally Time 08/27/20 07:00pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Ready Brute Elite II Tow Bar/Brake

The Ready Brute Elite brakes work great. I was driving out of a pull-thru site when the little anchor shackle holding the brake cable flipped over towards the coach. Completely stopped the Winnebago Vista 27N (29 feet.) I gave it a little more gas, still wouldn't move. Got out and took a look. Granted I was moving very slowly but it was amazing that the little CR-V could hold back the motorhome. I have been towing that '13 CR-V with the Ready Brute Elite for seven years behind three different motorhomes. I've made many trips over the Cascades, Siskiyous, Sierra, and Rockies. Never have had a problem with the surge brakes in the mountains, or on the flat for that matter.
Finally Time 08/17/20 12:02pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Travel

Stayed there four nights last summer. Nice park, clean, quiet, near to the park. I had a full hook-up pull-thru in the back. The site was fairly level, parking was on dirt; the rest of site was sparse grass.
Finally Time 08/03/20 04:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Due to urinary problems my cat can have only wet food with no grains or vegies. He absolutely loves most varieties of Fancy Feast Classic Pate. Most are all meat and meat-byproducts with a little thickening agent. Nutritionally complete. He is an indoor cat and has been thriving on it for eight years.
Finally Time 05/16/20 03:17pm RV Pet Stop
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