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RE: Deeded RV lots

We own our lot and winter in it, and leave our trailer in it year round. We are constantly getting letters in the mail from realtors who have buyers like yourself looking for their own RV lot. With that said I offer two suggestions: Pick the area where you would like to be and contact several realtors in that area Second; if it is in Florida look for a "condominum camp ground" that is solely owned by the each resident there. If you buy a lot from a privately owned person or corporation that owns the RV park you have to abide by their rules and regulations, and you have no say in them Guy I was under the impression that they were all in some kind of association with rules. Either a POA of HOA type of situation. Are you saying there are some that are "do as you please"? If so that could be a bit of a gamble, don't you think? No, I am not saying that. I am saying that each property owner also owns the campground. We have a board of directors made up of ourselves who are voted in annually by the other owners. We naturally have rules and regulations which in most part are common sense ones to keep the place beautiful. If we want, we can rent out our sites by ourselves, or let the association rent them out for a fee, which indirectly comes back to us. Every single lot is privately owned, and when someone puts their lot up for sale, it goes immediately and usually for the asking price Check us out on line if you want to. We are "Key Largo Kampground and marina" Guy
Guy Roan 09/29/20 03:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Concrete block in my stove !

I wouldn’t get rid of it until I found out why it was there. I will say the stove is all hooked up, my wife did some baking yesterday, and I kept checking the back where the block was and felt absolutely zero heat. The stove is mounted in an Island so it is easy to get to the back. Guy
Guy Roan 09/28/20 10:25am Around the Campfire
RE: Deeded RV lots

We own our lot and winter in it, and leave our trailer in it year round. We are constantly getting letters in the mail from realtors who have buyers like yourself looking for their own RV lot. With that said I offer two suggestions: Pick the area where you would like to be and contact several realtors in that area Second; if it is in Florida look for a "condominum camp ground" that is solely owned by the each resident there. If you buy a lot from a privately owned person or corporation that owns the RV park you have to abide by their rules and regulations, and you have no say in them Guy
Guy Roan 09/28/20 04:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Concrete block in my stove !

Counterweight. If so, it sure is (was) over kill, since they included brackets for the stove front to prevent it from tipping forward. Guy
Guy Roan 09/27/20 05:27pm Around the Campfire
Concrete block in my stove !

I have seen it all now! Our thirty three year old built in dishwasher leaked at the pump, and over the years I made a few repairs so figured it was time to spring for a new one which we did. We decided that since the stove next to it was on its last legs and the same age to replace that also. Yesterday we bought the new stove, and in putting it in the vehicle found that it seemed almost twice as heavy as the dishwasher. We got it home and installing it I had to do some work on the back since it blocked where part of the 220 volt receptacle that is in the floor. I There was a large metal covering which had two long bolts running through, believe it or not, a precast concrete block. Needless to say, the concrete block is now long gone! If I hadn't already made some modifications, and if it wasn't holding up the dishwasher installation, I would have returned it. Guy
Guy Roan 09/27/20 05:48am Around the Campfire
RE: Rubber roof repair-is this OK?

I think what you think ! If it is all sealed just leave it as is Guy
Guy Roan 09/27/20 05:25am Travel Trailers
RE: banks

I have often wondered on those "Free range chickens" if they have little tiny cow (chicken) boys on little tiny horses doing the roundup ? Guy
Guy Roan 09/21/20 04:49am Around the Campfire
RE: Park models

They brought three different ones into our RV park last year and all three of them needed major repairs . One needed a lot of the pipes replaced and they had to redo the roof, and yes another one had the windows leaking. After what I saw, I would never get one. Guy May I ask what brand? I don't know the brand. We are not at the park now and won't go back until we get the virus vaccination. Two of them were from the same manufacturer Guy
Guy Roan 09/21/20 04:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Park models

This is similar to what I've been looking for.Park model That might say "Park Model" but that is not a park model. We have those which are also made by Forest River, and we also have Park Models in our RV Park. The normal Park Models have a peaked roof Guy
Guy Roan 09/21/20 04:36am General RVing Issues
RE: Park models

They brought three different ones into our RV park last year and all three of them needed major repairs . One needed a lot of the pipes replaced and they had to redo the roof, and yes another one had the windows leaking. After what I saw, I would never get one. Guy
Guy Roan 09/20/20 02:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: We are Drowning in our...

It is a minority and you'll never change that type. Eight four years old and thinking we are doing better now than 20 years ago. Guy
Guy Roan 09/19/20 01:35pm Around the Campfire
RE: Tongue height

If everything is level you are good to go Guy
Guy Roan 09/16/20 03:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Border closings

With the way so many people of the US seem determined to ignore the covid recommendations and warnings, no surprise they do not want us crossing the border. I wouldn't either. You are watching too much news ! They love to pick out someone or a group with no masks on and show it while they completely disregard the thousands who are obeying the recommendations. Just this morning while my wife was in the supermarket and I waited in the car, I watched the ones going into the store with masks on and out of about 35 people only one did not have a mask. Guy
Guy Roan 09/15/20 02:06pm Snowbirds
RE: Border closings

If that is the case; does that mean that the snow birds from Canada won't be able to leave ? If yes there are going to be a lot of unhappy people from Ontario. I think half the owners in our park in Key largo are from Ontario Guy
Guy Roan 09/15/20 01:55pm Snowbirds
RE: Wolves as Pets

They say emphatically there are no wolves in Tennessee but..in 78 or79 I saw two gray wolves nearly run into my lap! Folks in the County Historical Society where Mom was raised and I spent a lot of my youth report them also. I have no doubt if I can get into the area I can capture one but hopefully, if I do it in the spring I can find a Pup. This is all of course contingent on health. Anyone here raised a full blood gray wolf for a pet and family protector? For what it is worth: I live in the high mountains of NC almost on the TN border. We have Coyotes living on the mountain across from us and each night and occasionally during the day we can hear their yapping and barking. We have lived on the west coast and have seen the Coyotes there, which are gray, but much smaller than gray wolves. I was told that the Coyotes here are much larger and often mistaken for Gray wolves and finally several years ago had one cross the road in front of me one night. I was astounded at it's size and would have sworn it was a gray wolf, but the following morning a neighbor informed that what I saw was indeed a Coyote and sees them in his game cam lots of times. Guy
Guy Roan 09/14/20 07:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Flying Floating Flooring

I would do it in a heart beat. I have installed laminate flooring in every room in my house over the years and just finished the last 15 foot by 25 foot one. I firmly believe that the spacing around the edges is a CYA thing by the manufacturers. In some of the rooms I had to attach portions of the laminate to the sub floor for one reason or another and through winters where the house was left in sub zero weather with no heat on I saw no change at all We have a 40 foot trailer which I will never move on a permanent RV spot, and I intend on installing it in the slide so we can get rid of the ugly carpet. If I were hauling the trailer I would not hesitate to glue it down What ever you do, don't by the el cheapo stuff. It is next to impossible to install ( from experience !) Guy
Guy Roan 09/13/20 07:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Food for thought

Is Mac and cheese a hamburger with cheese on it ? Guy
Guy Roan 09/10/20 03:33am Around the Campfire
Another question for you wood workers

My old faithfull table saw has developed a loud clicking noise as it is shutting down, (as the blade slows down) I disconnected the belt and ran the motor, and it is not the motor. I am thinking it might be the arbor bearing. Has anyone else ever had this problem and diagnosed it ? If yes, how hard a job is it to replace it? Guy
Guy Roan 09/03/20 04:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Replacing the table and chairs with a booth ??????

We went the other way ! Guy
Guy Roan 09/01/20 03:36am General RVing Issues
RE: How often and how to clean black tank

As far as I am concerned if you use chemicals in accordance with their instructions and after every time you dump the tank rinse it with about ten gallons of water, you should never have to clean it. In twenty years and three different trailers we have followed that criteria and never have had a problem. We, (my wife and I) have snow birded for the last ten years and I follow the above criteria and dump the tank every seven days. Also, for what it is worth, we use regular supermarket toilet paper Guy
Guy Roan 08/31/20 01:14pm Beginning RVing
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