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RE: Camp Ground North of Atlanta on I-85 May 26

Lake Hartwell State Park SC. Exit 1 (last in SC) and turn west. About a mile or a bit less on the left. Would work fine for an overnite. Pretty place. Right on the Tugaloo river and lake hartwell.
Horsedoc 04/22/14 02:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fish line in day/night shades

As a final word, I might ask a question and/or opinion. Will monofilament offer enough friction to keep the shades from sliding down?
Horsedoc 04/22/14 12:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mt Rushmore & Yellowstone

We are planning a trip to Black Hills and Yellowstone . Planning to stay in Hardin (at the north gate) and spending 4 days, then on to Grand Teton. Is there a reason map quest routs me out and over rather than thru the park. I have a 35ft DP with a CRv Toad. If any locals have suggestions I would be happy to hear! thanks Wayne Hardin?? Perhaps Gardiner? Hardin is the east a considerable distance The north entrance road is narrow and has a few switchbacks coming from the Roosevelt Gate in Gardiner into Mammoth. The road either on the east or west side of the loop out of Mammoth is narrow and crooked. It is doable with a MN and towed, but not pleasant for you or those on the road meeting or following you. It is a lot of fun to pull out and have lunch in the coach and take a nap however.
Horsedoc 04/07/14 01:41pm Family Camping
RE: New Driver Seat

Our road tractor seats from years ago had Bostrom. The air-ride could be adjusted to just float you. High dollar but back then with cab-over tractors you needed them
Horsedoc 04/03/14 01:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: High School Graduation Gift Ideas

57 Chev Bel-Air...:B 2 dr V-8 Jack? I'll be graduating this spring :B ;) Red and white with red and white interior *hint *hint
Horsedoc 03/28/14 02:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Barbecue + beer: Is it ok in every RV camp ?

Terryallan nailed it nearly completely. In NC they serve hushpuppies with it. so wrong! Hushpuppies are served with sea food. Some of those from 'up north' think grilling is barbecuing. it ain't. ;)
Horsedoc 03/28/14 01:51pm Beginning RVing
RE: True or False?

You live in Roswell. Take a day and drive across the state line to SC and the Anderson area. There is a guy there that buys good, nice campers and motorhomes. On the left heading north on 85. CRS has got me now and cannot recall the name, but you will see it on the left. Big lot with all sorts of RVs. Very nice folks. http://www.portersrvsales.com/ I had to google it. Inventory is on line and in pics. If I was buying another I would check these guys fist
Horsedoc 03/28/14 12:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sleep Number Mattress Questions

We have one in our coach. Inflated to the right pressure at about a thousand feet above sea level. Drove to the Black Hills the first time (slightly over 5000 ft) and it was like laying on the floor. If you are heading up in altitude, lower the pressure to zero first.
Horsedoc 03/26/14 12:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Vinyl Awning Repair Tape Which one works best?

Had a dead limb fall off a tree and punch a quarter size hole in my awning on a previous coach. Had no tape, but was afraid it would tear larger. Had some eternabond tape and cut a circle of that silver dollar size, thinking it would do until I could get some awning tape. It was still in place and still holding tight several years later when I sold the coach. I wished I had put it on the bottom side of the awning instead of the top. Worked like a champ
Horsedoc 03/26/14 12:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Holiday Rambler Class A...no interior!

I might take a chance on one of them if the price was right. I see walls etc, just lack of furniture and cabinets. Could not get the interior shots to enlarge
Horsedoc 03/25/14 02:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Snowing again

snow in Asheville
Horsedoc 03/25/14 01:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: SC/GA Coast at the end of August?

Tornados give little or not warnings, but with a hurricane you are likely to have a week or at least a few days warning. Within a week you can be many miles from the coast into the mountains are further west. Go and have a good time.
Horsedoc 03/22/14 05:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trading home for RV.

I might think long and hard before making a choice such as that. What will your house be worth when the economy improves in say 5 to 7 years and what would even a new MH be worth in the same amount of time? What happens when one of you has health that turns bad and you have to come off the road? We are going thru that even now and it is tough trying to get back to even short trips.
Horsedoc 03/22/14 04:49pm Full-time RVing
RE: Any housing in Georgia with RV garages

Lewis was a great fan of Georgia football. *rumor* has it that one night the gate to Sanford Stadium was left and open and his ashes were spread on the playing fields where his hero's played on Saturdays. He was a darn good Dog. Rest in Peace brother Dog.
Horsedoc 03/22/14 04:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: construction materials

I think some of you guys are mistaking OSB with the old particle board that was/is used in cheap furniture. Particle board looks like sawdust formed in large sheets. Once wet the stuff will swell and begin to disintegrate into what is almost powder. OSB on the other hand is a composite wood but is large flakes of wood, maybe and inch or so in diameter, that are stranded flat sides down and layered on each other. Prior to layering, these flakes are coated with glue/epoxy/adhesives that are water resistant or water proof. Heated presses are used to put terrific pressure and heat to produce sheets of stranded board. It is much, much better than the old particle board. It is also better as sheeting for roof construction in house building than the old 1/2 inch plywood that could have areas with no glue and/or voids between layers.
Horsedoc 03/22/14 03:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Charleston SC - Suggest I in a

cross the Cooper River to the north and visit Red's Ice House on Shem Creek. Ask anyone in Mt Pleasant where it is and they can tell you. Outstanding food and a great place to spend a couple of hours watching the pelicans on the creek, sitting in the sun and having a bucket of bottles. They make their own sliced potato chips. Hot sauce!! yep!
Horsedoc 03/12/14 07:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The new DP's may run on gasoline

Diesel engines have always ran perfectly well on gasoline but gasoline didn't have the necessary lubricants found in diesel fuel. This is likely still true so SOME sort of additive would still be required. NOT!!
Horsedoc 03/12/14 04:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Brake Buddy "Stealth " toad brake

I just worry about pulleys and cables and screws in the firewall. Screws can pop out on a lot of pressure, cables can kink and the brake pedal not retreat. If I was going with that kind of system, I might use the Air Force One since it does not have to rely on brute pressure on the brake pedal. It keeps vacuum pressure up on the towed. We use the regular ole Brake Buddy (proportional braking) and it has worked fine thus far. It is a PIA when you arrive and have to find a place to set it when you use the towed
Horsedoc 03/08/14 02:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Summer trip from Southeastern PA to Badlands South Dakota

Gonna be hot in the Badlands in July and August.Yes it can be, but it is a dry heat. No midwest/eastern humidity. :B Yeah, so is an oven!
Horsedoc 03/07/14 08:57am Roads and Routes
RE: Atlanta to Chattanooga

Enjoy the fact that it is 3 lanes and you will not be bottled up in traffic as trucks (and there will be a lot of them!) are required to stay in the two right lanes.
Horsedoc 03/07/14 08:46am Roads and Routes
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