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RE: Stealth Camping Tennessee

"The law states that you must be given a 24 hour written warning before arrest ! Kinda gives ya time to move on !" That certainly is time to move on.
Horsedoc 05/22/22 09:19am Around the Campfire
RE: Hot Exhaust On Differential

Check for a leak when you get there and change the dope in the differential. Cooking that oil is not good at all
Horsedoc 05/21/22 07:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I am the truck killer!

Back years ago when I was young (and did crazy things) I heard of pushrods getting bent when hydraulic lifters would allow them to float and bad and expensive things happened. That was usually on cases of a heavy foot on the accelerator and the engine just over revving. Buddy put solid lifters in a 390 ford engine and stopped that but it sounded like a pea-thrasher sitting there idling. Sorry for your troubles brother, it did bring back some long ago memories though
Horsedoc 05/18/22 03:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Strange Gray Powder

Silver will oxidize to a black coating. If it is silver, I have never seen any produce powder as it oxidizes
Horsedoc 05/08/22 01:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Via 25T Mercedes Diesel

Are you sure you want to go low as 2? You are going to see some pretty high revs there.
Horsedoc 05/08/22 09:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Charleston SC and Savannah Ga

We like James Island but found the limbs hanging over the roadway to be very low. Hope they have been cut since we were there. Pretty scary worrying about leaving an air conditioner laying in the street behind you.
Horsedoc 05/06/22 09:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Warning for Blue Ox base plates on Honda CR-Vs

What do YOU think caused it?
Horsedoc 04/30/22 09:21am Dinghy Towing
RE: Trek Toad

Nope. I want to see where that front tire is ALL the time
Horsedoc 04/28/22 04:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: Family Traditions

I do French toast for the bunch. BIG skillet (electric)
Horsedoc 04/21/22 05:32pm Family Camping
RE: Travel through Atlanta

Sunday after daylight. Watch which lanes you are using - they end abruptly sometimes
Horsedoc 04/21/22 06:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Outdoor camp oven

We had guests who loved cast iron. We were hosting one summer and they came walking up with a pie they had made in the cast iron DO for us. baked it in the pan like a regular household oven. Talking with then I realized these folks could write a book on their techniques. Cast is too heavy to haul camping but the pie was blue berry and excellent!
Horsedoc 03/25/22 01:12pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Trade in values

It is sorta like, "Pay more and we can allow you a higher value on what we take as your trade in". That said if what you have is a nice rig and well cared for and they figure it will sell quickly then their offer will go higher. I worked at a retirement job for a few auto dealerships around town here - what they do and how they figured things was amazing but always seemed they made money on the car they sold you and the car you sold them.
Horsedoc 03/21/22 07:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone heading east

I agree with Texas. 16 coming across the Bighorns is a beautiful ride. It is steep in a few places and there is a couple of up hill switchbacks near the top. 14 is steep and a bit narrow and more crooked. The road coming east out of Cody is just a road. NOthing spectacular and little green and wet.
Horsedoc 03/19/22 02:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Interstate rest area stops

We have used rest areas for rest stops and even napped and not had any problem with LEOs. Truckers need the big parking slots and certainly need to use them when the time comes. That said, I have seen RVers parked in the late evenings with a slide out along with folding chairs and a grill going. Don't know they were going to overnight, but the signs were there. They were parked across the car slots so the slide and awning was against the curb. That is "camping" in my opinion.
Horsedoc 03/09/22 05:33am Roads and Routes
RE: Fall color trip - East Coast States

Stay a couple of days at Meadows of Dan Campground. It is right on the Blue Ridge Parkway (1/4 mile) Stay there and use your truck to see the area. Interesting history of the railroad wreck - Old 97 in the area. The Parkway is NOT a place to tow a trailer or drive a motorhome however. Too curvy and speed limit too low and no place to pass.
Horsedoc 03/09/22 05:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Surge Protector Scorched

Which brand protector?
Horsedoc 02/18/22 06:56am Tech Issues
RE: Hats

I wonder why anyone would think wearing a hat inside is rude , What is the difference . I would think that we have enough to fret about without looking for more .It's called manners, and social graces, like not belching in public, eating with your mouth open, holding a door open for someone, saying "Please and Thank You", just part of what makes a civilization civilized. Exactly. Wearing a hat in church would get rude stares and they would be deserved. Didn't learn a great deal about social situations while growing up, but did learn some manners. Show a little class, not low class A baseball cap in a fast food restaurant? Wear the cap. Sit down restaurant or other social events? Take that head cover off and show some decent manners. Papa would say, 'boy, was you raised by the animals?'
Horsedoc 02/13/22 05:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Not for us

Nothing wrong with your decision. RVing is not for everyone, especially as young as you guys are and working pretty much full time. My daughter loves 'camping' but my son's wife thinks 'roughing it' is no restaurant in the hotel/motel when they are camping. Nothing wrong with either set of ideas. I have gotten old and learned along the trip that you need to do what you want and enjoy life while you can. It would be great to re-live those things we did when we in our 50s. We cannot, but we didn't waste a lot of time doing things we were miserable at when we were that age.
Horsedoc 02/13/22 05:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Unique eateries

Red's Ice House Busy, no-frills joint with ample patio space overlooking the water, serving up seafood & pub grub Mt Pleasant South Carolina
Horsedoc 02/11/22 05:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Exploring Florida...Recommendations wanted

Not Florida, but close. Our out-of-state visitors were impressed with the Okeefenokee Swamp. Stephen Foster State Park is a great place to get to know the 'blackwater'. Many years ago our group paddled 34 miles across the swamp in 3 days. I turned 40 in the middle of the swamp. Museum, canoe rental and swamp tours from there. Go in early March - water is usually up that time of year and the skeeters haven't awakened yet.
Horsedoc 02/03/22 12:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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