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RE: Have you ever camped in a cemetery??

Never camped in a cemetery, but a lot of people do sleep there ;)
Horsedoc 08/24/15 04:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Quail

Fire ants have about wiped out the wild quail here in N Georgia. Over the years I have had some very good dogs and we had a lot of fun walking the open fields and wood lines around here. Fires ants migrated into the country and will kill the baby quail as they hatch. What the ants don't get, the coyotes do. Wish there was a way to bring them back. Loved hearing the 'bob white' call as the day ended.
Horsedoc 08/21/15 07:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: Georgia mountains

Moccasin Creek SP - prettiest SP in N Ga. Small and hard to get in w/o reservations made early in the year, but sooooo much fun
Horsedoc 08/15/15 10:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traveling without a TOAD

Everyone has an opinion on this I guess. I can only speak from experience of a western trip a few years ago with the plan of renting a car if we needed/wanted to see the area. Big mistake. We traveled from Atlanta to I-10 and across the southern route Arizona and Nevada. Rented in Las Vegas. As we crossed Texas and New Mexico there were numerous places we would liked to have stopped and explored. In Arizona the Apache stronghold of Cochise really had me wishing we could see the area, but did not happen. Grand Canyon area was the same story. Now I am old and health is going south and we are considering this trip again - longer time limit and certainly more sightseeing than looking out the window of a MH as we pass it by. Do what you feel you have to do but in hindsight you will regret things you failed to see much more than you will regret any time you may have 'wasted' in stopping and taking a look around
Horsedoc 08/15/15 07:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Tank Gate Valve Leak

Brett has given the best and simplest answer to an aggravating and nasty problem. Hope you get it fixed, this is a pain to deal with
Horsedoc 08/03/15 04:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dinghy Back Up

I am still trying to figure out how a backing up issue presents enough pressure to bend a tow bar than a hard braking maneuver from say 60 MPH to 20 MPH.
Horsedoc 08/02/15 05:35pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Camping in Black Hills SD

Seventh Calvary just west of the park entrance on 16 toward town of Custer. Nice people, great little restaurant with fantastic breakfasts. Views are great and French Creek is within a stones throw (but you have to throw really hard ;) )
Horsedoc 08/02/15 04:42pm Beginning RVing
RE: Sturgis Rally traffic

Been in the area for a couple of rallies. Never stayed in Sturgis. This has to be the biggest in my memory and certainly experience. Bet the buffy in the Park are hiding with all the bikes riding thru
Horsedoc 08/02/15 11:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Is it really too far to walk to the bathroom at a rest area?

Just a point mentioned several posts ago. Of course it is a trucker(s) doing it. There are no 4 wheelers in the truck parking. Does auto parking area smell like pee? Never ran into that in an auto parking but NUMEROUS times in truck parking. Down south with the heat and humidity of the summer, it stinks. If I get out to kick the tire or walk around to check the hookup, I think about my shoes on that nasty, biohazard asphalt and sometimes hesitate to even wear them back inside. What do you guys do in this situation?
Horsedoc 08/01/15 07:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lawn Tractor Trailer Spotter?

oops need to read the entire thread before commenting
Horsedoc 07/21/15 05:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toad: Most space in the least weight

Up until 2005 the Element could be towed by running through the gears (not using reverse) and letting it run for at least three minutes. Put it on neutral, release the parking brakes and turning the key to the unlock position. We towed the 2003 we have for thousands of miles. No problem. We have retired it, but it is so much a family member we keep it around 'just in case'.
Horsedoc 07/15/15 06:44pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Scary New Credit Card

Our Citibank Credit Card (not debit card) has a chip. The only retailer we've seen with a chip reader is Walmart. The card does not get swiped, just inserted into the bottom of the reader (at least at Walmart). No signature was required. Our last purchase was more than $50, but less than $100. We don't have a PIN for our credit card. Well we probably do, but I have no idea what it is. Every store is different. More and more seem to be adopting the policy if you swipe the card it is as good as you signing for it. -Michael Exactly as it works for me at WalMart. All other transactions (and I travel a lot in my job) have been slide, add zip and pump the gas
Horsedoc 07/15/15 06:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: Mount Rushmore National Park

Well, the 'one' is NOT hiway 40 from Hermosa to Keystone, nor is it the Keystone-Hill city hiway, nor is it 244 that comes up the mountain from behind Rushmore. Is that three? There is a large tunnel on 16A coming into Keystone from the north, but that is not a problem because there is a by-pass on the right that is directly beside the tunnel
Horsedoc 07/11/15 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Roof Seam Caulk

I'm with smlranger. We bought a Itasca Horizon (Winnebago Journey equivalent) new and had it serviced in Forest City one year. Then emphasized the importance of keeping the roof/sidewall seams sealed. They used to get 400 to seal the seams, but the tech told me to do it myself and save my money. The price of two tubes of caulk from their store and a few hours of labor and it was done. Never wanting to do that again, (fell off the ladder leaned against the side) I took it another step and thoroughly cleaned and sealed from the roof to the bottom of the rain gutter using Ebond tape. It was still sealed tight with no loose edges when we sold the coach several years later. Eternabond is some good stuff, but you have to put it on right
Horsedoc 07/04/15 06:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to buy a used RV

Ride a few hours south and check out Porter's RVs in Anderson SC. They have a large number of all sorts from truck campers to pushers. Never bought one from them but have toured their lot and they are very cordial in their contact. Have warranties available also Right on I-85
Horsedoc 06/28/15 10:15am General RVing Issues
Another good reason to go camping

might head to this place LOL!
Horsedoc 06/28/15 09:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Driving with landing gear partially extended?

TH ????
Horsedoc 06/26/15 10:13am General RVing Issues
RE: GPS data base

I believe this may be a model made for CW because the Garmin site does not even list it. Probably as the OP said, with Camping World stores already identified. I might leave that one alone.
Horsedoc 06/16/15 08:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: GPS data base

I believe this may be a model made for CW because the Garmin site does not even list it. Probably as the OP said, with Camping World stores already identified. I might leave that one alone.
Horsedoc 06/16/15 08:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping in Atlanta ga

My bad, I meant WEST Atlanta in the area around Sweet Auburn and west of the capital
Horsedoc 06/14/15 06:48pm Family Camping
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