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RE: Highway 66 in Oregon

I would also like to know where 97 is closed. I don't see a closure on either OR or CA transportation maps. I asked a few years ago about getting from Klamath Falls over to I-5. I was told on here to take 140 and not to take 66. So I took 140. It was a nice drive.
Janss 07/07/21 01:31pm Roads and Routes
RE: Online order

If you have a phone, I would call this help number 888-626-7576 that is right at the top of their website.
Janss 06/30/21 02:33pm Camping World Accessories
RE: Roadside Assistance

I doubt that any roadside assistance would include repairing your levelers. I've always assumed RA includes towing, tires, batteries, and lockout. I just checked my Good Sam RA brochure and it indicates that they will try to send a mobile mechanic for repairs, but at the customer's cost for parts and labor.
Janss 06/28/21 06:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tow distance limits

The limit, per se, is not 2 miles. GSRA once towed my motorhome 80 miles. This is a quote from their brochure: "Good Sam Roadside Assistance pays 100% of the towing fees for the delivery of your vehicle to the nearest professional service center capable and willing to repair your vehicle." Key point...they do and pay for unlimited towing to the **nearest facility**. You don't get to choose the facility. I bet the nearest service center was 2 miles away.
Janss 06/28/21 05:55pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Email notifications of new post

I use Firefox on a MacBook Pro with Earthlink webmail. Well, I just brought the messages to my hard drive with Mac Mail and the links are clickable! I guess it's a problem with Earthlink...but there are other emails in webmail with clickable links, so I doubt it's a universal setting problem. Anyway, I can't find a setting related to this. Guess I'll have to contact Earthlink. BTW, I am very very careful about clicking on links in emails.
Janss 06/25/21 09:35pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: How old is too old?

There will be no consensus. Just like driving a car, you are too old when you feel that by driving, you are a danger to yourself and others on the road. Be honest with yourself and considerate to others about when that time comes. I'm curious...exactly what are you thinking about when you think ahead to when you can no longer handle your rig. Hopefully you are living life to the fullest while you can!
Janss 06/25/21 06:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Email notifications of new post

That's what I do. I just want to know how to get the blue hyperlink back, or why it disappeared, or if anyone else has this problem.
Janss 06/24/21 06:48pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

Surgtech94....In a pot on the stove, I put a can of drained corn, 1/2 can of drained, rinsed black beans (we don't like the burrito to taste too beany), the shredded pork, and Rotel (tomatoes with green chilies). Sometimes I also put in green enchilada sauce. But you don't want it too soupy. Stir together and warm. Place tortilla on plate and spoon in a bunch of the pork mixture. Fold as burrito. Top with sour cream and salsa...can add avocado, shredded cheese, etc. as desired. Very simple and surprisingly delicious!
Janss 06/24/21 04:23pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Email notifications of new post

Recently my email notifications are not showing the web address as a blue hyperlink. So I have to copy and paste. Anyone else have this problem? Know what to do about it?
Janss 06/24/21 02:30pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Springfield, MA area campgrounds?

I don't know. Maybe someone else does. Best to call the Big E to find out.
Janss 06/23/21 08:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A basketball question....or two

I literally searched the meaning of "travelling in basketball" on the internet a couple days ago! Rules change over the years. Apparently now the players are allowed a "gather" step if they are in motion when catching a pass (time to gather the ball securely, I guess) and then the two steps up to a layup.
Janss 06/19/21 08:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: Bardstown ky

Look here and here.
Janss 06/19/21 07:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Springfield, MA area campgrounds?

I stayed at the Big E fairgrounds a couple years ago. But it was during an event that we attended. The camping section that we stayed in was decent and sufficient. However not every campsite had all 3 hookups, some hookups were shared, some didn't have sewer, etc. For example, I had to hook up my electric cord to a post at the back of the campsite next to me. Not a big deal, but it took me some time to find just the right campsite to choose.
Janss 06/17/21 11:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Susanville, CA to Bend, OR

Thanks Y-Guy. That old thread is very helpful.
Janss 06/16/21 10:55am Roads and Routes
RE: Susanville, CA to Bend, OR

Hope you don't mind me adding on a question. Some years ago I drove this route. From Susanville I took 395 to Alturas, then 299 over to 139. Is there any problem with 139 between Susanville to Canby? Seems like I was advised not to drive that section of 139, but maybe there was construction or a fire that year (I can't remember).
Janss 06/15/21 09:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

Our mainstay that we take is shredded pork. At home, I cook a pork shoulder in the crockpot with just onions, garlic, salt and pepper. Shred it up and split into several serving bags. On the road, we either add bbq sauce for sandwiches or make burritos by adding green chili/enchilada sauce or rotel and canned black beans and corn, plus other condiments on hand like shredded cheese, sour cream, salsa. You could do all this with chicken too. Also, sometimes I precook a few hamburgers to freeze.
Janss 06/12/21 12:22pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Highway 93 Nevada suggestions.

Cathedral Gorge State Park has very cool interesting scenery. There is a campground there, but not free.
Janss 05/28/21 11:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: Montana

I've been to Montana several times (have friends there). Glacier is about the only must see, as far as I've experienced. But I'll add a few other things to see/do. Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park (with campground) in Whitehall In Bozeman, Museum of the Rockies and a really neat little Computer Museum (you don't have to be a computer nerd to enjoy). Great Falls has a very good Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. In Fort Benton, also a very interesting Museum Complex. Can't help with campsites...we stay on our friends' property and drive the car around.
Janss 05/28/21 09:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Most Desired Accessories

I carry an extra water pressure regulator and an extra water filter. Also an extra fresh water hose, a 50amp (or 30) extension cord, and an extra length of sewer hose...because you never know where the utilities will be located. Some people carry a full size ladder. I only carry a three step ladder so I can wash my windshield.
Janss 05/22/21 12:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running generator all night - Cpap

Do you know why they had to use their generator when there are hookups? Maybe their electric cord or the campsite post was damaged? My spouse uses a 12v cord (when no hookups), which people on this forum have indicated uses less power (or more efficient) than running the cpap with an inverter.
Janss 05/20/21 11:11am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
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