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RE: Revenge is mine, says the buffalo herd...

In Yellowstone, elk mating season. Two buck elks, in a discussion, with BIG horns, about whose territory it was. Two tourists, with flash cameras, trying to get a closeup of mad Elk, about 2-3 hundred yards out in a field, with a fence between them and an car or shelter. Lucky nobody got hurt too bad. But boy could those tourists run!!
Johno02 08/23/19 07:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: location of valves on hwh kickdown jacks

look on the jack, close to where the hoes is connected.
Johno02 08/23/19 03:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I Hate the Heat

Anywhere except Tennessee. It is hot, wet, and sticky, and freezes in the winter. Besides, it is getting too crowded here.
Johno02 08/23/19 03:00pm Full-time RVing
RE: Hooking up to a well

Find someone in your area that drills or services wells and well pumps. They will be your best source of information about local requirements. Normally, a well is pumped into some type of holding tank, with necessary pressure switched to maintain a set pressure without having the pump run all the time. These are usually located in a weather proof structure somewhere close to the actual well. Direct connection to the well pump is usually not recommended, due to whatever pressure is available at the wellhead. So, best to find a local authority, and have the installation done properly.
Johno02 08/23/19 02:55pm Full-time RVing
RE: Awning springs have power - I learned the hard way

Sorry you got hurt. Hope your posting keeps someone else from having the same accident.
Johno02 08/23/19 08:25am Tech Issues
RE: Revenge is mine, says the buffalo herd...

Funniest thing we have seen was a couple with kids trying to get a donkey head back out of the passenger window. Don't feed the donkeys!!
Johno02 08/23/19 08:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Revenge is mine, says the buffalo herd...

Turn sound on and click here.
Johno02 08/22/19 11:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Revenge is mine, says the buffalo herd...

Johno02 08/22/19 11:03am General RVing Issues
RE: shutting down generator with air conditioner running

Mine will pop the circuit breaker every time I do that. So I shut everything off, then stop generator.
Johno02 08/22/19 10:47am Tech Issues
RE: RV damage after accident

A big roll of Gorilla tape will get you home.
Johno02 08/22/19 09:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Removing Silicone caulk

People continue to use it, because when they go to a store to get a sealer, the silicones are pushed on them by ads or salespeople as the best thing to use, and no one knows any better. Even many RV dealers do it, because it is the cheaper and most available thing in their stock.
Johno02 08/22/19 09:20am Tech Issues
RE: Air Conditioning Problems

We have 30' with just two slides, and in the temps now, both are running during the day. In a shady CG last weekend, Outside in the 90+ range, we did very well with only one AC most of the time. Most RV units have no provision for adding gas, some techs can do it, some say it can't be done. But you should get about 20 degrees drop from either unit. I leave topside vents open most of the time, so hottest air can escape, and small fans front and back to circulate air better through the coach.
Johno02 08/20/19 08:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Air Conditioning Problems

Find a shady place. What you have is about it, but do check the in and out temps. Do you have one or two ACs??
Johno02 08/20/19 07:38pm Tech Issues
RE: Step carpet

Looks good.
Johno02 08/20/19 06:48pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 8' high manual vent and fan

Made mine from a piece of plastic pipe. Ugly, but it works. Would rather have a remote.
Johno02 08/19/19 08:33am Tech Issues
RE: 8' high manual vent and fan

Made mine from a piece of plastic pipe. Ugly, but it works. Would rather have a remote.
Johno02 08/19/19 08:32am Tech Issues
RE: My 350/3500 is just too big to fit between the lines!

One was an experienced courteous driver, the other was just a self-centered idiot.
Johno02 08/18/19 06:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: dumb problem with blue ox tow bar hookup

Always have used the spring pins, and always carry a couple of extras. Have lost several over the years, and have had some stolen. Have NEVER had one come out. You do need to relieve tension on the hitch or the main pins can be very difficult.
Johno02 08/18/19 06:42pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Have not Camped Mid Season For Awhile....

Spent last week at LBL in Tenn-Kentucky. We had reservations, but there seemed to be plenty of available sites. They have a limited number of full Hookup sites, but there were a few of those that were empty also. So it really depends on where you want to go. This area can get quite hot and humid in the summer, so many folks prefer to stay home in the AC, especially July and August. But there are many places that are quite pleasant.
Johno02 08/18/19 06:33pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Front Night Shade

DW replaced our front shades( and all the others) with new ones she made from ECLIPSE room darkening shades from Walmar. Just bought the ones on sale, and used the material to fabricate new shades and curtains. The outside is white, which reduces heat transfer also. Our tracks were OK, so it was just a matter of attaching oops to the hooks. track and hooks are available at many RV suppliers.
Johno02 08/18/19 06:05pm Class A Motorhomes
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