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Land border closed to Canada

We open our land border to the U.S. to "non-essential" visitors so they can look after their owned property here in Canada but we can't do the same for our owned property we own in the U.S.,, sure we can fly over but we can't drive across in our RV's and other than protecting the airline industry I simply can't see how it's safer to stuff a couple of hundred people into a aluminum tube with a closed ventilation system opposed to me and my wife going through your border in our truck and driving down to Florida?? I actually sent an E-Mail to Biden reminding him on how we share the longest border in the world and we are the only people that go to the U.S. with money, health insurance and leave when we're supposed to not to mention that Canadians own over $15 billion worth of property in Florida alone and spend around $5 billion a year while we're there! I'm seriously considering selling my RV lot, let's see how long this post stays up,,
MPI_Mallard 09/22/21 03:44pm Snowbirds
Hookin' the Honda,,,,

I have a Honda 3000ie genny that I use on my 50amp CC fiver' and I need some advise. The new fiver's receptacle is in the middle so I need to make a longer chord to reach from the back rack where it lives. An electrician made a 10' chord for me years ago that had the needed plug to go into the 30amp receptacle on the Honda and the other end has the 50 amp plug for the fiver, on the 50amp plug he jumped one of the four wires so the three from the genny's 30amp would work??? I guess?? I have a 30amp chord, could I not install the 30amp plug that fits the genny and plug the other end into my 30 to 50 amp dogbone?? Red Green: There's only two things that excite a man, expensive toys and real expensive toys.
MPI_Mallard 07/25/21 12:40pm Tech Issues
RE: Towing My Boat Behind My Fiver'

Appreciate the comments,,,,
MPI_Mallard 07/24/21 09:53am Fifth-Wheels
Towing My Boat Behind My Fiver'

Looking for some opinions from those who have done this,,, i have a Dodge 3500 diesel dually with a 36' CC fiver that I travel from Ontario to Florida and I'm considering bringing my 20' inboard boat with me. I understand that triple towing is illegal in Georgia and Florida but I've seen so many doing it and have been told by many that the police don't bother snow-birds doing it. Again I'd like to hear your opinions,, thanks in advance!
MPI_Mallard 07/15/21 01:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dometic 4 door rv fridge ice buildup

No icemaker (except for Frau Bl├╝cher) it collects about a 1/2" of snowy ice on the back wall of the freezer an the aluminum fins inside the fridge,,
MPI_Mallard 06/13/21 08:54am Tech Issues
Dometic 4 door rv fridge ice buildup

I have a 4 door dometic 2-way fridge and it ice's up regularly, I checked the seals and they are good,, any ideas?
MPI_Mallard 06/11/21 09:51am Tech Issues
House battery not charging

I have a Cedar Creek 36CKTS fiver' that I now see that the one 12V house battery seems not to be charging, as our fiver' is stationary and plugged in 24/7 while at our campsite I am at a loss as to why. If someone has any ideas also the proper way to diagnose it would be appreciated,,, Thanks in advance Red Green: Golfing is those who refuse to learn how to fish!!
MPI_Mallard 05/22/21 12:04pm Fifth-Wheels
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