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RE: 50 Amp Receptacle to Inverter

Where did you find a 3000 watt PSW inverter for $300? I might be interested. I would only need the high wattage for a second or two at a time, when both my freezers come on simultaneously. Running wattage would be under 1000 and so a cheaply built 3000 watt inverter might be just what I need :-).
Naio 04/04/20 09:54am Tech Issues
RE: This might be helpful for single ladies

I also do not believe that 99% of people are fine. I was married twice, both to men who would charm your socks off it you met them, and they were both horribly abusive behind closed doors. Maybe I just know too much about how people really can be. It's made me smarter, not more afraid. There will always be folks who believe in their safety, but no place is truly safe, no matter where you are. I'm so sorry you were targeted by those guys. And this is an example of what I was saying about experiences that women have, that men do not necessarily understand. I bet your husbands were perfectly safe guys to be around, for men.
Naio 04/03/20 11:17am Full-time RVing
RE: The sound of wings -- no longer just for us boondockers

I am at my s&b (thankfully made it home just in time), in a small city. The daily sounds here remind me a lot of snow. The muffling, and the fact that nobody is driving.
Naio 04/03/20 10:11am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: This might be helpful for single ladies

I think men often don't understand what women experience in our daily lives, and how these experiences affect our sense of safety. Women protect men from this knowledge. We don't tell our husbands, friends, fathers, brothers what happens to us.
Naio 04/03/20 10:07am Full-time RVing
RE: Snowbirds In Limbo As Coronavirus Upends Travel Plans

In case anyone hasn't seen it (I just saw it), Escapees has a good page of advise, including links to open campgrounds: https://www.escapees.com/coronavirus/ My heart goes out to people who are on the road or full-timers now.
Naio 04/03/20 10:02am Snowbirds
RE: Closing campgrounds and no where to go

In case anyone hasn't seen it (I just saw it), Escapees has a good page of advise, including links to open campgrounds: https://www.escapees.com/coronavirus/
Naio 04/03/20 09:59am Full-time RVing
RE: Chromebook questions

Oh yes, the printer thing is a hassle! Mine can only connect to a printer via wifi, and my (old) printer doesn't do wifi. What I'm doing for now is putting the files I want to print on my SD card, and then sticking the SD card in my old laptop, which can talk to the printer (but, ironically, can't do wifi!).
Naio 03/27/20 12:22pm Technology Corner
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

folks who think we might only have 12 years left anyway I don't even know what this means. It must be some dog whistle my ears are not tuned to hear. In other news, and in a typical extreme flip-flop, our fearless leader is now tweeting that we need to immediately manufacture a gazillion ventilators.
Naio 03/27/20 11:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Chromebook questions

I've been using a Chromebook as my only computer for several years. You don't have to be connected to the internet. Most of them have tiny hard drives, like 32gb. Get a 128gb SD card for $20, stick it in, and it is your hard drive. If you need the space you can get more than one. No need to mess with a usb external drive.
Naio 03/27/20 11:00am Technology Corner
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

Denial and anger are the first stages of grief. We are all grieving the loss of the world we knew. Remember, COVID is contagious for up to 14 days before a person has any symptoms at all. Stay home and away from the people who aren't being careful, even if they look perfectly healthy.
Naio 03/27/20 10:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

The highways are open. Any statements to the contrary here are incorrect. Lots of folks are making their way home at this very moment. Did I miss something? I haven't seen anybody talking about highways being closed.
Naio 03/23/20 11:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

Our RV is our home, but we are slowly heading north to our upstate NY family cottage where we'll hunker down for awhile until things settle down. We're currently near Savannah, GA and are not concerned at all about passing through the seven states we'll traverse on our way to NY from Florida. Since we'll be calling the cottage "home" for this purpose, if asked, we'll just say we can't obey a stay home order until we get home. This is why so many people are going to die unnecessarily in the US. We've been raised all our lives to think that our country is the exception to everything, and that we as individuals are exceptions to every rule.
Naio 03/23/20 10:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Can a modified sine wave inverter damage rlectronics

I have personally killed two Windows laptops with an MSW inverter. I ran one of the laptops off the inverter for several days or weeks before the laptop died. I had a backup laptop, different model from the same company, and it used to the same charger. I plugged the charger into Shore power, and charged my backup laptop with it. This killed the backup laptop. So the MSW inverter damaged the charger in some way that caused it to kill the second laptop. My MSW inverter has a USB Jack that is active even when the inverter is switched off. I've used that to charge my phone a few times with no problem. Of course I don't know if doing it multiple times over time would be problematic.
Naio 03/23/20 08:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

OP, I don't know about Florida, but where I am things have been changing dramatically every single day. In your shoes I would not assume that I would be able to get gas for the RV along the way, or propane, or canned veggies to stock the boat with. Certainly you are not going to be able to get any toilet paper ;). What if you get a flat tire? Or something more serious happens to the RV on the road? what if there's no shop open within 300 miles? I think you should do what the CDC says, and stay put.
Naio 03/23/20 08:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: The danger of self-isolating from COVID-19 on public lands

Why does everyone think that 100% of the people will get deathly ill from Corona virus? Fact is to may have or had it and not even know about it. That is how little it will affect most people! Yes you need to be aware of things, but at the same time why act like he world is going to end! It's a personal responsibility issue. If you're over 70, there's a very high chance that you will get pneumonia from covid 19. But you probably won't die from the pneumonia, if you can get to the ICU within a few hours and if that ICU has a ventilator that is available to use on you. You may have permanent health consequences from the use of the ventilator. You may be permanently disabled, but you will be alive. But the only way there's going to be a ventilator available for you is if everyone except you stays home and does their social distancing. You count on everyone else to sacrifice themselves, so that you can go camping. That's not really very personally responsible, is it? We need to have the strength and integrity to stand up for ourselves and our community, here. We need to do what is right, even if it is not fun.
Naio 03/22/20 10:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The danger of self-isolating from COVID-19 on public lands

What are you going to eat? What if you both get too sick to drive? We normally have enough for a couple weeks eats and could stock up enough for a month if needed. Might not be the best culinary selection towards the end but no fear of starving. The whole point would be not to get sick. If we are out isolated, there is no source to catch the virus. It's the two-week incubation period that screws up this plan. You may have been exposed a few days ago. Today, you are contagious, but now and next week, and the week after, you still feel great. Perfectly healthy. Meanwhile, you have infected your whole family and the people at the grocery store. The people in Moab would prefer that you don't come there and infect them, when you stop for gas.
Naio 03/22/20 10:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The danger of self-isolating from COVID-19 on public lands

Wouldn’t the idea be to take a setup in which you are self contained and not running in and out of places like you are on vacation? What are you going to eat? What if you both get too sick to drive?
Naio 03/22/20 11:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
The danger of self-isolating from COVID-19 on public lands

Linky. ...visitors desperate for activity and distraction have flooded into Moab, Utah, the gateway to Arches National Park. “We had crowds of people that felt like peak summertime,” said Ashley Kumburis, who manages a rafting and jeep tour outfitter that’s still open. “If you didn’t know this contagious virus was spreading, you would think it was a regular summer day in Moab.” On March 16, doctors from Moab Regional Hospital sent a letter to Gov. Gary Herbert, R, asking for help. “We are writing this letter to implore you to shut down all non-essential business service in Moab,” it reads. Citing a lack of hospital beds and no local intensive care unit — at a time when lodging for the following weekend was estimated to be at between 75-95% capacity — officials were concerned that “tourism would drive the spread” of COVID-19. Within a few hours, the Southeast Utah Health Department issued an order closing restaurants and lodging, and camping on both public and private land to outside visitors. ...For people around the country, this is a confusing message. After hearing that outdoor spaces are the safest areas to avoid the spread of COVID-19, many are venturing out, seeking the sort of isolation that public lands offer. But when visitors start overwhelming gateway communities, the public lands are no longer a safe refuge. ...Sending people to parks means they’ll use the amenities in both the parks and in nearby towns. Grocery stores in the rural West, as in the rest of the country, are struggling to stay stocked, bathroom facilities will need cleaning, and the more visitors there are, the greater chance for injuries that might need to be treated in rural hospitals — hospitals that lack the capacity to treat them. ...And that’s not all: “I’m especially worried about fire season right now,” Anzelmo told me. “NPS employees from all different backgrounds form a good part of the wildland firefighting workforce.” Anzelmo fears what will happen if those employees get sick or overworked while trying to keep parks open during a national emergency. “Do we want to exhaust that bench of the federal workforce in public lands right now for a momentary feel-good moment while a pandemic is raging, or do we want to be smart and be ready for the other emergencies that are going to happen?” ..As Depoe Bay, like the rest of the country, prepares for a possible onslaught of COVID-19 cases, Fuller wants visitors to reconsider coming and unknowingly infecting her small community. “People can come back in the summer when things are better,” she said. “But not now.”
Naio 03/22/20 10:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Flatulence causing CO/Propane detector alarm?

1. Put your new detector farther from the bed. 2. Get some probiotics. 3. Stop eating so much alfalfa.
Naio 03/21/20 07:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do you know a good mail-order compounding pharmacy?

Apologies, I should have specified that I need one that ships out of state.
Naio 03/21/20 12:35pm General RVing Issues
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