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RE: BLM considering restrictions on dispersed camping in Utah

Busloads of millions of foreigners in our National Parks add to the problem. Overcrowding, a busload of people in the bathroom all at once, they are trashed and stink to high heaven. Try going into the Visitor Center or Gift Shop...overrun by too many people. Pretty soon you will not be able to drive through Yosemite and will have to get on a Shuttle. Record sales of RV's but no new campground facilities or updating of parks to handle all the people. No respect for the environment, peace and quiet, or others anymore. They closed down the Rubicon due to feces, trash, and the same reasons. What a shame. Please take your bigotry elsewhere. I don't come to this website to hear that. All part of the ever growing complaints in all our parks. Bigotry has nothing to do with it. It is a fact. I would say you are a Bigot and "indifferent" to others opinions by your post. I do not "come on here" for people like you to call me names or for your approval. You go "elsewhere" and do not read my posts if you do not like them. Nothing really new here. Bigots almost always believe their bigotry is justified.
Seattle Steve 07/05/19 06:14pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: BLM considering restrictions on dispersed camping in Utah

Busloads of millions of foreigners in our National Parks add to the problem. Overcrowding, a busload of people in the bathroom all at once, they are trashed and stink to high heaven. Try going into the Visitor Center or Gift Shop...overrun by too many people. Pretty soon you will not be able to drive through Yosemite and will have to get on a Shuttle. Record sales of RV's but no new campground facilities or updating of parks to handle all the people. No respect for the environment, peace and quiet, or others anymore. They closed down the Rubicon due to feces, trash, and the same reasons. What a shame. Please take your bigotry elsewhere. I don't come to this website to hear that.
Seattle Steve 07/05/19 11:48am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Winegard® Connect™ 2.0 WiFi & 4G LTE

If I were going to go with the Winegard Connect (and I'm not), I would strongly consider the Togo Roadlink version. They negotiated a special deal with ATT for $30 per month unlimited data. That requires an annual payment of $360 instead of monthly, and locks you into ATT, but it's hard to beat that price for unlimited data.
Seattle Steve 06/26/19 08:34am Technology Corner
RE: Our new 2019 Rubicon

I don't drive one 'cause I know how they are put together. That's also why no one from Elkhart Indiana owns an RV. ;)
Seattle Steve 06/25/19 09:43am Dinghy Towing
RE: Home monitoring system?

It's nice to (maybe, if everything works correctly) be able to see a problem while snowbirding, but then what? You're 1000 miles away. You still need someone there with access to fix the problem. Nothing beats a neighbor or friend regularly checking on the place, even if you have to pay them.
Seattle Steve 06/20/19 09:44am Technology Corner
RE: RV-Dump parking sloping the wrong way

When on the road, it doesn't really matter that much. No need to get every last drop out. Even with a mild slope, almost everything empties. Only time I want it cleaner than that is when I'm putting it into storage. (I just realized I could lower the levelers on the passenger side if I really cared that much. I've never done it.)
Seattle Steve 06/13/19 08:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone glacier NP with no reservations

Remember, Fishing Bridge RV park is closed this season, so that's 340 less RV sites this year. It will be harder than normal to find a place without a reservation.
Seattle Steve 06/13/19 06:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping with Dobermans

Get a Million $ insurance policy guaranteeing coverage for any and all damages they might cause...I would then let them into my RV Park as that would make up for voiding my insurance. No need for a policy you keep your vacancy and I will keep my money. I know I can find another park without breed restrictions to accept my money, I hope/trust you can find another camper to fill your vacancy. It's a win for both of us no policy required. I've spent thousands in camping fees over the years, unfortunately none of it went to your CG. Unfortunately your breed restricting policies are restricting your revenues along with the dogs. You are only seeing one side of the issue. As a non-pet person, I always check out the pet rules at potential parks and choose the ones with the strictest rules. So, in my case, they are gaining business because of their rules. I'm pretty sure there are far more people RVing without pets than there are people RVing with dogs on the aggressive breeds list, so the parks with stricter rules are going to be the winners.
Seattle Steve 06/13/19 05:03pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Lithium batteries high for Stepwell, will they start genny?

My existing tie down strap should work. But has any one out there actually installed Lithium in their step compartment? What's the advatage of AGM's besides price? They don't discharge at a constant voltage or charge as fast as Lithium. Here's a video giving estimated cost comparisons between the 3 types of batteries. RV Battery Comparison
Seattle Steve 06/09/19 04:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Battery Destroyers Rejoice

If we start discussing wacky legislation passed in California, we'll never have time to discuss RV issues. ;)
Seattle Steve 06/09/19 04:11pm Tech Issues
RE: blocks for leveling under jacks and tires

I love my SnapPads. They stay permanently on the jacks so I never have to do anything except put the leveling jacks down. One of the purposes of having jack pads is being able to move them. For example, at some sites we've had to double up the jack pads at the front or back to get level. My jacks move independently and automatically adjust for unlevel ground. They work great for me.
Seattle Steve 06/09/19 01:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mesa,Az RV Park

Your route will work, but certainly won't be any quicker than driving through San Bernardino. Frankly, I much prefer driving through the LA area than the Phoenix area.
Seattle Steve 06/09/19 10:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: blocks for leveling under jacks and tires

I love my SnapPads. They stay permanently on the jacks so I never have to do anything except put the leveling jacks down.
Seattle Steve 06/09/19 09:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What's the best today for seasonal MI-FI ?

This might not work for you, but here's what I do. I have an iPad pro 12.9 with cellular. ATT has a pay-as-you-go plan for $35, 30 days unlimited. It can also be used as a hotspot for other devices. We're never out for more than 30 days, so it works perfect for us. Almost everything I watch is on the iPad anyway, but I can stream to a TV if I want to. So the $35 a month unlimited is great, but the cost of entry (cellular iPad) is prohibitive unless you need/want an iPad.
Seattle Steve 06/05/19 10:28pm Technology Corner
RE: Electric issues

Normally there is a separate flasher for the turn signals and the emergency flashers. They usually look the same (about 1” diameter silver can.) Did you try replacing the emergency flasher? It’s really just a timed relay switch, and it’s possible the relay inside the flasher Is stuck.
Seattle Steve 06/05/19 08:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Proper Cheese

My vote is pepper jack anyplace I can get away with it. That would include a patty melt.
Seattle Steve 06/05/19 06:33pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Gmail not Working anymore in my Edge browser

Google has been having major problems with their servers starting a couple days ago. Gmail is one of the things affected. Not affecting all users, just accounts using the problem servers. Last I heard, it has not been fully resolved. You might be one of the unlucky ones.
Seattle Steve 06/05/19 05:31pm Technology Corner
RE: Storing tools for the RV

I have a leatherman multi-tool in my glove compartment. Other than that, my tools are a phone and a credit card. They go in my pocket.
Seattle Steve 06/04/19 09:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Level Mate Pro Question

It took me less than a minute to find the website, find the manual, and find the diagram inside the manual that answers your question.
Seattle Steve 06/03/19 08:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Branson MO RV Parks

Is it time for the weekly "Best place to stay in Branson" thread already?
Seattle Steve 06/03/19 08:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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