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RE: Paducah, Kentucky question

Quilters Mecca. The flood wall and the murals. About it
Veebyes 04/13/21 08:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 5050 miles in 9 Travel Days

Sheesh! I am worrying about 10000 miles in 120 days not being enough to see what there is to be seen.
Veebyes 04/13/21 07:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: What do you use for local travel once camped up?

We have a couple ofthese the XFS model. Rim size looks to be the same as most BMX bikes. The only changes recommended would be to replace with BMX tires & a more comfy seat.
Veebyes 04/01/21 06:09am Beginning RVing
RE: What do you use for local travel once camped up?

There are an awful lot of pedal bikes that never come off of the carrier rack. We bought two foldups with good intentions. They are well beaten up. Not from use but from being hauled around & getting scratched getting moved from inside the trailer to against a tree. Anything is better than a pedal bike but for getting around the local area look at a 150-250cc scooter such as this. https://i.imgur.com/0J6vd8pl.jpg
Veebyes 03/31/21 07:13pm Beginning RVing
RE: Also replacement axle

https://www.easternmarine.com/ Right in your backyard.
Veebyes 03/29/21 09:28am Tech Issues
RE: RV At Dealer for 90 Days Now for An Awning Replacement!!!!!

Even if I had a dealer to go to, I don't, I would use a mobile tech. Have the awning shipped wherever necessary, & be prepared to give the tech a hand since an awning is a big awkward thing to handle.
Veebyes 03/26/21 07:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Removing seized shackle bolts?

Just did the same job and it took a long box wrench wedged against the frame and a 24" breaker bar. As soon as it broke loose it was normal ratchet work. Keep in mind that the nuts bottom against the shoulder of the bolt so it locks on more than if it was just holding two pieces together. This way. You need a bigger 'hammer'. Sometimes you need to get creative. I had a similar situation in a very awkward place but I got one end secure with a box wrench up against something secure & the other side had a breaker bar with pipe extension. Here is the 'extra' part. It was not moving even with the pipe at the end of the breaker bar so I used a bottle jack, put considerable pressure on it, sprayed the area with penetrating oil, & walked away. Came back the next day & it had broken free.
Veebyes 03/26/21 07:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Free overnight camping in small towns

Free is rare but across the country there are small towns with parks that have a few sites. Easier to find a county fairgrounds or state fairgrounds. Basic & mostly cheap. Often close to unoccupied. FHUs unlikely but good for power at least.
Veebyes 03/23/21 08:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Interesting vehicle

I suspect that this is like the sailor in the boating world. He has a sailboat but hardly ever actually sails it. More often than not he is motoring from place to place. Same with these expedition RVs. They seldom truly get off the beaten path. They spend most of their time at a FHU CG.
Veebyes 03/19/21 10:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Delaware and Maryland camping help

Keep searching. There are a bunch of CGs on the Eastern Shore. My home turf so to speak but we stick to the SPs such as Martinak in Denton, MD, Killens Pond SP, S of Dover, DE. & Assateague Nat Seashore S of Ocean City. There are private CGs also but, as pointed out already, few give value for money. 4-5 nights should not be a big deal without FHU.
Veebyes 03/15/21 05:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Interesting vehicle

Creative. I would think that such a setup using a similar class truck is very common in Australia & Europe where the humans are much smaller & there is no need for the 40 & 45' tag axle monsters which are so common running around N America.
Veebyes 03/11/21 03:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: "Waxing" a fifth wheel camper

Everyone wants easy. Years of saltwater kept boats & now RV have taught me that easy & durable should not be used in the same sentence. Lots of products remove grime & light chalking to produce a wonderful satisfying shine. Many of them are combination cleaner waxes. Typically they look good for a month or so & then the sun gets to the surface again & it needs redoing. For durability you can't beat a product that is formulated to be a one purpose durable protectant. This is not easy. It is a three step process of wash, cleaner wax to get stains & chalking off, then protectant wax/sealer for a long lasting shine. My preference is to do this process once a year except for the front cap, which takes a beating from acidic bugs hitting it at highway speeds. It gets a twice a year treatment.
Veebyes 03/08/21 07:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Boarder Crossing

The fastest crossing we ever had into Canada was at Port Huron. No line. I don't think that we were stopped for more than a minute. We have crossed many times at many places. Almost every time has been easy. Most unpleasant was a US agent in WA who must have been having a bad day & was completely without humour. We always pull up to the window prepared. Turn engine off. Take sunglasses off. Have all possibly needed paperwork ready. Start off with a Good morning, Good afternoon or a simple Hi, how you doing? These people have tough jobs to do often dealing with less than honest people. They ask some dumb questions sometimes. "Where have you come from?" demanded this officer at the WA state crossing. He did did not see the humour in me leaning out the window a little, pointing backwards & saying "Canada." Almost an hour later it had gone pretty far down the hill. No inspection of RV. Much of the problem caused by the officers own lack of understanding of who needs to have a visa to enter the US & who does not.
Veebyes 03/05/21 06:51am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Wiring a boat

A skiff is a different boat to different people. The common understanding is that it will be less than 20' long generally. Do you have a side console, a center console or tiller steer? Where will the depth finder/fish liar be mounted? For mine I ran a decent gauge line from my battery switch to a bus bar in the console. From that power can be supplied to all accessories, navigation lights, cigarette lighter, depth finder, anything else 12V that I might want to power. https://i.imgur.com/dNjykExl.jpg "border=0" https://i.imgur.com/m3zZPvb.pngClick For Full-Size Image.
Veebyes 03/05/21 06:25am Tech Issues
RE: RV Ferry cost to Vancouver Island?

Look at their website Too easy.
Veebyes 03/02/21 07:26am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: campground reservations

Memorial Day & July 4th weekends, now if you can. All other weekends, the sooner the better if in touristy areas. Sunday to Thursday, wing it. Keep in mind that the FHU sites go first. W/E sites next. Simple power sites. Dry sites least demand.
Veebyes 03/02/21 07:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will it be difficult to find a reliable 5er on a 20K budget

Ir is a sellers market right now generally speaking however if you are after a more up market model you might be above the scrambling herd. We bought an up market unit when the market was soft & we also bought at the end of the season when sellers are looking at storage fees with so few buyers around. We were almost three months between first contact & closing the deal meanwhile the seller had dropped his price considerably got no solid bites. We had only three possible models fitting our buy list & the seller had the top one. A big gamble since this model is extremely rare. You play the game.
Veebyes 02/28/21 07:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Raising our 5er

Installing the Correct Track system will raise the trailer 3". A relatively inexpensive & easy install.
Veebyes 02/26/21 06:42am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Using RV generator as backup for house?

No reason why not. Treat the house like a big RV & be aware of what is on & what is not. You will need to run a sizeable guage line from the genny to house panel. Connect on the house side of the main panel switch. Make sure that the switch is OFF when on your genny. Trying to back feed the whole grid won't go well at all. A 3000W genny should power the average home no problem but turn big power hogs such as A/C or electric heat circuits off to be sure. My 3000W portable genny runs everything in my hose just fine, two smallish water heaters & a shallow well pump included. It has been put to good use during hurricane power failures a number of times.
Veebyes 02/25/21 07:06am Tech Issues
RE: Stand Alone Charger

Our inverter/charger failed mid trip. Bought a stand alone charger so that we could carry on till an onboard replacement was acquired. Nothing fancy required. 20amp does the job but takes awhile if the battery bank is low.
Veebyes 02/25/21 06:52am Tech Issues
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