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RE: When a redneck wins the lottery....

in the mean time in Texas https://i.imgur.com/dZ4QF1gl.jpg "border=0" https://i.imgur.com/m3zZPvb.pngClick For Full-Size Image. Actually that is a Mutant Vehicle at Burning Man. About as different from Texas as one can get. RichH
aguablanco 10/15/21 09:33am Truck Campers
RE: Domicle not getting caught?

Just use the kids address and get drivers licenses, registration, insurance and any other things you would do when you move. Have your bills go electronic with auto pay. You are not the first people to retire to AZ from NY. RichH
aguablanco 04/01/21 03:55pm Full-time RVing
RE: FOB keys and theft

Someday we will all need a faraday bag to store our tin-foil hat Ain't that the truth. The signal sent by fobs is actually encoded computer data that is actually encoded. The radio signal is nothing but a carrier. This type of story was often told in regards to garage door openers. Something about a code grabber stealing the transmission and recording it for future use. I'm not saying they don't exist, at some level, but in over 25 years as a garage door contractor I never saw one. And believe me, I looked. While it may be worth the cost of R&D for such a device to steal a million dollar plus motor home or a high end sports car,the thieves that would steal a normal car or trailer will use much cruder methods to achieve their goal. RichH
aguablanco 02/11/21 12:10am Tech Issues
RE: Safety in Puerto Penasco

Was just there, at Playa Bonita RV Park, from Oct 15-24 and had absolutely no issues. Border crossing was as easy as usual. Virtually all restaurants, we only ate outdoors, require everyone to wear masks. Only place I felt uncomfortable was the Malecon where most of the vendors didn't wear masks and we avoided after finding that out. BTW There are parking meters all along the Malecon now. I would not hesitate to return if they keep taking the pandemic as seriously as they are now. RichH
aguablanco 11/12/20 02:10pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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