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RE: Atlanta Explained

Avoid at all costs.
bgum 07/31/21 10:19am Around the Campfire
RE: Another noobie question.

We run with the gas on. We try to use the first pump in a two pump isle. That way the trailer is out in the clear and not near gas fumes. If someone wants to use the second pump they can pull in ahead of us or back up to the pump. Open flame near gas fumes is dangerous.
bgum 07/31/21 09:31am Truck Campers
RE: Introducing Tullamore Dew of Dundee, "Tully"

Will be laid back and an excellent companion.
bgum 07/31/21 09:25am RV Pet Stop
RE: Just have to get the picture...

Dim witted.
bgum 07/31/21 09:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

The restrictions don't bother us at all but dieing from a preventable condition does. We normally head north during leaf peeping season but with Tennessee in denial about the vaccinations and masks we will choose somewhere else. Somewhere we can sit in a restaurant where people wear masks and are fully vaccinated. We will wait and see what the conditions are like in the fall. We can beat this crud if we imposed vaccinations, masks, and improved testing of travelers. We don't plan to try to get around any restrictions as they are put in place to save people's lives. To do otherwise should be considered criminal. Yeah, you probably need to stay away from Louisiana as well. I wouldn’t call my state as being in denial but having common sense much like Louisiana has. I was just in Louisiana Tuesday and they appear to be living a normal life there much like Tennessee is. Agree with you totally. We have a bunch of dumb uneducated folks here who live day to day. We are first in everything bad and last in everything good. Not something anyone can take pride in. I did note that Tenn has half the new cases of covid vs LA but double the deaths. I hope both states get a grip on the problem.
bgum 07/31/21 09:00am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Go ahead...give it a try....

Wonder why they aren't vaccinating the illegal aliens before they ship them all over the country????? You would think that would be the first thing they would do. Agree get vaccinated or get deported immediately freedom of choice.
bgum 07/30/21 07:01pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

Fear is reason people are not being vaccinated. I remember in the service some feared the needle so much that they passed out. These same people don't donate blood for fear of the needle. They fear the needle and are ashamed to admit it so they give every reason under the sun to not step up. Come on folks man up so we can get rid of the restrictions.
bgum 07/30/21 05:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Go ahead...give it a try....

That fine should sting and be a deterrent to the other bright ones who are special.
bgum 07/30/21 04:50pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

As a result of covid 19 protocols we have experienced no colds, sinus issues, or other viruses. I can attribute this to mask wearing, increased washing of hands, and avoiding those who don't. So the pandemic has had positive impact in our lives. We have no plans to travel to Mexico or Canada so restrictions there do not impact us directly.
bgum 07/30/21 04:25pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

The restrictions don't bother us at all but dieing from a preventable condition does. We normally head north during leaf peeping season but with Tennessee in denial about the vaccinations and masks we will choose somewhere else. Somewhere we can sit in a restaurant where people wear masks and are fully vaccinated. We will wait and see what the conditions are like in the fall. We can beat this crud if we imposed vaccinations, masks, and improved testing of travelers. We don't plan to try to get around any restrictions as they are put in place to save people's lives. To do otherwise should be considered criminal.
bgum 07/30/21 09:11am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Dog's Sleeping Quarters

Don't believe it will work. They will feel too separated from the pack. A cat would like it.
bgum 07/29/21 08:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: New 4" heavy duty bumper cannot fit Rhino drain hose inside

Kellem stated your best solution.
bgum 07/28/21 12:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: New, low cost 100Ah 12V LiFePO4 battery !

I see 749
bgum 07/28/21 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: Mammoth Campground Yellowstone

Nearest is in Gardiner Montana.
bgum 07/27/21 05:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 8 people killed in Utah sand storm

Driving too fast and following too close for the conditions. It's not the first in line that experiences these things it's the 19 following him. The first in line didn't hit anyone but the 19 cars and trucks following him did. JRscooby nailed it. You are responsible for your car or truck.
bgum 07/27/21 07:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Please Help 2006 mustang pop up

Any numbers on the lock?
bgum 07/26/21 05:59pm Beginning RVing
RE: Water pump off/on switch inside RV

Something isn't right.
bgum 07/26/21 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: tire covers, yea or nay

Around here you better cover them. Lessens heat and uv damage.
bgum 07/26/21 04:27pm General RVing Issues
8 people killed in Utah sand storm

It appears that at least one RV was destroyed in this tragic incident. More than 20 vehicles were involved and a contributing factor was a sand storm. We pray for all those involved.
bgum 07/26/21 04:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: To buy a generator or not...

You will not regret buying a generator that you can also use at home. We had a genny that also sucked propane never again. I would suggest a Westinghouse inverter 2500 watts. It is fairly quiet and is definitely dependable. It is 2500 watts surge and 2200 watts running. It is about $550 and weights about 45 pounds. It should start and run your AC. Look at the others they do not provide 2200 running watts or 2500 surge watts.
bgum 07/26/21 02:41pm Truck Campers
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