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RE: Mens' belts left or right

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. :h ************************************************************** Geez wiz - everyone knows the TP comes over the top. DangI do now that my DW has educated me over the last 53 years, before that, it never mattered. ;)
bukhrn 12/01/19 11:58am Around the Campfire
RE: Mens' belts left or right

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. :h
bukhrn 11/27/19 10:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Mens' belts left or right

Ok. I have always, including in the army,I think, put my belt on, into the loops left side irst and and to the right side, with the end of the belt facing left. Someone told me I was putting it on backards. It is supposed to go on left side first and round to the front. he said. So that the belt end is facing right and overlaps in the same direction as pants and shirt. Which is it?Darn, you mean for 70 years i've been doing it wrong, (i don't count the first 4 years, I didn't wear a belt).;)
bukhrn 11/26/19 12:36pm Around the Campfire
RE: New RV TV show 11/17/19

All set to record. I have never heard of it until now. With that, I do miss Stu. X-2 Hopefully this new show will be good and not the typical "reality" show Discovery and History channel like to make?
bukhrn 11/22/19 10:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Orange County Calif., Loses Another Large Storage Lot

Thanks HOA's, I store mine at my house that belongs to Me, NOT an HOA.
bukhrn 11/14/19 06:50am Tech Issues
RE: Do you want to talk to Jim Simons ?

Have never heard of him, but then I've never had enough money to worry about reading Financial Blurbs.
bukhrn 11/04/19 11:45am Around the Campfire
RE: Camping near Moab, Utah

X-2 on OK RV Park, a little out away from town but that just puts you away from the crowds, and the Passport America rate makes it well worth it.
bukhrn 10/31/19 12:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Antifreeze

"Any thoughts and experience would be welcomed." My thoughts, I wouldn't buy anything from that guy, because he's actually selling BS.
bukhrn 10/27/19 11:09am Tech Issues
RE: I think I'm stuck.

question on warranty. was it authorized and they just have not done it yet? if not deal with forest river direct and push them. as for the winterization....do it yourself. on their lot. They claim it has NOT been authorized..I think this dealer is blowing smoke up your skirt, any warranty work I've ever had done on my Forester, approval was almost instantaneous.
bukhrn 10/21/19 08:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out awning covers

Cost to buy and install. Another item to set up and take down.What "Set up and Take down",they are permanently attached, they go out when the slide is extended, and retracted when the slide is brought in. Eventual awning replacement.EVENTUAL, maybe, but mine are 12 years old and still going strong. . Still need to check slide out top for leaves etc. I never do anymore, after checking them the first few years we had it and never finding debris, i quit checking Another potential mechanical item to fix.Again, 12 years, NO problem, the Only "fix" I've ever heard of is a re-tensioning after a number of years as some of them do sag a bit, no major surgery. Another catching point for tree limbs.Have never had a limb catch my awning Or slide toppers, have lost a couple gutter extentions though After watching a fellow camper/Rv'er drag out and set up a ladder,in the rain, so he could get up and sweep of his slide outs before he could bring them in, confirmed my joy in having toppers on mine, i'm one who wouldn't have slides without them.
bukhrn 10/21/19 08:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Electrical Question

For the price of a 9v battery, replace it, if it stops chirping, you're all set, if not replace the alarm unit, they have an age limit, but right now i don't remember exactly what it is, 5 maybe 8 years, look on the back of it, it should have a sticker, suggesting when to replace it.
bukhrn 10/15/19 02:01pm Tech Issues
RE: why am I still getting this

Logging out is fine, unless you want to post something, you have to be logged in to post.
bukhrn 10/13/19 05:00pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Route 29

what's your objective on 29, i mean where are you headed?
bukhrn 10/13/19 11:16am Roads and Routes
RE: Acadia NP (Portland) to Shenandoa NP - avoiding NYC?

I95 to I84 west to I81 south then east on I64Or you can take I81 to I66 East to Front Royal, Va., and come in the North entrance off US340.
bukhrn 10/13/19 11:12am Roads and Routes
RE: why am I still getting this

A few years ago I had nothing but problems with RV.NET. Since switching to forums.goodsamclub.com I've had virtually no problems. It is exactly the same forum. Do it!just went there, got exactly the same message.
bukhrn 10/13/19 08:35am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: why am I still getting this

The site has been screwed up for 4 months. lots of different errors. l Nobody cares!!!That's rather obvious, as many people have been reporting problems for months, nothing has been done about it yet. Many have posted so called fixes that works for them, but none of them seem to work for everyone.
bukhrn 10/12/19 10:10am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Error Messages

We're sorry. An error has occurred. We are unable to process your request due to an error with our site. If you receive this message again, we may be experiencing some system difficulties. An email has been sent to our development staff to diagnose the problem. Once again, we apologize for this inconvenience. This has been going on for quite awhile, being basically computer illiterate, i'd just like to know how long will it take to "diagnose" this problem ?
bukhrn 10/04/19 03:02pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Error Messages

Been that way for weeks. People keep commenting but no action is taken.Weeks? I've just noticed it the last few days.ScottG is correct, been getting error messages for close to a month now.
bukhrn 10/04/19 12:46pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: We're sorry. An error has occurred.

I,m also getting this one, A LOT Service Temporarily Unavailable! The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.
bukhrn 10/03/19 02:05pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Advice on handheld electric drill for jacks

People use leaf blowers to blow off the roof of their slides before bringing them in. Not unusual and not landscaping. I use a broom. I hate unnecessary noise and I try to keep mine down to a minimum. This is why I installed a slide topper.X-2, I realize you need to clean off your slide, but if you have to run your leaf blower for nearly a full 1/2 hour, your camped in the wrong place or you have too many slides.
bukhrn 10/03/19 02:00pm Beginning RVing
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