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RE: Do you know a good mail-order compounding pharmacy?

Check the local Walgreens, CVS, etc, they likely have a source that can either ship direct or to them. This.
coolmom42 03/21/20 09:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: New rv's

I don't like the dark espresso and black colors in furniture or cabinets. RVs are small enough without all that darkness. And the black is just ugly.
coolmom42 03/21/20 09:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Multi month trip planning

Road maps. Get something like a Rand McNally road atlas for an overview. Then get a road map for each state. Use a regular GPS (I do think Garmin is the best) to help you navigate. It's good to have the heads up for which lane to be in, etc.
coolmom42 03/21/20 08:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tow Vehicle rating and comfort

Hi All! I'm having trouble deciphering the towing capacity of my truck. Vehicle stats: 2016 Ford F-150 4x4 SuperCrew 3.5L V-6 EcoBoost 3.3 Axle ratio GCWR 16100# Conv. towing trailer cap 10,600# Would my truck tow a UVW 5000# (6800# GVWR) trailer comfortably? I'm new to RVing and looking to purchase my first. I want to be comfortable towing i.e.having acceleration power and ability to get up inclines. If not, what kind of power should I be looking to get? I look forward to your input! Thanks-j You will be fine, unless you put a huge amount of heavy stuff in the bed of the truck. That Ecoboost is a towing beast.
coolmom42 12/28/19 05:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: *NEWB ALERT* question about TT up keep

Anyone have exp with the cones that the electric tongue jacks foot sits on? I have a red one that was gifted to me. I don't sit the jacks foot on the group it is always on this cone, I am thinking maybe this could adding to the problem and maybe I should try getting a metal foot to attach to the jack without using the red cone. red trailer pad I can't believe that wouldn't wobble. Get some pieces of lumber and glue them together with waterproof epoxy.
coolmom42 12/28/19 05:18pm Travel Trailers
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