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RE: Myrtle beach

My husband and I were at Briarcliff RV Resort this past April. It is in North Myrtle Beach. It was an all-around great park. Check out the reviews on Campground Reviews.
cruising spud 09/09/21 01:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Must I have a toad with a 27' Class C?

We have been camping for seventeen years. First, with a 24 foot, Class C, and later with a 28 foot, Class C. We have never towed. We simply try to plan ahead (example-stop at the grocery store before heading to the campground). If we go to a National Park, that doesn't have a shuttle system to get around, or if we go anywhere else we need a car-we rent one. NOW, with that being said, if I could go back seventeen years when we started camping, I would have said-let's tow a car. I would say that about half the places we go-I still wouldn't want to tow a car, BUT there are also about half the places we go that I know it would be easier/nicer having a car. So, if you downsize, I would say tow when you need to and leave the car behind when you don't.
cruising spud 08/06/21 06:05am Beginning RVing
RE: Replacing day/night shades

My husband had restrung some of our shades a time or two, but there came a point when they were just too darn old. Now, I have a sewing machine. My only skill with a sewing machine is to sew a straight line. I went to Target, bought some heavy, blackout type curtains, measured, cut, and hemmed them. My husband installed curtain rods, and we hung the curtains. We both like them. Very easy to use. Time I spent creating the curtains? About a half hour measuring and considering how I was going to install. Several hours looking for the type of curtains I wanted. Running back and forth to Target a fair amount of times (the first curtain I made didn't turn out all that well and I bought only a few curtains at first in case my idea didn't work). Cutting and pinning and hemming eight curtains for four windows-about four hours. Installing the rods and curtains-about one hour. Looking back-I'm glad I made the curtains.
cruising spud 05/07/21 05:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing Over-the-Cab TV

Our rv had a built in analog tv. We eventually replaced it with a lighter, bigger smart tv. My husband took out the analog tv, installed an arm that held the new tv (placed this over the hole left by the analog), and plugged in the television and cable. I THINK we also got a new antenna-not sure if we had to or wanted to (sorry, this was awhile ago). Either way, none of this was expensive or hard to do. We got a regular television (no special rv tv) at Walmart.
cruising spud 01/14/21 12:03pm Class C Motorhomes
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