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RE: Black Tank Roof Vent and Bathroom Roof Vent Too Close?

Are you sure it's not coming from the air admittance valve under the bathroom sink? They do wear out and will allow tank fumes into the rv. The grey smells as bad as any black. They are usually 2 or 3 of them in your plumbing. About $25 at any big box stores. Try that first.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 05:22pm Tech Issues
RE: US 60

US60 from I-57/55 area to Popular Bluff MO is good.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 05:18pm Roads and Routes
RE: RV park close to Farragut, TN

Try rvparky.com and put in that city. Another is campgroundreviews.com
doxiemom11 07/02/20 05:17pm Roads and Routes
RE: Preference for one night camping

We mostly travel US highways and state roads. We prefer quiet and if we do stop at a Walmart, it is one in a small town without a lot of highway traffic. We are in campgrounds 90% of the time and we would travel a few miles for a nicer experience.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 04:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Required signing waiver of responsibilty

New waiver perhaps to cover themselves if you should contract covid19 while staying there. A camper from out of state that probably brought the virus with them, has now been hospitalized. They may have infected others here ??? Could someone try to sue the campground if they get sick ?? Some would try.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 04:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Any Alabama full-timers?

Alabama has a state tax. I'd use one the the states friendly to full-timers. TX, FL and SD. No state taxes.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 04:00pm Full-time RVing
RE: RV Printer

We had a printer in the RV, but unless you print on a regular basis, you will find that your ink cartridge has dried out every time you try to use it. Not worth a new cartridge each time. Just go to the library to print something.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:58pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Hey Michigan people, title and registration question

As full-timers traveling, I can tell you that MI does not have the worst roads. There are many places with bads roads.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Is camping Fun Anymore

Didn't notice that near as much at the Corp of Engineer parks we have been too.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Where to find

If you mean for working at campgrounds, Workamper News is one you subscribe to, google searches will find many pages for you. The one I like the best is a free newsletter at work-for-rvers-and-campers. Free listing every day. Just sign up and you receive the listings by state in your e-mail.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:49pm Workamping Forum
RE: Driving in windy conditions

We don't drive if sustained winds are above 20 as there are higher gusts that usually come with that. The wind speed shown is sustained wind, not how high a gust can be.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Roadside Assistance

We are full-time and have coachnet. Pay attention to the plans for any company as many indicate "towable" only coverage. It would not apply to a "motorized" rv. Coachnet does have 2 separate plans based on that as well as many of the others. We have never needed to use our plan - thank goodness.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Disappointing test drive

We have an older F53 and the cheap handling fix along with a steering stabalizer made a world of difference. Don't know if the fix can be done on newer ones or not. There was also a big difference between unloaded and loaded.
doxiemom11 07/02/20 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Snow Birds ??

We will go south, probably back to TX. We can quarantine in a warmer place than MI where we are currently under social distancing, some businesses still closed and masks inside buildings. Of course we have the non believers here too so the cases are going up again. 1 bar in Lansing now has 85 confirmed cases from 1 night of business.
doxiemom11 06/27/20 09:48pm Snowbirds
RE: Parasite control issues help

Our dog uses trifexis with no problems. There are only a few products that have flea/tic AND parasite control combined. Whatever is used as the base for the med can make a difference on vomiting, nausea etc. Like you, I would look for something different. I wouldn't want to take anything that made me sick all the time so I would look for a solution for the dog too. Trifexis is vegetable based, many others use a beef or chicken base. Can make a difference.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 12:02pm RV Pet Stop
RE: smoked food

I always like cheesy potatoes - hash brown casserole, twice baked potatoes - any type of potato recipe that has cheese with bbq.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 11:57am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Closing campgrounds and no where to go

js140. We were in a city park in TX when this all started and it never closed. We traveled from TX to MI and only had 1 park we normally stop at that was still housing first responders who were living in rv's to quarantine from their families, so no spots available for anyone overnight. It is just a small park with very few sites. We had no problem finding places to stay.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 11:47am Full-time RVing
RE: Air Conditioning how many do not use it.

We use ours quite often - even in MI in past week it's been 90 and humid. When it's dryer and pleasant outside, door and window opens. When in the south - using both a/c's was not uncommon just to get the temperature inside down to 80. Wouldn't be without A/C.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 11:38am General RVing Issues
RE: Using RV portable tote tanks

We have a Barker 32 gal tote , can use regular sewer hose with it.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 11:32am Beginning RVing
RE: Do most parks check/copy your ID? (Victims of ID theft)

Your address is public record and anyone can do a search for your home address. They don't need to get it off your license. Your property tax records are also public record along with the value of your house, when it was purchased, how much you paid etc. I am even aware of a way to get deceased persons social security numbers. If I were a scam artists I could use/have as many of those as I wanted. There is a lot of information that can be obtained in ways other than seeing your id or credit/debit card.
doxiemom11 06/23/20 11:24am Beginning RVing
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