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RE: Filling the water tank at home

I don't know, but at a campground where we hosted, the lake water had to be tested weekly for us to let swimmers in the water at the beaches.
doxiemom11 06/29/21 03:21pm Tech Issues
RE: SPAM-alama-dingdong

We always have a can of Spam in the rv. We are often out many miles from anything and if there is nothing to make a sandwich with, that is it. We eat it cold and hot. Fried with melted cheese on toast - yum.
doxiemom11 06/29/21 03:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: weak Cell Signal

We have stand alone mobile internet service and have internet almost everywhere. There are different coverage areas for data vs. cell. Most carriers have charts for each. We don't rely on cell service for that reason.
doxiemom11 06/29/21 03:04pm Full-time RVing
RE: Convection oven exhaust?

You will appreciate all that warm air if it gets cool outside. I just avoid using the convection when it's hot out. Use it all the time when it's cold. I don't think the convection ovens are ever vented outside. They work by circulating hot air. They wouldn't want that mixing with outside air coming in a vent. It would make temperature regulation a problem.
doxiemom11 06/29/21 02:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cleaning a very dirty awning

I just close the slides. The awning then lays on the side of the rv.
doxiemom11 06/29/21 02:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Driving people to boondock by calling themselves a "Resort"

We avoid the "resort" type places and stay at real campground for much less with full hookups, pull thrus, sometimes pools, laundry, clubhouse etc. If people keep paying, they will keep raising the price. We spend the winter overlooking a golf course, cement pad, full hookup , electric included and the senior rate is $78 week. Small towns with these type of prices are so much better than the tourist traps.
doxiemom11 05/27/21 10:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cats in a TT

If you are ever in an accident, that trailer will disintegrate on impact. They do not hold up well at all. No RV does. There is much more protection from harm in the truck with you as well as heat or air whichever is needed. There are different types of carriers, maybe another type would work better for in the truck.
doxiemom11 05/27/21 09:54am RV Pet Stop
RE: Floor Protection Questions

First off I wouldn't keep a puppy in a crate for months until it's housetrained. It does take several months for some to be reliably trained. We had hardwood floors and toenails were not a problem except for large heavier dogs. We always rescued and the 1st was a 9 yr old puppy mill dog who had never been in a house. We kept her in the kitchen at night with a bed etc on an easy to clean floor. The rest of the time she was in or out with us and always near us. We took her to the same place outside time after time and told her to go potty. Once we got her to go a couple of times she started understanding what we wanted. Often at first so we could catch her going outside and praise her and give treats. It only took a couple months to reliably train her. She was trained with love , praise and treats and never harshly scolded if there was an accident.
doxiemom11 05/27/21 09:45am RV Pet Stop
RE: domicile confused

What we did was sign up for the mail forwarding service and changed our address on everything so it started going there. A couple months later we actually went to the state, got the vehicle titles transferred and registered, got our drivers license, changed our insurances to that state, set up banking, registered to vote. It then became our legal domicile/residence and we were given at street address to use at that time for things that require a street address. We did it in the middle of the year and filed our taxes as residents of out old state for part of the year and non-resident the rest of the year. Our new state does not have a state tax. The federal was filed using the new domicile address. The tax part officially documented our move from our old state to the new. We have since filed for our social security and medicare using that same address with no problems.
doxiemom11 05/27/21 09:24am Full-time RVing
RE: Cost of RVing

We have been full-time for 11 years and have never paid over $38.00 for a night of camping with our motorhome. We use Passport America for 50% discounts, have used the Good Sam discount, stay in Corp of Engineer parks, county, city parks and smaller mom & pop campgrounds. We seldom park at a Walmart and have never parked at a truck stop. There are plenty of less expensive places. Of course rates would be higher for a vacation to a special place, but I'm not on vacation. We have full-hookups 99% of the time.
doxiemom11 05/27/21 09:17am General RVing Issues
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