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RE: Can you list your rv for sale

I paid 5.00 for a listing on Craigslist. It is a new fee for vehicles. I sold my trailer on the second day. It was a good sale.
jesseannie 05/10/22 08:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Tucson to Show Low

I used to live in Show Low. There is no problem towing your trailer on that road. I drove it often with my 26' trailer behind my half ton pickup.
jesseannie 04/23/22 08:03am Roads and Routes
RE: 2014 Expedition towing Airstream

This is the reason I don't ever ask these kinds of questions. You get answers from "no don't you will end up on your side" to "sure go ahead it no problem" With this kind of advise you don't know what to do? Good luck.
jesseannie 03/12/22 09:45am Towing
RE: Interstate rest area stops

I am on the I-5 corridor in Roseburg, Oregon. The rest areas here are full of trucks. There is not a space for a recreational vehicle. This includes the entrance and exit ramps. It is really a pain when you need to use the facilities.
jesseannie 03/08/22 08:32am Roads and Routes
RE: Behaviorist vs Trainer

Use a "gentle leader or halti" I had an aussie that would pull hard constantly when I put the gentle leader on her it worked first time. Eventually she did not need the "nose leash". Yhe only issue is people thought it was a muzzle and would leave her alone, which wasn't a bad thing. It does not hurt them.
jesseannie 01/30/22 09:21am RV Pet Stop
RE: Wastewater Tote & Fresh Water Containers - Do you use them?

Showering is over rated. Keeps the neighbors far away no need for covid masks. Jesseannie
jesseannie 10/30/21 01:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: Use of FLEX-SEAL (revisited)

A little over a year ago I posted that I used Flex Seal on a tough seal job on the roof. And I was happy. I was told to wait a year and then report back. Because they said that I would say something something different the performance after a year was poor. Well I am here to tell you that it performed beautifully. I believe it was properly preparing the substrate before I applied the product. I brushed it on and applied two coats it has performed as advertised. Jesseannie That's good to hear. Not many things more frustrating than having to redo a paint or sealant that didn't work as it should. (Removal of the old stuff being the worst part of it.) But I have to ask, if repairing something that you intend to be permanent, and it's not a quick side of the road type use what ya got type repair, why not use a product that is proven to be the right material for the application, rather than some "as seen on TV" type product? I used a product on my repair job that was permanent. I did the job at home and cleaned the old caulking of the skylight. I installed Dicor in the big holed and covered it all with paint able Flex Seal. It did a good job better than smearing on Dicor. Jesseannie
jesseannie 09/10/21 07:12am General RVing Issues
Use of FLEX-SEAL (revisited)

A little over a year ago I posted that I used Flex Seal on a tough seal job on the roof. And I was happy. I was told to wait a year and then report back. Because they said that I would say something something different the performance after a year was poor. Well I am here to tell you that it performed beautifully. I believe it was properly preparing the substrate before I applied the product. I brushed it on and applied two coats it has performed as advertised. Jesseannie
jesseannie 09/06/21 06:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mechanics backed up for weeks all over?

I think it is a "good service" issue. If you get quality service it is going to cost you and you may have to wait. But if the service dept knows you and you don't cry wolf too often you will get in quickly. Jesseannie
jesseannie 08/24/21 07:03am Beginning RVing
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