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RE: The View

Whew! Nice images... ... for a moment I thought it was going to be a picture of Joy and Whoopie and did not want to upset my lunch LOL....that was my first thought too and I had a great lunch that I wanted to stay put!
lap527 08/02/21 02:52pm Truck Campers
RE: I Finally Found One

We've owned 2 camplites, one a TC and the other a 21RBS, which we sold recently. No wood to rot, azadel, block insulation, aluminum frame and aluminum skin. If you develop a leak just caulk it and it's good to go. Our TC is a 2013 10.0 and is a great camper.
lap527 07/15/21 04:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Suggestions to replace Rockwood Mini Lite 2306

oops....forgot rules...:)
lap527 04/29/21 02:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Too old to drive ?

I am 65 and DH is 76 but I do see a change in his driving skills and it scares me. The last few years whatever mode of transportation, camper, car, dually truck, enclosed trailer, or harley trike I have to be comfortable handling it. If not, then we are not going to buy it. As of now, we have a 21' travel trailer and truck camper. I feel comfortable with both, initially it's a little different in the first few miles but then I settle down and it's all good. I sure wouldn't want anything bigger. I actually love traveling in the TC, it's so easy and agile. I do understand your concerns due to my husband not being that far off from the 80 mark and I can actually see a difference in his skill level. Sometimes smaller is better!
lap527 03/02/21 07:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New smart TV

I found on my Smart TV that the power supply had to be off when hooked to campground cable for it to work. https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/tLgAAOSwUKxYihEn/s-l400.jpg height=140 same here...
lap527 02/03/21 03:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Roof plumbing vent stack cap replacement

Well boys guess that is all I need to go shopping! LOL!
lap527 01/31/21 04:39pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Roof plumbing vent stack cap replacement

As a female I enjoy your videos. 2 months ago I replaced our bathroom and kitchen vents in our TC using the same steps as you did. Of course, DH had to inspect it...lol! I am thinking about installing either a fantastic fan or Maxxair in our travel trailer. Not sure which fan I will go with as of yet.
lap527 01/31/21 08:28am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Key West or Out West

Ditch Key West and Go West Young Man!!!
lap527 01/26/21 05:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: TCs and Covid Vaccinations

We drove by a vaccination site the other day and the led sign said No Campers! The thought had already crossed my mind too but not sure if it was just that site or general rule. Doesn't make any sense to me but just stating what I saw. That was in Citrus county Florida.
lap527 01/14/21 05:46pm Truck Campers
RE: When a sale is not a sale

The whole deal sounds way to complicated and too much in his favor. If he wants it bad enough or on the up and up he will figure it out. In the meantime, like others have said tell him to pound sand. I'd go and list it and if it sells it sells. As you said you haven't listed it yet and in no big hurry. Time is on your side. Besides after all, the RV market is hot due to the virus and nobody wanting to stay in hotels. Good Luck!
lap527 12/03/20 03:57pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Are TT or 5vr Toy hauler handling better with trike loaded?

We bounced those ideas around for awhile. Hubby was worried about tongue weight when the trike was not with us. There are a lot of times when we just don't have time for the trike while camping. We have a harley trike. Ultimately we decided on a truck camper and towing a v-nose trailer when we want the trike with us. Not as much room but we sure have an easier time finding campsites too. Last year we also bought a tt that stays on our seasonal site in NC. Lots of decisions for you...Good Luck!
lap527 12/01/20 07:44am Beginning RVing
RE: I Hope This Doesn't Get Taken Down Right Away

3rd grade waiting for the school bus to pick us up to take us home. Hubby on other hand was in the Navy and just had his liberty cancelled.
lap527 11/22/20 01:33pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dodge 1999 3500 Lamarie dually

Our 2006 Dodge dually Laramine still has the holes when we had our fifth wheel before getting our TC. We haven't had any problems carrying our TC.
lap527 11/21/20 08:44pm Truck Campers
RE: Roku new channels

Roku has some very good deals going on now. I just bought a Roku Ultra for $99 and they have it with free shipping for $69. Just my luck a day late and a dollar short. LOL!
lap527 11/20/20 05:41pm Technology Corner
RE: Shopping for a camper...

lap527 11/16/20 04:44pm Truck Campers
RE: Honest RV Dealers - Are there any?

We have purchased from Tri-Am and was satisfied. We sometimes buy parts from them, have had parts installed and never had any problems at all. Ryan Perkins is one of the owners and if you have any questions you need to talk to him. I agree I wouldn't touch Camping World with a 10' pole. Good Luck!
lap527 11/16/20 04:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: OTA Recording

https://www.channelmaster.com/Stream_OTA_DVR_p/cm-7600.htmhttps://www.channelmaster.com/Stream_OTA_DVR_p/cm-7600.htm messed it up first time...had a duh moment... We have used a channelmaster for about 5 years now. We put a splitter so we could record and watch on 2 different channels.
lap527 11/15/20 06:15pm Technology Corner
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