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RE: Quebec City Attractions

We took the horse-drawn carriage ride around the old city - fun and informative!
loggenrock 02/09/19 08:58pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Quebec City Attractions

We took the horse-drawn carriage ride around the old city - fun and informative!
loggenrock 02/09/19 08:57pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Skylight crack repair

Consider Lexel - got it at Home Depot. Crystal clear non-silicone caulk/sealant. Very flexible. About $7 for a small tube. Can't speak for long term durability - only started using it last summer, but very good results so far.
loggenrock 02/09/19 08:13pm Tech Issues
RE: WiFi Extender-Repeaters ?

What did the pug think about being in there???
loggenrock 11/28/18 10:38pm Technology Corner
RE: WH Causing a Leak?

Yes, as water heats in the HWH, water pressure likewise increases (hence the reason for the pressure relief valve on the HWH). Still...there shouldn't be a leak on the hot line when under pressure.
loggenrock 11/28/18 10:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Northern Michigan RV trip

Agree with recommendation for Munising Tourist Park CG. We also like the Bay Mills Casino RV Park in Brimley - does has FHU sites.
loggenrock 11/07/18 09:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Northern Michigan RV trip

Agree with recommendation for Munising Tourist Park CG. We also like the Bay Mills Casino RV Park in Brimley - does has FHU sites.
loggenrock 11/07/18 08:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sleeping Bear Dunes

We were there late this past summer. Actually stayed outside the Park (Timberline CG, Benzonia.) maybe about 20-30 min. drive. Nice area - but need a car to really tour and see it.
loggenrock 11/07/18 08:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: BEST FL Keys RV resort suggestions

We enjoyed Jolly Roger in Marathon 2 years ago.
loggenrock 11/07/18 08:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Coachman Freelander 21RS- Fresh water drain

My low point drains and fresh water tank drains are behind a panel in the under bed compartment accessed from outside in my Prism. I simply removed the 4 screws that held it in place, and added a couple Velcro pieces instead. Silly location for the drains, but easy to access now.
loggenrock 11/04/18 08:42pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Problem after Problem with new RV

re: fridge. Look at the bottom seam accessed from the lower outside panel. I found ours needed to be recaulked. Compartments. the comment about holes that cables run thru is valid. Discovered they had sealed a cable accessing 1 outside compartment thru a large hole. That was good. Issue was the cable was run thru a split plastic wire loom to protect the cables from chafing. Acted like a tube - water could enter from the outside into the split loom, only to run out inside the compartment. Simply a poor design. Compartments take 2... Check the seams where the compartment meets the bottom of the camper floor, and meets the sidewall of the rig. They use a piece of weatherstripping type material. I used roofing tar to make sure they were water tight joints. Bottom line - climb underneath with a good light and start looking!
loggenrock 11/04/18 08:36pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sprinter Battery

I've got a 2015 Sprinter. It can sit for several weeks and start right up. I do NOT use the battery disconnect. When I winterize it I do put a Battery Tender on both the house AND chassis batteries.
loggenrock 10/25/18 07:46pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Prestone rv pink antifreeze

I agree - I avoid the ethyl alcohol stuff. Really don't need to add anything else flammable to the rig... I prefer to use the Prestone when I can get it, too.
loggenrock 09/25/18 09:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Through-The-Roof sealant

YES! I like Through The Roof sealant, but I don't use it in any quantity on my roof. Use it instead of a silicone type caulk on seams, etc. I apply it with a small artist-type paint brush.
loggenrock 09/18/18 10:29pm Tech Issues
RE: Hartford Ct to Scranton Pa?

Guess I missed the part where you were already in Hartford - I saw the part about Maine... FYI - just on I-88 3 days ago (in the rain...). 88 has a long stretch of concrete surface, so it's a bit like riding on a train... Traffic is light, so easy to ride in left lane until traffic approaches from behind. Binghampton has a confusing interchange due to road construction, but not too bad. Still avoids the high tolls on I-87! Safe travels!
loggenrock 09/12/18 10:46am Roads and Routes
RE: Hartford Ct to Scranton Pa?

I HATE I-84 in CT west of Hartford! Even with family in the area I still avoid it (actually like my family, too...!). When we head to PA from NH I take Rte 9 across southern VT into Troy/Albany, NY, then I-88 to Binghamton, NY, where I pick up I-81 south. MUCH better travelling conditions! Just did that trip again about 2 weeks ago.
loggenrock 09/05/18 08:54pm Roads and Routes
RE: Albuquerque and Santa Fe?

This past spring we stayed in Bernalillo, NM at Coronado CG. Used it as our "launching pad" for Chaco Canyon, then again for several nights - 1 day to ABQ and 1 day to Santa Fe. Easy commute to both places - would recommend it!
loggenrock 09/05/18 08:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rock Guard, Bra or necked?

Standard truck mud flaps, just behind the duallies and about 3 to 4 inches off the ground. Toad has some VERY minor windshield dings, but think they are just as much from daily use as towing 25k miles...
loggenrock 08/25/18 08:43pm Dinghy Towing
RE: I-84 in Conn. & Mass.

Hartford isn't the issue on 84, it's south/west of there thru the Danbury/Waterbury area. Hartford is mild compared to those areas, if that tells you anything! From Scranton area I run 81 north to 88 in Binghamton, NY, then 88 to Albany area. I find the tolls on NY I-87 really high, so I avoid that stretch. And I-78 on the east side of PA has been really rough recently - like shake things apart rough - potholes and open bridge expansion joints, dropping my speed to about 45 mph. Hence the route I listed.
loggenrock 08/22/18 10:21pm Roads and Routes
RE: What are you towing with your Sprinter?

The GCWR and GVWR are correct for ANY model/brand built on the Sprinter chassis. Different manufacturers will have differing tow capacities. Our Coachmen Prism has a 5000# hitch, BUT due to the frame extension it is mounted on they drop the tow capacity to 3500#. That said, as noted below we drsg around about 3200#'s of Suby Forester - it handles that just fine. Mileage-wise I get about 15+ mpg with the toad, and almost 16.5 without it, so really not too much of a "drag" on the system. But you do need to watch manufacturers weight ratings...
loggenrock 08/22/18 09:49pm Class C Motorhomes
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