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RE: Hehr window alternatives

Suncoast is recommended, also there is a place in Searcy, AR, RV Fog Dr. One in Yuma/Phoenix, Auto Glass Boss. Call the local rv dealers, maybe there is someone on the east coast that repairs windows.
missourijan 09/01/15 03:16pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: RV Parks with Woodshop/Workshop

They have a woodworking shop at Voyager in Tucson, AZ, no idea of fees or tools
missourijan 08/31/15 02:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How Long?

9 years, no plans to settle down until we have to
missourijan 08/26/15 03:27pm Full-time RVing
RE: I-15 thru Utah

We always try to hit any large city in the morning between 10 & 11 any day of the week. We have gone through Salt Lake, Albuquerque, OKC, Amarillo, Houston and many others at this time and it is usually the best. Weekdays, they are at work and before the lunch rush, Weekends, they aren't out yet. This does NOT apply to cities like Los Angeles or Atlanta, there is NO good time to go through those traffic nightmare places, that's when we drive out of our way to avoid.
missourijan 08/11/15 01:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: 4 Mile Creek State Park

We stayed there in 2011 and agree! The only thing you didn't say was that if you stay at Four Mile Creek State Park you get free parking at Niagra Falls because it's also a state park.
missourijan 08/01/15 07:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campgrounds in/near Reno?

Your best bet for trees is Gold Ranch in Verdi, just west of Reno.
missourijan 07/25/15 08:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Park Model Rental in Arizona

We stay at the Voyager Resort in Tucson for 3 months. They definitely have park model rentals, they are pricey but probably allow pets. You can look at their website or call for info
missourijan 07/23/15 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What are the best rV brands for fulltime

Drv, we've owned 2 and would buy another
missourijan 07/18/15 05:00pm Full-time RVing
RE: AZ this winter suggestions

Voyager Resort in Tucson has a huge pickleball following. They have tournaments and all other activities you could ask for. We were there in 2013, went back this year and will go back in January. The thing I like the best is that people are friendly. They probably have a waiting list too, but it's worth it.
missourijan 07/07/15 11:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A plug for Emma Wood State Beach, California

Post your review on www.rvparkreviews.com
missourijan 06/23/15 01:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: U.S. 212 from Crow Agency to Spearfish S.D.

My 2 cents is no, don't go that way. As others said it's a good 2 lane road. However, there is nothing, repeat nothing out there. We traveled it once and that was enough, no scenery, no cel service. It's got a lot of small ups & downs. We like to travel the 2 lanes across this country but that one is one we won't go on again. Your wife won't like it either.
missourijan 06/22/15 06:54pm Roads and Routes
RE: Is there value in memberships?

There's value in campground memberships IF you get a resale one and the campgrounds are in areas you want to visit. To pay thousands of dollars for the privilege of camping in their parks just doesn't add up to me. You can google resale campground memberships and get a whole lot of info. We use Passport America, Good Sam and got a free Thousand Trails zone membership for staying in one of their affiliated parks in AZ for 3 months. We are going back to Tucson this year and will save $1,000 on our 3 month stay. NEVER pay full retail
missourijan 06/10/15 01:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Boondocking near Flagstaff

Between Ash Fork and Williams (west of Flagstaff), exit 151 Welch Road, large open area on BLM land. It's just north of I 40, 100 rv's could park there but when we go through there have been 1 or 2. no facilities
missourijan 06/09/15 03:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: So. Calif: I-15 at Cajon Pass and also at Las Vegas

Leaving early in the day in August sounds like a great idea. We were in Vegas in April for an rv rally and came into Vegas on the 215 to Oasis. The weekends seem much less busy to us.
missourijan 06/08/15 12:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: Chasing 75 degree weather all year? Need some input

Ventura, CA
missourijan 06/08/15 12:51pm Full-time RVing
RE: Steam cleaning outside of an RV

Forget the steam and use a waterless product to clean your rv. There are several available and use no water. I think Thetford makes one, there's Dri Wash N Guard. We use Wash Wax All, originally designed for airplanes. We have used it since we bought this 5'r in November 2011, no oxidation. The initial kit is pricey but gives you everything you need, long pole (no ladder needed) microfiber pads & towels and the wash wax all & black streak remover. I have no connection to the company just really like the product, will never use any other cleaner.
missourijan 06/03/15 11:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Continue camping or pet friendly hotels

I was going to say the same thing OKSixpack said. Why does it have to be a new RV? There are lots of used rv's out there that are in really great shape. If you are only going to use it a few times a year I would not want to take the depreciation hit. But it's your $$$!!!
missourijan 06/02/15 10:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Wash-Wax-All

No, I don't use the bug remover Cecilt. There's no need when I use the method described in my first post. Perhaps there would be if we were traveling in 100 degree weather and couldn't clean it off for a few days. So far, just diluted Wash Wax All or water and they come off
missourijan 06/02/15 10:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Wash-Wax-All

We have used nothing else on our 2012 Drv Mobile Suite since we purchased it in November 2011. It has never had a water/soap bath, except for rain and when it sat for 2 months on the lot before we adopted it. Yes, you do NOT need any kind of wax product. It apparently has UV protectant because we have no oxidation, it looks like new. When it rains it beads up like wax. When we travel and the front cap is covered with bugs I spray a more diluted mix on it or just plain water (oops, I do use some water) let it sit awhile, then use the microfiber pad to wipe the bugs off. Will never use anything else. The initial kit is pricey, about $250, but well worth it. You get all you need to take good care of your rv. I just reorder the wash wax all concentrate and the black streak remover. Great product.
missourijan 06/01/15 11:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Residential Fridge.. Brand? Model?

Our Dometic 1350 had been a problem from day one. After 3 cooling unit replacements and 1 complete frig changeout, when it died this time we had it replaced with the Samsung RF18. Works great. We did not have the inverter or extra batteries installed. We don't boondock often and have read other's comments that the frig can travel for about 6 hours without the temp rising much. We haven't traveled yet in warm weather, so we'll see. I am disappointed at the quality of the interior, it's kinda thin plastic drawers & shelves. I don't place heavy items in the center of the shelves. As you are looking for a replacement, the biggest problem is the depth. This RF18 was the only one I could find that would fit in the space. The installer still had to move my kitchen island over 1 inch.
missourijan 05/31/15 08:43am Full-time RVing
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