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RE: Astoria,OR to Florence OR

This part of the Oregon coast drive is most beautiful, especially the area fromYachts to Florence. The drive is quite slow so don’t expect to make any fast parts of your trips. The road though is quite safe as most of the vehicles travel at a proper speed for the road conditions. You will probably also encounter lots of cyclists along the route also. Going south you are on the ocean side of the road and able to find lots of pullouts provided some yahoos as previously posted are not using the pullouts as permanent parking areas. What a poor way for RVer’s to operate. Enjoy your trip it is certainly one of the most beautiful parts of the west coast.
morley 08/29/21 08:27am Roads and Routes
RE: Astoria,OR to Florence OR

X2 Pull off at the view spots. We'll be in Florence Mon and have dinner reservations at Waterfront Depot. Great choice of a place to eat, on our trips we have never been disappointed at Waterfront Depot
morley 08/29/21 08:17am Roads and Routes
Hot water tank drain plug

Hi everyone, hope that all is well with each of you out there. Due to some emergency brain surgery a month ago, our camping season sadly has come to an abrupt end. We are in the process of cleaning out and winterizing the 5er for winter storage. While I was draining the hot water tank, I got to thinking there must be a better way than having to remove this hard to get at plastic plug ever year to drain the tank. I thought that I had heard of some types of plugs with a flexible pipe on them and a valve at the end that can just be opened and the tank drained without removing the plastic plug. Any one have or seen or know if such a thing exists? Won’t need it this year. But years into the future if my health allows and we can continue RVing we would like to use this type of arrangement at seasons end.
morley 08/25/21 03:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winter storage

We had an Adco cover on our unit for almost 9 seasons before it failed. It was purchased at Camping World while travelling in The US at the time. The cover was quite easy to install and take off as long as it was folded up properly when removed at the end of the storage season. We have quite a bit of snow here and we were able to remove snow with the cover in place as long as care was taken.
morley 08/18/21 01:54pm Tech Issues
RE: ..

Last year I changed my bathroom vent fan to the Hengis Vortex 11 fan. It can be installed from the inside and does not require removal of your existing roof vents and covers. It works very well and has both forward and reverse speeds, great for bathroom use and showering. There are many you tubes about the Hengis Vortex fan and its installation. The comment about using the super fan while flushing is well taken, it can pull fumes right out of the black tank Not that pleasant an experience at all.??
morley 08/18/21 07:31am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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