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RE: Marinated Hotdogs

I like dogs that are fried/grilled. Not so much boiled. Put dog in bun take Sweet Babys Ray dipping sauce with horseradish put on top. Then eat. Super good.
parcany 11/12/19 07:52pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: snack food

I am from Connecticut and we used to have it every Thanksgiving and Christmas. When I fix it out here in Az our friends really liked it. They never had it before. My wife is from Penn and she never had it before.
parcany 11/02/19 08:38pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
snack food

Get a 8 oz philly cheese. A jar of spanish olives, and a bunch of celery. Let the philly cheese come to room temp. Take about 8 oz of olives chop up in small pieces. Mix the philly cheese and olives together. Take a stem of celery and put the mixture in the grove of the celery and have at it.
parcany 11/01/19 09:26pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Favorite Christmas recipes?

Super__Dave now that looks good
parcany 11/01/19 09:19pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Recommendations for TT in the 27 ft range rear living area

We have a Jayco Jayfeather 27 rl. 31 feet long total, rear living one slide and is very nice for the wife, dog and me. GVW is 7000 pounds tows great.
parcany 09/24/19 08:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stoped routine

We pull in, Wife takes dog for a walk while I fill truck up. After truck is full I move it out of the way so other people can get fuel. Then I got to the bathroom, when done I take take the dog and wife does her thing and then wife and dog gets in the truck and I check the chains, hitch tires and doors and just general look everything over and then we are on the road again. Works good for us
parcany 07/15/19 08:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: HERCULES tires

Just checked Hercules tires are a brand name made by the Cooper tire company out of Ohio.
parcany 07/11/19 09:05pm Tech Issues
RE: HERCULES tires

Had Hercules tires on the last Jayco we had. They were on there for 4 years and did not have any problems. Tire wear was great for all 4 tires. I would buy them again.
parcany 07/11/19 08:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Air braked Truck Brakes for a 13,000lb Off Road Caravan

WOW
parcany 06/04/19 08:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Well, gotta say goodbye!

I still tow with a Excursion and love it.
parcany 04/07/19 08:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Weber Q1200 Question

I have a weber and had the hose that plugs into the propane line. When I hooked it up everything worked, except doing it this way the weber did not get as hot as having a 1 pound canister in it. With the canister it would get to over 500 degrees and with the hose would only get to 400 degrees. so it worked for me and I still had the regulator on it.
parcany 04/04/19 09:05pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Pull Through or Back in sites? Which do you prefer.

Back in
parcany 03/14/19 10:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: 50 Ways to Use Your Leftover Rotiss Chicken

Make a salad. Leaf Lettuce, radishes, bell peppers onions, carrots, strip chicken meat off of bones then put in salad with swiss cheese of whatever cheese you want.
parcany 03/02/19 08:00pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: One battery or two

We have had 2 12 volt batteries on all of our trailers. When we were in the white mountains at a campground and they lost power from a storm we always had power for heat, lites. Power would be out for hours up there.
parcany 02/21/19 08:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: just got a new pathfinder x2 satellite

yea that's the one that i am talking about, how do you like it. Is it worth the money? TIA I don't have a problem with it. After the first time the pins are put in then it goes together great. The push pins are no problem either. When they both are put together and set up it is a nice. Off of the ground especially if it rains hard, it is off the ground. We like it. Some of us old arthritic folks find it very hard to push those pins in. You will see someday. Did not mean anything by what I said. I will be 71 in 2 months and I don't have a problem with the push pins.
parcany 02/21/19 08:20pm Travel Trailers
RE: just got a new pathfinder x2 satellite

yea that's the one that i am talking about, how do you like it. Is it worth the money? TIA I don't have a problem with it. After the first time the pins are put in then it goes together great. The push pins are no problem either. When they both are put together and set up it is a nice. Off of the ground especially if it rains hard, it is off the ground. We like it.
parcany 02/20/19 08:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: just got a new pathfinder x2 satellite

I got the round one with 3 legs. Don't have it available right now so don't have the number. Works good I use 2 each stakes into the ground on either side to tie it down.
parcany 02/17/19 08:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Awning tie downs straps

I built a set out of PVC from the Wildcat forum and have had the awning out when the wind was blowing over 35 mph and not had a problem. With the pvc poles there is no movement with the awning at all. When we were in Pinetop Az the awning would go out the day we got there and come back in the day before we left. 4.5 months.
parcany 01/18/19 07:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Would you swap 205s for 215s ?

I had put Hercules tires on my last travel trailer and never had a problem with them and the price was right.
parcany 01/18/19 07:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: What is the max length travel trailer you think is practical

First Hard sided travel trailer we had was a Heartland 29rls--35 feet long-----2nd was our Jayco 33rlds----35.6 feet long---- Our third trailer is 31 feet long, JAYCO Jayfeather 27rl. Now we like this trailer much better than the other 2. easier to park, Better fuel mileage, not as hard to back up, less weight for the truck to pull. This trailer has everything that we want. But again we are not staying in it for 4.5 months neither. I guess it depends on what you are towing it with, how long will you be out, etc etc. only you can make up your mind on what you are going to do. take care
parcany 01/05/19 09:42am Travel Trailers
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