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RE: NYC - Central Park

HadEnough - this is great! The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the number one item on our itinerary. So glad to get info on the park... Last time we were there we did check out the Dakota and popped into the park from there. Now we've got ideas on where to go and what to see. And we've got the burger joints whittled down too, lol. Thanks a bunch! Thanks to the other responders also - guess I could have mentioned that we have our itinerary pretty mapped out - except for the park and the burgers. :) Glad to be of help. Have a great trip! PS: I'm a rabid BareBurger fan. Was trying to be unbiased. Ha ha haNot to worry - as I looked it up it is organic - that's where we're going! Thanks again!
pasusan 08/17/19 11:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sticky front of oven

Have you tried Goo Gone?
pasusan 08/17/19 07:09am General RVing Issues
RE: NYC - Central Park

HadEnough - this is great! The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the number one item on our itinerary. So glad to get info on the park... Last time we were there we did check out the Dakota and popped into the park from there. Now we've got ideas on where to go and what to see. And we've got the burger joints whittled down too, lol. Thanks a bunch! Thanks to the other responders also - guess I could have mentioned that we have our itinerary pretty mapped out - except for the park and the burgers. :)
pasusan 08/17/19 05:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
NYC - Central Park

We've been to NYC a couple times, but just barely stepped foot in Central Park. We want to see more of it this coming trip. Anyone have advice on special-not-to-miss parts of the park? Oh - and if anyone has advice on where to get the best burger in Manhattan...
pasusan 08/16/19 06:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How High???

8' 4" Not high at all - just high enough to need a 9' garage door and high enough for New York to charge us extra tolls (don't ask me why they charge more for anything over 7' 6").
pasusan 08/14/19 05:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Maintaining air gap in new Atwood water heater

For a permanent solution consider a small expansion tank. Amazon - Shurflow Expansion is an issue for closed systems. Mine would leak at the water pump fittings if the WH would heat a tank of cold water with no usage. Took a lot of time to eventually find the intermittent issue.This is what I did. Our B has such a small water system that if I didn't let out some water at the kitchen faucet while water heating the relief valve would leak a bit. My manual (and the notice inside the door of the water heater) says that's normal. I just installed an expansion tank and so far so good.
pasusan 08/11/19 05:05am General RVing Issues
RE: RV Ovens

I guess I'll be the first to advise - not a pizza stone but - an airbake cookie sheet. We've used one for the past oh so many years and can bake anything we want. Just put it under whatever you're cooking and it will keep the bottom from burning while the top cooks evenly.
pasusan 08/06/19 03:54pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: RV lifestyle...

Now that we have a class B+/C-, have a two minute set-up time. Never hook up to water or sewer. No toad so want to be mobile at any time. Only hook up to 15/20 amp. I think those of us who don't have toads or tow vehicles, tend to set up a bit simpler, just because a run to the grocery store means disconnecting the vehicle (plus we don't have much room to bring a lot of "stuff" along)We are that way also - only get out the chairs when we are going to sit in them, and then put them away when we're done. Put water in the tank and no hook ups to water or sewer. Ready to fly anytime. What's weird is we camp that way whether with our B or with our trailer. I guess we were always B folks even back when we only had a trailer. We do enjoy seeing the folks that have pink flamingos and palm trees. No judgement - just not us.
pasusan 08/04/19 10:53am RV Lifestyle
RE: Who really cares about what forum a thread is in?

I often see responses along the lines of "why did you post on this forum rather than that forum" or 'this belongs in "X" forum, or "you will get more responses posting in this forum instead" . Personally, I never check individual forums to see what is going on. I look at the "Active" search and occasionally the "Newest". Then I scroll thru to see if anything looks interesting. What forum it comes out of is meaningless to me.I'm sort of like you. First I go to the Class B forum (hoping that there is a new post as it seems like everyone has left for Facebook), then General, then Active. Active is where I hang out. But - if I want to post some question - I know where to go. Wouldn't want to post a Tech question under Travel Trailers. :W
pasusan 07/28/19 10:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Real small motor homes; value?

Can't disagree with the prices... We bought our B at 12 years old and it cost more than our first house. And *then* we had to build a new garage with high doors so it wouldn't have to sit outside. We are not rich by any means and we couldn't be happier with our B. Can't really take a shower inside and it doesn't have an oven, but we are happy with the compromises. It has been fun to plan differently and learn to live with the limitations. As far as traveling versus camping - we do both in ours. Haven't even dewinterized the trailer this year - it just seems so cumbersome once you are used to nimble.
pasusan 07/28/19 05:34am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Dogs

We've also noticed how many people must always have dogs with them. It was especially annoying a couple years ago on Goat Island at the Falls. It seemed that everyone had a dog - sometimes 2. It was hard to stand at the overlooks without getting dogs and leashes tangled around our legs. Do dogs enjoy attractions like the Falls? Don't want them to miss out on the scenery. ;)
pasusan 07/20/19 07:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Getting an error

Any better portal?Yeah, but I post in the fervent hope someone cares.Don't you know... Hope is not a tactic - whether it's fervent or not. BTW - I get the same thing. Often. Lately.
pasusan 07/16/19 06:13am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Toilet Shims

Toilets have two bolts, one on left and one on right. Is it rocking front to back? First thing I would do is pull the toilet up and check to see that the flange is screwed securely to the floor. Should also check to see if there's something going on with the sub-floor itself. Toilet bolts tighten the bowl to the flange, not to the floor and if the flange isn't tight against the floor, the toilet could move. If it still rocks, I see no reason why you couldn't use toilet shims if the floor or the toilet bottom aren't flat. Note that any time you pull a toilet up you need to replace the foam gasket. Just don't use any type of caulk between toilet and floor.Is this true??? This is a need to know question as I have just pulled up the toilet to do some plumbing repairs. The foam gasket looks fine and fluffy.
pasusan 07/09/19 08:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Hard time finding a short full mattress.

We needed a similar mattress for our B and got it on Amazon. Foam mattress. We cut it to size with an electric knife. Couldn't be happier!
pasusan 06/27/19 05:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Survey-- City Water vs pump

Run off the tank with the water pump only and always. And we have a note over the door that says "Water Off?"
pasusan 06/25/19 02:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: new water pump - now water filling tank??

Call Shurflo - we also got a bad pump and they sent me a new one that worked.
pasusan 06/09/19 06:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: "303" Survey

I use it on just about everything plastic, vinyl, or rubber. What it works really great on is the bumpy plastic trim on bumpers and elsewhere on our vehicles. It will remove the white hazy wax when I accidentally get wax on it, will remove splattered bugs, and will leave it shiny and new looking. Can't really talk about how it helps longevity of anything as we keep our RVs inside except when we're camping and everything is still like new.
pasusan 06/08/19 09:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Brakes are Fixed (from closed thread)

Hi, The rotors were only $60 Cdn each. It was cheaper to replace them than to turn them. I HATE that sort of waste.I'm with you - we're filling up the landfills faster than ever. HadEnough - glad you've got it taken care of! (We actually did do a brake job in a campground - a provincial park outside of Toronto - many years ago.)
pasusan 06/02/19 06:17am General RVing Issues
RE: How do you share camping expenses?

Wow, some of you are awfully judgmental. I am talking to you bob. Yeah, we are explorers, not campers nor travelers. I knew there was a reason I do not frequent this site much. Others have had similar experiences here. Mods, please delete.Your only mistake was telling your story - leaving yourself open to judgement. I thought it was an interesting question about how to handle splitting expenses. There are some great answers here that may help others. :)
pasusan 06/02/19 05:21am General RVing Issues
RE: What to do

Look into a class B. You can drive and park it anywhere - don't need a toad. Easy as a van to drive. Good luck to you...
pasusan 05/25/19 06:00am General RVing Issues
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