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RE: Ever hear of this camping company? Harvest Host

We don't belong, but have met and heard of lots of people that HH works well for. It's kind of instead of a Walmart parking lot - just for overnight, but much nicer surroundings and friendly atmosphere.
pasusan 10/10/21 05:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Which inverter?

Thanks for the input guys! Will look into a new one 300 - 500 watts...
pasusan 10/06/21 03:18pm Tech Issues
Which inverter?

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pasusan 10/06/21 05:13am Technology Corner
Which inverter?

In our Roadtrek (Class B) we have an inverter that is used just to run the TV and the DVD player. We think it wrecked the TV. When I put our electrical checker on it there were just 101 volts and there was another message about open neutral. We're looking to replace it with a new inverter - we know nothing about them and I do remember reading here about pure sine wave or something. :@ So - what size do we need for just those 2 items - how many watts - and should it be a pure sine wave one?
pasusan 10/06/21 05:13am Tech Issues
RE: Oregon to charge 25% more for out of state RV campers

I don't know... NY state parks have always charged extra for us out-of-staters. And we still camp in many of them every year. Doesn't deter us in the least.
pasusan 09/23/21 09:44am General RVing Issues
RE: "Use Both Lanes Until Merge Point"

^^ Makes sense to me... PA has started the zipper thing - on interstates. It confuses us as we are used to getting in line in one lane - then there are the folks that we used to hate zooming past. :(
pasusan 09/04/21 05:56am General RVing Issues
RE: List some RV movies

Blood and Money. 2020 release with Tom Berenger. Kind of a " Coen Brothers" dark movie filmed in the winter months in N Maine. Props to the guy who said " get me an RV that that helps describe the character of our star". One member who responded to this question will give it 5 stars! No more clues.....We saw that - I was trying to remember the name of it to post it... We were so excited to see that it was an 'RV' movie! It was pretty 'dark' and you don't want to know what happens to the RV. :E
pasusan 08/15/21 04:32am General RVing Issues
RE: New vehicle - MSRP?

OP here... Just want to thank everyone for chiming in. Looks like we can make a plan of action. We will have to see how things are next summer, but what I've been seeing is used models that we're looking at are outrageously priced, which is making us look at new for the first time ever. The last time we bought from a dealer was our used 1978 F150 that was 9 months old. It was a horrible experience and we never did it again.
pasusan 07/29/21 04:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: New vehicle - MSRP?

Thanks for the replies! I should have mentioned - we'll probably wait till next summer, just want to get started on the thinking... I guess that's another question - is there a best time of year to buy - like buying this year's model just when the new models come out? I appreciate all the thoughts and advice.:)
pasusan 07/28/21 06:14am Tow Vehicles
New vehicle - MSRP?

OK guys - just want to know what to expect with prices - we've never (I mean never) bought a brand new vehicle, so want to get ideas on how it works. As we're getting older we are thinking of buying a new SUV - mainly for reliability and ease of someone else servicing it. So - when I see the MSRP on a website - is that the real price? Can I expect them to go down 30% like I hear they do with RVs? Help us figure out how it works before we go shopping. :)
pasusan 07/28/21 05:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: Best route from Morgantown, WV to Blackwater Falls SP

DrewE - thanks for telling me those are state highways - made me look up map symbols. Now I know the roads I was worried about should be OK - and I'll know the symbols going forward. I've been steered to some pretty awful roads by our GPS - good to check everything out before we go. ferndaleflyer - thanks for pointing out another alternate route. That's actually only a few minutes longer and we could stop for lunch at Coopers Rock State Forest.
pasusan 07/16/21 04:20am Roads and Routes
Best route from Morgantown, WV to Blackwater Falls SP

We'll be driving our class B, so we're not long or anything - just want to avoid poorly taken care of back roads - definitely want to avoid gravel roads. So - should we follow Google maps, which gives us shortcuts on who knows what kind of roads (92 and 24), or should we stick with the known numbered roads like 119, 50, and 219. Changing the route to stay on those roads will add 11 minutes, so seems like a good idea to me. But, maybe 92 and 24 are really OK roads. Anyone familiar with this area and these roads?
pasusan 07/15/21 10:15am Roads and Routes
RE: How important is level with residential fridge

I've seen this question here a lot... And I'm not sure of the answer. You obviously won't have the same problems (as with an absorption fridge) if off level, and it probably doesn't matter for a little while. But - our home A/C had gone off level by a bit over time and when we looked it up to see if it mattered we found this: "Another reason that the condensing unit must be level has to do with the oil that mixes with the refrigerant. There’s always some oil that escape the compressor and travels with the refrigerant through the lines. As long as the unit is level, this oil comes back to the compressor and gets redeposited where it’s needed. However, if the unit isn’t level, then the oil may separate from the refrigerant and end up pooling in the lines and coils. Over time, this can lead to a shortage of oil in the compressor, causing damage and overheating. Additionally, oil coating the inside of the coils can make it harder for heat to transfer, decreasing the system’s efficiency." Link to site.
pasusan 07/02/21 06:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Electric bikes !!

Thanks for this thread - we'll be watching !!
pasusan 06/27/21 10:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Verizon or gmail bouncing email to phone

Ok, do me a solid. If you have a Verizon cell phone, use your computer -based email to send a brief message to yourphonenumber@vtext.com thanksWell, how cool is that? It just worked for me using AOL mail (don't laugh!) This could come in handy... :)
pasusan 06/20/21 09:09am Technology Corner
RE: Refrigerator flame

Pasusan: what is make and model of your "new" refer?It's a Dometic RM2353. The kind where you have to hold in the gas button then push the piezo button to light it.
pasusan 06/17/21 08:23am General RVing Issues
RE: Refrigerator flame

Well... My "old" (1990) fridge has the DSI thing and does turn off and on with the snick, click, snick business. My "new" (2004) fridge stays lit all the time - that's the small fridge in our B. About this I know I'm not wrong.
pasusan 06/17/21 05:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Cost of RVing

Just another expensive pleasure. I'm just glad I didn't borrow money to pay for it. I'm still willing to pay some more cash for it. Correct! I consider camping in a RV to be a "hobby" and as such with all hobbies, it costs you money to participate. But, I keep my costs to a minimum by not buying a new expensive RVs, old used RVs have saved me tens of thousands of dollars even when taking repairs into account. If you are buying a new expensive RV and thinking you are going to save money camping, you will be disappointed in the end.Hopefully that will happen sooner rather than later for all the newbies that are clogging our campgrounds. ;)
pasusan 05/27/21 06:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Top 15 Dislikes of my B-Class Thor Tellaro / Sequence

This is a typical youtube van video setup. You know - the 10 or 15 things I like and then the things I don't. The things we got right and then the things we didn't. Stuff like that... And - yeah - it is click bait to get more youtube views. I did enjoy the video - just to look around at another van. :)
pasusan 05/21/21 04:05am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: We are excited

Oh my gosh - what a nice layout! Love the table with the wine in the living room. :)
pasusan 04/27/21 04:07am General RVing Issues
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