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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
RE: IMAGE ISSUES NOT WORKING for this POST

I saw the pictures earlier - now they're gone.
pasusan 03/25/21 03:55am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Fantastic fan or maxxair ?

I replaced the functioning Fantastic Vent fan in our class B with a Maxxair Fan. It can stay open in the rain without a huge cover. Totally happy with the change.
pasusan 03/12/21 04:59pm Truck Campers
RE: Interesting van build

mobile ear doctor WHAT? LOL!!!! I smiled at yours. Laughed at the response. Smirked at the Next!Thanks for explaining it - finally got it... LOL
pasusan 03/07/21 05:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Dicor lap sealant or Eternabond tape for new roof vent

I would use Eternabond if it is possible. I've got Eternabond around everything on my trailer roof - but when I replaced the Fantastic Fan with a Maxxair Fan in my class B - couldn't use it. I don't remember for sure, but it had something to do with the mounting bolt heads - I think they were too big and high - so the Eternabond just wasn't working. Dicor worked great in that instance.
pasusan 03/03/21 04:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Do you let you kids drive your motorhome

I didn't see this said yet... "Neither a borrower nor a lender be". That's a commandment isn't it? :)
pasusan 02/27/21 06:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How Important is Garage Storage?

It's up to you. Do you want to keep it for a long time? Our trailer is a 1990 - always stored inside and it is still like new. Our class B is a 2004 - always stored inside and it is still like new. We did have to build a garage that it would fit in - storing inside is that important to us.
pasusan 02/26/21 11:07am Travel Trailers
RE: How we camp in the winter

BTW, my John Deere would just love to come over and play in your drive way. :W Might take a while to get from central IL though.Nice offer, but... Our neighbor's got a John Deere - he drools over our Honda snowblower. ;) Snow is no reason to stop camping :) foresty forestNo Thanks! We never drive anything important in the snow (and salt)... The snow pieces in this puzzle would take some time.I was thinking the same thing. :)
pasusan 02/21/21 05:19am General RVing Issues
RE: How we camp in the winter

Looks like a puzzle for the Springtime more than Winter. I will be headed out to the desert this week, sorry no puzzle :( You'd be doing spring puzzles too if it looked like this out your back door. :) https://i.imgur.com/GzIMeGgl.jpg
pasusan 02/20/21 05:52am General RVing Issues
How we camp in the winter

https://i.imgur.com/OF9gU2al.jpg width = 600 This camper actually looks just like our 1974 Scotty that we used all of our kids' growing up years. Got the puzzle for Christmas and it was a ball to put together.
pasusan 02/18/21 06:00am General RVing Issues
RE: camping outlook 2021

Here in Northwest PA we have noticed a huge difference at our state parks. All last summer the parks were full. When we went camping in the fall we had a hard time getting in even on week days. We are thinking that a lot of the folks who are able to work remotely (and kids schooling remotely) now are doing it wherever they want - even at campgrounds. :R
pasusan 02/15/21 07:40am Full-time RVing
RE: Campgrounds between Erie PA and Western NY

Lake Erie State Park is a real beauty... https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/ACtC-3f4fPYPPcQkawwXK3PyiFA0uWK7Ydco5jOI0bezTWVsHaw9-XKfDPwL8WCTsdQsU0LIg39Oo8gIcO0gEXWZG4ph_4qsHyUs7UmqhcPmpHnHLVINfBE4KmTFwzA9GZlW1dB-ihv7dJYInJmLr7E3F21k=w1000-h750-no width=600
pasusan 01/25/21 06:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Out with the old in with the new

Good for you Jay! If we had weather other than below freezing with snow we'd do winter camping too! We usually do mostly fall and spring camping and this last year our spring plans were all thrown out because of closures. We did a couple day trips in the summer and then some camping in the fall. It was a very bad year after our best year ever in 2019... Here's hoping 2021 will be better than 2020!!!!
pasusan 01/04/21 04:30am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Smallest RV anyone has full timed in?

I've seen where 2 people and their dog(s) fulltime in a *van*. Just look it up on youtube...
pasusan 12/07/20 06:20am Full-time RVing
RE: I got my new gas light.

Where a gravity furnace could work in a RV, not use electricity it would burn more propane, unless it was below floor level. A wall mounted unit would put heat high in the room, to pool at ceiling. With nothing to circulate it would take a lot of heat to get that pool down to knees. The fan blower reverses the natural flow in the furnace, so the natural flow in the room helps to heat it.Plenty of apartments use a vented convection heater on the wall and nobody is getting cold knees for it. Exactly,we had one in a house when we first bought it..Worked okay just like the gravity furnace did in several truck campers and travel trailers..Those of us that have actually used them in cold temps,actually liked them and the lack of electricity needed...Absolutely... We had both a gravity furnace and a propane light in our '74 Scotty. Miss them every time we camp in the cold. The family would be sitting around the fire telling stories - I would go in the camper and start up the light while I turned all the furniture into beds. Those were the good old days... :)
pasusan 11/17/20 05:47am Truck Campers
RE: White Knuckle Trip

I don't know anything about Rialtas so I did a search and came up with this very informative page: Rialta. It talks about engine size as well as everything else. Looks like yours is one year too early for the better (bigger) engine.
pasusan 11/10/20 05:31am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Beware Camco Water Heater Tank Rinser

I read about the problem with the Camco fill nozzle on here years ago and when I got one I used a little Plumber's Goop to make sure it wouldn't come apart.
pasusan 11/09/20 05:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Set clocks back today

Most of my clocks have to be adjusted manually. The worst are our antique wind-up clocks - to go back an hour I have to stop them and then remember to start them up again an hour later - and that time happens to be now - thanks for the reminder. :)
pasusan 11/01/20 05:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Buying from a private party

I agree with your assessment that a B would work well for you. We had a similar situation of wanting to visit family in another state and not having any close campgrounds and not liking to stay in hotels. We wanted something we could park in my MIL's driveway for us to sleep in. This is actually why we got our B. Then we got comfortable with longer trips in it - now it is our go to RV. Our poor trailer has been just sitting for the last couple of years - probably should have sold it this summer with the high RV demand, but we aren't quite ready to part with it. Anyway - we bought our B at Sunshine State RV - which was mentioned earlier - and we couldn't be happier with how it all turned out. Good luck with everything - it's good to hear you have lots of support - take care.
pasusan 10/25/20 04:15am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Long term storage

OP - looks like you now feel comfortable with leaving it alone. I will still add that we have left our trailer alone since the spring of 2018. Not worried about it at all. It is inside like yours - anytime I go in it everything is a-ok. The water lines are blown out so no worries there. We have a smart converter so leave it plugged in 24/7. I do check the battery levels twice a year. Maybe this winter I will run the furnace for fun. :)
pasusan 10/20/20 07:19am General RVing Issues
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