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RE: I am the truck killer!

Good Fords from 2002 have no spark plugs. Try a different brand. Do more maintenance. Get serious about it. Have a skilled person watch how you drive. Hopefully these ideas will help your luck.
ppine 05/23/22 10:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

Two or three vehicles.
ppine 05/23/22 10:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

The safe bet is a 3/4 ton pick up. They don't cost much more than a 1/2 ton or SUV. I don't understand the resistance to buying one.
ppine 05/20/22 08:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Yuma

Yuma is an interesting place. My time there was spent with people mostly over 80 having a great time. Luaus, two piece bathing suits, golf carts with flames and mag wheels. Not my scene, but people were having fun.
ppine 05/15/22 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dentist in Mexico

Lots of good dentists in Mexico and many other places. Go on vacation to a nice place and get your teeth fixed.
ppine 05/15/22 09:10am Snowbirds
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

Retired, Your choices are a little light for your current trailer. They have shorter wheel bases. What happens if you get a slightly larger trailer or get off the main highways?
ppine 05/15/22 09:09am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Jersey to California

I made the same trip for the first time in 1969 from Maryland. Everything is brand new. You can't make a mistake and you can't see it all in 40 years. Relax and have a good time.
ppine 05/08/22 09:23am Roads and Routes
RE: Dog food

Pet nutrition has advanced rapidly in the last 10 years. We feed a lot of chicken, some vegetables, and some quality kibble underneath. My last Border Collie could still run at 16 when she passed. We lost our Corgi at 17 1/2. Food matters when it comes to dogs.
ppine 05/08/22 09:22am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cummins 6.7L Gasoline Engine in a Ram?

Diesel technology is superior. That is why Dodge is coming up with this idea to use different kinds of fuel. When EVs become popular and gas engines are fading, diesel engines will remain popular because of their versatility, long life and innovation.
ppine 05/07/22 09:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: Be careful with engine block heaters

Why would anyone use a block heater in Reno? Because it is going to snow next week. May 9-13.
ppine 05/05/22 04:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tailgate for a truck camper

It is usually in the way.
ppine 04/23/22 08:44am Truck Campers
RE: Camping Courtesies

Yes. Good comments. Be considerate. I like to play some music around 5:00, but I only play quieter music and ask permission first if anyone is nearby. Most people like it and ask for more music. Last month I was camping in the woods near home. On the second day a large flat bed truck showed up with Texas plates. I went over to meet the new neighbors, a guy and his wife. He was planning to do some mechanical work on the truck in order to get it home. I asked if he was spending the night. He said yes. I asked if he needed any blankets. He said no. After while I was cooking dinner, and my neighbor came by and asked "Do you need any help?" Few people have ever asked me that question while camping in 70 years. The guy and his wife happened to be originally from Mexico. Helping others is a part of their culture.
ppine 04/23/22 08:42am RV Lifestyle
RE: What % Of Alcohol Does Your State Have?

States or regions that do not meet EPA air quality guidelines normally have fuel with some Ethanol added during the smogiest time of year. In Nevada that means November to April will have 15% ethanol added to the fuel. The law was recently changed.
ppine 04/18/22 02:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Your Favorite Boondocking Pics

Nice pics TravelinDog. I have retired from hunting now, but miss being out there in the fall. I really like the Rubies, Jarbidge, Schell Creek and Toiyabe Ranges.
ppine 04/11/22 09:42am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Bedding in overhead beds in T/C

Sleeping bags and blankets. It is what I use at home. I often use a top sheet but not folded in, loose under the blanket.
ppine 04/08/22 09:40am Truck Campers
RE: Ellison Provincial Park in the Okanagan valley of BC. PICS

If I could get in I would have moved to eastern BC already.
ppine 04/08/22 09:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Extended trip planning

After 60 years of road trips habits are hard to change. I only make reservations under duress or one day ahead. I prefer the off season for long trips and move when I feel like it. The idea of a tight schedule and having to be somewhere has no appeal at all. In the West there is always some public land around. It allows great freedom, but people from the East take time to adjust to it. Recently it seems there are no refunds at a lot of RV parks. That makes them unattractive to me except for filling and emptying tanks, powering up and taking a shower and washing clothes.
ppine 04/07/22 09:57am Roads and Routes
RE: Cooking surfaces and tools, What's your favorite to use!

Dutch ovens. They can cook anything. Sometimes I bring a small charcoal grill. Light and easy to pack around. Both styles take some time to put a good fire together and cook slowly. It is the right pace for camping. Sometimes in spring and fall I camp near town and invite friends to dinner.
ppine 04/06/22 10:08am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Decal replacement

I have removed some but never wanted to replace them.
ppine 04/06/22 10:05am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: mb diesel oil mistake

No problema. I was talking with a Sprinter van owner recently in a campground with his hood up. He had the Mercedes diesel. I asked him where the DEF fill was. He said "what is DEF?" Time to head for town and buy some DEF. He was thankful.
ppine 04/02/22 08:50am Class C Motorhomes
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