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RE: Questions on using a Dutch Oven

No need for charcoal chimneys, charcoal, tables or gloves. Too much stuff. A shovel and lid is all you need. A pair of pliers or vice grips works fine if you do not have a lid lifter.
ppine 03/28/20 04:34pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

they know the spots because they publicize them. I like the spots no one knows about.
ppine 03/28/20 01:52pm Toy Haulers
RE: Closing campgrounds and no where to go

Next week the backyard campsite making lasagna in a Dutch Oven and sleeping in the trailer looking at the local mountains.
ppine 03/28/20 01:48pm Full-time RVing
RE: The perfect RV campground

Privacy Shade View Wildlife
ppine 03/28/20 01:46pm Family Camping
RE: The perfect RV campground

I would trade your whole list for some privacy and space.
ppine 03/28/20 10:01am Family Camping
RE: Questions on using a Dutch Oven

Many people seem to collect Dutch Ovens and their accessories, but have some fear about using them. This is common. They are actually forgiving because of the mass of the cast iron. I always cook with wood. The main beginner problem is too much heat. Trust your DO. Start with easy recipes like a stew. Find someone to help you with your first time or 2. Ready, set, go.
ppine 03/28/20 10:00am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Truck overheating towing on long steep grades.

On steep roads like going to Death Valley your engine and your brakes are going to get hot when towing. Get used to it and pull over.
ppine 03/27/20 09:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

The fastest way to ruin the good places in the outdoors is to publicize them. Show the coordinates, give directions and photos, and the next time you go there you won't be able to recognize it. Stop it.
ppine 03/27/20 09:33am Toy Haulers
RE: Closing campgrounds and no where to go

Overcome your fear.
ppine 03/27/20 09:29am Full-time RVing
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

I know lots of people that studied finance in college. They can tell you all about the futures market, commodities trading, day trading, leveraging real estate, etc. One of them is bankrupt, one lives in a broken down motor home that does not run, several of them are in hock up to their eyeballs and today look like deer in the headlights. Their lives are a house of cards and they know it.
ppine 03/27/20 09:27am Beginning RVing
RE: Closing campgrounds and no where to go

Plenty of public lands in the West. IN the East maybe the thing to do is get permission to stay on private land.
ppine 03/26/20 09:45am Full-time RVing
RE: Will fridge run off tow vehicle on batts on TT?

No they won't.
ppine 03/25/20 12:40pm Tech Issues
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

Hey bid time. How is your stock portfolio doing? Financing an Rv for 20 years is a bad idea no matter how you try to rationalize it. Now is the wrong time to make any major purchase.
ppine 03/25/20 12:39pm Beginning RVing
RE: CBD oil

If your dog has anxiety, there are several things you can do to eliminate it. Take them with you often Give them lots of exercise. Make them feel safe. Encourage the behavior you want and reward it. Never reward bad behavior. I have had 3 Border Collies. They are a smart and energetic breed. All of them have been really good and being calm because they feel safe, mentally challenged and get their exercise.
ppine 03/25/20 10:19am RV Pet Stop
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

People need to learn the difference between investment spending and consumptive spending. There is nothing wrong with borrowing money to invest and make more than the cost of the loan. Borrowing money to buy a depreciating asset that is non-essential is as dumb as it gets, especially with a 20 year term. I would be reluctant to borrow money to buy an RV even it was a full-time residence. I would use the proceeds from my house to buy one for cash. If you are trying to retire, you want to pay off your house mortgage, and not take on any additional debt.
ppine 03/25/20 10:13am Beginning RVing
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

And some people can't figure out why it is so hard to retire.
ppine 03/24/20 04:51pm Beginning RVing
RE: Driving With a Pop Up vs Hardside??

A pop-up is light, you can see over it, with little wind resistance. Easy to tow. The problems start when you try to live in it. Too cold, too hot and too loud.
ppine 03/24/20 11:10am Truck Campers
RE: 20 year loan for RV?

I like a 15 year loan on a house. Unless it is my only residence, I would not go longer than 7 years on an RV. Cash is best.
ppine 03/24/20 11:07am Beginning RVing
RE: Tequila

Tequila is in Jalisco and always has been.
ppine 03/24/20 07:24am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Neat Supermarket Health Tip

Drive in groceries. Order on line and they put them in your truck.
ppine 03/24/20 07:24am Around the Campfire
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