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Showing Off Our Travels

This might be an odd question, but I'm wondering if anyone has found a way to display stickers on their RV in a non-permanent way. We have collected stickers from our travels and I hate to put them on our RV for fear of ruining the RV and also because if I ever traded in the RV for another model I'd want to be able to take the stickers with me. I was thinking of seeing if I can get a big clear static cling sticker to put on the RV and then put all my stickers on that, which could then be transferred to another RV. I also thought about doing the same with a big flat thin magnet, but magnets don't stick to fiberglass. Does anyone have any other solutions or ideas they have had? Thanks!
themoons 02/16/20 03:36pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Tornado Season

This is all really great advice. Thanks everyone. Sounds like a NOAA weather radio and and a couple of good apps will help in preparation. Safety is the most important so we'll make sure to take great care. Appreciate all the tips.
themoons 01/05/20 07:54pm Roads and Routes
Tornado Season

We are contemplating a trip through Tornado Alley in April during our kids' spring break. It would be the first half of April and we'd be traveling from Utah through Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, etc. I have obviously heard about tornado season, but never experienced it and don't know if this is something we should be worried about. Are we crazy? Will it be OK? Is that early enough in the season to not be concerned? I'd love any insight anyone has.
themoons 01/03/20 11:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: Wind Noise

Well, I did the testing with the tape and the noise is clearly being produced by wind passing by the side of the windshield and the frame. Taping up that seam helped immensely. The sad thing is it seems to be a terrible design flaw. I'll need to check with Winnebago and some windshield installers to see if there is a more permanent fix because I don't really want to drive around with masking tape on my windshield forever. Thanks all for the recommendations!
themoons 07/10/19 10:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wind Noise

Thanks for the suggestions. I've looked into the weep hole covers. We are missing one, but I don't think that is where the sound is coming from. It seems more like it is around the sides of the windshield. I think I might try the painters tape along the edge, but it could also be mirrors. I might see if those can be adjusted at all. It just seems ridiculous that they would expect you to have to yell at each other to talk in the front seats. The model is a 2016, so I don't think it is a rust issue.
themoons 07/10/19 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
Wind Noise

I'm still relatively new to the Class A scene. After about 4,000 miles on the road, I'm starting to wonder if the crazy loud wind noise around the windshield is normal. It is really loud on both sides of the windshield, so much so that my wife and I nearly have to yell to talk to each other. On our most recent trip, the sound was nearly completely eliminated when we had a strong tail wind, which made me think maybe we can get rid of it all the time. I just thought it was normal for a class A. We are driving a Winnebago SunstarLX 35B. Any recommendations on what we can do would be very welcome. Thanks!
themoons 07/09/19 10:35pm Class A Motorhomes
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