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RE: Field Walk

Thank you! I sooooo needed that wonderful video.
wandering bark 03/25/20 05:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: Down a truly rough road in my class C?

My plan is to only travel that rough road only once or twice a month, staying only a week at the time, roll in and roll out. Touring Florida into Georgia a lot, and loved every minute. Full-timed in this rig for ten years now and hope to get another bunch of years. No leaks, no real problems except replace the refrigerator and air conditioner, new tires, re-did the inside a bit with lighter sofa, desk, little stuff. There's a fellow in the horse club that offered to check the caulk and alignment. I will do the trip ONCE, slowly inching along, but if it looks like it's too much, will get it pulled up on a wrecker's platform and make other plans. You all have given me a lot of good advice and ideas and I thank you very much. I remember MockTurtle from years ago. Didn't you have a Born Free? And then a 4-wheel drive RV of some sort? Always had good ideas. Thanks again. Lift a glass of "good cheer" to the New Year and enjoy.
wandering bark 12/27/19 03:37pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Down a truly rough road in my class C?

DrewE, thank you. That is extraordinarily helpful. The road is hard dirt, a few shallow puddles if it rains. Since my rig is low to the ground, I will have to move very slowly...it has the "skates" on the rear to help with it all. It's worth the anxiety about it to be able to have the peace and quiet and horses. I hadn't thought much about the overhead cabinets, but will wrap and pack accordingly...thanks especially for that thought. Just going slow and maneuvering should be okay, I hope. Again, thank you for a well-thought-out and helpful contribution. Happy New Year to you and yours. Donnis
wandering bark 12/27/19 08:38am Class C Motorhomes
Down a truly rough road in my class C?

Need advice please. I've been offered a FHU on a remote ranchette where I go horseback riding, but the easements, which are very rutted and rolling, sort of up-and-down lumps in the road, are enough to jar the kidneys out of an elephant(to put it graphically). I took my Ford Taurus, heavy duty car, up there and after that trip have the feeling that with my 27 ft. Class C it would jar and twist and perhaps not be the brightest move I ever made. It's got airbags, good tires, and is well-balance...now. But I'm apprehensive about going down that long horror of a road. Has anyone had this experience, and how did you deal with it, and give me an idea of what to check and look for before I decide to give up the site, which is really beautiful. I have no qualms about saying "NO" to it, just need some other C RV folks' thoughts on it. Thank you! Donnis
wandering bark 12/27/19 06:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Microwave over the range: what's difference

Thank you all. I think a microwave will be the best choice now. I do have that metal trim facing around it...the new microwave would be about 30 lbs, so I think this mic/convec that's dead is about that. New one is 19" wide, 15" deep, and 11" tall...should fit. I like the idea of the wood strip as extra protection from popping out. Again, thanks. Donnis
wandering bark 06/16/19 09:25am Class C Motorhomes
Microwave over the range: what's difference

Hi. My over the range micro/convection unit has died after 9 years and I want to put just a simple microwave to up in its place. Found one a bit smaller on line, but it is a countertop unit about 800 watts and smaller, which will fit I think...I want to order it from on line. Is there any reason I couldn't put the smaller unit in place of the one I just lost? The plug is up there too. Thanks for any information you can share. Fair Winds. Donnis Thompson
wandering bark 06/16/19 05:27am Class C Motorhomes
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