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RE: Full Time RV living as a S Corp/1099 employee

Along with Fl, you may want to research Montana and Wyoming as bases. Montana has favorable taxes on the corp issues and the MH purchase. Wy is well known for being the least taxed state.
wanderingaimlessly 10/22/21 06:59pm Beginning RVing
RE: Good Sam ERS Hung Us Out to Dry

You had a typo there Good Scam roadside service apparently was the one you had.
wanderingaimlessly 10/22/21 06:46pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Where to in June

Idaho, and add power company campsites to your list along with state and federal options. idaho power companies
wanderingaimlessly 10/18/21 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Do you always need an RV Park ? .....

A campground about every fourth night, just to hook up, dump, and refill. We may be at W&E campgrounds those nights, but its not necessary.
wanderingaimlessly 10/15/21 06:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

Hmmmmm Holds 150 lbs So what do you do next month? :W
wanderingaimlessly 10/12/21 04:12pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Towing 6,500 pounds with a class C

The new C's with the 7.3 likely fare better than the older ones. I know JAYCO has a couple that meet your requirements.
wanderingaimlessly 10/11/21 05:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: blowing a 20a and 30a fuse instantly

Sounds like plugging something into the outlet is causing it to short internally. Try plugging something else into it, to see if it instantly trips.
wanderingaimlessly 10/06/21 07:02am Tech Issues
RE: A tale of two campgrounds

Shelby forest was fully booked both weekends and around 40-50% during the week. For September usage, that seems pretty active. Natchez Trace on a Sunday was no more active, but I was only there the one night. What was a little odd it seemed to me was the number of car campers each night. Singles or couples who came in, unloaded their cars onto the picnic tables, covered them with a tarp or plastic, slept in the car and packed up the next morning. Even saw a couple of car/suv's pulling u-haul trailers do it. Guess some folks are still shy on the idea of motel rooms with coronacrud.
wanderingaimlessly 10/06/21 05:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
A tale of two campgrounds

Due to my wifes death, I recently had to spend extended time in Tennessee. On our way west, we decided to stop at Natchez Trace State park. We only expected W&E, but ended up with a FHU site. The park was relatively spacious and had nice open areas around all of the camping loops. Then we moved to our destination park, Meeman Shelby Forest state park. W&E sites, which we expected, but they were so old that the soil next to the asphalt pad was eroded away about 14 inches around the parking pad. No cell service, (which I understand is not their fault, but being only 20 miles from a large city it was a shock) narrow roads entering and a lot of new scratches because trees had not been trimmed. The rangers and staff at Shelby forest were great, we needed to extend our stay and they worked with us, to accomadate us. But the conditions at the two parks were starkly different. Being close to the state capitol, and in full public view of the politicians made for a wonderful park at Natchez Trace, being hidden in north Shelby county landed that park with little to no upgrades since the CCC workers built it 60+ years ago.
wanderingaimlessly 10/05/21 03:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will Fed shutdown bar access to Nat Forests? Nat Parks?

The party currently in power is the party most often in charge of large cities and urban areas. Rural areas tend to be marginalized when they are in power. And it is human nature that when you regain power, you use it to benefit those who got you there. If they shut down all but essential services, those rural folks will bear the brunt as being those other people. Probably the best way to predict how this goes would be to look at what the prior administration did. It's many of the same ideologue's so their approach will likely be similar. If I recall correctly many BLM areas were closed off, along with the parks and campgrounds.
wanderingaimlessly 09/25/21 06:20am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: 2003 Daymon Daybreak

First look at the controls, brand and model and then go to that companies site. Did you ensure the parking brake is set? engine running? The Damon manual is only going to point you to the jacks manual.
wanderingaimlessly 09/24/21 06:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding Nashville

Travelled 40 east to west Sunday, no major construction problems in Nashville, Knoxville was as much of a PIA as ever. Try to schedule your big city transits on the weekends and they go easier.
wanderingaimlessly 09/22/21 07:07pm Roads and Routes
An upgraded option for the half ton Pickup crowd

Toyota has unveiled the new Tundras, more power, hybrid, higher tow cap. Tundra
wanderingaimlessly 09/20/21 07:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: SUV for pulling hybrid

Ah thanks everyone!! I value your input. I know As you have spoken Chevy has their cargo/passenger vans and I know Ford does as well but any thoughts on which is better overall? The Chevy's give you the option of a conventional truck drivetrain, plenty of tow cap in the neighborhood of 9000 lbs and sufficient seating, cargo up in the 3500 lb range. With v-8 drivetrains. The ford transit lets you get the eco boost 3.5, and all the seating you need, but trailer towing is limited to 4000 lbs or so. The trailers you can keep in that range are pretty sparse in amenities.
wanderingaimlessly 09/19/21 07:07am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: SUV for pulling hybrid

You may not like the idea of it, but with the plan being four kids, and they will grow, you may want to look at the vans like the Chevy Express, plenty of seating, and up to 9000 lb tow capacity.
wanderingaimlessly 09/18/21 08:30am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Does my camper............

Ask your wife. If she says that size doesn't matter,,,,,,,
wanderingaimlessly 09/16/21 05:56pm Truck Campers
RE: Help troubleshooting TT AC airflow

The other possibility is that your cooling coils are so trashed that not much air can get through them. coil cleaner If the coils are too dirty , air can not pass through them fast enough.
wanderingaimlessly 09/16/21 02:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Solar system with both 12v and AC inverter

I would not worry too much, you do have simple options. IF the trailer does not have an inverter already, you can also power most cpap units off of 12 volts. 12 volt cords If your machine has a "brick" in the regular power cord, chances are that it actually runs on 12 volts, making these cords a simple solution.
wanderingaimlessly 09/13/21 12:37pm Beginning RVing
RE: Suspension issue, 2021 Rockwood ultra lite

Dexter TorFlex axles under those trailers. You need to verify the weight rating from the axle and then decide whether to replace it yourself or call a mobile mechanic to do it.
wanderingaimlessly 09/13/21 06:54am Tech Issues
RE: Solar system with both 12v and AC inverter

Your TH likely already has a Pure sine wave inverter, for powering TV's or the fridge. In my Winnie I simply tapped the TV outlet in the bedroom with an extension cord for the CPAP on nights we are not connected to shore power.
wanderingaimlessly 09/13/21 05:51am Beginning RVing
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