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RE: What would you do?

It's not OK imo. I'd have gone postal if you were my wife or daughter.My DH responded similarly when I told him about this. As far as what would I do - I think I would report the activity to whoever is in charge. Unisex facilities have become quite common in Europe. I'm just sayn!Are we talking showers or just restrooms? ...since when has it become acceptable for men to be in women's shower facilities? ...Never.I agree. And I sure hope it won't become the norm.
pasusan 06/29/15 04:34am RV Lifestyle
RE: Former or Inactive members

What about Steve,I forgot his last name, but he had a couple Arctic Foxes and wrote about his travels in Alaska? Loved to read about his adventures.. B>O.Think you're talking about Steve Rankin - I really miss him too. Loved his dirty trailer picture taken up at the Arctic Circle. :)
pasusan 06/23/15 04:51am General RVing Issues
RE: BACKDRAFT?

I don't know what the term for it would be, but I do know that certain vehicles do a good job of sucking in the exhaust from the rear. My dad's station wagon would do that when the rear window was open. Our SUV does that when the rear window is open. We don't drive with the rear window open. Not sure if this is what you are talking about.... :)
pasusan 06/18/15 06:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Paying for two sites

Has anyone ever paid for two sites so they would be assured of some privacy or more room? At our favorite CG some of non electric sites are a bit close together so we will pay for two sites just wondering if anyone else does this.We've stayed at state parks in PA, NY, MD, and VA in the past few years and every one of them specifically state the minimum number of occupants as 1. If VT state parks allow this I am surprised as well as disheartened because if it can be done under the rules, then all sorts of "all about me" folks will certainly do it.
pasusan 06/18/15 05:01am General RVing Issues
RE: RV'ing the way we like it..peace and quiet

Sounds great, but I have a few questions... How exactly are you doing an area search for the "small, privately owned campgrounds" -- CG book, RV Park Reviews, software? Then what do you mean by going to "local venues" and asking about what is available -- asking around at some sort of event? TIA
pasusan 06/15/15 05:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV'ing the way we like it..peace and quiet

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pasusan 06/15/15 05:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Presque Isle, PA

Presque Isle... It is free to get into - there is no camping in the park. There are a bunch of really nice beaches and hiking trails, as well as a paved walking/bike trail. It is not a tourist trap and it is never so busy that it is uncomfortable. There's not much to spend money on unless you want to rent a canoe, a bike, or a Segway. We think it's beautiful.
pasusan 06/13/15 06:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: One of the good things.

Yep... Last week our dishwasher in the house broke. No dishwasher in the camper, but I did borrow the dish drainer. And then I ran out of dishwashing liquid and had to bring that in too. All back to normal now and all restocked. :)
pasusan 06/10/15 06:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: We've got a puzzle

Sounds to me like your timing chain may have jumped a cog. There very well could be more than one thing going on here. Thanks... I sort of doubt that (hopefulness here) as it is a newish Jasper Engine. As for draining the gas - we did that and then found non-ethanol gas in town to put in it and it still runs cruddy. Even with the Lucas gas treatment. So - we think we're going to take it back to the garage and just tell them to fix it. It will be interesting to find out what it is as we have 2 classic vehicles stored in the barn that start up perfectly a few times a year - with some pretty old gas with stabil. Not to mention a tractor that sits most of the year only being used for snow removal. And Geeze - not to mention our tow vehicle that sits for 7 months a year. (Although the last 2 have carburetors that we clean with Gumout once in a while.) The good thing about this is we found a somewhat local station that sells the non-ethanol gas at 91 octane. Definitely going to use that in our power equipment.
pasusan 05/31/15 09:32am Tow Vehicles
RE: We've got a puzzle

There are hazard waste collection points all around the nation. Call you local waste management and ask them where to take it. Usually it is free, as they do not want you polluting the country side.Thanks - of course DH was kidding about the garden because it seemed more like water than gas... We're calling our township tomorrow...
pasusan 05/31/15 09:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: Solaire TT Blew Over in Storm

Sorry to see this happen! Thanks for the pics and the video. My only advice if this is totalled and you get another one is to find one that doesn't sit so high. That might not be possible as they seem to be building them this way now - without wheel wells. I would be afraid to drive some of these high sitters down the highway with any bit of crosswind. Hope this works out for you...
pasusan 05/31/15 09:17am Travel Trailers
RE: We've got a puzzle

Thanks very much for the responses. We are now draining the gas ... and it hardly smells like gas!!! The tank was full all winter - actually since 8/28/14. :o Big question - what to do with the 15 or so gallons of this gas like liquid??? DH said sprinkle it on the garden. :E
pasusan 05/30/15 04:37pm Tow Vehicles
We've got a puzzle

This is not about our RV tow vehicle, but it actually does tow a utility trailer once in a while.... We've got a 1986 Bronco II that is missing badly and we don't know what is wrong. If anyone has any ideas, we're all ears. It has a 2.9 liter engine with electronic fuel injection and a rudimentary computer (not like today's vehicles). It sat most of the winter (we don't drive it in the snow and salt). Our first use of it this spring it ran really rough - engine shaking, exhaust coming out in stinky puffs. But then it cleared up and we took it to Lowes to pick up some lumber in our trailer. All the while it was running perfectly fine. A couple of weeks later... We started it up and it ran really rough again. This time it did not clear up and actually conked on the side of the road and then wouldn't start. I know - I shouldn't have taken it out of the driveway, but I was 90% sure it would clear up like last time. Checking the oil dipstick - we smelled gas. We had it towed to our local garage and asked them to diagnose it. They told us the fuel pressure was good and they think that it was condensation in the distributor cap and to do a complete tune up - as the plugs were totally fouled. Oh - and then the mechanic mentioned that it might just be the ACT (Air Charge Temperature) sensor that was giving a wrong reading causing a big fuel feed (like an automatic choke). Anyway - we did the tune up and it still ran rough. We replaced the ACT sensor and it still runs rough. At least it starts right up with the new clean plugs! But we don't want to run it long and foul up the new plugs. So... What could be wrong - it cleared itself up once and now it won't. Any ideas?
pasusan 05/30/15 10:06am Tow Vehicles
RE: My Engine replacement odyssey - 1994 HR

I'm getting worried about Geocritter. With a non running RV and flooding everywhere. Anyone have an update?
pasusan 05/30/15 06:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: More hot water? Add on demand unit?

Here is a nice thread about this very topic: Who doesn't like long, hot steamy showers ?
pasusan 05/29/15 07:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Survey-How do you reserve?

About 100% of our public campground reservations are done online (Reserve America or Recreation.gov) and west of the rockies. About 100% of our reservationa west of the rockies for private parks are made over the phone.Ditto for us east of the Mississippi.
pasusan 05/28/15 02:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: What is a "Small TT"?

I consider small anything 19' and smaller. 20-24 is medium. Anything longer than that is big.I like it, but... Are we measuring box size or hitch to bumper?
pasusan 05/22/15 06:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Lincoln Boyhood Memorial in Indiana

Does the Lincoln Boyhood National memorial have parking for RV's? Since I didn't get an answer, I'll answer it mysrlf.Thete are 4 back in RV/bus spaces.I know this be cause we stayed in one. Okaaay... :h
pasusan 05/22/15 03:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toyota's Biggest single money spinner outside NA

Its probably little to do with emissions and more to do with having a legitimate buisness case in the NAFTA market. Fact is the US market is by far the hardest to sell new pickups in. The big 3 continue to dominate sales, with Toyota who have great pickup trucks following way behind in sales. U.S. Market prefers Pickups from the " Big Three", it has a BIG thing about how much of those are actually made in the USSee this previous thread about the Honda Ridgeline.
pasusan 05/21/15 01:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: lubing the

While looking at Amazon for new dump valves I saw this: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81LPehKmWBL._SL1500_.jpg width=300
pasusan 05/21/15 04:55am Travel Trailers
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