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RE: That time of year

Yea, got the end of the camping season blues. Feeling it here in NY as we closed our tt up for the winter.
2edgesword 11/02/19 06:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Watch for this rig in Mexico but do not approach

Very sad. I know we're RVing to relax and have a good time but be careful out their folks, especially if you decide to go off into a seclude area you're not very familiar with.
2edgesword 10/30/19 08:09pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Near New York City and/or train lines

Wildwood State Park on Long Island is an option. You could take the Long Island Railroad into Penn Station and get anywhere in NYC via subway. And if you decide you want to check out Eastern Long Island (Montauk Point) you could also take the LIRR to the east end. https://parks.ny.gov/parks/68/details.aspx
2edgesword 05/31/19 09:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Huge damage award - posted without comment

http://www.landlinemag.com/Story.aspx?StoryID=74237#.XOP9RlJKi01 Lyle Stupidity cost lives.
2edgesword 05/21/19 02:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Large Back Window

The large rear window was a must have for us since the vast majority of campsites we have stayed at had the nice view to the rear.
2edgesword 04/16/19 01:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: $hitty situation for me

The black tank vent will most likely be on the roof. It's a tube that runs from the tank to the roof and will have a cover with a gap between the top of the tube and the cover to allow venting of the tank while preventing rain from going into the tank.
2edgesword 04/16/19 01:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Surge protector...

One of the reviews on Amazon mentioned... "I originally gave this product 3-Stars. After using it on three RV Journeys I have lowered my opinion of this product. The Power Defender is not rain resistance. A couple of thundershowers caused water to enter the component. A small amount of rain residue in the component caused the electrical wiring to short out. It will give false indications of voltage problems and chatter." https://www.amazon.com/Camco-PowerDefender-Integrated-Protection-55310/dp/B00JGJH8QU That said the Q&A on Amazon also mentions... "The Power Defender Voltage Protector provides three functions. It monitors the voltage level of the power source and will disconnect power to the RV if there is an unsafe high or low voltage and automatically reconnects power once the voltage has maintained a safe operating range for two minutes." These are features you do want in a surge protection device but the water resistance issue would be a major issue given these things are subject to rain, wind, etc.
2edgesword 04/15/19 12:12pm Travel Trailers
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