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RE: Shore power question

I have left all of my campers plugged in 24/7 with onboard smart chargers. I have to add water two times each year in the summer months.
AJR 12/26/22 09:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Heating the Garage

OP said.... To clarify, I'm referring to the garage in our 5th wheel.
AJR 10/21/22 06:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Preparing to Leave in Hot Weather

As the fridge is plugged into 120V. Just turn it on a day or two ahead on time. As long as it is semi level. It should work as advertized. Mine does, ice cubes in 24 hours.
AJR 09/05/22 05:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wabash & Erie Canal Park

Wow! Has that place changed since the eighties when my kid’s BSA troop would camp there. Lots of fascinating history there.
AJR 09/04/22 06:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wabash & Erie Canal Park

I have been there many times in past years as a Boy Scout adult advisor. It has a very interesting history explained on signs as I recall. They only had a section of the canal filled with water back then. The tallest tree in the state was there. But I hear it collapsed awhile back but is still there. Lots of great hiking trails. Some with industrial relics on them.
AJR 08/22/22 09:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chicago to Cedar City, UT - route 70 or 80?

I80 is an easy drive. In fact a bit boring until you get into the mountains. I recall only one really long but not steep grade. Just east of Salt Lake City. Off of I80 is Jordanelle State Park. A nice scenic park with boating & fishing. From there to Cedar City via I15 out of Salt Lake City is less than a day’s drive.
AJR 07/20/22 07:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Buying a Former Rental Class C. How many of us out there?

On my 28A the best bang for the buck was a frontend alignment to close to 5? castor as possible on the 2012 Ford E350 chassis.
AJR 06/18/22 07:09pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Seeking Simple RV Recipes

No name please Baked Chicken w/stuffing 1 whole frier, rinsed with water inside & out. 1 medium onion, medium chopped 1 can Italian croutons Pepper garlic salt Olive oil Stick to close up the bird. Aluminum foil to cover bird if using open grill Directions Coat bird with olive oil, inside & out Sprinkle with pepper & garlic salt, inside & out Stuff with alternate handfuls of croutons & onion Close up bird and bake, medium heat, till leg joint pops with ease Enjoy……
AJR 05/21/22 09:28am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Family Reunion 2022

Take a nice fat hot dog. Slice & fill with cheese. Wrap with bacon. Deep fry or air fry.
AJR 05/19/22 07:53am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Eastbound I-90 Chicago

I should have included this,
AJR 03/31/22 03:51pm Roads and Routes
RE: Eastbound I-90 Chicago

I like the US-63 suggestion. But I kinda like doing my 63mph in the right lane of the interstate watching almost everybody go by me. Plus there are rest stops, food & gas. I90/I39 south has one toll at the Wisconsin/Illinois boarder. If you have EZ-PASS or I-PASS, no problem. Without a “PASS” of some kind they mail you a bill and charge you more. Then you follow the I39 signs south at Rockford. I39 to I80 & I80 east. There is a toll where I80 joins I294. A note, from Rochester to where I80 meets I294 is over 400 miles. For me that to much for one day. I would suggest getting off of I39 at the 72 mile marker exit and take Rt 34 east to the Sandwich County Fair campgrounds for a night or more. Electric, good water & dump station. I have used it for many years to see my kids in the Chicago area. In town you can go to Johnny K’s for a real Chicago hot dog (with seeds) with everything or Italian beef sweet & wet (they reheat great). Also in town is Benda’s Frozen custard for a different type of meal. You can go east from there and pick up Rt 71 or Rt 52 south to get back onto I80 east. NEVER take an RV through Chicago unless it is a class B. Well, unless you are a real masochist with nerves made of steel.
AJR 03/31/22 03:14pm Roads and Routes
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