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RE: Campgrounds that are open all year

Check out Ebenezer Park in Rock Hill, SC just south of Charlotte, NC. It is a county park on the Lake. about 70 full hookup sites with a very nice waterfront pier. Very quiet and around $25 a night.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 12:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Myrtle beach

State park! Certainly avoid Lakewood, Ocean Lakes, and Pirateland if you want quiet and not a lot of golf carts.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 12:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: AT&T no more Wireless Home Phone

We still have an actual landline, but it doesn't get used much. Three reason, 1, for the business because it was the number before cellphone days. But the answering machine says to call the business cell phone. 2. 13 year olds call when they get off the bus, and they are to young for cellphones. 3, we have the multi phone cordless phone where only one has to be connected to the phone jack for it to work. Elderly family lives close by, and we want the phone to be heard if something is needed by them as we have 4 cordless phones around the house and don't want them to have to worry about what cell number to call hoping the phone is glued to someones side for them to hear it. We were looking at transfer to verison home phone just to save the difference, but I am sort of concerned now about moving if it is potentially going to get dropped in the future.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 06:32am Technology Corner
RE: Got mice try this

Or save a lot of money and plug the holes in your RV. Adult mice can squeeze through holes no bigger than a dime, fill the gaps between wiring harnesses and plumbing that go through to the outside and you won't be bothered by mice inside. I don't care how well the holes get sealed. If there are mice, they will get in.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 06:21am General RVing Issues
RE: How to carry blackstone griddle

It should be a grease coating to protect the top from rust. I have the 22" black stone. The griddle top flips over, I place the cover on that, then place in the blackstone griddle carrying bag.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 06:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Liquid rubber

We are a fan of Heng's also. Very little prep involved. Wash the roof in powder laundry detergent, let it dry, and apply it.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 06:16am Beginning RVing
RE: TPMS Settings

What TPMS did you get? We are looking at purchasing and installing also.
Cocky_Camper 09/15/21 06:13am Class A Motorhomes
RE: ISO Campground Recs near Lake Keowee, SC

Check out Saddler Creek State Park and Mile Creek County Park. Both are nice campgrounds. The one that I really suggest is Devils Fork State park on the upper lake for Lake Jocassee!
Cocky_Camper 06/17/21 07:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Do you run house AC while on the road

I live just south of you across the state line. The answer is yes! We have to run it to keep our 35ft class A cool. The window asks like a huge oven and the front A/C never stands a chance, even with a curtain placed just behind the front seats.
Cocky_Camper 06/03/21 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best stabilization upgrade(s)?

Some block or wood for under the jacks. The less you have to lower the jacks to the ground, the less movement you will feel. Also, make sure your tires are chocked good! Back on the back chock and hammer the front one under the tire. Several hours after the tires have cooled off, hit them again with the hammer to snug them up.
Cocky_Camper 05/26/21 01:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Your opinion on a tax return question...

Do not remail them. They will mail you forms asking for your signature. BUT, they are still processing 2019 paper returns, so who knows when they will sent it back, but it will happen sometime in the future.
Cocky_Camper 05/04/21 09:34am Around the Campfire
RE: Water Hookup Order

I use the regulator at the camper side. If you are in the direct summer sun, those hoses expand and build up pressure which is causing increased pressure inside also...
Cocky_Camper 03/18/21 08:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Best Roof Coating

I applied Heng's to my grandpaw's 1995 Pace Arrow roof 8 months ago. So far, it is holding up very well. I used eternabond and proflex around the seems first and coated everything.
Cocky_Camper 03/18/21 08:15am Travel Trailers
RE: Dump Station Etiquette???

If there is a line, I just pay $3 and dump at Flying J when I get home home. Since I paid there, I take my time and use the tank rinse and flush several times. No line, I will dump at the campground and rinse.
Cocky_Camper 02/11/21 07:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Charleston SC

We stayed at James Island County Park for July 4th last year! It is a great campground! We will certainly visit it again!
Cocky_Camper 01/26/21 11:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What do you do with ash/coals ?

I put the fire out at the end of the night, then next morning dump ashes into a trashbag and take to the dumpster. Never thought about doing it any other way. Mike Exactly^^^^ I use a Weber Smokey Joe Charcoal BBQ for grilling Fill it up with briquettes, place lid back on when done grilling....add more as needed then last night I leave lid off and let them burn down to ash Next morning dump in trashbag and place in dumpster with rest of our trash I would NOT even consider just dumping then next to roadway Don't do it at home...why do it at CG???? Actually, I dump the ash across the yard at home. It is good for the soil. I dumped it with out bag of trash in a pile next to the road. The campground staff does come daily to pick up trash from campers. I will get some large trash bags atleast to use next time.
Cocky_Camper 12/04/20 10:25am RV Lifestyle
What do you do with ash/coals ?

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Cocky_Camper 12/02/20 02:38pm Around the Campfire
What do you do with ash/coals ?

We have been camping for years, and have never had this issue to worry about. Most places that we have been at offer fire rings. But, a few places do not. We stayed at Ocean Lakes in Myrtle Beach for Thanksgiving for a long weekend. We took or washing machine drum for our fire pit since Ocean Lakes does not provide fire pits, but does allow fires. My question is what is the proper etiquette to dispose of ash/cool ember pieces when loading up the fire pit? Does anyone know? No one in our group had any idea. We place made hosed the ash/hot embers down really well before loading up and dumped next to the road with the trash. This seemed like an okay thing to do, but really had me wondering if that is what we should have done.
Cocky_Camper 12/02/20 02:38pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Cleaning out black tank for winter

Fill with water and let it sit a few days. Do for a bumpy ride and it is slosh around, and drain it...
Cocky_Camper 11/05/20 08:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Halloween Or Not

We are camping this year at our local county park for Halloween weekend. We are hoping that the park does not put a stop to the public coming in to trick or treating. We have candy and decorations for the site and are ready to go. Luckily we are SC also, which is a state that his less restrictions than most others. We live in a rural part of town, and we don't get trick or treaters at home, besides two neighbor kids. So we are hoping to see some while camping!
Cocky_Camper 10/19/20 08:24am Around the Campfire
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