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RE: 2-3 Day Trip into Canada

That just seems like a long drive from the southwest for 2 - 3 days in Canada. Just my $.03. I try to abide by the rule that one must stay at the destination longer than it takes to get there.
Dick_B 07/23/19 03:10pm Roads and Routes
RE: Dutchstar by newmar

I know absolutely nothing but it sounds like a loose sensor wire...
Dick_B 07/23/19 03:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is a travel trailer with a slide out a good idea for me?

Just my $.03 but it would appear that bunk beds and blow-up mattresses would be good for your 4 - 6 sleeping people.
Dick_B 07/21/19 11:51am Travel Trailers
RE: 12 volt lights in bathroom not working

1st assumption is that the fuse box you checked is the fuse box that controls those lights. Sure sounds like a fuse or a broken/loose wire.
Dick_B 07/19/19 06:39am Roads and Routes
RE: New Toilet recommendations

We have the Thetford Residence. One could search this Forum for `toilet' and read on.
Dick_B 07/18/19 12:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gravel rv pad?

Our TT sets on a gravel pad which is approximately four inches thick. Over time another layer may be necessary because the stones settle. We use Grade 8 limestone. On one side and the back we have the flat lannon stone and the other side is concrete squares for a walkway. This provides the frame. We've used this arrangement forever for our RV and boat on a trailer previously. Do NOT use the pretty decorative round gravel as you will never get the rig onto the pad because the pellets just move out of the way and one is always going uphill.
Dick_B 07/18/19 12:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Advice from South Western Snow Birders

Stay in Williams and take the train to the South Rim.
Dick_B 07/18/19 06:54am Snowbirds
RE: Water Spigot / Thread Issues On Sites

We always use the Fresh Water Tank.
Dick_B 07/17/19 12:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: HOW to GET RID of a LOT of GOOD STUFF I Might Use Someday

Some of the TV shows use the three pile method: 1. Must keep 2. Not sure 3. definitely don't need and go from there.
Dick_B 07/16/19 12:14pm Truck Campers
RE: need advice

Is there no end to the variety of subjects on this RV forum? I would have done a Google search for `travel india by car' to see what came up.
Dick_B 07/15/19 08:12am Good Sam Club
RE: yellow stone np

Mountain Directory West is a good resource for planning the route. Be sure to read all/many/some of the posts in this Forum for `Yellowstone'. One can `do' Yellowstone in one day or spend the entire vacation time depending on your interests and/or abilities.
Dick_B 07/15/19 07:26am Roads and Routes
RE: All Weather Cover For Trailer

Sunshield tarp. In California put the silver side up.
Dick_B 07/14/19 03:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: Replacing dinette with free-standing table & chairs

Our loose chairs do not bounce around but they are well built and when we travel they are wedged in toward the table.
Dick_B 07/13/19 07:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Campground Breakers - EDITED

Any way to run the power cord to an adjacent power pole? If the campground voltage is low due to load the current draw of your devices would go up possibly beyond the capacity of the breakers. So it may be doing its job by tripping due to overload. I'm remembering my semester of electrical engineering that Power = volts x amps. The power is what the a/c requires and the volts is the campground level (normally 120 +/- 10%. I'm no electrician but I have replaced c/b in home panels when the breakers went bad. The c/g electrician should have one but a clamp on ammeter is available from many sources for less than $20. It would measure the a/c current but you have to separate the conductors since one cannot clamp on the entire power cord.
Dick_B 07/13/19 06:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Convoy of RV's with a number on the back

Adventure Caravan's uses this scheme. The numbers are a bear to remove after a month in the sun!
Dick_B 07/13/19 06:33am Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: External TPMS recommendations?

It's too soon. Most RVers wait until they have a blowout that causes extensive damage to the stuff underneath :)
Dick_B 07/12/19 02:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: TT Covers

Popular topic. Search this Forum for `RV cover'. We use a Sunshield tarp as previously described.
Dick_B 07/12/19 06:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Opinion on Resort Fees ?

The KOA on Pine Island, FL tacks on a Resort Fee at check in. This is beyond the cost of the site when making the reservation online. We paid it for a couple of years because we were 1200 miles from home and they were the only CG on the island BUT we won't be going back.
Dick_B 07/11/19 08:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Connecting to the internet

We use the internet service available thru Verizon. They provide a `hockey puck' that works as a `hot spot' which allows one to connect thru it to the internet. It really works well albeit at a monthly cost tacked onto our Verizon bill.
Dick_B 07/11/19 08:11pm Technology Corner
RE: Travel to the USA

Guess there must be holes in the wall ;)
Dick_B 07/10/19 12:58pm Class C Motorhomes
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