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RE: Do your dogs/cats watch TV

My cat watches wildlife programs; especially those with dogs/wolves, and cats, big & small. He sat next to me on the sofa and watched all of the PBS "Urban Racoon." My dad's cat always watched Roller Derby with him. The only program my dog ever watched was one showing a Labrador Retriever training in a field.
Finally Time 11/25/19 07:47pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Is CA 120 Lee Vining to Manteca Do-able?

Don't go on Highway 49 between 140 and 120. I did that with my then 21 foot trailer. For about half the distance I think I could read the trailer's license plate on some of those tight turns. I had to go as slow as 15 mph to stay in my lane one some of the blind curves. Also, straight down to the bottom of a canyon, no guard rails of course. Never again.
Finally Time 11/13/19 10:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Campground Theft

I was in a park with 50 amp only with my trailer. I guess a thief thought it was easier to steal my 30 to 50 adapter, rather than borrow one of the many the campground had available to loan out.
Finally Time 11/04/19 01:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: mystery switch

The push button (green) is for over-the-air antenna use; it boosts the signal strength. Push it off (no light) for cable reception. If you are trying to view the TV via a cable hook-up and get no signal or a snowy picture, check to be sure this switch is off.
Finally Time 10/24/19 10:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Food additive

My German Shepherds decided to help me find the poop by eating two small foil wrapped fruitcakes, foil and all. I couldn't figure out what happened to the fruitcakes I left on the dining room table until I went out with my pooper-scooper. Those twinkling bits of shinny foil sure made finding the pick up easier.
Finally Time 09/13/19 10:31am RV Pet Stop
RE: 101 highway from olympia to north entrance of park

This is getting me confused and I live in the Olympia area. To answer Jenanne's question. There is no problem going up the east side of Olympic Nat's Park on Highway 101 in a 40 footer with a tow. It is mainly two lanes. It can be a little narrow at times, and there are a couple of narrow bridges, but there is nothing that is unsafe. If you are coming from the south on I-5 take exit 104 (Highway 101 north) and stay on it all the way the the park's northern entrance at Port Angeles.
Finally Time 08/29/19 01:13pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tucson to Olympia, WA

Thanks for the suggestions. To answer azdrheat's question; unfortunately I have to go through CA going to Tucson. A very close friend's husband was diagnosed with brain cancer. I'll be making what will probably be the last visit to see them in Sacramento. Then I'll be going on to Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson.
Finally Time 08/27/19 03:34pm Roads and Routes
Tucson to Olympia, WA

I'll be going to Olympia from Tucson the end of March. I would like to stay out of California because of its high fuel prices and slow speed limit towing. A little sightseeing is ok, but I'm mainly interested in getting home. Any suggestions?
Finally Time 08/26/19 12:14pm Roads and Routes
RE: Revenge is mine, says the buffalo herd...

I got ambushed on the road in Custer State Park by this gang. They finally let me through.
Finally Time 08/22/19 03:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: cat toys

In 2018 the Pew Institute did research into what type of RV cats preferred. When placed in a controlled environment 96.38% of cats preferred the Class A coaches. Researchers were able to determine this because the cats immediately jumped up on the dash in the sunniest spot and made sure to sit and begin grooming in the exact location where they could block the drivers view. When trying to determine why the cats preferred a Class A the majority of test subjects turned their backs on the researchers and pretended they did not exist. Well except for one cat named Buttons. Researchers noted that when ignoring them, Buttons had discovered that with enough speed she could slide the length of the coach on the tile floor. Buttons did this until she banged in to the wall, upon which she ran off into the bedroom, jumped on the bed, began preening herself and acting like nothing happened. Researchers could not get any further cooperation from Buttons that day.
Finally Time 08/12/19 02:07pm Around the Campfire
RE: Towing a Honda CRV

After arriving in Yosemite with a dead battery, I had a charge line installed.
Finally Time 08/06/19 07:55pm Dinghy Towing
RE: I 70 west of Denver .. vail. Pass..

Just went over it eastbound two weeks ago, Many potholes and broken pavement. Lots of work going on with narrowed lanes.
Finally Time 07/28/19 04:37pm Beginning RVing
RE: Is Roadside assistance worth it?

I got stuck in the mud on the Navajo Reservation. Closest big rig towing service Coachnet could find was more than two hours away. Two very nice men with a gigantic tow truck arrived disconnected my car (the tow bar release was jammed), hooked up the coach and pulled it out of the mud, reconnected the car, had me sign a form and went on their way. They did confirm they were the only big tow company within three hours of my location and said they had a lot of experience pulling rigs out of Arizona's red mud. I have a hunch that service would have cost me a lot more than the $125 annual membership I paid for Coachnet.
Finally Time 03/25/19 08:14pm General RVing Issues
Tiffin Breeze 31BR

I've been thinking about changing to a 2017 or 2018 Tiffin Breeze 31BR. Anyone have any experience with it or comments about it. I like the idea of a lower and narrower MH that's still pretty roomy inside.
Finally Time 03/10/19 05:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How Hard Is It To Solo In A Class A?

If an ol' lady like me can solo in a class a, so can you. Handling just takes some practice. To stay centered in my lane I follow the bus driver's trick of putting my right foot (on he accelerator) in the middle of the lane; the coach is then "magically" centered in the lane. Backing is just a matter of practicing. I first get out and survey the site checking for clearance for the slideouts, any overhead obstructions, placement of hookups, then decide where to position the coach to start backing. I use both mirrors to see where the back corners are going. If things are not going well, I'll pull out and start over. I occasionally caravan with a couple of friends. It takes me a little longer to set up and to get ready to leave. It would be nice to have some help, but it's not that big of a deal.
Finally Time 01/30/19 04:06pm Class A Motorhomes
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