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RE: Hire company to drive Motorhome home

I used Showroom Transport to deliver a new-to me motorhome I purchased from a private party. The driver flew into a nearby airport and drove the motorhome to my residence 1,500 miles away. He updated his progress via text. The company was insured, bonded. Fuel and transport plates were included in the fee.
Finally Time 10/06/20 02:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Coronavirus

I have wondered about the "upper respiratory virus" my cat had in late February. He was sneezing a lot and had a real raspy horse meow. No eye or nasal discharge. His appetite was good and he didn't seem to be in any distress. Hard to tell if a middle-aged cat is sleeping more than normal. I took him to the vet's and $800 later they diagnosed an upper respiratory virus and said to let it run its' course, no meds required. Two more days and he seemed just fine. About the same time I had what I thought was a mild cold with a general run-down feeling. Now I am questioning what we both might have had.
Finally Time 08/28/20 04:57pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

You might try strawberry plants, rose bushes, and apple trees (leaves, branches, apples and all); those were real favorites for the wild deer around my Dad's place. And no, he didn't feed them, they helped themselves no matter how hard he tried to stop them.
Finally Time 08/28/20 04:43pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Experiences/Recommendations for ReadyBrute Elite System?

I have been towing a '13 CR-V with a Ready Brute Elite for 7 years. Have made many trips over the Cascades, Siskiyous, Sierra, and Rockies. No problem with the surge brakes; they work well in the mountains. Easy, simple, and quick to hook-up A couple of years ago the arms seemed to be getting loose in the joints and I couldn't get the bolts any tighter. I shipped it back to NSA. They rebuilt it and shipped it back with no charge.
Finally Time 08/27/20 07:00pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Ready Brute Elite II Tow Bar/Brake

The Ready Brute Elite brakes work great. I was driving out of a pull-thru site when the little anchor shackle holding the brake cable flipped over towards the coach. Completely stopped the Winnebago Vista 27N (29 feet.) I gave it a little more gas, still wouldn't move. Got out and took a look. Granted I was moving very slowly but it was amazing that the little CR-V could hold back the motorhome. I have been towing that '13 CR-V with the Ready Brute Elite for seven years behind three different motorhomes. I've made many trips over the Cascades, Siskiyous, Sierra, and Rockies. Never have had a problem with the surge brakes in the mountains, or on the flat for that matter.
Finally Time 08/17/20 12:02pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Travel

Stayed there four nights last summer. Nice park, clean, quiet, near to the park. I had a full hook-up pull-thru in the back. The site was fairly level, parking was on dirt; the rest of site was sparse grass.
Finally Time 08/03/20 04:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Due to urinary problems my cat can have only wet food with no grains or vegies. He absolutely loves most varieties of Fancy Feast Classic Pate. Most are all meat and meat-byproducts with a little thickening agent. Nutritionally complete. He is an indoor cat and has been thriving on it for eight years.
Finally Time 05/16/20 03:17pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Spearfish, SD

Quote Finally Time For a campground right next to Little Big Horn National Monument, I stayed at 7th Ranch RV Park Pleasant owners, very clean, quiet park with full hookups and good sized spaces. Quote I was going to ask about this place. You said it was nice. We only plan to spend one night there. Which do you fell is better: see the Monument park then check in or spend the night and see the Monument the next day? We only have a couple hour drive that day. thanks all I would check in, then see some of the other things in the area. I would wait to go to the monument early the next morning to beat the crowds and heat. I was surprised how much there was to see at the battlefield. I think I could have spent all day there.
Finally Time 03/29/20 03:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Spearfish, SD

For a campground right next to Little Big Horn National Monument, I stayed at 7th Ranch RV Park Pleasant owners, very clean, quiet park with full hookups and good sized spaces.
Finally Time 03/28/20 01:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Roadside assist

Roadside Assist is not just for breakdowns or tires. Two years ago 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 tow service would have cost me a lot more than the $125 annual membership I paid for Coachnet.
Finally Time 02/19/20 10:53am Class A Motorhomes
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
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