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RE: Is anyone doing anything fun lately?

heading to our local privincial park this weekend for what might be the last run of the season (at the least will be the 2nd last run)
Jebby14 09/17/20 10:20am Around the Campfire

max tow and 3.55. pay attention to payload you will need it to be around 2000 lbs. trailer that large id be going 3/4 ton.
Jebby14 09/17/20 10:09am Travel Trailers
RE: recipes

because the forums are dying. facebook groups are taking over sadly.
Jebby14 09/15/20 10:15am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fed up with tire blow outs!!!

time for LTs
Jebby14 09/10/20 10:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Camping in sub freezing weather

dont underestimate the fuel needed to stay warm or the electricity
Jebby14 09/04/20 10:09am Beginning RVing
RE: Trailer brake advice

offer the seller 100 bucks to bring it to you? or install a cheap controller for around that price
Jebby14 09/03/20 10:15am Travel Trailers
RE: How to tow & push BACKWARDS?

if turning is the problem cant you just back it in
Jebby14 09/03/20 10:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Question about exiting in an emergency

In an emergency, I'm going THROUGH that styrofoam door. me too friend. me too
Jebby14 09/01/20 10:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Cast Iron pan seasoning Question

make several batches of bacon. wipe down in between. when im done with my good cast iron i give it a wipe with lard or oil (inside and out, very thin) and toss it in the oven, around 400 (really whatever its at from cooking) and shut the oven. let them cool together. mine took come work (its a newer pan only about 10 years old) but now its smooth and black and cooks great.
Jebby14 08/31/20 10:25am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 30 foot run of sewer hose--downhill?

i use 35ft of rhino (a 15 and 2 10s) to dump at home. it uses near all of it. no worries
Jebby14 08/31/20 10:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Material I need to move Travel Trailer

sounds like you need to do a mountain of research before you are ready, in the meanwhile few things in life cant be fixed with a visa card
Jebby14 08/31/20 10:18am Beginning RVing
RE: Trailer flooded

tell the dealer to come pickup their problem.
Jebby14 08/31/20 10:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Travel trailer recommendation

Pay very close attention to what you can actually tow. might want to post vehicle with specs here (payload for sure) as i suspect you might not have a full comprehension of how much camper you can handle.
Jebby14 08/31/20 10:08am Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie: 1/2 Towable Cross Country Trip Suggestions

by your numbers... 1580-700 = 880 -100 for the hitch = 780 divided by 15% (high end of tongue weight) = 5866.6 lbs. you should be looking for trailers with a gvwr less than 5867. Also plan your cargo carefully. id expect a trip of that magnitude to require a lot of "stuff"
Jebby14 08/27/20 10:13am Travel Trailers
RE: Toilet Smells Horrific When Flushing

power vent those dryer ducts. id bet you have more pressure in them than the washroom so the stank is equalizing into the camper instead of out.
Jebby14 08/25/20 10:19am General RVing Issues
RE: increasing tongue weight

more batteries, more propane, bike rack on the nose, tool box on the nose..... lots of options. what tickles your fancy
Jebby14 08/25/20 10:10am Travel Trailers
RE: sneak peek

Jebby14 08/24/20 11:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Border closure extended..again

yay on the extension. also yay on the tomatoes. My plants are producing almost faster than we can eat them this year. if you arent growing your own, leamingtons tomato crop as as good as it gets.
Jebby14 08/20/20 10:30am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Healthy Eating

thats nasty. chocolate milk really isnt all that unhealthy (as far as milk is concerned) its just some extra sugar. Id bet dollars to donuts they have worse things all the time
Jebby14 08/20/20 10:25am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Losing home & need to immediately relocate to truck camper

id suggest planning a plan B for when this doesnt work out. That said figure out your power usage and we will help you size accordingly. Id be looking at 3-500 watts solar and a bank of as many 6V batteries as i could afford (hopefully 8). you dont need 4 seasons, follow the season you want. winter where its warm summer where its cool. forget milage, its bad, its not going to get better. dont be cheap with your charge controller once you start to be ok with the bad fuel milage add in that you should expect to burn some propane keep an eye on weights make sure you dont run out of payload. next up water. figure out your plan for potable, black and gray water and let us know so we can help
Jebby14 08/18/20 10:21am Beginning RVing
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