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RE: Hard wired surge protector

I have the "hard wired " progressive , but went to Home Depot and bought 50 amp plug and receptacle and installed them so that it can be easily removed should it be needed. I did the same with my autoformer.
JoeH 09/14/19 05:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Recommendations for RV Park near Helen,GA

Thanks for the ideas !
JoeH 09/06/19 06:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Recommendations for RV Park near Helen,GA

We are thinking about stopping near Helen GA on the way back to Florida in a week or so. Looking for recommendations for a park with 50 amp,FHU that is suitable for a 43 ft MH towing a pickup truck. Thanks !
JoeH 09/05/19 01:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best RV Resort or Campground

As much as I am prejudiced towards my parks, if someone wants the very best, my vote goes to either Outdoor Resorts - Indio California, Motorcoach Country Club - also in Indio or Bluewater Key in Florida. All are beyond spectacular. We haven't been to Indio, yet, but are thinking about spring 2021. We do go to Bluewater Key and have to agree it is one of the best.
JoeH 09/03/19 06:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Parking motor home on pavers

Our coach weighs 40,000 lbs and we park on our pavers with no issues. Been doing it for years.
JoeH 08/31/19 05:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Lower Michigan west coast druthers

We are currently at Silver Lake ( Silver Creek CG, a private park) Very nice place. What brought us here is the dunes, we rented a Polaris RZR for a couple hours yesterday and had a blast.
JoeH 08/29/19 08:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sugarloaf Key Koa

I was down there at Blue Water Key in May and there was no activity at the KOA--- just an empty sand lot . I looked at the Monroe County building permit site and found that the KOA has submitted plans to rebuild the RV park , but replace some of the RV sites with a hotel. I have to imagine it'll be a couple years out.
JoeH 08/27/19 06:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Colorado to Maine

I believe you could travel through the Southern Tier of NYS (I-86 or NY17). This will bring you through Corning then wander a little north to Cooperstown. Depending on your timing after Cooperstown you can wander down I-88 to I81 and go east on on I-84 to get to HYDE Park. I would get E-Z pass. Lately they have only one cashier with the rest being E-Z pass, like MA. NY is going to E-Z Pass. I-86, I-88, and I-81 are all 4 lane interstates that are toll free. The further east you go the highways will be less and less toll free. Going I-86/NY17 is a good route that is toll free. While at Hyde Park, you might want to stop at the CIA ( Culinary INstitute of America) and partake in one of their great dining experiences. Reserve in advance . An option to get to Maine and avoid some of the crazy traffic and tolls in Mass/Conn , would be to head north to Vermont and take US2 over to Bangor. We've done that a couple of times. Roads are pretty good and no issues for a big rig . We go to Acadia every year and haven't had an issue with tolls. NYS Thruway and Mass Pike will get ya, but there are many other, more pleasant paths that don't take a significant time longer. If you do decide to get a transponder, I've heard that the NC quick pass is the way to go. It works in most of the Eastern seaboard and is the least expensive .
JoeH 08/26/19 04:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Couch to recliners

I plan the same furniture swap out sometime later this year-- I'm too interested in what people have used.
JoeH 08/26/19 05:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gulf states and hurricanes?

That early in the there is really nothing to worry about. Just make sure you AC system is working good..... it'll be hot and humid
JoeH 08/25/19 04:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Explorer Sport Trac not comming out of neutral tow

I turn the key off and put the transmission in park so that the neutral tow disengages. JimJ On my F150 and previously on my Ranger, I have to turn the key ON , then move the shifter to Park. Need to have the key on to provide power to the xfer case shift motor
JoeH 08/22/19 07:18am Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

While it's a bit late for your current project with the wheel wells, should you decide to do additional glass work, , yes you can do multi-layers at once and I also suggest you look into vacuum bagging using your shop vac -- plenty of info on line to show how to do it and the benefits vs hand laid/poured
JoeH 08/22/19 06:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air Fryer French fries

The parchment paper has holes in it. It is placed under the food. They come in different diameters to fit the bottom of the bowl. The salt trick removes water from the surface of the potatoes. They have more of a fried look when done. OK-- the parchment I have comes in rolls... I see they have round ones with perforations available online.
JoeH 08/11/19 06:05am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Do you contribute ?

I once posted a long and well-deserved critique of an RV resort org. that we used to belong to operating in WA & OR, on RVparkreviews. Never got posted because unbeknownst to us, it was our first post there. Waste of time and would have been useful info. for somebody. Haven't posted since. I understand they've since changed that. Also not impressed with their format for rating/reviewing CGs/RV parks. Some perfectly good or excellent CGs we have been to sometimes get terrible reviews, some of which seem to be from newbies with little experience in different CGs and RV-ing or snobbish types who can't stand a little dust, kids, campfire smoke, etc. Can't keep everyone happy 100% of the time but some comments can really skew a rating unnecessarily. Same happened to me a couple of weeks ago on campgroundreviews.com! Frustrating. Never went back to re-do it. Same with me..... never got published, even after putting in 3 different ones that is supposedly the clip level.
JoeH 08/10/19 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Mama Gerties

We stop there for a week every year. Always get a spot at the top with a deck . Views are great, access to Asheville is quick and easy. Top deck sites are unique but the others are not special at all- we stayed at Bear Creek and liked it Yep- we stayed at Bear Creek before, but liked the view at MG's
JoeH 08/08/19 06:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Mama Gerties

We stop there for a week every year. Always get a spot at the top with a deck . Views are great, access to Asheville is quick and easy.
JoeH 08/08/19 04:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Air Fryer French fries

Question on the parchment paper.... my air fryer has a perforated bottom and multiple slits on the sides. I figured they all played a part in the convection cooking process. Where do you put the parchment ... just on the bottom of the bowl or up along the sides too ?
JoeH 08/03/19 05:41am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Maggie Valley - Hendersonville

We used to go to Stone Bridge yearly, but they really went down hill. Last time we were there, they never cleaned the bath house for the 10 days we were there... the same trash that was on the floor on the day we arrived was on the floor on the day we left. Walls were covered with mold. The pool was out of commission and wi fi did not work. Sites on the creek are nice though, if you can put up with the rest of the stuff. I understand they have new owners so maybe they have improved it. A couple miles away is Pride RV and Creekwood Farm RV which are much nicer.
JoeH 07/30/19 07:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: F150 4x4

I've been towing our 2015 for 4 years now-- no issues
JoeH 07/21/19 06:09am Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Too bad about the accident.. I've been there a couple of times this year. Rear ended while stopped in traffic. Got the truck fixed after the first one, then a couple months later, BAM.... same thing over again .
JoeH 07/20/19 05:51am Class A Motorhomes
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