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RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

We have a full size residential refer so I pack a lot of stuff in the freezer. I smoked a 10lb Boston Butt a few days before we left on this trip. Pulled it and vacuum packed it into two person servings bags . I also have vacuum packed some of my vegetable lasagna, bison burgers, regular burgers, several lbs of speidies packed into 1 lb vacuum packages, ahi tuna, cod loins, pork tenderloins, a few racks of ribs, some conch chowder I made a few das ago and other assorted goodies including a few lbs of stone crab and conch fritters . I'm hungry again !
JoeH 06/19/21 06:35am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Driverless vehicles in Yellowstone

They have had driverless shuttles in Tampa since last fall.... haven't been on one but haven't heard of any major mishaps.
JoeH 06/14/21 05:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: shades ideas to keep the sun off Camper?

You might want to look into getting a camo net for a cover... won't catch the wind and will partially block the sun light Some examples of camo netting One used as a shade cover
JoeH 06/10/21 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

These X2 Have had those in my MH since I got it. Never a failure. You can actually get them cheaper from Newmar--- $1.45 includes tax and delivery. Just ordered one a few weeks ago.
JoeH 06/07/21 05:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: how long to lower temps When living quarters at 100

43 foot RV whether 5th or Motorhome requires 3 roof AC units in hot weather. Doug I agree ! --- a few things you might want to do is to put insulated coverings on all the windows and to travel with vents open . That way the inside will be close to ambient temp vs a closed box with sun coming in the windows which will heat it up past ambient temp. Then when you stop and plug in you are at least starting out with ambient temp interior , but 2 AC's are going to struggle in a 43' rv
JoeH 06/06/21 06:22am Tech Issues
RE: Towing Disaster-AAA

Mike: Never was stood up by Coach-net, but was denied service from GS years ago on RT. 95. Would not tow me off highway or advise even where I could get replacement tire. Stranded for entire week-end. I dropped GS over 25 years ago when they left me stranded on the side on a busy road on a holiday weekend. I have had coachnet since then and have had to use them several times. Always very professional, frequent call backs to verify service and usually prompt roadside response... of course the response time is determined by where you are and proximity of a qualified service provider, but it's always been a reasonable duration before the service arrives.
JoeH 05/31/21 05:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Walkens Glenn

When in the area, we stay at Clute Park.... easy walk to shopping and restaurants, right across the street from the lake. Big rig friendly. But, it's essentially an open field with FHU, but that works for us.
JoeH 05/30/21 07:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Update on the repair of the "ears" of the Magic Bullet blender. They are still holding strong, and doing their job, just as they should. I am beginning to think that some of the failures on the web, are due to poor gluing techniques, rather than the glue itself. I repaired a little clip for my wife's earphones, and that also seems to be holding up very well. There is a little clip that holds the wires to your clothing, and the one "ear" broke off of that. I repaired that with the glue that uses uv light to cure, and it's been holding up for well over a week. So far, so good. I bought some and tried it on a couple of items... so far so good.
JoeH 05/28/21 08:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best/Favorite RV Resort

Since you're in Fl, you might want to check out Bluewater Key, near Key West. We just returned from there yesterday.... this is the lot we stayed on --> Bluewater Key Lot 8 -- there are 81 lots in the resort -- all with different amenities.
JoeH 05/24/21 06:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Old automotive battery charger question

Interestingly, on a motorcycle forum I participate in, there was a post yesterday about having a dead battery and that he had a charger on it for a day + and it was still dead. I suggested that he find an old "not smart" charger and try that.... he responded that putting on the old charger worked!
JoeH 05/21/21 06:29am Tech Issues
RE: Ford Electric F-150

They don't say if it's flat/four down towable. I'd be interested if it was.... I looked into the Tesla Cybertruck and they told me it wasn't going to be 4 down towable to that wasn't an option. . It is done...but rarely. Most people with a full size truck use it as a tow vehicle. I've been using F250's and F150's for a toad behind my coach for over 20 yrs --- also a Ranger and tracker--- all 4x4's . Since the toad is used for excursions from the campground, and EV would be a candidate. I also put a motorcycle in the back along with bicycles and kayaks on a rack, thus the reason for having a truck.
JoeH 05/21/21 06:26am Tech Issues
RE: Rv Park with Pine trees

Why not just buy your own CG with pine trees ? Pine Valley CG
JoeH 05/20/21 07:01am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ford Electric F-150

They don't say if it's flat/four down towable. I'd be interested if it was.... I looked into the Tesla Cybertruck and they told me it wasn't going to be 4 down towable to that wasn't an option. .
JoeH 05/20/21 06:51am Tech Issues
RE: ? DIY Utility Trailer Deck "Paint" ?-

I have a couple old docks at my house that I wanted to get another year or 2 of use out of before redoing the decking. I purchased some Behr Deckover coating at Home Depot and applied it. It's pretty thick, almost like mud. It will fill cracks and gaps and is non-skid. Well, that was 3-4 years ago and it's still looking good. Holds up to Florida sun and occasional high tides putting it underwater.
JoeH 05/20/21 06:44am General RVing Issues

Post a note here and see if anyone in the area of where the RV is is willing to take drive by to see if it's worth having an inspector take a look at. Someone may up to take a look at it for you. That's what I was going to suggest..... then , if it seems to be what it was advertised as, you can hire an inspector. I've had Class A's for 30 yrs and if someone asked me to check one out, I'd be glad to do it.
JoeH 05/20/21 06:35am Beginning RVing
RE: Yellowstone Next Week - Freezing Temps Concern

The first time we were at Yellowstone was in mid-August several years ago. We had snow one day. so- who knows what you'll get this time of year
JoeH 05/15/21 05:40am General RVing Issues
RE: What is the Passport America plan

It's better for the CG to get 50% for an empty site than $0.00 Good luck to you with a loss for a business plan Well, it depends on the incremental/variable costs associated with occupancy of a site. Electric,water,sewage. If that is covered by teh 50% then the remainder ( whatever that might be) can be applied to fixed costs, e.g. mortgage,taxes,insurance,etc. Something is better than nothing Now, at our home base CG, we haven't had a vacancy since last fall. May is typically a slow month and we are packed. The CG is not Passport, but it would be of no value with our occupancy. I've been a Passport member for many years, as others said, it generally pays for itself in a couple nights, but I've left my membership expire as many of the places are off the beaten path and not big rig friendly. It just doesn't fit our travel patterns which is now to go from destination CG to destination CG, just spending a night or 2 traveling and keeping close to our planned route.
JoeH 05/11/21 05:32am General RVing Issues
RE: If you bought your RV on payments from General RV.

same thing is under investigation for Tampa branch.
JoeH 05/11/21 05:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Towing a 2 wheel drive automatic transmission

If it's RWD, ypou may be able to get a driveshaft disconnect
JoeH 05/08/21 05:29am Dinghy Towing
RE: Too hot

We have been to the Sturgis rally many times. Sometimes it is way too hot, even for this Florida boy ! Other times, it's cool, a few years ago, we had several inches of hail. Beautiful country.
JoeH 05/06/21 06:01am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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