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RE: Need help with Tims Ford SP

BTW, enjoy your visit, we are glad to have you. Enjoy the state!!
Johno02 01/28/20 08:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need help with Tims Ford SP

If you are in the area, also visit the Dickel distillery over at Tullahoma to see how real Tennessee sipping wiskey is really made. Jack Daniels is a fine drink, but doesn't compare since the Kentucky bunch took over years ago. Daniels is a whiskey factory, Dickle is a Tennessee whisky distillery.
Johno02 01/28/20 08:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dinnette

Chair height about 16-18 inches, add 4" foam cushion for about 20" or so should be pretty good. Hint, measure a standard dining table chair, put it in the camper and see how it feels. Then build to fit.
Johno02 01/21/20 07:17pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: RV Parks in or near Fargo, ND

Do you realize that there is a showpile in Fargo that is 75' tall, and will be there till July or august??
Johno02 01/21/20 05:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Medicare ads!!!!!

Have had an Advantage plan for years now, and it has served me very well. Heart patient and diabetes just to start. I do have some co-pays but it seems to balance out pretty well. I do pay a bit above $0 to full nation-wide coverage, which is important when we are traveling. AT that, it may not be the best choice for others.
Johno02 01/20/20 06:12pm Technology Corner
RE: asking for suggestions/opinions

All depends on how much excess money you have, and how you want to spend it. I would get rid of the truck and by a Class A, but that is just my thing. But I have no use for a truck, some folks do.
Johno02 01/20/20 08:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Camping Lights

We have a motion sensing porch light that will illuminate the pad area if anyone moves whithin its sight. Otherwise t is dark. If we are outside, sometimes have a string of rope lights on the ground around the pad, but they get turned off early.
Johno02 01/18/20 08:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Cellular Hotspot

For less time, I just turn on the hotspot on my phone, and use that. it works very well, but If I ned to go somewhere, no one can use it at the MH till I get back.
Johno02 01/18/20 06:46pm Technology Corner
RE: Cellular Hotspot

I have an older hotspot that stays in the Motor Home. It is on a prepay plan, so the only timeit is used is when e are out on the road. I just pay for however amount of Gigs, and add more if needed. When that expires or is used up. the box just stays there waiting for the next time.
Johno02 01/18/20 06:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Pigeon Forge and Nashville

Pigeon Ford is full of campgrounds, simple to exclusive resorts, depending on how much you want to pay. All right in close, many right in the middle of the strip. from there to Nashville, several state parks with nice campgrounds, and a good number of nice private campgrounds. If you would like, PM me for my personal favs.
Johno02 01/17/20 12:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Car caddy

Very few of the newer model cars can be flat towed, which is probably why we are seeing more cars on dollies. Actually it is much easier to tow a car four down if possible. Less than a minute to connect or disconnect, no need to find a place to store the dolly before you can move to you campsite, trying to find a safe place to leave the dolly while at a campsite. Advantage is only that you can use a car that is not flat-towable. Either way, you still can't back up.
Johno02 01/16/20 07:11pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Coleman ac remote died

put in new batteries... Did you kow that you can check a remote with the camera on your phone?? Just look at the remote with your camera, better with lowered lights, you can see the flashes when you push buttons, or not.. You camera can see what you can't.
Johno02 01/16/20 02:43pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Water Pumps

Pressure needed ... Turbines or impllers can produce high flow, but pistons do better pressure.
Johno02 01/15/20 03:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Insurance

talk to your home insurer.
Johno02 01/14/20 08:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: FIC entry lock problems

Problem is that the latch bar, made of pot metal, has snapped off and cannot be retracted by the cam. From inside, it is easy. from outside..... Get a good drill and some hard, sharp bits. Its gonna be a long day.
Johno02 01/14/20 08:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: FIC entry lock problems

Try to find a way to get inside. If not, only option is to drill. This is why I always leave one window lock open. But, not the same one every time. I have replaced door locks twice, but have been inside both times. If you can get inside, it could still be difficult, PM me if you get inside.
Johno02 01/14/20 08:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Substancial deposit required

Very common for most national state and COE parks to require entire payment up front. big reduction on the "reserve the weekend, then don't go" folks. Especially for non-refundables. I personally thing that weekend reservations should be non-refundable, threedays or more, and pay up front. For travelers, several days including a weekend is almost impossible. Have had to Walmart because of that many times, while CGs sit unused during the rest of the week.
Johno02 01/14/20 10:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1997 Headlights on Bounder

Look at buyrvlights.com. You can get a complete replacement set. I replaced mine, and was very pleased with the results and cost.
Johno02 01/13/20 04:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide cover starting to tear

Get some awning tape and you can stall replacement for another year or so. But replacement is in the future.
Johno02 01/13/20 03:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: methotrexate injecting what size needle?

Haven't used that, but it appears to be given under the skin, rather than into a muscle. For that, in the abdomen, 1/2 to 3/4 would be fine, and I thing that 1 1/2 inch would be a bit much. For insulin, I use needles that are about 1/4 inch, just enough to go under the skin. We do b-12 injections with 1" needles into the muscle. I don't like anything smaller that about 29 gauge needles, but longer needles have to be longer.
Johno02 01/13/20 02:44pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
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