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RE: Out the door....

If you are a train fan.... https://i.imgur.com/jJxXqO2.jpg]https://i.imgur.com/jJxXqO2.jpg https://i.imgur.com/u2D5wrQ.jpg]https://i.imgur.com/u2D5wrQ.jpg Gary Definitely a train fan. Was this the Hell's Gate area of BC?
K_and_I 10/13/20 09:18am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Eternabonding the windows.....

From JLConline dot com https://i.imgur.com/vBFDqQAl.jpg
K_and_I 10/09/20 07:26am Tech Issues
RE: Leaving potable antifreeze in the system

Kenny, do you have a part number for the compressor to city water hose? I checked Home Depot's website and cannot find that. Thanks. I'm sorry but I don't. I bought it 10 years ago to winterize a small motel with only about 10 rooms. Here's several different ones from Amazon. air fitting adapters for RV Thanks. I should have looked on Amazon, but wasn't sure what to call them. I have the small plastic adapter, but have been concerned that the air hose pulling downward might break the fitting on the camper. This seems like a better arrangement.
K_and_I 10/08/20 06:52am Truck Campers
RE: Out the door....

Love the pictures. Keep them coming.
K_and_I 10/07/20 08:38am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Leaving potable antifreeze in the system

Kenny, do you have a part number for the compressor to city water hose? I checked Home Depot's website and cannot find that. Thanks.
K_and_I 10/07/20 08:09am Truck Campers
RE: Goodyear Endurance Tires VS Carlisle Trail HD Tires

I put the Carlisle Trail HDs on my tt a few years back. I've towed the tt to Alaska and back with no issues. I did move up to load range D from the stock C, but will buy again when I need tires.
K_and_I 10/07/20 07:36am Travel Trailers
RE: Full Time For Six Months

I think there's enough interest. Tell us your experiences and opinions, a lot of us will read your thread. Not everyone who reads them will respond so, you won't know how many read what you posted. I'll second this post. I probably wouldn't have responded, but thought I would to add one more "read".
K_and_I 09/19/20 05:59pm Full-time RVing
RE: alaska 2021 ???

We plan on going in 2021 if all is well, this would make our third trip up to Alaska. we'll be entering through Nagara Falls this and traveling east towards Alaska. For those who never have been to Alaska allow lot of time to travel it's a long drive. I'll bet it was a really long drive to Alaska going east from Niagara Falls. You might want to stop and ask directions before you get to Nova Scotia. If Columbus would have stopped and asked directions, he never would have discovered America. Just so you know, Columbus didn’t discover America...about 500 years before him Leif Eriksson set up shop in what is now Canada, which is part of America. And about 15,000 years before Leif and his troop showed up the asians walked over from Siberia to North America. Now that’s what my history teacher told us back in the early 70’s... but... things may have changed since then, who knows... grin Soup. ...but did they stop and ask directions?:)
K_and_I 09/18/20 08:34am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: alaska 2021 ???

We plan on going in 2021 if all is well, this would make our third trip up to Alaska. we'll be entering through Nagara Falls this and traveling east towards Alaska. For those who never have been to Alaska allow lot of time to travel it's a long drive. I'll bet it was a really long drive to Alaska going east from Niagara Falls. You might want to stop and ask directions before you get to Nova Scotia. If Columbus would have stopped and asked directions, he never would have discovered America.
K_and_I 09/17/20 04:16pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Out the door....

Off this morning for a 4 to 6 week wander about BC. Penticton to Kamloops to William's Lake, Bella Coola, back along 20 to Hanceville, south on dirt thru the Gang Ranch, ,Lilloett, Squamish, Vancouver, Harrison, Canyon for train spotting, Merritt for jam, Well Grey Jasper, Banff...plus any hot springs along the way. Taking the kayak....I keep saying fish, but....we'll see. I run with VHF LADD 1 up, if you see us...give a shout. Gary Haupt Train spotting... https://i.imgur.com/FkWRhJdl.jpg Morant's Curve Bow Valley Parkway Hope you have a great, safe trip.
K_and_I 09/15/20 09:02am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: How do you pay your bills on the road on extended trips?

As others have said, we put as many bills as possible on auto pay. We had a couple that we could not do that way, so I brought a few checks along with us. On extended trips, I bring a small laser printer so we can have hard copies of the itinerary that we make up the night before.
K_and_I 09/09/20 08:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Did I ruin my water heater, please help!

That looks like the repeater for the TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Did one of those come with your tt?
K_and_I 09/09/20 07:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Bathroom on the road?

We were thankful to have a full fresh water tank when we had to sit on the Sterling Hwy for 23 hours last August waiting for firefighters to get the wildfire under control before we could proceed.
K_and_I 08/18/20 07:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Replace flat tire with Torflex suspension

Another Trailer Aid user. I also use it when I repack wheel bearings. On my trailer, there is only one spot, directly between the wheels where I can get a jack because of the underbelly covering. The trailer aid, IMO, is safer out in the field where it can be difficult to get a solid, level place to put a jack. YMMV
K_and_I 08/18/20 07:44am Travel Trailers
RE: Shower cleaners

I don't know what brand your shower is, but here is the cleaning instructions that came with mine. https://i.imgur.com/j8bRjxil.jpg
K_and_I 08/06/20 08:10am General RVing Issues
RE: heated mattress on forest river flagstaff

Thanks for the posts.My concern was how the heating element was attached and if it is readily able to be disconnected to remove.Since the TT is still in production I am going to take a long shot and see if they could keep the mattress and give me a maxxair fan over the bed.:-) No problem getting rid of the heated mattress. Our Rockwood came with that. We put a 2" memory foam on top and still used the heat. It was slower to get to the point where you could feel it, but it did work. A year or so ago, we got rid of both, got a new mattress and a heated mattress pad and like this much better.
K_and_I 08/03/20 06:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Tested your LP detector lately?

It shouldn't be outdated yet- I replaced it in June of 2016. I guess I should look at it next year, though.
K_and_I 07/31/20 12:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Industrial Strength Liars

I dont want to say EVERY RV dealer/salesman is a crook as I know of 2 that i consider to be honest locally. I also dont think that trying to make the most $$ off of a sale is anything immoral at all. Thats just Business. +, I never even got to the price/quote stage with any of these dealers. 97 percent of salesmen give the rest of us a bad name.
K_and_I 07/31/20 07:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Tested your LP detector lately?

Mine went off at 5:30 in the morning on my last day at the campground last week. I turned off the LP at the tanks and we made the trip home. I tested all connections with both bubble solution and a gas detector and found nothing. I was still concerned enough that I bought a gas pressure gauge and tested again. No pressure loss after 3 hours. It's things like your link that make me so cautious. I still have no idea what caused the alarm.
K_and_I 07/31/20 07:15am General RVing Issues
RE: hauling trailer to Alaska

There is a lot of good advice already given. We did a 10 week trip last summer. Due to previous commitments, we couldn't leave until mid-July. We were concerned about the "rainy season" but it didn't happen last year. We spent 23 hours stopped on the Sterling Hwy by Cooper Landing at a road block because of wild fires ahead. It was nice having a generator then. Several people asked to plug in to charge their phones, etc. Wadcutter mentioned about seeing the mountain in Denali Park. We took the longest bus trip, and saw a lot of wild life, but not the mountain. We did see it several times from a pullout just east of Cantwell on the Denali Hwy. We stayed a number of nights at the campground in Cantwell as we had to have a new converter shipped up from the lower 48 when ours went bad. It's all part of the trip. I'm glad we went. Don't know if we'll get the chance again. One good thing about going later in the season, we were able to see the northern lights at Fairbanks 3 different nights. We had been told if we were in Fairbanks in Sept there is a good chance of seeing them. I came to the conclusion early on that you can't do it all in one trip, so focus on the things that mean the most to you.
K_and_I 07/07/20 08:17am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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