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RE: Can't bring TT home because of neighbors parking in street?

You'e the one that's going to lose if you get into a pissing match. All those days you're away camping, or even at home at night, your stuff is vulnerable. By taking any action other than politely asking for cooperation, you're inviting blowback - that could be minor or it could result in deep grief. Just asyin'.
Krow 02/27/19 10:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Can't bring TT home because of neighbors parking in street?

There's little more comforting and secure than having good neighbours who look out for one another. There's nothing worse than having bad neighbours; they can make your life hell.
Krow 02/26/19 04:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: ON to PEI - Through the US or...?

Unless you want to go into Boston, I'd take the greyed out route. As for Canada/US route, I'd do one one way and the other return. We always try to maximize our trips by trying to take different to and fro routes although that's not always possible.
Krow 01/22/19 03:26pm Roads and Routes
RE: St. John, NB to Gaspe?

The shortest route is from Saint John (not St. John) via Rte 7 to Oromocto, Rte 2 to St. Leonard, Rte 17 to Campbellton. Rte 2 is divided highway, Rte 7 is a major 2/3-lane highway, Rte 17 is a secondary roadway - paved 2 lane. I hope you're going to spend some time in NB other than along these highways. The St. John River (yes, St for the river LOL!) is beautiful and the tertiary routes along both sides (Rtes 102, 845, 705, etc) are recommended if you have a smaller vehicle for touring. All these roadways are accessible via motorhome or large trailer but would be more comfortable in a smaller vehicle. Other options for Saint John to Campbellton: 2) Rte 7 to Oromocto, Rte 8 to Miramichi, the 8 or 11 to Campbellton; 3) Rte 1 from Saint John to Petitcodiac, Rte 2 to Moncton then either Rte 126 or Rte 11 to Miramichi then as per 2. PM me if you need more details. I live just outside of Saint John.
Krow 01/08/19 03:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Needles Highway

Yes you can. Tour busses do It all the time! Now Iron Mountains Road is tight and you cannot do it in an RV or even towing a trailer. But I followed a dually through the tunnels. I stand to be corrected but I thought buses could only navigate a few of the tunnels, meaning they couldn't do the loop and had to turn and return the same way they came in. That's what we were told when we were there in 2015 (Class B PleasureWay at that time). But... maybe we were misinformed. BTW, the Needles Highway was definitely one of the BIG highlights of our cross-continent trip.
Krow 08/27/18 07:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Add 110 receptical

... if you have a 20amp circuit, get a 20 amp outlet. I had an interesting conversation with a Leviton rep. He said there is no difference in the internal architecture between a 15A and 20A receptacles other than the shape and that the 15A part is built to carry the 20A load. He said that goes for all manufacturers and is an industry standard for their standard receptacles *of course they offer heavy duty versions). So maybe this is why the NEC allows 15A receptacles on a 20A circuit. Interesting...About 2 years ago we had a problem with tripping breakers and some receptacles being burned/scorched at our fairly new (<10 yrs)church. We had an electrician in and he verified that all wiring was up to code and in good condition. However he noted that all the plugs were 15A. I never even knew there was a difference between 15 and 20A receptacles. We purchased and changed all plugs to 20A. We've never had a breaker trip since.
Krow 08/16/18 04:20pm Class A Motorhomes
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