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RE: Water-less RV washing

Wash Wax All
Nutinelse2do 09/20/20 10:40am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Total outdoor flame device ban Oregon SP

I’m very happy to hear you’re safe Don. You are correct about the coast. We are just south west of Coos Bay on the water. 3-4 days ago, the dusk to dawn lights came on at 3:30 in the afternoon, and it was impossible to breathe or be outside. The last couple days have been slightly better, but even small craft crabbing in the harbor are having to use GPS to return to dock. Visibility is about 500-750 yards, and still pretty stinky. Ash is still falling. Talking to friends around Tillamook, it’s the same up North, if not worse. Last we heard, friends in Waldport had been running off generators for a couple days due to power outages, and said there was panic to get fuel. Our prayers go out to everyone affected by this. Stay safe all
Nutinelse2do 09/12/20 02:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Total outdoor flame device ban Oregon SP

Am I the only one thinking...not a word about the fires in Oregon? or about the huge fatality count? The cities that have been totally destroyed? Only about whether or not someone can cook their steak? Gary Haupt I hear ya Gary. Our marina RV park neighbor just lost everything. 6 acres, barns, RV garage, 2500 sq ft house, everything reduced to ashes. Several people are here because they were evacuated, or lost it all. People have lost family, and all worldly possessions. Yeah, let’s worry if we can cook steak.
Nutinelse2do 09/12/20 10:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Anybody: highway 42-S from Coquille Oregon

Correct. Curvy, two lane road, but very doable
Nutinelse2do 09/09/20 05:17pm Roads and Routes
RE: OR road closures

The smoke and ash came to the Coast today. Very difficult to breath, and thick ash falling. Not sure how things are north of Florence, but south is nasty. Definitely recommend anyone with breathing issues stay away.
Nutinelse2do 09/08/20 08:18pm Roads and Routes
To brighten our day

So, pulled up to Fred Meyer this morning to fuel up before heading out. Starting on the first 35 gal when a gentleman pulls up behind us. DH approaches and tells the gentleman, just starting on the first 35 and have 70 more to go.... Instead of saying cool, thanks for letting me know.... Says... What are you fueling? An aircraft carrier! Slams it into reverse and picks another lane.. Lol. It’s gonna be a great day! We’re about 30 minutes out and still laughing
Nutinelse2do 08/26/20 11:38am RV Lifestyle
RE: Dental Assistance

Most insurance companies want you to pay your fair share, before they pay anything major, so there is usually a 6 month waiting period for major work My suggestion would be to find a DDS you are happy with, and talk to him ( her ) directly about a cash discount. With what’s happening in the country right now, I am pretty sure you will find most any dentist will be willing to work out a substantial cash discount
Nutinelse2do 08/05/20 12:25pm Full-time RVing
RE: Washing RV while traveling

Wash wax all
Nutinelse2do 08/05/20 10:56am RV Lifestyle
RE: A&E by Dometic window awning

Check with I think it's tough tops. They made the replacement material for my slide out awning and I'm satisfied with the material and workmanship. Just need to send them the measurements and web site tells you how to do that. I would not choose their material for a window awning. We got all our slide toppers, and main awning replaced at their facility last year, and have had nothing but problems The anchor point where the awning material meets up with the metal roller isn’t woven tight enough, and all 3 they replaced, when it rains, water comes through the material edge and drips down the underside. Also, he cut both slide toppers materials too short, and when it rains, water pours off the sides into any open windows The material is very sticky, and wrinkly. We are extremely dissatisfied with our awnings. He was supposed to replace them last month, but we couldn’t go to his shop this year due to Covid So, long story short, we went there due to recommendations, but don’t make the same mistake We found Dometic Acrylic Window awnings online several years ago and installed 3 of them ourselves on our old 5’r Dometic is very backed up due to Covid, but they are mostly back to work and production should be screaming again soon. We are waiting for awning struts from them
Nutinelse2do 08/05/20 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: .........

Lots of Newmar owners on here that can most likely answer your questions
Nutinelse2do 08/02/20 12:04pm Class A Motorhomes

Things are likely to be very different in 5 years. Post again in about 4 1/2 years for any information that might be useful. This
Nutinelse2do 08/02/20 09:43am Full-time RVing
RE: Oregon Coast in September

Bow picker... closed Maritime Museum... closed.. says they’re open, but not Boiler Bay overlook... closed Roadside pullouts... closed Very few sit down restaurants open, and definitely no free sardine samples. That is the state of affairs up here on the Coast as of July 26th. Might want to check to see what will be open before you make the trip. As we get closer to November, there will most likely be another lockdown, and more venues closed.
Nutinelse2do 07/31/20 09:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Buying an RV in CA from private party

I have read it may depend on where you take delivery. I read a lot of CA cars shipped out of CA to deliver an out of state purchase.. This is how to a avoid Cali tax on a DEALER purchase, though, you pay tax when you register in Az
Nutinelse2do 07/22/20 10:36am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying an RV in CA from private party

No sales tax in Az if it was a private party sale. There is no reason to pay Cali tax on a private sale
Nutinelse2do 07/22/20 10:34am Class C Motorhomes

Nope. It’s free. Been using it for many years. Available at the App Store
Nutinelse2do 07/09/20 11:15am Technology Corner
RE: buy from dealer or private seller

We are in Mohave County, so we’re right there with you. Taxes are under $500 a year on a 1800 sq ft home on a half acre. FIL has a very large wind turbine that gives him money back as well. One bonus for Az vehicle registration fees, is if you are in a certain tax bracket, the vast majority of the VLT, and any large purchase taxes are deductible, and you get most of the money back. I’ll take that any day, along with dirt cheap fuel, food, propane, and entertainment. Let us not forget no tax on our SS :)
Nutinelse2do 06/26/20 07:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: buy from dealer or private seller

Sorry Doug. You are incorrect. In Arizona, there is no tax when you register a privately bought vehicle, be it a motorcycle, or a million dollar motorhome Yes, registration is expensive....As Desert Captain mentioned, but no, no sales tax Well you did not read and understand my post. I STATED there is no sales tax. What I posted is HOW Arizona GETS its money. People like you have no comprehension of how insidious the Gov is. Just because they state no sales tax and they think how much better Arizona is. THEY GET THEIR POUND OF FLESH---ALWAYS. They just call it something else and some people have no clue. It still come out of YOUR pocket. And goes to the Government. Doug PS, Texas has NO state income tax. BUT, Texans pay a higher property tax, but not as bad as a State Income tax. And what I listed is straight from your State website Well Doug, if that was your intention, then my statement had nothing to do with my lack of reading comprehension, but your lack of clarity. The issue was brought up about sales tax, not registration fees, which you so eloquently copied from the Az MVD website. EVERY State gets their money one way or another, some more than others. I will gladly pay the slightly inflated registration fees to have our beautiful roads, low gas prices, open air, beautiful parks, and low property taxes. And oh, so sorry, but, once again, there is NO tax on ANY private party transaction. And FYI, if you live in the County, sales tax is only around %5.4, there is no smog on your vehicle, and insurance and registration are cheaper.
Nutinelse2do 06/26/20 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: buy from dealer or private seller

Sorry Doug. You are incorrect. In Arizona, there is no tax when you register a privately bought vehicle, be it a motorcycle, or a million dollar motorhome Yes, registration is expensive....As Desert Captain mentioned, but no, no sales tax
Nutinelse2do 06/25/20 10:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping from Las Vegas to Reno

Whiskey Flats CG in Hawthorne
Nutinelse2do 06/21/20 10:45am Beginning RVing
RE: Deer jumps between truck and trailer

Oh dear!
Nutinelse2do 06/12/20 08:41pm Towing
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