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RE: Howling wind

I live in Kingman and yesterday the winds were from the Southwest 20-30mph, with gusts in the 40's. It's predicted to be like that again tomorrow, 11-27, with rain and snow on Friday. We had 18' of snow last February which is unheard of! We had planned to leave for a Thanksgiving in Quartzsite tomorrow, needless to say we canceled the trip.
Route 66 Traveler 11/26/19 07:58am General RVing Issues
RE: A Camp-Away-from-Quartzsite-with-SxS Question

I lived in Quartzsite for 10 year and have traveled on almost every trail. If you camp South of town...someone suggested off Mile Marker 99..you can take the Old Yuma Road into town..it basically dead-ends into the Big Tent RV Show which is in late January . The Old Yuma Road is between Hwy 95 and Tyson Wash. Tyson Wash parallels the Old Yuma Road. Both the Yuma Road and Tyson Wash are ATV Super Highways! The Old Yuma Road was the stagecoach road between Yuma and Prescott and Quartsite was a stage stop. Check out both trails by searching the names Google Earth. Have fun....
Route 66 Traveler 11/19/19 07:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Adding second AC to trailer?

I have a 30’ Autumn Ridge with 50amp service. My 15k AC during the summer in AZ was pathetic and couldn’t cool much below 85 degrees in 100 degree weather. I was all set to add a 2nd AC when I happened to see the following video. Once I made the repairs and sealed my vents so that the cold air wasn’t going into the space between the ceiling and the roof I no longer felt the need to get a 2nd AC. Watch and learn: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=rxCljBVi8DU
Route 66 Traveler 11/03/19 03:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Portable or Hardwired EMS?

The both have their advantages and disadvantages. I have seen instances where hard wired units either malfunctioned or had a tremendous surge and came close to catching fire producing a lot of smoke. There is an example on the Jayco forum. It's for that reason I use a portable EMS so if anything goes wrong the smoke and fire potential is on the outside of my RV. Burned Ems
Route 66 Traveler 10/24/19 12:26pm Tech Issues
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