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RE: A very good reason Not to scrimp on surge protectors.

Yes it is a good thing to have for sure. Glad that nothing was damaged for you and it worked as it should have.
austinjenna 07/07/20 05:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Should I connect my sewer line when camping?

I hook it up then run the tank sprayer for a while to clean it out
austinjenna 06/30/20 04:49am Beginning RVing
RE: Outdoor Kitchens

I thought it would be stupid but thats the way it came. As the other poster mentioned we keep all outside stuff in those cabinets so it does limit the in and out of the camper. I removed the grill for more storage and I have my own anyway. The fridge is nice when staying longer then a few days. No leaks for me
austinjenna 06/30/20 04:43am Travel Trailers
RE: Fighting zoning ordinances that hurt RV owners

If the rig is in good shape and parked in the driveway I dont get why anyone would not like it. Im guesing Some people are just sore losers seeing others havin nice toys ! yeah I think thats it Although his might be in good shape, not all of them will be and then the problems start
austinjenna 06/29/20 04:27am Beginning RVing
RE: Fighting zoning ordinances that hurt RV owners

I dont mind the HOA rules. They keep the neighborhood looking nice and resale value up.
austinjenna 06/25/20 05:18am Beginning RVing
RE: Myrtle beach - Lakewood alcohol rule?

They have this rule at our state parks as well. Its really there to prvent folks from getting drunk, loud and obnoxious then they have a reason the kick you out because you broke the rules. But sitting around the campfire having a cold one and they will not bother you. Do as the other poster mentioned and get yourself a big yeti cup and pour it in there and you will be good.
austinjenna 06/25/20 05:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Off air antenna

I had the same problem with mine, I unscrewed the wall plate and saw the cable wasnt even connected to the wall plate and they made it about 6 inches to short to even reach it. I put a barrel connector on it and a short cable extension to fix it.
austinjenna 06/23/20 05:55am Tech Issues
RE: Backing that trailer into a tight campsite..

Always back to the drives side. Once you have gotten out and looked at the passenger side and the rear to be sure it will fit, Nothing is gonna jump out in your way. Keep the driver side tight to any obsicales and park it. at the state parks we go to that is not always possible as the sites are angled and you need to come from a certain direction but yes using the drivers side is always best for me. I can either nail it first try (nobody around) or its a 300 point turning process (entire campground is around watching) LOL
austinjenna 06/23/20 05:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Deer Creek State Park, Ohio

The sites are mostly level with decent space in between. If you are looking for shade then if you look at the campground map when pulling in the sites to the right numbered 1-139 are more woodsy and shady. Sites 202 thru 215 are more out in the open. The only sites I would try to avoid are the 181,183,185,187,191,193 because the site is level where you will park your rig but the a prety big drop off to where the firpit is. As for the rest of the sites they are all fine, back up mostly to trees
austinjenna 06/12/20 05:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Most expensive camp chair!

I bought a few Yeti large mugs and they do work good. I also bought the Walmart brand and they work equally as good
austinjenna 06/04/20 04:38am General RVing Issues
RE: ohio state parks

I find it hard to believe that every full hook up site is booked. i checked several dates and nothing open For what park? The FHU are the first to be booked.
austinjenna 05/29/20 05:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ohio state parks

What dates? I'm reading that most are just reopening. You can make reservatios 6 months ahead of your arrival date. Those that did make them and had reservations for dates before they reopened the park because of the covid were refunded, otherwise if your reservation was for aa date after the parks reopened they are still recognized.
austinjenna 05/26/20 04:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to secure storage area while connected to water?

Maybe the OP will hire both of you to sit at his camper and turn the water off when he leaves, and then turn it back on when he returns.... What kind of salary are we talking here? Benefits, 401k matching etc...
austinjenna 05/20/20 05:12am Travel Trailers
RE: How to secure storage area while connected to water?

Maybe the OP will hire both of you to sit at his camper and turn the water off when he leaves, and then turn it back on when he returns.... What kind of salary are we talking here? Benefits, 401k matching etc...
austinjenna 05/20/20 05:12am Travel Trailers
RE: How to secure storage area while connected to water?

I keep connected to city water but have an Y adapter so its easy if I am gone all day to just flip the lever to shut it off to the trailer and flip it back when I get back.
austinjenna 05/19/20 04:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Ohio campgrounds

Parks Response to COVID-19 Ohio State Parks is committed to offering safe outdoor adventures at all of its parks. Beginning May 21, most state park campgrounds will re-open but for the safety of our guests and staff, a reservation will be required to camp and we will not be accepting walk-in campers. Cabins and unique getaways will be closed until at least May 31. New reservations can be made for arrivals on June 1 or later. Campers must practice “self-contained” camping, whenever possible and follow all COVID-19 protocols. Campgrounds will offer limited restrooms, but most shower houses will remain closed. Group camps, park offices, shelters, camp stores, pools, and splash pads will remain closed. If you have an existing reservation with an arrival date of May 20 or earlier and extends past May 21, we are currently exploring options to allow modifications. All other reservations that were impacted by the extension of the closures will automatically be cancelled and a full refund issued to the original form of payment, if possible. If we are unable to refund to the original form of payment, an Ohio State Parks e-gift card will be issued to use on a future reservation. If you wish to cancel a future reservation, you may do so by logging into your account or by using the Contact Us link at the bottom of this page.
austinjenna 05/15/20 06:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking for Solar Panel system to just MAINTAIN battery

You sound just like me. Mine is also in a storage yard and I bring the battery back home after the season and hook it up to a maintainer, otherwise its in the trailer for the summer. I have a 100w panel and a morningstar 30 amp controller and also a battery disconnect switch. It has performed flawlessly in the many years I have had this setup. The battery is always on float charge when I check it and like you I do go to the trailer and have to open a slide or use lights. I think I bought the panel from Solarblvd - which might be out of business but I saw some 100w panels at home depot from Grape solar that were cheap. 100W might be a little overkill for just keeping the batteries charged but they had a sale or something when I bought it and it wasnt much more than a smaller wattage panel.
austinjenna 05/15/20 06:04am Tech Issues
RE: Retractable Tonneau Covers

I have a retrax and like it. I like that I can lock the cover in whatever position so if it might rain I can try to cover up the firewood.
austinjenna 04/17/20 04:59am Tow Vehicles
RE: Retractable Tonneau Covers

I have a retrax and like it. I like that I can lock the cover in whatever position so if it might rain I can try to cover up the firewood.
austinjenna 04/17/20 04:59am Tow Vehicles
RE: OTR Indoor Antenna

I know a lot of folks who would argue with you on that. I'm not one of them however so I'll drop it here. I do know some folks who put it in the attic. They can argue if they want, but they would be wrong. Link
austinjenna 03/30/20 04:32am Technology Corner
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