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RE: Gas prices

Starting the stampede. Gas price .99 Not sure thats the smartest thing to post, when we are encouraged to stay put, and not travel if possible . So if you can get in your vehicle, drive to the gas station & pay-at-the-pump how is that putting yourself or anyone else in danger? I for one have stopped licking the pump handle. bumpy :B :B
bukhrn 03/20/20 01:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Senior Citizens Speak Up

While I agree they could keep the CG's open, as you will have far more social distancing than in any city or gathering place, I'm baffled by talk about using your voting power as a threat to the COE, who comes directly under the US Army, which is directly under the Dept. of Defense which is run by the Secretary of Defense, NONE of these are electable positions. the secretary is appointed by the President, who right now is pretty busy dealing with a pandemic that's killing people and trashing the economy, do you really think that camping (even full timing) is high on his list of TO DO ?
bukhrn 03/20/20 12:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Census 2020

I also have seen that you will be able to complete the census online. That is what I plan to do.I just did mine on line, easy peezy
bukhrn 03/16/20 03:56pm Full-time RVing
RE: Hand-powered chainsaw -- for emergency use

Seems like a lot of trouble for something that has been for sale for some time.
bukhrn 03/15/20 03:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: People suck

I have no explanation, I can only agree with you, (and your Topic). I am however completely baffled by the hoarding of TP, what is the reason, diarrhea is not one of the symptoms. :S
bukhrn 03/13/20 06:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Spittoon? in a shower Wolf Pup camper

Actually looks like a sink without a faucet, but then you have the hand held wand.
bukhrn 03/11/20 03:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Census 2020

What if I have multiple personalities? :):)And what if one, or both of them Doesn't care ?
bukhrn 03/11/20 02:59pm Full-time RVing
RE: Anyone use a Solo Stove

Just brought a used Solo Stove "Bonfire". Pro and Cons if you're using. Brought because it was a great deal but not for sure if I'll use it. Looks pretty neat though and from what I've heard, its almost smokeless. A $300.00 washing machine drum?Yah really, it looks a lot like the washing machine drums we've seen in use for years, available at any junk yard or recycle center for $5, or free. Can't say anything about the stove as I've never seen one.
bukhrn 03/11/20 02:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bathroom roof vent knob too short. Can't reach? From Amazon 3.5 inches
bukhrn 03/11/20 02:42pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where's the bypass for the water heater?

I have to remove a drawer under the kitchen sink to access the by-pass valve, My Fresh Water drain is right next to the FW tank, under the rear queen.
bukhrn 03/10/20 03:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Staunton Va to Elkins WV

Most of WVA is Uphill, both ways. but I love it, especially southern WVA, some of the nicest folks you'll meet anywhere.
bukhrn 03/10/20 12:45pm Roads and Routes
RE: Shopping by phone or text

We use Sams delivery service, free shipping is a plus, also saves us a 100 mi round trip, on the other side of the coin, they understandably will Not ship perishables, ie: frozen foods, meat, seafood, produce, dairy, but we just pick up those sort of things when we have to be in the area for something else. My son uses WalMart grocery pickup exclusively.
bukhrn 03/05/20 02:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Overnight stops (truck stops, etc) with shore power?

The hookups you mention at some (few) truck stops, are for the truck drivers, not at the RV parking spots, also RV parking at the truck spots is generally frowned on. I have never seen power at any of the truck stop Rv parking we've stopped at.
bukhrn 02/29/20 08:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: Slide out awnings yay or nay?

Wouldn’t be without this is about the 300th thread about slide toppers, I'll just say I agree also.
bukhrn 02/28/20 06:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question -- "It's Full" Gifts for RVers wasn't old and she said that it was because it was made way back in the 90's... Yeah, um, about that. The year 2050 is closer to us now than the year 1990. I dropped a decade around here somewhere. Can't seem to find it. If you see it, let me know, I am missing it. LOL! -EricI wish that was all I lost, I passed out at a party at 25, and woke up at 73, have no idea where that time went, but it sure seems to have gone fast. :(
bukhrn 02/28/20 12:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question -- "It's Full" Gifts for RVers

Thanks, NOW I get it. Haven't seen any of those Lampoon movies. "Tasteless" is the word I was looking for but posted anyway. You younger folk, this is what you're coming to. It's inevitable.This movie is from 1989. ;) :B I guess it all depends on your idea of age and such. I was talking to a young friend the other day that was telling me she was watching a antique cartoon show with her kids called "Power Rangers" . lol I said that it wasn't old and she said that it was because it was made way back in the 90's. lol I told her the to me cartoons like Bugs Bunny were old and everything after that was new. How about the Flintstones. Remember Stony Curtis, and Anne Margrock. Carry Granite. lol That's gotta be 50s and 60sActually, The Flintstones came out in Sept.'60 and are still on on cable.
bukhrn 02/27/20 12:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Shenandoah NP to Great Smoky Mountains NP

The lowest tunnel on the BRP is 10'6", but that's at the edge, the center is 13'4", so just hug the center line.
bukhrn 02/24/20 03:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: Don't Camp at Walmart

Agreed, you shouldn't "Camp" at a WalMart, and we don't, we have however "overnighted" , pull in after a long drive and catch 4-6 hours sleep,then back on the road, usually by daybreak. The story makes for a good read, and generally works well out West, but not very practical back East where you can spend a lot of time looking for a place to just pull off & boondock for a night.
bukhrn 02/24/20 07:00am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Slide topper for full wall slide

I hear a lot of people mention water pooling on them, or Flapping in the wind, i'd say if you have those problems, your topper probably needs a tension adjustment,while ours are nowhere near as long as you're contemplating, we've never had either of those problems.
bukhrn 02/23/20 08:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bleu Ridge Parkway

Traveled the complete BRP with absolutely no problems. An excellent scenic leisurely drive., what is the height of your Suncruiser ?
bukhrn 02/21/20 02:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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