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RE: camping in Delaware

I suggest Lums Pond Campground. It is ALL full hookups. It is right on the pond with a dock and hiking trails around the pond. Lums Pond is much easier to get in and out of and is very close to main highways. It is also very big rig friendly. Elk Neck is beautiful but the road to it has many twists and turns. And, trees are very close and encroaching into the road.
camper19709 11/18/21 08:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Quartzsite bound

I just plain love Quartzsite !!
camper19709 10/29/21 06:48pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Does your slide interfere with any operation.....

Yes. I can get to kitchen and bathroom with the front slide in. I can get to the bed with the bed slide in. I just cannot walk around the bed. I can totally live with both slides in. I would not have bought the motorhome if I could not.
camper19709 10/29/21 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tips on asking friends for mootchdocking?

I would just ask. If I would be parked in their driveway a couple days at the most. If I was parked in a side or back yard maybe 5 days. It also depends on how close a friend. I would never ask for any amenities like water or electric. If offered I would partake but return the favor with $$ or a gift or dinner. Also, do not drag everything out if the RV. Awning out and a couple chairs. Don't make it look like you have moved in. just my 2 cents.
camper19709 08/22/21 06:50pm Beginning RVing
RE: Florida to Arizona Trip

Mark Twain gave a good answer but if you are pulling a toad I would change the 50ph to 40 or 45 mph. I agree. Retired means that I am in no hurry. I get tired after about 4 hours of driving. My daily travel distance ends up being around 200 miles.
camper19709 08/16/21 08:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: Who Tows a VAN 4 down ?

I tow a 2004 chevy astro cargo van 4 wheel down behind a motorhome. I have a REMCO drive shaft disconnect on it. Been using the drive shaft disconnect for about 16 years. Works great. REMCO is still around but it appears they are not selling the disconnect anymore. Sad. An American company called SUPERIOR DRIVELINE out of Iowa sells a drive shaft disconnect.
camper19709 08/16/21 08:26pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Tires, lol

I like TOYO's.
camper19709 04/29/21 06:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coast to Coast east to west

My biggest suggestion is to be off the road and stopped for the night before the sun starts to set. The sunset will blind you.
camper19709 04/23/21 07:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: onan generator synthetic oil filter

My 06 motorhome has a 5500 Onan gas generator with 5,000 hrs. Been using the Onan oil filter and Mobil 1 Full Synthetic. No problems so far.
camper19709 04/19/21 08:02pm Tech Issues
RE: Going Full Time Soon - Health Insurance and Mail

I use St Brendan's Isle Mail Service in Florida. Great company. They may be able to help you find health coverage. I have medicare.
camper19709 03/23/21 04:29am Full-time RVing
RE: Do you sanitize your black tank?

No. Never. Why would you want to? it's sewer.
camper19709 02/14/21 11:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Slide outs in cold weather

I have 2 slides with toppers. Snow and/or ice = slides in. I am unable to access the toppers. No point tempting damage bringing slides in with snow and/or ice. Severe cold = slides in. Easier to heat. I am lucky to have access to 99% of motorhome with slides in.
camper19709 02/12/21 06:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do you regret getting rid of your RV cornices?

Valence, cornice, lambequin, I believe Deuce is talking about these things that go around the windows: width=440 These are invariably upholstered with the ugliest fabric available. In a previous trailer, I removed them and replaced them with ones I made from oak and stained. If you have miniblinds, they are function in the sense that they keep the blinds from bouncing around when in transit. If you have pleated shades, they don't do much to keep the shades in place (since the shades are tethered) but visually they do hide the top bar, and as was noted, offer some light protection on the sides. I removed them in our latest truck camper project and never looking back! The picture shows exactly what was in my motorhome. They are gone (out with the garbage) and so are the blinds they covered. I put up regular house curtain rods and curtains. No regrets. Now I can change curtains at will.
camper19709 02/12/21 06:35pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Dump Station Etiquette???

Dump when black tank is full and grey is at least 1/2 full....... Dump black. Dump grey. Close valve. Stow hose. Flush toilet to keep bottom of black tank wet. Leave. In 16 years I have never rinsed and have had no problems.
camper19709 02/12/21 06:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Class A travel without interstates

I do my routing via the old Rand McNally. Works for me! Me Too !! No GPS to take me down a dead end street !
camper19709 01/30/21 11:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Television Reception in an RV

We use the batwing, if we get anything to watch, fine, if not, that's fine too, we've got about 200 DVD's, or sit outside & watch the campfire. Ditto !!
camper19709 01/30/21 11:20pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Trion V10

No problems with mine.
camper19709 01/12/21 05:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide out awning

I have a motorhome with 2 slides that have awnings. I would never have any type RV without awnings on every slideout.
camper19709 12/21/20 07:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Oil for generator

I use Full Synthetic Mobil 15w40.
camper19709 12/13/20 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
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