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RE: Using this forum

I look at several of the topics and when there are new posts it tells me. No new posts, then I skip those.
doxiemom11 07/17/19 06:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Length and public campsite availability lately?

We never have problems finding a spot with a 36' pulling a utility trailer. Been full-time 9 yrs now. Have used a variety of campgrounds in multiple states. Even if they say 30', many times there is a curb stop at the back of the site, but you can back your rear wheels to that and a lot of the motorhome is behind that stop leaving plenty of room to the road.
doxiemom11 07/17/19 06:20pm Beginning RVing
RE: Using my Class A motorhome as a Full Time Residence?

There are many parks in the southwest that offer annual rates. You can leave if you want and return later. There is also Escapees parks where you purchase a lot and come and go as you please. We visited a few of them and most are in the south, but all were very nice. Look up the Escapees Club.
doxiemom11 07/16/19 08:25pm Full-time RVing
RE: Was rear ended on the highway

Make sure to ask the adjuster if you have coverage to stay in a hotel since you have to be off site, especially if it's a total. They may pay for awhile until they pay you off and for a limited amount of days afterward so you can shop for replacements. Also ask if you have coverage for a rental car or if the person who hit you would have to pay for any of this under the laws of the state you are in.
doxiemom11 07/16/19 08:22pm General RVing Issues

They apparently don't work as good as they used to. Been years, but never had a long waiting time when we used it.
doxiemom11 07/16/19 08:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Driving from Albuquerque to Orlando in October

I wouldn't go any way that put me anywhere near Dallas/Ft Worth or Houston. Did it once and sat in traffic for hours and it wasn't rush hour. I'd go our of my way to avoid them.
doxiemom11 07/15/19 03:24pm Roads and Routes
RE: Long Term RV Repairs

We've been on the road 9 years and have never had to leave our rig anywhere. Hope that doesn't change, but if it did, we would stay in a hotel. If it's as a result of an accident our insurance will reimburse us for the cost of the room and other extra expenses.
doxiemom11 07/15/19 03:17pm Full-time RVing
RE: Dogs

We are seasonals in a county park and there are many dogs here with both the seasonal people and the weekenders or vacationers that come in. There has not been any problem here and there hasn't been a single dog that barked and barked. One reason --- there is a rule that a dog cannot be outside without a human also present. They also do not allow dog to be tied out. If your dog is out, it is on a leash within 6 ft of you, or sitting next to you, or you are playing with it. Dogs are not to be left unattended, period. You seldom even hear a dog bark more than once or twice and the owner is quieting it. There is a mixture of size and breed with many people owning more than 1. There are 72 sites and a group area camping in this park.
doxiemom11 07/15/19 03:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Travel Trailer vs. Motorhome (my situation)

I would also urge you to look at used units. The new ones are not trouble free so you should plan on sticking around your area for a good while until you get all the bugs worked out. I would consider a 4-5 yr old one. If someone gets rid of it in the first year or two, maybe it had problems. If they kept one 4-5 yrs then the bugs should be worked out or they wouldn't have kept it that long. We purchased a 10 yrs old motorhome, now 19 years old and we have had very few problems. Things like replace circuit boards, fan covers, engine coolant overflow bottle, grab bar on the outside, lens covers. The rest were things you have to do to a car - new tires, serpentine belt, radiator flush, brakes etc. They last if you take care of them. We are still happy with our purchase.
doxiemom11 07/15/19 03:02pm Beginning RVing
RE: RV Tank Maintenance

We can tell when ours is getting full, so don't worry about the tank sensors/gauges anyway. We have tried various things suggested on here and some worked for a couple weeks. I think most methods suggested are for weekenders who drive, dump and flush their tanks every few weekends.
doxiemom11 07/15/19 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Parks in/near Ruidoso, NM

Any parks in the area may be full with seasonals yet at that time of year. We tried to find a park there and all were full for the summer with seasonals from mostly TX. It's still hot in Sept at the lower elevations so - good luck.
doxiemom11 07/13/19 05:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Seasonal Site

We are seasonal for our 1st summer in our motorhome. We will keep this as we still travel, but eventually we will probably do what our neighbors did. They sold the motorhome, purchased a brand new trailer that will sit in MI for summers. They have a park model in Florida. They will now just drive between the two with their car.
doxiemom11 07/13/19 05:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Opinion on Resort Fees ?

My understanding is that the resort fee is added for anyone who is not a paying member of the resort, as in they purchased a membership or are owners of a lot in the park.
doxiemom11 07/12/19 09:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Poplar Bluff, MO

We found that COE this spring and stayed for 10 days. Loved it.
doxiemom11 07/12/19 09:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dead battery so quickly?

We just had this with a brand new battery. It was defective and returned for a full refund. New batter works fine.
doxiemom11 07/12/19 09:43pm Tech Issues
RE: Northern Michigan advice

Pictured Rocks is a couple hours away. Take the boat tour - beautiful place.
doxiemom11 07/08/19 03:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Electric Lawnmowers

Here where we are seasonals for the summer (MI) the park mows, usually once per week and trims every 2 or 3 weeks, but, they do not like to get too close to any of the campers things. So, many have their own electric trimmer to get areas the park doesn't, or spiff it up if they have someone coming, small blowers for blowing leaves off their patio rugs or decks. We did see several parks when looking that required a seasonal camper to mow their own lot.
doxiemom11 07/04/19 11:39am General RVing Issues
RE: How about some common courtesy...

And, when you are parked somewhere like a scenic overlook rest stop that has rv parking, and you go to bed at 8pm and are not using your AC because it's only 70 out and you are not watching tv -- It is not necessary to run your generator all night long -- all night long --- for nothing! Keeping everyone else awake.
doxiemom11 07/01/19 06:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Campgrounds

Allstays is great but we use every site that has been mentioned. Google maps is also great. Just use the search box after getting to the page and ask for rv parks and campgrounds near ______________.
doxiemom11 06/30/19 12:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I hate dinettes

We have a dinette -- the key is quality foam that is 3" or more thick. Yes, some RV's do have comfortable seating. We are full-time, so this is our home. We eat inside most of the time unless we have guests and it's nice weather. We also have a sofa /full size and an upholstered chair. There is a whole lot of storage under our dinette seats also.
doxiemom11 06/30/19 12:25pm General RVing Issues
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