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RE: Crecent City via 199 Grant's Pass or 299 Redding

Crescent City as in New Orleans, LA?
folivier 05/04/23 08:39am Roads and Routes
RE: Reroute Lot Sewer Pipes

Not sure if Canada has this service but here in the states you can call 811 and ask the local utilities to locate their underground lines for you. Then if you hit one it's on them. Here is Canada:
folivier 04/21/23 06:32am General RVing Issues
RE: How to transfer large video from phone to computer

Try emailing it to yourself. You'll get an error message but it should allow you to upload it to the cloud and then download it to your computer using that link. Assuming you use gmail.
folivier 02/26/23 08:29am Technology Corner
RE: Take our RV to Colorado or Store It?

What about leaving it in Cortez? That would get it closer but not yet in the mountains. Hurry back, the snow's great!
folivier 01/23/23 08:44am Roads and Routes
RE: Roadtrip by car vs RV, a couple of thoughts...

Our story, after traveling for about 12 years in the motorhome we bought a cabin 1300 miles from our house. We leave in late May each year and spend 3+/- days traveling there in our Roadtrek 210P van. Then drive home in late Oct. or early Nov. Then in Jan. we drive the Tahoe to the cabin for a month or two. It's much nicer traveling in the van, we can stand up and stretch, use the bathroom, fix lunch, and have our own beds. Occasionally if the weather's bad we'll stay in a hotel. Interestingly we get the same fuel mileage in both. In the RT we're driving 64mph and the Tahoe we'll drive the speed limit. But the way our trip is it will take 3 days at either speed. It generally costs less in the RT since we're not eating out and not staying in hotels.
folivier 01/14/23 05:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Fire Cube Gen 3

I've found in the past years that smart TV's don't always update the apps. I use Roku's for that reason.
folivier 12/08/22 09:30am Technology Corner
RE: Time to Paint the RV - Who's good at it ?

Xtreme paint and graphics in Nacogdoches, TX does fantastic work. They're usually very busy. They also have a free apartment available for people having multiday work done. They've done repair work on my Foretravel and also a full repaint.
folivier 12/03/22 07:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another CO ?

Be aware that the road construction on Hwy. 50 will continue through summer 2023.
folivier 11/08/22 07:04am Roads and Routes
RE: Aqua-Hot in Cold Weather - Issues with Performance?

Which controller do you have? Silver one? or the newer one from Aquahot? There was a black controller (I think made by Spheros?) that was problematic. The newest one from Aquahot should be better but expensive at ~ $1000 There is a guy who rebuilds the silver boxes, can't remember his name but he is on ebay.
folivier 10/27/22 09:31am Tech Issues
RE: a plea for more cool weather sites for migratory travelers

Some of these may have electricity available: Harvest Host Boondockers Welcome City/County parks COE parks
folivier 09/16/22 07:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection

In the last 15-20 years I've had shots for 2 herniated discs in lower back. They gave me relief for a period of time but now I'm having nerve ablations done which give me better and longer relief. These are done as out patient in my doc's office under a local. A bit of discomfort but better than "going under." Just realize that none of this cures the problem, just gives you some relief from the pain. At some point I'll need surgery but I'm trying to avoid that as long as the NA works.
folivier 08/28/22 08:32am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Alaska - 2023

Another tip while traveling through Canada make note of Canadian holiday weekends and expect Provincial campgrounds to be pretty full.
folivier 08/25/22 08:03am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Good enclosed cig lighter socket?

Search on Amazon, there are some that have a locking ring that helps to retain the plugin.
folivier 08/01/22 09:31am Tech Issues
RE: Severely damaged windshield … is yourMH totaled ?

Some manufacturers used commonly available parts including windshields. They just may not want to tell you that. Check for a forum for that model and you might find it uses a GM or other windshield.
folivier 06/27/22 07:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: dinghy towing question

I bought 4 large washers and put one on each side of the pin. That helps keep the cotter pin isolated.
folivier 06/20/22 07:34pm Dinghy Towing
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