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Water Filtration

We recently purchased a pre-owned DRV MS. I know it has a factory installed water filtration system, but do we need to purchase a separate system to "pre" filter the water? I say yes, hubby says "nah"....
jcordar2 11/28/20 06:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Garmin RV 780 or 785 GPS

Thank you!
jcordar2 11/21/20 11:22am Technology Corner
Garmin RV 780 or 785 GPS

I'd like to purchase a GPS and am wondering about the 780 vs the 785. Theres only a few dollars difference in the cost. The 785 indicates it has a dash cam included within the unit. Does anyone have this model? Is it a decent dash cam? It would be nice not to have to purchase a separate unit down the line! TIA!
jcordar2 11/19/20 08:22am Technology Corner
RE: OK to TN

Thank you so much!!
jcordar2 10/30/20 09:35am Roads and Routes
RE: OK to TN

Thank you so much! You have been very helpful!
jcordar2 10/20/20 10:44am Roads and Routes
RE: OK to TN

We don't have a site # yet, we're going to the RV Dreams Rally being held there.
jcordar2 10/19/20 07:32pm Roads and Routes
RE: OK to TN

We are staying at "The Ridge"!
jcordar2 10/19/20 01:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: OK to TN

Since we are newbies: Drive 200 miles, stop by 2pm, stay 2 days......
jcordar2 10/19/20 08:13am Roads and Routes
OK to TN

We will be taking our "maiden voyage" along Rt 40 from Elk City OK to Sevierville in the spring. We'll be hauling a 43' 5th wheel. I want to plan carefully and we will be following the 2-2-2 rule. I have the Rand McNally truckers atlas in hand. Anyone have suggestions of places to stay that aren't too far off the interstate and can accommodate big rigs?
jcordar2 10/19/20 06:00am Roads and Routes
Recommendations Needed!

Looking for recommendations for our "new to us" DRV Atlanta! Water filter system at the pedestal? Water pressure gauge/regulator? Surge protector - Progressive Industries EMS PT50X still considered one of the best? Thank you!!
jcordar2 10/06/20 06:31am General RVing Issues
RE: 2021-22 Florida and/or Arizona

I would love to explore both Texas and AZ, but in consideration of our personal situation (mom in nursing home) I think the best place for our first winter is Florida. We are currently exploring options in the Fort Myers area (easy to hop a flight back to NY). I know it will be more expensive, we can afford it for our first winter, but certainly not every winter! I'm thinking we can explore other parks from there as others have suggested and "learn along the way" what our preferences are. I plan to make some calls to parks tomorrow and find out if we can reserve for 2021-22. I'll let you know! Jane
jcordar2 08/23/20 07:25pm Snowbirds
RE: 2021-22 Florida and/or Arizona

I think for our first winter we've decided on the Fort Myers area. I have a 96 year old mom in a nursing home and feel I should be near an airport. Considering Cypress Trail. Other suggestions?
jcordar2 08/23/20 11:14am Snowbirds
2021-22 Florida and/or Arizona

We hope to be full timing by next fall. The big question - where to spend the winter? Thinking a little of half time in FL and half time in AZ? Or should we stay the whole winter in one place? I understand that we need to plan and be making our reservations now for NEXT year. Please give me your recommendations for RV Parks. Would like to be WARM, hubby is not crazy about 40 degree daytime temps! We hope to have a 43' fifth wheel by then.... What about KOA (Lazy Days)Tuscon?
jcordar2 08/22/20 02:36pm Snowbirds
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