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RE: Trip Report - September Long

This forum is dead - thanks for posting! You got lucky to take pictures of the new snow - very nice. I'd be interested to hear about your freeze dried dinner packets - like brand, where you get them, etc. Keeping the pantry stocked is a great idea. Oh - and thanks IAMICHABOD for fixing the link...
pasusan 09/19/20 04:15am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Atwood water heater won't stay on.

since the red "DCI-FLT" comes on immediately when I turn on the switch I'm beginning to suspect I have a bad circuit board. What do you think? Unless I missed it - nobody seems to be responding to this. It is perfectly and completely normal for that light to come on immediately. That shows you've turned on the switch and there isn't a fun flame yet - it takes a few seconds to light. As far as your flame going out after it lights - that is what your problem is.
pasusan 09/14/20 07:27am Tech Issues
RE: Are the campgrounds full in your area?

Don't know about the rest of PA - but in the northern mountain state parks it has been and continues to be busy. We like to camp in the fall for the cooler temps and the colors. Had a heck of a time getting reservations and we're nervous since there will be so many campsites full and the restrooms possibly germy (camping in our B). I've been checking out these and other state parks throughout the summer and they have continually been packed - even on weekdays.
pasusan 09/13/20 06:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How do you pay your bills on the road on extended trips?

I use my bank app on my phone. But, most of our bills are set up for automatic payment
pasusan 09/09/20 04:53am General RVing Issues
RE: More room in the Refrigerator for the important stuff.

Great drawer - now about lettuce... Before a trip - I wash the lettuce leaves, lay them flat between paper towels and put them into a gallon size ziploc. The lettuce stays remarkable fresh and it's already clean when I get it out.
pasusan 09/08/20 04:45am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 32 Foot Class A vs 32 Foot Class C

Don't know if this needs mentioning... But ever see the results of a crash? At least a Class C will have the cab area much more stable as it is the front end of a real vehicle. A Class A will fall apart completely (well, unless it is a bus conversion).
pasusan 08/26/20 06:06am Beginning RVing
RE: New RVer's and campers - Welcome!

^ Thanks Barney - what a blast from the past!
pasusan 08/17/20 11:41am Beginning RVing
RE: What is your best Potato Salad recipe

Potatoes, chopped hard boiled eggs, salt & pepper, and Miracle Whip. Don't like Miracle Whip for anything other than potato salad and egg salad sandwiches. Yum.
pasusan 08/14/20 05:27pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs

From 1918 - sound familiar? width=500
pasusan 08/09/20 11:01am Around the Campfire
RE: Leaving dog at campsite

Dogs are pack animals and are programmed to follow their masters. The often behave quite differently on their own with the owners away. There is another major issue. Many dogs bark a lot. Their owners get used to that. The neighbors are less likely to enjoy the noise.This is absolutely true. The times that we were bothered by barking dogs have always been when the owners were there - seemingly able to carry on conversations while their dogs barked.
pasusan 08/09/20 04:50am Beginning RVing

Here's an article that talks about how different this virus is from most and how even if we get vaccines - what about the animals that get it and can conceivably give it back to humans. Why The Novel Coronavirus Has The Power To Launch A Pandemic
pasusan 07/30/20 07:49am Around the Campfire
RE: Split LiFePO4 "coach" battery from Chevy "engine" battery?

^ Why... Hanging underneath, of course. (Makes it oh so easy to work on.) OP - Can't help, but I think most if not all class Bs have a battery isolator that allows the coach batteries to be charged with the engine alternator, but doesn't allow the engine battery to draw from the coach batteries.
pasusan 07/30/20 05:03am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Guess what happened to me today!

Same thing happened to us many years ago. Happened to see the fridge cover fly off as we were driving on a back highway. Turned around and went back to get it... I was getting out to pick it up when a tractor trailer came barrelling down the road - drove right over it and smashed it flat!
pasusan 07/28/20 04:35am General RVing Issues

I'm worried about the long-haulers that are showing up. These are people who had mild to moderate forms of Covid-19 who are continuing to battle symptoms months later. This long-haul syndrome seems to mostly affect young, healthy, and (previously) physically active people - which looks to me like a big problem for our future. Here is a fascinating read talking about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and how that can show up after certain infectious diseases and how it mirrors the problems of Covid-19 long-haulers. Link
pasusan 07/26/20 10:23am Around the Campfire
RE: Roadtrek Water Stains

Leaks/stains are a turnoff - at least for me.
pasusan 07/24/20 04:30am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Flashlights

We bought a Lux-Pro flashlight at Lowes a few years ago. width=200 Now we have 7 of them. One in each camper, two in the barn, one in the garage, one in the kitchen, and one in the basement. I guess you can tell - we love 'em. We also have a couple of headlights for project work around the house. Don't take them camping as when you look at someone it shines in their eyes - better to shine a flashlight at the ground.
pasusan 07/03/20 04:58am General RVing Issues

I've been seeing more and more articles about the virus hanging on to some people. Folks seem to get better only to relapse over and over again. Here is one. For folks who think this is just a flu and/or we should all just get it... I'm pretty nervous about the long-term implications.
pasusan 07/02/20 05:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Colored party globe lights for awening? ...yeah, I know

Can only find tiny Christmas light stuff on Amazon.Search for "rv awning lights" on Amazon. There are lots.
pasusan 06/23/20 05:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Air Conditioning how many do not use it.

For us it depends on the outside temperatures. We normally camp in the spring and fall so we don't use it much at all. Open windows are our preference. But we do use the fan for white noise at night.
pasusan 06/23/20 04:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Basic questions about Class B's

On the surface the 24 ft B, B+, C- or C are all the same length same height and the B + and C are slightly wider. What are the details I am not seeing? Your statement: "It had the Ford 350 chassis and did not ride as well as the B's that I test drove..." for one. They drive completely differently. Your second statement "...B + and C are slightly wider" is interesting. My B is 76" wide while the Regency "B+" 94" wide per their specs. That's 18 inches of "slightly wider" :B which takes you out of parking between the lines in pretty much every standard parking spot. DaveIf you look at them side by side you will certainly see a difference. If you put my B next to a View (for instance) you will see a huge difference. Smaller in every way. My B can park and go anywhere a van can since it is one. A B+ (C-) View can't. MPG will also suffer when you are driving a large box down the road compared to a van. But - you do have to be a special person to own a B. Not everyone can do it - or will want to. Good luck!
pasusan 06/23/20 04:34am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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