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RE: Ladder

I too have a little giant and really like it. If you need something more compact I have seen what I think you are really asking about by link https://abovethefloor.net/best-folding-ladder-reviews/ . Honestly I think you would be happy with either brand reviewed there.
DilanYah 07/01/20 09:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Garbage disposal?

Garbage disposals for houses - YES! For RVs - NOPE, due to water usage and bouncing. The need to run water through the disposal while it is working would use quite a bit of water out of your tank and fill the grey water tank sooner. Not a real problem if connected to city water and a public sewer, but not for drycamping. The heavy disposal would crack the sink and/or loosen the plumbing when going down a bumpy road. If you decide on getting a garbage disposal, get a lighter one reviewed by https://bestsinkdisposal.com/
DilanYah 06/15/20 04:30am Travel Trailers
RE: DirecTV dropping DNS

Been with directv for years and will probably stay for many more (I really consider it to be one of the best Premium Movies Streaming Sites). Pq depends on channel sometimes. Overall very good sometimes outstanding. Do you know anyone with DTV that you can compare.. ive only seen dish maybe a cpl years ago via family member and wasnt impressed with thier system..
DilanYah 05/15/20 06:36am Technology Corner
RE: Dr Doug cbd oil verus pain meds

I've been taking cbd oil canada to cope with pain. This is the only thing I take for joint pain, as pain medications are mainly ineffective in people with my disorder.
DilanYah 04/26/20 11:27am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cat with Skin Issues and Hair Loss

From my own experience it often takes 3 consecutive months of flea treatment to calm flea allergy reaction don't ask me why but I have found this with both cats and dogs and whatever product you use. More tips on Pet Express website
DilanYah 04/24/20 08:49am RV Pet Stop
RE: CBD oil

I haven't used CBD oil yet, but if it's just CBD oil, either gelcaps or liquid for drops, it's not going to get you high. As indicated here , it's a good idea to not use too much CBD until you are more accustomed to it. So it's quite innocent alternative medication according to https://www.vitalityhealthcbd.com/
DilanYah 04/20/20 03:21pm RV Pet Stop
RE: LED Lantern Brightness and quality

I do love LED lanterns for camping. LEDs are brighter and lighter weight, and easy to switch on and off as required. And last longer, so long as you have enough batteries. Be sure to find a reputable companyto get one. I recommend you http://www.lepro.com/ . And much safer to use inside a tent.
DilanYah 04/14/20 05:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Got a Amazon fire TV stick

I have been using Amazon Firestick for over 2 years. You you know, it turned out to be the best decision to get one. Though without Kodi it's nothing. Kodi on Amazon Firestick makes a good combo. Everyone must have it. Here is a good guide on how to install it https://www.firesticktricks.com/kodi.html
DilanYah 04/02/20 02:49am Technology Corner
RE: CBD oil

I've been using CBD as an anti-anxiety medication. While it wasn’t like I was 100% stress-free overnight, I did notice within a week or so of taking CBD oil — roughly six to eight drops under the tongue, held for 90 seconds and then swallowed, twice a day — that I felt less anxious and tense. Things that usually bothered me, like unanswered emails or things going wrong with work, were easier to take in stride.
DilanYah 03/24/20 04:24am RV Pet Stop
RE: How to avoid fake cast iron antique cookware

Wagner and Griswold are your best bet. look for the Erie label if you can find one and season it yourself. Stay away from any made in Taiwan or China, the cast is much thinner and the steel is inferior. Also you can find decent cookware by link
DilanYah 03/23/20 12:18pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Vinyl flooring cracked. How to fix?

I seem to be on the same boat as you. There is a small crack in the vinyl flooring just inside the door, but it is starting to peel a little. I'd love to know how best to fix this, as well as anyone's thoughts on replacing the entire floor with "wood look" vinyl linoleum.
DilanYah 03/16/20 02:34am Tech Issues
RE: Tv while traveling

Any approach to streaming on the road will be very dependent on your connectivity. On a cold rainy day in a full up camping area, simply having a lot of signal may not be all you need. Personally, I have a Firestick with Kodi (here is a guide on how to install Kodi on Firestick ). Using the Amazon Firestick and a personal hotspot on our iPhone Verison phone, we are able to watch Netflix, Amazon Video and Hulu without problem.
DilanYah 03/11/20 02:06am Technology Corner
RE: Traveling without a car

I will be travelling with my girlfriend to Mallorca in a few weeks. We are in our early 30s and so will be getting around via buses rather than car. We love exploring little towns and cities, hiking, cycling and anything adventurous. But we also are planning to rent a car from https://www.mallorcacarhirecompany.com/ for a few last days to fully observe the island
DilanYah 03/09/20 07:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is there a free VIN decoder that will show specs/options?

Carfax may list accurate data, but it certainly is NOT complete. As you'll see from many previous threads. Here is my own experience: When I was shopping for a car I got the 30-day unlimited Carfax reports so I went ahead and ran my previous car. I'd had it for 6 years, from new, and it had been in 2 fender benders and 2 medium accidents. All were repaired in factory-approved shops and paid for by their insurance so all should have all been reported. Two were correct, and two were not mentioned at all. When I was buying a used Australian vehicle , I checked it through another resource https://www.revscheckreport.com.au/.
DilanYah 03/06/20 02:44am Travel Trailers
RE: Dr Doug cbd oil verus pain meds

I hope your dog is doing better. CBD is great for pain relief and will also speed up recovery time due to its strong natural anti-inflammatory properties. Read more on CBD for pain on iSum.com . It's worth to read and research, I believe that my pet deserve the very best.
DilanYah 02/13/20 07:48am RV Pet Stop
RE: CBD oil

I have personally used CBD oil for joint and muscle pain with excellent results. CBD oil doesn't get you high and can be used internally as well as externally. For localized pain the salves work much better then internal. More info on www.envyhemp.com
DilanYah 01/22/20 01:33am RV Pet Stop
RE: Prescriptions while on the road?

When it comes to prescriptions, I do use Canadian Pharmacy . It has fast delivery and really decent quality products
DilanYah 01/15/20 04:11am Beginning RVing
RE: RV'ing with a cat

We've been RV'ing with three cats and one small dog. They have traveled with us the past 15 years. Our oldest cat is 19 and she will go with us again as we hit the road next summer. Cats are in fact great travelers....each of our kitties have their own spot in the RV. If you are a new cat owner, you can find some useful hacks on https://goodcatlife.com/
DilanYah 12/17/19 03:26am RV Pet Stop
RE: casino camping

It has been a few years for me, but we have stayed at Treasure Island Casino near Red Wing MN (SW of Minneapolis/St.Paul). I want to say it was $15 or $20 a night for full hook up (water, electric, sewer) and included use of the hotel pool and fitness center. They also have a great buffet at the casino. But usually I just play on wooricasino
DilanYah 12/11/19 03:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone use insect (tick) yard spray before they set up camp?

I use both DEET and Permethrin. As mentioned above… 1. DEET is for you (i.e. exposed skin areas — or areas under thin garments) 2. Permethrin — for your clothing (including socks) and gear (e.g. boots, tent) 3. Tick protection from Pet Express for my lab
DilanYah 11/28/19 03:46am RV Pet Stop
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