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RE: Where to for Thanksgiving?

Staying home as usual with limited family, DW, DD, GD and GGD, while rest of the family in NY shovels out from latest snow storm.
bukhrn 11/21/22 11:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Escaping summer heat while in the southwest?

You are right on the money about how elevation helps with temperature. A couple of years ago I was in Phoenix and it was 113 that night the weatherman (they do the whole state) said it would be 114 in Phoenix and 72 in Flagstaff. Guess where we headed in the morning. BillSeveral years ago, we stopped at Havasu City to break up our trip from Ca to GC, We experienced the same sort of thing, We left Havasu at 115 degrees and got to the South Rim of GC 82 degrees. If we ever get back out that way again, we'll go to the North Rim.
bukhrn 11/04/22 01:41pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: No LP to the stove top.

Those detectors have a life span, and should be replaced, I think its like 8 years mine has a "replace by" date on it.
bukhrn 11/04/22 01:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How does this work? TV antenna

Have you been on the roof? Is there even an antenna up there?
bukhrn 11/04/22 11:58am Class C Motorhomes
RE: GSMNP close trails to allow black bears to feed

It's always amazed me that people seem to think these places are some kind of free range petting zoo, especially in places like Yellowstone. Folks need to realize these are WILD animals, almost everything out there can Kill you, and some things Will eat you after they kill you. :S
bukhrn 10/31/22 11:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Propane feed question

Why don't you go back and re-read your post on the 18th, folks told, and showed you exactly how to do it. If you install it as shown in the photo posted by CA Traveler, you'll have to reinstall the regulator on your grill.
bukhrn 10/24/22 02:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2022 forest river solera 27dse

Look under the queen bed.
bukhrn 10/23/22 09:14am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Installing new line for propane grill

https://i.imgur.com/9Dcdvkzl.jpg "border=0" That's exactly what I did.
bukhrn 10/18/22 11:02am Class C Motorhomes
RE: outside speakers

In my old 2006 Forester, the outside speakers are fed from the Radio/CD/DVD player in the Entertainment Center, Not the one in the dash.
bukhrn 10/17/22 09:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: No water pump

Not sure why your pump isn't working but, also not sure why you're using 5 gallon of AF, or why your dumping it into your tank, most people bypass the tank and hook a hose (either permanently or temporarily)to the in side of the pump, I did my 29' Forester yesterday with 2 gallon.
bukhrn 10/11/22 10:37am Tech Issues
RE: Buc-ee's

You accomplished one thing, you made me look it up, as I'd never heard of Buc-ee's , had no idea what it was.
bukhrn 10/03/22 04:54pm Around the Campfire
RE: Looking for a Good Men's Hair dressing

Let's not go there.
bukhrn 09/26/22 03:11pm Around the Campfire
RE: Leaky roof, any ideas where it’s coming from ?

Hi fellow Rvers I’m continuing my quest for a class A and have found one but has a small leak , any ideas where the leak is coming from, the roof has been redone and it’s on the side where the slide is but above see pictures. Any tips to fix thanks https://i.imgur.com/D4DnUGhl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/zK7b6Z0l.jpg In an RV roof, there is no such thing as a "Small" leak, especially if it's been left for awhile, they may have replaced the roof, but looking at those photos, i'd say it has major ceiling damage, not to mention the distinct possibility of mold. You're looking at a major chore, that soft touch ceiling would need to be replaced, at least in the 2 sections on either side of that strip, to my knowledge it's not even made anymore, so going with FRP would be a better & easier material, plus you'd have to replace the Luan plywood under it, and then you'll have to see what the block foam insulation looks like. Plus, in photo #2, in the circle, above the right side of the slide out, the side wall paper, is wrinkled, which would indicate damage there as well. The molding below the joint strip looks rotted as well. There may be much more also that can't be seen in these 2 photos, plus as mentioned earlier you don't know what kind of job they did around that AC. All in All, a major PITA, regardless of what kind of deal you think you're getting, personally, I'd put that money into one that I could be using rather than spending all my time working on. '
bukhrn 09/26/22 01:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Travel Trailers vs Motor Home

The only thing I don't see referenced is, Difference in size, ie: if you have a 34-36 ft Class A and go to a 28 ft TT, there's a big difference in comfort space/ storage space and generally lower class amenities. (Notice the term, Generally) as nothing about an RV is written in stone.
bukhrn 09/24/22 05:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: SPAM-alama-dingdong 2.0

Most/All the recipes i see here reference Fried Spam, which is actually the only way I like spam. As for all those that diss on spam, i'll bet they wolf down hot dogs & bologna, if they've ever been to a hot dog or bologna factory, they'd go screaming into the night.
bukhrn 09/24/22 05:26pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Early Television

"I remember Winky Dink, Arthur Godfrey, and when I was about twelve after the National Anthem, Static." WOW, and here I thought I was the only one that ever heard of Winky Dink. :)
bukhrn 09/21/22 04:11pm Around the Campfire
RE: PA Turnpike-worse in US?

I think they finished it in 1951 or so and was to be paid for by tolls in 10 years. Been a long 10 years I would say. As for the condition of the road, only thing close to that bad is I-10 in Louisiana. It must be related to NY State Thruway, (I-90) but their theory is that the tolls pay for the road maintenance, although it is in better shape than the pike.
bukhrn 09/21/22 12:52pm Roads and Routes
Bangor to Crown Point, NY

Leaving Bar Harbor, taking Rt 2, from Bangor,which we've done before, after Montpelier, Google wants to send me down 100B and 17, but to be honest, 17 looks like driving on a snakes back, is there a better route without going all the way to Burlington?
bukhrn 08/30/22 01:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: Pulled to the left when being passed by Big Rigs

Your not privileged, it happens to my Class C too, I'm sure it happens to other classes too. Sometimes it's only a little, other times it makes you get a tighter grip on the wheel. :E
bukhrn 08/19/22 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Very high aurora forecast for Aug 18

Forecast for central Idaho is cloudy, which is a shame.That happens all the time to us, every time there is an eclipse or some other Celestial Phenomenon, always cloudy. :(
bukhrn 08/18/22 11:13am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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