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RE: Traveling Mailbox and Florida Domicile

Very happy with St Brendan's Isle.
camper19709 08/06/20 07:17pm Full-time RVing
RE: where 2 get water for RV before you reach your destination?

I like filling with water at home that I know is safe. Then I use the campground water as needed. I have always found the campground water to be safe. That way I do not need to worry about finding water in route. Water weight makes no difference in my mpg. I have gotten water at FLyingJ , rest areas with a dump station or campground on my way. Campgrounds allow you to get water free or for a small fee.
camper19709 07/14/20 11:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Snow Birds ??

Making reservations. "we" will see.
camper19709 07/06/20 10:14pm Snowbirds
RE: Snow Birds ??

Yes. I will head to Florida. ALready have a few reservations. BUT Plans can change.
camper19709 06/24/20 08:43pm Snowbirds
RE: Over the air antenna

Hands down, the Winegard “Batwing” Sensar IV. Just keep in mind that regardless of which you choose OTA TV is a **** shoot depending on distance from towers, trees, weather, buildings in the way. X3
camper19709 06/24/20 08:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Camco water filter

I am a fulltimer. I also use the blue camco filter but I do not leave it connected. I fill my tank and then put it away. I always pump water from the tank and never remain connected to water. The filter gets replaced every 6 months. I do move frequently. I do drink and cook with bottled water but I brush my teeth with tank water. I would have no problem drinking my tank water but I reserve it for showers.
camper19709 05/31/20 02:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Considering Travel Nursing

I was an ER travel nurse for 6 years. Loved it! I worked assignments from coast to coast and Alaska. Travel nurses are in great demand right now. Google TRAVEL NURSING and get tons of information. You do not need to just sign up with one agency. I was signed with 4 agencies. Each agency has different assignments and pay rates. My procedure was to call all the agencies to find out what assignments they had in my preferred geographical location. And, since the agency is not having to pay for housing you get a stipend to help pay for your campground. Your welcome to PM me with any questions.
camper19709 05/02/20 06:32pm Full-time RVing
RE: Stimulus Check , what are you going to do with yours ?

Motorhome tires from local truck tire dealer.
camper19709 04/04/20 03:19am General RVing Issues
RE: levelers

HWH hydraulic
camper19709 04/04/20 03:17am Tech Issues
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