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RE: New member introduction

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doxiemom11 10/24/20 10:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Any one else giving up snow birding due to the covid

We are full-time and spent the summer in one place, then transitioned to the south for the winter where we will sit in one place. Traveling in between was no contact check in at most stops. We've gotten gas, groceries and have taken the dog to a vet. We wear masks when inside any business and appreciate everyone else who wears it properly.
doxiemom11 10/24/20 10:16pm Snowbirds
RE: The state of full time RVing in 2020 - RVs and TVs.

We have been very pleased with our 2000 gas coach. No we haven't had to replace anything with residential and have had very little go wrong except for regular maintenance items done, a couple of circuit boards, vent covers, that type of thing. It does depend on the quality of the item you start with. Yes, full-time for 10 years.
doxiemom11 10/21/20 02:57pm Full-time RVing
RE: Water left in Suburban water heater - UPDATE!

We are full-time and have an Atwood, but we still drain it at least annually to get the crud out. Lime and other mineral deposits. We use filters, but there's always still some in there. No rust ever though.
doxiemom11 10/21/20 02:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Atwood Furnace - Ignition Lockout Fault

We had to change the circuit board when ours did that.
doxiemom11 10/18/20 10:38pm Tech Issues
RE: F53 suspension upgrades

Have you looked at the cheap handling fix for the F53 chassis? We've done both front and rear. Hubby was able to do it himself. It made a big difference.
doxiemom11 10/18/20 10:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Texas Hwy. 21 from San Marcos to Sommerville

We've been on 21 - it was a good road. Most roads in TX are decent roads.
doxiemom11 10/16/20 10:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Wooded Campgrounds for TTs

try rvparky,com and just plug in the city/state you want and how many miles out from there you are willing to stay. There are plenty of parks both public and private that are wooded.
doxiemom11 10/15/20 10:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Preferrred Water Heater

We are lucky - we have an Atwood and the backside is accessible from the inside via a fake 2 door cabinet at floor level. Can work on it from either side easily.
doxiemom11 10/15/20 10:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: 1/2T/huge TT vs strong cross wind = BAADDD DAY

The reason we don't travel when it's windy.
doxiemom11 10/15/20 10:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV sale pending, but we found evidence of mice...

I would say discuss this with the owner. You should be able to check everything before purchasing. Use the electrical, make sure the furnace and all appliances work, use the water systems and pump. See if you have any strange smells with the furnace running and it's warm in there. Refrigerator, water heater etc. If you are parked anywhere in the country, near fields or tall grass, chances are you will have them again. Try to close off any small openings with steel wool. They can't chew thru it.
doxiemom11 10/15/20 10:12pm Beginning RVing
RE: HELP! Black tank spill inside

Air conditioner will remove moisture from the air and help dry things out too. I'd run the air with fans blowing.
doxiemom11 10/11/20 01:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Later and Later Check-in times

We have been going to COE parks for a long time that had 3 or 4pm check-in. Yes, checkout at most of them is either 1 hr before or the same time. If the site was available when we arrived we have always been allowed to park and set up no matter what time it was. We do however travel so that we arrive maybe and hour or so before check-in. I do go online the night before to see if anyone is on that site, if not then we know we can arrive at anytime.
doxiemom11 10/11/20 01:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I've Rediscovered Butter

You can leave salted butter at room temperature and it will not spoil. You then have soft butter to spread on toast etc. Unsalted butter has to be refrigerated. We use real butter. Oleo was used to fatten turkeys for thanksgiving - I sure don't need that !
doxiemom11 10/07/20 04:03pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cross City RV Park

Yes, we have stayed there a few times. It's good for an overnight or two, but would not be a destination park. A few full time residents, but nice, kept clean. Has 1 washer, 1 dryer and bathroom suite with a bathtub. Some back-in, some pull thru sites. We are a larger rig so had to back out of the pull-thru as there wasn't enough room for us to make the left turn around the and loop from our site. Owner was very nice.
doxiemom11 10/07/20 03:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: At my wit's end with Jesse

Have you considered moving his crate near you at night? He is becoming more dependent on you with his eyesight failing and perhaps he gets insecure or afraid when you are not near. The water drinking to go potty may be to get your attention, so he knows where you are. Just a thought as all of our furry ones have always slept in the same room - not in our bed, but in their own bed in our room.
doxiemom11 10/07/20 03:00pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Food!

The hot chickens from grocery stores are good. They usually have a variety of sides you can buy. Myself, we make instant mashed potatoes, gravy and a vegetable or salad to go along. How about the soup and salad bar many grocery stores have. Go to the deli counter. There are also many good microwavable meals now in the stores. Stouffers or Marie Calendar, Boston Market etc.
doxiemom11 10/07/20 02:54pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Platinum plan

Is that for a pull behind? We have coachnet platinum for our motorhome which has a different "motorized" plan. Make sure you are getting the correct one. We have had Coachnet for 10 years. Haven't needed it, but not looking for anything else. From history, we know Coachnet will come thru if we need them.
doxiemom11 10/07/20 02:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Blown engine

Do some searches on google for motorhome salvage. I ran across a company that have every make, model of motorhome. They had all been totalled, but some were because of hail damage or other things that would not affect the motor. They sell any usable parts off the motorhome, mechanical or house.
doxiemom11 10/07/20 02:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I-69 Construction in Michigan

You could take US 131 north and then go East to Lansing on I-96 in Grand Rapids.
doxiemom11 09/22/20 08:39pm Roads and Routes
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