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The Shade Tree / Re: I met someone
« Last post by Alpena Jeff on Today at 05:12:02 AM »
Dear Amanda,
Florida has wonderful weather and there is a lot of advantages to the hot weather and direct sun. First all you need is a pair of shorts, a t shirt and some sandals. Think of all the money you could save on clothes for your herd. No winter coats, no galoshes, no need for expensive hot chocolate to warm up with. With all that direct sun there is no need for using a dryer. Just put the clothes on and go run around outside. And besides that I live only 20 miles from Disney World. ;D
 The big advantage for you to be living in Florida is that you don't have all six kids trapped inside all day long in the winter.  8)
ABC Tom.
Anybody or everybody know what this means? (It's a sales guy thing)
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Motorhomes / Re: A plague of frogs...
« Last post by Alpena Jeff on Today at 05:08:06 AM »

Here's an idea
Mmmmmm. Tastes like chicken!
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Motorhomes / Re: A plague of frogs...
« Last post by SeilerBird on Today at 04:34:07 AM »
I have a plague of cats in my fiver. Three inside and a few hanging around outside. I will never ever see a frog or a toad in my RV. ;D
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Motorhomes / Re: A plague of frogs...
« Last post by Back2PA on Today at 04:32:34 AM »
Anyone have ideas or suggestions for keeping the unit toad free?


Here's an idea
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Motorhomes / Re: A plague of frogs...
« Last post by DearMissMermaid on Today at 04:03:37 AM »
I have had a plague of frogs off and on for years.

No idea why.

I have a big collection of my forggy pictures. Some folks have a guardian angel traveling with them. I have a guardian froggy.

In my motorhome for 8 years no matter where I went a frog was with me. Usually he was hanging outside the RV on the window. Once in awhile he snuck inside and I moved him back outside.

Now I bought a 5th wheel last year. Next thing you know,  I have frogs on the outside clinging to the rig.

But one morning I got up to make coffee. I have a screen in my sink drain to catch debris. I move that debris to the compost bin or garbage. So when I rinse out my French press coffee maker, the coffee grounds end up in the screen. I pick up the drain screen and transferred the grounds to my compost bin.

When I turned around to replace the screen, a tiny little froggy climbed out of the drain and began hopping around the RV!

It took me until the afternoon to actually capture the little guy. Then I moved him outdoors. He moved to the outside of the kitchen window and hangs their forlornly wondering why I won't adopt him as an inside pet.

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Motorhomes / Re: Class A extra wide passenger seats?
« Last post by DearMissMermaid on Today at 03:55:08 AM »
Please show us link or pic of what you found.

Inquiring minds want to know!  :o
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The Shade Tree / Re: I met someone
« Last post by SeilerBird on Today at 03:50:27 AM »
Dear Confused,
Florida is too hot and too much direct sun. You should consider a more reasonable state.
Dear Amanda,
Florida has wonderful weather and there is a lot of advantages to the hot weather and direct sun. First all you need is a pair of shorts, a t shirt and some sandals. Think of all the money you could save on clothes for your herd. No winter coats, no galoshes, no need for expensive hot chocolate to warm up with. With all that direct sun there is no need for using a dryer. Just put the clothes on and go run around outside. And besides that I live only 20 miles from Disney World. ;D
 The big advantage for you to be living in Florida is that you don't have all six kids trapped inside all day long in the winter.  8)
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Tech Talk / Re: Propane safety question.
« Last post by Rene T on Today at 03:24:50 AM »
Ya know how some old RVs have a crank you turn on the ceiling that extends an antenna on the roof? You guessed it.. drip, drip, drip from where the crank is. I have a can of Henry roof sealer a friend gave me but no ladder to get up there but thats a minor thing I guess. I will try and get that done before the next rain. .

The center shaft has a seal on it and it's very easy to replace. Yes you do have to get on the roof. Also when you're up there, you need to check all the heads of the screws holding the antenna to the roof. If you see any signs of the caulking cracking or see signs of rust bleeding through the caulk, that's the sign of a water leak. You need to recaulk. At the same time, you should check all the seams far failing caulk. That should be done annually
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Tech Talk / Re: Propane safety question.
« Last post by bum4evr on Today at 02:16:34 AM »
Ok so disconnecting the 12 volt is a bad idea, got it. And Since someone asked, I don't have running water for a dumb reason, the house I live next to does not have a hose long enough to reach the RV to fill the tank. But I have a key to the house so I can go in there for bathroom, laundry, washing dishes etc.. so life is not so bad.. until it rains... Ya know how some old RVs have a crank you turn on the ceiling that extends an antenna on the roof? You guessed it.. drip, drip, drip from where the crank is. I have a can of Henry roof sealer a friend gave me but no ladder to get up there but thats a minor thing I guess. I will try and get that done before the next rain.

I never use the stove for cooking because I live right next to a 99 cent store and they have lots of microwaveable stuff to cook. I will try and use the stove for heat as little as possible. I hope the LPG test thingie is reading right and the propane tank is actually 2/3 full, it looks like it holds about 15 gallons.
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The Shade Tree / Re: I met someone
« Last post by durangod on Today at 01:34:10 AM »
I promise they're well behaved.

I have no doubt they are well behaved as you have shown great character on the forum and although online is not always a full repesentation, you have been around long enough for your true character to show, so assuming they follow your lead.   Its great they are old enough to be able to help out.

Maybe we can do Dear Amanda T-Shirts lol
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