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Old 05-08-2014, 12:21 PM   #29
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I hear ya! Good to be bottle fed.
A beer bottle can clink.
So can bourbon in a shot glass!

These just go "thunk" ...
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I saw in a forum where people used the fishing pole holder and the "fruit Sleeves", like you find on apples in the grocery store, around the body of the wine glass. Keeps them from clinking down the road. I imagine you could use the fruit sleeves and lay the wine glasses down in a drawer in a "head-to-toe" configuration. They won't roll around or clink into one another.
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How'd I miss this thread??!? IMO, if you have wine around long enough to make it into a glass, then you're not drinking it fast enough.

I used to have 4 glass ones, until a couple mis-steps (no comments from the peanut gallery!) on a gravel site caused my 4 to become 2. For travel, I also stored them in the box they came in.Now I have the lucite ones - they bounce when dropped.

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Acrylic stemless wine glasses, no breakage and easy to hang on too! No special treatment neccessary either. Nice pairing to the 24+ bottles of wine alrady in the MH
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Thanks to all on helpful suggestions on how to store my wine glasses and pottery/ceramic coffee mugs.
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I found the tip in Motorhome magazine... RACK ’EM UP

And another solution... No More Shake ’N’ Break
Sarah,

I thought that tip had merit, so maybe a subscription to the Mag was worthwhile. Since I don't like magazines cluttering up the house, I subscribed to the Digital Magazine.

And immediately started having problems. After signing up, it displayed a link so that I could download the current issue (see pic below). I clicked that and it took me to a magazine subscription site which had NOTHING to do with MotorHome Mag. Then I searched around on MotorHome's site and found a Customer Support Page link. Clicking on that link (several times) sent me to an error page. (No customer support?)

Then I called customer support and talked to a nice young lady. Who had no clue what I was talking about. So she asked her supervisor. Who also had no clue what I was talking about.

And then the last straw was that they treat the emagazine just like the paper version. So I would have to wait until June just to see what I've purchased.

At that point, I gave up and immediately cancelled my subscription. They may have decent content, but their support is abysmal.

Since I've received fantastic ideas and feedback from the good folks on this forum, magazines are a non-starter for me. You folks are worth a thousand times what MotorHome is worth.

I apologize for taking the thread off topic, but I had to get that off my chest.

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We no longer attend nor conduct cotillions and such.
Why have the special glasses if you dont have the rest of the accoutrements?

Or is it all about the celebratory "clink"?
I'm sure there's an App for that "clink" somewhere.....

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Thanks to all on helpful suggestions on how to store my wine glasses and pottery/ceramic coffee mugs.
If you figure out a good solution, be sure to post it. Good luck.
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Sarah,

I thought that tip had merit, so maybe a subscription to the Mag was worthwhile. Since I don't like magazines cluttering up the house, I subscribed to the Digital Magazine.

And immediately started having problems. After signing up, it displayed a link so that I could download the current issue (see pic below). I clicked that and it took me to a magazine subscription site which had NOTHING to do with MotorHome Mag. Then I searched around on MotorHome's site and found a Customer Support Page link. Clicking on that link (several times) sent me to an error page. (No customer support?)

Then I called customer support and talked to a nice young lady. Who had no clue what I was talking about. So she asked her supervisor. Who also had no clue what I was talking about.

And then the last straw was that they treat the emagazine just like the paper version. So I would have to wait until June just to see what I've purchased.

At that point, I gave up and immediately cancelled my subscription. They may have decent content, but their support is abysmal.

Since I've received fantastic ideas and feedback from the good folks on this forum, magazines are a non-starter for me. You folks are worth a thousand times what MotorHome is worth.

I apologize for taking the thread off topic, but I had to get that off my chest.

Regards,

Dan.
Well, that's annoying. Sorry, Dan. You might scan their website when you're bored; there is a lot of free content, videos, etc. that don't require subscription.
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