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Old 11-21-2014, 02:03 PM   #15
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Thanks marthlin,I know there will be times that I will need a ride to somewhere. And knowing the rv community I will have all the help I could ever want. The rv community is such a giving community, always ready to assist anyone anytime anywhere.
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Old 11-21-2014, 02:40 PM   #16
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There is a BRAT bus system I think that can take you other places in County. Several small vans/taxis. Pretty reasonably priced, especially from bars!
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I'm still wondering if you have vision problems, how do you drive your RV?
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Old 11-22-2014, 09:18 AM   #18
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I mentioned the colder temps so you'll keep an eye on hoses, and keeping the holding tanks warm enough so as not to freeze. Last thing you need is busted water pipes.
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9 years here with no busted pipes. Last year a really unusual cold snap we ran furnace while parked in yard..
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Hi brabono, never gave the thought to the local bus service. That is a good option that I will keep in mind. Thanks.
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Hi twogypies. I don't drive the rv. It has to be someone else. Usually my sister. But she still works. This next winter should be her last. Then she will drive the rv to our winter destination, wherever that will be. I can't even get a drivers license anymore, can't pass the eye test. So I have state ID
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You're right Ramets, the last thing a person needs is broken water pipes. My holding tanks are in a heated space, and where the water pump and other piping is, is also a heated compartment. And I don't mind making sure that there is enough heat to keep things right. Thanks for passing on the info.
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brabono, it was unusally cold up here last winter. hoping this winter is not the same. Can hardly wait to get there. I really like the area
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9 years here with no busted pipes. Last year a really unusual cold snap we ran furnace while parked in yard..
We're here in Foley, and the guy parked next to us woke up earlier this week to his outside hose frozen solid. He didn't heed the advice to unhook and drain his hose. But this morning at 7am it was over 70 degrees.
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Hi Ramets, like the over 70's. That is right up my alley.
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