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Old 09-11-2014, 04:37 PM   #4229
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Sounds like "the empty nest", then ya' hid the nest!
Right! The darlins couldn't find us if they wanted to move back in.

Fortunately, they've all done better than the Old Man.
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Old 09-11-2014, 05:11 PM   #4230
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That just means you did it right! (On both statements, the hiding and the raising hehe)

3 Cooper Discoverer tires and new brake pads and rails the rest of the way around (since the brake failure on our last outing)
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Old 09-11-2014, 09:38 PM   #4231
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Ignition switch--- mine was a little loose in the dash so thought I would tighten it up.

It fell apart in my hand when I reached up behind the dash to hold it while I tightened the bezel. I little research and found it was a 1972 Chevy C10 switch (never know about these MH) My headlites are from a 1990 Ford Econoline. They are on order should be here next week sometime.
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Old 09-12-2014, 09:10 AM   #4232
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Atlas I Don't Think Will Ever Become Outdated

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Just finished up with a mail order to CW for Dominator replacement sewer hoses and gaskets. Got a two and a 10 footer. Last trip, I noticed a small pinhole leak in a hose and a leak in the gasket to the clear view attachment. The feed through hole in the wet bay is just a bit small for the Dominator hose, so thought I'd invest in the two footer as it's easier to work the shorter hose through. I'm with you on the atlas. In spite of using Google Maps and the soon to be terminated MS Streets and Trips, we also like having a hard copy atlas. We normally pick them up at various Walmart stores and once at a Walgreen's Drugs.
DW and I are using the atlas for planning out a two year trip around the country, north, south, east, west. I think being able to see the whole picture is ideal for us. Now, if I can just remember how to read it.
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Old 09-12-2014, 10:30 AM   #4233
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Just ordered a water softener for the RV.

We are less than 5 weeks from hitting the road. Starting an extended semi-retirement trip to visit kids/grandkids and see the sights.

Caught this one on sale AND with free shipping.

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..... I think being able to see the whole picture is ideal for us. Now, if I can just remember how to read it.
To that I can agree and that's one of the two primary reasons as why I got the Streets and Trips soft ware as you can zoom in to a specific location and zoom out to see the whole trip. The other reason is that I don't have to be on line with a wifi or use up time on my Hot Spot. Plan and have a good trip, would like to think that I could talk DW into a circuit trip around our country.
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Just ordered a water softener for the RV.

We are less than 5 weeks from hitting the road. Starting an extended semi-retirement trip to visit kids/grandkids and see the sights.

Caught this one on sale AND with free shipping.

RV-PRO10000
That's an excellent choice in water softener... a buddy of mine bought one and loves it. I haven't bitten the bullet yet, but that brand/model will likely be what I get when I'm ready to!
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I also have the 8000 model and it works well on the horrible water supplied at our park in Arizona, although we still don't drink it, either ourselves or our dogs. But it gives a break to the camper's plumbing.
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I recently bought this wireless rear view camera system for my Airstream TT and it works great. I especially like it because it takes less dashboard space, excellent image quality, and is convenient to use with my phone display serving as the monitor:

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New tires ordered, installation is on the way home from our last campout of the season.
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