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  1. coastalrv1
    Hi. Thanks for your reply to my question. When I found the extension cord, it was attached to the other end, hardwired and it was puzzling. The cord is a typical 110 cord. I haven't traced it back, but I am pretty sure it is to keep the batteries charged while in storage. I keep the RV next to my home. I was assuming it was a connector to run the aft A/C since I have 30 amps and can run one A/C at a time. I did get a text that even coaches with 30 amps can run two A/Cs with a power management system. I haven't looked into that yet.
  2. richarfg
    03-18-2015 09:06 PM
    Slowly working my way toward Alaska in May. I have never been so excited about a trip! I am also a vet, and share in your belief as an oath keeper. Oh yeah....I'm a jarhead (Noticed you have 2 other jarhead buddies).
  3. mikeRu
    04-13-2013 09:39 AM
    Thought I saw some dolphins. my dad (retired in late '57) did three successful war patrol patrols aboard Muskellunge (SS 262.) Thanks for the welcome. Beautiful unit! Mike
  4. Gray County
    Hi Dennis: Enjoyed your post. We live in Canada (Ontario), and are considering a trip to Alaska this summer. There is a chap in Anchorage by the name of "Spike" Fortier who runs tours (RVAlaska that comes highly recommended but the trip costs about $7,000. They appear to be very comprehensive tours involving small groups and they seem to have thought of everything, however, it is a fairly large amount versus going on your own. Knowing Alaska and what is available up there do you have any thoughts on this? Thanks, Brian.
  5. gbennett92b
    Hello Dennis, Thanks for the welcome post. I am also a US Navy vet (Lockheed P3A Air Crew, anti-submarine warfare 1964-1968) , and a retired Deputy Sheriff. We have been to Alaska twice & going again sometime.
  6. richardcoxid
    Dennis is that a pair of Dolphins?

    I qualitified SS on a WW II Diesel Boat in1957, made it 7 years active duty, now a Life Member of US Submarine Veterans.

  7. megehrs
    01-04-2013 09:58 PM
    Dennis...I too, live in AK near the Palmer Fairgrounds. Work on Elmendorf and have been in AK nearly 6 years (this time). You have a beautiful rig. We drive a 04 Itasca Meridian, gray and silver in color. Maybe we will run into each other sometime. Spend a lot of time in Kenai and also at Lake Louise. Have a second home with RV parking near Nancy Lake. Cheers, Mark
  8. highcountry
    Hi Dennis, We will be coming to AK this summer. My dad built the AL-CAN during the war. I grew up hearing stories but have never been there. Gotta do it.
    Server aboard USS Boston CAG 1 50-63. USS Frank E Evans DD 754 68-69, sunk it off the coast of Vietnam 6-3-69.

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    US Navy Vet, Liberty Tree Member of Oath Keepers, NRA & VFW Life Member, Alaska EMT.
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