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601  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2552 Mods/Improvements /Captions on: May 02, 2012, 05:51:01 pm
Frank,

    If you go to the search screen you can just type in the word mod and all kinds of modifications will show up.  Then you just have to pick and choose what one you would like. Many of the 2551 mods will work on a 2552.  You will have to weed out those post that show the word model but by just reading the portion of the post that is shown in the search results it is not too bad to do.   Have fun and ask any questions you want.  There is always someone on this forum to help.

Sue
602  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Trip to Elkhart on: May 02, 2012, 05:39:29 pm
Marilyn and Paul,

   Enjoy your visit with the folks at PC.  They are all wonderful to work with.  Hope to see you on the road with your new 2100 in the very near future.

Sue
603  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Beautiful 2551 on: May 02, 2012, 05:36:51 pm
ragoodsp - Congrats on the new 3100.  The new colors are beautiful.  Now all the fun begins in organizing it and traveling around.  Enjoy!!

Sue
604  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Extra Side Table on: May 01, 2012, 03:23:44 pm
One final mod until our trip to DC.  We wanted somewhere to store our kleenix in the living area so we used a piece of matching countertop and made a small table extension next to our side cabinet in the 2551.

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Sue

 
605  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: What tires are ya'll buying? on: May 01, 2012, 03:14:28 pm
Jerry is perfectly correct, the sun is a big tire killer.  Even though our PC is garage kept I still keep the tires covered.  Also, when we travel I cover the tires any time we stop for more than one night.  In addition, long term storage on unsealed cement is very hard on tires so I always store mine on a nonporous material.

Barry
606  Main Forum / Polls / Re: Overnight Parking - Nontradional Campgrounds on: May 01, 2012, 10:03:08 am
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We prefer to meet new people when we travel, so a campground offers us that opportunity to do that.

We feel like that too, Tom.  We prefer a campground and generally spend our one nighters there but on a few occasions we were just not able to find a campground so had to stay on the road.  We choose the Flying J and TA and spoke to the employees inside.  They said park in front and we'll keep watch at night.

Sue
607  Main Forum / Polls / Overnight Parking - Nontradional Campgrounds on: April 30, 2012, 08:44:13 pm
When traveling between locations there are a multitude of places to stop for a meal and a good night's sleep.  Where are the best spots you have found for the night when you don't need the facilities offered by a campground or RV park?  

Add any other locations or tips you might have.
608  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Shelf for under sink carinet on: April 30, 2012, 07:46:49 pm
Kevin,

The Pine-sol was a necessity.  I was cleaning shrimp and I must have spilled some shrimp water on the floor and did not notice it.  Well--you know how fish can smell.  It took me just one floor washing with pine-sol and the smell was gone.  So now I keep it on hand.  GREAT STUFF.


Sue
609  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Any ideas for adventure in the Carolinas ? on: April 30, 2012, 07:43:28 pm
BC

In 2008 we stayed at the Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort on Hilton Head Island.  This was a beautifully landscaped resort with nice amenities.  Each site was individually landscaped and it was very neat and clean.  We really enjoyed it.  In contrast we stayed at Myrtle Beach State Park that was true camping but you were just a few feet from the ocean.  This was great fun.  They have some FHU sites.  There was also a fishing pier within walking distance.  In Virginia Beach we stayed at the Holiday Trav-L-Park and what was nice about them was they had a free parking lot on the beach about 2 miles down the road.  Loved to watch the Navy practice.  Could be loud during the day but we got used to it. 

Enjoy!!!

Sue
610  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Exploring the State of Colorado on: April 30, 2012, 03:41:41 pm
Margie,

We were in Colorado in 2006.  Mesa Verde is one of our favorite parks.  Very interesting.  We took a tour with the park rangers and it was very enlightening!!  We were towing a travel trailer at the time so stayed across the road from Mesa Verde at A&A Campground.  They are still open and get good reveiws and not that pricey.  You are close to the "Four Corners" when you are here.  Now, some folks say it is a tourist trap and not to waste your time. But we just had to go and actually spent four hours there.  We talked to many of the locals sellling their crafts and even had a custom arrow/arrowhead made and then signed by the "artist".  Still have it displayed in the house today.  It too was very intersting.  We have also taken the COG railroad up to Pike's Peak.  This was many years ago but that too was enjoyabale and the scenery was beautiful.  ENJOY!

Sue
611  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Shelf for under sink carinet on: April 30, 2012, 10:57:27 am
I wanted to organize my sink cabinet a little better.  I wanted a place for extra sponges, gloves, small bottles etc... I found this shelf and was able to secure it (well you know who secured it) to the back wall.  It now allows me to utilize space that is higher up on the wall and have room for the larger items underneath.

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Sue
612  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Check your shower seams on: April 30, 2012, 10:53:14 am
Right before we left Fl this winter I washed the shower walls and pan very thoroughly.  I then noticed a slight leak but wasn't sure where it came from.  My DH inspected it very closely and found that there was caulk missing in one corner where the pan meets the wall.  Since I did spray water down there I'm thinking I may have hit that corner and water found its way in.  Seems to be fine now.  The caulk was missing on one side of the attachment tab where they screw the pan to the wall.

Sue
613  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: April 30, 2012, 08:55:29 am
Gary;

Welcome.

We have a 2551 and absolutely love the floor plan and the room that it provides especially in the bathroom.   Don't dismiss the twin bed configuration.  It offers some advantages such as ease of access to overhead storage, making the bed in the morning, changing sheets and the all important nightly trip to the spacious  rear bath.

Barry
614  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: April 30, 2012, 07:33:50 am
Welcome Gary,

     PC does have alot to offer.  If I were you, I would list out all my changes, even draw up an interior design and submit it to Stuart or Kermit and they will let you know what they can do.  Make sure you include the maximum length that you would like, number of slides, and any other special needs that you may have. 

     We use ours in FL in the winter time and it is wonderful.  It is a great way to travel.  If you get a chance to visit the factory or see some PCs at an RV show that is also very helpful.

Sue
615  Main Forum / Links and Contacts / Re: Product Contacts on: April 28, 2012, 04:06:46 pm
Bill/Diane

Thanks for the info.

Website and 800 number updated.

Barry
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