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1  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Photo website on: June 25, 2015, 07:15:58 am
Really, really sorry to hear that, Gophoenix.  Hope you will have time to still be active on the forum, if possible, since your knowledge and input is very helpful.  Don't know if you are familiar with the Escapees RV club but they have a website with a thread devoted just to selling RVs and related stuff.  Pretty active membership, so you might have some luck if you post there, as well.  Sorry, can't answer your specific question about a photo website.  Best of luck to you and your wife.  --  Carol
2  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: June 25, 2015, 07:12:23 am
Welcome Gretchen and four-legged copilots!
Nice to see another full-timer.  Feel free to email me if you ever want to chat about some of the issues that can arise as you are on the road.  My four-legged copilot and I are coming up on our one-year anniversary.  Looking forward to pictures if you feel comfy posting them after pick-up.
Safe travels!
3  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Dinette or Couch Seat Belts on: June 23, 2015, 07:00:51 am
Did check.  Not bound on anything.  Simply way too short.  Pursuing with factory.
4  Main Forum / General Discussion / Dinette or Couch Seat Belts on: June 21, 2015, 10:28:38 pm
I hadn't tried to use the seat belts provided with my dinette until last week.  I found that they are way too short for most normal sized adults.  Fully extended, they would only fit a child or a skinny adult.  Does anyone else have this problem?  I just thought I would check with other PC owners before calling the factory to see what's up with that.  Thanks!
5  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Road kill and other roadtrip musings on: June 15, 2015, 08:13:34 am
Glad your trip is uproariously successful and thanks for passing on some of the laughs!  And ya, I agree... live armadillos do not exist.  My dog swears she saw one but I think her blood sugar was low at the time.  Keep up the good times!
6  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: HWH levelers not retracting on: June 11, 2015, 06:50:37 pm
Thanks for passing along that tip!  My levelers also can be glitchy about retracting sometimes, although not as bad as what you described.  I usually just re-extend them and then retract again to get them to behave right the 2nd or 3rd time.  I'll go ahead and WD-40 them, though, as you suggest, and hopefully avoid worse problems.  Thanks!
7  Main Forum / General Discussion / Anybody I know? (Natchez Trace Pkwy) on: June 09, 2015, 05:52:52 pm
Hey there!  Anyone from the forum happen to be in their PC today traveling NE of Jackson MS on the Natchez Trace Pkwy?  I waved belatedly as I passed you heading in the opposite direction!
8  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / TN State Parks on: June 03, 2015, 04:37:16 pm
For anyone interested in a couple more TN State Parks, we stayed at a couple recently.  Both were W/E hookup only, with dump stations on the grounds.  Both were less than 8 miles off of the interstate.

Warriors' Path State Park near Kingsport in NE TN is a few miles north of I-81.  Sites can be on the small side, but were fine for my 25 footer.  The campground sits above a beautiful lake with fishing and boating and walking paths.  Lots of shade.  Bathrooms just OK.  I was in site 1 on top of the hill, so TV antenna and phone/internet reception was good.  Not sure about the sites lower down.  Cost was $21 per night.

Edgar Evins State Park is 60 miles east of Nashville off of I-40 near Silver Point, TN.  Really nifty place.  Also on a big lake with lots of boating and picnicking and walking opportunities.  The campground is on a steep hill next to a lake and the camping sites are wooden (a few cement) platforms built off of the steep slopes.  Many sites are small but, again, most were perfectly fine for my size rig.  Their campground map actually has the measurements of each site listed.  The camp office lady let me scope out the sites before picking one, which I highly recommend, as some could be hard to maneuver into.  TV antenna reception so-so.  Phone/internet connection good.  Cost was $26 per night.  I've posted a picture for ya.
9  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Anyone Here Have The Undocumented Single Bed Option In The B+ Cab-Over Cap? on: June 02, 2015, 09:03:12 pm
 ... my dog would kill herself up there ...
10  Main Forum / Photos / Re: Slightly stretched 2400 on: May 30, 2015, 11:40:13 am
Nice rig!  Looks comfy.  I like the permanent beds and it looks like you have loads of inside storage space.  Is it 25 feet long?  I always enjoy seeing another non-slide floor plan idea.  Good job, and enjoy your maiden voyage!
11  Main Forum / Photos / Re: By passing the New Jersey Turnpike on: May 19, 2015, 07:55:36 pm
Front, center, and proud!
Cool photo, thanks for posting. Smile
12  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Check TV Screws on: May 14, 2015, 09:37:53 am
Thanks, Ann, and yes I got them secured.  Haven't driven again yet, but I expect they will hold.  I agree with Tom and Ron that it looks like they were not screwed in all the way during construction.  Which I find unsettling.  Hopefully there aren't any more undone screws hiding where I can't see them!
13  Main Forum / General Discussion / Check TV Screws on: May 13, 2015, 03:03:49 pm
After bopping around town the other day I looked up to find my TV sagging down on the right side and sticking out from its normal flush position.  I looked in the cabinet on the right side and the three mounting screws were almost all the way out (picture included).  The left side and the screws over there were fine, although now I worry they may have been stressed by holding up the TV all by themselves while I was driving.  I emailed Kermit and asked if vibration could have caused that to happen.  He said he's never heard of it happening and doesn't think vibration did it but also doesn't have any idea what caused it.

Just putting this up on the forum so that people maybe think once in a while to peak into those cabinets and check those screws.  They are far enough into the corner that you have to actually look for them or feel them.  Better safe than sorry... and that could have been a really painful sorry.

14  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Where to hang bathroom towel rack and toilet paper on the 2100? on: May 13, 2015, 02:55:20 pm
Hello, Welcome, and Congratulations, Beth and James.  Smile

I have a 2351 so the bathroom layout is very different.  Not sure if there is any place in yours that this would work, but am posting it in case it does help either you or someone else.

I purchased a swivel towel holder from Ikea and brought it with me when I picked up my unit.  The factory installed it for me (also the TP holder and a towel hook in the kitchen).  This way I didn't have to worry about screwing something into a bad spot.

I've included pictures of the towel holder.  The two longer bars swivel out from the wall which is nice when I want the towel to be spread out to dry some.  Otherwise, I keep the bars with the towels flat against the wall.  In my bathroom, there is enough room for the towel rack to be mounted to the left of the shower door opening with the bars extending out along the toilet wall.  There is a very short knob below the two longer bars that also swivels.  I hang a tote bag on that (used for supplies when I use a campground shower).

Measurements:  From the wall to the end of the long towel bars: 15 1/2 inches
From the top to the bottom of the mount:  8 1/2 inches
Width of mount:  1 inch

I believe Ikea sells this in two sizes and if memory serves, I have the smaller of the two.

Good luck and have fun!

15  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Cleaning Ultraleather on: May 10, 2015, 07:08:22 pm
Great tip, Sue, thanks!
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