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Old 04-25-2012, 07:13 AM   #21
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This forum keeps costing me money. Everyday I read about a new Mod that I "need" to do. At least thats what I tell my wife. They are all needs!!!
I know! My hubster says the same thing!! But hey, he was impressed that I've learned so much about our first TT.

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Old 04-25-2012, 05:32 PM   #22
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We camp at Scusset, it has both electric and water. One of our favorite spots to camp. We will be there twice this summer.

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Old 04-25-2012, 05:51 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by safetylady View Post
We camp at Scusset, it has both electric and water. One of our favorite spots to camp. We will be there twice this summer.
Thank you for the confirmation. You're the 3rd person who's said it a favorite spot so I'm really glad we were able to land the 5 day reservation.
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Old 05-01-2012, 12:56 PM   #24
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One more item to add

I came up with one more thing to add this week. A pole. The handle off of a toilet plunger will do.
We actually plugged our toilet!!
Since it is a straight drop to the tank and this is our first trip, I couldn't believe it.
To make a long story short, I used a broomstick to get things going again and had to go through a long sanitation process. I now have a dedicated pole.

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Old 05-14-2012, 01:11 PM   #25
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I too carry all of the various adapters to support my 30A off-road camper. Strange enough I have used my 30-foot 10Gauge extension cord (10-3) with a RV30A-15A 18-inch long Adapter the most of any of them. With this I can plug my 30A OFF-ROAD POPUP trailer into any 120VAC Receptacle at rest areas, sometime McDonalds, several truck stop area have them scattered around their park lots. One over-night was at a Bass Pro Shop parking lot and the had a large section for over-nighters all seluded from each other using high shurbs and a 120VAC receptacle. This was a better camp site then one we just came from haha...

I am always using the 120VAC Receptacle at the 30A camp sites for doing things on the picnic table or running my oil-filled heater inside the POPUP or my Ham Radio operations. An extra extension cords comes in real handy for doing this and doesnt bother your 30A service at all. Usually all of outstde lightning comes from the unused 20A site receptacle.

I catch heck from the better half keeping all these so-called PLAN B items around but I get to pass on "See I told you it would come in handy" everynow and then...

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