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Tuesday, March 25, 2014


All's well that ends well :-). When your wife hears the scary music it's best NOT to go down the basement stairs.....says every person who ever watched a horror movie :-))))!


What about your propane heater installed as part of your 5th wheel? Did you run out of propane in the big bottle under the front or am I missing something here?

One of the things I always try to do is to make allowances for things like this. We have a generator, propane (and natural gas at home) for heating and cooking as well as electricity. I thought that with all of those things too you would be covered. That way if one doesn't work, the others will!

Again, I must be missing something. Perhaps you decided to save a few bucks on propane by using electricity at campsites?

Anyways, it is a good idea to keep running your genny as it can have problems with fuel gelling if you don't use it often enough. Even though I don't drive the MH much these days, I drive it once a month for an hour to run the genny at 50% of it's load and exercise everthing else that needs lubed (air conditioner, slides, etc...)Not much fun, but at least I know what is working and what is not working.

Anyways, I know those feelings Linda gets. Kind of spooky, but you want to trust those feelings and get the hell out of there fast!

Take care,


Whoops! Just re-read your post after my first cup of coffee and you mentioned that your furnace is out of order! Sorry for the mistake!

What a bummer....hope you get it fixed soon as these things tend to happen in tandem.

I also have had uneasiness in some camp sites, so Linda is not alone. Especially if out in the middle of nowhere. I guess being a woman its just a woman's thing. However, I know find traveling with 4 dogs 3 small and one large nothing gets past them.

There's nothing better then a woman's intuition. It's a good thing to be aware when Linda gets those feelings, it usually means something isn't quite right, kinda like a warning that somethings up. I get them too.

I have been touring GA state parks for about the last 10 days with my free nights I received for volunteering. For the most part, their parks are awesome. I really liked George P Smith for the cypress tree kayaking right from my site. I was at Mistletoe last Saturday night. I hit most of them along the SC border up through the lake region with waterfront sites every nite. I went up to Talluhah Gorge which their campground is run by the GA Power Authority but only $20. Last nite I was at Tugaloo and have now gotten up to Bristol, VA on my way north. Sorry I missed you.

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