Internet Access on the Road

WiFi, Satellite, Cell Phone and other ways to get connected.

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    • Good shot of my nephew in the first picture and I saw my niece on the couch too   Oh, and the floor looks kinda nice too. 
    • Not yet, hoping for the best
    • Keep us posted as you move ahead with your plans! If there was one perfect answer to everything, there wouldn't be much purpose to forums like this one. 
    • I have a 2001 Holiday Rambler Endevaor 36' gasser, Headlights really yellow,Was looking to replace them,So wrote down the numbers on the lens and went to CARiD.com and found out they are same as 97 Ford Explorer. Ordered both headlights and both parking lights for a little over $100.00. Vets also get 10% discount.
    • Boy this thread has suddenly gotten more life nearly two months after I first posted! So just to follow up for anyone who may care, after looking hard at several services and talking to RVers, I decided to go with TravelingMailbox.com. For me, it boiled down to what I wanted from a mail service. Escapees is a STELLAR service if you want very strong mail forwarding with the ability to get some add-ons that may benefit you. In my case, I wanted a service that would automatically scan all my letter covers without charging me extra, securely shred what I don't want on cue from a browser window, scan in what I do want to a PDF in Evernote, deposit checks, allow me to tie in a business mailbox at no charge, and occasionally forward a piece of mail. To me, this is more like a personal assistant. As far as sensitive information goes, this isn't a paramount concern to me as all my mail that's confidential is electronic anymore (such as Barbaraok said, my 403b paperwork is all online). And the few pieces that aren't electronic, I can just have them forward without opening. But that said, I also chose to go with a well known service with positive reviews in the industry. There are too many small/new outfits that could be untrustworthy/still need to prove themselves. Much thanks for everyone's input. Great discussion and help all over this forum!