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CapeMayAl

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  1. CapeMayAl

    EMS & Inverter

    Darryl you said immediately before the main panel. My inverter, Go Power IC-2000 with remote monitor/switch and 4 6v batteries were installed about 4 months ago. So, by main panel are you referring to just after the before the inverter or after the inverter and before the panel. There is no sub-panel on the inverter install.
  2. CapeMayAl

    EMS & Inverter

    Thanks for all the info. I've used the plug in units for years, but since putting the inverter & batteries in I thought the EMS would be a good addition. Al
  3. CapeMayAl

    EMS & Inverter

    I recently hada GP-IC2000 PSW inverter installed with 4 batteries. I am considering a hard wired EMS, probably a PI. However, I'm wondering if: Do I need an EMS with the inverter? Could I expect any damage from either the EMS to the inverter, or from the inverter to the ems I also use, when necessary 2 Honda Gens - EU2000i and the companion. I'm under the impression that they produce PSW. Thanks.
  4. CapeMayAl

    11# Propane Tank

    Thanks! I spoke with EZGO and their's will fit the base. Reasonable price too. They're $12.50 on Amazon. Supposed to be Ace Hardware, but they're special order. Al
  5. CapeMayAl

    11# Propane Tank

    I'm looking for a 11# tank foot/stand. The tank's bottom ring is 7-1/4" OD. Any ideas? Thanks, Al
  6. CapeMayAl

    Buying into RV Resorts

    I would keep going up their chain of command. Did you check their website for procedures? It used to be a pretty comprehensive site. I haven't had many problems when I had their membership. The thing I really didn't like was that you could make a reservation, but not for a particular site. You showed up, and searched for a site that would meet your needs. It may or maynot be a good site. Then, they started tacking on resort fees. Why have a membership if you have to still pay more. Some of the campgrounds were so-so, and others really nice.
  7. CapeMayAl

    Buying into RV Resorts

    If it came with the rig, then I would say yes, its worth the effort, otherwise no. My past experiences when I had one was okay. Some of the campgrounds are really nice, others not more than any other campground. There really isn't many of them, especially in the northeast. I would hope that the couple is helping with the transfer. I've never heard of anyone having problems with a transfer.
  8. CapeMayAl

    National Pass

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  9. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    Not completely, but that was a big part of it.
  10. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    Rob, I can see your point. But, there are many, I'm sure, who feel differently, as do I. I just don't think that Escapees should sponsor such a HOP when there's sure to be very many who would be against it. Secondchance, your comment "narrow-minded view of the world " in my way of thinking is way out of line. It sounds as though you are that way since you can't see another's views. Personally, I choose not to visit any Communist country. That's the long and short of it. But, others, like you, would. WWII and Korea was because of Communism. As a former Army officer, perhaps you didn't agree with the policies of the United States at that time, and shouldn't have been in the Army. Just my opinion.. The gist of the thread is not that we don't think anyone should go to these places, but that this club, with its diverse membership, should have somehow taken poll, vote, etc.
  11. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    That's not my intention. If you want to go, so be it. Its your choice and I won't diss you for it. I just don't think Escapees should endorse or sponsor such trips.
  12. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    Who knows if its an opinion by the majority of member? Have you ever been asked about how you feel about club activities. I know I haven't.
  13. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    This is the reply I received from Escapees HOP Director - You be the judge. "Thank you for your email. I understand your choice not to visit Cuba, and I honor your decision. Escapees has offered cruises to 3rd world countries such as Vietnam, Guatemala, Columbia, Mexico, Japan, Russia, Chile, Argentina, since 2007, and an Escapees chapter takes a group of Escapees members in a caravan into Mexico and has been doing so for many years. So, Escapees has a long tradition of being unrestricted and welcoming people who maintain many different beliefs. The nature of this club is to promote travel and cultural exploration. At times, our travels as a club and individuals may take us to areas that some would never go, for a host of strongly held beliefs. Since the U.S. has normalized their relations with Cuba, the HOP department has had several requests from Escapees members to organize a trip to Cuba. Some people are Escapees members from Canada, the U.S., and one lady (an Escapees member) was born in Cuba, but her family migrated to the U.S. when she was a baby. She is a U.S. citizen now, but wants to go back to Cuba with her grown children and show them her ("roots") home country. Rather than mandating where our members should or should not go, we let our members decide where they would like to travel. And, we try to remain responsive to their needs. While some may take issue with our policy of neutrality, it is the only way to welcome people who hold different worldviews. Thank you again for your email. Have a good day. Lisa Lisa Koca HOP Director www.escapees.com/hops www.facebook.com/escapeeshops"
  14. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    Very true.
  15. CapeMayAl

    Cuba??

    I did send an email. The Escapees website is titled Escapees RV Club
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