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rynosback

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    Traveling America and seeing new places, people and things.

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  1. Very cool! I just installed it on my Firestick. Thanks Dutch
  2. I would not. Mainly because of the salty air. It can wreak havoc on any RV. Salt air is very hard on any metal.
  3. But if people just want to use the mailing service, I would think that they are keeping there state issued drivers license. There was a form that I had to fill out stating that my intent was to come back when applying for a SD drivers license.
  4. I would think that you have to look at the disclosers at each park. As you know with PPA they all very from the amount of days and times of year. If you make reservations, why not ask the CG?
  5. All of our financial companies took the Rainbow Drive address. How did you mark you box number? As just the number, apt#, unit#, PMD or just the number? But if you have a real address, stick and bricks. I see no problem with using that. Are you signed up for all electronic communications? Hope this helps
  6. I should send that into Confucius to be made into a fortune cookie.
  7. I guess I would be considered one of the newer 11000 members, as I joined when I was 49. But not anymore....
  8. When Teri Lund shut her doors, they were all be referred to one of the other mailing services, and it was not Escapees. As far as the Sensis, I believed we are qualified as Simi Affluent Street People, as we do not own or rent a home. I even named my WiFi networks SASP for that very reason.
  9. I would think the question about being trained and rules might be best coming from the home Escapees office, as they would know best. I have stayed in 3 parks so far. Everyone has been very friendly, no dogs running around or tied up. It honestly felt more like a community then a regular RV park.
  10. I would not do it as the older equipment might not fly. From Verizons website, Note: After March 1, 2014, all consumer boosters sold in the United States will be required to meet new network protection standards intended to reduce the likelihood that consumer boosters will interfere with wireless networks and devices.
  11. I do not blame people for not wanting to rent there rig to complete strangers. I posted this because I did not even know that this even existed. And it kinda shocked me as you can rent RV’s through Cruise America or El Monte. But there are thousands of hotels and true bed and breakfasts out there yet air B&B is growing and making cash.
  12. And the other option or options would be? If you have a booster you either have or have not registered it.
  13. It all depends on where and when. I make them to insure that I have a place to park. There are some places that you need to book a year in advance. Again it goes back to where and when.
  14. For the people that have them. Have you registered your booster? Have you ever been notified to turn it off? How would they know that you booster is on? The vote can be seen by the public, but does not say who voted.
  15. No, the Auto former will not reduce voltage. When plugged in it boost 2% all the time. When the voltage drops to lower levels the Auto former can boot up to 10%. Yae I have and are using both at the same time now. I have not had any issues using both at the same time so far. I really started using it more as when in the 80-100 degree weather, I would think would be the times it would happen much.
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