Mike and Claudia

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    Canyon, Texas
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    Volunteering, History, learning new stuff, RVing

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  1. We have not, but we have found that the COE parks are pretty easy and fun to work at as long as you are careful to establish the expectations of both you and the COE as you start out. It has been our experience that they pretty much leave you to your work, as long as everyone has clear expectations. Have FUN. Wounds like a wonderful area!
  2. HP 564XL Black Ink WM price--$ 25.40 Sale Price $ 12.70 Quantity 1 total $ 12.70 plus shipping IN BOX Epson 200XL Black Ink WM price $ 29.97 Sale Price $ 14.96 IN BOX Epson 200 Black Ink WM price--- $ 12.97 Sale Price $ 6.29 IN BOX Epson 200 Yellow Ink WM Price--- $ 8.97 Sale Price $ 4.46 Sealed in Plastic by Mfg ALL PRICES ARE PLUS SHIPPING Will Get estimate upon Contact by Buyer mikeandclaudia09atgmaildotcom Mike Wilson
  3. HP 564XL Black Ink WM price--$ 25.40 Sale Price $ 12.70 Quantity 1 total $ 12.70 plus shipping IN BOX Epson 200XL Black Ink WM price $ 29.97 Sale Price $ 14.96 IN BOX Epson 200 Black Ink WM price--- $ 12.97 Sale Price $ 6.29 IN BOX Epson 200 Yellow Ink WM Price--- $ 8.97 Sale Price $ 4.46 Sealed in Plastic by Mfg ALL PRICES ARE PLUS SHIPPING Will Get estimate upon Contact by Buyer mikeandclaudia09atgmaildotcom Mike Wilson
  4. HP 564XL Black Ink WM price--$ 25.40 Sale Price $ 12.70 Quantity 1 total $ 12.70 plus shipping IN BOX Epson 200XL Black Ink WM price $ 29.97 Sale Price $ 14.96 IN BOX Epson 200 Black Ink WM price--- $ 12.97 Sale Price $ 6.29 IN BOX Epson 200 Yellow Ink WM Price--- $ 8.97 Sale Price $ 4.46 ALL PRICES ARE PLUS SHIPPING Will Get estimate upon Contact by Buyer mikeandclaudia09atgmaildotcom Mike Wilson
  5. I swear, George, we must follow each other around! We have hosted at Graham Cave, when we were at Goose Island, I asked about you, wanting to meet you, and they said, "Oh! He just left yesterday!" Anyway, I just wanted to say that we have Park Hosted at a dozen or more Missouri Parks and have really enjoyed ALL of them. They have NICE parks, they treat their Host well (Other than working them to death, but HEY. That's what we are there for.} I am really impressed with the parks and the way they are managed. We'll catch up together some day. Keep living the life!
  6. oos!
  7. I had sort of dismissed it (In my OWN mind--a pretty scary place) as a good way (for the seller) to get Medicare to pay a good size tab for for yet another gadget.
  8. And like they say, you can read ANYTHING on the internet, -----------and even some of it is true...... I think I hear an Aunt barking outside now......Now WHERE DID my pet lizard go???
  9. I had a similar situation with my Dutch Star. 2 or 3 times in 14 years my speedometer has gone to zero while driving down the highway. I can pull over, turn off the ignition, count to 15, start it back up, drive on, and it will be fine for many more miles. Once we were driving to the next town to take our driving test and it quit. I went through the routine and it didn't start back up. I told the lady at the DMV that the spedo broke on the way over, and she said, "The law states that you will obey the speed limits. NOT that you will have a speedometer." We each too the test and we each made 100%. PS: That's the ONLY time it has done THAT!
  10. REPAIR OF WOOD SCREW PROBLEM: Take 2-3 toothpicks, break in half, cover in Elmer's glue, cram as much/many toothpick parts in the hole as possible, put screw through the bracket and screw into hole/toothpick mass, if necessary-support side shade until the glue dries. The toothpick is to fill hole, the glue is to form a solid mass with the outside wood, and toothpick to provide more solid hold. Windshield Motor: Sorry. I only do wood. Good Luck!
  11. There is an old saying, "When it looks like Life has given us Lemons, God turns them into Lemon Pie." We just had a lady from church, a friend of mine, this morning that gave her testimony. Five years ago, she had gone to the doctor who told her that she had stage 4 cancer, and that it was his belief that she had about two weeks to live. She has been fighting it and fighting it. Going uphill and downhill, but she said that last week her NEW DOCTOR told her that as far as he could determine, she was, at this point, totally free from cancer! I believe that God is the only one with the scorecard and the playbook, and that it is up to us to keep in touch with HIM to find out what the score is, and to thank him for loving us. Sounds like to me that in YOUR case, he had things worked out pretty well for you! Blessings to you, and keep checking on the score. MW
  12. So---------What we are hearing, is that: You don't HAVE to be a RV Tech to work on HVAC equipment, just like you don't HAVE to be a Freightliner Tech to work on a FL motor home etc. I have a really good, reputable mechanic at home that can work on diesels with the best of them. And charges way less than FL. Thusly, good AC Techs can work on AC problems as good as or BETTER than RV Techs, who tend to replace them, rather than repair unless they have been schooled on ACs.
  13. I believe the problem is that CoachNet used to be absolutely wonderful! The price was good, they provided GREAT service. When you would ask that question "back in the day" when I first started, it was CoachNet, with NO debate. THEN, I believe they were bought out, people started having trouble, and all of a sudden, there wasn't much difference. IMHO this is why its hard to get a straight answer.
  14. Thanks! I appreciate YOUR empathy. I hate to see anyone have hard luck. So far the estimate is $ 9,750.
  15. That is exactly what I did also. Worked like a champ!