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Pat & Pete

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    Currently : New Mexico
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  1. Ha . You're asking how to grow a weedless garden . It just ain't gonna happen . A couple of years ago , we spent a year and a half in Arizona and New Mexico . As clean as DW is , I bet I can still find places that have southwest desert dust hiding .
  2. The truck is likely big enough to pull the trailer , even if it had no axles . LOL
  3. Northern mid Michigan : We stayed in one park June through September . The weekends were usually full and dead vacant , but for the seasonals and not even all of them , during the week . That is typical for that park , year to year . So far , we haven't had difficulty during our travels . Came close this weekend as we booked the last site . It happens to be a special weekend as there are boat races scheduled .
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    Water hose help!

    Dang . We must be real lucky as we've used the same cheap hose for ten years . I have a hose I use when an extension is needed that I got for free . Both hoses get bleached right along with the rest of the coach water system about once a year . And , no green stuff inside either . Except for once after we left a well fed park after a couple months stay . Bleach took care of that , quickly .
  5. Ha . I wouldn't think that Willie worries about much of anything .
  6. I don't like pressing my 'good fortune' , so I always attach our Watts at the spigot . I have it adjusted to about 55 pounds . Guess what , we've never had a line blow from too much pressure .
  7. That's about it . We have been at this full time business for 10 years and have learned that a day here and there tells a pretty good story .
  8. Thanks for that^ , Kirk . We're thinking maybe spend a month or so in that general area . That should give us enough time to check things .
  9. We'll be spending a few days close to Poplar Bluff next week . We don't want to get to Texas too soon . We're thinking of checking parts of the valley this winter . Care to post any recommendations ?
  10. A week ago we had 31° two mornings in a row , in upper mid Michigan . Today , we're in Southern Indiana . Rainy and mid 50s . Good day to stay put . And , you can keep that thick water , Vern .
  11. One to consider : Caballo Lake RV Park https://caballolakervpark.net
  12. First I make sure the AC tray drain holes are clear . Then I hit the radiator with a garden hose blast of water , inside and out . I spritz the dust of everything else and clean the inside of the cover .
  13. Here ya go . Right from the horses mouth . https://faq.usps.com/s/article/What-is-General-Delivery What is General Delivery? General Delivery is a mail service for those without a permanent address, often used as a temporary mailing address. Oct 25, 2019•FAQ Article Number 000003412 Customer Information General Delivery is a mail service for those without a permanent address, often used as a temporary mailing address. General Delivery is intended to be used for: Post Office™ locations without city carrier delivery service. Non-city delivery offices for those who prefer not to use Post Office Box service and for whom use of Post Office box, Caller Service, or delivery by letter carrier, would be an unreasonable inconvenience. A participating Post Office to serve transients (people who travel extensively) and those without a permanent address. Anyone who wants Post Office box service when Post Office boxes are unavailable. How do I address a mailpiece sent to General Delivery? NAME GENERAL DELIVERY CITY STATE ZIP What are the restrictions on the use of the General Delivery service? General delivery is normally available at only one facility under the administration of a Post Office with multiple facilities. A postmaster may authorize more than one facility to offer general delivery service in accordance with customer and operational needs. A customer may use only one such location. Postmasters may restrict the use of General Delivery if a customer: Cannot present suitable identification Has mail volume or service level (e.g., mail accumulation) that cannot be reasonably accommodated. If you wish to pick your mail up before regular delivery occurs, we suggest that you purchase a Post Office Box for a nominal fee (so that your mail is available for pickup every morning). Additional information regarding General Delivery: No application is required for General Delivery. Persons interested in General Delivery should speak with the postmaster. Limitations on the amount of time you are able to use General Delivery, if any, are determined by the postmaster. Each piece of General Delivery mail is held for no more than 30 days, unless the sender requests a shorter period. General Delivery mail may be held for longer periods if requested by sender or addressee and approved by postmaster. Mail without a specific address or instructions from the sender is held for: 10 days if for General Delivery at an office with letter-carrier service. 15 days if for General Delivery at an office without letter-carrier service. Please Note: General Delivery mail is not delivered on Sunday or Holidays.
  14. That^ is pretty much our story , too . In 10 years , I think 2 or 3 things were bought through Amazon .
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