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  1. Hi Everyone, I have a few questions about the Webasto cab heater. I found a video on line from Webasto showing how to use the heater. Here is my questions. How many people use their cab heater ? Do you start your cab heater once a month like Webasto suggest ? Does anyone know what the part number is for the fuel filter ? How often do you chance your fuel filter for your Webasto heater ? Thank you for any input, Al Thank you for any input, Al
  2. Hello, I'm really glad to have found this forum. While I am not on the road yet, I plan to be within the next 1-1.5 years. I have some questions I hope you guys can help with! I am currently a senior in high school, and my family gave me the opportunity to join them in traveling. I've been considering my choices and decided that if I go, I will attend online schooling to get my BA in HIM. My biggest concerns are wifi-access and time. As I understand, classes will probably take 30-45 hours per week. Will it be possible to have enough internet access for this? Also, are there options to download some course materials? My last big focus is time. Between part-time working, drive time, and family, hiking, etc. should there be enough for classes? I understand that it relies on how much time you put aside, but I am curious to hear a general thought. Is this a common thing, attending school while traveling? I'd love to hear some stories of how you guys managed it, if that's the case. Thank you!
  3. Dreamt last night of living in a TT somewhere out in the American Southwest. Sitting in a camp chair admiring the scenery while some shirts danced on a clothesline in the afternoon breeze..... Okay, so how do full-timers do laundry when they're boondocking?? After about six months of researching the lifestyle, I have eliminated truck campers from my list of "desired retirement home', leaving Class As, Class B+/C-s, and TTs, with TTs currently in the lead. None of the ones I'm looking at come with a washer/dryer (and I'm about certain I wouldn't want one anyway). So how do you guys wash your unmentionables? I recall seeing some foot-powered thing about the size of a kitchen garbage can, but I can't find it now. Washtub? Coin laundromat? Inquiring minds want to know. Also, let's say you break camp one brisk morning (or sweltering, doesn't matter) and drive a few hundred miles to your new spot for the next month. In a TT, do you keep the a/c running so when you get there you don't have to wait for the "house" to cool down/warm up? I suspect I will find more weird questions, thanks for your patience.
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