Added by carey masci on May 29, 2014 at 2:23pm — No Comments
I ran across this beautiful old truck camper picture on another site where I hang out and thought yall mignt enjoy it. Hope I didn't see this already on this site and forgot ??
Added by John "T" Nordhoff on May 29, 2014 at 12:46pm — No Comments
I've been living in my old Winnebago for almost a year now and it's been a really---umm---interesting to say the least. First of all, my income isn't large enough to afford a lot extra besides the necessities and I've spent most of the last year without internet. Of course, no TV either, but I"ve done a lot of reading and a lot of writing. Thank goodness I did have books and my laptop.
I'm now able to have a cell phone hotspot through Cricket so I can get on the internet. I…Continue
Added by Ellen Easton on May 24, 2014 at 4:13am — No Comments
I recently wrote about Habitat for Humanities RV Care-A-Vanners and what you can do with an RV. Well to go one step further, if you have access to a motor coach, you can signup with Angel Bus as a driver.
Angel Bus® is a…Continue
Added by Leonard on May 22, 2014 at 4:18am — No Comments
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Does anyone happen to know of anywhere around north Misouri where i might find used a Black/gray water holding tank for this 87 Honey i have. I need a small tank. The one that was on it was too deep and it was torn up when I caught it on some high ground. This one was 12inches deep. I need one no more then 6 or 8 inches deep . around 20in x 30in. for gray water.
What do you get when you add RVs and Habitat for Humanity? Why, you get RV Care-A-Vanners! I recently spent about two weeks in Springfield, MO with the Habitat for Humanity RV Care-A-Vanners 25th anniversary build and celebration rally April 21-May 4, 2014. HFH has been using RVers to help build affordable housing for 25 years. Building skills - not necessary. You only need an RV and a…Continue
Added by Leonard on May 16, 2014 at 7:20pm — No Comments
hello ever one from doug in sc... I'm getting ready to put down new plywood on the back end of my Winnebago elandan due to a sag where the air condition sits.. It has about a 1 1/2 drop to water damage... I was wondering if anyone has done this before.. all advice would be greatly appreciated....
Added by doug powell on May 15, 2014 at 9:43pm — No Comments
well,talk about the cart before the horse....my friend who wanted to help make my tiny house mo betta painted the interior. Absolutely made it mo betta! However, the roof leaks and I need to repair it so that I don't have to tarp it all of the time in order to avoid the leak. So...I have been up there a couple of times and here's what I know:
The PO put some sort of House wrap…Continue
Have minimal water damage to paneling on walls but what I do have has made the paneling paper thin and brittle. We plan on painting the interior paneling but even paint won't cover the damage. Does anyone have any suggestions that may not involve alot of work or money? Thnx! Mark
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Well we managed the winter with electric heaters. Now it is summer. Highs have been in the 90's. Now the AC systems do not work. I do have to order new motors for the systems. Today the septic line broke. Had to replace the entire system. However, I know not to ask what is next.
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Your lucky day.... since I forgot to post this as it happened I am now getting you caught up with 5 links at once. Happy reading.Continue
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