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Browzin
post Apr 19 2006, 08:30 PM
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Why don't you post a picture of the "STOVE" that you love so much...
Sorry (Butch) made me do it with his last post. LOL
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post Apr 20 2006, 11:07 AM
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QUOTE(Butch @ Apr 19 2006, 04:10 AM)
O'boy---good grief !

Cheryl,

they are not going to let your stove remark die. But it is funny.
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Cheryl,

As funny as the remark was, I was just joking around with my remark, No offense was intended, I hope you did not take it as such.

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post Apr 20 2006, 04:16 PM
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The other Cheryl is away on vacation and has limited access to the internet. But, she has a great sense of humor. I'm pretty sure when she gets back, she will see your remark the way you intended it - as good natured teasing.
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post Apr 22 2006, 07:56 AM
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Look into Passport America (50%) discount at participating campgrounds and Escapees. Both good organizations.

My Passport America paid for itself in 4 nights.

Also, if a senior citizen, buy a Golden Age Pass. $10.00 at any USNP, USFS type office. Good for life and 50% off or free entry.

If you're military, reserve, retired military or DOD, almost all military bases have campgrounds that are secure, inexpensive and generally pretty nice.

The Trailer Life campground book is the most thorough, but a good atlas is also a must.


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post Apr 27 2006, 06:29 PM
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I have been with Good Sam's about 9 years and it is great. Also have the road service, but have never needed it. We went to Alaska last year and one nice book we used was THE NEXT EXIT. It list all exits along interstates and what business, gas, diesel, food, walmart, ect are at each exit. Came in really handy. Trailer Life directory is also nice rolleyes.gif
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post May 4 2006, 05:38 PM
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QUOTE(FirstFrontier @ Feb 12 2006, 10:01 AM)
Just wondering as a Newbie, first trip wil be in March in our new Jaco Jay Flight 20BH is the Good Sam Club worth joining?  Also see that many Travel Books are in the market place.  What is a good one, with Atlas, RV Camp sites for the US etc.

Thanks for your help, see you on the road.

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Mike, I am a GOOD SAM member since 6 years with respect to Emergency Road Service and I can guarantee you that I would not stay without it; thanks God I only had two occasions to call them and the service was supreme (honestly, I am not one of them).
With respect to other features they are offering, well I don't care for those facilities, when I travel and if I am planning to spend more than a week in one spot, I will contact the resourt in advance and discuss the cost and space.
Good luck for your coming into the RVers family
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post May 4 2006, 05:55 PM
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As the other Cheryl said, I was away on vacation and missed all those "stove" remarks. In fact, I just now saw them and yes, I did take them all as good-natured teasing. Life is too short to not try and see the humor in most situations!!! You guys are nuts!!!


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post May 4 2006, 06:01 PM
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QUOTE(Browzin @ Apr 19 2006, 07:30 PM)
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Why don't you post a picture of the "STOVE"  that you love so much...
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Hey Browzin, this one is for you...


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post May 5 2006, 09:10 PM
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I'm glad that you took all of our comments about your stove with the humor that everyone intended.
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post May 12 2006, 03:27 PM
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We actually use our convection oven/microwave. I knew I'd use the microwave, but am surprised how much I like the convection oven. I particularly like it for heating a loaf of french bread.
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post May 13 2006, 10:31 AM
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QUOTE(Janjanjan68 @ May 12 2006, 02:27 PM) *
We actually use our convection oven/microwave. I knew I'd use the microwave, but am surprised how much I like the convection oven. I particularly like it for heating a loaf of french bread.




I have never used a convection oven but we are thinking about getting a new motorhome (upgrading to diesel and 4 slides) and all of them that we have looked at have those instead of a regular oven. I was actually thinking that it would not be as good as the type I am used to. Does it seem to bake things evenly? Do you think it does as good a job as a traditional oven?


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post May 13 2006, 02:26 PM
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Cheryl: We have a convection oven on our motorhome and it does about everything a regular over will do, only faster and better. You will like it.
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post May 13 2006, 05:32 PM
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Beastdriver - thanks. That really is one of the things that has been holding me back - I was afraid that they would not brown and bake and everything else as well as a regular oven. I am not very "technical" so cannot understand how it can be both a microwave and also an oven. I guess in the same way that a washer and dryer can be the same unit in a motorhome!!! Ain't modern technology wonderful???


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post May 13 2006, 06:51 PM
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Beastdriver - thanks. That really is one of the things that has been holding me back - I was afraid that they would not brown and bake and everything else as well as a regular oven. I am not very "technical" so cannot understand how it can be both a microwave and also an oven. I guess in the same way that a washer and dryer can be the same unit in a motorhome!!! Ain't modern technology wonderful???
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post May 13 2006, 06:55 PM
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Cheryl:

It's only a convection oven and a microwave oven as long as you remember to remove the metal racks before you use it as a microwave. If not, it can do some strange things--like this site as is witnessed by the previous quote from you cited by me but with no message!
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