Every week we answer your questions on our Q & A Tuesday edition!
Tom submitted his question via our “Leave a Voicemail” message (orange tab on side of your screen)! He was having trouble viewing the “Products We Use” page on our website. This page is a listing of many of the products that we use and you may have seen them on one of our videos. After a bit of sleuthing we found out that he had his ad blocker enabled on this computer. However, if anyone else is having an issue and that does not resolve it, another fix would be to make sure you have the most current version of your web browser enabled.
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KV also submitted two questions via our “Leave a Voicemail”! She asked, How do we clean the passthrough? What is our cash-on-hand policy?
After pulling everything out, we found a quick sweep, a shopvac and then a swiffer pad works wonders at getting all of the sand and dirt out of the area. That being said, after a recent trip where we experienced very dusty roads, we noticed all of the items in the pass-through also needed cleaning. You wouldn’t want to spend all that time cleaning the passthrough So, after a bit of reconfiguring, we also suggest storing things in bins whenever possible as well.
As for our cash on hand policy. We tend to not travel with very much but do think its important to keep enough on hand in the event you need to get gas or food and a location doesn’t take cards (or their reader is down). If you are traveling and pull into a state campground and don’t have a reservation, a lot of them have boxes for you to drop in your fees. So we have found it best to keep cash in $5 increments if possible since those boxes do not provide change.
Marybeth asks: “I have never camped with a trailer that has a bathroom or black/grey tank If you could let me know what septic hoses you use, do they fit in the storage tube or do you put them in a separate container and if you could possibly do a how to..video.
The sewer hoses we use are the Camco RhinoFLEX with the transclucent elbow. It can also be found on our “Products We Use” page. They do NOT fit in the storage tube provided on the Little Guy Max. The hoses would fit, but the couplers on the ends are too wide. We put them in a separate container and our video “how to” will be released tomorrow!
Julie asks: What kind of generator do you have?
We have an Energizer EZV3200P. It’s a great generator and quiet. You can also look at the EZV3200RV. The difference between the two is that the EZV3200RV has a 30amp plug in, whereas the EZV3200P has a standard 3 prong plug – we just use an adapter to plug in our RV cord to the generator.
Kate & KV had a question from our vid https://youtu.be/ClDSFlSmFVA: Do you pay extra for any of the amenities other than laundry or propane? The dog wash for instance?
The coffee bar, the pools (in the casino and the outdoor pool in the RV area), use of the kitchen, fitness facilities, business center AND the dog wash are all included in your rate!
Pete asks a question from our recent boondocking vid: https://youtu.be/NO2iSXhDEEs : Shaving in the boondocks? Why? I noticed you guys appear to be out in the boonies of no man’s land. WHat do you do for gasoline? I found when towing my Max, I only get 8.5 mpg and that turns out to be only about 100-125 miles of travel!
Russ has a simple reply to the first question – Happy Wife = Happy Life!! As for the fuel….we look up locations for gas stations along our routes before we go. There could be other fueling spots along the way, but at least you have the peace of mind before you head out.
Ron & Linda also had a question related to our latest boondocking vid ( https://youtu.be/NO2iSXhDEEs ) Looks like a good place to get abducted by aliens…what are you two thinking??
We love your sense of humor! What is really funny is we had a conversation about ufo’s while we were out there. Kerry stared up that the night sky each evening hoping to see something – to no avail. So no worries, feel free to get out and boondock!
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That’s all for now… Safe Travels!
Russ & Kerry