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Old 05-01-2008, 02:02 PM   #29
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So airstreamers are a suspicious lot, eh?

I saw some new airstreams today. I liked the 23' international SS with corner bed (among others).

P.S. That other DeLand'er is not me. Please do not report me to the Dept Homeland Security.
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Old 05-01-2008, 02:16 PM   #30
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So airstreamers are a suspicious lot, eh?
This wasn't a big personal concern. Thanks for the good humor -- karma your way! I'm sure Bill will pass some along too.
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that 23 footer will put you as close to the john as possible, it's like having a bedpan at your side...

and now for totally tasteless humor....

Q---what room in the house is like a sovereign state?

A---the bathroom room where.... urination.

Q---Why do people feel so sophisticated in the lavatory?

A---it's reserved for the european.





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Old 05-01-2008, 02:33 PM   #32
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This wasn't a big personal concern. Thanks for the good humor -- karma your way! I'm sure Bill will pass some along too.
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Boys, boys, boys... On topic please.

Goldi, glad to hear you are pursuing this. I really don't think black tank capacity is much of an issue. You still wait for the tank to get near full even if staying longterm at a private campground with sewer hookups. It needs the full flushing effect to remove solids. Solids may get left behind if you don't do a bit of driving with fluids in there anyway. Another trick is on occasion to put 20# of ice cubes down the toilet into an emptied tank just when you leave for a new location -- they slide around knocking stuff loose and then melt.
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Old 05-01-2008, 05:22 PM   #34
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Can't resist:

Q - Which part of a yard is like a brothel?

A - The Garden, because of all the hoeing.



I'm really getting off to a bad start here, aren't I.

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that 23 footer will put you as close to the john as possible, it's like having a bedpan at your side...

and now for totally tasteless humor....

Q---what room in the house is like a sovereign state?

A---the bathroom room where.... urination.

Q---Why do people feel so sophisticated in the lavatory?

A---it's reserved for the european.





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Old 05-01-2008, 06:03 PM   #35
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Hummm, first of, Michael, this is the most I think I've seen you post in a single thread in quite awhile... sumthin about this thread...

2air, now THAT's a catch with 'ol Steve in Florida! Gee, Steve, here're the keys... take a test drive...

Goldilocks... you drink Folgers coffee? From the can?

CanoeStream, good advice.
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[quote=Goldilocks]well,it is nice to hear a question that has a little color. yellow i hope. camping on the blue ridge parkway is the RELIEF to both your problems.campground restrooms and $ 15 camping fee last time i checked.
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Old 05-01-2008, 06:36 PM   #37
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Ok, this just gets confusing...
We have a toilet with a holding tank. I only 'assume' there is a tank; I have never seen it, but, nothing is on the ground with I flush, and something flows down the pipe when I dump the black water, so...what was the question again?
Oohh, and something about a pee bottle. But, I have a toilet? Why use a pee bottle?
And then there is a tree? But, I live in the desert, and the 'trees' have very large prickley things....don't go shaking there....
Then something about porridge. What was the question again?
And then I am supposed to 'pulverize' the stuff in the black tank?? YIKES!

Do any other RV'rs have this much fun/mass confusion?

Michael, we also use Passport America, and it has been money well spent...every year!

Have a great day everyone, and wink at yer AS as you go by.
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...and now for totally tasteless humor....

Q---what room in the house is like a sovereign state?

A---the bathroom room where.... urination.

Q---Why do people feel so sophisticated in the lavatory?

A---it's reserved for the european.
Sorry, but I found that post funny.

2air thinks outside of the box I focus in. Kudos, Joe.

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They do have more fun, get more respect, and PEE more at night
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Goldilocks - I have camped as a single gal at many campgrounds in central & south florida. I've never had any problems (tent camping & with my AS). Maybe I've just been lucky - or maybe it's because I usually have my two dogs with me. The greyhound can be somewhat intimidating....

I was really intimidated about going through the dump station. I was amazed at how easy it was. Silly for me to have refrained from using my pottie for the first couple of trips!

I haven't paid more then $25 for a site yet. Even a few with power/water and waterfront! I'm sure that will change now that I'm venturing out a bit further (with my AS) and no longer paying for a tent site.

Wish you luck === I am loving my trailer and wish I had bought one earlier.
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"I didn't know Airstreamers like porridge. LOL"

I'm a hot cereal man from way back. Oatmeal, Cream of Wheat, Red River cereal, grits, cornmeal mush, it's all to the good.

There is nothing like hot cereal to fill you up on a freezing cold day and make you feel righteous.

Hot oatmeal with cream and brown sugar, whole wheat toast with butter and marmalade, some eggs and lots of hot coffee or tea.

Oatmeal is healthy and hearty and makes you feel good too. And it's so versatile. Add raisins, or flax seed, or top with some crunchy bran cereal.
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I'm glad to know it's not only old guys who pee at night a lot. But, at least there's medication for us and it's not porridge.

Back when I used to drink lots and lots of beer, I can imagine filling up the black tank really fast, so we need to know Goldilocks drinking habits to give a conclusive answer about tank size.

Anyway, the question was asked last April and what did Goldilocks do about an Airstream?

Where are you Goldilocks?

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