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CC you nailed it.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gnawbone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Dec 2012 at 9:36am
I'm a newbie and lurk on both. We get our new 177 next week (Dec 12) and at age 71 I finally have something to get excited about. BUT this forum has CC. Very talented folks willing to share their mods in first class fashion: pics and even dimensions. I wish they lived down the road from us.
I enjoy posts on both R-Pod forums as well as other rv forums that I have come across.
Please keep up the good friendships.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote CC Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Dec 2012 at 12:03pm
Thanks gnawbone, I'm glad you found it helpful. I've posted again on my mod thread to link to another discussion of what the walls are made of and how thick the materials are. Anyone looking to screw/nail into the walls should find that info. helpful. If you lived down the road from us, we'd surely love to visit with you! Glad you have found renewed enthusiasm with your rPod. Smile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote IPodAlong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Dec 2012 at 8:13pm
I only knew about this forum but the other one was referenced in a post so I did check it out a couple of times.  I tend just to read new posts in this forum and rarely go to the other one.
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It is my opinion that both message boards have become rather dry lately. They are still the best places to get how-to information. And the good thing about the message boards is that the information stays there forever. You can always search for a specific problem and solution.
 
But the real fun these days is on the Facebook group.
 
Right now people are posting pictures of their pods all lit up for Christmas and talking about a ceramic pod like trailer being sold at Lowes. Same people but a much lighter mood prevails over there.
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Going to Lowes today, you betcha!
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FORGOT TO MENTION: the PoddleJumper coming soon to a driveway near us!! Wednesday & hoping for good weather going & coming from Hamilton, Ohio.
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Originally posted by gnawbone gnawbone wrote:

FORGOT TO MENTION: the PoddleJumper coming soon to a driveway near us!! Wednesday & hoping for good weather going & coming from Hamilton, Ohio.
 
May the skies be clear and the wind be at your back.
 
I am so excited for you!
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Peegy L...

'tis normal for the camping community forums to slow down "out of season".. I am also on a very active wood stove forum, same thing happens in the summer there. So I switch back and forth with the seasons..lol


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Originally posted by furpod furpod wrote:

Peegy L...

'tis normal for the camping community forums to slow down "out of season".. I am also on a very active wood stove forum, same thing happens in the summer there. So I switch back and forth with the seasons..lol
 
I didn't mean "dry" as in inactive. I meant "dry" as in reading a textbook rather than a racy novel. All the posts seem to be about things like winterizing, tire pressure and brake controllers.
 
Hey! I'm a girl. I want to see pictures of curtains people put up and talk about trips that were taken and planned. I like the stuff that's going on in the Facebook group right now. Lots of banter.
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