Tag Archives: Escapees

Mark My Words – Tires, Antifreeze and Spark Plugs

Hi Folks! Some great questions this month: Tires, antifreeze, spark plugs, and a possible solution to last month’s question about an inside actuator for that pesky range hood vent! Enjoy the read, and send your RVing questions to mmw@escapees.com. ———————————————————- Mark, I just read that in tires there is 21% oxygen and 78% nitrogen, the
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Mark My Words-Tire Pressure, Exhaust Vents and Driving with Your Propane On!

Hi, All. This month I’ll open the proverbial bag-o-worms by discussing driving with your propane on. Also, we’ll cover some tire issues and misc. I hope you enjoy reading along, and remember to submit your RV question to mmw@escapees.com.  Happy trails! ——————————————————————————–   Mark: How do you determine if you have the correct tire pressure
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End of the Road: Assisted-living RV Park

Pearl and Bud Crispell hit the road in their recreational vehicle the day after they retired in 1976. And for decades they traveled the country at will living in their 40-foot motorhome. But, as is the eventual story of all road warriors, the day came when they hit the proverbial ‘end of the road’. Unable
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Finding support on the road

It’s great to hear from so many of you! I’m looking forward to exploring many topics. You can send me an email at calamityjaimie @ gmail.com (remove spaces) or suggest it in the comments. I read every one. I do want to clear one thing up. I traveled by myself after my late husband, Bill,
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