Are we there yet? Haven’t you heard these moans from the back seat over the years? If waiting to arrive tests the patience and boredom threshold of your troglodytes, imagine the ramp up to travel. So you understand the need for some, ahhhhhhh anticipatory gifts to ease their boredom, reduce the whines and give a hint of peace to Mom and Dad. I am sooooo glad to have come across your site. We bought an 1989 Southwind motor home. Motor runs well and has brand new tires. The insides look pretty good needing some walls replaced and some ceiling areas. I am a fairly handy type of person and can build simple projects…my dilemma is with the exterior… there are some breaks, cracks and uneven areas. It is some sort of smooth type of fiber material. I would like to replace this as it is really faded. The manufacturer is in North East Indiana and I have thought of making a trip to do a factory tour. Can you give me any advise about the exterior can it be replaced with different types of siding or repaired. I am a clueless old fart. Thank you for taking time to keep this site up and going.
Travel size foot care products. Travelling is hard on your feet. Whether its foot cramps from sitting on a plane to blisters from a long hike, travellers’ feet often take a beating on long trips and soujourns, You could give someone who loves to travel a miniature foot care kit with lotions, spa tools, and cozy socks.
This has long been on my ultimate hotel wishlist – sometimes I look at the pictures, just to get a little misty-eyed with longing. From the outside, it looks like it’s just a gorgeous country home, but the real wonder comes when you meet the locals – a group of Rothschild giraffes who roam the grounds. In the morning, they’ll poke their heads through the window to say hello, or to try and nab a bite of your breakfast. Giraffe Manor is part of The Safari Collection, who has 4 beautiful lodges all around Kenya. A visit to the Giraffe Centre next door is a must – hand in hand, both locations have brought this beautiful animal back from the brink of extinction.
Use miles or points when possible. Apply for airline/ hotel/ car rental, etc. frequent traveler programs. They are FREE, and you can get lots of benefits. For example, I cannot remember the last time I paid for a hotel room when Hilton Hotel is in my destination. Check out Hilton Honors website here Go to the airline, car rental, or hotel websites and sign up. The only disadvantage of using miles and points is that you need to book your travel early as there is limited number of seats for miles or points on the plane and they go fast.
The conversion however throws in a real wrench. There’s a big Coachman sticker on the back which I thought would solve the problem. Not really. Coachman no longer does van conversions opting instead to focus on the larger end of the Class B range. They offer some old manuals on their site but nothing for the Econoline. So how to find parts for the conversion upfit elements (and which parts exactly are part of the conversion)? From my initial searches it appears that seats, door panels, carpeting, dashboard consoles, lighting and part of the upfit and therefore very hard to source. One site I found mentioned that many of the conversion companies were in Elkhart, Indiana, camper capital… As I find more leads I’ll add them below.
What makes Komossa’s Object interesting? It is a galaxy that is ejecting its supermassive black hole. Any galaxy that can pull off that trick is worth a look. Whether by natural forces of astrophysics or by some extraterrestrial alien technology, the idea of kicking one of these unhealthy neighbors out is cool. No one wants to be sucked into a black hole – let alone a supermassive black hole. (and ultramassive ones exist in the universe also).