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The 15th day of our trip was a very long day, full of upgrades and repairs...
I ordered a weBoost cell signal booster, which arrived in the mail, as well as the replacement toilet from Dometic. Getting the toilet changed out is a pretty straight forward and simple process, however I ran into a lot of frustration with the weBoost. I worked way past midnight trying to get things resolved, but I came to the realization that Verizon just sucks. :-/
Additionally, I was very upset to discover that there was no power to the CO/propane leak detector -the line had actually been cut, and after repairing it, I realized it was cut because the sensor was defective. Someone thought, in all their wisdom, that cutting a wire was the best thing to do instead of replacing the sensor. This camper just keeps on surprising me and most defiantly not in a good way

Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot

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Ep. #608 Our 12 Week Adventure | Day 15: Part 1 - Replacing the Dometic 300 Toilet

On the 30th day of our adventure, we visit the renowned Space Needle in Seattle, Washington. Before our scheduled tour of the Space Needle, we check out the Alweg Monorail and explore downtown Seattle. We discover plenty of interesting finds along the way. The Space Needle was a little anxiety provoking for me, but otherwise it was a spectacular experience. :-) Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a
Well it's official: Rockwood engineers are a bunch of idiots. Why would they put something with a breaker behind a panel that is not really meant to be accessible? I'm so done with this camper. But unfortunately, I'm stuck with it. I can only begin to imagine what other feats of marvelous engineering on this camper will bite me in the butt down the road. This is how I spend day 29 of our enjoyable
On our 28th day of being on the road, we just pass through Idaho due to weather. We need to get to Seattle sooner rather than later. Unfortunately, I discover that the camper steps have started to pull up from the wafer board floor, so we have to stop and fix that. And as a note: there really is no usable warranty on these campers unless you take it back to the dealer you bought it from. I express
For the second part of our 27th day, - our last day at Antelope Island, - we explore the fascinating Fielding Garr Ranch. Afterwards we get on the road, and drive 6 hours to Boise, Idaho. We ended up going a little further pass Boise to stay at a Walmart. I tried a couple truck stops in Boise, but they were jam packed with semis, and somehow it did not feel like the right place for a travel
Our 27th day of the trip is our departure from Antelope Island. I also come to realize that without a generator for our camper, the solar would be kind of worthless - so I talk about the difference between PWM and MPPT charge controllers, and why I think I will be upgrading mine. And guess what, the day wouldn't have been complete if something else was not malfunctioning on the Geo Pro, so we got
The 26th day of our adventure, we took a drive around the beautiful Antelope Island. Lots of buffalo, lots of bugs. I captured some really gorgeous footage. On another good note: the internet is working, the generator is working, RotopaX tank is working. Nothing more has broke. :-) Later that evening for dinner we go into the city and eat at Crown Burgers. I enjoyed it, but Robin was on the
To start our 25th day, after spending the night in a Cracker Barrel parking lot, we eat lunch at the Cajun seafood restaurant and bar, Hook & Reel. It was good food, but it *really* only had seafood. And it wasn't Robin's cup of tea, so she ate at her favorite El Pollo Loco, of course. :-) Then we made it to the beautiful Antelope Island State Park. We got to enjoy a gorgeous sunset hike across
Very early morning of day 24, we arrive in Salt Lake City. For our first stay at a flying J Truck Stop. I had a chance to test the WiFi Ranger off the Flying J wifi - only 50 ft away - once again, an epic fail. However, I found Verizon LTE seems to work very well in Salt Lake City, so at least there was that. We of course visit Robin's beloved fast food chain El Pollo Loco. Afterwards, we go
On the 23rd day of our trip, it's finally time to say goodbye to my family. With all the repairs finished, and now almost a week longer then expected in Delta because of it, we have to skip going north toward Yellowstone, as very bad weather had already set in there. We start the day with our traditional goodbye breakfast at Starvin Arvin's, and then before heading out we go back to my parent's
We used our 22nd day to take our typical drive up the beautiful Grand Mesa. Many fond memories I have of riding my bike to the very top of the Mesa from Delta, CO. I always enjoy visiting it every time we're in Western Colorado. And it was absolutely breathtaking this year, being there during fall, when all the colors are changing. Afterwards, we play Uno with GIANT cards (so that Robin can see
Since Robin has never been, we decided to spend our 21st day at the Colorado National Monument with my parents. It's an absolutely gorgeous area near Grand Junction, CO. And it's always a sight to behold. After spending the day there, we ate at Texas Roadhouse, and then headed back to Delta. I also discuss some of the organizing we've done, as well as some little upgrades/repairs we've completed
On the 20th day of our trip, I'm finally getting my propane tanks filled for the very first time, and I explain why I'm sticking with the 20 lbs tanks and not getting bigger ones. I also talk about why I regret getting a single axle camper. More goodies came in the mail today including an Insignia Ice maker, which we absolutely love. And I walk through all the other small things we've done to
Nothing but an upgrade to the trailer on day 19 - no repairs. YEAH! I worked on getting the water tank heater pads installed. I also discovered why my air conditioner was freezing up even when it's been really hot outside: dirty filters. So, if you're having this problem, the solution is simple: clean the filters. We then finish the day by teaching my mom how to play Hearts, and talk about Robin's
Finally, the 18th day of our trip doesn't involve working on the camper. I talk about a few of the local businesses that I appreciate in Delta, Colorado, like Clubb's and Ace Hardware. We also enjoy another Home Chef meal - Nashville hot chicken tacos - with my family. Towing a Rockwood Geo Pro with a Honda Pilot ***Click here to get $30 off of your first order of Home Chef http://... ***
The best part of the 17th day was getting some great pizza for dinner, from my favorite pizza place in Delta, Daveto's. :-) But for the not so fun stuff of the day, I finished putting the final touches on the weBoost install. I also made a modification to the access panel that is below the bed. I then discover the core issue with Rockwood's camper, is that they don't know how to use power tools.
On the 16th day, I finally start seeing results from the weBoost in the very early morning. I've come to the conclusion that Verizon has bandwidth issues in Delta, CO, that no amount of signal strength will resolve. But I have verified enough at this point that the weBoost does actually help, I just will still need to continue working out a final solution. I go ahead and start the mounting