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BennieH

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About BennieH

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  1. Do Cats require to be in a pet loop?

    When we camp, never claim the cats. They are strictly indoor only and I don't see the need to since they don'y need the outdoor services.
  2. Pet loops going away at the Fort?

    Other than the Fort, all of the Disney hotels & resorts don't allow any pets. We used to have cat several years ago that needed medication twice a day and had asked about pets at that time. That is when we learned no pets period was the rule in their resorts. However, OKW did allow us to park our smaller motorhome by our room so we could take of her. We did need to do go up to the manager to get the OK. October used to be quieter attendance wise and parking wasn't such a big deal. I'll bet that we would not be able to do it now.
  3. TPMS

    We have the TireTracker TT-500 system. Works good and the sensors have replaceable batteries and the monitor has a rechargeable battery built in. Recharges with a USB cable (included). It came with 10 sensors and locks for the sensors. The monitor has a lifetime warranty. The sensors are not the pass through style. Really didn't matter to me.
  4. Idea for our cats

    For our 2 cats, we were trying to find the "right" spot for the litter box. Pam & I did some looking and measuring. Here is what I built. It will fit in a corner by the dining table or it can be placed next to the recliner and the height works in either location. The litter box goes in the bottom and Pam is making a curtain that will cover the opening. It's currently in the living room so that both of them can get used to it. As you can see in the one photo, Louie is inspecting it. So far it has their approval. We hope put it in the coach this weekend (if they allow us to!). I'll post some photos with it in place later.
  5. On our "C" that we had for 11 years, I ran it once a month under load for 2 hours and if it was going to sit for more than a month, I added Stabil to the gas tank (shared between engine and generator) and filled the tank (we used regular - did not avoid ethanol). I would then run the generator long enough to ensure that the Stabil was in the engine. I would still run it once per month under load. Never had a problem with the generator and it always started just fine.
  6. Disney Meth Lab

    Been following this. Mr Swindler is 100% at fault is my observation. He got what he deserved and now wants a mulligan. As an Asst Fire Chief I do not believe the police & security over reacted. Meth Labs are a huge issue nationwide and they have to check everything out. Just way too much liability. One of our daughters is a former cast member and she has told us that management knows more than they will ever let on to. There are lots of cameras. I also suspect that they were working on getting freebies.
  7. This our Mickey Towel Holder for the motorhome. Making more for Christmas gifts for our kids and their families.
  8. It is a big job! A friend redid his roof several years ago with new membrane. Purchased the membrane, glue and sealant from Dicor if my memory is correct. Did not need to do the interior but he did replace the outer luan. Used 1/4" exterior grade plywood. Took him and his son 2 weekends. They did use a friend of theirs shed for the project.
  9. Gun Enthusists

    We both have our CC permits. Gun safe is beyond full and my latest aquisition is a Henry Golden Boy in 17HMR. Won it in a raffle! We go to the ranges regularly. On the range, my favorite is my Remington 1911R1 and hers is the S&W 44 mag (Dirty Harry). We have an outdoor (150yd) and indoor range (50yrd) within 20 minutes of home that we are members of.
  10. When we in the Fort last month, we went to purchase some more 10 day passes with the no expire option. The No Expire Option is no longer available. That really sucks. We may go to a park 2-3 times during a week long stay, so for us the no expire was a great thing. Now we have to figure out what we want to do and get 2-3 day passes. Well I wrote a complaint to guest relations (also had a lot of issues trying to get a working cable modem) and received a phone call from them yesterday. We had a very pleasant discussion. They claim that they are trying to be able to plan how many people will be in the parks during a particular time so they can staff properly.
  11. Upside Down Mickey Lamp (no post)

    In the 1800 loop with the lamp hung from awning until Friday. Having issues with the photo and resizing it otherwise I would have on for all of you.
  12. I believe that is the house from The Golden Girls TV show.
  13. We have seen so much it's hard to remember what would be the "best". Here is a few: Ft Wilderness in trailer (Before the cabins - who all remembers those??) in the 2500 loop (1990 ish). There was a large, loud party about 5 "cabins" away and it was 3 cabins involved. It got louder after 9pm and with 3 children who needed sleep I & several of the others in loop finally called and complained. 15 minutes tops, it was quiet! Next day learned from a cast member we knew, that it was a group of Disney managers and that they were disciplined. 3 years ago, had to wait to get into our site to set up. Security was watching someone pack up and leave. I am always tolerant of late arrivals. However if it looks like it is going to be a show, you will find me in my camp chair, positioned for the best view of the "show".
  14. Upside Down Mickey Lamp (no post)

    Here it is with a white metal chain, and 3 daylight (5000k) lamps in it. Found candelabra size (25w equivilant) LED's and a 40w LED regular lamp. All the plastic chain I saw had very large links, so metal it is. Now I need to make another for the motorhome. It was decided (my wife loves it!) that it needed to hang in the house and another was to be made.
  15. Does anyone remember...

    Cabin was a prototype. I remember seeing and hearing about it (90's sounds right) form one of the cast members back then. They were looking at alternatives to the trailers that they had (Fleetwoods if my memory is right). The trailers were expensive to maintain and replace. They decided that a true building type cabin would be less expensive in the long run. I can remember loops being closed for refurbishment (trailer replacement) In the October - November time frames.
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