Forum Replies Created
Highly recommend this handbook
The Mobile Internet Handbook – US RVer Edition
They go right through all the options to stay connected on the road.
I think satellite works most places but is slower and more expensive, also has high latency which can be a problem for teleconferencing type stuff.
We use a MiFi hotspot from Verizon and out west there are very few places it doesn’t connect . Mostly National Parks.
Wow , looks awesome. That cruise ship is huge, amazing when they are that close to shore. I remember when we stayed on Jekyll Island in Georgia and the huge car carrier freighters would pass by, had the same look.
Really cool part of the Oregon Coast we explored in the spring.
I like your toads rock guard, thats pretty cool. 🙂
Sounds good, have a great time. Let us know how the trip goes, maybe some photos. 🙂
He has a great face, full of personality.
PS. i deleted the extra duplicate photos for you
Hi Randy, Kristi and Jeff, thanks for joining, it’s great to meet and get to know other RVers.
Oh wow, that’s a beauty Dan
Oh really, you mean the actual website doesn’t work? I can surf it fine here in Canada, maybe it’s blocked for America
Yes you always need to put some text, I see a thumbs up pix
Cool shot, love the clouds. We spent a little time in the Yooper couple years ago visited Munising and took a boat tour along the Picture Rocks, pretty country.
Welcome Brandon, thanks for joining up!
Welcome Jim, thanks for joining us. 🙂
Hey Jon, sounds like a neat gadget, do you have a link online I can see it?
Great tips Roger, good advice, having a proper setup can make a world of difference.
Thanks for the input