Valentines Day was the first of a regular “Monthly Mystery Challenge” question. This month was devoted to, “Name That Coach”. Do you know the make, model and year of the pictured coach? Well it seemed many did.
February’s Mystery question answer is a 2001 Newmar NewAire.
Well I certainly did get smoked on this one. I can’t believe so many got it! Next month’s will be slightly more challenging.
Good going to the following readers that solved and posted the correct answer.
Bragging rights go to the following readers……………..
Bob, Beverly, Rlsly, A W Walker, Marvin Shaffer, Robert Brown, John and David Campbell.
Watch for the March Monthly Mystery Challenge that will be posted in the next week or so. Also, be sure to try your hand at the Lug_Nut RV Trivia Challenge 2, on Thursday, March 12th.
With A Skill Testing Question – Lug_Nut – Peter Mercer
John, Thanks, this months will be a guess where question coming out soon. Thanks for your input and help.
I saw a hippie-Jesus bus last summer in a Washington state rest area that you may want to use for the Monthly Mystery Challenge. From what I saw, I don’t think anyone will be able to guess what it is. Will try to get a picture if I’m in the area this summer. You”ll smoke everyone with this one!
Good quiz, keep ’em coming!
When I first signed up for the blog…not a problem. Enjoyed all the articles and found there is a lot of good info there. Things I had already thought of and ideas I would have never in my wildest dreams considered to work. All of a sudden (I made no changes to anything on my computer) the same thing started happening each time i would try to see and read articles. It would happen so very fast I couldn’t copy the url of the article. I unscribed and subscribed over and over. Same thing to this day. Made certain popups not blocked, first and third parties cookies accepted as well as session cookies accepted. Would love to read the articles and see what teh new sufff is…but just can’t see/read it w/o the subscription page jumping up in my face. Appears that you require some things to be accepted or set a certain way, yet you make no mention of it on your sign up screen. Truly sad. Sad, sad, sad. I wonder how many others have just given up? Maybe you can fix it so your system does not require whatever it now has to have. I really do hate to turn off my internet security and phishing and virus protection…….Really unhappy about it.
The pop_up that Richard is complaining about, is tracking a cookie that is saved on the individual computer.
I can go a week or more, never see the pop_up, but once I run my ‘file’ cleaner utility, that removes extraneous temp files, then the pop_up appears again.
I just click to exit the pop_up, and it doesn’t re-appear again until I run my cleaner again.
Richard’s computer may be running a firewall or other security program that is blocking the recording of this cookie, thus the message keeps popping up each and everytime. Depending upon the security program he is using, it is usually possible to put the RV.Net web site into a trusted list of some sort, and it will allow the cookie to be saved.
Richard, This is not normal with most users. Perhaps you need to change some settings like pop-up blocker settings, etc. I don’t blame you for feeling as you do, but really, with the proper settings, this should not be an issue.
why, EVERYTIME i open any blog article, a subscribe ad covers the screen?
since i get the blog already, this is sort of silly, don’t you think?
what can be done to make it stop? i am to the point of unsubscribing just so i wont have the hassle.