Above is exactly how I felt before our first trip, I knew everything would work out but at the same time I had no idea what I was doing. The first thing I do when I pull into our new spot is make sure our RV is leveled out and secured. As you can see from the picture above, this campground has both 50 and amp service. A lot of campgrounds, especially State Parks have amp service. Now that the types of connections have been established you need to decide which version you have. You can see what that looks like below:. With the power turned off you can go ahead and plug your rig into the power supply.
There's a decline in dating culture and a rise in hookup culture among college students, according to a new book. Story highlights A new book says college students are hooking up more often The author says the experience leaves them feeling empty, sad and regretful Do students view hookups as an alternative to a relationship? For many young adults, college is a rite of passage, filled with experiences ranging from parties to all-night cram sessions to that first serious relationship. Yet romance may be getting short shrift these days, replaced instead with quick "hookups" devoid of any real emotion. Not only are more college students hooking up - kissing, making out and having sex - but these experiences often leave them feeling empty, sad and regretful, author Donna Freitas argues.
A high-performance LS engine generates much more heat than a Chevy Gen I small-block engine or a Pontiac V-8 that originally came in many of the F-Body cars, so you need a cooling system that effectively and efficiently dissipates and manages the heat. Therefore, you need the correct components, adequate capacity, and proper calibration for the high-performance engine you have installed in your F-Body. A proper cooling system helps produce horsepower and protects your sizable investment in your LS engine. Interestingly, the coolant system on the LS engine lineup is not entirely different from a Gen I Chevy small-block that was installed in most of these first- and secondgeneration F-Bodies. The LS has two major ports: One comes into the engine while the other moves hot coolant out of the engine and into the radiator. Thankfully General Motors did away with the reverse cooling LT engine that seemed more of an experiment than a wellthought-out system.