Friday, April 4, 2014

Roy Robinson Comes Through

On the road again;

We had a friend go into Roy Robinsons in Marysville, and guess what they treated them great, took care of concerns, and got them into a great car. 

Ok, Ok, I know I sound like the press blubbering over the president and not seeing the faults, BUT, Roy Robinson Chevrolet and Suburu in Marysville Washington is the best Auto/RV dealer I have EVER purchased a vehicle from. The whole team is CUSTOMER FIRST orientation, and centered/  You will not be disappointed  ever.  I just wish we had found  this out when we purchased our first car in 1988.

Mark the General Manager, John & Malom In RV's,  Matt and the full RV maintenance team, Rick and Jake in sales of cars. you will not find a better more concerned team.

If you have the opportunity to go by and visit, or have questions, just ask them they are they to always help.

tell them Santa - John Worley Sent you 

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Sleep Number Scam - Buyer Beware

Hi Everyone;

In 2007 we purchased a sleep number bed for our home, they sold us a bed raise and massage mechanism, that we honestly do not use, Here is the conversation I had with them, I called the warranted and they want 300.00 to replace the mechanism,,, their service stinks and I would warn you not to purchase one for your motor home

Welcome to Sleep Number Live Chat, you are now connected with 'David'.
David: Hello, my name is David and my SLEEP NUMBER ® setting is 30.  How may I assist you?
John: We purchased a sleep number in 2007 with 10 year warren tee. and the motor that raises and lowers the bed and does the massage quit. We did not purchase a separate package, we purchased it all as one package. Now you won't replace the motor, even though it has only been used maybe 10 times over the past 7 years...
John: I posted my complaints on my blog and on I was going to put one in my motor home but now I am having reservations
David: Hi John! I am sorry to hear that you are having a problem with the motor for your adjustable base. Leggett and Platt is the manufacturer of the adjustable bases and they hold the warranty. I would recommend giving them a call to make a warranty claim. They are available by phone at 1-800-888-3078
John: I did not purchase the Adjsutable from them I purchased it from YOU. jsut as I do not purchase a started fromdelco when I purchase a car. So it is up to YOU to replace what you sold me.
David: Unfortunately Sleep Number would not be able to offer you warranty coverage for your adjustable base. The warranty is held by Leggett and Platt.
John: I called them and they are asking over 300.00 to replace the motor.. that is not going to happen
John: well the message is out on my blog.. and on pissed .com... I am filing complaints about your company where ever I can. even with the BBB
David: I am very sorry to hear that. Please do not hesitate to get a hold of us if you have any other questions at all. Is there anything else I can help you with today?
John: you sold me the mechanism, you sold me the warrentee. and you are responsible for the replacement

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Wow what a summer.  The motorhome is bundled up for the winter but our travels have been wone der ful .  we took 14 days and went on a Hwy 20 west to east drive.  Met some great people and saw some wonderful sights.


Sunday, September 15, 2013

WOW.. We just finished our new trip in washington state. here are some photos
Lake pearrygin and winthrop

We left Winthrop and visited a Quilt Shop in Omak, My Wife loves Quilt Shops. Then up hwy 20 to republic
As we left Republic and headed for Spokane our journey was ntohing but wonderful Below are phots of our trip and some of the places we visited.  We stayed two days in Spokane at Riverside State park and then we ended oour trip at Wenatchee State park in what a trip


 Without a doubt with dust devils, and everything mountains to desert this was a beautiful trip and though we had adventures we also had a great relaxing time

Summer 2013 Traveling East

WOW. Welcome friends...Just returned from our wonderful 5 day trip to eastern washington. what a trip. learned alot about motorhomes and about scheduleing.

1. driving for 5 stright days without resting a day or two takes alot out of you.

2. make sure all the buttons are buttoned and the sealed are sealed.  It's funny but not at the time when you look in your rear view mirror and see your sewer hose following you down the road..

3. check the weather if traveling in 90+ weather know your limitations.

Other that just not planing well we had a great trip.
  We went to Lake Pearrygin State park and Winthrop the first day. saw some wonderful sights on the way. Always stop at the little store outside Leavenworth called "The Alps"
Lake Perrygin & Winthrop was beautiful wish I could add all the photos here but there are so many to see.


Then we traveled along hwy 20 to towns like Okanogan and  Omak and Republic visiting those towns and meeting wonderful people .  
Our next night we spent at Curlew State Park. and what a park it was



Friday, August 2, 2013

Another Satisfied Customer Roy Robinson RV

Hello My Fellow RV'ers;

Well it has been a exciting and adventerous summer so far.  We have not been many places after the repair of from the damage done while I was in the forest, it took a few weeks to do that, then we found another problem, the chassis battery was not holding a charge or something was running the batteries down.  

Well Was having problems with the chassis battery on the Motorhome and took it back to Roy Robinson in Marysville. They run diagnostics and found the batteries were toast, they replaced the batteries for free. and we pick it up today..I DO LOVE CUSTOMER SERVICE AT ROY ROBINSON IN MARYSVILLE... THEY ARE THE BEST
We are planning a trip south in late august and early September was hoping it would be ok. and thanks to the great people at Roy Robinson, Matt, and Mark the problem is solved.
If your ever in Marysville Washington, Please stop by and check out their service and sales department me they take care of their customers, in every way

Monday, May 27, 2013

Washingtons Peninsula

Hello My Friends;

It was the weekend of Memorial Day, It seemed Saturday would be a great time to visit the peninsula of Washington, the Beautiful homes and people we had visited before at Port Gamble, Port Townsend, Oak Harbor, and Kingston.

It was a beautiful day to just enjoy the land, and each others company,  We started in Edmonds and after a 1 hour wait we boarded the ferry and what a trip, sun shinning and just a great day.

As we arrived in Kingston we noticed a few changes since our last visit, Kingston Lumber a great place to stop and catch the local flavor, friendly people, but closed what a deep sigh that was, as we arrived in Port Gamble 

not much has changed, we thought, a few more shops, but the old country store was still open, As we walked inside we noticed the old country store and friendly people had been moved out, now it was yuppie center, wines everywhere and 12.00 hamburgers.  YES, 12.00 for a piece of bread, small piece of meat and lettace, tomato,  12.00. why?? well they changed the name to organic. the cheapest way to grow food, and raise animals, because they do not use fertilizer or have to pay for extra feed, Grass is free.  It's like Diesel fuel, the cheapest formala of fuel and the highest priced.  We refused to pay 12.00 for one hamburger, so we left and went to the barbeque place across the street and paid less for for great food.

We then drove up to Port Townsend, I do love the kind of village atmosphere there, people are not trying to be something they aren't just a smile and smile life.   We boarded the ferry and landed on Whidbey Island, on to Oak Harbor, and to the Navel Base. to celebrate the great sacrifice our military makes every day.  living in under poverty conditions, making due. Yea, I know as a disabled veteran they get free food, free housing, BUT, they live in the same world we do, they have families who shop for food, wear cloths, and live in houses none of which is free.  


Well on to deception pass 

and then through La Conner, and home  Was a great day of discovery. some old things passed away not sure they will return, some things are just better.