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RE: Coach-Net has changed it's business practices for the worse

Not talking about ERS, talking about the insurance products. Your post doesn't state this. You even ask about FMCA 'roadside'.
2gypsies 07/21/17 04:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tucson AZ fuel price for the Snowbirds

Tucson has low fuel prices always.
2gypsies 07/20/17 11:22pm Snowbirds
RE: Snowbirding without an RV

It doesn't sound like you necessarily want a RV to rent but just something for a few months. Try Vacation Rentals by Owner: https://www.vrbo.com/ We've had good luck with rentals. You can pick any city you want.
2gypsies 07/20/17 11:21pm Snowbirds
RE: Southern Idaho and Wyoming Ideas

Take 75 north off I-84 in Idaho to Stanley, Idaho and the Sawtooth Nat'l Rec Area. There are many public campgrounds and if you trout fish it's a terrific place to go. It's very scenic.
2gypsies 07/20/17 11:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Passport America

We definitely thought the low price of membership was worth it. We don't need amenities - just a clean place to park. You said "from previous experience the CGs were marginal". It sounds like you've tried it already so for you, I wouldn't bother.
2gypsies 07/18/17 12:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Convection Oven/microwave replacement

Yes. We replaced ours from Home Depot and we were able to find the same Model so it fit perfectly.
2gypsies 07/18/17 12:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Single person - How difficult to do everything by yourself?

We've seen singles - men and women - handling any kind of RV by themselves. However, I think a motorhome would be the easiest. We've with you that we enjoyed driving a small car for our siteseeing rather than a big truck like we did with a previous 5th wheel.
2gypsies 07/18/17 12:51pm Beginning RVing
RE: We don't "Camp" ...We sell at shows. What would you do?

At 'shows' we've attended there are always big RVs and trailers parked from the vendors. Somehow they get their wares to the shows. Have you ever driven a long vehicle? Perhaps you 'think' you can't park but you'd be surprised at how easy it is. Think of the big semi trucks backing in to the docking areas in cities. Many times they don't have a lot of room. We've been amazed at watching them at times.
2gypsies 07/18/17 12:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stale technology impacting RV.net forums?

Is there anything about my Windows 7 Professional that would be screwing up my Photobucket operating procedures? You might try using Photobucket's forum for your problem. http://www.steves-digicams.com/knowledge-center/how-tos/online-sharing-social-networking/how-to-use-the-photobucket-forum.html
2gypsies 07/16/17 12:13am Forum Technical Support
RE: NPS Senior Pass

What if my wife doesn't have a pass, but I do? She won't be 62 for a long time. (I'm a cradle robber.) As stated, she will get in if she's in the vehicle with you and your pass. However, keep in mind that if she goes out of the park for something like grocery shopping and tries to come back in free, she can't do it on your pass if you're not with her.
2gypsies 07/16/17 12:00am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Mesa Verde Colorado

I believe your question was about sites around Albuquerque. Instead, I'd recommend staying either at Santa Fe Skies RV in Santa Fe or nearby at Cochiti Lake Corp of Engineer park. Near Cochiti is Kasha-Katuwe National Monument which is extremely interesting. From either Santa Fe or Cochiti you could also go to Bandelier National Monument and even a day trip to Taos. When you're ready to head to Mesa Verde take 84 north to Pagosa Springs, CO (stop for a few hours of soaking - awesome) then west on 160 to Mesa Verde. I hope you can work in more days for your trip especially since you have a Jeep. Go up to Silverton, CO and do some of the trails. It's prime Jeeping country from easy runs to extreme. Stop at the Visitor Center for ideas and maps. It's one of our favorite places.
2gypsies 07/15/17 11:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: best month to go too alaska

One month from North Carolina isn't enough time. I wouldn't leave before May 15 and you'd find some campgrounds still closed. You could go through September but things start closing down Labor Day. It really is not a difficult trip to do on your own. It's just a long one.
2gypsies 07/12/17 11:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Southern Utah

I like your planned stay times at the parks and I especially like your ending at Cedar Point! It'll be an awesome trip for you and the kids. However, do refigure your driving times including rest stops, fuel, lunch and add some extra hours - just in case. Things do happen.
2gypsies 07/03/17 06:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: help with travel for 43' 13 ' class A

Stay off of CA Hwy 1. 101 is just fine. There's a BIG difference.
2gypsies 07/01/17 06:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Hwy 101 Coastal Road

101 is just fine for your big RV. We've done it many times with our 40' towing. We really enjoy the state parks. Pick up at the northern part; one in the middle and one in the southern part and it will be very easy to cover the whole coast with day trips. With our 40' we've stayed at Beverly Beach, Bullards Beach, Cape Blano Carl Washburne, Fort Stevens and Harris Beach (A Loop #15 is awesome) We've done them all without reservations in all seasons. Pull in before noon makes it easy. Don't waste time siteseeing as you drive. Get parked first then head out.
2gypsies 07/01/17 06:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Did you ever love your home...but sold it to fulltime

I would guess nearly every full-timer has left a home they loved in some way. However, once retired it's difficult to keep them up if they have big yards to mow, snow to shovel, homes to paint, etc. How about asking your wife to help you with your jobs and you'll help with the cooking, cleaning, etc.? Then you'll both be ready to hit the road and have some fun!!
2gypsies 06/30/17 11:17pm Full-time RVing
RE: Southern Utah

They're too far apart for day-tripping. You wouldn't have time to even scratch the surface of the parks. Moving closer to each one isn't a big deal. You'll save time, fuel and your patience!
2gypsies 06/29/17 01:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: How to sleep four in a trailer for two?

We'll be on ATV trails and pretty remote, so renting a cabin or tenting it isn't a great option. Why wouldn't a tent set up next to your RV work? It would be a perfect solution and you'll both have room and privacy. If you're remote then leave the door open or leave them a key to come in and use the bathroom, if necessary.
2gypsies 06/29/17 01:22pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Prescriptions on the road

The only other alternative is to have someone pick them up at a local pharmacy and Priority mail them to you. Narcotic prescriptions can be sent through the mail by private parties? Only by pharmacies, correct?
2gypsies 06/27/17 09:10pm Beginning RVing
RE: Going to the Sun Road

This official site is updated as the road opens more. It's the only way to answer your question. https://home.nps.gov/applications/glac/roadstatus/roadstatus.cfm
2gypsies 06/27/17 06:01pm Roads and Routes
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