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RE: How often do you cook in the RV

We eat better when we are out camping or traveling. I wouldn't have it any other way. We grill out but only a few meals and I mainly use the microwave for food storage, especially when dry camping.
ReneeG 07/30/15 07:42pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: What could cause this?

All fuses and circuit breakers OK? Propane tanks have gas (stove or fridge runs on gas)? I suspect a fuse issue. We had the same issue happen, opened up the Fuse box and it was bad. Replaced and voila!
ReneeG 07/30/15 10:16am Travel Trailers
RE: I'm completely discouraged after reading these posts...

This was posted in Class A motorhomes primarily in response to this thread. Maybe it is time to refer to it here... http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28485234/gotomsg/28489668/p/1.cfm#28489668 RV.net link
ReneeG 07/29/15 06:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Campground near Yosemite and Grand Canyon

He said he was going to Yellowstone so he got some information.
ReneeG 07/28/15 03:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campground near Yosemite and Grand Canyon

For the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, I'd recommend either Kaibab Camper Village(looks tight but a log of bigger rigs get in there as we have) or the Forest Service Campground at Jacob Lake. You can zoom in and determine if you'll fit. Most likely you will. Google this CG and you'll find photos. As for Yellowstone. Only one in the park, maybe two, will fit your rig (in my opinion, others may differ) - Bridge Bay or Fishing Bridge. Outside of the park there are numerous possibilities if you don't mind driving in, even long drives. We've stayed at Colter Bay RV. Colter Bay off Jackson Lake on the Rockefeller Causeway has an RV full hookup side and a dry camping side. On the other side of Yellowstone, in West Yellowstone Montana is Grizzly RV as one person already said, but there's also Baker's Hole, a FS CG with big rig sites, E at most sites and water to fill at the entrance. The only draw back is that it's first come, first served, but in my opinion, well worth it. We've dropped our rig off at Grizzly, driven over to Baker's Hole and checked with the host as to which sites will come open in the morning. We then check them out and drive over the next morning, put or name on one, pay, then go back and get our rig. It's worked out well for us this way. There's also a nice RV park out further by Henry's Lake on the Idaho side called Red Rock RV. We've stayed here a couple of times and have really enjoyed it. We don't mind driving so it was perfect for us. We've also stayed on the Wyoming side off the Togwotee Pass at a FS CG called Falls. One loop as E and big rig sites. We've stayed there a couple of times, driving into Yellowstone for the day. We're the type to get up early, pack a picnic lunch and head out, returning in the evening. Other's are different. Here's a photo of our site at the Falls CG off Togwotee Pass - http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC02061.jpg width=640 Here's our site at Baker's Hole - http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC00646-1.jpg width=640 Here's a picture of Grizzly RV - http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC00879.jpg width=640 Picture of Colter Bay RV - looks tight but long Class A's get in here easily - http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/ColterBay4_zpse3d889fc.jpg width=640
ReneeG 07/28/15 02:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Testing new photo posting

Sorry, it didn't appear. There's a test option before you actually post. It's called Preview and the icon is a page with a magnifying glass.
ReneeG 07/28/15 01:48pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Headboard in slideout in 5th wheel

Hmmm, no problem with our headboard in the slide. I just have to remember to close the blind or the moon keeps me awake!
ReneeG 07/27/15 03:59pm Toy Haulers
RE: Art Bell is back on shortwave with talk radio.

Know him well. Love to listen to him at night when camping. George Nourie (sp?) is on Coast to Coast more often.
ReneeG 07/25/15 07:14pm RV Lifestyle
RE: I'm completely discouraged after reading these posts...

wow joined today 2 post that's your conclusion then bring is not in your blood I was almost going to say this. When you have a desire and are determined to enjoy it, nothing will hold you back. We started RVing in 1997, starting out with a 19' TT. in two years we upgraded to a 22', then two years later we got a 27', and then 3 years later a 32", we really tried to hang in there with this one, but really liked a 35' fifth wheel and purchased it. Issues we've had have been very minor compared to the many wonderful trips and memories we've had and have shared with our family. If problems are going to hold you back, why buy a house, why buy a car, why do anything? Looking at life in a positive way is what will bring you joy and contentment, and as problems occur, well, things happen and that's life.
ReneeG 07/25/15 06:19pm Beginning RVing
RE: I'm completely discouraged after reading these posts...

Just look at all the money this forum has saved you. Ha ha ha ha ha . . . and . . . one less person we don't have to worry about taking one of our wonderful boondocking sites!
ReneeG 07/25/15 06:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: You are NOT going to believe this!!

Thanks for the feedback on Dyers' top notch service. I just bookmarked their site for future reference and ordering.
ReneeG 07/25/15 09:54am Truck Campers
RE: Yellowstone in late September

Another possibility for late September is Grizzly RV in West Yellowstone. We stayed there toward the end of September one year. FHUs, nice place to stay, only a few blocks to the park's west gate. Great alternative if the other CGs are closed, or if you like private CGs with nice facilities. The fall color should be about at peak then, I believe. It sure was nice when we were there at that time. We too have stayed at Grizzly RV, a couple of times, while waiting for a spot at Baker's Hole. Nice thing about Grizzly is that they have a late season rate which is cheaper, at this time of year, and I love that they have laundry facilitates and free coffee and cocoa in the morning. Personnel at Grizzly are top notch. And if you have dogs, there's a great walking area outside the perimeter fence, just be careful of wildlife.
ReneeG 07/25/15 09:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone in late September

bobsallyh: Which sites have electricity? This site may help you. Most sites have E, but it may be hard to tell by the CG map. You should be able to search online for this information, I would think. Here's a link to the site. Also, depending on where you're parked, you may be able to access a close by faucet using a "water thief", which is what we were able to do while we were there. We stayed there at different times in 46 and 20 - pull throughs and both had E. I'm assuming that the ones with the green dots are E, but I could be wrong. Those are listed as easy access. We've seen some big rigs in there, including ours. A lot have satellite access which is why we picked 46. BTW, I searched for a specific list of which sites have E and all internet sites only say 33 have E.
ReneeG 07/25/15 09:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Deadwood Reservoir, ID

Great pics DJ. Did you go up past Warm Lake? Probably as Scott's Mountain is no place for your, or any, towing. Last time I was up there, I fished down below the spillway and all of us in our group caught of legal limit of trout!
ReneeG 07/24/15 11:26am Truck Campers
RE: Thank's Cedar Creek

Wow. This is good to know.
ReneeG 07/24/15 11:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Yellowstone in late September

Mid to late September is the only time we go. The latest time of year we've been there was early October and we woke up to 1/2" of snow. September is a wonderful time of year to go. You see a lot of wildlife and the elk are in rut so you'll not only see but hear bugling. We've stayed at Baker's Hole FS CG just outside the West gate near West Yellowstone and sleep at night with our windows open to hear the elk bugling and have even heard wolves howling. Enjoy!
ReneeG 07/24/15 11:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Two bathrooms

That was probably the mother-in-law suite.
ReneeG 07/24/15 11:13am RV Lifestyle
RE: 50 amp Cord

We had a problem with the same issue on our fifth wheel, so we had an electric reel installed.
ReneeG 07/23/15 02:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Damage after a tire blow out

While you are reading and researching tires, check out TPMS (tire pressure monitoring systems). I've been in your shoes with tire blowouts and trailer damage. I invested in a TPMS and it saved me last year. Good luck Although a TPMS is very good for slow leaks, a sudden loss of pressure does not give the system time to warn you. This happened to us.
ReneeG 07/23/15 02:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Damage after a tire blow out

Heat and speed kill most ST trailer tires. How fast were you going? That's not what he asked. The OP did state that he wondered what could've caused the blow-out.
ReneeG 07/22/15 10:27am Travel Trailers
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