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RE: Virginia City Montana

We stayed at the Ennis RV Village when we visited Virginia City and Nevada City. Outstanding place to stay with great WIFI.
ReneeG 08/25/16 02:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking for more WY ideas..

We loved the small town of Dubois Wyoming (watch movie Taking Chance) We stayed at the KOA but there are other options. Miles of ATV trails (we didn't go) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3xijMG1GtE There are several campgrounds back by Pinnacle Butte in this area off of the Togwotee Pass.
ReneeG 08/25/16 11:23am Roads and Routes
RE: Looking for more WY ideas..

Since you want to go to the Big Horn Mountains, go on down the Hwy 16 towards Greybull and take the short side trip to Red Gulch to see the Dinosaur Tracks. There's a huge turn out back there and I don't see why you couldn't boondock for a night there. When we were there, there were no signs that said no camping. If you're self contained seems it wouldn't be a problem. Also visit Devils Kitchen. The turn off is also off of Hwy 16. Worth the drive back there. It's amazing. You didn't mention Chief Joseph Pass just outside of Cody. It's a beautiful day drive, steep and winding in places, but farmers tow over it all the time and there's a campground off this road, actual several, that are nice.
ReneeG 08/25/16 07:37am Roads and Routes
RE: how do you remove watermarks on sides of rv

brianseay1 - what did you end up using and did it work? We just used the Maguier's that I mentioned to removed oxidation and saw waterspouts as we went. They too were removed!
ReneeG 08/23/16 05:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Never Again

I too have had AAA and their response was awful. Same area, now GS and prompt response. Can't say what will happen in a different area.
ReneeG 08/22/16 07:55pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Switch From Diesel to Gas.

....As you know or may not know, you will have to wind the 6.2 to get the power out of it. Just plant your right foot and it WILL make power. Exactly. That was one of the deciding factors I had when I went from my '04 Chevy 6.0L gas to my current Ram-Cummins. We go to eastern TN every fall and there are areas in the Appalachians where I have to hold 4,000RPM for about 15 minutes going up a hill then rev it again after the valley on the downhill side. The truck made the power it was supposed to make and it ALWAYS got us there. But that was only towing 7,200lbs. You're talking 2 tons more than what I was towing. My GM engine was rated for 360 ft-lbs and 330HP. The Ford 6.2L V8 is rated for 434 ft-lbs and 411HP. Okay, that is more grunt than my GM engine, but those peak values are both above 4500 RPM. My guess is you'll be in the same boat I was in with long, steep hills. The truck will get you there, but you will have to endure a wound up engine to get to the hilltop. On my last trip I found myself agitated and cranky when we arrived and I really think it was just from listening to engine rev and scream through the hills. At that point I decided the truck had done it's job long enough and it was time for a change. Your opinions may vary, but that was my experience. KJ Same here, but we had a 6.8L, V10 with the 4.3.
ReneeG 08/19/16 01:40pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Heart Attack in Mexico

I'm so sorry! What a tragic turn of events. Yes, we were just talking in my office about being proactive with health issues or signs of you may think is an issue.
ReneeG 08/19/16 09:09am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Choice between two TT's

The only thing I can comment on is that Jayco stands behind their product, so warranty should be considered, even post warranty.
ReneeG 08/17/16 03:05pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trip Report: Rocky Mountain High in CO and WY

Thanks for sharing and love the photos. Yes, grandkids are great to go camping with.
ReneeG 08/15/16 09:39am Truck Campers
RE: New floors!! AWESOME!!

Beautiful! I especially love the job he did on the entry.
ReneeG 08/14/16 06:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Route from Florida to Yellowstone last week in Sept

All excellent advice. Whatever route you take, do not take Teton Pass between Victor, ID and Wilson, WY. With so many routes into the GTNP and YNP area, avoid this one.
ReneeG 08/14/16 05:14pm Roads and Routes
RE: 2006 Komfort 261 FS bedroom door question

Agree on the pocket door. We had a 2006 282TS, 32' long and it was a pocket door on a track.
ReneeG 08/14/16 05:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Well

That is one lucky dog! Congratulations Ore - gun. I live near Boy - See, Idaho, not Iowa. :)
ReneeG 08/13/16 04:47pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Computer power while boondocking?

I want to SAFELY run 2 laptops and a mobile hotspot while boondocking. What are my options? What would you recommend and why? Thanks..... Stay home. If you have 4G / LTE service you're NOT Boondocking IMHO. Stay home? That's the benefit of technology. If you have service where you want to boondock, then do it! We have and there's nothing better than working out in the middle of nowhere.
ReneeG 08/12/16 08:22am Tech Issues
RE: Your Rig

Very beautiful setup. Congratulations on your new FW!
ReneeG 08/11/16 03:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: MH Financing, over 10 years old

I have never bought an RV that was less than 10 years old! My Credit Union(s) financed them all with no problem at all. Just a few months ago, I purchased a 1999 dodge CTD truck. The Credit Union asked only one question: "How much do you want the payment to be? OK, sign here!" Done deal, go get the truck. IMO, based purely on personal experience, a Credit Union is the only way to go to finance ANY vehicle! I probably don't need to point out that if the RV is self-contained, and is collateral for the loan, the interest is usually tax deductible as a second or vacation home. The interest on a personal loan of any kind is usually NOT deductible! We've had the same experience with our credit union. On the other hand, you've more than likely got excellent credit as a result of being fiscally responsible which is why the CU is quick to lend you money.
ReneeG 08/11/16 03:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH Financing, over 10 years old

If your credit is good I'd look at a unsecured personal loan or line of credit. Often the interest is dirt cheap. I never understood financing cars, RVs, or boats with a HELOC. Why would you tie something that depreciates that fast to the equity in your home? You would have to be disciplined to get one for sure. For us, that's not an issue.
ReneeG 08/11/16 03:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: MH Financing, over 10 years old

Effy - HELOC is a great idea. It's usually a lower rate and the interest can also be written off on taxes.
ReneeG 08/11/16 01:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Computer power while boondocking?

Honda generators provide clean power. DH is a developer and that's what we used before we installed our solar system. With solar, we don't have to get the generator out.
ReneeG 08/11/16 11:04am Tech Issues
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Agree! Beautiful spot Tucquala
ReneeG 08/11/16 07:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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