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RE: Electric Fry Pan?

Most definitely! We have one of the large square fry pans. I have a cabinet above my range hood and it fits nicely in there with the lid inverted in it sitting in a thick waffle type of shelf liner material to prevent scratching. It's great and saves on propane when you have hookups.
ReneeG 10/27/16 10:30am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Safety Cones - Do you carry them?

Yes, we carry them.
ReneeG 10/26/16 03:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How to plan one week in the Canadian Rockies

We are planning a similar trip next summer and expect to make our reservations in January. The earlier, the better! Our trip will start north of Glacier National Park in Wateron. I have heard Townsite Campground is nice with full hookups right along Waterton Lake. After Waterton, we'll spend a couple days in Banff at Tunnel Mountain Village before driving up north to Jasper. On the way back south, we'll stay a night or two in Lake Louise before heading home to Montana. We still have more research to do before we decide where to stay in Jasper. I believe we are going to stay for at least 2 days at every campground in order to hike a little in each area. We weren't going to go as far north as Jasper, but after reading about it, it seems like a spectacular place to hike and enjoy nature away from most tourists. I found a great blog written by a local husband & wife that give lots of insights to the Canadian Rocky Mountains called Banff and Beyond. Their articles are quite good and worth the read. Clicky--> Banff and Beyond When you head south to Glacier Park, I suggest staying at the St. Mary Campground inside the park. It's a great base to view the whole east side of Glacier National Park. Be sure to drive to Many Glacier and Two Medicine from St. Mary. There are plenty of hiking opportunities for even the most novice of hikers and your reward will be beautiful waterfalls, lakes and wildflowers. Enjoy your trip! We just came from Glacier/Waterton. The Townsite CG in Waterton is not on the lake, but the views all around are amazing. Here are some photos http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/WatertonTownsite1_zpsmzordccd.jpg http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/WatertonTownsite3_zps0yxn82hm.jpg
ReneeG 10/26/16 10:49am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Buddy needs your prayer and support update- RIP Buddy

I'm so sorry Samantha about Buddy. We've lost four beloved companions and the last was hardest because she was my little shadow.
ReneeG 10/24/16 01:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Your Favorite Boondocking Pics

The Sawtooth National Recreation area is perfect for boondocking and is our favorite place since it's close to home.
ReneeG 10/24/16 07:20am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Complete Newbie Needs Straight Talk

The "load distributing hitch" would not be installed on the truck, so you don't need to ask about that anymore. One less thing to worry about. Technically what you are referring to is a "WEIGHT distributing hitch" and it is a device you buy separate from the truck and trailer, to connect the trailer to the truck. The size you choose is based on the weight of the trailer, and is a good idea 99.9999 percent of the time, especially if you buy one with an integrated sway control device. Agree on the weight distributing hitch. Our first RV of any kind was a 19' Kit Sportsmaster travel trailer and we towed it with a '95 F150. We had the weight distributing hitch and anti sway bar. It was a great setup, although the TT was on the edge of being too heavy. Anyway, that was five towables ago.
ReneeG 10/24/16 07:15am Towing
RE: Height restrictions

Trucker's Guide and overpass, bridge signs. We measured our fifth wheel both front and back, highest point, typed it on a piece of paper, laminated it and taped it to the front inside upper left windshield with another in the glove box for backup. With this, the driver can glance at it. You'd be surprised how easy it is to forget your exact height.
ReneeG 10/21/16 09:58am Fifth-Wheels
RE: storage over winter

We leave ours plugged in, batteries in, and check them periodically. We have four deep cycle due to our solar system, so leaving them in makes more sense, but again we check them periodically
ReneeG 10/21/16 09:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: biscuits in a q1200?

Love it!
ReneeG 10/20/16 11:17am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Good Sam ERS Surprise

Thanks for the update Oakman! We have ERS Platinum and have had good service as well.
ReneeG 10/20/16 11:15am General RVing Issues
RE: Tow 40 ft Holiday Rambler

Thank you fingust1961 for the update and Good Sam for staying true!
ReneeG 10/20/16 11:13am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Installation of Winegard Traveler on rubber roof

Ours was installed professionally and the roller just rolls on the rubber roof. We've had it for close to 5 years and no wear.
ReneeG 10/19/16 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery question

Our original battery compartment was on the front right side and it is open to the outside underneath. There are two shelves that housed two batteries, one on top of the other.
ReneeG 10/18/16 08:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

kknowlton - nice looking KOA's. Thanks for posting.
ReneeG 10/18/16 07:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tow 40 ft Holiday Rambler

Documentation of any kind is supporting evidence and should not be false advertising. I would be surprised if he is NOT reimbursed after the GS rep talks to him.
ReneeG 10/17/16 01:57pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Wax or not

Yes. The wax will help keep their color too. We have been waxing our FW twice annually since we bought it in 2010. Decals are good, no peeling, and it is still shiny.
ReneeG 10/17/16 01:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Nice pics Renee, we were in Farragut last year, in site 185, loved the Brig, rather depressing though that the Navy doesn't put money into it, even though it is a State Park, has great potential. I agree. I think it should be a National Monument in honor of those that fought for our country. German POW's were also kept there and used to work the fields in the surrounding area, many of them settling up there. We thought it was an amazing place and never knew of the size of facilities till we went.
ReneeG 10/17/16 01:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: biscuits in a q1200?

I found this Weber cooking methods link that will help you out.
ReneeG 10/17/16 11:37am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: biscuits in a q1200?

There's information on the internet on baking biscuits on a stove top. On the other hand, we have a Weber Q1200 and they get pretty hot with the lid down. You can get a griddle to fit them, which is what I'd do, then put your biscuits in a cast iron skillet on top of the griddle. This should prevent them from overcooking on the bottom or burning first. Or use a tin pie plate. You'll have to experiment with the setup. I don't think I'd use a pizza stone because I've accidently had them on the stove and lit the burner, and busted the stone in half. They don't tolerate direct heat which is what would happen in the Weber.
ReneeG 10/17/16 11:30am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: After camping 60+ years, finally ran into the ultimate ....

Dang... that is absolutely crazy. Thankfully it didn't escalate into something really ugly. You are right about not messing with three things in a mans life! Absolutely amazing. Renee - A DNR truck is Department of Natural Resources... Just glad in this case it didn't mean Do Not Resuscitate! Mike Thanks! Glad it wasn't the Do Not Resuscitate!
ReneeG 10/17/16 10:15am General RVing Issues
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