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RE: Silicone baking pans

Silicone seems to get stained or caked to the point where they look dirty after awhile. I've gone back to using non stick pots and pans for baking. I agree. I bought them because they are lightweight, but even when using nonstick spray, batter sticks and it's hard to clean. They're taking up room more than anything in my cupboard, so out they'll go. Before I bought them, we were on a trip, and I wanted to make muffins, but no muffin pan, so I took aluminum foil, formed them into cups around the bottom of a glass, then poured my batter in. The foil stood up nicely and since I baked them on my perforated pizza pan, cooking was even. I may just keep on doing that. I'm all for less clutter in my cupboards and as a result less weight.
ReneeG 02/21/17 11:36am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Drying Towels in Fiver

Do you mean drying them after washing them or drying them after use and where to hang them? I know this sounds obvious, if it's after washing them, but isn't there a dryer where you wash them? If after use, we hang them over the shower door or on a hook in the commode area (toilet room) on hooks. For the kitchen towels, after use, I drape them over the strainer. If you meant something else, let us know.
ReneeG 02/21/17 11:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Route 31 Targhee National Forest

I checked the Mountain Directory West for this pass and nothing is listed indicating that it is not one of the passes to be concerned about, but as I previously noted, take it easy and you'll be fine.
ReneeG 02/18/17 09:38am Roads and Routes
RE: Has anyone heard from Nabi?

I searched too and found a post here on RV.net back in June, I think, and she responded saying she was ok. Maybe something else happened. Let's pray and hope she is ok.
ReneeG 02/18/17 09:10am RV Pet Stop
RE: Red Cliff campground in Montana

Nice campground, but we've only driven past. Give them a call to double check.
ReneeG 02/17/17 08:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Missoula MT to Stanley ID

I agree that there are a lot of areas to spend the night along that route. In fact, we spent the night in the parking lot of a grocery store in Salmon years back. But, here are a couple of ideas - Free dispersed camping near Challis and Cottonwood Rec Site fee site
ReneeG 02/15/17 08:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Crescent Lake, Deschutes Nat'l Forest

Regarding Waldo Lake and the mosquitos - there is a lake we camp at here in Idaho and the mosquitos are bad. We have the Off! Lanterns that we light and place around our outside area and they really work in keeping the mosquitos at bay. Sometimes, but not all, we spray Yard Guard and that helps too.
ReneeG 02/15/17 06:54am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Route 31 Targhee National Forest

We've towed on that route with our current setup. It's not a bad pass and by far nothing compared to Teton Pass which you don't want to take. You'll be fine with that diesel. It'll be slow going for you, but it will be fine. This is part of the Teton Scenic Byway and most coming south from Driggs and Victor, in order to avoid Teton Pass will go over Pine Creek Pass to Alpine, then up through Hobart Junction and Jackson, to get to the Tetons and Yellowstone. Duplicate post!!
ReneeG 02/13/17 03:46pm Roads and Routes
RE: Route 31 Targhee National Forest

You'll be find towing over this pass. If you have the Mountain West Directory, check to see what it says. I've got one, but not with me at the moment. We've towed over this pass and I don't remember it being bad. Definitely not like Teton Pass. We towed it once and never again!!!! Most will take Pine Creek Pass, Hwy 31, to avoid Teton Pass, going around through Alpine, then up through Hobart to get to the Tetons and Yellowstone. Pine Creek Pass is part of the Teton Scenic Byway.
ReneeG 02/13/17 03:42pm Roads and Routes
RE: A friend to many here on RV.net has passed.....

I'm so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. So many of us are touched in some way by cancer, my condolences to his family.
ReneeG 02/11/17 09:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus the Christmas Cat

Thanks for the update! I'm so glad Spotacus worked out to be Mr. Friendly.
ReneeG 02/11/17 10:14am RV Pet Stop
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus the Christmas Cat

Short of reading 100 pages of what transpired between finding the cat and now he's named Spotacus and you've kept him, what happened? Why did he have a major personality change? I thought he was a nice people person kitty to begin with? Can you give me the short and long of it? Thanks!
ReneeG 02/10/17 01:48pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Crescent Lake, Deschutes Nat'l Forest

Check out Campendium if this is on there.
ReneeG 02/10/17 09:51am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Glacier Nat Park

We're also going to Glacier this summer - glad to get all the input folks gave on the campgrounds. We booked the KOA on the east side of the park - one reason was that the Red Bus tour will pick up at right at the campground. For anyone traveling with dogs East Glacier KOA has a dog walking service available so that while you are out they will come to your RV and feed and walk your pooch. Lets you take the all day Red Bus tour. We were very pleased with this KOA and the dog walking service is why we picked it. The West Side KOA does not offer this service instead they offer to have your pooch picked up by a local kennel and taken off site for the day. Thank you for the information on both KOA's. Good to know! Just an FYI. KOA's give a 3 days for the price of 2 twice a year. Which is why we stayed at the West Glacier KOA around the end of September, plus, there were very few people. If you are going early in the season for Glacier and staying at the KOA, you might want to ask ahead if they have any special offers.
ReneeG 02/07/17 09:38am Roads and Routes
RE: How often do you clean or treat you roof.

We clean and treat ours twice a year.
ReneeG 02/07/17 09:34am Travel Trailers
RE: How to measure length of fifth wheel unit

Our 3055 is 35'5" exactly front nose to back bumper. That's what matters. Don't forget your height too. Post that on the inside of your windshield, driver's side, for quick reference.
ReneeG 02/05/17 12:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Glacier Nat Park

With a 24' trailer, you could stay at any of the campgrounds within the park and I would recommend that you do. The GNP website has a page on the status of the campgrounds and fill times. If you need hookups, then there are many RV parks outside the gate. Mountain Meadows and the KOA we've stayed at on the West Side and the KOA on the East side is good too. Visit all the sites within the park taking the time to stop at Lake McDonald and walk the shore to see the colorful pebbles at the shore. On the South side around the park on Hwy 2, stop at Goat Lick. The Goats travel there every day to lick the salt there. We've been there three times and still see something new.
ReneeG 02/04/17 06:49pm Roads and Routes
RE: Let's see those older coaches

A lot of nice looking coaches here. There are some of us that intend to keep our rigs. I know we have a 5th Wheel, but we intend to keep it 10 + years.
ReneeG 02/04/17 08:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: UPDATED: Carbon monoxide alarm goes off while baking in oven

Ok, well, maybe I'm a skeptic, but I'm not sure the tech solved the issue. Yes, please test by starting your oven. Our CO detector is in the bedroom up high above the closet door. The propane detector is at the back of the RV on the bottom of the wall by the floor and the fire alarm is on the ceiling between the kitchen and stairs to the bedroom. I have to admit that when we are out camping, I often do not undo the tabs on the oven vent hood outside vent flap (that's what it is), but since the stove and oven are right by the door, I will open the door just a little, leaving the screen closed. When it's too cold outside to open, I open the window just a bit, opposite the range. I've never had the CO detector go off, the fire alarm yes, when I cook some things so we set up a fan opposite it to fan it It's so sensitive that I scrapped the idea of having a toaster on board because just making toast in the oven causes the fire alarm to go off.
ReneeG 02/03/17 10:10am Travel Trailers
RE: New 5er

My understanding too is that Jayco is one of the best in the industry in warranty and post warranty support.
ReneeG 01/29/17 05:02pm Fifth-Wheels
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