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RE: Canada NP Fees.

Going into Watertown, there is a gate and you have to buy a pass, daily or yearly and the price depends on number of people and if you're a senior. But not for 2017. We bought a yearly pass last summer and it's good for 2017 also. Now going via 11 to 93, you can go to the store and gas station at Saskatchewan Crossing and not have to pay a fee as I remember. If you leave the same day. If you try to go to Banff or Jasper via 93, you will have to get a pass,and again not for 2017. Oh, yes, you are correct about Waterton. For some reason I was thinking Well Gray Provincial Park.
ReneeG 01/19/17 10:24am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Tire Pressure Monitor

We have the TST but get a repeater. We didn't at first and some of the signal can drop without it.
ReneeG 01/16/17 02:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 35 Foot Max?

I tried to get a site at Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone for this summer. I have a Bounder 35E but it is closer to 36'. I was told that if any part extended from the site I would be made to leave. I got a site in West Yellowstone (outside of the park). It is much easier to get a site if you are shorter. In the national Parks I have to make reservations many months (7) in advance to be able to get a site. With that said, Baker's Hole FS CG with electricity at most sites, can fit big rig motorhomes and fifth wheels. It's our favorite place to stay when visiting Yellowstone. Take a look also at Mammoth, and they too can fit long rigs. So again, it's what you are comfortable with, but your 36' is doable and you will have many options.
ReneeG 01/16/17 02:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Canada NP Fees.

Yes, that's what I remember too Yeti plus - we purchased a Canada Parks Pass in advance of our trips years back and went through a toll booth and had to show it then. Also had to show it when we camped at Two Jack, Lake Louise, and near Jasper at Whistlers. Didn't have to show it when we went to Takaka Falls or to Moran or Waterton, so we assumed that our one toll booth entry covered it all.
ReneeG 01/15/17 10:14am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Little RV in the Wilderness: "Long Shots" of Isolation

Sawtooth Wilderness Area, Idaho http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/July4BeavCrk14.jpg width=640
ReneeG 01/13/17 02:34pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: How many of you guys have or do not have a TPMS?

We too had TST TPMS when our tire separated. It happened so fast the sensor didn't catch it and we did have damage.
ReneeG 01/02/17 11:23am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How many of you guys have or do not have a TPMS?

Have one. Had a tire separate so fast that the TPMS didn't catch it, but that's expected. We purchased a new monitor and a repeater (due to the length of our set up) and will put it all back on again before next year's first trip. Worth the investment and peace of mind.
ReneeG 12/30/16 08:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Free Parks Canada discovery pass

May not be so crowded after all darsben1 with the number of responses you've gotten on this post. We plan to go in September so that's usually a less crowded time of year anyway. Thanks again.
ReneeG 12/10/16 06:31am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Free Parks Canada discovery pass

Thank you for the link. It's legit and a secure site. I had read before, or thought I did, that one had to purchase 2 years to get the 2017 pass free. This will save a lot of money. Years back we traveled to Canada for a two week trip and purchased a parks pass because it was less expensive than to pay individually. This is great! I ordered ours.
ReneeG 12/09/16 07:10am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Christmas goodies for RV kitchen?

My husband and I really enjoy an antipasta platter - smoked oysters, greek olives, crumbled hard cheese, salami, marinated artichoke hearts, marinated mushrooms, and slices of baguette. Don't forget the wine to go with it.
ReneeG 12/06/16 02:02pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Your Favorite Boondocking Pics

Great pics. Someday we will have a PU Camper.
ReneeG 12/03/16 09:49am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Fiver Pin Separated From Hitch on Interstate

With the attacks going on if I was the OP I doubt id be back. Really why does he have to prove anything to you guys? If you don't believe he lost his trailer then move on. I agree with you. Even if he made a mistake, he doesn't have to come back and tell us. Heck, I'm not sure I'd want to.
ReneeG 11/30/16 06:38pm Towing
RE: Your Favorite Boondocking Pics

The FS has cleaned out a lot of the pine beetle damage in Idaho and loaded the good trees with pheromones to protect them.
ReneeG 11/24/16 06:18pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Thinking about a 5'er

Heartland has an owner's forum where you can check on issues reported and there is even a factory section up there too. Really check on newer models as the RV industry is taking a hit on quality. Here's the link to the owner's forum: https://heartlandowners.org/forum.php
ReneeG 11/22/16 07:10am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Thinking about a 5'er

We purchased a new Heartland Bighorn in 2010. Love it. Excellent quality. So much so that this will be our last RV.
ReneeG 11/21/16 03:05pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Roaming the Eastern Sierra Nevada Caldera

Great trip report. I really enjoyed it and we've discussed trading our setup to a pickup camper when we get too old to want to hitch up the FW.
ReneeG 11/16/16 07:29am Truck Campers
RE: Parking the 5er

Congratulations! We've had our FW since 2010, seasonal travelers and it's taken several years to figure it out. DH has even had me back it up to understand what he's going through as I direct him. We've even got the hooking up part down too.
ReneeG 11/15/16 07:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

The sheepherders in the mountains here use Pyrenees to guard the flock. Several of them. They're serious working dogs too. When they come into the foothills above the city, the newscasters remind hikers to keep their dogs on a lead as the sheep guard dogs see other dogs as a threat.
ReneeG 11/08/16 07:06pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

What a lifesaver Sam is. I know you lost one lamb, but he did the best he could and yes, he needs a backup to help him.
ReneeG 11/08/16 01:50pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Campgrounds near Yellowstone

Here are some photos to entice you - Buffalo Bill State Park, between the east entrance and Cody. This is a dry site. We have solar, so prefer to pick dry sites, but this state park has electricity and water and has reservable sites. http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/BuffaloBillSP38_3_zpssxxjmiml.jpg width=640 Baker's Hole FS CG, 2 miles north of West Yellowstone - another dry site, but most are electricity and there are water spigots throughout, as long as you have a "water thief", plus there is a fill up station at the entrance. http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/BakersHole64_1_zpsyrtigaoq.jpg width=640 An electric site at Baker's Hole http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC00646-1.jpg width=640 Falls Campground, off Togwotee Pass between Moran Junction and Dubois, Wyoming. Electric Site. Two loops in this campground, one loop is dry, the other has electricity. There's water at the entrance. Last year when we were there the water line was broken so the sites were half price. http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC02061.jpg width=640 Grizzly RV, West Yellowstone - this is late September. http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/DSC00879.jpg width=640 Colter Bay RV - looks tight, but it's not. Huge Class A's make it through here and they place you in size appropriate sites. http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh119/ReneeG_photo/ColterBay4_zpse3d889fc.jpg
ReneeG 11/07/16 07:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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