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RE: Will a Common Size Freezer Hold a Frozen Pizza?

Since this post took a turn to making pizza instead of buying it. I prefer to keep things simple for nights we do make it "homemade" and use either refrigerated pizza dough in one of those biscuit containers or buy the dough ready made in a plastic bag from Winco.
ReneeG 04/24/15 07:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Will a Common Size Freezer Hold a Frozen Pizza?

Hey Kristin - love it!
ReneeG 04/24/15 07:52am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Bryce Canyon Utah

How crowded is Bryce in late September/early October? Not very, that's when we went.
ReneeG 04/24/15 07:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will a Common Size Freezer Hold a Frozen Pizza?

Depends on the size of your fridge and freezer, but we've had 5 various TT's and now the fifth wheel, and I've had to take the pizza out of the box. I just cut the baking instructions out and store them elsewhere. We usually take a frozen one for our first dinner or lunch to eat after we get all setup, because it's easy and goes down well with a beer. For other nights, we make our own in a dutch oven. Those Papa Murphy Family size don't fit though and are tight in the fridge.
ReneeG 04/23/15 10:01am Class C Motorhomes
RE: New camping buddy!

What a cutie! We have always had three dogs and take them with us everywhere. We started out with two Drathaars and a Maltese. Over the years we've lost all three, added a long haired Chihuahua, Lab, and Rat Terrier, and all we have left are the Lab and Rat Terrier. Miss Maggie, the Lab, is getting on in age and will continue to travel with us, but we have found it to be so much easier to travel with the small ones. Miss Mica, the Rat Terrier, may end up being an only child someday.
ReneeG 04/23/15 08:30am RV Pet Stop
RE: New camping buddy!

What a Cutie !! Do you know why the cowboy adopted a Dachshund? He wanted to get a long little doggie.... Sorry... Love it!
ReneeG 04/23/15 08:26am RV Pet Stop
RE: Bryce Canyon Utah

We stayed at Ruby's when we went. It rained a lot while we were there and our spot was dirt, so it was muddy. That was the "bad" part. The "good" was that we walked to the shuttle pickup, visitor center, and trails.
ReneeG 04/23/15 08:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: highway 16 from Buffalo to Worland Wyoming?

Found this on Youtube - Hwy 16 Buffalo to Worland Says Hwy 20 though. There are several Youtube videos on Worland to Buffalo, so you may want to check them out. Enjoy.
ReneeG 04/22/15 07:59am Roads and Routes
RE: THE GOOD, THE BAD... BUT NO SURPRISES

Great trip, we're headed to the Fort at Disney from upstate NY in 2 1/2 weeks! Can't wait. ReneeG- what rear axle do you have in your SD? 3.73 which surprised us in towing. Our '99 F250 V10 6.8L had a 4.3 rear axle.
ReneeG 04/21/15 09:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: THE GOOD, THE BAD... BUT NO SURPRISES

Great trip report. We use to tow with a 6.8L V10 and got 7mpg. After buying our current TV, we went to 12mpg towing and I calculated that we actually saved per gallon even with the increase in the price of fuel from gas to diesel.
ReneeG 04/21/15 07:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

Thank you your response 1971duster340! I too looked at the aerial views on both Google Maps and Google Earth and it's full, but so are all the other RV parks that I've viewed in that area.
ReneeG 04/21/15 07:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

Stayed at this campground last summer for one nite, while traveling west to Flagstaff. Remember turning off I-40 and driving uphill 2-3 miles(?). The campground is just west of the paved road at the top of the mtn. It was okay for an overnite stay. The lady mgr was very nice. There seemed to be a number of long-term campers as well as travelers like us. We ate at a nearby restaurant before settling in for the nite. I had no problems with this campground. Thank you, Red Eagle. What do you RV in and did you find the roads rough or narrow?
ReneeG 04/20/15 06:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

2gypsies - Thank you. I'll check into the distance from Albuquerque on Cochiti Lake CoE CG.
ReneeG 04/20/15 01:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

Thank you Roy&Lynne! I didn't know Google Maps had reviews. I'll check it out.
ReneeG 04/20/15 09:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New to me 6.7L F350.

You'll definitely enjoy it. Ours is the same model but a 2011 and after towing with a V10 6.8L and getting 7mpg, and now getting 12mpg towing, with power to spare for going up hill, we love it and still do after a few years.
ReneeG 04/20/15 09:11am Tow Vehicles
RE: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/new-mexico/cedar-crest reviews say sites are tight and gets muddy if it rains. Thank you but I saw this review, so I was hoping from some first hand experience.
ReneeG 04/20/15 09:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Turquoise Trail Campground and RV

I've searched this forum and did not find any feedback on this RV Park in Cedar Crest, New Mexico, East of Albuquerque. We have a 35' Bighorn fifth wheel that we tow with a dually. Can anyone provide any first hand feedback on this park for our size of setup? The reviews I've read are mixed, some good, some bad. My MIL lives in Albuquerque and she's been up there. Says there's lots of trees and road is narrow and wouldn't recommend it, but she doesn't drive an RV either. So looking for feedback from someone who's been there. Our next selection will be Central Albuquerque KOA, 5 minutes from her house. We've stayed there before and it's clean and neat, but we were possibly looking at a change. Thanks.
ReneeG 04/20/15 07:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Albuquerque

My mother in law lives in Albuquerque so we're taking another trip there in September again. Last time we went, she took us to Old Town Albuquerque and it was very interesting. We ate there too and it was not very expensive that I can remember. We also drove to Santa Fe and walked around. Went to the famous church with the spiral stairs. This time when we go back we're going to take the Tram and drive up the Turquoise Trail, the back way to Santa Fe. She says it's beautiful.
ReneeG 04/20/15 07:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dry camping near Tremonton Utah?

If your going 84 i would go to Snowville and stay at the grasslands just outside of town. What grasslands are you talking about? Thanks.
ReneeG 04/19/15 09:47am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Any suggestions?

You shouldn't have to use supports under a slide.
ReneeG 04/17/15 07:24am Fifth-Wheels
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