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RE: Traveling from SW Michigan to Gettysburg/Landcaster

You may look at the map and be tempted to get off at Exit 161, Breezewood, and take US 30 east to Gettysburg. Don't even think about it. It's two lane, mountains, turns and a couple runaway truck ramps. If you were driving it in your car or tow vehicle I would recommend that route. It's a nice drive. But, pulling a 5th wheel, it would not be fun or enjoyable. Can't speak to the rest, but agree with these statements.
brirene 05/04/16 06:58pm Roads and Routes
RE: Another potato recipe, Girl Scout potatoes

That does sound tasty!
brirene 05/04/16 11:18am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: TV reception

Sure you can, as long as you can find the satellite and set up your receiver. Not really that hard, especially after you've done it a few times. You can get antennas (the dish) that are manual, semi automatic, and automatic. Your spare receiver is active, right? I would try it a few times at home so you're less likely to be disappointed while camping. I use the Satellite AR free app to find where to point the dish. Good luck!
brirene 05/03/16 09:19pm Beginning RVing
RE: What are you reading?

Just started "Empire of the Summer Moon" About the rise and fall of the Comanche's, the most powerful Indian tribe in American history. Non fiction, historical novel. Looks like it's going to be a "can't put it down" book. That's a good one! I didn't realize the historical significance of Palo Duro Canyon until reading this book.
brirene 05/03/16 05:37pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Carlisle Radial Trail RH

Not sure what you mean by long term, but I've had a set on since last year. 235/80/16, LRE. Got about 3500 miles on them without any issues so far. Tows fine. I've been pretty happy with them.
brirene 05/01/16 07:26am Travel Trailers
RE: A level site...

Yep, the setting makes up for it. Love that area. Thanks for the information; it's going on my list!
brirene 04/30/16 11:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A level site...

GordonThree, I hope you'll come back and tell us where this actually is, since no one seems to have any guesses. As to the site, not great, but I've had worse. The setting may make up for it, and I've got a feeling there's water not too far from your steps. I know it ain't Grand Haven!
brirene 04/30/16 08:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Holiday weekend camping

Many people, probably few of whom are on this site, camp 3 weekends a year; Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, due to the long weekends. I've fortunately reached the point where I can have a long weekend anytime, and so avoid the "big 3". Even better will be when I'm able to go exclusively during the week and leave the weekends to those who have no other choice. :)
brirene 04/29/16 10:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What are you reading?

Reading Mr. Merced es by Stephen King right now. How do you like it? That's on my list. Just starting Dead Wake, by Eric Larson. Loved Devil in the White City by him a few years ago.
brirene 04/29/16 07:22am RV Lifestyle
RE: Spring

Lots of improvements at the Biscuit domain, huh? Love those autumn blaze. We've had a couple of outings, but spring has definitely sprung at the brirene estate, and graduations are popping up all over, so have to shift focus. At least for a while. May will be busy!
brirene 04/27/16 04:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Slide-out Toppers

Love mine.
brirene 04/27/16 11:42am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Removing tires

I did mine per axle. Seemed easier to run one axle up on a ramp to lift the other, then reverse to finish the other one. YMMV.
brirene 04/27/16 05:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Pepper Stout Beef

They sounds great! Have some yard work scheduled for the weekend, so this might be the secondary project. Thanks for sharing!
brirene 04/25/16 02:55pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: More ash borer news

If anyone thinks we can change nature then they aren't thinking clearly! SMH. Ever had any vaccines for flu, polio, tb? Ever had pasteurized milk? Drank any chlorinated water lately? Yes, and even that doesn't guarantee any immunity! Exactly, but it slowed the spread of disease, similar to...oh, I don't know...not moving firewood might slow the spread of eab until a "vaccine" is developed? :W Have a great camping season, dodge guy! :)
brirene 04/24/16 01:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: 3/4 ton and 5ver question...Yes, yet another one.

Seems like too much trailer for that truck. My '05 was pretty much maxed out with my 2200 pin weight. Much happier with the one ton.
brirene 04/24/16 10:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: More ash borer news

If anyone thinks we can change nature then they aren't thinking clearly! SMH. Ever had any vaccines for flu, polio, tb? Ever had pasteurized milk? Drank any chlorinated water lately?
brirene 04/23/16 05:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: What are you reading?

Currently have The Solace of Open Spaces, Gretel Ehrlich in book form and Edward Abbey's Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness going on Audible.
brirene 04/23/16 04:27pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Flatscreen TV replacement and vibration

I've just got a regular Philips 32" that moves from S&b to fiver when we go. Rides on the bed till we stop. Another smaller generic one that's mounted and stays in the bedroom and travels. No problems with either one. I think you can find ones "specially made" for rv'ing, but, of course, they're more expensive.
brirene 04/23/16 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 5th Wheel Hitch alignment Camera

When I was considering doing that, I always planned on mounting it towards the top of the rear window. You'll find that the more you tow, the easier it will be to get the right position without any visual aids. I just look in the mirror and am usually within an inch or two of center. Works for me. By the way, welcome to the forum! I neglected to mention that I have a trifold tonneau so can't actually see the hitch. You get used to where it is.
brirene 04/23/16 08:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: This blocked full timing for a while

Sorry to hear of your troubles. Best wishes for a speedy recovery! Definitely gives one pause...
brirene 04/22/16 09:52pm RV Lifestyle
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