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RE: little bighorn battleground to yellowstone friendly route

Regarding the Pronghorns, they're beautiful but not "Roads" scholars. (Insert groan here). Ba dump dump...ladies and gentlemen, Jim Shoe! Drive safely going home! :B
brirene 07/29/14 06:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Grand Haven, MI in early September

Thanks everyone for the information. If the kids cannot take 2 days off we will go somewhere further south on the lake. Are there any areas similar to Grand Haven with an interesting town, pier,etc.? Holland sp has similar lake and beach access, as well as a cg area slightly further inland, but not nearly as convenient to town. There are other activities within walking or biking distance.
brirene 07/29/14 06:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Zep or Wax on new TT

I'm a proponent of the Zep process for surfaces that are oxidized and difficult to revive. That said, if I had a new unit I would maintain with waxing. I can't really tell you why; guess I'm a practical purist.
brirene 07/29/14 10:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Is a Tundra out of the Question

If all your numbers are accurate, looks like a good match, imo. Definitely look into a weight distributing hitch.
brirene 07/29/14 10:16am Travel Trailers
RE: B&W Champanion Hitch

I don't know about the Ford application specifically, but the Companion hitch is tough to beat. Very solid. And B&W customer service is exceptional.
brirene 07/29/14 10:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: little bighorn battleground to yellowstone friendly route

90 west to 89 south and in through Gardiner doesn't have any real difficult issues, iirc. X2 Except for the deer I hit with the toad coming out lol. Very true. Judging by the number of dead pronghorns lying next to the road, and the live ones standing next to it, they're not the brightest creatures. Definitely something to watch out for.
brirene 07/29/14 10:06am Roads and Routes
RE: Grand Haven, MI in early September

Even though Grand Haven is a "parking lot on the beach", it's still a great place. Situated on a channel, you can walk out on a pier to the lighthouse, or along the channel all the way into town. Great for biking, too. That said, Hoffmaster is a beautiful, wooded cg, as described above. Imo, one can't go wrong either way, depending on what you're looking for.
brirene 07/29/14 06:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: picking up our new 5th wheel, need advice

You'll find towing the fiver will probably be easier. Backing will be a bit different, as noted, but you will get used to that too. Just try not to put yourself in a situation where you need to backup if dw is your spotter. Enjoy the ride!
brirene 07/28/14 08:25pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: little bighorn battleground to yellowstone friendly route

90 west to 89 south and in through Gardiner doesn't have any real difficult issues, iirc.
brirene 07/28/14 07:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Blowout

I think 3 years is pretty much a minimum for "well cared for" ST's. I've got 4 on mine, and fully expect another season, but will replace after that.
brirene 07/28/14 04:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Recommendations for consignment sale in Indiana?

Only thing I would say is that CW has national exposure. Of course, with the internets so does the other one if buyers take a few extra steps. Which one gives YOU the best deal?
brirene 07/27/14 11:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Goodyear and/or Maxxis owners

I've had GY Marathons on mine for the past four years after replacing the oem. Yes, they were made in China. They've been problem free to date. My understanding is that qc was increased in GY's China plants several years ago, and seems to have resulted in fewer problems, at least by my observation here on the forum.
brirene 07/26/14 09:30am Travel Trailers
RE: freezing fresh corn on cob

We've blanched and frozen on the cob. Ok, but not great. I much prefer blanching,cutting it off of the cob, then freezing
brirene 07/25/14 06:09pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 4th marriage at 80

Ugh, egh!
brirene 07/25/14 06:03pm Around the Campfire
RE: Old Station Wagon Slide In.

Very cool! I'm embarrassed to say I can't recognize the vehicle, or the year. I know someone will know.
brirene 07/24/14 07:19pm Truck Campers
RE: Just snuck in

That sounds great! Someone else just posted about being there at that time a week or so ago. Yeah, I'm jealous!
brirene 07/23/14 09:10pm Truck Campers
RE: New Bodiak front hitch

Can you tell me if the hitch bolts on to the front recovery hooks or do you remove the hooks and bolt to the same holes the hooks attach to? Bodiak attaches directly to the tow hooks.
brirene 07/23/14 09:02pm Truck Campers
RE: New Bodiak front hitch

Looks good. What are you going to haul on it?
brirene 07/23/14 02:32pm Truck Campers
RE: Thousand Trails Webinair

I don't know, but just remember "nothing is free"!
brirene 07/22/14 06:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Locking out overdrive???

Don't worry about it unless you notice it hunting for gears excessantly. If its staying in od and not shifting constantly then you should be fine. I wouldn't tow in fourth exclusively.
brirene 07/22/14 06:49am Towing
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