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RE: Truck Campers really are an "elite" group

I feel that number to be pretty close around here, I would say I see 123 other campers to every 1 TC, will make it hard to sell when I move to something different.
1stgenfarmboy 07/12/15 07:34am Truck Campers
RE: Who among the TC owners has been most helpful?

I have gleaned some very helpfull thoughts and ideas from many on here, the two Chet mentioned are in top, but i have enjoyed Chet's posts probably the most expecially through the cold winter months. and a personal thanks to you Chet for some of your thoughts and suggestions on places to stay. Darwin & Barb
1stgenfarmboy 07/06/15 10:18am Truck Campers
RE: You Know Your A Redneck When...

When you load up the camper and drive out in the back field to camp, after cutting the hay it's like a new place and it just beggs to be camped in.
1stgenfarmboy 07/06/15 10:08am Truck Campers
RE: Truck camping in Yosemite questions

I will pulling a very small trailer with my small dual sport motorcycle on it, we use it for commuting if weather permits, so no road is to bad for me.... we hike, nothing more than 12-13 miles a day we are getting older and the next day after a long hike is not pleasant, we bird watch, and just enjoy nature, as I suspected the crowds can be a problem in the summer months ( and we are not really fond of lots of people) I guess if we go early we just need to be prepared for snow and cool weather as we have seen today with many inches of snow in the high country of the park, I am totally self contained so I would prefer dispersed camping. thanks for all the replies.
1stgenfarmboy 05/15/15 09:36am Truck Campers
RE: Truck camping in Yosemite questions

great info folks thank you so much and keep them coming..
1stgenfarmboy 05/14/15 07:12pm Truck Campers
Truck camping in Yosemite questions

Starting early planning for 2016 Yosemite/Sequoia 30th anniversary trip for my wife and I, wanting some feed back of a subject that has been beat to death, If I camp in normal campgrounds I don't worry about getting a spot, how hard will it be to drive up and get a camp spot in these two parks, I can adjust my arrival time where I get to Yosemite ( the hardest to get a spot I imagine ) on a Monday. we are staying 5 days in each park. some of you guys/gals that camp in these two parks often give me your thoughts and must see things. I can go from April to September, but preferably when tioga pass is open. we were out there in 2002 but didn't camp and just blew through the valley to say we saw it. thank you Dar & Barb
1stgenfarmboy 05/14/15 01:13pm Truck Campers
RE: TC travels, 2014 TR, Pg 904, 2015 TR pg 964

So good to hear from you Chet and Ms. Janet, Hope you had a great and pain free Christmas, hope y'all have many miles of camping this next year. Dar
1stgenfarmboy 12/27/14 07:54am Truck Campers
RE: A Camper Window with a View 3

On the BRPW 9/5/2011, our 25th anniversary meal, I wouldn't have traded for the finest restaurant on earth. http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz18/1STGENFARMBOY/Shenandoah%20and%20BRPW%20trip/P9040786-Copy.jpg
1stgenfarmboy 12/22/14 01:55pm Truck Campers
RE: TC Tour of Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks

Thanks you two for the report, it takes me back to 02 when I had my family out there, being among those giants is the most spiritual spot I have been outside the church walls, and on some days when the sun shines through just right even more so. It is a wonderful place, and I understand what you are saying about Yosemite being loved to death......and it is ashamed.
1stgenfarmboy 11/12/14 07:06pm Truck Campers
RE: rear end gears

another vote for 4.10's, every truck I have owned with 4.10's has gotten the same or better than the same engine with 3.55's, loaded and unloaded. all have been a cummins though.
1stgenfarmboy 09/17/14 03:58pm Truck Campers
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