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RE: Darker colored trailers.

Our 2006 Sunline TT had a light Maple interior which we loved. Made the whole interior bright and cheery and appear larger than it really was. :) Our '83 Sunline had a dark interior compared to our current TT, and like the above reply, lighter colors (not white in our case) make the interior appear more spacious. This is especially true since our TT does not have any slides. IIRCC at the time, Coachmen offered three different interior decors with a choice of a muted blue, a light green or beige/brown as accent colors. I've not seen blue or green in any interiors in years.
Drbolasky 04/29/16 07:58am Travel Trailers
RE: What have I gotten myself into? (long read, good story)

"My wife approached me with the concept that we really need to do more family things before the kids grow out of it and we miss out on important memories and stuff like that." Your wife is right!! Our two are 21 & 24; one in college and one in the Navy. Don't know where the time went but I would not trade the family time we had with our TT for ANYTHING. Worth every penny, and I don't even want to try to guesstimate what that total may be....... Welcome to the Forum. Enjoy & safe travels.
Drbolasky 04/11/16 07:11am Travel Trailers
RE: 18 days and counting down!

For our cross-country trips I would bring along the title to the TV & TT, in the event of a worst-case scenario in which one or both are totalled.
Drbolasky 04/10/16 06:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Getting old, sigh......

The mind is the second thing to go. Can't remember what the first thing is...................
Drbolasky 04/01/16 07:52am Around the Campfire
RE: RV Park Reviews

I use it to survey CG's in an area we are considering to visit, I use it to HELP me choose a CG, and I also submit reviews. Like many others have said, it is best to "read between the lines." One or two crank reviews out of a dozen is not a deal breaker. Rather, I look for consistent themes, like rude office personnel, out-of-control golf cart traffic, rules not enforced, etc. And yes, good things, too. I've often used the TL Campground Guide and I almost always solicit opinions here on the Forum.
Drbolasky 03/29/16 01:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tacoma Narrow bridge

I don't know, it looks kind of narrow to me! (combined) 8 lanes is narrow? It's actually two bridges - one for northbound traffic and one for southbound!
Drbolasky 03/26/16 07:53am Roads and Routes
RE: East Coast Vacation Input Needed?

My picks would be (in no particular order) Myrtle Beach SC, Charleston SC and Savannah GA.
Drbolasky 03/24/16 02:58pm Around the Campfire
RE: E. Shroudsburg, Pa. 78-33-80 for our c.g.?

Agree with jfkmk, above. If you think you'll be passing through this area during morning or afternoon rush hour, avoid Rt. 22 and take I-78.
Drbolasky 03/24/16 02:43pm Roads and Routes
RE: Chama,NM

We visited Chama in 2009 and used Little Creel CG. Nothing special but then for us it was simply a place to sleep and nothing more. Easy access, and they also have sites along the river. Enjoy & safe travels.
Drbolasky 03/22/16 03:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Planning trip to Charleston SC

What naturist said. In town, take a tour of the historic areas. Visit Magnolia Plantation just down the road and the HL Hunley project at the Warren Lasch Conservation facility in North Charleston. We also enjoyed the SC Aquarium.
Drbolasky 03/17/16 07:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Skidaway Island is a gem

We stayed there in 2011, before the upgrades to the hookups. Typically we prefer FHU campsites but we were more than happy with our time at Skidaway Island. Great place.
Drbolasky 03/14/16 06:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Charleston Area

James Island County Park. We've also stayed at Oak Plantation, but JICP is far better, IMHO.
Drbolasky 03/14/16 06:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Just a warning

As luck would have it I have a 5 am report for work, so I lose the hour of sleep. Planned ahead though - just finished a nap.
Drbolasky 03/12/16 03:04pm Around the Campfire
RE: You can tell it's winter

If I don't recognize the number, I don't answer it. Ditto.
Drbolasky 03/10/16 09:33am Around the Campfire
RE: Cal's 1, RV's & bicyclists

On the flip side as a driver I find it really annoying when bike riders assert their rights and right on not only very dangerous roads, but that interfere with traffic. Exercising a right doesn't make it right. And why pray tell, would anyone purposely put themselves in what is clearly a dangerous situation? Well said, and very telling coming from one who also rides.
Drbolasky 03/10/16 09:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Article in TIME mag - Driverless Cars

Interesting replies so far. In my post-retirement "career" I am driving motor coach part-time. A good chunk of my company's revenue comes from those who live in my area and commute to New York City on a daily basis. Let's just say I see a lot of drivers who should NOT be behind the wheel.
Drbolasky 03/08/16 08:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Where to go with grandkids

I'll also second the motion on Knoebel's Grove (in Elysburg, PA). A great old-fashioned park that charges no admission fee - you pay only for the rides you want to ride, so if Grandma & Grandpa just want to sit and watch the kids have fun it doesn't cost you anything. Food is good and reasonably priced. There is a CG attached to the park but it is electric only. There are some full service CG's nearby. Hershey Park is nice, too, very modern and more expensive. We also liked the Jellystone Park near Luray Caverns. We no longer patronize Jellystones (long story) but there is stuff for kids to do right in the park, including a small waterpark. If you have time for a good day trip from the Luray area, drive over to Cass WV and ride the Cass Scenic Railroad. Enjoy & safe travels.
Drbolasky 03/08/16 08:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Article in TIME mag - Driverless Cars

Saw an article in TIME magazine today but did not get to read the entire article. Anyone else? If so, what's your take?
Drbolasky 03/04/16 05:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: Things that I wish I had said !

Always take the high road. There's a lot less traffic.
Drbolasky 03/03/16 09:18am Around the Campfire
RE: Looking for the right floor plan

Consider possibly the Flagstaff FLT26RLWS. Sounds close to what you are seeking and it is a unit we are looking at as a possible replacement (when the time comes) for our current TT. n Good luck and happy shopping!
Drbolasky 03/03/16 09:07am Travel Trailers
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