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RE: Jackson Wy to Idaho Falls, Id

Just did it in May pulling a 26ft TT.There are some twists and turns but I don't remember it being scary at all.
RGar974417 09/19/16 09:25am Roads and Routes
RE: Colorado residents don't want tourists anymore

As a native Coloradoan, I get zero of your money, and quite frankly, it wouldn't bother me a bit if the tourists stayed home. The real problem is that there are just too many people these days, ad I know I'm part of the problem when I visit other states. You sure do get some of their money when they pay gas tax,it helps to pay for your roads. When they pay sales tax,it helps to pay for other things that otherwise would come out of your pocket instead of the tourists.Plus, they spend money at local businesses which employs citizens of your state who pay taxes that other wise would come out of your pocket.
RGar974417 09/19/16 09:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wildlife

I had that happen too.
RGar974417 09/18/16 04:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Idaho Campground

We were at Yellowstone in May and went in the west entrance because the south entrance wasn't open. We went past a nice lake with what appeared to be a nice campground right next to the highway. Not sure if it was at Henry's lake or Island Resivoir.
RGar974417 09/17/16 11:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Summer 2017 - Trip Suggestions

How about going east? Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina is nice. You have your choices of water and electric or full hookups,shade or sun. You are a short walk to the beach, they have a nice store, you can tour Atalya which was the house where the original owners lived. You are a short distance from Murrel's Inlet and some good restaurants. Or, Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are campgrounds in the National Park and along the Parkway, but none have hookups. There are several good Federal parks close by the Parkway like Sherando Lake and Goose Point. Or Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky. We stayed at Canal Campground which is either Forest Service or COE. Choice of water and electric or full hookups. Some sites are on the water where you can watch ships and barges go by. Swimming beach.
RGar974417 09/12/16 10:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: First time east coast in a motorhome

Myrtle Beach we loved Huntington Beach State Park. Have your choice of shaded or open sites. Some full hookups, the rest with water and electric. Short walk to the beach. You can visit Atalya,the former home of the owners of the property. They have great nature programs. You are just down the road from Murrel's Inlet where they have some great restaurants.
RGar974417 09/07/16 05:08pm Roads and Routes
RE: So Surprised! I'm speechless!

Barker is very at good at customer support. I had a barker jack where one of the micro switches went bad. I called them to order one and they sent me 2,no cost!
RGar974417 09/07/16 05:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Strange goings on

OK, thanks. It always seemed like the first new post ame up after I looked or commented on a thread.
RGar974417 09/07/16 08:42am Forum Technical Support
Strange goings on

I have recently noticed that some threads I have never looked at or commented on say " Go to first new post". Then others I have commented on don't say that. Anyone know what's up with that?
RGar974417 09/02/16 01:26pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Phoenix to Dubois WY

Can't say about the roads other than 26 in Wyoming is decent. We stayed at the Longhorn Ranch and RV Park just outside of Dubois.It was $49 a night for full hookups. It is a nice campground with decent spacing between sites right next to the Wind River.They have a nice store and the bath houses are the best I have ever seen. They are individual bathrooms with a toilet, sink and shower just like in your own home.
RGar974417 08/31/16 08:59am Roads and Routes
RE: Indiana Interstate 70

3 years ago we went to Missouri and I-70 through Indiana was terrible but they were working on it. This year we took I-70 to Indianapolis then I-74 to I-72 to get to RT 36 across Missouri. They were still working on it in May. We have also taken I-64 across Missouri which is in much better shape and less traffic.
RGar974417 08/31/16 08:54am Roads and Routes
RE: Pilot truck stops

Did you mean parking spots or gas pumps? If gas pumps, I have only seen one pilot with designated RV pumps and I believe that was in Nebraska.
RGar974417 08/31/16 08:51am Roads and Routes
RE: Beach boondocking on the mid-east coast

RGar974417 08/29/16 07:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Beach boondocking on the mid-east coast

I believe the Outer Banks may be your best bet. There are 4 National Park Campgrounds. Most are first come first serve. Since it's Labor Day Weekend, kids are back in school so there won't be as many people camping. Get there as early as you can. We prefer the National Park's Frisco Campground. There's also Cape point, Oregon Inlet and Oracoke.
RGar974417 08/29/16 07:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rt 89A Flagstaff to Sedona

We did it 20 years ago pulling a 24ft TT. It's a beautiful drive but not for bigger trailers for sure.
RGar974417 08/29/16 10:47am Roads and Routes
RE: Camping without the kids part 1: West Virginia & Virginia

How about videos or pictures of the campgrounds you stay in? The campground we stayed at in VA wouldn't make our highlight reel:E It was at the bottom of our list for sure. The campground in Chattanooga was really nice, but we didn't spend too much time there. We explored the area and basically slept and showered at the campground. Maybe we'll make a point to get video of the campgrounds we stay in from now on. I thought about it at the first campground because the areas beautiful, but the campground itself was a bit shifty. Just throwing this out there, if you ever get to the Gettysburg area with the kids there's a campground we frequent called Drummer Boy. Super clean and the kids love it. Great place for a week stay. Ed We were just in Gettysburg in July and stayed at Pine Grove Furnace SP, but it was a bit of a drive to Gettysburg. We'll need to checkout Drummer Boy when we head back. Thanks for the tip! We love Pine Grove Furnace. We have stayed there several times. A few other Pa state parks we have enjoyed are Locust Lake,Ricketts Glenn and Promised Land,Pickeral Point Campground.
RGar974417 08/27/16 10:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping without the kids part 1: West Virginia & Virginia

How about videos or pictures of the campgrounds you stay in?
RGar974417 08/25/16 12:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Black Hills Campground

Rafter J in Hill City is a nice commercial campground. The section we stayed in was very secluded.I believe it was the lower ranch camp section. We had the second site from the end. Besides that there is Custer State Park. They have several campgrounds with electric hookups only.
RGar974417 08/25/16 12:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: It's that time again!

We love to camp in Sepetmber,October and even Novemeber.
RGar974417 08/25/16 11:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Why do you prefer your rig?

We have a 26 ft TT with one slide. Sometimes we take the grandkids with and the extra room is nice. We also prefer a seperate bedroom and the extra storage a larger unit gives you.But 26ft is my limit .
RGar974417 08/20/16 01:10pm General RVing Issues
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