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RE: Shenango River Lake Campground, Transfer, PA

Looks nice.I like your blog.
RGar974417 09/02/15 10:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How do you store/secure your portable generator?

The Honda 3000i Handi is only 78lbs. I use a Master lock cable through the handle when at the campground while it is running. I then put it in the van when done.
RGar974417 08/31/15 07:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: asateague island camping ?'s

if you need full hookups, try the state park in Maryland or Chincoteague, Virginia. No hookups at the national park. Rick The Maryland side only has electric and just one loop. September is a great time to be there. Slightly cooler but the water is still warm.
RGar974417 08/31/15 08:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Mad Max Rig

looks more like a SWAT truck than a camper.
RGar974417 08/31/15 08:41am General RVing Issues
RE: I-69 RV Wreck

Two weeks ago,we went upstate Pa. I-81 around Pine Grove was one lane both ways for construction. South bound was a minor 2 car accident.Traffic was backed up 15 miles.Not one state police officer anywhere. Luckily,we were north bound.It was slow but moving.We were on 3 interstates, I-78,I-81 and I-80.Not one state cop anywhere. When we came home Tuesday,they decided to have a truck check at the only rest area around and there was no way anyone but a truck could use the rest area.
RGar974417 08/31/15 08:21am General RVing Issues
RE: asateague island camping ?'s

The electric loop is the hardest to get into. We stay in the National Park bayside campground because they have some trees an grass.Two loops allow generators during certain hours.
RGar974417 08/30/15 01:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Virginia State parks new site specific policy

Thanks for the heads up on the subject. I see what you mean now. One of my fave sites at Chippokes isn't reservable. (Kinda of wish it was.) Looks like the reservable sites have photos now. Actually,Chippokes has some reservable sites.I know this because I resevered one for the end of September. Many state parks are like that and I prefer that so I know I can reserve my favorite site.
RGar974417 08/28/15 03:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cleaning materials

Awesome at the dollar store. Yes,it's 1 dollar.Works as good as anything on the market.
RGar974417 08/25/15 07:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fort Wilderness Campground

We stayed in the 400 loop and it's about 2 blocks to the trading post,Hoope De Do Revue and landing where you get the boat for the Majic Kingdom. We could pick up a bus for the Animal Kingdom right at the bus stop on the road by our loop. Same for Splash Mountain. It's maybe 3 blocks to the pool and the Chip and Dale Show.
RGar974417 08/24/15 10:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Central Pa to Cape May NJ, best route?

We used to take 41 into Delaware then go over the Delaware Memorial Bridge and take the first exit to yhr right before you pay the toll. Then take 49 through Bridgeton and Millville then Garden State Parkway to Cape May.Other than going through Bridgeton,it's pretty good with few traffic lights and nice 2 lane highway through the farming areas of the state. It's really nice if you can drive through there at night when there is little traffic.We would leave around midnight and arrive around 5am.
RGar974417 08/23/15 03:48pm Roads and Routes
RE: Table Rock SP SC

RGar974417 08/22/15 03:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone 2016

What is the best route into Yellowstone pulling a 27 ft TT.We will be on I-80 in Nebraska.Need a good route from I-80 to Yellowstone.
RGar974417 08/22/15 03:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Say goodbye to mom-n-pop RV parts shops

Maybe it's time our government starts enforcing anti trust laws.
RGar974417 08/22/15 03:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone 2016

Just be aware that all facilities may not be open and roads might still be closed. Mid May is pretty early for the park. For several reasons it's the only time we could go.What about the route? I -70 in Missouri to I-80 in Nebraska then which is best?
RGar974417 08/20/15 10:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recommend a riverside campground within 3-4 hours of Balt MD

It is a fairly new campground and pretty wide open.There are no really secluded spots.I beilieve campsite photos.com has pictures of every site.
RGar974417 08/19/15 08:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Yellowstone 2016

We are planning a trip to Yellowstone in mid May, 2016.We want to stay in the park.There are 2 campgrounds open during that time frame. Should we make reservations now? We will be traveling from Pa to Missouri to pick up our grand kids. When we leave Missouri,and good recommendations on over night stops? We prefer state or federal state parks.Full hookups not necessary.Electric would be nice. One more question. Best route into Yellowstone pulling a 27ft TT? Thanks.
RGar974417 08/19/15 07:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Keeping fridge cold while dry camping

Fill the fridge and run it the night before you leave. Then,put in a frozen gallon jug of water,one in the fridge and one in the freezer so it stays cold while traveling.Then turn on propane when you get there.We've been doing that for years.
RGar974417 08/19/15 06:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Recommend a riverside campground within 3-4 hours of Balt MD

I would agree with Jane's Island. They have a beach that is only accessible by boat. They have a canoe launch and canoe trails.
RGar974417 08/18/15 08:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Question on sewer at full hook-up site

No,they are not necessary.
RGar974417 08/18/15 03:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Extra Things to do regarding the RV?

If that is your goal, consider something other than a motor home. They are really expensive to leave sitting for months at a time. Second you will have to figure out how to get 120VAC or learn to live frugal. Most NF campgrounds are dry camping, even the host sites. Hosts might get water, but your going to need electricity, plus a means of getting rid of waste. In the far west most NF campgrounds are operated by contractors. The contractor hires camp hosts, usually for the season which can run from May to October. They do everything including cleaning the pit toilets. I think you need to rethink your ideas and goals and then come up with a plan. Many full timers do volunteer as camp hosts in state parks, staying 1 to 3 months in one place and maybe find another park for more time. This might be a better fit for your ideas? Maybe in the west National Forest campgrounds don't have electric,but in the east and south,most of them have electric and some have water too.
RGar974417 08/10/15 04:55pm Full-time RVing
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