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RE: Odie of the Outback, Capital Reef style.

In addition to still having "it," you have apparently become the Designated FlatTireGetter for all of us. Thank you so much for that and for the great trip report.
Tiger4x4RV 11/15/14 02:03pm Truck Campers
RE: BLM camping?

The BLM provides much info online in a fairly standardized format. Go to a state's BLM page (Google or the BLM national home page will lead you to it), click the What We Do tab, click Recreation, click Camping. You will often find the maps there. If not, use the contact info provided on the website. I've had good luck in getting responses to very specific e-mail queries ("Can I camp at location XYZ?" not "Can I camp in your state?") Here is an example from Arizona BLM: http://www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/recreation/camping.html
Tiger4x4RV 11/14/14 02:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: TR: Some time at the Reef

Thanks for sharing your trip.
Tiger4x4RV 11/11/14 07:20am Truck Campers
RE: September in Washington (North Cascades & Olympics)

This is going into my inspiration file for next year. Thanks for sharing.
Tiger4x4RV 10/27/14 09:47am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: old school observation.... tire whacker

Ah, the memories. When I bought my DRW RV in 1991, I thumped the tires every morning. Also checked oil every morning. Now, I rely on the computer to tell me most of the time. Thumping is also used for choosing melons and is part of telling when homemade bread is done baking.
Tiger4x4RV 10/24/14 10:21am General RVing Issues
RE: TR: roaming the Parashant

I've missed your trip reports. It's good to see you back.
Tiger4x4RV 10/21/14 03:47pm Truck Campers
RE: TR: Anza Borrego and Ghost Mountain

What an adventure for kids, to be able to imagine how it might have been to live up on Ghost Mountain. Great photos. Thanks for sharing.
Tiger4x4RV 10/20/14 03:41pm Truck Campers
RE: Prescott Nat Forest in mid-November -- what's it like?

National Weather Service archived day-by-day weather observations for November a year ago in Prescott, AZ: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/climate/index.php?wfo=fgz NWS has vast stores of data which can help in trip planning.
Tiger4x4RV 10/17/14 09:23am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Furnace help

Owner's manual for that model is online: http://www.gmcmi.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Suburban_Dyna-Trail.pdf
Tiger4x4RV 10/10/14 08:43pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Reference guide for tent camping

Here is the site I mentioned earlier plus another one: Ultimate Public Campground Project AllStays I hope this helps.
Tiger4x4RV 10/10/14 05:55pm Tent Camping
RE: Reference guide for tent camping

Tom Steinstra's books are good. RV, tent, hike-in, bike-in, even boat- in. Look at them in a bookstore or see sample pages online before you buy. There are some good websites for tenting sites. I will try to remember to find my bookmarks for them when I get to my home computer tonight. One of them is The Ultimate Public Campground site. It has excellent search tools and is also available as an app; you can see basic info with the app even when you are offline, must go online for full details.
Tiger4x4RV 10/10/14 01:09pm Tent Camping
RE: Devils Postpile Nat'l Monument at Mammoth Lakes CA

I think you are allowed to drive in if very early in the day, before shuttle bus starts running. After that campers only. Check with Inyo NF when the spring season opens.
Tiger4x4RV 10/06/14 08:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: SIMPLE HIKING GPS ?

Oasisbob, All that said, no one should rely solely on a GPS receiver. Bring along a real map (topo) and compass and learn how to plot your location (as measured by the GPS) on your map. Also learn how to navigate with your compass and map. For where I go and what I do, these skills are, quite frankly, lifesaving. Steve X2 on that! In the days before GPS, I spent some time as a volunteer instructor introducing newbies to the outdoors in both urban and remote wilderness. Our mantra was STAY FOUND. Carry a map. Figure out where you are on the map before you start. Look at local landmarks or "handrails" - This hike will stay between the freeway and the lake or this hike will stay in the valley between these mountain ranges. Pause at each intersection and figure out where you are again, including a glance back down the trail to see what it looks like in the other direction. Updating for modern tech: I now take photos of the kiosk map at the trailhead and of the trail along the way; I can refer to them along the trail if need be. I carry digital topo maps downloaded free from USGS in my iPod Touch. I also sometimes scan or photograph hiking guidebook pages and carry them along in paper or digital format. Make your technology work for you. Otherwise, it is just more weight in your pack. And no, I do not have a GPS. If I ever decide to get one, it will probably be a Garmin.
Tiger4x4RV 10/06/14 09:31am Family Camping
RE: Does anybody make a 12 VDC, AA Battery Charger?

Duracell. I have other chargers, but the Duracells have been the best. Have not yet tried eneloop.
Tiger4x4RV 10/04/14 11:22am Technology Corner
RE: How much is an RV parking space at home worth to you?

When I bought in 1985, I did not yet have an RV. One factor in being able to afford to buy an RV in 1991 was the availability of a legal RV spot at the house. A couple of times over the years I have looked for larger houses, never found one I liked that had legal RV parking, which had come to mean a lot to me. BTW, quite a few houses said they had RV parking in the ad, but investigation showed it to not be legal. I recently moved to a senior mobile home park with a storage lot. The cost is minimal to use that lot and no RV parking is allowed at my new house except for loading and unloading. This has been a painful change, not just the aging and health issues which forced the move but also not having the RV right there and ready to go. Loading will now have to be all at once instead of a bit each day. That was a long leadup to my answer to the O P's question. Is RV parking at the house worth paying extra for the house? YES!
Tiger4x4RV 10/03/14 09:44am General RVing Issues
RE: TC to Class C - anyone have a locking differential?

I agree. My LS has engaged several times and really made a helpful difference. My Tiger is built on a stock Chevy 4x4 pickup chassis with a few extras that I ordered like LS and skid plate. Most MH's probably do not have such factory options.
Tiger4x4RV 10/02/14 04:20pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: TC to Class C - anyone have a locking differential?

Tigers (http://www.tigervehicles.com/) come with all sorts of 4WD options. You can order regular, extended, or crew cabs. There are several models and lengths of Tigers. My Tiger has 4WD with a limited-slip differential. I am happy with that. Most of my 4WD travel is what you might call "4WD lite" - smallish rocks, sand, gravel, maybe a bit of mud. You are not going to be able to rock-crawl or do Jeep sorts of things with any vehicle as large as you are talking about unless maybe you get something with a Fuso chassis.
Tiger4x4RV 10/01/14 11:32am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Freedom campers

I found a page for a pop-up tent trailer on the Forest River RV page. Rockwood "Freedom Series." Might that be what you saw? link
Tiger4x4RV 09/30/14 04:37pm Truck Campers
RE: TR: Oregon Cascades Part 2, The Sisters

Thanks for sharing. I'm planning an Eastern Oregon trip for next year, will put this info into the file.
Tiger4x4RV 09/28/14 10:52am Truck Campers
RE: Campgrounds going south on 395 from Reno

Bishop Field Office of the BLM has several campgrounds, $2.50 per night with your interagency senior pass. Tuttle Creek is the prettiest, Goodale Creek in usually the quietest. http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/bishop/camping/index.html Extra charge for dump station at the camps that have one. Don't count on there being any water. Directions and further info on the site linked above.
Tiger4x4RV 09/27/14 06:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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