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RE: What's the best deal you've gotten on a campground?

Overnight stop at Dancing Eagle Casino $10.00 with hook ups
TyroneandGladys 10/31/14 09:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where to stay in San Francisco?

Marin RV Park in Greenbrae rules state that your RV can not be over 15 years old.
TyroneandGladys 10/31/14 09:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: San Diego KOA or Chula Vista RV Resort

Chula Vista RV Resort does requests that any rig build before 2000 have a recent picture sent for review. So that they cab ensure that all of the rigs in the resort are in good condition and working order.
TyroneandGladys 10/31/14 06:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Getting expensive

1986 RV can afford to go go and go Neighbor 2008 RV cant afford to go. But neighbor wins the fanciest RV contest and we always wave as we leave
TyroneandGladys 10/30/14 06:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Santa Rosa RV Park Santa Rosa NM

Why I carry a 50 amp dogbone
TyroneandGladys 10/28/14 06:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: miles driven per day?

First of all - God bless ya; what a great venture! Driving? Depends on the roads and whether two lane or interstate. We generally figure about 250 miles or so per day if interstate and 200 or so if two lane - depends on the road. And we stop every couple of hours to stretch out backs, hit our self attached porta pottie and walk the dog. Another thing we do is if we do two single night overnights then the third one we stay two nights even if nothing is really there; just to relax. We try to plan that one for someplace we kinda would like to see just a little - maybe never been there before or need to do a grocery run, etc. Lauren X2 However we do figure 300 on Interstates
TyroneandGladys 10/28/14 06:44pm Roads and Routes
RE: Wyoming Wind Indicator.

Where is the anvil? It blew away :S
TyroneandGladys 10/25/14 04:15pm Roads and Routes
RE: toilette tissue

I know this has been brought up in the past, but I can't locate it. What is the best dissolving tissue? Any that does not dissolve before going into the toilet :R
TyroneandGladys 10/25/14 03:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: old school observation.... tire whacker

Drive a school bus and thump the tires twice a day.
TyroneandGladys 10/25/14 03:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Palo Duro Canyon

We are leaving on Sunday coming to Palo Duro Canyon. We will be staying at the Palo Duro RV Park in Canyon, TX. Our traveling companions require FHU sites and that is not available in the canyon I have been told. Looking forward to this trip. According to the internet the weather is supposed to be very good. We will be there for a week. Safe travels...... The campgrounds in the canyon have electric water and awesome scenery but no sewer
TyroneandGladys 10/21/14 06:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Williamsburg VA for Easter 2015

We stayed at the Anvil this year great people great park but there is the train behind the park that is noisy. Bus stop at the entrance made getting to Williamsburg very easy.
TyroneandGladys 10/15/14 09:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southern recomendations near I-40 (NM, TX, OK, AR or TN)

Palo Duro State Park south of Amarillo TX. Camp down in the second largest canyon in the US.
TyroneandGladys 10/14/14 05:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Palo Dura RV Park

Choice is parking lot with site for sewer and or scenic spots with out sewer
TyroneandGladys 10/10/14 06:40pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wind

You can tell it is winter in Phoenix because people wear socks with there flip flops
TyroneandGladys 10/08/14 01:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Colorado Indecision--Where to go this week?

200 miles south of you camp at Bear Lake hike West Spanish Peak and drive the Highway of Legends These look fantastic! Will have to plan ahead for next summer. These are a little further away than we wanted to drive this week, but look glorious. The elevations on the first two are a little high for October, I read there is quite a bit of snow up there already. That is the killer, having to worry about elevation as well as distance. I guess I'll learn but it is sure taking me awhile! Seems like it was much easier in Arizona, but have to realize we had 4 years to get used to RV'ing there. Just came back from there this afternoon no snow yet
TyroneandGladys 10/07/14 04:15pm Roads and Routes
RE: Colorado Indecision--Where to go this week?

200 miles south of you camp at Bear Lake hike West Spanish Peak and drive the Highway of Legends
TyroneandGladys 10/07/14 08:01am Roads and Routes
RE: Have any rv parks shut down,lower rates because of drought?

Depends on what you mean by "out west." The four corners states had a pretty decent monsoon season this year, so the drought has eased somewhat there. Good chunks of California and points directly north have not fared as well, but, as usual, it can be spotty even there. Lynn Arizona did get significant rain during the monsoon season. However, monsoons do little to fill the lakes that supply water. The monsoon rains tend to soak into the ground and not run off in to the lakes. Really need the heavy winter snowpacks for that. Largest lake in the Phoenix area is at 38% capacity with only 4 out of 10 boat ramps in the water.
TyroneandGladys 10/04/14 09:23am Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 287 from Denver to Amarillo

For the scenery, I go south to Raton, NM then head east on 87/64. Hit the Cauplin volcano. Then Loves for gas in Clayton, NM, then Mc donalds in Dalhart, TX. (87 turn into 385 here). Then turn left at Cal Farley's Boys Ranch, it's called Hwy 1061 this Dumps you into Amarillo. X2 If you do take 287 start looking for fuel when you hit 1/2 tank fuel stops can be a long long long way between stations. At Amarillo take 287 to SE of Wichita Falls TX pick up 82 to Texarkana before dropping down to I20 good road, shorter and you miss Dallas Fort Worth traffic plus you get to go to Paris.
TyroneandGladys 10/04/14 09:03am Roads and Routes
RE: Albuquerque to St. Louis

If you are not in a hurry drive the Santa Fe Trail from Santa Fe NM to Independence MO. Then take I 70 to Saint Louis. The Casino Queen RV park in Saint Louis is our choice very clean nice pull through sites and you can call for one of there shuttles to take you to the Metro Link station. Forest Park and the St. Louis Art museum should not be missed
TyroneandGladys 10/03/14 09:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: Leveling?

Anderson Levelers easiest way to level that I have ever used. I can see that they would be great with a TT. How do you use them on a Class C when 3 corners have to be raised different amounts? I know this is an extreme case but it does happen. Fist thought would be find another place. Failing that, keep in mind that for us if the food doesn't slide off the table that is close enough, place first Anderson under wheel needing the most lift back up a tad put under second tire and back up and place under last tire. We can level front to back in under 3 minutes and that is including the time to get the levelers out of storage.
TyroneandGladys 09/30/14 07:10pm Class C Motorhomes
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