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RE: Inflatable Hideabed Mattress

Ours deflated stays in the same position as when inflated and you either store the sofa or open it up.
Us out West 10/07/15 07:23pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Plymouth,Ca. to Reno, Nevada

Whenever we go to the Jackson Plymouth area we use 395 to 88. Great roads to get over the hill...and nice scenery too. Safe travels.
Us out West 10/07/15 05:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: montana 3790 warranty denial

Something doesnt seem to add up here... What are the reasons they both gave for denying a waranty claim? Agree....not sure the whole story is being presented here. 2 sides to every 'complaint'.
Us out West 10/06/15 07:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Contemplating jayco pinnacle

The fit & finish in our Pinnacle is....well...beautiful and the quality of the fit and finish one can't miss. The comments we have received (have been asked "do you mind if we look") are mostly 'Wow'!! We ordered our rig, rather than taking one off a lot that had a lot of lookers going thru them, so we could spec it the way we wanted. Didn't mind the wait at all since it was ordered in the winter. After a couple of early issues that were taken care of quickly under the Jayco 2 year warranty our 36KPTS has been everything we expected in a quality 5ver. IF we ever had an inclination to change units it would be another Jayco Pinnacle. This is our 'home' for about 9 months of the year and has served us well.
Us out West 10/06/15 04:01pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pacific Northwest suggestions needed

Wine Country RVPark in Prosser, WA was a great stay for us in July. Check it out. If you are planning on visiting the Seattle area we stayed at Gig Harbor RV Resort and was a perfect location for visiting the many things to see including taking the ferry to Seattle. Our Trip Entry. Hope this helps and safe travels.
Us out West 10/03/15 11:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New DISH Subscriber With Questions

Don't even remember when I cranked up the OTA...no need to. We have DISH with Pathway X2 and so easy to get locals after a move there is no need for fooling around with the OTA.
Us out West 10/02/15 07:40pm Technology Corner
RE: Hurricane Joaquin - BIG CHANGE IN PLANS

BIG CHANGE IN PLANS !!! We were out for our morning walk trying to get done before the rains starts. Well, unfortunately my wife tripped on the sidewalk, fell to the ground and broke 3 fingers on her right hand. So it can rain all it wants since our travel plans are now on hold. The emergency room took x-rays and did a temporary splint. First thing tomorrow we have an appointment with the hand surgeon for a thorough exam determination as to what is needed. Oh my. First things first...best to the wife getting the hand taken care of.
Us out West 10/01/15 09:27pm Snowbirds
RE: Picacho Peak Az

First of all Picacho Peak is NOT a destination place but a place to visit and take in some of the ambiance and history in this area of the SW. Like visiting Tombstone, Bisby, Benson, Katchner Caverns, Nogales...and the list goes on. If traveling 5 miles to stock up on food, fuel etc. is to far for some so be it. :h Food Town IGA is a full-service grocery store with an on-site butcher shop, bakery and deli in Eloy. Link to store. If one wants the big box stores, more choices for dining, a Regional Medical Center then Casa Grande is only 18 miles N on I-10. Oh, and there is plenty of things to do in Casa Grande and the area surrounding. You don't have to stay cooped up in your rig or the clubhouse where you stay. Someone mentioned dust storms...good gracious. Dust storms are all over the SW and South...it's desert!!! :S One year driving through the Phoenix area we encountered a dust storm...we still go to Phoenix. To the OP: With all that said enjoy your travels and Picacho Peak could be one you'll enjoy.
Us out West 10/01/15 03:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Picacho Peak Az

Although we did not stay there the Picacho Peak SP looks fine for a stay and the scenery is stunning. We visited the area last March to take in The Battle of Picacho Peak reenactment...an annual event. Our Trip Journal entry. http://i195.photobucket.com/albums/z175/PChatters/Picacho%20Peak/Pichaco%20Peak%202015%20052_zpsrlnvfovf.jpg We stay in Casa Grande which is not far at all (18 miles) and there are smaller towns closer like Eloy (less than 5 miles) that have services including RV Parks with all the amenities including full hookups if that is what you want.
Us out West 10/01/15 12:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hurricane Joaquin - BIG CHANGE IN PLANS

Sure Florida is fine as the hurricane is East. The issue is the in between up the coast and where the OP is currently located...in PA...and where the storm is headed. He'll get safely on his way after the weather system passes. No need to rush.
Us out West 10/01/15 12:00pm Snowbirds
RE: Who is going South this Winter?

We are on the road heading south at this time. chevman That's not fair!!! You going to beat us down to Casa Grande? Safe travels Larry & Linda....see you down there.
Us out West 09/30/15 08:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hurricane Joaquin - BIG CHANGE IN PLANS

might want to check the weather again - according to what I see, the rain and inclement weather is actually headed towards Pennsylvania, not Florida. That is why he is staying in PA until the storm passes. Good move OP. Safe travels.
Us out West 09/30/15 07:57pm Snowbirds
RE: Who is going South this Winter?

We are newbie snowbirds, too. We're heading southwest as soon as all the leaves are off the trees, and the lawn raked. Born and raised in Green Bay and remember raking leaves mixed in with some snow. With the leaves wet it made it easy raking. Living in Reno now and the leaves are coming off the trees in the yard, although the weather has been warm in the 80's the last couple of weeks, we can't wait to head to Casa Grande in mid-November. Safe travels.
Us out West 09/30/15 07:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to buy a Thousand Trails resell?

We looked at business' like Thousand Trails some years back. They are basically Timeshares for RVers. After doing research including talking to some that have Memberships we said no....instead travel to places/locations that we want to go to and not just go to places that have Membership CG' s, to justify the high cost to be a Member, that could have not so good reviews. The savings in $ by not being tied down to a RV Timeshare is worth it to us to be 'free' to stay where and when we want to go and how long we want to stay in one place for extended times. Good luck to the OP in making a good decision for...you.
Us out West 09/30/15 07:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: 395 vs 101, north of Reno/Mendocino, late October?

At the end of October, you may get temps around freezing over night along portions of 395. Daytime temps yes, around 65. Fall colors? May be a bit late for the yellows and oranges. That will completely depend the number of freezing nights leading up. The coast, on the other hand, would be my choice for weather and colors - unless a storm just happens to be coming through. Agree. The pines, there about 6 species, that we have in the Sierra's along 395 from Reno South are beautiful...but do not change colors. Oh there some other trees lower off the mountain range that do change but mostly near urban areas.
Us out West 09/29/15 07:45pm Roads and Routes
RE: double pane windows worth it?

We didn't even think twice when we ordered our rig. They have been everything we expected with no problems.
Us out West 09/23/15 07:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Arizona RV Park Recommendations

We leave mid-November for Casa Grande RV Resort and our 3rd Winter there. Nuf said I guess heh. Will be there into April. Our Trip Journal (in our sig) has entries from previous stays, with photos. Made our reservations to get our same site before we left last Spring as many others did so if you decide to stay there I would call soon to see if they have long term sites available. Safe travels.
Us out West 09/23/15 06:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: DISH satelite TV

Good choice on the Pathway X-2.
Us out West 09/22/15 05:33pm Technology Corner
RE: Planning Mt. Hood Trip Need Input

Toll Bridge was a great choice for us for staying near Mt Hood. More...
Us out West 09/21/15 11:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Data

websters says YES Agree.
Us out West 09/18/15 07:24pm Technology Corner
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