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RE: Confused

I don't like campers with a full back bathroom, because where I camp the view is out the back. With the TM, the view would be out the back door and I prefer that. Conversely, if you camp where the sites are close, back-to-back, your porch is going to be not far from their big back window, or their patio.
bakerkids 06/09/15 01:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone have a runaway camper?

My friend with the Runaway, and another with a T@G, don't sleep on the floor. One doubled 2 twin mattresses, and the other uses a cot type of bed.
bakerkids 06/03/15 08:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone have a runaway camper?

I know a couple of gals who have one and seem to really like them. They wanted something lightweight so they wouldn't have to purchase a truck or SUV, but not be in a tent, and have space to haul things. They have a comfortable, dry bed plus AC. I own a T@B, and love it, but they'd have to pay triple or more of the price of the Runaway camper to get a used T@B or T@G.
bakerkids 06/02/15 01:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Big South Fork - Bandy Creek Campground

I'm supposed to be there in July with Sisters on the Fly. I keep returning to TN, though, so may cancel. I need to go other directions!
bakerkids 05/27/15 08:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What is a "Small TT"?

I guess it's small when folks say "is that for your dogs?" https://c4.staticflickr.com/8/7253/6936692696_d787ddd29c_z.jpgKobe by C. Baker, on Flickr]https://c4.staticflickr.com/8/7253/6936692696_d787ddd29c_z.jpgKobe by C. Baker, on Flickr
bakerkids 05/27/15 06:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cancellation of reservation, Indiana

I assume all states are different. On the Reserve America site, under "help", you have to choose the state or agency when asking a question or reading policies. I have cancelled IL sites before and only paid the $10 fee. The help section says you can change the dates, but it doesn't tell how. When I go to my online reservation and click "change", I'm given options but not date options so I'm trying to figure that part out. Maybe if I hang with it, the dates will pop up on the next page.... Not sure how that works yet.
bakerkids 05/19/15 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellation of reservation, Indiana

I called. She couldn't explain why, but assumed it was the rules of Reserve America, although the park page doesn't say that. I haven't tried to move it to a different date. May or may not try that, depending on what happens with our schedule.
bakerkids 05/17/15 05:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Cancellation of reservation, Indiana

Hey, Indiana folks, I have a question about possibly cancelling a site for this Memorial Day weekend, 3 nights, that I have at McCormick's Creek SP. The cancellation fee is $10 per reservation. This is from their page: Cancellation - Changes or cancellations made up to the close of the business day prior to your scheduled arrival date will result in a $10 cancellation fee per reservation. Call 1-866-622-6746. For cancellations made on or after your scheduled arrival date you will forfeit the first nights camping fee and may be subject to additional fees per reservation, and you must contact the Park Office. Does that fee equal "per night"? Reserve America says I will have a $29 fee. It seems they're treating each night as a "reservation". I haven't run into that in other states. It's always $10 fee whether you had booked 2 nights or 5.
bakerkids 05/17/15 12:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New upstart American Boler

Oliver is up and running.
bakerkids 03/11/15 09:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: New upstart happier camper

Tom Test, I said the same thing to the gal that saw them at the show. She said they are in production. They told her they have soon have an add-a-room that fits on the back.
bakerkids 03/01/15 02:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: New upstart happier camper

I love it, and look forward to hearing more about it. It was talked about within a camping group FB page, as someone saw it at the Palm Spring Modernism show. I don't think their website is updated, but here is the link. http://happiercamper.tumblr.com/
bakerkids 02/25/15 09:55am Travel Trailers
RE: great times in our 13ft trailer

I know I would bawl like a baby if I had to sell my T@B. I can't even entertain the thought. After retirement I would like something I can live in for months at a time in other areas of the country, and I don't presently have a bathroom. I can see buying another, but I can't fathom letting my little T@B go... https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2920/14508189854_b33d530d7c_z.jpgG1, Elkmont by fivebakers, on Flickr
bakerkids 02/21/15 08:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Full time rig

A full time rig will have heated tanks, more insulation and double pane windows. There may be other things too, but those come to mind first. My motorhome does not have heated tanks (or an enclosed belly), or more insulation, and it has tinted POS windows. ....and I fulltime in it. Doh! https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8298/7796567448_bf63310c08_z.jpg Therefore, yours most likely isn't "rated" for full-timing.
bakerkids 12/09/14 08:44pm Beginning RVing
RE: Small Trailer Family of 5(Lance Disqualified ThemselvesRant)

Oh, no, LisaD. That would make me look elsewhere. I love the big windows. He wants one bed that's not in a tent pop-out.
bakerkids 11/07/14 01:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Small Trailer Family of 5(Lance Disqualified ThemselvesRant)

The Lance 1575 is my favorite. My retirement is several years out, but it's a model I consider. I love my T@B and can't imagine parting with it, but for extended month trips, the Lance 1575 is at the top of my list. You said you couldn't imagine why anyone wouldn't want the 1685 if they couldn't get the tent option on the 1575. My reason is a back window is a must for me. I don't want to miss the scenery out the back, because most of my fav local places are a back-in site at a large COE lake.
bakerkids 11/07/14 12:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Teardrop

Good job! I just returned from a 2-week T@B Coastal Caravan where we visited 3 SC beach campgrounds and 1 in GA. Had a blast. We had about 10 T@Bs, a T@G, and 3 Airstreams(previous T@B owners).
bakerkids 11/07/14 12:43pm Travel Trailers
RE: Smokey Mtn Nat Pk in Oct.

Elkmont has "generator loops". Generators aren't allowed in the other areas.
bakerkids 10/10/14 09:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Headed to Rocky Moutains

Great info, Thom02099!
bakerkids 10/10/14 09:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need help selecting new Travel Trailer

NYCGirl, I have a T@B. Love it! In fact, I'm heading to a Beach Caravan next week. There will be 13 T@Bs visiting 4 east coach beach campgrounds. https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2920/14508189854_b33d530d7c_z.jpgG1, Elkmont by fivebakers, on Flickr
bakerkids 10/10/14 04:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need help selecting new Travel Trailer

My favorite Lance is the 1575, but it's the 1985 that has the walk-around bed. Lance 1985 You can get a pop-out bed in the 1575 that I would use as a porch area. One requirement for me is a back window. Lance 1575
bakerkids 09/23/14 09:18am Travel Trailers
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