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RE: Oliver travel trailer showing in Alabama

They're at the Lafayette KOA in LA currently, site #151
bakerkids 04/07/14 10:26am Travel Trailers
RE: New Super Tiny 2014 LittleGuy myPodMAX Trailer

The dealer we got our Viking from sold both the mypod and T@G trailers, they are both pretty neat looking, if I was doing some cross country walkabout trek it would be cool to tow behind for a place to sleep, but too small for our needs now, wife says we got to have a bathroom, and we need enough room for a kid when we have one ;) The mypods are so light you MIGHT just be able to tow with a motorcycle, I can see the allure to something that light weight, whole thing is about 500lbs, I think even a prius or insight can tow that. I see you have a Jeep Liberty. I tow my T@B with a Liberty :) You can now get a T@B with a bathroom, although a small one of course! When our grown kids are along, they sleep in our add-a-room. We once slept 7 during a church "girls night out"! What a hoot! https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7254/7543584998_6cb88b4959_z.jpg
bakerkids 04/02/14 07:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Folding bikes: buying and carrying

I think she was saying to store the bikes inside the motorhome or camper.
bakerkids 03/27/14 05:53pm Beginning RVing
RE: Folding bikes: buying and carrying

I have a folding bike from Camping World. It's great for my use. http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7377/9221115157_e0111a371b_z.jpg
bakerkids 03/27/14 05:12pm Beginning RVing
RE: New Super Tiny 2014 LittleGuy myPodMAX Trailer

You wouldn't have to climb over one another to get out because the door is in the back, so it's at your feet or head. The T@G is also a new teardrop for Little Guy.
bakerkids 03/27/14 05:06pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice for a newbie

Hello, fellow Illinoisian and fellow Jeep owner. That's about all I have to say. lol Well, except that I echo favorable remarks regarding Fun Finder and Casita. Check the bed size, too. Our small teardrop has a larger bed than my mom's motorhome and camper, and much more comfortable. Happy shopping...that's the fun part :) http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8479/8189260144_5181b5428e_z.jpg
bakerkids 03/27/14 04:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Opinions on Alto Safari Condo and Vehicle

A sister of a fellow T@B owner recently purchased an Alto. She had it at the fall rally, which I didn't get to attend. I'm now dying to see it, so I hope I get the chance this summer. I'll be looking forward to your photos! Love my T@B, and I'm sure you will love your Alto!
bakerkids 03/19/14 10:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: Setting up for the 1st time at campground

I have gotten to where I test the power at the post as soon as I back into my site. Very frustrating to go through all the steps only to find out you don't have power, or there's a power issue of some kind.
bakerkids 03/19/14 09:55pm Beginning RVing
RE: Opinions on Alto Safari Condo and Vehicle

I've always loved the Alto and was pleased when they became available to us in the USA. I didn't read about the type of heat pump, but my T@B has a Cool Cat AC/heat pump. Mine is electric. Heat pumps are not effective at heating when temps dip below 40. At that point I switch to my propane furnace or, when I have hookups, a ceramic heater. The AC works like a charm. I would definitely tow with an SUV or truck.
bakerkids 03/16/14 09:29pm Beginning RVing
RE: Thinking of buying an RV, looking for advice/wisdom

I have a friend that used to have a Sportsmobile withe the pop top. I loved that thing. It had a lot of room and a great large bed.
bakerkids 03/08/14 10:31am Beginning RVing
RE: Thinking of buying an RV, looking for advice/wisdom

I have Jeep Liberty and tow a T@B (standie teardrop)
bakerkids 03/03/14 09:27pm Beginning RVing
RE: Etiquette on contacting past owner of your new RV

Would you want to be called out of the clear blue sky by someone that just bought an old car that you thought you'd seen the last of at a dealer's? I know I wouldn't. Truth be told, I'm surprised there was anything in the rig identifying the previous owner...seems to me that the most appropriate course would be to have the dealer contact them and get their permission for you to call them. When we bought our camper, the information included: 1) Copy of previous owners' title with their full address 2) Satisfaction of Lien in their name 3) Their insurance card 4) Terms of Sale when originally purchased, showing address and phone number and other info. 5) Screen print from loan, calculation of payments, rate, etc. 6) Work Order from original RV sales with buyers' name, address, work and business phone.
bakerkids 02/16/14 08:44pm Beginning RVing
RE: Teardrop

The diversity of tear drop design is great and limited only by imagination. We attended a Tear Jerkers gathering in Indiana with 124 teardrops with more than half, home made. Looks like you are making progress and if you have not already done so you might want to join TearJerkers http://www.tearjerkers.net as well, they have the various gatherings, and a nicer group you will not find. Ours is a Grasshopper design, with more interior room. http://www.tnttt.com/gallery/image.php?mode=medium&album_id=803&image_id=109122 We were there as well if you mean Spencer, IN. We went in 2011. The wine and cheese gathering was in our front yard :B
bakerkids 02/14/14 11:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Church hopping observations

Larry, I'm often the same way. It's almost like nature prompts worship :) I'm not a full-timer but would like to be some day. I have attended services while weekend camping. I've noticed over the years, though, that information isn't available at the campground like it once was, at least in my area. I remember getting maybe one sheet of paper with local church info, or maybe different pamphlets from churches inviting those camping to spend Sunday morning with them, when paying for my site. It's been a long time since I've received anything like that upon registering at the campground. Since I only camp weekends, I do love to get in my camp chair, lakefront, with the Word of God in my lap. Awwww. It's precious time.
bakerkids 01/31/14 04:16pm Full-time RVing
RE: Once Again I'm Glad I Fulltime

I'll bet if they cut AT&Ts cable they would be out in a hurry. That was exactly my thoughts. Our daughter was getting married in our back yard, and we rented large tents for the reception. In Illinios, you call JULIE (Joint Utility Locating Information for Excavators) to mark all lines. Within two working days of your call to JULIE, a representative from each member utility company will either mark the location of their underground lines with paint and/or flags or contact you to let you know that their lines are not in conflict with the area in which you are planning to dig. One company didn't come. We called again. They still didn't show. Finally, they came just as the tent company was pulling in and would start driving stakes.
bakerkids 01/31/14 03:27pm Full-time RVing
RE: What's your RV's Name???

While there are men well over 6' at our T@B rallies, it depends on your comfort level and how much time you spend inside. When the weather is bad, we bring our chairs into the add-a-room. We had a 28' Class C Motorhome before the T@B, but surprisingly the T@B's bed is much larger and hubby sleeps more comfortably. It's certainly not the trailer for everyone, though!
bakerkids 01/30/14 01:09pm Beginning RVing
RE: What's your RV's Name???

Daisy T@Baker. Daisy because she's yellow T@Baker because she's a T@B and we're BakersI'm very curious about teardrop trailers. How much interior headroom does that unit have when it's open? It is open. lol The clam shell floor plan opens in the back where the kitchen is located. Mine has the interior kitchen with a L-shaped counter and queen bed. The height is 69" at the max. My hubby is 6' and does okay, but when not in the front of the trailer you're sitting at the u-shaped dinette anyway. For multiple days, or when we have more people with us, we use the add-a-room. That gives hubby plenty of space. http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4005/4613773286_276494fa3f.jpg I know this isn't the thread for photos, so I'll post one of the kitchen, plus my Flickr link so that you can see more of the T@B. Little Guy Trailers T@B page http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivebakers/sets/72157623751442097/ Kitchen: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7141/6534225357_c5b3c9e4d5.jpg
bakerkids 01/30/14 12:44pm Beginning RVing
RE: What's your RV's Name???

Daisy T@Baker. Daisy because she's yellow T@Baker because she's a T@B and we're Bakers http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7024/6443370043_4c27eb6e7f_z.jpg
bakerkids 01/29/14 08:31pm Beginning RVing
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

This was a double post I had to delete...sorry:o I've enjoyed your photos! We plan to visit CO this summer. We probably won't be taking the camper because we will stay with family. I'd love to camp, but we're limited on time.
bakerkids 01/28/14 04:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Teardrop

You probably won't need the tennis ball hitch aligner. Just pull the tear up to the Jeep. That's what we do with our T@B much of the time, although I do own the aligner. Congrats on the tear. Love it!
bakerkids 01/08/14 07:09pm Travel Trailers
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