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RE: Easiest route to Gettysburg from Cherry Hill?

I was also going to suggest 200, but figured the OP being from Wa. state he did not have ez pass. I would use it just to avoid the beltway traffic.
dblr 01/26/15 05:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: See Through Front Cap

The brand is Rushmore. They offer it in both a front living room or a front bedroom. We saw one at the Hershey show also but it was cracked, the old ones still had rock guards on them.
dblr 01/25/15 03:24am Fifth-Wheels
RE: St. Augustine, FL

We were in Anastasia State park this year with our 39' 5th wheel & Kenworth full size tractor, yes it was very tight but I did manage ok but others might not like being tested like that. I have looked around there and saw better sites that are easier to get into but just have to be early enough to book them.
dblr 01/21/15 02:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Which tow rig?

Want some very good info on all things related to a HDT check out this site, it is his business but still lots of info. http://www.rvhaulers.ca/
dblr 01/16/15 04:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Which tow rig?

Clicky for good a good posting going to an HDT. A lot of good info and opinions here. Have talked to several HDT owners and their points are a more power, sharper turning, safer braking, and less cost. Camped nest to one that had a small car mounted up on the back of his HDT along with two motorcycles. Bill X2 on a HDT, we bought a Kenworth tractor last June along with a Smart car on the deck, use to tow with a 05 Ford F350, what a difference. But on the other hand if you do not like being the center of attention and like being asked a lot of question DO NOT go the HDT route. As for me I made a great choice. Check out the Escapee forum boards under HDT for plenty of info on this subject.
dblr 01/15/15 03:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Washington state to ft Wilderness...anybody make this trip?

Sounds like a great journey, with a wonderful destination. Check out the site Fort Fiends for everything you want to know about Disney and maybe someone there can also help you plan the trip part, they have lots of folks that might even live along the routes you need to take with info on places to see & stay. Good luck & enjoy if you end up doing the trip.
dblr 01/14/15 03:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ideas for some trip. within 600-900 miles of MD

How about Stone Mt Ga. then down to the the cave areas in KY. then if near Bowling Green the Corvette Museum and Beech Bend Park for a day
dblr 01/09/15 10:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Leave camper near Denver?

Looking to grab a flight out of Denver this summer and am looking for a place to leave the camper( plugged in , I hope) for a couple of days, would not even mind paying to leave it on a site so it's ready to go when we return. In planning stage right now so looking for any help, thanks
dblr 01/08/15 06:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness

Visit Fort Friends Forum for anything you want to know about Fort Wilderness X'2 on this site, plus they have a app that gives a very good description of the size of the site where the hook ups are and how hard it is to back into the site
dblr 01/03/15 03:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Palomino Colunbus 385BH

We have attended the FROG rally 2 years in a row and there have been a lot of Columbus 5th wheels there and all seem very happy with them, some have had problems, like most rv's have but Forest River & Prime Time have been very good working with them. At the rally I would say that the Cedar Creek's where the largest group then Cardinal followed by Columbus. Good luck on your choice
dblr 01/03/15 03:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trilogy axel problem

Check out the Forest River owners forum there were a couple of folks there in the Trilogy sub section that issues.
dblr 12/13/14 04:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Amazon Fernly closing?

Wish they had a campground near the Middletown De. location as I see they hire a lot of seasonal people there for Christmas rush, I heard Cyber Monday they broke their record for shipping, I work their as a subcontractor to move trailers on & off their doors to help their operation run.
dblr 12/05/14 04:50am Workamping Forum
RE: Seasonal working at UPS during Christmas rush..??

If you have not started at UPS by now I doubt they will work you, at our location all the seasonal drivers and helpers are in place and working, inside might add some workers but very doubtful. Even if they do call you by Christmas Eve they let the seasonal workers go.
dblr 12/05/14 04:40am Workamping Forum
RE: Best way south around Baltimore tunnel

My choice would be the 301 route, but I would take 17 in Va. then 198 ( I think) thru West Point then over to Williamsburg. Not sure which road from West Point but do know it was well marked the last time we were there. Might not be the quickest route but maybe the less pain full the day before Thanksgiving. Good luck and enjoy your trip, Try Peirce's BBG while your there we enjoyed it.
dblr 11/22/14 04:26am Roads and Routes
RE: Seasonal working at UPS during Christmas rush..??

Most of what has been posted is correct, inside package handlers will work weird hours, early am & maybe even a chance at evening hours. Driver's helpers work during the day and it can be hard, cold and maybe even wet work, it all depends on the driver also some are good and some are not. If lucky enough to be hired as a driver by now you would be in place and training. I retired after 37 years there and go back for the Christmas rush but am lucky enough to be paid at a higher rate because of it, and also as a tractor trailer driver so I don't even touch a package. I also help out at Amazon doing the same type of job, I see the inside operations at Amazon and do not think I would like the jobs they offer. I only do this to fund my RV addiction to travel all summer
dblr 11/15/14 04:16am Workamping Forum
RE: Trip Report: The Perfect Family Trip!

I agree the trailer was awesome, can't wait to see the movie.
dblr 11/08/14 05:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip Report: The Perfect Family Trip!

Thanks for the heads up on the train that is one of our plans maybe for next year.
dblr 10/31/14 04:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cedar Creek vs Alpine

We can offer our opinions until the cows come home. You and family will have to physically walk thru each of the ones considered then make your decision. One of the best answers yet but I would add try to spend some time in the unit and see how things feel, sit on the toilet, stand in the shower, see where things would stow away like dishes and glasses, you would be surprised how many people do no think of things like this until after they buy and then it's to late, just my opinion.
dblr 10/30/14 03:31am Fifth-Wheels
RE: low point drains with antifreeze

If you are pumping antifreeze thru the lines yes I would close your low point drains.
dblr 10/20/14 04:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anybody consider a semi for a tow vehicle?

Check out Horse Trailer World and look under trucks for sale, they have a lot of the Freightliners for sale there and a variety of prices. You can still find a class 8 truck ready to pull a 5th wheel cheaper.
dblr 10/09/14 05:21am Tow Vehicles
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