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RE: post pictures of your HTT

Nice hybrid David....To you and your family, WELCOME to our forum.... Dre
drenjoey 12/06/16 02:48pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

Sorry I'm going out of the subject discussed here but I have to say: I'm in two forums (Forest River and this one).....and I much prefer RV net. Most people in the hybrid forum all own an hybrid, and your question will be answered accordingly. In Forest River Forum, they're all over the place. You have a question about your hybrid and someone with a motorhome will answer it, even though it won't resolve an hybrid problem.....it's very frustrating at time Love this Forum Dre
drenjoey 11/29/16 04:01pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

Travel trailers are claustrophobic closed boxes even with the few windows open. Popups and hybrids are open air campers with the beds under tentage. This is both the major "Pro" and "Con" depending on each individual. We don't consider a travel trailer to be camping, it's still sleeping indoors. :) -- Chuck Love the way you summarize things Chuck : The Travel trailers are CON, the popups and hybrids are PROS.......and I do agree with you! Dre
drenjoey 11/28/16 02:30pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Hybrid with rear living space?

Huh!!! X2
drenjoey 11/24/16 02:54pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Permanently remove tent ends?

I never heard of anyone who did it, but everything is possible when you put your mind to it.
drenjoey 11/23/16 02:18pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: post pictures of your HTT

Welcome to the forum Leonard.....Good bunch of people here, ready to answer any questions you might have.
drenjoey 11/23/16 02:16pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

3. easily broken into though we have yet to have this happen. Any camper is easy to break in, and almost all of them have the same keys for exterior compartments!
drenjoey 11/02/16 03:11am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie -- Considering Hybrid Purchase

We're on our third hybrid. We had a Travelstar. then a Palomino, and now we own a Rockwood Roo 23ws.....and love it! Will we ever go for a Travel Trailer or a Fifth wheel... I really don't think so. and here's why: 1- Our hybrid has two queen size beds......I don't know of any TT or Fifth wheel that has that! 2- Our 23ws has a private room in the back which is very convenient for us. 3- Hybrids nowadays are so easy to set up and close (no more bungies or velcro) 4- We have a 30 foot + camper (opened) which can be pulled with a 1500 pickup truck. or a big SUV. No need to trade for a 2500 We have no intention of becoming seasonal or going south for the winter.....so an hybrid for us is the way to go! Dre
drenjoey 10/31/16 04:54pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
Season's end !!!

Well....the time has come to make our final trip this year. Camping season in Maine is short, and most campgrounds around here are already closed. This weekend will be our last one, and it will be a nice one (temps in the 60's). Next weekend will be winterizing.....put the cover on,.... and hibernation. We're happy we had eight camping outings this summer, and hopefully the same next year. Already reserved a week in Old Orchard Beach and a week in Prince Edward Island Hope you all had a great summer Dre
drenjoey 10/07/16 05:20pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Best lobster in Maine

Find a place that steams their lobsters in seawater and you'll be amazed by the incredible flavor. KOA Oceanfront in Bar Harbor has a guy that comes into the CG every afternoon and does just that. Doesn't get any better! Living in Maine, we do that very often. We go buy a few lobsters and stop at the beach to pick up buckets of ocean water......Bring everything home and have a feast.
drenjoey 09/17/16 03:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: LED bulb replacement.

blast with dynamite? Don't do that.....you might damage other parts of that beautiful camper. Instead, use a three inch drill bit, and make a hole to get to the bulb !!!
drenjoey 09/06/16 03:18pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: LED bulb replacement.

OK gotta ask......... Brand new RV with LED light bulbs: why would you need to replace the bulbs ?? Or is this information for future reference ?? Have you looked in your owners manual ?? X2.....the LED bulbs should last thousands of hours !
drenjoey 09/06/16 03:14pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Best lobster in Maine

An institution in Maine for lobster rolls (with an accompanying line of 25 - 50 yards) is RED'S EATS located in Wiscasset. As you descend the hill in downtown Wiscasset before you cross the river, it is found on the left coming from the south. It on Rte 1 a short distance before you leave Rte 1 to take a right for Boothbay Harbor. Enjoy Absolutely the place to go..1 1/2 lbs on a roll..nothing else...butter ,mayo and lettuce on the side...sold 11 ton of lobster and 3 ton of butter last year....for Lobster Roll this is the place Chuck Their Lobster rolls are good but there are other places in Maine that are just as good. Publicity brought Red's Eats to where they are today. As a Mainer who had my good share of lobster rolls, I can I can say the place is overrated.
drenjoey 08/27/16 05:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Repair vs. sell

And now I don't know who I should answer too...:B:h
drenjoey 08/25/16 03:41pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Best lobster in Maine

He never mentioned anything about lobster rolls !!!!! Beg to differ. Title is "Best Lobster in Maine". Then OP talks about best restaurants. Add them up and it's "where's the best restaurant to get lobster in Maine?". Note, however, OP does NOT specify how said lobster should be prepared! :B You're right...I didn't read the thread title but just what the OP wrote (Sorry)
drenjoey 08/24/16 03:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best lobster in Maine

The OP is looking for places to eat in Old Orchard, Boothbay and Bar Harbor. He never mentioned anything about lobster rolls !!!!!
drenjoey 08/23/16 03:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cover for 24 foot hybrid for winter

ADCO is the way to go....
drenjoey 08/23/16 03:12pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Best lobster in Maine

Funny how a thread is changing direction.....We're all discussing lobster rolls and the OP is just asking where to eat in the three towns he will be visiting.
drenjoey 08/21/16 07:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best lobster in Maine

Don't waste your time or money on a lobster roll, those things suck. Ouf !!!......Quite a statement.....obviously, you didn't go to the right place for a lobster roll! Try again!! I don't think so. Give me the real thing, a whole lobster steamed. Still not a reason to say they suck !!!! One in a million will think that way.
drenjoey 08/20/16 01:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best lobster in Maine

We are heading to Maine next month staying in Bar Harbor, Boothbay and Old Orchard Beach. Looking for best places to eat! Thanks, We live 30 minutes from OOB (Old Orchard Beach). "Joseph by the Sea" in the heart of OOB is a nice restaurant. For Lobster, Clams and Mussels...try Bayley's (eat on the deck overlooking the marsh). 20 minutes from OOB is Cape Elizabeth. There's a place called "The Lobster Shack). That place was spotlighted on the Food Channel. While there, go to Fort Williams (beautiful place to walk around on the rocky coast of Maine). Boothbay Harbor: One place comes to mind is Robinson Restaurant. We were there a month ago and ate very well. Bar Harbor: Any restaurants are great in the area. As for lobster, nothing beats a Lobster Pound. If you are nostalgic, go to Rte 66 restaurant. A lot of memorabilia of the 50s and 60s and of course it's mostly food from those eras.
drenjoey 08/20/16 08:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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