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RE: America the Beautiful passport.

WHERE IS THAT STICKY.......Once and for all !!!!!
drenjoey 08/10/17 03:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fresh water tank-is it needed?

Don't need waste holding tanks either If you use city water, you will need both of those tanks if you're gonna wash dishes, have showers and go bathroom.
drenjoey 07/28/17 03:14am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Rocwood Roo vs. Jayco JayFeather Hybrid

Are we the lucky ones or what......we're on our third hybrid and we never needed support after sale. Cosmetic problems I can fix.....We never had any other problems with our Hybrids (Travelstar, Palomino, and now a Roo)
drenjoey 07/18/17 03:14pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Maine and PEI camping

Been camping in that area of Maine for years. I've done Acadia enough so I now go to the Schoodic section of the park. There is a new campground there that I'll be trying for the first time. You don't mention what you're camping in. The Schoodic Woods campground has restrooms but no shower facilities. I also recommend Sunset Point campground in Harrison, and I will be back at Cobscook Bay state park the end of August. No hookups there but what a great place. Good hiking in Acadia, get out on the trails and carriage paths. New campground called Reach Knolls about an hour from Acadia on another peninsula, nice harbor towns nearby and restaurants in each. All depends on what kind of camping you want to do. We were at Schoodic Woods camground last year, and will be there again beginning of August.........You will LOVE it !
drenjoey 07/16/17 01:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Maine and PEI camping

We were in PEI last year for seven days and loved it so much we plan on going back next year for ten days. If we want peace, quiet and a relaxing place where you almost have the beach to yourself, then PEI is for you.
drenjoey 07/15/17 09:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rocwood Roo vs. Jayco JayFeather Hybrid

Both companies have great hybrid. We chose the Roo 23ws because of the private room in the back. No one makes an hybrid similar to the 23ws. As for guarantees, we never took an extended one, because of where we live. In Maine, our camping season is five months a year at the most. For seven months, the camper is sleeping under its blanket. So for us, it is pointless to take an extended guarantee since our hybrid doesn't move for a good part of the year.
drenjoey 07/13/17 05:36pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Our New Camper

Way to go !!.......happy camping, and start building memories with your family ! Welcome aboard, Dre
drenjoey 07/13/17 04:38pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Maine campgrounds

I suggest you get in touch with egregg57........He knows Maine !
drenjoey 06/30/17 10:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Newbie- we bought a lemon! Delamination issues

Thanks. I know the front bunk was leaking as evidence from the rotted wood on the bunk. So that is probably the issue with the soft spot in the front. On the side I am planning to take out the window and see what I can see. By this post, I presume you're not bringing back to the dealer. If that was the case, you wouldn't start removing windows !
drenjoey 06/27/17 04:55pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Help us pick!!

First, we too are from Maine. We are now on our third hybrid, and we don't see the day when we will upgrade. That salesman will point out everything wrong with an hybrid for the simple reason he's not educated on what the HTT look like today, and he wants to make a sale.....period! Hybrids nowadays are so much easier to setup. Open those front and back doors and install the poles inside, and that is all.....no more poles to support the doors, or velcro to attach the tents. We have a 2016 Rockwood Roo 23WS, and that model has a private bedroom in the back with a wardrobe.......simply beautiful hybrid. Another Thing.....Only Popups and Hybrids have two queen size beds. Those are all the reasons why we love our HTT, but like many are mentioning: it is not for everyone. All the Best Dre
drenjoey 06/13/17 02:52pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: LOVE...... RV.NET

Gee, Dren, so who do you want to post replies to your posts? JUST hybrid owners? No common issues? Hmmmm I don't care if the answer comes from an owner of a popup, HTT, TT etc etc, but it should be related to the question. Dre
drenjoey 06/10/17 03:32am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: LOVE...... RV.NET

Someone on FR forum asked about a SPECIFIC bicycle attachment system for the rear bumper. He had the part name and a link to a video about the product. His question was "if anyone has tried that product He got 2 answers related to the question and 14 unrelated to that attachment. :h Is it wrong to feel the way I feel ?
drenjoey 06/10/17 03:26am Hybrid Travel Trailers
LOVE...... RV.NET

I just left Forest River Forum. This is really not a great forum. When on that site you post a thread in the Hybrid forum, you get answers from owners of Class A, Class C, Fifth Wheel etc etc, that has nothing to do with the OP question. I feel they just write something to get a higher answer score......Sad, real sad !!! Dre
drenjoey 06/09/17 05:44pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Clothes Storage ideas

We used to bring a tent with us......installed it beside the camper, and store the extras in there, including clothes in bins This is the best idea yet. Genius! That came after years of camping and finding a way to accommodate everyone. We used to have a popup and our kids were bringing friends with them . We knew at the time, they wouldn't feel comfortable dressing up in the popup. That's when the idea came of getting a tent so they could have their privacy to get ready in the morning or getting ready to go out at night.
drenjoey 06/06/17 05:08pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Clothes Storage ideas

We used to bring a tent with us......installed it beside the camper, and store the extras in there, including clothes in bins
drenjoey 06/06/17 04:01am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Considering a HTT- Family of 4-Please Share your Pros/Cons

I don't believe temperature is a problem unless it is extreme. Most hot places cool down at night to a fairly comfortable level. Plus, even without AC, you can unzip your canvas and go full screen which will allow for a cross breeze. My hybrid has three queen size bunks. Who can compete with that? Plus a deep slide dinette. Huge interior. Cold can be a problem but how many of us really camp when it is cold anyway? And if you do you probably can already deal with it. Heated mattresses make a big difference assuming you have power. I find noise to be a bigger problem than weather. Not a common occurrence but when it happens (trains, loud neighbors, etc) it can be a problem. I like the shorter length for storage. I can keep it at my house. I couldn't do that with a longer box. The bunk ends are no problem at all. All three can be set up in well under 10 minutes. Easiest part of setup, IMO. We don't use sheets or blankets; we use sleeping bags. X2
drenjoey 05/27/17 05:05pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Considering a HTT- Family of 4-Please Share your Pros/Cons

I had a hybrid for years and it was easy to use. Just thinking out loud, you state the wife and autistic child. I'm suggesting you get a travel trailerwith push button slides, push button awning, push button stabilizers. Hybrids are work, open doors, make beds, and setup the site. Not much more work than a TT.......Like a TT, you can have the push button accessories (awning, slides, etc) if you ask for them. You also have the advantage of having two queen size beds, and if you do like me, we use sleeping bags....so no sheets and no blankets.
drenjoey 05/26/17 03:48am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Considering a HTT- Family of 4-Please Share your Pros/Cons

We're on our third hybrid, and don't see the day we will get something different. The new breed of hybrids are so easy to open up and shut.......no velcro and no setup poles under the camper. Just open the door and install the shepherd poles inside and you're done.
drenjoey 05/25/17 02:41pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Maine Campground with Teens

Thanks to all for your help. OOB is a good idea. We've camped there before at Hid'n Pines but that campground was a little too quiet for this trip. I'll look into Bayley's and Paradise Point. Sebago is also high on the list.. Check Sebago, but I'm not sure your grandchildren will find the action they're looking for. We camp at Hid'n Pines the first week of July every year, but Powder Horn which is owned by the same family (the Ahearn) has a lot more to offer to teens.......
drenjoey 05/14/17 08:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Maine Campground with Teens

We stayed at Mt Desert Narrows and found that there was a shuttle that stopped at most of the campgrounds and would take campers (for free) into Bar Harbor. The ages of kids you are talking about are way beyond "playground" stuff. This age of kids congregate around the wifi hotspot. This may sound cynical BUT (in this day and age) the place I saw most teens was at the closest wifi access with their faces in their phones. SERIOUSLY Where ever you end up going, if you want a teen to enjoy themselves make sure there is wifi/Data access! In Old Orchard Beach, Bayley campground or Powder Horn campground have wifi and television cable.and both have at least two pools. I forgot to mention in my earlier post that both campgrounds have shuttle bus that brings you to the beach.(I think the cost is a dollar) Mt Desert Narrows is situated near Acadia National Park. If your grandchildren are into biking or hiking, this is the place to go....if not, they might not like the area.
drenjoey 05/14/17 08:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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