I have had two occassions to use GS over the last year. One in Medford, Or which was fine, no complaints. Other than the process of picking the 'closest place that can repair' that took a little bit of figureing out.
The other was near Mesa , AZ, disaster from the beginning, stranded on freeway with grandson for more hours than should every be expected. and GS refused payment, however after talking with Customer Support, they did reimburse me.
Right now I am leaning toward NOT renewing.
If true and it does take the CR-V out of consideration for new dinghy, used market $$$$ will increase even more than it is now.I am amazed the auto makers do not take this into consideration, maybe the RV mkt isn't as big as one might think. As far as I know that only leaves GM , tow ready flat down???? Anyone know differently??
I took I-5, seems was a little better than last time, cept Sac>Stockton....sections south of Santa Nella to Bakerfield are terrible in right lane. May try 99 next year if I have to be in CA.
thanks for all the suggestions.
12 years, hope to have a few more years. After this week , not sure. Had to replace batteries in coach, dinghy transmission went south, had to rent a car for a week, but spending a week in beautiful Medford, Or. On out way to Casa Grande, AZ fir the winter.
thanks for all the tips, I imagine FL does have parking, not sure about hook ups, normally wouldn't mind boodocking, however am having some electrical issues, and am having to use AUX batt for starting rig.
I would do Lincoln City, then 18 w thru McMinville, see the Spruce Goose, pick up 99w, connect to I-5 near tigard. I would avoid going thru Salem if possible.Again , if not in a hurry and don't care about seeing Spruce Goose, go all the way to Astoria or at least Seaside and Cannon Beach then cut over on 26.
The drive you indicate looks fine to me. Once you turn off at Olympia, you'll still be on good hiway, not interstate. I would only add if you have time go onother 70 miles to Ozette,from Port Angeles, if you enjoy hiking, A 'boardwalk' type trail to the ocean, 3 miles each way, no hard climbs.you can do day hike or camp on the beach and return on oppsite route.