I have several overhead lights throughout my coach,each about 22" in length. Double Florescent. I replaced one a few years ago, however it was twice as 'thick' as the others. Does anyone know if the 'thin' model is available ? Otherwise I will be looking for a new 'starter'/
I am switching to a 'SMARTphone', I have a ton of music in Itunes and on my Clasic IPOD.
Anyone out there who can help me get that music to my new Droid. I know this is not 'directly' RV, but I am fultimer and I want to use bluetooth to play music when traveling. Elminated the bulky CD's. or direct somewhere for the answers.
I use Rhino, mainly because they are so good about replacing 'defective' hoses. I have had at least two that sprang leaks. the covering just opened up between 'the springs. This occurred in AZ. But like I said the company has been very accommadating. I carry an extra 15' for those parks where needed.
IMHO, Stay south, go thru LA, pick up 210, it goes around most of LA, then head north on I-5, check the weather and pick your parks acordingly/ Not 'any' really good RV parks near Seattle. some membership parks, C2C, KOA in Kent,not recomended. And go to Pike Place Market on the waterfront.
this is where we stayed, we did TGOO in addition to The Parthenon, and had access to all the Plantation tour, not sure about Antique Archaeology.
I thought it was a fine park.
I almost always dump before I hit the road, many roadside reststops on westcoast have free dumps sta. I suspect also Flyin J/Pilot began to charge when abuse reached unacceptable level.....believe it, I'v seen people dump without using a hose and then 'maybe' hose the area down............some attitudes & actions are just unexplained.
I like the idea of coming in on the west side on 41.That way I stop an see high school buddy, living near Bakersfield,wow, known that guy for 60 years!!!! Anyway,need to find a campground near the West entrance, where 40' are welcome.
Next spring we plan to do Yosemite after a stop in Las Vegas, will be going north on 95 toward Tonopah. 40' DP, any suggestions for campgrounds & route. I imagine we will stay outside the park and dinghy sightsee. Will be going to Redding,Ca. after the N.P.on our way to our first stop for the summer near Seattle.
Thanks for any suggestions.
I am looking for a new 'dinghy', SUV. I like the Ford Escape, Buick Encore, they tell me these are not towable flat four. however the larger Ford Edge and Buick Enclave are towable.
Here is one of my questions ....What is the difference,Mechanicially, between these models?? IN general what determines towable flat or not????
Yes i am also considering the CRV & Equonox chev.which are towable.
We crossed about noon, no problem, spring breakers shouldn't be an issue, have your pet shot records,if you have handguns ,you can drop them off in Why at the general store .We stayed at the Reef RV park, which is a little ways out of town, but we didn't mind the drive into town, the parks in town are really tight,small moho should be okay in town.Only other consideration for us was ,Insurance. we had to purchase additional ins.
I just got an estimate from local body shop to remove mine, which is in same condition, appox $300, sounds like i got a good deal, if they stay within estimate. I have removed part of it ,but removing the glue and lower section of front cap , just became to intensive. Good luck.
I would stop in San Antonio, do the River Walk, & Alamo, then take hywy 90, thru Uvalde,Del Rio, stop in Langtry, where judge Roy Bean held court, on west thru Alpine, Marfa.....interesting little town and also home of the mystery lights......rte 90 is a lot more leisurely than I10, get back on 10 at Van Horn, not much in Van Horn, there is a so-so restaurant where John Madden used to eat when traveling on his Bus, Madden never flew much is at all.