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RE: Curious on the social aspect of rv'ing

We have found most everyone while out camping to be nice with differing degrees of social interaction. We will tend to keep to ourselves but do a lot of waving while walking around.
korbe 03/06/15 10:03am Beginning RVing
RE: How to secure water fill inlets?

Geeze. What's the problem? Care to explain?
korbe 03/03/15 06:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Newbie! How do I stock my Camper?

We have been camping for many years, and the official list of what we need has evolved over a lot of years. But none of the items missing on our list ruined our weekend. It just evolved. Have fun.
korbe 03/03/15 06:08pm Beginning RVing
RE: Tahoe National Forest

I have heard that there is a dump station at the chevron station near the west end of Truckee. Here is a link: Click These are the best types of camping experiences out there. No power, no generators. Just you and nature. Enjoy
korbe 03/02/15 06:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Solar Panels for battery charging

........it is now the time for us to add some solar panel system to keep us from running the generator so long each day............ Now that sounds like a nice plan. :)
korbe 03/01/15 04:20pm Truck Campers
RE: 5th wheel tongue safety

I have come to realize that most of the time when I hit my head on something like that, it's because there is nothing below it where I'm looking. So I tie some flagging around the objects and will notice the flagging before my head hits it.
korbe 03/01/15 02:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing with slider in extended position?

I will drive around the block or park with the hitch in the extended position, but not down the road. It only takes about 30 seconds to switch it.
korbe 03/01/15 02:02pm Towing
RE: Poor attitude at top rated Good Sam Park, Phoenix,AZ

:B and now a dog can't pee anywhere either. Gotta love the trailer parks. :B
korbe 03/01/15 01:58pm Good Sam Club
RE: Solar Panels for battery charging

We are thinking of getting some solar also to charge our batteries. However, our two 6-volt batteries (220ah total), can take care of our electrical needs for about 6 days before it's time to recharge. You may want to see if your current battery can still hold a full charge, or you may want to consider additional power reduction.
korbe 03/01/15 01:53pm Truck Campers
RE: Using T.T. ith out the battery..

I do it all the time. At home my battery will be disconnected and still plugged in to shore power.
korbe 03/01/15 08:46am Travel Trailers
RE: From swimming to dinner

Like
korbe 03/01/15 08:39am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: New Orleans to West Cost & upwards in 2 months

Head for Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion and then you'll be in a direct line to Tioga Pass Road and Yosemite. Then up I5 to Portland, Astoria and south on 101 to the Redwoods, then head home. Note: The best direction on 101 in Oregon is south because 99% of the stops are on the ocean side. Many other stops that you could make on this trip but you only have 2 months! Still amazes me that you would propose someone take I-5 up from Sacramento to Portland, then over to the coast just because some people don't like to cross the centerline of the road to access turnouts that are on the ocean side. I just don't understand how and why people make the direction of travel along the Oregon coast so important. I just don't see it.
korbe 02/28/15 04:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: New Orleans to West Cost & upwards in 2 months

If your trip does not include San Francisco, from Yosemite I would get to I-5 north and then head west on hwy 20 over to hwy 101. From there, I would head north on 101.
korbe 02/28/15 04:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: Anything stolen from locked compartments.

I don't lock mine - there's nothing in there that's worth as much as it would cost to fix the doors if someone pried them open. Oh and I've never lost anything. Now somebody may have looked and figured it wasn't worth it.. X2 Never worry about locking the compartment doors. I lock mine while traveling. Provides me with a sense of security that the doors may not open on their own and vibrate open.
korbe 02/27/15 06:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Anything stolen from locked compartments.

We exchanged out our common locks with new ones. Sure, anybody with a good screw driver could pop them open, but we did it anyway, and no, no one has broken in. However, I don't believe it has anything to do with changing the locks.
korbe 02/26/15 06:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: On-line reservation timing

The last time I used Reserve America I was able to find out what time of day they would accept the reservation. I believe I found out when I tried too early, and the system came back and told when they opened.
korbe 02/26/15 08:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Outdoor Kitchens

Our outdoor kitchen is over at the picnic table. But the kind that is an extension of the RV, appears to work well when on shore power.
korbe 02/25/15 01:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Steep Driveway

If you have access to the 5er, measure that same 23% from your rear wheel to the underside of the rig. In 5 ft, rise 14 inches, etc. If the access road adjacent to the start of the driveway is either level or sloped away from your driveway, the critical angle will be less.
korbe 02/24/15 04:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is it okay to drop my tip out beds at rest stops or Walmart?

Interesting that the "Walmart Rules" posted here may allow RV "parking". Doesn't say a thing about "camping". I think that many of the posts here are to discourage setting up camp in the Walmart parking lots. We all would like to be able to stop and catch some zzzzzz's if we had no other choice, and I for one only hope that walmart doesn't change their policy when RVers take advantage of the hospitality and set up camp just to avoid paying for a stay at a nearby park.
korbe 02/24/15 08:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Worst Campgrounds in CA

So, other than this, are you having a good time camping here in California?
korbe 02/23/15 06:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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