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RE: November on west coast

Northern California in November is best spent west of the sierras. Always chance of snow and cold in the upper elevations - generally speaking. And a greater chance of rain for the rest of the north state. If not being battered by a series of storms, I would spend some time along the central coast (between Santa Barbara and Monterey).
korbe 04/16/15 07:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shower curtain

We removed our accordion before our first season out. Put in a bar and regular curtain. Perfect
korbe 04/15/15 07:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Overnighting-while-Urban, or OU

Maybe a little signage: "Mobile Library", Mobile Dog Grooming Wagon", "Corn Dogs on a Stick", Hospital Supplies" or "Vision Care Lab".
korbe 04/15/15 07:52am Truck Campers
RE: Bad Customer Service

Yes, some of the dealers out there are a bit lazy. As soon as they think you are not there to buy, they would rather sit inside talking to each other.
korbe 04/14/15 05:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: Stealth camping

Many of the pics show leveling boards under the tires. Stealth parking to me would be looking as though I was just parked for a lunch break.
korbe 04/14/15 05:09pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Calif. Redwoods, Best Sites?

I would stay at Albee over Burlington just because the larger sites at Burlington are out in the open and not as nice as the smaller sites. Beautiful groves near Albee. For us, the site itself isn't the feel, it's the traveling around to the groves and river that make it special. Mill creek is nice, but it's really not even close to the redwood flavor of prairie creek or Jedediah. The key, in my opinion for the entire area is to locate yourself where the sites to visit are close by. Humboldt redwoods is smack dab in the middle of the sites to visit, but mill creek is kinda by itself. In that area, if I was to enjoy Crescent City and Jedediah, I would probably stay at the KOA.
korbe 04/14/15 04:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recreation.gov website

We had a $9 transaction fee with each of our reservations at recreation .gov. Just part of the process.
korbe 04/12/15 07:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Walmart Parking coming to an end??

Maybe someone should take up on a business idea here. Build a "one-night only - no utilities" campground. Make a paved parking lot with slots sized for the RVs and charge $10 per night. In no earlier than 9 p.m., out no later than 8 a.m. No amenities. Wonder how many folks parking in a Walmart for free will change to a $10 parking lot set up specifically for a "quick overnight sleep"? Once upon a time, highway rest stops were established for this exact purpose. The state of California will require, restrooms, utilities, park lighting - the works.
korbe 04/12/15 01:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: why reply if you are going to be mean?

As DownTheAvenue just posted, so much can be said in how a question is asked, and also how a response can be delivered. Example: "You need to buy 2-six volt batteries, they are the only way to go." or "I use 2-six volt batteries, they work well for me."
korbe 04/12/15 08:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Walmart Parking coming to an end??

Does not surprise me. Everywhere I look, I see a minority of people abuse a charitable situation. And then it doesn't take long for that situation to be gone.
korbe 04/12/15 08:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Attached RV Garage Feedback Request

Height may be an issue, but sometimes putting a second garage door at the rear of the existing garage allows acces to the back yard.
korbe 04/11/15 07:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: Grey water disposal with no sewer connection

When I see these at dry camp areas of campgrounds, I think it was originally designed for tent type campers where they would bring over a once a day wash bucket and dispose of it down the well. I don't believe they were intended for draining a bunch of RV gray tanks. I wouldn't do it.
korbe 04/11/15 02:05pm Beginning RVing
RE: Does this sound okay? Lassen/Redwoods plans

Manzanita is fine. When you get to the coast via 299 I would recommend mad river rapids RV park for a stop over for your day trip south. To the north, yes, Prairie Creek is our fave. Space 33 is a small drive thru along the creek. Jedediah smith state park is also a nice stop heading north.
korbe 04/10/15 08:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tow haul switch???

I will sometime turn it off when I'm ready to accelerate, because it may still think I need the compression. I will do this because it will take high RPMs to shift on its own.
korbe 04/10/15 04:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What the Heck is this

Darn it. My rig didn't come with one. The previous owner must have taken it with him - when he cleaned out his silverware drawer.
korbe 04/10/15 02:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Any financial advantages of buying new RV vs used?

I have always felt that slightly used means that the rig is broken in and the warranty work has already been done.
korbe 04/10/15 10:30am Beginning RVing
RE: How far to travel with only 2 weeks vacation time/year

I wonder what sights you may miss traveling 650 miles in one day. For us, in this great country, there are a lot of things to see at least every couple hundred miles or so.
korbe 04/09/15 09:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Filling a Travel Trailer from a Community Water Source

I will take a few trips to the spigot with my 6-gal green container with spout (from Walmart) where the spout fits into the fill hole. http://i.walmartimages.com/i/p/00/06/08/23/85/0006082385804_500X500.jpg height=400
korbe 04/09/15 10:00am Travel Trailers
RE: De-winterizing Water Tank -- Newbie question

I would have it ready anyway. You never know.
korbe 04/09/15 06:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Quick road food

Perfect. Yes I agree totally. No microwave or crock pot necessary.
korbe 04/08/15 05:47pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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