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RE: Northbound Nogales Crossing

PM sent rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/17/18 06:00pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Virgin River Canyon Campground, Littlefield AZ

And Wind! Wind came up in the evening and the MH was a rockin. But looked at those in tents and they were holding on for dear life. Try to get in the back row towards the river, quieter. We would return! rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/08/18 12:36pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Monument Valley

Hwy 163 is better than the final section of Arizona Hwy 191 about 20-30 miles South the AZ/Ut border on Hwy 191 to Moab. Should you take 191 instead of 163 beware of the rough sections, more than one. Little or no signage and you will need to drop speed. BUT easier to nearly no hills to climb like 163 at the border before Mexican Hat. IMHO already ruined when they blacktopped everything around the Trading Post. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/07/18 02:43pm Roads and Routes
RE: ATV in Mexico streets

Just stop before the border and stay in Arizona. ATVs, SidexSides and dirt bikes are legal in AZ with just a few mods, insurance and tags (except freeways). rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/07/18 02:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Albuquerque During Balloon Fest

Camping on-site with hookups sells out in a very short time after the current year's event. Dry camping for the first weekend soon afterwards. We have had our reservations since last Oct, first weekend (hookups were already sold out then). If you bring a dog to dry camping area (I don't know about the hookup area), beware there can be a LOT of thrones / stickers that can cause heck with their paws and bicycle tire/tubes. There are a lot of videos on youtube about the dry camping area and nearly everything else. Cancellation policy has gotten tougher and is changing. ABQ traffic can be pretty bad any day let alone Balloon Fest. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/05/18 07:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Halogen to LED Headlights?

Not to worry, drive 99.9% of the time during the day. Night driving is RARE and I know how to adjust the lights. Yes DOT only! Wanted to know what others have done, so many products out there and a lot is trash. Thanks everyone thus far, rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/04/18 09:17pm Class A Motorhomes
Halogen to LED Headlights?

Need recommendation? Have 4 light 4"x6" headlight system with halogens. Want to convert to LED. Thanks, rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 04/04/18 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do Mexicans need US auto insurance when crossing north?

Only for the law biding Illegal aliens get DLs in AZ and drive around w/o insurance all the time Then a gain so do alot of US Citizens Like I said...only the law biding do Insurance is required to drive in US....so would imagine folks crossing either border (North/South) would need Insurance In AZ a vehicle can not be licensed / plated without Insurance. If the Insurance expires the state will send a notice demanding proof of insurance or the plates will be pulled all within a month. rocmoc n AZ I recently purchased a Jeep from a private party in Arizona and I did not have to provide proof of insurance when I licensed the Jeep. You should get a letter in the mail asking for proof. If not they screwed up, plain and simple! rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/27/18 08:50am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: buying wire

Have use Northern Arizona Wind & Sun, https://www.solar-electric.com/. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/23/18 08:35am Tech Issues
RE: Flat Tow vs Tow Dolly

Flat Tow!! rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/22/18 07:44pm Dinghy Towing
RE: flordia snow birds heading north

Snowbirds headed home from Arizona also. Will be a lot more since we are getting in the 80s and a record today of 91. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/22/18 07:41pm Snowbirds
RE: Do Mexicans need US auto insurance when crossing north?

Only for the law biding Illegal aliens get DLs in AZ and drive around w/o insurance all the time Then a gain so do alot of US Citizens Like I said...only the law biding do Insurance is required to drive in US....so would imagine folks crossing either border (North/South) would need Insurance In AZ a vehicle can not be licensed / plated without Insurance. If the Insurance expires the state will send a notice demanding proof of insurance or the plates will be pulled all within a month. An AZ Highway Patrol Officer told me that tickets are not always followed up and paid so the Mexican vehicle will not be let back into USA at the border. If a Mexican vehicle is impounded, he said a different person than who was driving the vehicle will show up as the owner and demand their vehicle back and most often gets it. BUT this is not a common problem but the exception! The biggest problem is not wearing a seat belt and not use to the high speed limit, there are regular single Mexican vehicle accidents on I19 with someone or multi-persons thrown from the vehicle and dying. Because of all this and more, I carry Uninsured and Under-Insurance riders on all my policies. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/22/18 07:35pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Rv,s in sonora

Hopefully, the border will dissolve and there won't be any need to spend all that money. It's apparent that we can't live without each other. You can now travel through Central America on one visa. I'd rather see a wall around Washington DC where MS13 (a group started in the U.S. and allowed to flourish to 30000 members without check) seems to have a stronghold and cut up bodies appear just miles from the White House. :B rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/17/18 11:46am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Rv,s in sonora

The "Wall" and NAFTA will have its price sooner or later. The free zone could easily disappear in a few short years. I don't think so. Arizona has a reciprocating policy in place that allows Mexicans to travel as far North as Phoenix. All about business between Arizona & Sonora, not USA & Mexico. There is a coalition of State (both Az & Son)reps, business reps & private citizens groups that meet on a regular biases to maintain and increase Millions of dollars of trade and retail between AZ & Son. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/17/18 06:43am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Vehicle Insurance in Sonora without a FMM (Visa)

Cool! Great idea, online! rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/14/18 08:02am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Vehicle Insurance in Sonora without a FMM (Visa)

Try the Guaymas Airport first, you are only 15-20 miles away. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/11/18 07:02am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Vehicle Insurance in Sonora without a FMM (Visa)

This may have changed! A few years back we met friends at the Empalme Customs Office (just south of Guaymas on Mex 15) to go further South. They had not got their Visas (Now FFM) at KM21. Empalme office would not issue TIP without Visas and Empalme does not issue Visas. But they were able get Visas at the Guaymas Airport but had to pay a 1000 peso penalty ($100US at the time). After they had their Visas were able to get their TIP at Empalme. Don't know if this is still possible. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/08/18 04:43pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Lees Ferry Campground near Page AZ.

One of our favorites! rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/07/18 06:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hite, Utah area Camping & 4 x 4 Trails ?

Before you reach Hite from the East on Hwy 95 there are some trail off the North side of the road. Not many great places to pull over and camp. Once you reach the Lake/River continue on about 11 miles until you come to the narrow part of the sandstone canyon. Have seen people camped under/near the trees. There are a few trails going into the slick rock. Continue on another 16 miles (almost to Hanksville) to BLM 15210 (BLM road). We camped on the West side of Hwy 95, all BLM. The trails from here to the West will take you above treeline and the trails on the East side will take you to the Dirty Colorado River. One of the best trips we ever, we had side by sides with us. Every micro climate there is in one location. Can get hot even in early May. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/07/18 06:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 7-8 ft of snow in the Sierras

Voters of California voted down many water projects during the 80s when I worked for the Dept of Water Resources. Much of the blame belongs to the people of California themselves! Every project has winners and losers when built and the people chose to not do anything that may or could change the existing natural environment. First hand info as I was there in the planning of the projects and trying to change events. Did in my own community on the local water irrigation district board but the state never was successful. Also lived in South Tahoe winter '92-'93 when we had a winter with snow over the roofs of homes. My son cleared many a roof that winter and did will $. rocmoc n AZ Gotta keep the fish alive:R Very true! When you talk about water rights, min stream level / water rights for the fish are FIRST / #1. Then the farmers before business & personal use. What I never totally agreed with was the water for the Steel Head in the Delta as they are not a native species. A LOT of water is wasted thu the Delta to keep the salt water level down because of the Steel Head. rocmoc n AZ
rocmoc 03/03/18 07:57am Roads and Routes
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