We are at Pleasant Lake RV for 27 a night, with Good Sam rate. Great resort and very quiet at night...you can hear the wild burros fart in the early AM. Will check out "The Rally" tomorrow. Then we must decide if we will adjust the travel plans home, due to a projected storm.
Come on now. We all know it was Vince you heard.
How was the drive over?
Show me your Flamingo Floyd's Mom and Dad
Tom and Lerinda
2005 Fleetwood Providence 39L
Rallies: 9 (so far)
Website: Tom & Rindy's Adventures
Back from vacation yesterday and beat the rain. It rained pretty hard in Simi Valley. My neighbors probably think I'm nuts, as they watched me wash the trailer in a downpour. I was able to dislodge the gazillion bugs I killed between here and Pheonix. I still have to clean the awning after last weekends storm, but I'll save that for another day.
Dwight, we will miss you too. Sorry to hear the knee is keeping you out of action.
I got an idea, why don't you just get Brunetta to do the driving, setup and packing???
I bet it would be a small sacrifice to get you out of the house.
Ray, I have been out of the loop but what rally are you talking about that has that many rigs?
SHOW ME YOUR FLAMINGO !!!!!
Mike, Linda and doggies Lola and Tilly 2008 National RV Dolphin DX35Ci, 07 Saturn Vue,
Rallys = 10 and Counting
Gatherings = lost count
one to keep in mind Adam most lifts require a DP type frame. The lift weighs 3-400 lbs and then the motorcycle. Most C and gas A class have extensions to factory frame and won't support the weight. Along with that much weight that far behind the rear wheels overloads the rear axle.
Wow I took a look at the frame and I now see what you mean by "extension". Literally an extension eh!!! I guess axle rating does no good if your frame is like that!
So I'm in the works on getting a trailer. That adds more room for stuff anyway. See you soon!