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RE: Moab Campgrounds

This is the one I would choose. I wouldn't worry about reservations but would plan on getting in there right after noon to 2:00. Horsethief
1mtnman 03/02/15 02:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Weber Q?

JesLookin, thanks for sharing that great info. I will be printing a copy for home and my camper. 1mtnman
1mtnman 02/27/15 09:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Weber Q?

When using the Weber with a large tank do you have to do anything with the Weber control unit?
1mtnman 02/27/15 08:28am General RVing Issues
RE: St. Vrain SP, Longmont, CO

Another vote for Boyd Lake State Park. Much quieter and certainly more scenic. I tried to stay at St Vrain one time and couldn't stand the noise regardless of location within the park.
1mtnman 02/27/15 06:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

We always stay on the Fiesta grounds. Been real lucky in getting up front where they sometimes land. This is dry camping. We go in on Wednesday and stay till Saturday. Sometimes Sunday. Depending on the weather. What is the process in getting a space on the grounds? Thanks for the reply.
1mtnman 02/24/15 06:55pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

Looking for recommendations for RV sites that Rvers use when visiting the balloon fiesta in Albuquerque.
1mtnman 02/24/15 06:01pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
Four Winds Majestic

In searching for used Class C's I find that the Four Winds Majestic units are less expensive than most other and wonder why that is. Are they cheaper built or are many of them previous rental units? Thanks for you comments.
1mtnman 02/22/15 11:50am Class C Motorhomes
RE: California Body Type ( BTM) Codes

Like every state, California has its laws. Many of these make no sense, with the same being true in every state. I think too many people jump into something not researching it in depth. When folks brag about where the live being so inexpensive, I do not think they consider other circumstances. Personally, I have never been in a Hurricane, tornado, snow storm, or weather below 30 degrees (for more than two or three weeks per year). I only need to run the A/C for about four weeks a year, it does not rain here weeks on end. I might get 2" to 4" of snow every year, that last no more than a week or two. Never needed a snow plow. I can use my TC year round, and never winterize it. I can store my TC outside all year. Within two hours, I can be at the ocean, desert, Pine trees at 8000 feet, snow, or a major city. I only have fog maybe five or six days a year, then it is more of a low cloud. It is expected to be 71 degrees Sunday, with a low of 47 Sunday night. I pay about $250 a year license. I could save about $225 a year and not have the conditions I described above. I have no interest in trading places. Wayne Wayne we here in Wonderful Colorado are so glad you feel that way as we have too damn many Californians here already!!
1mtnman 02/18/15 06:38pm Truck Campers
RE: Prescriptions

My wife's doctor recommended this drug provider for her inhalator prescription as it is over $500.00 for a 90 day supply in the good old USA. Her prescription is $124.00 via this company. Canadadrugs
1mtnman 02/18/15 04:39pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: California Body Type ( BTM) Codes

In Colorado we don't pay anything for the camper. They do however nick you pretty good for the truck registration.
1mtnman 02/12/15 06:14am Truck Campers
RE: TV for the RV

I have a 22" I bought from Target for around $200. It is not 12 volt but I use an inverter that I paid less than $50 for and it works for many other uses such as charging cell phones and running my computer.
1mtnman 02/06/15 09:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Class A RV One-Way from Coast to Coast (May-June 2015)

Last summer while camping in RMNP I met a neighbor camping family who has on several occasions picked up a new Class C at the factory and was enroute to taking it to Utah. While doing so them were given a number of days to accomplish this delevery. They said it cost them like $35.00 per day and all fuel was paid for. This may not meet your needs but it sounds like an inexpensive way to see the country.
1mtnman 02/06/15 09:05am RV Lifestyle
RE: Just ordered a Wolf Creek 840

Congratulations on your purchase of your Wolf Creek. The 840 is a nice design and they appear to be well built units. This is my third year with mine and it has served me well. Took 13 trips with it last year and have never had a problem with it.
1mtnman 02/01/15 06:21pm Truck Campers
RE: Alien Revenge?

I had the pleasure of reading it in its entirety and didn't see anything offensive at all. Wonder what Whazoo thinks??
1mtnman 01/18/15 07:13am Truck Campers
Colorado Fall 2014

We took our yearly fall trip through our home state of Colorado this year in the third week of September. The aspens were at their best and the weather at that time of year is something to behold. Our travels took us from our home town of Loveland to Estes Park and then along the Peak to Peak hwy (7 and 72) to Idaho Springs where we joined I70 to Georgetown. At Georgetown we climbed over Guanella Pass to Bailey. We proceeded on Hwy 285 to Fairplay and Hwy 9 to Frisco where we spent the night a Colton Bay Campground on Lake Dillon. The Colton Bay campground has both electric and non electric sites and offers great views of the lake and surrounding mountain ranges. After a quite cool morning of 30 degrees we joined I70 once again, this time going eastbound to Hwy 40 where we climbed over Berthoud Pass in entered the Grand Valley where we took Hwy 34 to Lake Granby and our destination of Stillwater Campground. Stillwater campground is situated right on the west end of Lake Granby and also offers a beautiful treeless view of the lake and a 360 degree view of all that surrounds you. We spent two great fall days here and ended each day by watching the great sunsets to the west across the lake. There are many activities to partake in from this location and sightseeing and hiking top the list. It is an easy trip into Grand Lake for dinner or shopping. A trip along the Lake Granby to Arapahoe Bay and Monarch Lake is a great way to spend the day and if you are lucky you may see a moose or two as we did. Upon leaving this great location we proceeded via hwy 34 over Trail Ridge Road into Estes Park and on to our destination of Loveland. This year the aspens were as stunning as we have ever seen them in our more than 50 years in Colorado and we will enjoy the memories from this fall trip along with the many others we have taken in our state. Pictures from our trip: http://i1275.photobucket.com/albums/y451/1mtnman1/IMG_0908_zpsc1bce2b8.jpg Click on the picture!
1mtnman 01/14/15 03:26pm Truck Campers
RE: Utah Itinerary

I almost forgot! Don't miss the Moki Dugway http://www.midwestroads.com/otherstates/mokidugway/, and Valley Of The Gods http://www.utah.com/monumentvalley/ValleyOfTheGods.htm Sorry but this is my country and although I guard it from the throngs as long as you will be in that area "why not"!
1mtnman 01/14/15 02:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Utah Itinerary

If you haven't gotten reservations for RMNP you had better get them ASAP. You will have to check the web site and see the 1st date that you can reserve a site. That is especially true at Moraine C loop. I think 7 days is a long time unless you have specific places to visit. I would suggest that you make reservations on the west side of RMNP at Stillwater campground and as soon as the reservation system will allow. I would also recommend that you visit the Arapahoe Bay area at the south end of Granby Lake and take the hike around Monarch Lake. It is a beautiful place and there are two primitive campgrounds near there. I think your planned time at Mesa Verde is more than enough and would be incline to spend a day at Hovenweep Nat'l monument on your way to Capital Reef. The ruins there are very different and the hikes to them are a great way to spend some time enjoying the area. Have a great trip.
1mtnman 01/14/15 02:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New Camper 2015 Adventurer 89RB

Very nice looking camper. Hope you enjoy it as I have mine.
1mtnman 01/11/15 06:54am Truck Campers
RE: Colorado trip in mid May

I travel to the Moab every year in late March and early April and never have a problem. That being said you very well could run into a snow storm that would impede your travel plans. In that case you might have to spend an extra day prior to coming eastbound over the Eisenhower Tunnel. You definitely will not be able to travel over Trail Ridge road that time of year and probably not until the last week of May or even into early June. Most high altitude campgrounds do not open fully until the last week of May or first week of June.
1mtnman 01/10/15 06:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tire size 2000 Chevy 2500 4x4

I have a 2005 2500HD and did upgrade to 265/75/R16 E load. You will probably also need Stableloads and Timberns for your load. My camper weighs 3000lb loaded.
1mtnman 01/07/15 03:21pm Truck Campers
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