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RE: Back into TC again

I really like it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have my Wolf Creek.
1mtnman 03/30/15 02:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Tork lift outside arms compatibility

My sense would be to contact Torklift. They should know, they made them.
1mtnman 03/30/15 02:29pm Truck Campers
RE: Lower Stableloads - Engaging Only the Rears?

I only have them on the rear. There is very little weight transferred to the front. My camper only places less than 200lb on the front.
1mtnman 03/29/15 04:44pm Truck Campers
RE: Our First TC!

SUZMAX: Try this site for posting your pictures. RVNET
1mtnman 03/29/15 10:11am Truck Campers
RE: A visit to see the Sandhill Crane migration

Was that taller white bird in the video a whooping crane? Yes it was. According to the speaker at the Trust indoctrination session he has been coming back with the cranes for a couple of years. He didn't show last year and they are concerned about him, His name is Bob!
1mtnman 03/20/15 06:45am Around the Campfire
RE: Where is your truck camper headed this summer?

Over the previous summers I have headed to the cooler temperatures of the Rocky Mountains or the heat and humidity of the plains of Kansas, for my summers, visiting friends, hiking, kayaking and riding motorcycles. Essentially staying out of the way of people until after Labor Day. I always imagined as time went on and my years begin a process I knew would sometime slow my pace. For then I would hover longer in a single place. Well, this situation will begin this summer. For I received a phone call, a couple of months ago, a few years early I would say. It was a request to come back and do something I had left, over 35 years ago. I am returning to the National Park Service this summer, just for a few months. After doing the formal application/interview/background investigation it seems pretty much a commitment now. When I mentioned, to them, I would want to continue living off the grid, while posted at the Ranger Station, they laughed and said; "Sure." So, this will be a change for me and something I am looking forward to doing. b Do you have any idea where you might be located? Just curious as I spent 12 year as a backcountry Ranger for the USFS out of Ft Collins, Co. A very enjoyable venture to say the least. 1mtnman
1mtnman 03/19/15 02:43pm Truck Campers
A visit to see the Sandhill Crane migration

I spent a few days east of Kearney, Ne viewing the Sandhill Crane migration at the Platt River Crane Trust facility. It was a great experience for me and the Trust is doing a great job in providing a natural environment for the Cranes. It is a non profit organization and they rely on public donations to maintain several thousand acres as close as possible to the natural state that they were at hundreds of years ago. The Cranes stop here every year on their way to there summer destinations where they will bore their young and continue their way of life once again in the fall. It was a great way to spend some time in an uncrowded environment. Here is a web site that has some info and video. Sandhill Click on the video picture to view.
1mtnman 03/19/15 02:35pm Around the Campfire
A visit to see the Sandhill Crane migration

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1mtnman 03/19/15 02:35pm Truck Campers
RE: Navajo Lake State Park Colorado

We spent some time at Navajo Lake on the Colorado side. Navajo A very nice park with three separate campgrounds. One has FHU's and all have showers. An early season or late season visit is a great choice. Does get a tad warm in mid season.
1mtnman 03/09/15 08:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where is your truck camper headed this summer?

I'm heading to Kearney,Ne to see the Whooping Crane migration in a week. Will spend a few days there and hope our wonderful weather holds until I get back to Colorado.
1mtnman 03/08/15 07:28am Truck Campers
RE: Where is your truck camper headed this summer?

Heading home to Gig Harbor, WA. The Army is finally moving me from Alabama. DW, kids, and I are excited. As usual with our many Army moves will take 30 days and slowly traverse the country stopping and seeing what ever we want. We have done this 4 times before, never make reservations, and just wing it. Always a great adventure for us. Thanks for your service brother.
1mtnman 03/08/15 07:26am Truck Campers
RE: Cochise Stronghold

Thanks for sharing the pictures of your travels. I lived in Arizona for many years so know the area well. Hope the little guy enjoyed it also. They do remember those camping trip as the years go by. I'm now into taking my Great Grand Children on those trips. I capitalized GGC because they are the best yet!!
1mtnman 03/05/15 04:31pm Truck Campers
RE: Fruita Campground, Capital Reef Nat'l Park

Don't confuse Fruita CG in Capitol Reef, UT with the James M Robb SP CG in Fruita, CO. :) Sorry for the misinterpretation of Fruita in Capitol Reef versus Fruita, Co
1mtnman 03/04/15 06:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need opinion(s) on satellite internet

I have been researching ways to get rid of DirectTV and instead stream the type of program I enjoy without have to pay for all the garbage that goes along with satellite packages. If a person has a good internet connection and one of the smart TV's I find there are streaming packages available that provide many of the programs I enjoy without having to subscribe to a satellite package. There are ways to get local channels if you use them for local news or weather and then you can choose a streaming package of your choice. I recently found one which provides many of the sports channels I like. It is called "Sling TV" at this location; Sling Have others been looking at this method of satisfying your TV needs?
1mtnman 03/04/15 06:44pm Technology Corner
RE: Fruita Campground, Capital Reef Nat'l Park

Call them. James M. Robb Colorado river campground
1mtnman 03/04/15 01:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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
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