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RE: In Praise of the Single Sink

Here is a mod to my Wolf Creek 816 with a single round sink. http://i.imgur.com/lRifAiel.jpg
1mtnman 03/25/16 10:50am Truck Campers
RE: Moose lodges with RV spots

Here is a site you might look at. Moose RV Parking
1mtnman 03/12/16 08:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 5th wheel for Colorado/Canyon twins?

I've seen a lot of RV's over the years but never one with bars on the windows. Sure glad I don't live where that one is stored!
1mtnman 02/15/16 02:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: TC Forum: Senior Members

I'm not the oldest member of the truck camper forum but I might be on 1/25/16 because it is my birthday and I will be 81. I'm now using two steps instead of one to get in the overhead bed but that's because my legs are getting shorter!
1mtnman 01/22/16 06:44pm Truck Campers
RE: Best way to handle a late night knock on your door

I recently installed a motion detection solar LED light near the door of my camper. It might detour someone from approaching you door and is certainly bright enough for you to see who is there.
1mtnman 01/19/16 12:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 'Volunteering at state and federal park

I my part of the Front Range of Colorado there are several opportunities to volunteer both for the USFS and the Colorado State Parks. Most of the positions are strictly volunteer and there is no pay involved. Some of the positions would be to man forest service camps that are no longer used for that purpose but are rather historic places for visitors in those areas. Others may be visitor centers and are usually historic places that are use as information centers and provide information about the surrounding areas. There are generally facilities for RV parking and utilities are provided. A great way to meet interesting people and learn about the surrounding area.
1mtnman 12/25/15 10:21am Workamping Forum
RE: Volunteering

Do they only allow people with truck campers? No at many of the sites they provide lodging and they provide wonderful meals at all locations. The more remote sites have RV parking although many times it is just an open area. Other times it could be an adjacent campground. I volunteered in late October to help restore a beautiful 1903 lodge on a previous large ranch. It is now owned by the Jefferson School District in Denver. At that location they had lodging and a large cafeteria where the Histori Corp cook fixed our meals. Really a great bunch of people both those crew personnel from the Corps and those that volunteer. I have pictures from that work project should anyone be interested you can PM me.
1mtnman 12/25/15 10:08am Truck Campers
RE: Must see places

I might add Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park. We like Moraine Park Campground but you need to be online at midnight on Jan 1st or allowable dates based upon what time of year you expect to travel. We have many places we like to go that are not well known but have found over the years by constant research.
1mtnman 12/25/15 09:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions

I have been a volunteering for many years with the USFS and have been involved with them as a back country ranger patrolling the USFS trail and wilderness areas out of Ft Collins, Co. I finished up 12 years in this capacity some 4 years ago and have been looking for a worthwhile mission that I could get involved in and use my truck camper as my base traveling to wherever the volunteer work was located. After seeing a article on the evening news I decided to contact the Histori Corps. This is a volunteer organization whose members participate in restoring historic places. They are a great group of dedicated people from all over the country and from all walks of life who's ambition is to volunteer their time to a worthwhile cause. Here is their Web site if you are one of those type persons. HistoriCorps
1mtnman 12/24/15 07:11pm Truck Campers
RE: Colorado Ownership Tax

I would get in touch with the Dept of Revenue. The last time I had this question they referred me to section of their dept that provides this info.
1mtnman 12/22/15 03:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Name this location

Fisher Towers. Spent several nights off Onion creek rd, next left past Fisher Towers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVcV9ItdZ8w Cabman 850 you are so right also. Everyone loves this country. Happy Holidays!
1mtnman 12/15/15 12:04pm Truck Campers
RE: Name this location

I'd say Fisher Towers north east of Moab. Been to the bottom and looked down on top. A beautiful place for sure. http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj190/whazoo100/FisherTowers.jpg http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj190/whazoo100/FisherTowers2.jpg http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj190/whazoo100/Top%20of%20the%20World%20March%2008/IMG_7270.jpg http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj190/whazoo100/Top%20of%20the%20World%20March%2008/IMG_7287.jpg Whazoo, you have been everywhere! You are exactly correct. A wonderful hike and great views at Fisher Towers along the Colorado River and east of Moab.
1mtnman 12/15/15 12:01pm Truck Campers
Name this location

http://i1275.photobucket.com/albums/y451/1mtnman1/Colorado%20Fall%202014/Redrock%20Country/IMG_0040-Copy_zps73c35f3b.jpg]NANETHIS The winter doldrums have set in so lets have some fun! Name this location
1mtnman 12/14/15 03:17pm Truck Campers
RE: Blacksplash mods

I ended up using.....now don't freak out.....a mirror as a back splash. Cheap, light, easily cleaned, stuck to the wall with 3m tape. The biggest advantage is that it makes the kitchen look HUGE! Don't freak about the cleaning, it's not like your deep frying fish every night. Mine hardly gets dirty at all. Try it, you'll like it. Sounds good to me. You always know who is doing the cooking!
1mtnman 12/12/15 06:00am Truck Campers
RE: Blacksplash mods

Back SplashI settled on using 12X12 stick down flooring vinyl for my back splash modification. I will see how it holds up. Looks good at this point.http://i1275.photobucket.com/albums/y451/1mtnman1/Camper%20mods%202_zpsuop3rwfo.jpg]back splash modification
1mtnman 12/11/15 07:13pm Truck Campers
LED solar motion light

I order one of these to install on the rear of my camper. Might be a good choice for those with towed vehicles to hook and unhook in less that desirable light conditions. Will report on it when it is installed.Solar LED
1mtnman 12/10/15 08:18am Truck Campers
RE: Blacksplash mods

Thanks for all your help and advise. Think I'll turn the heat on in the camper and spend some time taking care of that little project.
1mtnman 12/08/15 05:11pm Truck Campers
Blacksplash mods

Has anyone used the stick on blacksplash panels that are available instead of the tile that uses grout? Was interested in how well the adhesive holds.
1mtnman 12/08/15 09:54am Truck Campers
RE: What would You Order?

I would keep the microwave and use a Honda 2000i instead of the on board generator. I have a crock pot and electric skillet sand find the times I need an oven to be very rare.
1mtnman 11/15/15 06:20pm Truck Campers
RE: "Scarcer" than hens' teeth

I always wave at other TC's I see on the road. We have a lot more TC's out here in Colorado and of course we reside right off Hwy34 which goes to Estes Park so we see many types of rigs all summer.
1mtnman 08/18/15 09:41am Truck Campers
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