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RE: Any experience towing a Miata?

What year and type of transmission?
ArchHoagland 12/18/14 04:18pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Pulled the trigger

Do what I did and move to California. I grew up in Williamsport.
ArchHoagland 12/14/14 09:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: flat towing 2009 Nisian morano all wheel drive

We were going to buy a Murano until I discovered you have to use a trailer. It has a Continuously Variable Transmission and can't be towed.
ArchHoagland 12/14/14 09:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now where do we go?

How ironic, we were there about two weeks ago as well. Here's what I saw. My wife and walked from the RV park to Antoines for dinner on Friday evening. That's prime time in NOLA. After dinner, we walked along Bourbon Street and the surrounding areas. It was as chaotic as I've ever seen. There were certainly what appeared to be gangs or groups of organized people scattered about but there were police at every corner. In fact, I've never seen so many police in one place. We elected to take a cab back to the RV park. I normally visit NOLA in the summer where the smell of rotting garbage, cigarette smoke, urine and odors not worthy of mention are virtually unbearable, but when I visited a couple of weeks ago, the smells were not very strong. I'd say if you you like to drink, jazz music, or cheesy sex shows, you have to visit. Also, if you simply like people watching and nightlife, that's the place to go. I also agree with the other poster who said to take a cab back to the RV park. I enjoyed our visit and hope you don't let the risk scare you away. I was in Ft Lauderdale two weeks ago. We were stopped at a traffic light and a pan handler started banging on our windows and shouting at us. First time I've ever seen this happen anywhere. I wish there were police on corners in Ft Lauderdale. So it goes to show you this stuff goes on everywhere.
ArchHoagland 12/12/14 08:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Now where do we go?

We have been at the French Quarter RV park four times. We heard all the stories and never had a problem. I wouldn't hesitate to go there again.
ArchHoagland 12/11/14 10:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Blowout!

So have you checked with your insurance company to see if they will cover any of the damages?
ArchHoagland 12/08/14 05:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Orlando and South After Christmas

You may want to call some of the RV parks in the areas you are considering. My experience around Ft Lauderdale a couple years ago in January was that snowbirds had filled up all the parks. We just now spent two weeks in Ft Lauderdale and were impressed by their driving skills in that area...... You'll see what I mean.
ArchHoagland 12/06/14 03:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Blowout!

Had an inside dual blow out last year. $2,000 to put on a new tire and tow it to a dealer. $10,000 to repair all the house wiring that got wrapped around the axle and had been ripped out of main control panel. AAA paid for the whole thing so I was a happy camper. Have you contacted your insurance company?
ArchHoagland 12/06/14 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks California coast

We stayed here. This is a nice park, near Legoland where we took our grandson this past summer. It's about a five minute walk to the ocean. You will need to make reservations soon.
ArchHoagland 11/20/14 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bypass Phoenix from Flagstaff to Palm Springs

I would bypass Phoenix completely by going to Kingman then to Palm Springs. X4. Just ran down 95 last week. Two lane but things move along pretty good.
ArchHoagland 11/18/14 07:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

Came through Baton Rouge today, Friday, at 4pm. Took an hour and a half from the west side to the east, never got out of first gear. Planned on hitting it at 1pm but my coach had an electrical issue, wouldn't start, and we got delayed for two hours this morning. Great fun.... Staying at Lakeside RV Park in Livingston tonight and hoping the coach starts tomorrow.
ArchHoagland 11/14/14 06:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: skylight over shower

Home Depot or Lowes or roofing supply places. About 1/4 the cost. They carry the form shaped covers for RV's? He took the words out of my mouth!!
ArchHoagland 11/10/14 10:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

It seems to me that most Louisiana roads are corrugated. I do recommend I12 to miss New Orleans. LOL Love that corrugated statement!!!
ArchHoagland 11/07/14 11:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

Americandream...I'll keep that in mind. bshpilot....We've stayed at the French Quarter Park three times. Nice park. Thinking we might try the one at the Lake this time.
ArchHoagland 11/06/14 09:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

jeomelia....already Googled the split....I Google Map the entire route, especially through major cities because there are occasional times where it can get a bit confusing even if you are staying on a major interstate. We've been to New Orleans three times and wanted to avoid it this time on the way headed east. However, coming back home we will be going there for our Muffuletta Sandwich from Central Grocery and Cafe Du Monde Beignets. We go through Los Angeles a lot so the traffic around Baton Rouge will make us feel at home.... Thanks again everyone for all the tips.
ArchHoagland 11/05/14 10:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Avoiding New Orleans on I10

sdianel....I had just looked at that RV park last night. Looks really nice and if we are at a stopping time will stay there. We are headed to Ft Lauderdale for a cruise and will go to 75 and take the turnpike to our campground....Twin Lakes in Ft Lauderdale. Anybody ever stay there? Thanks for the tips on the best time to go through Baton Rouge. However the ship leaves on the 22 and our trip heading there will be based on maximum mileage per day in daylight hours, arriving before dark at campgrounds along the way. I was worried about weather as I won't drive in high winds but the long term 10 day forecasts are showing excellent weather so I'm happy about that. We went down the west side of Florida a few years ago so will explore the east side this time. Sure have some smooth roads in Florida!
ArchHoagland 11/05/14 09:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help determining if I can get a motorhome into my driveway

First off....I'm guessing I could turn my 40' DP into that driveway and make it. If your new coach can't, move the mailbox over a few feet, and throw a piece of plywood down on the corner (over the grass) and back in over the curb. I wish mine were that easy to access! Those were my exact thoughts!!! I've found backing my motorhome is a lot easier than backing my truck and trailer ever were. I'm a bit surprised they will let you store it by your house seeing as how picky they are.
ArchHoagland 11/04/14 11:12pm Class A Motorhomes
Avoiding New Orleans on I10

We are going from California to Florida on Interstate 10 next week and as I look at the route it appears that taking I12 in Baton Rouge would be a good idea to avoid all the traffic around New Orleans. Any thoughts or comments?
ArchHoagland 11/04/14 10:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Workhorse Repair Centers?

Idea Another Possible Yet another Another Let us know what the solution is please.
ArchHoagland 11/03/14 10:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Were coming to America

As far as campground reservations....we almost never make reservations as it puts you on a time schedule. For example next week we leave California, headed to Florida and have no reservations at all. I talked to a campground in Florida where we will stay and they said no reservations were required as they are half empty at the time we will arrive. However, we DO make reservations on the 4th of July holiday. That is a MUST time to have reservations.
ArchHoagland 11/02/14 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
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