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RE: Playing guitars with new people while camping?

I would imagine music would apply the same as to everything else in most camp grounds of 10pm? You can only play an acoustic bass guitar or 6string guitar so loud. That being said I ALWAYS try to camp away from others any where I camp. I live in the crowded city & why I camp, To get away from people!
Blanco1 12/03/16 09:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Playing guitars with new people while camping?

I keep thinking about taking my Acoustic Bass 4 string with me when ever we camp? Hoping I might find people to jam with around the camp fire. What is your experience with this plan?
Blanco1 12/03/16 07:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: please help me find a another latch off bathroom cupboard?

Many times contact with Lance can get you to the correct vendor. I actually called them & then e-mailed them a couple pictures of it & still have not heard from them? I should call them tomorrow. To ask them after I've e-mailed them. The problem with the round one posted links to is that the hole is square.
Blanco1 12/01/16 10:01pm General RVing Issues
please help me find a another latch off bathroom cupboard?

Here what it looks like out of my '85 Lance 900. http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/1101223/fullsize/img_5008.jpg http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/1101224/fullsize/img_5009.jpg Considering its age I suppose I'm not surprised it cracked & broke.
Blanco1 11/30/16 02:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

we will be going to the pinnacles at Trona pinnacles, and it is quite nice. Please show me a picture of your rig? Because at this point that my plan too for tomorrow night & then likely moving on. Here a picture of my rig. please come say hi to us if you recognize it. http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/919748/fullsize/img_2662.jpg
Blanco1 11/22/16 04:34am Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

Wild idea -- Davy Brown Campground, way up in the Los Padres, above Los Olivos. Quiet, shady, lots of trees. Here is the link to the Forestcamping description: Davy Brown That is a cool spot. We started from there on a backpacking trip that went up an over Hurricane deck to the Sisquoc river a 65 mile loop, fairly deserted but beautiful area Sounds nice.
Blanco1 11/20/16 04:01am Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

we will be going to the pinnacles at Trona pinnacles, and it is quite nice. I've been thinking about this place. The rock formations are pretty cool. Not much to do there, but neat to look at. This is the one outside of RidgeCrest right? China lake area?
Blanco1 11/20/16 04:00am Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

Valley of Fire maybe?
Blanco1 11/18/16 11:24pm Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

I'm pretty sure you'll possibly, maybe, find a spot, but, with about 15 million folks living in LA, BS, SD and Ven counties, many of whom are looking for the same thing... well, Good Luck. Thanks.
Blanco1 11/18/16 11:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

Anza Borrego or Joshua Tree, Red Rock Canyon State park on 14Anza & Red Rock are pretty much Off road play grounds are they not? Like I said I don't wanna go to crowds playing off road & bumming me out that I did not bring mine. :( Whats out at Joshua Tree? I've always heard about that area & assume this time of year has a better Climate? But would Camp fires be allowed?
Blanco1 11/18/16 05:50am Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

Pretty much all the National Forests will have fire restrictions in place unless we get a good wetting rain before Thanksgiving. Closest for you would be Frazier Park/ Chuchupate area. There are some c.g. out thru the Hungry Valley OHV area towards Alamo Mtn that would be truck camper accessable, but might be impacted for the holiday. For a real quiet out of the way place, hit Miranda Pine c.g. on the Sierra Madre/ Macpherson Pk. road off of Hwy 166 west of Cuyama by Rock Front Ranch. Inside the San Rafael Wilderness. Can pretty much guarantee there will be nobody there. If it rains as scheduled this Sunday, you may want to call the Los Padres Forest to see if they shut the gate at Hwy 166 for the winter. It was open 2 days ago. You sound like you know what your talking about & will call them tomorrow while at work if I can.. I don't care to camp in the Hungry valley play ground because I'll get upset I did not bring my 4X4.
Blanco1 11/17/16 09:48pm Truck Campers
RE: Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

If you consider glamis close then anza borrego will be a fine choice. You could camp up a wash and probably see 1 or 2 jeeps all weekend. That is if you have 4wd. Also, if you are into riding atv's there some Blm land near ocotillo wells that is pretty uncrowded. Pm me if you want any more info. Actually yes I consider Glamis farther than I had in mind. I don't mind something around San Diego just straight down the 5 fwy Or something north towards Bakersfield? I just learned today after talking to the Angeles forest rangers that there are NO campgrounds at all in that area that currently allow Camp fires & for me thats a BIG part of the fun.. SO Thats out. :( Might have to start considering a actual privately run camp ground so I can have my Camp fires? Still looking for ideas? Just hoping to find a nice new place that won't be too busy?
Blanco1 11/17/16 08:14pm Truck Campers
Looking for a So Cal Thanksgiving uncrowned camp spot

The wife & I along with our 100lb dog are looking for a cool location close to L.A. to go camping during thanksgiving. Don't want anything crowded & crazy like we did last year at the Glamis Sand dunes. We would prefer something quite, maybe in the mountains? Was thinking maybe somewhere up Angeles Crest? Or maybe somewhere up around Frazier Park up on top of the Grape Vine? Open to ideas, don't wanna go too far considering we have an out of state trip plan next month.
Blanco1 11/17/16 04:02pm Truck Campers
Spray on foam insulation for exposed dump lines?

Might that help keep things from freezing? With or with out a heated line inside it? Might it be a bad Ideal to run an electric heat line inside that? Is it flammable?
Blanco1 11/12/16 11:37pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

Well I just ordered them & figure if the weight is needed, I'll bolt some sort of weight onto them. Weight isn't needed. I hope not but will deal with the Trial & error to see....
Blanco1 10/18/16 10:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

Well I just ordered them & figure if the weight is needed, I'll bolt some sort of weight onto them.
Blanco1 10/18/16 07:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

Ok I just ordered them without weights & hope I like them?
Blanco1 10/17/16 07:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

Ultimate flap seems to be affordable & they say that their flaps are sorta flexible & yet stiff enough that them rolling up over the tire is not an issue & the weight is not needed. & people mostly buy those weighted ones for the looks. $75.00 free shipping with no weights & $119.00 for the weighted ones. $44.00 difference. My truck is no show queen & think the weights would be nice but I'd prefer to save the money for other things. Like camping trips.
Blanco1 10/17/16 02:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

I'm gonna call some of them links tomorrow & finally order some & maybe have my mechanic fit them for me if its not a simple bolt on? Everyone's definition of how easy they are to install differs. They aren't a simple bolt one - holes need drilled in the flaps, and usually need drilled in the lip inside the wheel opening. Here's what I recall about mounting flaps after I remounted (relocated) a set of flaps on one of my trucks today. Once you have the vertical and horizontal position determined, and are ready to start drilling, drill the top hole first. Secure the top with the mounting hardware, then make final adjustments for "level". The top screw becomes a pivot point. Once i had the top screw installed, I used a large grip clamp to hold the flap in position while I made final adjustments. Thanks for the tips.
Blanco1 10/17/16 02:43pm Truck Campers
RE: Best Mud Flaps?

I'm gonna call some of them links tomorrow & finally order some & maybe have my mechanic fit them for me if its not a simple bolt on?
Blanco1 10/16/16 03:26pm Truck Campers
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