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RE: Your fav spot between Blythe & Yuma along the Co. River?

Looking at my map. Blythe to Yuma by the way of the Salton Sea is way out of your way. http://i.imgur.com/luIzIF3l.jpg Uhmmmmm..... I live in Los Angeles & heading to Az & was either going to stay north on the 10 or drop south to the 8 being I'm heading to the Tucson area. So not sure what your saying?
Blanco1 12/16/14 05:33pm Family Camping
Your fav spot between Blythe & Yuma along the Co. River?

I plan to spend a day this month camping along the Colorado river, between Blythe & Yuma & if I go the Yuma way I'll probably spend my 1st night along the Salton sea. But I see many campgrounds to choose from some are lakes & others are just river. I will have our 95 lb dog with us & want a place he can swim & I can get in some fishing. Using the AllStay app on my I-Pad I see too many to choose from, so I was hoping you people might have some suggestions?
Blanco1 12/11/14 03:25pm Family Camping
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

Alb does have the Sandia crest tram. Nice view from up there. I doubt the tram allows dogs?
Blanco1 12/10/14 06:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

Blanco, Kalyzoo said that Gouldings is the only campground around for Monument Valley. May have been when they were there. The Indians has a RV Park at the vistor center at the entrance for the 17 mile drive thru the Valley. Monument Valley is AWESOME!!! Don't miss it!! Might there be a campground open around the 1st of the year that is within the monuments? One that allows you to sit in your camping spot surrounded by the beauty of nature? Or do you have to drive away from the nearest camp ground to see it all? I would love to camp amongst it all.
Blanco1 12/10/14 02:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

Oh yes, my Indian friend told me about the big Black Ants! & the red ones. You think even in late Dec, they are active?
Blanco1 12/10/14 09:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

If you only go to one of these ancient ruins I suggest it should be Chaco Canyon and we have visited many of the others. Yes the road in is terrible but if you take your time it can be done. Think it would be OK with your rig, just make sure everything is secure. Campground is no service but free, first come. Recommend some ant spray. Take some water only drinking water availble, no dump. Overnight in the canyon is really special only a short distance to the ruins. Awsome place very special. I like free! I assume it's dog friendly? I'd be allowed to walk him around on his leash? How close to the ruins can I set up camp? I did look at some google images. Looks cool! Where is it close to? At this point I'm considering Bluewater lake for some camping & fishing & letting the dog swim a bit. He loves to swim.
Blanco1 12/10/14 09:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

So after reading all the talk about rough roads I wonder if taking a truck camper down these roads is a bad idea? Yet I will be towing our dinghy. For the 1st time, this should open our options. & yes I plan on monument valley & Mesa verde & Durango & Bryce & Zion & all that. It's just New Mexico that I'm not finding too many options? Anything nice about ABQ? I'll go in as far as that? & then cut north if I don't go through Farmington. An Indian friend told me all the unemployed drunk Indians gravitate towards Farmington. I suppose he is talking about the city not so much the surroundings? Being a car nut, Espanolia sorta interest me being it's known as the "Low Rider" Capitol of the world. Even though, I'm in no way a low rider, actually for the most part the opposite, I like lifting my trucks & putting big off road tires & etc. Yet can appreciate all the work put into low rider cars.
Blanco1 12/10/14 08:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

One thing you could do if you pass through. Where the borders of the 4 states meet, there's a metal disk marking the point where the four states meet. You can get your picture taken standing in four states at the same time. Big Whoop. That's actually the whole point of this trip is to visit the disk & take some silly pictures of each different limb in another state all at the same time. LOL! & so I'm actually planning yo visit sites in all for surrounding states.
Blanco1 12/10/14 08:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Anything worth visiting in Northwestern New Mexico?

I plan to pass through there & I'm having a hard time finding much worth visiting as I pass through that area? Appreciate your suggestions . Dog friendly us a plus being we travel with our. 95 lb Chessie.
Blanco1 12/09/14 02:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

I think I got it all figured out! & want to that AjCal225 for the parts & look forward as my truck I'm sure it does to getting that camper off its back & being a pick up truck again! Being built as a hot rod, it should be a lot more fun with out the camper.
Blanco1 12/06/14 10:43pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

It was pretty obvious when they leak. Lift that corner of the camper a couple of inches and let it sit for a while, you'll notice it quick enough. I knew I was in trouble within 2 minutes or so of starting to lift the camper, and broke out my side jacks to get the camper back down. If I had considered someone re-using them, i would have marked them. Its all good! Thanks for hooking me up, Considering you gave them to me for FREE Its only fair I put a little effort into figuring it all out. Thats tomorrows project.
Blanco1 12/02/14 07:30pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

You get that jack installed? No not yet, been raining & I wanna clean them up & the I've gotta figure what ones don't leak & what ones do? Was it a fast or slow leak? How long you think before I know if it's a leaker or not once I load it? I was gonna install one at a time in the corner where mine is bad & lift that corner to see if it holds, not too much being I don't wanna tweak the frame.
Blanco1 12/02/14 05:10pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

Is it a screw type or hydraulic? I have 4 hydraulic jacks here you can have for free. 2 of them are great, 2 leak down. As you know I'm about 90 minutes away. AWESOME!!! I"ll Drive that far or more for a deal like that! I must say this site more than any other is so full of so many Kind people! I've scored lots of things at great prices or even free from the people on this site just trying help each other out! Great group of people here. IIRC I was even told about a TOYOTA Forum on here that was selling the Camper I got CHEAP! I guess it pay back for me doing the same years ago. I was moving & on some web sites offered many off road things to many for free & many people loved it & grabbed them all up. Nice to see it does come back to those that do it as well. Thanks Cal, I'll pick that up this weekend
Blanco1 11/28/14 03:23pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

Since it's a Lance, the jacks are probably Atwood. Panther RV sells Atwood jacks, parts and accessories. :):) Thats to both you guys for the links.
Blanco1 11/28/14 02:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

What brand tube? I'd have to look. But its an '85 Lance 900,
Blanco1 11/27/14 01:25pm Truck Campers
RE: Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

Ok anyone got some good links to some for sale? & what would be the proper name for them so I can search for them?
Blanco1 11/27/14 10:47am Truck Campers
Can I get a Camper support leg repaired?

I have one camper support leg that got bent & now does not collapse completely & this has me not trusting it completely to hole it up. So is there somewhere I can ship it for repair? Local would be much better of course. I live in the Los Angeles area. Thanks.
Blanco1 11/27/14 09:55am Truck Campers
RE: Looking for standard bed campers/ for Dodge MegaCab truck

For a short bed I'd look for a Lance 830. They are one of the few SB campers with a side entry. I love my side entry camper. I tow a lot or have a bike rack on the back. The door is always easily accessible. Good point & that would be better for myself as I'll be towing a dinghy or car trailer a lot.
Blanco1 11/25/14 09:09pm Truck Campers
RE: Looking for standard bed campers/ for Dodge MegaCab truck

I put a Northern Lite 811 on my 3500 Mega Cab. Works great. Googled imaged it & that looks nice, foes it have a bathroom?
Blanco1 11/25/14 06:25pm Truck Campers
RE: Looking for standard bed campers/ for Dodge MegaCab truck

Just found out its 2011 3500.
Blanco1 11/25/14 03:45pm Truck Campers
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