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RE: Oregon Trip - Will this work?

Sound like you will have a great trip! Happy travels.
Sillybugs2 08/22/14 11:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Insurance - Collision on a towable?

We have comprehensive and collision on our trailer through Allstate which also insures our autos.
Sillybugs2 08/22/14 03:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oregon Trip - Will this work?

Also on oregons north coast I have heard Ft. stevens is nice but not been there myself. We tayed at Cannon Beach RV park one April break and enjoyed despite the rain. Oh and not sure your rec likes but we did the sands dune tour in Florence and loved it!
Sillybugs2 08/21/14 10:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Any Bullet 310BHS owners here?

I like the layout but looks available only in the east.
Sillybugs2 08/21/14 09:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stick-On LED Lights

We got some at the Dollar Store. Worked great. We just place them around the trailer though as needed so not sure on the sticking ability.
Sillybugs2 08/21/14 05:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Oregon Trip - Will this work?

PP are correct in that you will be able to find a spot on the coast mid-week but may get kicked out by reservations by people for the weekends. We stayed at Honeyman State park in Florence in July and really liked it.
Sillybugs2 08/21/14 04:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Any brands out there you would totally avoid?

We have had our Dutchmen since early 2010 and no issues. We knew it was entry level and didn't expect fancy stuff in it. Suits us just fine.
Sillybugs2 08/20/14 12:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: Depressing Depreciation

I have had four vehicles in my 46 years. A 79 omni my brother gave me. Traded up in 1990 for an 86 Honda civic. Drove until 2000 and bought a new forester. In August 2013 traded that for a 2010 forester with 20K on it and plan to drive it ten years. Dh has had three cars in our 20 year marriage. A 92 mazda truck he traded in 2003 for a 2001 ford150 with 10K on it due to our sons arrival. Bought a 2008 dodge one ton with 89k in July. Selling the ford tomorrow. We finance but have many years between with no car payments. Repairs and maintenance have never come close to a car payment. We don't worry about depreciation. As we keep cars a long time.
Sillybugs2 08/19/14 09:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Pre trip charge

Get a charger and bring battery home to fully charge. Hook it back up the day before you leave and turn fridge on propane. We store our batteries in the garage between trips and if a long time between charge them up while they are in the garage.
Sillybugs2 08/19/14 07:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Newbie...So Confused

Good luck in your search. I was the wife researching once too. I'd start perusing the tow vehicle forum to understand what you can tow. Don't though be scared off by those saying you need to upgrade tow vehicle. You just need to find a TT that matches yours. We started with a similar truck and decided not to go over 5000lbs dry max 7500 wet. It towed fine with the ford but we watched weight and didn't carry much fresh water with us. Now we do.
Sillybugs2 08/19/14 07:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rabies confirmed in Olympic Peninsula, Wa. bat

I live in SW Washington and my understanding is that rabies is very rare here. My understanding to living in NW WA. We still assume any animal could have it and steer clear.
Sillybugs2 08/19/14 12:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: New owner - Genny questions??????

We don't care about ac where we camp so got a single 2000 to charge batteries and charge laptop etc while doing so. We use laptop to watch a movie at night. If we wanted a tv we'd up batteries to golf cart ones and get an inverter.
Sillybugs2 08/18/14 07:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: Small trailer with oven

Problem solved, thru all the input one of earlier posts mentioned Chalet Takena as a possibility, on paper it penciled out to be the best option, stove with oven, dual axle, GVW under 4500, big fridge and separate freezer 2 bowl sink, etc we just bought a 2014 that was a trade in http://i813.photobucket.com/albums/zz51/seaeagle2/20140816_112349_zps3d182cf0.jpg Congrats on your new rig! Happy travels.
Sillybugs2 08/18/14 07:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: LA to North Cascades: 395/97/20 or I-5 thru Seattle?

If speed is your goal to marblemount then take I-5 to hwy 20. Gas up in Sedro Woolley. Also Colonial creek campgrpoung about 30 minutes from marblemount up 20 is wonderful! We go a week every August.
Sillybugs2 08/17/14 07:42pm Roads and Routes
RE: Pacific NW trip report - 24' Class C towing Jeep Rubicon 4dr

Great blog of your trip. Missed out however bypassing the north cascades. Have lived in WA since I was twelve and they beat rainier by a lot.
Sillybugs2 08/17/14 07:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: A Skunk died on our campsite...

My sisters dog got sprayed when we were visiting their house last summer. She washed him in baking soda a hydrogen peroxide avoiding his eyes. Worked good unless he got wet again right away in the surf. Was next to a window though and my nephews bedroom stunk for a day. Good attitude you had to deal with it.
Sillybugs2 08/17/14 12:28am RV Lifestyle
RE: ford ecoboost

Iguess my dh is one of the few who doesn't mind a one ton daily driver. We upgraded from a 2001 F150 Lariat withtow package ( granted no ecoboost) to a 2008 3500 diesel and he loves driving it daily. It pulls our 7500 gvwr tt like a breeze especially up hills where the ford struggled. He also loved being able to load half the bed with wood for our last week out.
Sillybugs2 08/16/14 10:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: My first camping neighbor story to share!

Great story. Did you get the recipe for that chicken? Share if so.
Sillybugs2 08/16/14 03:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rentering the RV lifestyle. Questions on Bunkhouse TT's.

This is ours and we love it. Many others with this floorplan. http://www.cruiserrv.com/cache/com_zoo/images/VS-28BHSS_abf8e8a227607a55d59486fbe9086a83.jpg E beds Cruiser RV Viewfinder Signature 28BHSS Cruiser RV website I looked at a similar model to this. I really want a separate bunk room with a door but weight issue's may keep us in a similar floor plan. I do like the double bed bunk size and the 60X80 queen. This is our next floor plan. My kids hate the single bunks so dd sleeps on the dinette bed and it is a pain each night. Wish they made a bunk house with two full size beds.
Sillybugs2 08/15/14 10:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hirearchy

I think it is the places you are camping. In state parks I have never noticed a difference in rig size and friendliness. We are all just camping and not rv'ing.
Sillybugs2 08/15/14 10:24pm Travel Trailers
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