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RE: door glass for a ford van

When we bought our 2012 Ford rear opening windows were not an option. We asked and were told they did away with them for fear of exhaust entering when windows were open while driving.
garmp1 07/21/14 03:12pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Looking for a custom Sprinter RV Shop. Advice?

IMHO, Sportsmobile is THE way to go. We took one of their many standard floor plans and adjusted it to our needs and wants. You can still have "gem-encrusted door pulls, exotic woods, or marble floor tiles" if you want or as basic as you desire. We worked with the Indiana folks and they were/are nothing short of terrific. We love ours.
garmp1 07/16/14 03:47pm Beginning RVing
RE: Fuel availability

Try this, http://fuelmyroute.com/. Maybe not the best, but sorta helps.
garmp1 07/14/14 03:44pm Roads and Routes
RE: village park sites

Give this a go. http://www.trego.net/activities.html. Or try a search on http://www.uscampgrounds.info/
garmp1 07/14/14 03:31pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Attractions in Arkansas within 5 hours of Branson

X2 on Petit Jena State Park. And Magazine Mt is nice to see also. Beautiful lodge.
garmp1 07/14/14 03:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is there a campground list website

We have found The Ultimate US Public Campground Project to be the best source for public campgrounds. It shows over 20,000 camping location across the lower 48. They also have a great app for Apple devices. We have found some great places with the help of this site. Ted H. I second The Ultimate US Public Campground for a good source of info. And http://www.uscampgrounds.info/ is also a very helpful site with lots of good info about hook-ups, reservations, coordinates and more.
garmp1 07/14/14 03:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tow Foldable with Class B

Perhaps this could be an alternative for you. If not it is interesting just the same. http://www.conqueroraustralia.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=7&Itemid=13 Here's a better link for the UEV-440. (http://uev.com.au/440-2) Not bad for a starting price of $49,990!
garmp1 07/10/14 07:58am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Posting pics from picasa

Finally got it. All you gotta do is read and push the right buttons.
garmp1 07/07/14 03:41pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Posting pics from picasa

That doesn't look to promising. Let's see if this works. https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-wXBvfud-VQg/U67vwdgdFjI/AAAAAAAAD_I/b5g9GzXqd0c/s400/226%2520Blue%2520Bluff%2520Campground.jpg height=300 width=400
garmp1 07/07/14 03:40pm Forum Technical Support
Posting pics from picasa

Trying to see if this works. From Gulf Shores, 2014 height=400 width=400
garmp1 07/07/14 03:37pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Class B Campsite Photos - Let's See Them!

Did I post the wrong link? Blue Bluff COE park. https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-wXBvfud-VQg/U67vwdgdFjI/AAAAAAAAD_I/b5g9GzXqd0c/s400/226%2520Blue%2520Bluff%2520Campground.jpg height=300 width=400 My error (again)
garmp1 07/07/14 03:33pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tow Foldable with Class B

We researched almost every possibility you could think of as far as RV's go. First off I/we hate to tow anything, but that's just us. Storing/parking when not in use was a biggie. Our HOA frowns on RV's in the driveway, our Sportsmobile with the penthouse top is acceptable, and to store in a commercial offsite lot is expensive an inconvenient for us. We don't live out of it for more than two or three weeks at a time and even when we do it's during pleasant weather. No winter, etc. Drive for sunshine/warmth! Our B is also our second vehicle. Ultimately you need to decide what's your style of camping, what you want to see and when, and how much do you want to spend to accomplish this and lastly in what style. Good luck. (ol'grouch, love your tag line about meeting Jesus!!!)
garmp1 07/04/14 03:04pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Property rights, HOA's and your B van

Our HOA has never said a word to us. Our Sportsmobile is more respectable looking than a lot of the conversion non-camping vans around. We have the penthouse top which raises to 6'8" inside and closes to just 4" above the factory roof. Stealth, if you will. It is also our second vehicle the DW drives regularly. But there again our HOA is the result of a modest subdivision. People who live here can't afford a huge A to park anyway.
garmp1 07/04/14 02:52pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: To "B" or not to "B"

OK davydd, you've provoked my interest. What, where and when are the Bee Socials? Where can I get more info? Sounds like something I(we) need to attend.
garmp1 07/03/14 03:05pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Alert: Charcoal Sale for the Outdoor Chefs

I have a VA ID, picture & all from being in the VA health system. Yes your local VA office should issue one upon request. If you're already in the system it shouldn't be an issue.
garmp1 07/03/14 09:46am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Hiking Hot Spring National Park

Hot Springs Nat'l Park is in the city. I recommend Petit Jean also. A beautiful park, with lots of great trails of all lengths and difficulty, enough to accommodate everyone. Not to far away is Mt Magazine SP, another park worth seeing.
garmp1 07/02/14 03:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why is it ONE ravioli...

In St Louis, we fry them and they only get better. A treat unto itself!!! Ummmmmmm!
garmp1 07/01/14 03:13pm Around the Campfire
RE: Things to do around Grayton Beach

That little shopping center has a restaurant called the Broken Egg. Very good breakfast! Trendy and sort of yuppy, but good. A little deli around Seaside or Seagrove (east of the park) named the Cocoon Deli, I believe, had amazing deli food. Various fish dips and amazing smoked shrimp. Our last trip there we were told the smoked shrimp was not an every day thing. Best call first, but very, very worth it!
garmp1 06/30/14 08:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Alert: Charcoal Sale for the Outdoor Chefs

And any veteran gets an extra 10% off, as usual, at both HD & Lowes. Thanks to all of you!
garmp1 06/29/14 03:31pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Number 1 Question new rvers have?

Most replies seem to be centered around TT'ers and can I tow this or that? A's don't have to tow, if they decide not to, nor do B's nor C's. Assuming most new buyers understand the terms "outdoors" and "camping". The RV is simply their sleeping preference along with additional amenities of comfort of their choice. rolling_rhoda pretty much hit the nail on the head in my opinion: How do you find camping spots? Is there a list of things we should have when we camp? We're taking our first trip in X weeks. Any advice? And how long is to long on the maiden vogue? How many miles per day seem reasonable for our big trip? Is there a list of campground etiquette that we should know? I'm sure more can be added to the list as we go on.
garmp1 06/29/14 03:28pm Beginning RVing
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