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RE: Fairy Stone SP

magnus, thanks for the info. It is very helpful, but from Fairy Stone we were thinking of heading to Littcarr Campground, KY, A COE park and working our way home from there. Not sure if the extra mileage would be worth it. Or is it??? Just knowing us, we plan for months on end and after all is said and done the trip is no where as planned. Sites missed and sites added! The natural bridge we did plan on stopping at is in Ky. But there again that's a definite maybe. Appreciate your input.
garmp1 08/19/17 03:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Fairy Stone SP

Heading to Fairy Stone SP early Sept. And plan to "hunt" for "Fairy Stones". Has anyone ever done this with any success? If so, any tips hints or suggestions? Or worse case scenario how much are they at the local gift shop. Gotta have one to bring home. Thanks
garmp1 08/16/17 03:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best Great Lake Campground right on the water???

If you want to camp and not the neighbor upon neighbor rv park I second Winderness. Can get crowded but terrific in our experience!
garmp1 08/14/17 03:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Roadside Assistance preparation

Thanks JohnWayne, that's what I was looking for, or at least a start. I'm trying to gather as much pertinent information as possible without getting carried away. Much of this I know, but if something were to happen to me and the DW had to call, this could be an issue. But in her defense there's a lot that I don't have readily to mind, so the list helps. I did manage to go to the manufacturer's site and download the spec sheet with most of the info I think I should have. But I'm always open to suggestions to add to my list. Rather have too much info rather than not enough. Thanks
garmp1 08/14/17 02:45pm General RVing Issues
Roadside Assistance preparation

I read some where on a forum, and for the life of me can't find it now that I want it, that this RVer prepared a list of pertinent information needed/suggested to have handy prior to calling for roadside assistance. It consisted of vehicle type, size, weight, tire/wheel specs, chassis, and a whole list of things that a service dispatcher would need to know. He kept it on his PC so it was readily available. Does any one have or suggest such a list? thanks
garmp1 08/11/17 03:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Jumbled Words

seance SAMEUS
garmp1 08/11/17 03:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cell Phone Plan for 55+

We are Tracfone users also. We were careful when we chose our phones and plans. The DW has Verizon and I have AT&T. This way we always have coverage. At $18 a month for both, we're covered. Not heavy users either. We also carry a hotspot for her facebooking.
garmp1 08/11/17 02:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Info on Asheville NC

X2 on Lake Powhatan Recreation Area
garmp1 08/09/17 03:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Booze in the RV... Legal?

Jake2250 hit it on the head, so to speak!
garmp1 07/31/17 03:27pm Beginning RVing
Do you cover your RV?

Do you cover your RV when in storage? If so, which is the better cover, with in reason, and is it really a pain to install? We have a Phoenix Cruiser 2100 (B+) and store it in a public storage facility. Not much room between vehicles for ladders an such and I'm not very good with them (ladders) anyway if I could get one there and back home again. What are the pro's and con's? thanks
garmp1 07/31/17 03:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jumbled Words

pulley EINRTW
garmp1 07/30/17 03:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 07/25/17 03:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Twin Falls Resort State Park, W.Va.

Thanks for the Twin Falls info. It just might fit in perfectly on our return trip from Fairy Stone SP home to St Louis, MO. Interesting area and we want to see more. Keep the info coming.
garmp1 07/21/17 03:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: St. Louis, Mo to where it's warm in Feb.

Rockhill, we just completed almost an identical trip as you described this June. Loved the springs. And especially Otter Springs where we found out that all the profits go to their Camp Valor Project for wounded and disabled vets. Hits a soft spot for us.
garmp1 07/20/17 03:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
St. Louis, Mo to where it's warm in Feb.

DW is already planning to escape the St Louis cold in Feb and wants to make plans to head west for a couple of weeks at that time. Getting burned out on the Gulf Coast, especially the panhandle area and don't really want to drive 1400 miles to Arizona. We aren't beach people, though it is nice for a while. MUST avoid snow, ice and the such when driving, so that's a consideration. Any grand ideas on a destination area? We will not sit for a week in one spot. Rather than destination people we are touring people. A couple of nights here, another couple there, etc. Sights, history, interesting and even quirky things and local eateries are our thing. Cities do very little for us. We rather have trees, rocks and a quaint stream for our entertainment. Appreciate any and all help.
garmp1 07/16/17 03:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 07/09/17 03:21pm Around the Campfire
Moccasin Creek SP, GA fishing

DW & I are planning a trip with Moccasin Creek SP, GA as a day or two layover. I have scoured the web for info on the trout fishing regs for that park & came up empty. Both over 65 and like to trout fish. Should we bring our rods & reels for a day or two fishing experience? What's the cost? Do we need both a GA non-resident license and a trout license or what? I can't seem to find the answer. And are these licenses limited to that area or can they be used else where until the expiration date? Thanks much
garmp1 07/08/17 04:09pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RV Covers

We need to store our Phoenix Crusier 2100 (it's sold as a B+, but it pretty much a C without the cab over) and want some input on the pros and cons of having a cover. The only affordable storage within a reasonable distance is outside only and living in the St. Louis, MO metro area our weather can be anything from mild to ice/snow laden and frigid. Our RV will most likely be in storage for up to 5 months during the winter. Are covers worth the cost and hassle? And if so, which ones are worthwhile? What do you use? What's the best in your opinion? How can I assure a good fit best? Thanks
garmp1 07/05/17 04:05pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: When driving, what do you listen to ..?

garmp1 07/04/17 04:06pm Around the Campfire
Coaxial cable

Are all coaxial cables equal? Thinking of getting a cable to hook up my RV to campground boxes, is one better than the other. And what's the suggested length. Don't know if signal deteriorates with a longer vs shorter length. Space is king in our unit, so size does matter. And price isn't always a marker of quality. Your thoughts?
garmp1 07/04/17 04:04pm Technology Corner
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