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RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/27/17 03:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Thor Compass 2017

We looked at the Thor, the Winnie line and every other imaginable manufacturer we could find. We will pick up our new Phoenix Crusier 2100 in a couple of days. It was the best we felt fit OUR particular situation. Has everything we want, A Ford gas, 22 feet long, walk around bed, full time dinette, dry bath and more. Couldn't be happier!
garmp1 03/27/17 03:24pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Safety

Open Carry was the NORM.............then LAWS were enacted. Open Carry then became illegal so CCW became enacted Laws only make it more difficult for normal law abiding citizens to remain law abiding citizens. Criminals by definition do NOT care about LAWS. Nailed it again!
garmp1 03/26/17 03:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Full hook-up vs fill & dump

wildtoad, thanks for the idea. That's exactly what we will do. Even though others think this is "Penney wise....pound silly". I will explain, If I really need to, is that RV parks, in general are not for us! As I stated before, we are spending a night at a local RV Park near the dealer, after a full day of instruction. We plan to drive a few hours in the homeward direction to a state, Corp, or Federal park and really test the entire systems out as we plan to use it in a CAMPGROUND. Actual field testing is the true test and at worse the factory is still a couple of hours away. So our tens of thousands for a new B+ will be thoroughly tested and double checked. Thanks to all those who replied.
garmp1 03/24/17 03:24pm Class C Motorhomes
Full hook-up vs fill & dump

Picking up our new B+ in a little over a week and want to spend at least one night at the local campground/RV park before heading home. Hoping to put it through it's paces and check everything out. If there are any issues, we can go right back to the factory for more detailed instructions and/or tweeks the next day. They actually recommend this. Problem is that we can only spend one night at the local RV park before heading home. Question is: For the first night should we get full hook ups or fill and dump. Since it will take us a couple of days to reach home base, my thoughts were to use full hook ups the first night and fill & dump the second night further down the road. Thought and/or opinions?
garmp1 03/18/17 03:00pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Anyone using Polar Bear tubes?

I have our friendly newspaper delivery guy throw our daily paper on the lawn rather than the driveway. The papers are now in plastic sleeves rather than tied with string as back in the day. The undamaged plastic bag is great for making ice. Fill it with water, seal with a twist tie and stand in the freezer. When frozen, stand them up in the cooler and pack around them. They take up less space that a quart just and, as in our case, are taller. Best part is that when melted you have a thin bag to dispose of rather than a large plastic bottle. It works for us.
garmp1 03/16/17 02:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/15/17 03:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: Elks RV Parking

Busskipper, thanks for the link. Great help to us.
garmp1 03/15/17 03:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Branson

Dogwood Canyon X2. Big Cedar Lodge is also worth a stop with a good meal, although not cheap.
garmp1 03/15/17 03:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/14/17 03:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Missing Waterfall

Thanks for all the info. Our trek this Sept is from Tallulah SP, GA to Fairy Stone SP, VA. Naturally stopping in Mt. Airy and am looking for all the waterfall info along the way that I can find. Don't want to vary too far off the course, but a slight deviation wouldn't be objectionable if the sights were worthwhile. So with all that said, are there any other hidden gems, waterfall or other points of interest, out there that we should know of?
garmp1 03/10/17 03:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Missing Waterfall

Retired JSO, you just made my wife's day. Bust Your Butt Falls has just been inked in our route. Thanks
garmp1 03/09/17 03:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/08/17 02:59pm Around the Campfire
RE: Missing Waterfall

That's it! Thanks a bunch. I sure didn't know about the campground though. Have to check it out on our way through. thanks to all.
garmp1 03/08/17 07:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Missing Waterfall

Planning a trip from Tallulah Gorge SP, GA to Fairy Stone SP, VA. While still in the planning, Stage some where along the route we had found a waterfall, that in the past you could drive under. Due to erosion and/or what ever, you can no longer do that, but it is still an interesting place to see. Well I lost the info I had on it. Anyone familiar with my vague description of it. Almost positive a planned stop was Mt. Airy, if that helps. Didn't help me. thanks
garmp1 03/07/17 03:31pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Port Clinton/Camp Perry Campgrounds???

Not too far away is Kelly's island. Well worth the ferry cost and also has a state park. The island also has the Glacial Grooves, which are fascinating and free.
garmp1 03/07/17 03:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/05/17 03:36pm Around the Campfire
RE: where are the "B" people?

I have to agree with Tripalot! Had a B for a number of years and finally upped to a B+. Arthritic joints and other medical issues and old age have forced us to move up to a B+. Don't want to give up our traveling/camping, but just need a few more conveniences. Feel like a traitor at times, but will have to adjust more so to the RV vs the camper life. I almost feel like the B+ people don't belong or are welcome into the B group and are looked down upon by the class C owners. But that's OK. We have our new comforts and can still travel and see the great USA. The Plus rules! Oops! Gotta change my signature.
garmp1 03/05/17 02:35pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Jumbled Words

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garmp1 03/04/17 03:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

garmp1 03/02/17 03:26pm Around the Campfire
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