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RE: Planning Yellowstone Trip

We have stayed in West Yellowstone and Fishing Bridge RV Campground. We much prefer Fishing Bridge. It's great that it has full hookups, but most important is that it is in the park. You should seriously think about spending a couple nights in Teton National Park. You will probably be going right through there. Have a great trip. X2 we too have stayed at both in and out and Grand Teton very good advise above
rr2254545 12/09/16 01:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Mobile, Al. Campgrounds

I see you have been asking for campground recommendations in various locations for an upcoming trip. We often use this for independent (real campers) opinions. Check it out. Hope it helps and have a good trip RV Park Reviews....HERE Would help if we had more details on what you like and maybe choices like campground A or campground B One good campground for Memphis is in Mississippi
rr2254545 12/08/16 11:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Turn heater on for the night or winterize?

Like Terry said, if it is only a few nights of freezing temps, you should be fine. As long as the temps are above in the day.. I can winterize with 4 gal of pink stuff or $16 - if the power goes out and it freezes how many repairs can you make for $16 - its easy for other to say you will be fine they do not have foot the repair bill if they are wrong
rr2254545 12/05/16 06:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: 7" (or larger) GPS Units

If you are able to use a laptop, we LOVE Microsoft streets and trips. We like that it updates,we like that there are tons of locations... However, it is getting more obsolete. As iphones and androids are becoming more advance, and 3g/4g keeps one online, you basically have the best GPS systems through a phone. Its obsolete and not supported and you recommend it to some one ??? Yes its a good planning tool I still use but I sure as heck would not navigate with it as its now 6 years old
rr2254545 12/05/16 07:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winterizing/de-winterizing water heater

Exactly what I do but only switch the bypass valve back AFTER you have run the pink stuff through all the fixtures, or you will fill the hot water tank up with pink stuff, I have done this trust me takes a lot of pink stuff to fill a water heater
rr2254545 12/05/16 07:48am General RVing Issues
RE: DirecTV DNS issues...

I don't think you are eligible unless you are full-time. I just call when I stop and ask to change service address which they do and that gives me the locals for the area. Not true I have had it for years
rr2254545 12/04/16 12:45pm Technology Corner
RE: DirecTV Acct ONLY for RV?

We have a DirecTV account for our RV only. Call them direct during the week when their A team is working. We suspend it each year for the time we are not camping and activate when the season starts. x2 I put the house on vacation when I am in the motor home 6 months of the year and visa versa I also have the DNS local channels in the MH you can have east or west coast - it is $15 per month
rr2254545 12/04/16 12:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Def Tank Guage

I have a gauge on the dash - it is 4-5 vertical bars - I bet you have it too if it is a freightliner chassis
rr2254545 12/01/16 10:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: winnie vs. holiday rambler

ok folks,lets see the what people think. I have 2 options, 1 is a 01 Holiday Rambler Ambassador, 34 ft. diesel , stored inside , 55,000 miles, separate pooper, good condition ,, or 02 Winnie Journey 32' diesel, stored inside, 34,000 miles , pooper in shower area, good condition, journey is a few thousand dollars more, not gonna say how much each are. no need to discuss dollars, they're in an acceptable price range, different parts of U.S. seem to vary in prices. Anyway, is there a big difference in quality or am I thinking to hard? Thanks Holiday Rambler hands down a far superior DPMH in those years Totally disagree
rr2254545 12/01/16 10:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Should we turn off the water?

Absolutely my neighbor here in the north part of Minneapolis had whole basement flood when pipes froze - turns out the backup battery in his thermostat went out - not sure how that caused the problem but that is what his next door neighbor told me I have turned mine off for the last 7 winters while we are gone - not only the freezing but washing machine hoses are under pressure and have been know to burst
rr2254545 12/01/16 07:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nice RV parks near Bryce UT in the spring

Looking closer at all of our kids' schedules, it looks like we'll be a week to early. We want to go that last week in March, but it looks like Ruby's and some of the other nearby parks open in April. With good reason the park is at 8000 ft and the average low temp for the month of April is 29
rr2254545 11/30/16 02:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Nice RV parks near Bryce UT in the spring

x3 Ruby's they have huge sites in the new area in the back
rr2254545 11/30/16 11:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon coast camping

We enjoyed Beverley Beach near Newport, a short walk under the bridge will take you to a drop dead beautiful beach. It is very central allowing an easy afternoon drive to Cannon Beach or the dunes at Florence. You have already run into the big problem, making reservations. You may already be too late. Beverley beach does look really nice and there are a few RV sites available. And suggestion on where the best parts of the campground are? Thanks! Been there many times you want b1-22 or c1-11 campground is long and narrow and the sites in the back are a long hike to the beach
rr2254545 11/30/16 11:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon coast camping

Netarts Bay RV park. While its a private park the views from the sites up front atr really great. Cape Lookout is really wooded and no views. Salmon harbor at Winchester Bay is another place with outstanding views. At Netarts we love the seals on the sand in the middle of the bay Picture taken from our campsite at low tide http://i.imgur.com/cEd15EAl.jpg
rr2254545 11/30/16 10:56am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: San Francisco CA

We stayed at the KOA near Petaluma, they offer a shuttle into the city. At $67 a night it was a little pricey for our tastes but has lots of amenities to keep the kids occupied. We stayed there in April of 2014 and got a weekly rate of $289 or $41 a day - great campground - we rode the ferry into the city many days Many KOA's have weekly rates - but you have to call the campground and ask about it.
rr2254545 11/29/16 03:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Garmin RV 660

Amazon has it on sale today for 249.99 I paid $50 more for mine back in May - I really like this model
rr2254545 11/28/16 09:51am Technology Corner
RE: GPS for RVs

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rr2254545 11/27/16 08:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: GPS for RVs

Garmin RV 660 is current model I just saw it on the Garmin website for 249 a great price I got one this summer and love love it, I dropped my Garmin trucker GPS and got the new RV one The older Garmin 7 inch RV gps is 399 on their web site I paid $299 for the 660 on 5/17/16 https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/cOnTheRoad-c518-p1.html
rr2254545 11/27/16 06:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Braking Conundrum

Theres really not that much difference. You make sure that you have the correct amount of air pressure (gauges) and you never, never pump the brakes as that will release air pressure every time you pump. All DPs have either an exhaust brake or an engine brake. Utilizing these, you very seldom ever need to use the service (air) brakes unless an emergency, need to stop quickly or come to a complete stop. It doesn't take much to get use to them, so don't worry about it. Ron x3 You are worrying about a non problem
rr2254545 11/26/16 06:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Percentages

A very informal survey of this mid range RV park in the RGV (Rio Grande Valley of Texas) shows that only about 20-25 percent of the available RV sites are occupied this weekend. That compares to almost double that on December 1, 2015. We peaked at about ninety percent last January but that seems like a very optimistic goal this year. Curious how other parks are doing? Funny that few are posting in the Snowbird forum. Lack of interest or doesn't anyone have any questions? Your survey does not hold water - they are coming
rr2254545 11/25/16 09:07pm Snowbirds
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