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RE: Q1000 or 2000?

We are looking for a grill that we can use at home and on the road. We have narrowed it down to the Weber Q but which size? The Q1000 looks like it would be good for the RV but would like the size of the Q2000 or Q2200 for at home. Is the Q2000 too big for the RV? Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks in advance! I have one of each, little on in the MH and the other one on the deck at home
rr2254545 02/12/17 02:37pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: jeykll island campground

Timely information here! We will be stopping at Coastal Georgia RV park on our way back from Florida. Never been to Jekyll Island, but we plan to make a day trip there. We too stay there for a week every year Great local restaurants are Iguanas Seafood Restaurant Saint Simon B & J's Steaks and Seafood in Darien B & J has a Buffet to die for on Friday and Saturday night - go early as it is a very very small place and it is packed
rr2254545 02/11/17 09:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is this Site Declining and losing Members?

I think they are full of beans - the site remains strong
rr2254545 02/05/17 08:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Utah National Parks

in 5 days ? way to ambitious . moab area to see arches and most of canyonlands will eat up 5 days and still won't see it all. portal would be the nicest park in the moab area. capitol reef is kind of isolated from the rest. a couple nice rv parks in torry . escalade and bryce could be doable rubys out side bryce is excellent. zion has lots to see and do, x2 Not really that close together to have one base camp you need to look at a map more carefully Zion, Bryce, Capital Reef, Moab was 372 miles We used 4 parks and 19 days to see all Five parks
rr2254545 02/02/17 04:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Orlando - Kissimmee campground

Not sure what you call reasonable but we just stayed at the Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA last week Very nice park and about 30 minute drive to Disney World Lake view from my site http://i.imgur.com/e50Mitql.jpg
rr2254545 02/02/17 09:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Panhandle Florida senior RV parks?

Colder up there not many snowbirds so no parks for seniors just parks
rr2254545 02/01/17 07:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Seattle Campgrounds and Tours

We stay at the KOA in Kent - the city bus stops right in front of the campgound Very handy
rr2254545 02/01/17 05:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best GPS for a motorhome?

Seems strange that you are having problems I had had not problems with mine - I think you need to review your settings again
rr2254545 01/31/17 08:25am Technology Corner
RE: I 80 westbound through Chicago.

It will be bad - I came through it the last time on Thursday Oct 13, 2016 and it was a nail biter in the mid afternoon Next time I will try to hit it earlier in the day
rr2254545 01/24/17 06:16pm Roads and Routes
RE: 4 down towing vs trailer

Interesting, Bill. I have not towed a car using any method but feel like towing 4 down really limits your choice of vehicles and requires that you make modifications to the car. What are some of the hoops you have to jump through to pull a car on a trailer? I am looking to have to make this decision in the next few years and would love to read pros and cons. Yes limits choices but no modifications if you get the ones in the Dinghy towing guide Problem with trailer is where do you put it while camping - towing 2 down is a pain to hook it up and strap it to the dolly and to a lesser degree you have to put it somewhere while camping
rr2254545 01/24/17 06:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Buying tow hitch

Installed this price is just right
rr2254545 01/23/17 05:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Flat towing Jeep Cherokee

We have a couple friends towing a Jeep Cherokee with no issues and they love them. If we were in the market we would definitely get one. They are gorgeous! They also do very well off-road. X2 Had mine off road many times Actually the curb weight is a little over 4,000 pounds The transmission option Active Drive II so you can tow four down is about $995 The Trailhawk comes with this transmission standard I have towed my 2012 over 25,000 worry free miles
rr2254545 01/23/17 02:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newport, Oregon

Try the campground run by the Port Authority of Newport its just south of the bridge http://www.portofnewport.com/rv-parks/index.php You can book on line
rr2254545 01/22/17 10:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Storage Tub That Fits A Weber Q

Sorry but those containers are not air tight so stopping the grill smells is a mute point. Looks like a good idea to me - and looks air tight too
rr2254545 01/21/17 07:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Blue Ox has great customer service

Yes their service is legendary - if you go to their factory they have a wonderful free campground
rr2254545 01/20/17 07:06pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Route ideas/ Campgrounds near Cape Coral, Fl, Tampa, St Pete

March is still the high season, you will be hard pressed to find anything at all
rr2254545 01/20/17 03:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon Coast

Campgrounds on the Oregon coast are open year round - We have camped on the entire coast for nine weeks in 10 different spots from the far north to the far south in recent years in January and February
rr2254545 01/17/17 06:25am Beginning RVing
RE: Freezing Temps

Do it every year, do you have specific questions?
rr2254545 01/08/17 07:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Hold Mail

You want to look for a mail service that can forward your mail to you wherever you are - there are many -mine costs me $10 per month plus postage to send to me when I want it I have used American Home Base out of Florida for 8 years
rr2254545 01/04/17 08:40am General RVing Issues
RE: KOA disappoints.... again!

Yep, lets not rally around a fellow rver who got a bad deal but praise the mega company that gives bad service. And we wonder why we have such poorly built rvs in an industry that is highly unregulated. I'm with the OP, if you can't get a simple gift card off the ground it doesn't say much about the rest of what you're offering. Thinking that this forum is free is way out in left field. The forum is here because many people honor the business and its advertising entices us to buy more. Get real people. Free. Puhleeze. Life is not perfect neither is this forum. But for me it is free because I pay zero for it. I also challenge you to find a better more informative, more active RV forum with or without ads. Secondly I challenge the OP to find another national retail CG operator where he can send gift cards via E mail. So while KOA does not get it all right all the time they are raising the bar and taking camping to a higher level/standard that we all benefit from. My point is don't throw the baby out with the bath water. The gift card transaction could have been more efficient, however is that a reason to never use KOA again? Is that a reason to never buy a camping gift card again? I think we like to over exaggerate the issue when it comes to KOA and CW. They are national chains that will never be as cozy and efficient as the local mom and pop operator. But they do offer advantages that come with having a national network Great reply
rr2254545 12/30/16 09:04am General RVing Issues
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