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RE: KOA Ilwaco/Long Beach Wa.

You can actually stream a movie at night with maybe occasional buffering Love this comment this is why campground Wifi will never work for all
rr2254545 07/29/15 06:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Thor Motorhome Issues

A list of issues would be nice
rr2254545 07/29/15 06:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: California Hwy 128

We have used CA 20 straight west from Willits. I recently drove it in my toad - no way I would drive it in the MH, this is from a guy who had driven motor homes 47,000 miles in the past 6 years and I am not chicken We stayed at the KOA in Willits and drove to the coast Note per the California highway dept Buses and motorhomes over 40 feet prohibited on RT 20 and Rt 120 link to Caltrans below http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/traffops/trucks/bus-motorhome/bus-maps/busmap-d01.pdf
rr2254545 07/28/15 09:29am Roads and Routes
RE: yellowstone

"Fishing Bridge is probably the single worst campground we've ever stayed in." You must not have stayed in many CG then....LOL We stopped at a county owned CG in Atlantic Iowa that ranks as the worse one we've seen lately. The entire CG was a pool of mud, had to put the truck in 4WD to escape. Checked several sites and could not find one with all three working water,sewer or power utilities. Makes Fishing Bridge look nice. And as many have pointed out, whatever defects FB has are compensated by the location. It's right on Yellowstone Lake what more could you ask for? X2 and you can see from my signature we have stayed at many campgrounds - we liked Fishing Bridge - its all about a campground with a great location We stayed there last September for 5 nights
rr2254545 07/28/15 07:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Favorite destinations out West

Most all would say any of our wonderful National Parks - we have visited 28 out of the 47 parks in the lower 48 Trivia - we have 12 others, what are the two that are not in Hawaii or Alaska Yellowstone, Big Bend, Yosemite and Zion would be my favorites
rr2254545 07/27/15 08:30am Family Camping
RE: truck stop ettiquete

I go inside and give them my credit card, fuel up and then pull forward if I want to go back in for receipt etc.
rr2254545 07/27/15 08:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: yellowstone

Suggestion instead of asking on here go to their web site or call them and see if the dates you want are available - we stayed in late September last year right before they close and they were full with reservations every night
rr2254545 07/26/15 06:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Lake Pleasant RV resort, Bothell Wa

We have stayed there and loved it - best public park in the Seattle area. In both of their posts they mention high cost - I do not think I would call $44 a night high ever - that's a bargain in Seattle First off they no where call themselves a Resort When we were there the lake was nice If OP is truly a frequent traveler - they should know that all Wifi in a campground does not work very well and cable is usually limited, that is why I have a Mifi and satellite for my travels
rr2254545 07/26/15 06:34am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Question About Hwy 101 in Oregon

No problem for Lincoln City North - we have taken that route three times in the past 5 years - we lived in Lincoln City a few years ago The map might be referring to a large hill north of Lincoln City called Cascade Head - on the hiking website it is listed as 1200 ft - I know it is a bit of a climb on 101 in our motor home but doable
rr2254545 07/25/15 08:02am Roads and Routes
RE: Raintree RV Resort

Nice enough place - we stayed there for a week checking it out - not for us very strict dog rules - we had to walk the dog out of the park by a busy highway
rr2254545 07/25/15 07:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How does DirectTV bill?

As others have said, I take one of the receivers from home, also I am cheap and use the second dish that Direct gave me when I signed up and use it on a tripod. I am happy with just national news and do not need to hear local news. Some have told me that I can change the zip code to the area you are in, but I never do that. If you were to do that the receivers in your S&B would also change, which would not be problem unless someone is housesitting. JMO I have a second account in the MH and have DNS channels ( either east coast or west coast networks) Since we are gone all winter I put the home on vacation when we are in the motor home, when at home we put the MH on vacation with 2 accounts you can put each on vacation up to 4 times a year - since the home account is much more expensive I save money by alternating one on vacation Direct quote from Direct TV website Customers with 2 or more accounts are allowed a maximum of 4 suspend requests per account every 12 months
rr2254545 07/24/15 06:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone in late September

We stayed at Fishing Bridge last Sept 14th for 4 days http://i.imgur.com/WYu8aBZl.jpg Lots of animals - saw the most near Fishing Bridge Note Grant and Fishing Bridge campgrounds close 9/20/15
rr2254545 07/24/15 08:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sault st Marie campsites?

Best we have found up there is the KOA on the Canadian side I will not even mention the horrible place we stayed
rr2254545 07/24/15 08:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fishing Bridge rv park

They are not that tight - the sites are double wide and you park your tow vehicle / car next to your unit The must have reworked the sites then. When we were there we were about 3 feet from the unit parked next to us and neither of us had slides. We could hear everything that went on in that unit. But again it's just a parking place for your RV while you look at the park. We were there last September 2014 - if you look at google earth it is a full campground and of the few cars in the park all are parked next to their RV I know for a fact updates where done in 2010 as I had a reservation canceled as they closed for major repairs including electrical For general information Verizon had been updated at the end of last summer and we had excellent phone and data in the campground
rr2254545 07/23/15 02:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fishing Bridge rv park

They are not that tight - the sites are double wide and you park your tow vehicle / car next to your unit
rr2254545 07/23/15 11:22am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: When will gas stations start truly accommodating trailers?

Get a diesel tow vehicle - problem solved you can use the truck lanes
rr2254545 07/23/15 10:17am Travel Trailers
RE: suggested CGs in Northern Minnesota

Two of my favorite campground are run by the cities of Two Harbors and further north on lake superior there is Grand Marais Burlington Bay Campground Two Harbors Grand Marais RV Park and Campground We were up in Grand Marais a few weeks ago - picture from our campsite below Lots of water falls up there - many are right off the highway and easy to get to http://i.imgur.com/mYLU1gjl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/RYogs1Ul.jpg
rr2254545 07/22/15 06:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Given choice gas or diesel powered fill time coach

The fuel cost per mile is less with diesel as it gets better mileage With the gasser based on todays price here in Minnesota 39 cents per mile based on 7 mile per gallon The diesel pusher is 32 cents per mile based on 9 miles per gallon Since the mileage is 22% better the diesel is more cost effective unless the price per gallon exceeds gas by more than 22%
rr2254545 07/22/15 11:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Given choice gas or diesel powered fill time coach

I diesel MH can pull up to 10,000 pounds so no need to have a smallish car I have owned both and far prefer the diesel - Much better ride - steers better too Quiet - I can actually talk to my wife Much much more room to store stuff
rr2254545 07/22/15 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV parks near Brookings Oregon

Great park - At Rivers Edge Rv Resort - we stayed there for a week last year In Brookings
rr2254545 07/21/15 09:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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