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RE: RV lot OWNERSHIP - deeded lot ownership, live year round

Relatives were looking at a permanent place in a 55+ park and ended up with a nice place. One that they looked at said their adult but under 55 kids could not use it unless they were there also. Deal breaker for them but I am sure a lot of people would be fine with that. Point being make sure you know the rules ahead of time. Jim.
04fxsts 01/26/20 05:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Illinois state park alcohol rules

I live near Kickapoo state park in Illinois and it is posted no alcohol but not normally enforced if discrete. Another thing you might check would be county parks in Illinois. There is a nice one nearby that does allow alcohol but will toss you out if rowdy. Each county park sets their own rules. Jim.
04fxsts 01/07/20 05:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Blackstone Griddle

THe camp Chef looks like a decent item. More versatile then the Blackstone. However the blackstone Griddle is cast iron which makes allows for more heat retention and creates a better cooking surface. Sorry but the Blackstone is steel, I have the 28" and the 17" griddles. At 3/16" thick the steel holds the heat well also. Jim.
04fxsts 11/29/19 06:43pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Blackstone Griddle

Got the 28" for home and found it to be everything I had hoped, love it. I then decided to get the 17" table top model for the MH and am just as happy with it as well. We already carry a small table with us and the small propane bottles seem to last pretty well. Jim.
04fxsts 09/30/19 02:45am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: I-74 Indianapolis West Bound to Davenport IA

Not great, a couple in Indiana and several more in Illinois, around 11' 6" width and construction speed limits. I have found Illinois usually being worse than Indiana. Illinois is more likely to have one lane for miles between actual construction sites instead of just where work is actually being done. https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/trafficinfo/ This is the site I use to check on roads, seems to have pretty up to date info. Jim.
04fxsts 07/02/19 05:17am Roads and Routes
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