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RE: 2016-2021 with Island Kitchen floor plans

We have a 2019 Winnebago Minnie Plus 27RLTS with a kitchen island. Unfortunately, we cannot access the refrigerator without opening the slide. If only they had made the island about 4 inches shorter...
Addy15 08/21/21 03:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best/Favorite RV Resort

There is a very nice resort called Indigo Bluffs near the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Michigan. It has a regular campground side that is very nice as it is, but they also have a "luxury" side which we found absolutely fantastic. We stayed on the "regular" side, but had we known how nice the "luxury" side was, we would have happily paid the higher price for that. The other nice resort that we have been to is the West Glacier KOA near the west entrance to Glacier National Park. Those are probably the two nicest places we have stayed.
Addy15 05/27/21 06:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Inflatable Kayaks

Another brand to look at would be Paddle North. I have one of their paddleboards, but they have kayaks as well.
Addy15 05/27/21 05:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Most scenic rv campground in Glacier

Another vote for West Glacier KOA.
Addy15 05/17/21 07:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Voyageurs National Park

Try this park - we stayed there - make sure you take the boat tour in the park. Verizon had great service there. The Pines of Kabetogama Resort Kabetogama Minnesota We also stayed at The Pines of Kabetogama and had good service with our AT&T phones. We would recommend this resort to anyone interested in staying in the area. The resort has boats for rent if you are interested in that. We were there last summer, so things like the boat tours and other attractions were not available. And the VNP Visitor Centers were closed. Not sure what the status is on any of that for this year. You'd probably have to visit the national parks website to find out about any restrictions. We had our own boat along so did some fishing and boat exploring. There are some hiking trails in the park as well. Be sure and visit the Ellsworth Rock Gardens (only accessible by boat). Edited to add: One thing to also note is that because the Canadian border is still closed, northern Minnesota campgrounds and resorts have been extra busy trying to accommodate folks who would normally have gone to Canada. It's possible you might find availability somewhat limited. The one resort we always go to on Lake Vermilion said last year that as soon as the border was closed, they started getting phone calls from people looking for alternatives to their Canadian vacations that had to be cancelled. If you are interested, I wouldn't wait to start calling around.
Addy15 04/10/21 09:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Something I've not seen before.

FWIW, this is an excellent example why I hate Facebook. After spending some time trying to find the post about the trailer mishap, I've given up. Seems to be impossible to find a particular post, even if you posted on it. Anyone know how, I'd be grateful for a heads-up on how to go about it. If you go into your own profile, there is a little 3-dots thing on the side. Click into that and you will find your activity log. There you should be able to see everything you have commented on, posted and/or searched. The only reason you wouldn't be able to see that you commented on that person's post would be if that post has been removed for some reason. I know I have gone back to re-read posts I have commented on in the past only to find they have been removed. But if the post is still up, you should be able to find it that way.
Addy15 01/08/21 05:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Insurance on a 2021 Fifth Wheel

Our lender requires full replacement coverage. Our insurance agent ended up recommending Nationwide. Right around $500/year for the unit we have. This is not connected with our truck insurance at all.
Addy15 12/22/20 05:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Receiver Bike Racks

Unless something has changed, Swagman is the only bike rack manufacturer that has racks approved for RV usage. We have an RV-rated Yakima and are very happy with it... Friends have/had a Swagman and lost a bike during a trip we were on together. Several hundred dollars worth of damage to the bike...
Addy15 12/17/20 06:21pm General RVing Issues
Wisconsin recommendation?

Does anyone have a recommendation for a nice RV campground near the Road America track in Wisconsin? It's between Lake Winnebago and Sheboygan. We have a 30 foot 5th wheel. Full hook-ups would be nice; water and 50 amp electric are necessary.
Addy15 12/06/20 04:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Honest RV Dealers - Are there any?

It was quite the process when we purchased our current trailer (Winnebago Minnie Plus 27RLTS 5th wheel) 2 1/2 years ago now. We did most of our research online and finally zeroed in on this model as the ONE that met all but one of our non-negotiable criteria. Then we started an extensive online search for dealers that carried this model. We found several around the country and were willing to travel for the right deal. In the end, it came down to three -- one in our local area and two in neighboring states within a half-days drive. All were small local dealers. We visited our local dealer (who actually didn't have this model in stock; we would have had to order) to just confirm that we liked the brand in terms of build quality, space, etc. The unit we ended up buying was one that hadn't been claimed by any of the larger dealers for their lots, so was just sitting at the factory. All three of the dealers we were trying to work with were basically bidding on that same trailer. In the end, we went with the dealer in a neighboring state. Just a "one-guy" shop. He gave us a great price on the trailer, sent one of his employees to Indiana to get it, agreed to switch out the tires for better ones before we even took it off the lot; and gave us a phenomenal trade value on the travel trailer we traded in. There were no "extra" or "add-on" kinds of fees -- just a straightforward "out-the-door" deal. He doesn't deal with financing, so we had pre-arranged our own, so it was also a very clean deal that way. I don't think we could have gotten a better deal or service. And, we purchased this unit totally sight unseen. We made the deal purely through telephone and e-mail. We never saw it before we went to pick it up. We have only taken it back for service twice and those were fairly minor issues which were dealt with the same day and the dealer has been more than willing to talk through other situations over the phone and teach my husband how to fix things himself. So, I think the answer to the OP's question is that yes, there are honest dealers, but you do have to do your research to find them. Know what you want
Addy15 11/25/20 09:05am General RVing Issues
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