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RE: Will my trailer fit in this space?

Once you get it in place mark the pavement with masking tape on either side of the wheels. It will help you the subsequent time. I have a side space in my hangar. I had big hopes of parking my TT in there. It was a toss up of opinions from the hangar rats. I knew it was going to be a tight fit. What i didnt account for was the possibility of being slightly angled. Got it in, dinged the TT on the way out. Now the TT resides in my driveway and i have the side space in the hangar back for plane tools, lol.
Billinwoodland 07/30/20 11:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: NorCal Hwy 101 in Marin County to Bodega Bay

We're planning a trip from the Sierra Foothills to Bodega Bay with our dually and 34 ft fifth wheel. I plan on going west on I-80, then cross San Pablo Bay on Hwy 37 to get to Hwy 101 North. I've been on these roads hundreds of times and I don't anticipate any issues. Google maps shows to take the W. Railroad Ave exit right before Cotati. That connects with Stony Point Rd., which leads to Roblar Rd., which connects to Valley Ford Rd., which then in turn becomes Hwy 1 to the coast. The Bodega Bay RV Park is right off Hwy 1. It's been years since I've been up and down Hwy 1. I remember the road being great for sports cars north of Bodega Bay up by Jenner. I don't remember how difficult a drive it is in the Bodega Bay Area. Any input would be appreciated. Camping in Doran right now. Your route is the best way but on the way home take pepper off bodega ave and it will take you directly to 101. Nice to be out of the valley heat.
Billinwoodland 07/29/20 11:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: Imagine tt by Grand Design

Looking at 2600RB. Has one 15K air. They show heavy insulation in this unit. Wondering how well they cool when it's really hot? Unit is about 29' box maybe 25'. Thanks in advance. I was considering GD as well. After spending some time on the GD forum, mygrandrv.com, and seeing some youtube videos, i wont be buying one. What they claim on their website in terms of quality manufacturing and insulation, and what you actually get, are very different. There’s a youtube video on a brand new 2019 that had a roof falling apart. I spoke to one owner who told me there is no insulation between the outside kitchen and the inside of the trailer.
Billinwoodland 12/31/19 07:31pm Travel Trailers
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