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RE: Nevada Hwy 50

Last year we drove US Hwy 50 from the Atlantic beaches of Ocean City, MD to Sacramento, CA which is the west end of Rte 50. We then drove on west to the Pacific coast to complete our "sea to shining sea adventure." It took us 10 driving days to cover 3121 miles. For the Nevada portion we camped in Ely and Carson City.
Fred_n_Jo 08/20/19 02:34pm Roads and Routes
RE: ree drumond,pawhuska Ok,place to camp

While in the area also check out Woolaroc which is an Indian art and Phillips 66 oil co museum near Bartlesville.
Fred_n_Jo 03/26/19 05:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ree drumond,pawhuska Ok,place to camp

In that area we camped at the Twin Points COE campground on Skiatook Reservoir just south of Pawhuska a little bit.
Fred_n_Jo 03/24/19 09:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Payload Advice

I purchased our camper for a short bed F-350. I added a sway bar, super springs, and stable loads. I tried for 4 months to get a set of Rickson steel 19.5" wheels. We had trips planned and no delivery date for those wheels so I found this F-450 on a local dealers lot with less than 40,000 miles and couldn't be happier. I now have all the load capacity I need, an 18" extra storage space between the front of the camper and the cab of the truck, much tighter turning radius plus 19.5" wheels. The only downside was it cost a fortune to put on a full set of new tires but I was going to have to do that anyway with the F-350.
Fred_n_Jo 03/22/19 09:20am Truck Campers
RE: Payload Advice

I’m pretty sure no shortbed campers are made that it won’t carry. They just aren’t that huge. My short bed camper with three slides is huge-ish.
Fred_n_Jo 03/22/19 06:52am Truck Campers
RE: Lock for fast guns

I agree with Bedlam and will add that my old fingers had difficulty with the some of the lynch pins.
Fred_n_Jo 02/20/19 10:18am Truck Campers
RE: Great River Road

Last summer we did the great river road from Louisiana, MO up river to the source at lake Itasca. Now this spring we will go back to Louisiana, MO and turn south where we will follow the Mississippi all the way to it's delta south of New Orleans. We have driven the whole Skyline drive and Blue Ridge Parkway, the Natchez Trace, the Oregon Trail, the Lewis and Clark expedition at least to Three Forks, MT where the Missouri River starts. These have all been great adventures.
Fred_n_Jo 01/28/19 07:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: Quiet Back Roads and a Truck Camper

This past summer we drove US highway 50 from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. It begins in Ocean City, MD and ends in Sacramento, CA but we went on to Bodega Bay on the waters edge. US 50 does go through downtown DC along the National Mall but 90% is rural 2 lane, small towns, rural pleasant driving and our goal was to enjoy the sea to shining sea trip.
Fred_n_Jo 12/24/18 03:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Buffalo, NY to Seattle and back suggestions

BarabooBob has the right route for the trip from Buffalo to Medora, ND. Still, it is a 1500 mile trip and for a 50 mph average RV speed that is 30 hours of driving. We have found in our 20 years in an RV that with stops for fuel, food, stretch breaks, and then slow downs for road construction and traffic jams 50 mph is a good overall average. In Medora we stayed at the Medora Campground and it was very nice. From there we took a day trip to the northern part of the TR national park for a drive through. Don't miss the Medora Musical outdoor theater show and the pitchfork steak fondue dinner just before the show.
Fred_n_Jo 12/23/18 07:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: AT&T Fiber

My fiber line comes into the house to the router. The main TV with DVR is connected by Cat5, the other tvs, tablet, e-book, cellphone, printer, and home security system is connected by WiFi. My computer is connected by Ethernet cable and I have 500 Mb download speeds which is 50 times the DSL speed I used to have.
Fred_n_Jo 11/11/18 08:54am Technology Corner
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