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RE: Poor IT Management

You can change the name of your post to simply "Poor MANAGEMENT" as it all starts at the top. Since the owner is only concerned with income, the entire company gave up on providing good and accurate customer service. GS used to be so good!!
IDman 03/18/22 10:04am Good Sam Club
RE: Columbia River Gorge Hwy

I understand what a permit is. I don't however, know what a "timed entry" permit is. Do they only allow you so many minutes? Do they give you a required exit time? Hope someone will explain the "timed entry" aspect. Thanks!
IDman 02/27/22 06:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Columbia River Gorge Hwy

Sounds like it is just another fee for being there! Haven't been to Disney for 20 years so don't know (or care) how they handle crowds.
IDman 02/23/22 08:14pm Roads and Routes
RE: Columbia River Gorge Hwy

Would you please explain what a 'timed entry' permit is, and why they have it?
IDman 02/23/22 05:40am Roads and Routes
RE: Min. black tank for 7 day Boondock?

Depends on your wife mainly. Some women use 1/2 roll of TP every time they are on the stool, thus having to flush several times to get it all down. My experience would say 25 gal. is enough for 3-4 days max. In 50 years we have never filled our black but the grey fills up in several days. Fresh can always be added....but then where is it going? Black or grey?
IDman 02/03/22 07:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV Roof Damage (water leak???)

I doubt that your insurance will cover this as they would want to what occurance took place. You can't tell them what happened, when, and where.
IDman 01/20/22 06:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Idaho Campgrounds

I agree with most of the above advice. Too hot in August, Sept. better. Torrey's is a nice quiet spot and convenient to the Sawtooth area and Challis area. The area around Salmon and N. Fork is nice to explore and fish. Depending on what you enjoy, Idaho has it all, just in different areas. With your 4-5 weeks you could check out the Cascade/McCall area, then roam on up to CDL area. It's all beautiful.
IDman 01/15/22 08:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Custer State Park Sylvan lake 32’ tt

If the park told you 25 TT max then accept that and book in another CG in the park. Most of the others will be able to handle that size.
IDman 01/13/22 03:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: US 12 Lolo MT to Kooskia Id

It is a good highway with good scenery. When you get into Idaho, it follows the river with many campgrounds. Don't know what months you are planning on but if spring or autumn you could have snow.
IDman 01/03/22 07:18am Roads and Routes
RE: Insurance claim, possible surge

What does your policy say about "sudden power surges?" I'll bet you anything it isn't covered, since you cannot tell them when, where, what. They'll call it 'wear and tear'.
IDman 12/25/21 02:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ranger Lakes CG Colorado

Mid September will be great weather but the lakes will be 'fished out'. The autumn colors and the bugling elk will make up for the lack of fish.
IDman 12/24/21 11:26am Truck Campers
RE: Broke down on the road, what's your insurance experience?

Woke up on a Sunday morning near Rawlins, Wyo. with a flat tire on my pickup. Called Coachnet, nice lady took info, called me back in 10 minutes and told me who was coming to fix me up. He didn't even have me unhitch the TT and asked if I wanted the spare put on or if I wanted him to FIX the flat. He fixed it and he was gone in under an hour. Coachnet called the right guy!
IDman 12/21/21 08:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Broke down on the road, what's your insurance experience?

Back in the "old days" before cell phones, you simply raised your hood so others would know you needed help and good samaritans or a police officer would stop and help. Then they would either radio for help or drive to a phone and call for help. That 'system' actually worked but I wouldn't count on the samaritans today, since society is not as civil now. As you are then a sitting target on the side of the road, you must also be prepared to protect yourself from the less civil element that shares our roads.
IDman 12/21/21 12:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Taos or Santa Fe, New Mexico

Taos has better scenery and is closer to Red River and other mountain areas for fishing, hiking, etc. Taos is smaller, quieter, and just as crowded as Santa Fe. Taos weather in May could be 85 and sunny or 35 and snowy. Santa Fe would be best for shopping, dining, and history. And crowds. Should be warm days and cool nights in May.
IDman 12/08/21 02:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: winter camping advice

There is a reason that RV parks and CGs close in the winter. The same reason is why RV owners winterize their rigs. Be realistic and rent an apartment.
IDman 12/08/21 07:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Nissan for a tow vehicle

I am just curious. You say that you have read about Nissan having transmission, drivetrain, and other issues....so why are you looking at a Nissan, especially a used one out of warranty.
IDman 12/02/21 04:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Cheap sunbird locations? Escape Florida summer

Forget humid areas like Georgia and N. Carolina. For truly comfortable days with cool nights, head to the mountains of New Mexico or southern Colorado.
IDman 11/12/21 06:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cheap sunbird locations? Escape Florida summer

If you truly want to be cooler in the summer, then head for the mountains of New Mexico or southern Colorado. 7000' or higher will keep you very comfortable with balmy days and cool nights. Forget humid areas like Georgia and N.Carolina.
IDman 11/12/21 06:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best generator

We had a Yamaha 2000 for 8-9 years and never had a nickels worth of trouble with it. Sold it to a friend and bought a new Honda 2000 (in the box). It was in the shop after our first use as the tech said it was clogged from stale gas! He said the factory puts some gas in, runs it a bit, and packs and ships them. Some sit for months before being sold. Cost me $70 or so for service as Honda would not honor the warranty. Wish I had kept my Yamaha.
IDman 11/06/21 08:40am Beginning RVing
RE: Immigration crack down

You are "getting a lot of reports" from whom? Stopped on the street where? Being held by whom? Please be specific.
IDman 10/31/21 09:57am RVing in Mexico and South America
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