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RE: Ball For Drop Shank

This is only half right? I bought this from harbor freight: https://www.harborfreight.com/8-in-1-adjustable-ball-mount-hitch-95991.html which holds a standard 2" ball.
PartyOf Five 02/24/20 02:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Best gadget buy in a long long long time

My batteries switch between a drill, circ and recip saws. And any other ryobi tools you guys want to get for my bday...
PartyOf Five 02/23/20 03:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Parts of our 3 month wander...

Awesome! We're settled into Chicago but thinking of New Mexico at the end of March!
PartyOf Five 02/22/20 05:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Showing Off Our Travels

We stick them in the edge of the windows; we can take pictures when we sell the unit. If you wanted it portable, you could add a piece of plexiglass in the window and stick them there.
PartyOf Five 02/16/20 04:20pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Need some advice

RV travel brings you a kitchen, the ability to stop where and when you want, and space to stretch out. With 4 of you total, you won't need uncodable in a car, so a van / suv will be spacious. In 35 days and so much to do, would you travel quickly between spots or stay at them and enjoy- the 2nd would be a reason to take an RV. For the first I would use hotels, etc. With a rental car. If cost is there primary consideration, then RV is not cheaper. If experience/ lifestyle is primary, then there is no match. We met a French family who did this type of Tavel 2 years ago, DM and I can connect you.
PartyOf Five 02/10/20 02:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Campnab

The software capability for the functionality the OP is looking for exists, but would be costly to go through each facility inventory and serve up the results. You'd either have to endure a lot of ads or pay a fee- neither of which would likely resonate with the target audience.
PartyOf Five 02/10/20 01:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toadless car renters

In larger cities like Pensacola, it's probably easier and cheaper to take Lyft and leave the driving to them. This model is becoming very cost effective when you consider all the costs and figure out if you really really need to drive yourself. They just dispatch someone to you via an app.
PartyOf Five 02/05/20 07:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV for Central America Trip

If you've traveled into rural areas and can handle yourself, I'd worry less- we heard all kinds of tales and warnings about going to Alaska but it was much milder, and the rig did much better, than I feared. Knock on wood...
PartyOf Five 01/25/20 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: RV for Central America Trip

What an educational, and experience-filled trip that could be- and at the right ages too. We try to take a few months or at least a few weeks each Summer, and now can travel very lightly- but appreciate having the extra space for unforseen and for extra space on rainy days. C class lets you drive while they sleep, which is very helpful. I also wouldn't want to disconnect a trailer daily if my goal is to tour rather than to spend many days in one place. We spent a few days with a French family matching yours that did just fine in a 22' - they started in Boston, went to Vancouver, and ended in Cancun. I'd love to read your adventures, please DM your blog, and also if we can share any tips. Traveling in a unit for which parts are easily available South of the border would be my primary driver, but I've not researched what's common.
PartyOf Five 01/24/20 08:30am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need Help with Utility Trailer Decision

Another option, in addition to the great comments posted here, is to attach a storage box that's lockable to the front of your open trailer for gear. It will also block some of the dirt kicked up from your TV.
PartyOf Five 01/21/20 11:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Where, oh where to go

Check out hot springs national Park in Arkansas and don't miss a tour of heifer international in Little Rock. There is a nice RV park right on the river across from the Clinton library. These would be further west from the suggestions given earlier. You can also spend a little time in Branson Missouri because it's scenic and touristy. So, don't spend too much time! Oh and don't forget to stop in at the museum of college of the Ozarks. They don't charge any tuition and it's a fascinating model in this day.
PartyOf Five 01/18/20 02:45pm General RVing Issues
RE: Lane Closures I-10 Westbound at Atchafalaya Basin Bridge

Looks like it's overnight in the weekends, I don't think you'll be impacted, especially if you prefer daylight travel.
PartyOf Five 01/16/20 03:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Florida Camping

There are many 24-hour grocery stores and even some that aren't, that qill allow you to park if you are discreet
PartyOf Five 01/15/20 01:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Our annual Quartzite trip and more...

Looking forward to your update, so these first timers can learn a bit ;-)
PartyOf Five 01/15/20 07:51am General RVing Issues
RE: Dually Valve Stems

I've tried 3 varieties of truck stem extensions, they've always resulted in air loss, with 1 where I got stuck for 2 days in a parking lot. Now we just go to a tire shop (where our tires are from) and ask them to check/ fill. I carry 2 chucks and check air regularly, but time box how many minutes i fight with the dually inners before I ask Firestone to help. Most guys say the pressure doesn't fluctuate much, and that's what I've also found.
PartyOf Five 01/14/20 12:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Two Weeks in Canada

There's plenty in BC, so rather than drive beyond and lose time, I would also focus around Penticton, Kelowna and the valley. Or stay west and certainly there's a lot around Vancouver. If you wanted to drive and still stay in BC's more remote areas, go north. So it really depends on what your priorities are - we found active spaces 4 hour pre teens all over, but since we like to have teachable themes, we chose fruit production, logging, and roadways because of the highway thru hell TV series they watch.
PartyOf Five 01/13/20 02:18pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Yellowstone Trip

Buffalo bill state park has some nice sites by the river
PartyOf Five 01/12/20 11:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: It could have went bad!

Old Guy! Hilarious! We've had numerous mishaps, Always with a prayer, and a dutiful and deserved kick from DW. Forgotten hitch pin, compartment left open, door latched open, drain not closed- no matter how you check it, you usually check it without fully paying attention.
PartyOf Five 01/08/20 07:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Car Trailer behind a class A MH

Demco's car caddy 2 folks for storage (ie in your garage), but not like this... Pretty cool if you have so much money and no space. But then again why not just book 2 spots at the cg then ?!?
PartyOf Five 01/04/20 08:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Off again off again, jiggedy jig...

Woohoo! Finally, eh? The timing makes lots of sense too - lol on the 7th. 3 months will roll by like the miles. Couple fans here who'll want lots of details and pics in that blog. Don't forget to update while you're parked with the door open ;-)
PartyOf Five 01/03/20 09:53am General RVing Issues
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