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RE: Waterton & Lake Louise early May.????

Another thing you have to be aware of in Waterton is don't put your awning out. The wind can come up out of nowhere and your awning will flop over your trailer. I've seen it happen to a guy who wouldn't take the advice. Waterton is our most favourite National Park. We usually arrived around June 29th tho'. When Waterton Springs Campground was open( just north of Waterton Townsite) they had to tow a rig out to the highway because of the snow in June.
Pipeman 02/18/23 05:10am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: RVing with a HD Pick up in Ontario

I have a 1 ton dually HD and a 5er. I also had a class Dz license, an AR license and then dropped down to a class G license when they wanted me to go for medicals etc. The class G covers what I haul with my HD. As for the plate sticker, I used to up the weight rating from May to October but I haven't done that in a few years now. I have never been given a break on my sticker cost by the gov't. I just renewed my sticker on line for $265. and it didn't take very long to get here. I tried online last year and I was told I couldn't do it. This year was different.
Pipeman 11/28/22 05:06am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Getting propane tanks in and out

My oldest son gave us a propane fire pit and one of those trade 20 pound propane tanks. Apparently it cost a little bit over $30 to trade for a full one. So I bought a new 20 pounder from Costco for the pit. Now I have 2 tanks for it.Both tanks have been emptied using them with the fire pit so I went to Costco had the trade in one checked to see when it was good to and that is 2027, so I had it filled and the cost was a tad over $18 a piece.
Pipeman 07/01/22 05:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Auxiliary Tank Combo

I have a 50 gallon trax 4 transferflow tank in the back of my dually. I have a long box. It's computer controlled which means it fills the main tank when it uses a few gallons and there's a gauge which sits on the dash and it tells me the total in both tanks and how much fuel has been used and when the tank is pumping into the main tank. . Mine is diesel. I had it installed 11 years ago and it is working like new. It fits under my tonneau cover as well. No tool box. With the main tank holding 36 gallons, I have a total of 86 gallons of fuel.
Pipeman 06/25/22 05:03am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

When we go out west we take 7 days to do it. We're not in s hurry.When we stop for the night I fuel up first with the 5er attached and then go to the campground where we will stay at for the night.The 5er doesn't get unhitched and the 3 slides are opened until it's time to go to bed.I just make sure the 5er is level. The bedroom slide remains open for the night. In the morning we get cleaned up, the wife make sandwiches for the road and we're off for another day of travelling. We can use the 5er without having to open the slides if we need to. It's a 2009 Cedar Creek. I always unplug from my truck for the night.
Pipeman 06/19/22 05:05am Fifth-Wheels
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