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RE: Albuquerque Rv campground?

It's been several years since we've visited, but we stayed at the Albuquerque KOA Journey and like it. My mother in law lived close by and this was central to many of the places she took us.
ReneeG 10/28/21 08:56am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: genny conundrum

I would be willing to bet a 30 pack of Busch Light that they would work just fine.I would at least try it. Nothing's going to blow up. Are you sure?
ReneeG 10/28/21 08:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Made real sourdough bread camping!

Holy moly!!!! That's looks amazing and I bet with a slab of butter it was!
ReneeG 10/27/21 04:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Made real sourdough bread camping!

Holy moly!!!! That's looks amazing and I bet with a slab of butter it was!
ReneeG 10/27/21 04:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: genny conundrum

our model of eu2000 is not compatible with an eu2200 so we'd have to buy two eu2200 and parallel along with the extended fuel tank.I don't know of your particular situation, but I've paralleled a 2000 with a 2200, and am now running 2-2200s with one 1000. So far it all works. We googled the serial number on our eu2000 and it's not compatible with any of the eu2200's.
ReneeG 10/27/21 04:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: genny conundrum

We too did not want to get the generator built in the front storage. Right not we only have one Honda eu2000 which we hardly ever use, but keep it in the front bay just in case. We thought of getting another eu2000 because our model of eu2000 is not compatible with an eu2200 so we'd have to buy two eu2200 and parallel along with the extended fuel tank. We checked into the HANDI 3000iH which would run our AC and is only 78 lbs, but with the supply chain problems, it's hard to find one, if ever. Nice thing about Champion gennys, is that you can mix and match quite a number of different models to parallel them. There's at least 2 different 3k models that I can parallel my current 2k to. Lyle Thanks for the info. I'll have to google the dcb of the Champions.
ReneeG 10/27/21 01:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: genny conundrum

We too did not want to get the generator built in the front storage. Right not we only have one Honda eu2000 which we hardly ever use, but keep it in the front bay just in case. We thought of getting another eu2000 because our model of eu2000 is not compatible with an eu2200 so we'd have to buy two eu2200 and parallel along with the extended fuel tank. We checked into the HANDI 3000iH which would run our AC and is only 78 lbs, but with the supply chain problems, it's hard to find one, if ever.
ReneeG 10/27/21 08:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Observations from the road

We RARELY make reservations. Last year and this year, both in September, we took a two week trip. No reservations to the Yellowstone, GTNP areas. Jockeyed for a spot at two campgrounds in 2020, but not this year. Got spots straight away.
ReneeG 10/27/21 08:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Wind!

Why is there so much hate on this forum now? Settle down people! Hate? Hmmm, I must be immune because I don't see any hate here.
ReneeG 10/27/21 08:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Wind!

Look at it this way. All you anti cover folks, aren’t supporting the RV cover industry like I am! Amen! In this economy, we need to help others out as much as possible! :B
ReneeG 10/27/21 08:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Glacier National Park and Mount Rushmore campgrounds

The first time we went to Glacier, we stayed on the West side first at Mountain Meadows RV park. Beautiful and wooded. Then that same trips we moved to the East side and stayed at the KOA. At that time, it was fairly new and not so crowded, but it sure was windy. Next trip back we stayed at North American RV Park for a few days since we used Passport America for half off, then we moved to the West Glacier KOA.
ReneeG 10/26/21 02:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wind!

Now that's funny! Having been a previous cover advocate and frustrated with the worn paint from the straps, I'd rather deal with that then faded and cracked decals which we just replaced for about $5k.
ReneeG 10/26/21 02:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question about gray water...?

Here's an example from my personal experience. This happened at one of our favorite spots out in the desert. It's wide open BLM land, but the camping spots are limited because it's only practical to camp where the brush has already been beaten down over the years and there's already a ring of rocks for the fire. We pulled up to our favorite spot where we had told the group to meet us. I picked that spot because of the location and size. In that area, it's an unwritten rule that groups should pick a spot that fits the size of the group, so that you don't have a solo camper in a space that would fit twenty rigs. (We also don't "share" spots. We try to keep at least a football field length away from each other so that dust, kids, dogs, generator noise, music, etc. doesn't bother anyone else.) So I pulled up to our agreed-upon spot and started to unhitch, but the campers who left that morning and dumped their gray tank right there in camp. There was a huge puddle that wrecked that area, and it was full of food particles (bits of salad, pasta, etc.) because the dumpers didn't know how to do dishes in an RV. The smell was horrendous and there were flies everywhere. We had to pick a different spot and then drive out to the highway to contact everyone in our group and tell them the new location. All this, just because the jerkwad before us wanted to shed a few pounds for his drive home. AND this is why there are regulations on not dumping waste water. Had they responsibly adhered to rules and respect for the environment, we all would probably not be talking about this.
ReneeG 10/20/21 10:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Question about gray water...?

When we had a PUP I wouldn't let the bucket get more than half full because it was easier to deal with a lighter bucket. I would sling it into the trees or shrubs trying to disperse it the best I could. The next bucket went a different direction. We used disposable items as much as possible so not to wash dishes. Bacon grease went into a coffee can and into the trash. I've seen many dead trees from ppl dumping their grease at the trunk. Tent camping before that all washing took place at the hose bib where there was a gravel pit below it. Again, grease went into the trash. I don't know why these threads keep getting closed because this is a legitimate, important discussion. We have a tent camper with a water tank and do as you said. In our FW (and tent camper too), we still use paper plates to cut down on water use, but even with cooking pots and utensils, we wipe them with a paper towel before dropping them into the biodegradable organic soapy water. We have very few, if any, food particles and along with that frequently put an organic digester and deodorizer tablet down the kitchen sink. I NEVER cook pasta because there is no way to dispose of that water and using grain free pasta is worse as far as the state of the cooking water - it's thick and slimey.
ReneeG 10/20/21 10:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Class B that sleeps 4 adults?

RV Trader Class B Sleeps 4 That's from RV Trader. I set two filters - Class B and Sleeping Capacity 4. Can't figure it out from the pics though.
ReneeG 10/20/21 08:27am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Moving over to the motorhome forum

Congrats! Enjoy the new ride.
ReneeG 10/20/21 08:24am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you pay for winterizing?

Twelve replies, and not one answered the OP's question... What do they charge JKJavelin? I surmise, as the OP probably does, that none of us know since we all do it ourselves.
ReneeG 10/19/21 05:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Do you pay for winterizing?

Using the air compressor is easy to winterize RVs and the sprinkler lines under ground in the yard. Just make sure you have an inline water/oil filter. One of the things you do when you live in places that dip in the teens at night. When using only air, make sure you open your toilet valve. How do we know? We've forgotten a couple of times and once we were lucky, so now we use the pink stuff to ensure it's all out. Same with the spray head at the kitchen sink!
ReneeG 10/19/21 08:53am Tech Issues
RE: Anyone dribble their gray ?

We use our gray (shower and bathroom sink) to put out our fire. That's about it. If the kitchen sink tank gets full, we'll use that too, but try to maintain some in the tank to use to flush behind our black tank emptying.
ReneeG 10/19/21 07:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Whazoo?

I found his blog - here it is.
ReneeG 10/19/21 06:44am Truck Campers
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