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RE: Portland Oregon Parks question

There is an RV/Trailer Park in Beaverton, right on the metro line, a couple blocks from shopping. Mobile Home Corral & RV Park (971) 770-0478 Its old and run down, but my friend lived there for a long time and never had any issues with theft or crime. Better start calling now though as they fill up and stay filled.
Roy&Lynne 01/28/20 04:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Badlands

There is boondocking campground just west of the park. If you don't mind quiet and solitude, not to mention free.
Roy&Lynne 01/28/20 04:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help with Computer issue

Thanks all. I think Ill just take it to my friendly computer geek. I can't answer questions cause I'm so completely computer dumb
Roy&Lynne 01/10/20 12:45pm Technology Corner
Help with Computer issue

Could someone help. I had to purchase a new modem as the 20 year old one that I had finally died. After calls to Century Link and Motorola, I got it to work on everything but my new computer. I think I need to remove the programming for the new modem and reinstall it but I can't for the life of me, figure out how to do it. Is there a way?
Roy&Lynne 01/09/20 12:15pm Technology Corner
RE: Mississippi Blues Trip

Thanks so much. I know that summer isn't the best time, but its the only time that we have right now. I came here once and asked about sights in Louisiana and got such great info we had a blast so thanks for your suggestions I have bookmarked them all.
Roy&Lynne 12/30/19 05:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Mississippi Blues Trip

Being a Blues lover, hubby and I would like to take a tour thru Mississippi Delta to see, hear and feel old timey Blues this coming summer starting in Memphis and then going south. Only problem is DH is disabled so a lot of walking isn't any option. Any recommendations 1)food to try. 2) places to visit and 3) places to camp. Thanks in advance.
Roy&Lynne 12/29/19 05:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tucson to Olympia, WA

Ive done them all, I 5, 395,and 93, and did 395 in March. I think I would check the weather the day before I left, and if it looked okay, I'd take Hwy 93 all the way to I 84 and then if Hwy 12 is open take over the Cascades 93 is really stress free driving.
Roy&Lynne 12/01/19 08:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Homeless migration to RVs creating problems

Ten years ago you could rent an apartment in my home town for 550 a month, now that same apartment costs 950 to 1000 a month, but wages have hardly budged. My elderly neighbors husband died and and she gets 780 a month from SS. Does anyone know where she can rent an apartment? Personally I think the problem might not be poor people who really need a place to live but our society who can't be bothered to take care of our poor.
Roy&Lynne 11/17/19 06:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Texas road map

Any Texas Welcome center has free maps.
Roy&Lynne 11/14/19 01:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Favorite Christmas recipes?

When it’s cold it’s gumbo time! Id love a good gumbo recipe Hint Hint
Roy&Lynne 11/08/19 11:36am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Ready to Live on the Road and Excited

This may have been mentioned but you should really rethink the 40' RV. Its just to long to fit in most National and State Parks, it costs a fortune to fill the gas tank and you would be better served with a 30'er.
Roy&Lynne 11/01/19 09:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Between Portland and The Dallas

We found the campgrounds in the Gorge to be a little noisy because of the trains. But we liked this RV park: Crown Point in Corbett, OR Hope this helps! That will absolutely work. I don't mind trains either, but I could sleep through a hurricane and my husband just turns off his hearing aids.
Roy&Lynne 10/31/19 12:39pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Between Portland and The Dallas

We found the campgrounds in the Gorge to be a little noisy because of the trains. But we liked this RV park: Crown Point in Corbett, OR Hope this helps! That will absolutely work. I don't mind trains either, but I could sleep through a hurricane and my husband just turns off his hearing aids.
Roy&Lynne 10/31/19 12:39pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Between Portland and The Dallas

"Dalles". Dallas is in Texas ;)I hope that's a typo..they're from the pnw. Lord, I would never talk to anyone like that, and please in the future do not comment on my post.. I would never hurt your feelings. I rather expected that from 2oldman as he is always rude, but .....Never mind, I;ll just block you both and my life will be better.
Roy&Lynne 10/31/19 12:32pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
Between Portland and The Dallas

Does anyone know of places to camp on the Oregon side off Hwy 3 or I 84 open in November? Boondock, dry camp, full service, doesn't matter.
Roy&Lynne 10/30/19 01:42pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: I want something different!

First don't look for spring veggies in the fall unless you get frozen cause you will be disappointed. In fall, we look for squash, Delicata is my new favorite and we have it often. Also fall and winter are soup time, and I make a soup at least once a week. Curry, Gumbo and one pot meals are also great foods for the RV. Not to long ago someone posted a great Baked Potato Soup recipe here and its been a staple ever since. There are so many great recipes out there, the only time we might get bored with a meal is when we get to the bottom of that soup pot and had it for a couple nights in a row.
Roy&Lynne 10/19/19 08:44pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Texas to Washington State

From San Antonio we just took I 35 up to I 40 to Gallup and then north, cutting off a corner of Colorado and going into Utah on 191. We mostly just used Google Maps. The weather was cold but the roads were dry. We may have lucked out but we really didn't have any issues. We spent one night in Cortez, one in Moab, we are military so we spent one night at Hill AFB, and our last night we spent in a Motel in Baker Oregon cause it was really cold, but there were RV parks in Pendleton we could have stayed at. If you need anything else just let me know.
Roy&Lynne 10/18/19 02:10pm Roads and Routes
RE: Where do you find water

Thanks so much. We plan to be gone for most of the winter and spring so our tank wont last that long.
Roy&Lynne 10/17/19 11:22am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Texas to Washington State

We live in Washington and have relatives in Texas and often travel in winter. Last time was in Jan and we cut across Utah and New Mexico and had no issue. The only steep grade is on I84 going into Pendleton but not really an issue. Since you have the time, just watch the weather and be prepared to hunker down and wait it out. Just set Google on fastest route and go for it. I wouldn't go thru California with their gas prices so high and the Siskayous traffic and grades are just as bad if not worse than I84
Roy&Lynne 10/15/19 12:18pm Roads and Routes
Where do you find water

while boondocking. We plan a trip thru the southwest this winter and wonder where you fill you water tanks? Is it even an issue?
Roy&Lynne 10/15/19 12:05pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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