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RE: Trip report: Four weeks in the Northwest

Wow! So great to see another of your fabulous trip reports. Thanks for sharing!
Tiger4x4RV 12/02/22 12:49pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: The GEO Method and Space Heaters - Thoughts?

For heat, my favorite method these days on a trip like that would be to stay at a place with electrical hookups and use a small portable electric heater. Or use a propane heater and turn it off when going to bed. At the temperatures you describe, you and your RV plumbing won't freeze. Good long undies and lots of blankets and sometimes even a knit hat take care of night heat needs safely. I never run either propane or electric heaters while I am asleep. Have a great trip!
Tiger4x4RV 11/16/22 03:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Where to get three nights of peaceful RV time?

From my personal bucket list, meaning I want to go but have not done so yet... Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument This is north of you. Probably pretty primitive. https://www.blm.gov/programs/national-conservation-lands/california/berryessa-snow-mountain-national-monument From my been-there-liked-it list: San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area South of you near Los Banos. A variety of camping areas, ranging from primitive first-come-first-served (Medeiros, where I always stay) to full hookups with lake views. https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=30712
Tiger4x4RV 09/19/22 11:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip report: Sequoia after the fires

Thanks for the cool and refreshing trip report! It is good that you and Felice and the Sequoias all appear to be doing well.
Tiger4x4RV 07/04/22 10:25am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Everybody must get stoned, rock on...

This job was worth all of the sweat and pain it caused you. Broken ankles are to be avoided at all costs. When I broke mine a few years ago at age 70, I was unable to drive for 7 1/2 months. So much Tiger travel time lost.....
Tiger4x4RV 06/29/22 03:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking at class c questions on maintenance

My Tiger Class C, 20 feet long, on a stock 2500 HD 4x4 chassis, goes to the Chevy dealer work truck department for all of its basic fluids, changes, belts, etc. This dealer has all the parts, offers a shuttle service, and has done a great job for the 16 years I've had this truck. The mechanics love it; they say they've never seen anything so cool on a Chevy chassis.
Tiger4x4RV 06/28/22 10:26am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Message for Tiger4X4RV.....

You are now on my buddy list and I will send you what I have, which is the brochure on the Six Pac and some photos taken on my visit to the factory in 2006. As to pros/cons, for public viewing: Biggest con is of course that Six Pac is no longer manufactured and has not been for quite a while. They were once very popular around here. The factory was local and they appeared to produce a great basic camper. So why did I not choose this wonderful camper? The Six Pac or any truck camper did not fit my wish list. There is no perfect RV, but having the ability to go from living quarters to truck cab without going outside was VERY high on my list. I had had that feature on my pre-Tiger RV (a small Class C, very much like a Tiger), which I had adventured in for 15 years, and I was not wanting to do without it. Might I have bought the Six Pac if it was the best fit for my list? Yes. Great basic camper, well built, not loaded with fancy stuff I didn't need or want, decent price. Should you buy the 2005 Six Pac? Consider the following: Look VERY carefully at any damage accumulated over the years, especially looking for signs of moisture damage. This problem is almost universal on older units of all types, not just Six Pac and not just truck campers. Rain seems to want to live inside with you and condensation doesn't want to go away. Look at your own personal resources. Can you repair problems or afford or even find someone else to repair them? Does this camper fit into the bed of your truck? I remember reading that truck bed widths have shrunk over the years and that sometimes older campers do not fit into new trucks. Best of luck in your camper search!
Tiger4x4RV 06/27/22 12:42pm Truck Campers
RE: My campsite map now up to 740 sites

Thank you for all you do to provide this great info. I have found some great sites from your lists over the years.
Tiger4x4RV 04/26/22 11:16am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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