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RE: Pigion Forge TN

We also love the Smokies & have been returning regularly since I was a child. The national park never disappoints. Probably why it is one of or maybe the most visited of our national parks. Traversing the main drag tests my medication but others love it. Many great RV parks to choose from; Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Sevierville If you have never been or have children you probably need to experience the tourist trap aspect once & make up your own minds. We'll return regardless as the park is worth it to us.
Two Jayhawks 12/03/19 08:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 15 Amp Service

We did Thanksgiving about 6 years ago with family on their property outside Clovis NM. They had a nice little place on some land & we just used a 15 amp plug in off the house. It worked out great.
Two Jayhawks 12/03/19 08:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Will any portable compressor handle 95 psi?

Anything small & portable would be a good RV compressor as long as it has a high enough PSI rating. Most of us will never have to find out how long it might take to fill a 22.5" from flat.
Two Jayhawks 11/25/19 02:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A Fulltimer freeze concerns

It's good to keep a watchful eye on low temps. I'll also reiterate that Newmar's are so well insulated it shouldn't be an issue. For your own piece of mind why not get a wireless thermometer, place in basement, & you can see for yourself how warm it is staying.
Two Jayhawks 11/12/19 07:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: In-Depth RV Lithium Install & Wiring Film - Mike Mas

Hi Mike, I've enjoyed watching & learned something from all of your videos. Thanks for posting.
Two Jayhawks 10/30/19 08:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Not too early for Halloween, have been on a spooky campsite?

Good one. Steven King could probably make millions with just that as a story line.
Two Jayhawks 10/11/19 01:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Booth dinette set

Sure there is probably a CL buyer for it if it is priced right. If you don't sell it & want it gone list it on CL in the FREE section & it will go.
Two Jayhawks 10/10/19 02:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery Hold downs

Can you utilize straps instead of a hold down bracket? Mine are just Husky straps from Home Depot. https://i.imgur.com/ac1WQbcl.jpg
Two Jayhawks 10/01/19 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to stay in St Louis?

Maybe I should get your feedback on which attractions are most/least worthwhile? We plan to visit the Gateway arch complex, Grant National Historic Site, Missouri state History Museum & Art Museum, as well as the Missouri Botanical Gardens (Tower Grove House), & of course the Anhaueser brewery for a tour. In view of the reviews so far, HELP!!! Thanks... The Botanical Gardens in St. Louis is world class. Even if you are not into that type of thing I would budget several hours as a minimum. Maybe the corpse flower will be blooming- that's a rare treat. Also, plan to visit the Hill & have a meal there.
Two Jayhawks 09/04/19 08:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where to stay in St Louis?

We visit St Louis frequently & my favorite RV is 370 Lakeside just outside St Louis in St Peter's. We had reservations for Memorial weekend but they were dashed because of flooding. I haven't been back since to see if they are all OK again.
Two Jayhawks 09/03/19 07:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ozark resort

Is the Ozark Resort on Table Rock Lake worth the extra dollars they charge for sites? Sometimes the internet does not accurately describe a cg (tongue in cheek comment)! We are planning a trip to Branson and the surrounding areas. They are a lot of cg's in that area and I was just wondering. We love visiting Branson we live about 4 hours away. We have always stayed in Branson & there are tons of CG's to choose from. We tried Ozark Resort several years ago & it is one of the finest resorts we have ever visited. You won't be disappointed. Staying 40 minutes from Branson is fine for us as we don't need Branson 7/24. Don't think you could go wrong where ever you choose to stay.
Two Jayhawks 08/22/19 08:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: roof air

Thanks everyone for the info Also, my lag bolt heads are covered in silicone requiring removing silicone to remove lag bolts. Since it came that way from Newmar I reinstalled new silicone after tightening bolts. Yes, you can do that. What I do is, after installing the lag bolts, I remove and inject silicone into the hole then reinstall the Lag bolts. There is no need to install Silicone over the top of the bolt when you do this. Doug I like your method better. I've had to go up & re tighten my bolts but didn't remove them. Removing bolt & squirting silicone in the hole would also maybe keep me from having to re tighten down the road. :S
Two Jayhawks 08/17/19 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: roof air

Thanks everyone for the info Also, my lag bolt heads are covered in silicone requiring removing silicone to remove lag bolts. Since it came that way from Newmar I reinstalled new silicone after tightening bolts.
Two Jayhawks 08/16/19 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing Jeep Trailhawk

We tow 3 Jeeps. A 2012 Wrangler, 2015 GC, and 2016 Trailhawk Cherokee. BY FAR, the nicest to tow is the Cherokee. Weight is great, tracks well behind the coach, and is super nice to have a mixture of a little Jeep for off-road or a grocery hauler to get supplies. Why on earth do you need a charge line? And why not the Blue Ox baseplate? It/they are hidden (2 pieces) and very good performance and super easy to install. WW I wanted the charge line to keep the toad battery charged at all times even if I drive at night or do not unhook for a few days. We plan to go with a Demco baseplate because that is the tow bar I already have. I've had Demco and Blue Ox base plates and both are great. I give Blue Ox a slight nod as I now prefer the removable tabs. You probably know this but you cam put Blue Ox connectors on your Demco tow bar also.
Two Jayhawks 08/14/19 08:45am Dinghy Towing
RE: Miles per day.

Been class A RVing for over 20 years & we are younger than many and not retired. We've had many long drive days over the years but present day my choice is a limit of about 10 hours.
Two Jayhawks 08/06/19 08:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: To DP or not DP

You should just go shopping & get what fits your needs best. Of course you NEED to test drive a pusher so you don't have to take anyone's word on the differences. Since you are not doing the maintenance anyway I don't see where there is much difference between a diesel/gas coach. Both just require a credit card. Happy shopping!
Two Jayhawks 07/19/19 07:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 100 amp service

We were at Route 66 RV Resort a couple years ago. It was brand new & our site absolutely had 100 amp service. I assumed this was to accommodate bus conversions. Regardless it definitely is not for two RV's at one site.
Two Jayhawks 07/10/19 07:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Storage Condos - 7 Years later

We have them in our area as well & they are awesome & doing very well. Garage Condo's Link. I think the idea was a fantastic idea & I'm glad you followed up with such a positive post!
Two Jayhawks 06/11/19 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: $100 per night

Hi Tom, You are an avid experienced RVer & you also mention you stay at KOA's frequently. Suggestion, install the KOA free app on your phone & you'll never be surprised with a rate again. I just checked the KOA you stayed at on my phone for kicks & is says $95 per night- took 10 seconds. :B
Two Jayhawks 06/04/19 09:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Can I Get Away With a Quick Brake Job in a Campground?

Hi Hadenough. I'm a little late to this thread but thought I would share my very positive experience with a very nice RV park that allowed me to have a brake job done on my motorhome right at my site. Long story short, I just got my new to me 2002 Safari. Dropped it off at KC Peterbilt for a PM & inspection. Everything was perfect. We arrived @ River Plantationin TN & noticed a burning smell from passenger steer wheel. Found a big truck mobile service & asked CG if I could have it looked at & they said sure. Tech said I needed brakes (about $2K). It was certainly a setback. I asked the CG again if the work could be done at my sight & surprisingly they again said sure. All went very well, vacation saved, didn't miss a beat. Returned home from the trip to a critical recall notice for brakes in my mailbox. Monaco even reimbursed the brake job.
Two Jayhawks 05/31/19 08:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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