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RE: New Moderator

Congrats, Bedlam. Your posts have always caught my attention for hte fairness and direct experience you share. Good luck and enjoy the work that is thankless. b
bka0721 08/20/19 12:37pm Truck Campers
RE: A request from your new mod

Wow, I get up from my keyboard for a run to the fridge for another beer and when I get back all the people have changed! The best always to Wayne, as well as Brad. I owe a lot to both of them. Hope the both of them will continue to enjoy their adventures going down the road. b Ah Bryan, there ya are..... Amen to Wayne n Brad... The TC forum is in my belief the most versatile group of individual creative folks of all the forums. That said heads do butt periodically but much is learned... This forum compared to what it was in the early 2,000's when not much was known about batteries, converters, fridges, tires, gear ratios and the list goes on we all would provide input some good, great, awful and and and... Well the road could get ROUGH sometimes to say the least. Some members left, some were locked out and came back, some just hung in there and worked through the thick and thin. Folks who do not know Bryan he is one of our full timers that have lot's to share. http://www.truckcamperadventure.com/2014/08/interview-with-extreme-boondocking/ Wayne, I and many others have had the great opportunity to share a few hours together sharing and talking about our experiences... A great fella Bryan is. Jim Thanks Jim for the very kind words. I missed your follow-up post. As well as all that has been going on. Visiting here is not something I do very often but I still enjoy the camaraderie of the guys/gals from the old days. Yep, there is that Snob issue, but I have seen that when I ventured into other forums. Just part of the forum issues one deals with or finds another sandbox to play in. b
bka0721 08/11/19 11:06pm Truck Campers
RE: Three cheers for BKA

Again, thanks so much for all your kind comments and encouragement, everyone! One thing that I need to correct, is that my friend Eric posted the youtube of my proposal and he deserves a great thanks, from me and Susie. Also, Eric has joined me at the park I work in and joined in on a couple of my Ranger kayak tours. Thank you, Eric. b
bka0721 08/10/19 10:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Three cheers for BKA

Thanks, everyone! It certainly was an experience to add a little personal event to one of my Ranger programs. Everyone is always welcome to stop by and say hi, anytime they are visiting the Tetons. Thanks to Frank too, for posting this here for my TC family. b
bka0721 08/03/19 09:15am Truck Campers
RE: Does my full-time TC plan seem reasonable?

Howdy. I don't post here as much as I use to. But your post seemed genuine. I am currently in my 12th year of fulltiming. Meaning I do not own any other property as I sold everything/gave things away and took off in a Truck Camper. Yes, you can full time in a truck camper, for all the reasons that have been shared before. But you could live much cheaper in getting a different RV that would also provide you more room and comfort than a Truck Camper. You didn't really spend a lot of time sharing you wish to travel while establishing your future place of residence. For that reason, I would share in considering a travel trailer, which would be cheaper and easy to dispose of at a later time. Having power, heat and food storage will be a challenge as all these areas have small capacities. I wish you good luck in what you are contemplating. b
bka0721 06/30/19 08:48am Truck Campers
RE: loosing old members

Howdy. I might be a new poster to many, or an old long-time poster. We are only relevant to the person reading the latest post. While I hope that some would appreciate what I post and what I bring to this forum. Sadly, in recent months that has not been the case. Also, there are many here just as capable of posting tips and guidance and have the time to comment. I just don't have the time or interest in the forum, for many of the reasons already shared. I also miss many of the posters from the past. You can see this by the date they have joined. There is currently a post, for Jefe4X4, that I will contribute to, too. But the big thing I noticed about this post were the ones contributing to saying goodbye to Jefe, have starting dates prior to 2012. Maybe we have become dinosaurs. So be it. I'm still on the road, boondocking going on 11 years. I still have a lot to share and the experience to back it up. That is where you will find me, most times or working on one of my favorite National Parks. b
bka0721 03/31/19 01:30pm Truck Campers
RE: So long but, not goodbye...

Hey Frank! So sad to see another of one of the older forum members walking slowly away. Your input to me has provided the success I have had for 10 years of fulltiming, in a truck camper. You and Brian were one of the first to respond to a new guy, getting started. Send me a PM so we can ensure we have the necessary contact information to stay in touch. Safe travels, always, until our paths cross once more. Your fan for life. b
bka0721 01/30/19 11:15pm Truck Campers
RE: California Firearm Compliance

Most LEOs, like myself, will not tell you whether or not your CCW covers you in a specific state. That is your responsibility to look up yourself as a CCW carrier. While the members of this forum are being helpful, stating you learned this on an Internet Forum to a Peace Officer or in a court of law . . . well you can draw your own conclusion. Getting a link and researching it yourself is the proper way for all CCW carriers when traveling through states and countries other than the issuing CCW state/county. b
bka0721 01/16/19 03:52pm General RVing Issues
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