First, I would take DW, son & daughter & all go claim it together, and While that Newell, that 8.1Van linked to is nice looking, we wouldn't have much use for one that big, with the way we RV, I would have Newell build me a custom made 34-36' with double full wall slides.
First I'd buy a new Stetson hat.
Second, I'd buy a new fishing rod.
Third, I'd see if I could find a good buddy to bait my hook for me.
Might consider a new trolling motor and a good used GMC pickup.I'd bait your hook for you, IF the job included free beer. :B
"Stupid is as Stupid Does" ~Forest Gump
I skip past the RV Parks that fail to show the rates on their website. By showing the rates it saves them from having to answer extra phone calls. I feel I should be able to not only see the rates but also make a reservation on the website.
I pull into a CG in a 29' Class C, with toad & dolly, unload the toad,unhook the dolly & put it all the way at the back of the site, then back the RV in so that the rear bumper is hanging over the tongue of the dolly, & the ramp part of the dolly hangs over the back of the site, this usually leaves enough room to back the car in, in front of the RV, or crossways in front of the RV, depends on site length.
Many CG's have overflow parking for dollys, boats & trailers.
"Why not prohibit vehicle combinations that cannot articulate to stay mostly on their own side of this road from using it?"
Going to be really hard to put that on a sign.
Fill in the blank in feet.
Say prohibited instead of not advised
State the fine
Ticket the offenders and ring up the cash registers...There is one of those at the end of Ca 245, near Sequoia NP, the blank is filled in with 30'.
"Are you planning on taking the 5th wheel into Boston?" Not intentionally! I'd want to camp an hour or two outside and drive in for a day and or game and drive back out.
Agree I don't have to go there to see colors, but I've never been there and it seems like a good time to go. Is there a better time to go?Being AF, (or Retired AF)You can stay at the Hanscom AFB FamCamp, then take the bus to the subway station & into Boston, which is what we did, besides the game, maybe another day to do the Freedom Trail.
I see a lot of posts recommending not to drive the RV into Boston, personally I wouldn't drive my toad down there.
A lot of color up there Mid September to early October, we loved Acadia NP in Me., White Mountain area of NH.
Note that many CG's up that way close right after Columbus Day.
I agree with tonyandkaren, It seems a lot of folks go to the public CG's, NP, NF, COE and such, to get away for other people,go hiking, fishing, kiaking, or just sitting outside alone.
We are not anti social, but we don't go camping/RV'ing in search of others to converse with, if someone stops by and starts a conversation, we will certainly chat with them, but we don't go search for them.
In all the years that we have been RV'ing (reg. since '07), I have never seen a hook like that at our campsite. We have stayed at ALL types of parks (KOA's, private parks, regular RV parks, Etc.) but not public parks as we are generally to large.
And, a lantern seems like the most obvious use for it.
MM.I've seen others on here seem bewildered by what they are, only conclusion I can draw is they never stay in public CG's, as every State Park, National Park, National Forest, COE CG that we've ever stayed in, has had one of these. :h
Some campers appreciate lantern hangers--they are convenient and protect trees from damage. The recommended distance from the ground to the lantern hanger is about 80 inches (2,032 millimeters). Because an 80-inch hanger, such as the one shown in figure 9-23, is not accessible, a second hook can be mounted where people in wheelchairs can use it.
Figure 9-23--For lantern hangers to be accessible, they should
not be more than 48 inches from the ground. This style of lantern
hanger could be adapted by adding a second, lower hook.
I was going to guess it was a hook to hang a outdoor speaker from when having a large party at your campsite:h:E I'd rather have the Wind Chime. :E