RV.Net Open Roads Forum: Search

RV Blog


RV Sales




RV Parks


RV Club


RV Buyers Guide


Roadside Assistance


Extended Service Plan


RV Travel Assistance


RV Credit Card


RV Loans

Open Roads Forum Already a member? Login here.   If not, Register Today!  |  Help

Newest  |  Active  |  Popular  |  RVing FAQ Forum Rules  |  Forum Help and Support  |  Contact  

Open Roads Forum  >  Search the Forums

 > Your search for posts made by 'bukhrn' found 271 matches.

Sort by:    Search within results:
Page of 14  
  Subject Author Date Posted Forum
RE: Ever tried this?

I think you've been the but of someones joke. Don't believe Everything you're told.
bukhrn 07/22/16 02:34pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Produce inspection California

" most judge the state by how the large cities are. California is a big state and there's more to it than Los Angeles and San Francisco." Same goes for NY also, mention that you are from NY, & the first thing out of their mouths is how is Broadway, I really can't say as I've never been to Broadway & only ever been to NY City twice, & then only to Grand Central Staion.
bukhrn 07/21/16 05:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Am I correct or not?

One "cost" that I keep seeing come up, is food, I don't figure in food, as I'm going to buy food at the S&B or for the RV, & since we eat the same whether at home or out in the RV, that's a wash. The rest, I'm not going to contest, just suffice it to say, it's NOT an investment,except in entertainment & relaxation.
bukhrn 07/21/16 04:48pm Beginning RVing
RE: Produce inspection California

Well, now I don't know if we were lucky, ignorant, or blind,(or a combination of all) cause last year, we came from Oregon to the northern Redwoods down to Lodi, & on to Yosemite, then to Sequoia/Kings Canyon, and on to Az. and never got stopped for inspection or even saw one. :h Hwy 101 and hwy 199 both have them just inside the state line. They may have been closed while you went by.That is not only possible, but probable as we came down 199 from Grants Pass, and out I-40 through Needles, no one came out & chased us down, so they must have been closed. :)
bukhrn 07/21/16 12:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Produce inspection California

Well, now I don't know if we were lucky, ignorant, or blind,(or a combination of all) cause last year, we came from Oregon to the northern Redwoods down to Lodi, & on to Yosemite, then to Sequoia/Kings Canyon, and on to Az. and never got stopped for inspection or even saw one. :h
bukhrn 07/21/16 09:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Is this something RV'ers would use?

anybody know the $$$price? bumpy You can pre-order one for an early 2017 delivery for only $239.. BUT WAIT!!! Order two and get a small discount :B I didn't look to see if there was shipping too as I didn't care that much.I didn't need one before this post, now I don't need one twice as bad, and by all the negative responses, I won't be buying stock in it either. :B
bukhrn 07/21/16 08:43am General RVing Issues
RE: MH or TT

With a TT, or with a TC, you will certainly get more ground clearance, which is the only thing that keeps us from serious boondocking in our class C, just not wanting to leave low hanging parts, (dump tubes, exhaust pipe, generator exhaust, steps, etc all laying on some back dirt road. :(
bukhrn 07/20/16 03:48pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Is this something RV'ers would use?

I don't see an RV'er having a use for it, but it might be useful for tenters, as long as they don't have to backpack it. And even then,it would all depend on price.
bukhrn 07/20/16 03:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sewer smell from roof vent (UPDATE)

I have the Cyclone on both the black & grey tank vents, as at times, the grey can smell nearly as bad as the black.
bukhrn 07/20/16 12:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: USRoute 20 vs I-90 New York.

20 is a decent scenic route, but MANY small towns, stop light/signs, and low speed limits.
bukhrn 07/18/16 01:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Yellowstone First Come Campgrounds

Also, the person already in that site has the first option to renew (before checkout time). I arrived at Two Medicine, at roughly 8:00 & spotted a couple that was packing up, so I "road camped" until they physically pulled out, then pulled in as they were off of the site. Another way is, like the gentleman that got the site from me, the evening before, he checked the "out" date on my pole tag, then asked at what time I planned on leaving in the morning and was sitting waiting just as I did.
bukhrn 07/18/16 01:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Any groups or memberships worth joining or avoiding?

Avoid timeshares such as "Thousand Trails". Curious why you would say that? I wouldn't exactly call them a timeshare. We recently bought a top of the line T/T membership and are quite happy with it. It is good for all T/T CGs across the US. We used to have membership in another CG org. based in Wa. and the T/T is far better. We bought a pre-owned membership for a huge discount over new and it's paid for itself in just 1/2 a season now. Except for the annual dues, it's free camping from now on. Some T/T CGs may have some negatives like outdated electrical, low water pressure and lack of sewer hookups, but if you are aware of that going in, you can get some pretty low cost camping. If looking at a CG network membership, look for a pre-owned one and save thousands of $$. There are many levels of memberships with many different features and benefits. Some versions of memberships are no longer available and can be very desirable. You can buy a membership from anyone in the US. We bought our T/T from some in Arizona. Always get a seller's membership number and phone head office to confirm all of the contract details. With T/T, you could buy a zone pass that is good for one year and try it out. Take a look at RVparkreviews.com to get an idea what users think of specific CGs. Expectations and satisfaction can vary a lot between RV-ers.I am assuming that pianotuna made that statement because the OP has a $300 modified RV, so I also assume that he isnt looking for the most expensive club, but one that actuallt is cheap to get into, plus saves him some money on the sites. Plus, PA has almost 2000 campgrounds, vs the relatively few that TT has.
bukhrn 07/17/16 02:13pm Beginning RVing
RE: best route syracuse to lake placid

From SYR, I-81 to Rt 3 /86 is probably the easiest most direct, it's one of those, "you can't get to there from here" type places. While 8 is a decent road, 365 is no better (if as good) as Rt 3, no matter how you go, you're going to have to go on a twisty- turny road somewhere.
bukhrn 07/17/16 02:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: US 85 to I 94South and North Dakota

Absolutely doable, enjoy the ride.
bukhrn 07/17/16 01:43pm Roads and Routes
RE: I found err proof way to break down camp area to travel

Have seen them before, they've been around for a long time, still don't know what to call them. :?
bukhrn 07/17/16 12:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Any groups or memberships worth joining or avoiding?

Thank you for the quick replies. I am not far from PA. Just over an hour. I can be in Pittsburgh or Erie in a couple hours. I will check out some sites. I don't require much so limitations should not be an issue. BillI think you missed the abbreviation, PA, in this case, stands for Passport America, a club that gets you a 50% discount on campsites.But, as already mentioned, be sure to check for restrictions, http://www.passport-america.com/
bukhrn 07/17/16 12:39pm Beginning RVing
RE: camping in public campground no hookups

I agree with 2gypsies, except that I don't think you'll have to worry about propane conservation, with only the fridge, water heater, and stove running on propane, a 20 lb tank should last at least 5 days.
bukhrn 07/16/16 08:16pm Beginning RVing
RE: Hose reel can't be shipped, really?

I take it that Ca doesn't have a Northern Tool that you can go to? Also, I sure someone there has them locally. Why they can't ship them to Ca, probably has something to do with the ridiculous Ca laws that mooky stinks, sarcastically referred to.
bukhrn 07/15/16 01:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: I-90 alternative thru New York

Us 20 in it's self, is not a bad road, lots of small towns, stop lights, & lower speed limits, depends on the amount of time you have, if on a strict schedule, just suck it up & take the thru way (I-90), I too always griped about the tolls, until I just took a toll road here in Va., I pay $2.33 with my Class C W/Toad on a dolly, for 16 mi. on the NY thruway, Tuesday, I paid $4.00 to go roughly 7 mi. on the Pocahontas Pkwy near Richmond. Only you can determine value, time vs cost.
bukhrn 07/15/16 01:34pm Roads and Routes
RE: West Montana suggestions

We are planning a trip in September to West Montana/Glacier Park area. Looking for suggestions for RV parks, Scenic back roads ( have a street legal side by side atv), etc. Thanks. We have never taken the ATV with us, but, Is yours "Street Legal" everywhere, or just where you live? I know they are in many places, but they're Not here, not sure about Mt.
bukhrn 07/15/16 01:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Sort by:    Search within results:
Page of 14  

New posts No new posts
Closed, new posts Closed, no new posts
Moved, new posts Moved, no new posts

Adjust text size:

© 2016 RV.Net | Terms & Conditions | PRIVACY POLICY | YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS