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RE: Highway 4: Watson Lake to Carmacks

We did that route in summer of 2018 in our TC no problem doing this gravel road with any size vehicle. Plenty of boondocking places along the way.
c.traveler2 12/08/22 02:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Alaskan Camping guide

Have you guys ever heard of iOverland ioverland If not give it a look.
c.traveler2 11/13/22 06:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
Truck Camper Adventure Rally

This a FYI the rally is sold out that means 400 rigs will be there. Hope to see a few of my fellow TCer's from this forum there. Truck Camper Adventure Rally
c.traveler2 11/13/22 10:52am Truck Campers
RE: Alaska - 2023

My Julie and I made the Alaskan journey twice, once in 2015 & 2018. Keep your itinerary flexible and as one of the poster said do Canada and Alaska first. In getting reservations for Denali good luck you'll most likely have to boondock which we did a lot of and there's lots of boondocking in Alaska and Canada. I would suggest adding Tuktoyaktuk to your to see list unbelievable sights, in Canada. In Alaska add the Dalton (aka Haul road) to your list. The days are long so you may find yourself driving longer than intended, Fairbank day was over 21 hours long when we arrived. If you don't have them get black out covers for your windows. Now for the Alaskan stat pest the mosquito bring mosquito netting it was the only that kept them off me. You can't over stay unless you have trouble with cold weather. Before I forget download iOverlander app. a good source of wild camping and just for the night places.
c.traveler2 09/21/22 07:31pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: 2023 TCA Rally

I'll be greeting people as they come in as I did last year, looking towards seeing everyone!
c.traveler2 09/21/22 06:45pm Truck Campers
RE: Flatbed Camper

At last years Truck Camper Adventure Rally Rugged Mountain brought one to the rally and it's a monster with a huge amount of space that is well thought out. With all the slides in you can still get to the bathroom and kitchen area.
c.traveler2 09/21/22 06:40pm Truck Campers
RE: Is changing to a quieter AC worth it?

It appears that the Aventa requires 230 volt 50 cycle. It maybe for European RVs. The RecPro model i looked at is 120 volts but draws 14 amps. And the RecPro specs state the db at 59 - about the same as a Honda 2000 generator. The "standard" truck camper AC such as the one on my Arctic Fox draws 8 amps. You'd pretty much need a 50 amp hookup if you're running a larger RV. Truma Aventa does use 115v....Truma
c.traveler2 09/21/22 06:29pm Truck Campers
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