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RE: Free Natioan Park enterence

Thanks NRALIFER I wasn't aware. I know when I applied for Lowed discount they had an independent firm that checked validation. Now i just have to give them a phone number and show drivers license.
caver 10/30/20 10:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Free Natioan Park enterence

Many veterans will not have any of the four acceptable ID's including myself. A state park in MO did something just like this and I said what about me? That park did write back and say a DD214 would also suffice.
caver 10/30/20 07:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV GPS

I use a Garmin Montana 600. I also can move it over to my dual sport when I go exploring. It's loaded with City Navigator and Topo. I use a RAM mount system.
caver 10/30/20 07:41pm Roads and Routes
RE: On the road breakdown stories..

Mine seem to involve leaf springs. I had a Chalet A-frame and was killing a few days until the Chalet Rally near Bryce Canyon. I drove the 55 miles of bad washboard to the north rim of the Grand Canyon to a place called Toroweap or Tuweep. I was a couple miles away when I saw a bad dip that was partially filled in with talc dust. I heard a load clunk when my camper hit it and noticed it sitting funny. It only had minor damage to the wheel well but the leaf spring was snapped. The remote ranger residence was maybe two miles away and he was there. I used a block of wood to tow it to the house in case I could fix it. The ranger got on the sat phone and called Tony's in Fredonia AZ. He warned me the haul out was expensive but I didn't want to spend my vacation dealing with a broke camper in the middle of nowhere. So two hours later the flatbed shows up. They overnight a spring in the next day and only had to spend one night in a motel. A few years later and bigger camper with two axles...I pulled off for the night at Meteor Crater RV park only to notice BOTH rear leaf springs snapped in the same spot. UGG not this again. I had them replaced in Flagstaff as once again limited on time and I didn't have any air tools to deal with the rusty fasteners.
caver 10/16/20 01:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Did you notice..........

On my road trip back in August it did seem that things were way busier than normal. I stopped at a place in WY that was more of an overnight spot. It filled by dark. I talked to the camp host the next day and she said they hosted there the previous 1-2 years. She said then they might get one or two people stopping for the night. This yer she said it has been full every night.
caver 10/02/20 01:29pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Stud Finders

Project Farm just evaluated a bunch of stud finders.
caver 10/02/20 01:24pm General RVing Issues
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