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RE: Teddy Roosevelt N.P.

We were there for three nites last week and as jk said Jim is super guy. Park is quite and clean.We saw buffalo,wild horses and of course the prairie dogs
hornet28 06/14/19 10:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 5th Wheel upper Shock Mount

I wouldn't worry about it and being you have a welder just weld it up. As long as you're doing the one check the others out and reweld them if you think it's necessary
hornet28 05/20/19 09:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Road trip to Black Hill SD from Toledo Ohio

Consider I 80 to I-380 to U.S. 218 to U.S. 18 to I-35 then to I-90. I just pulled through there a couple of weeks ago and it was a nice road. I did that route because of the possibility of flooding along 29 and in the past there has been a lot of construction on 29 along the river in Sioux City
hornet28 05/19/19 01:37pm Roads and Routes
RE: N. WI to Akron, OH. Chicago?

I’m going from Dover oh (30 min south of Akron) to Kalispell this summer. The plan is us 30 to i75 to I 80 to i355 to I 90. Coming back it’s us2 to i75 to us30 If you want to avoid as much Chicago traffic as possible, Consider I 80 to I-380 to U.S. 218 to U.S. 18 to I-35 then to I-90. it only adds about 20 mi from the route you stated. I just pulled through there a couple of weeks ago and it was a nice road
hornet28 05/17/19 06:16pm Roads and Routes
RE: Price per mile

$300 for 90 miles!!:E
hornet28 05/17/19 05:48pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: U.S. 12 Kooskia to Lolo

Thanks everyone for confirming what I'd hoped for. I got back 3 weeks ago from a trip with my 38' bumper pull car hauler and went Boise to Lowman, Stanley, Challis, Salmon and Missoula. Sounds like U.S. 12 is similar
hornet28 05/17/19 11:56am Roads and Routes
U.S. 12 Kooskia to Lolo

Has anyone here traveled this highway. Would be pulling 30' 5th wheel w/Duramax dually Not afraid of running mountain roads just wondering what the route is like. Looks like it should be a beautiful ride along the river. We'll be traveling from Pendleton to Missoula and would rather not go all the way up to Coeur d'Alene and I-90
hornet28 05/17/19 10:40am Roads and Routes
RE: This is just what we need

I think it's mainly people who live or grew up in the city and are not comfortable in the dark. I see the same thing with people who have their porch light on from dusk to dawn
hornet28 05/17/19 08:09am General RVing Issues
RE: single or dually

Sure seems to be a lot of dually haters here. I bought mine 10/13 and have put just over 100K on it so far. If in a parking lot either park out a ways or back in. Mine is a CC LB and I can parallel park it on city streets. But I'm from the old school where you had to be able to parallel park during you drivers license test in order to pass. It's a reflection on todays Society! Been Fulltiming since 11/11 with a Dually truck accumulating about 135k between the two. No biggie!!!Just because I prefer a srw does not make me a drw hater. I put 230K miles on my dually and about the same on my srw's. Personal preference in no way makes someone a hater. Some of you guys claim hater if someones opinion differs from yours. That says a lot about folks. Nothing wrong with differing opinions but some sure come out strong against duallies hence the hater tag. As for myself I only bought my first dually in 09 and I've had trucks since 65
hornet28 05/14/19 06:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: single or dually

Sure seems to be a lot of dually haters here. I bought mine 10/13 and have put just over 100K on it so far. If in a parking lot either park out a ways or back in. Mine is a CC LB and I can parallel park it on city streets. But I'm from the old school where you had to be able to parallel park during you drivers license test in order to pass.
hornet28 05/13/19 09:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: single or dually

What are your reasons for figuring a SW is better in every way?
hornet28 05/11/19 10:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Is 70 the age to stop towing

^^^^Just like George Jones
hornet28 05/11/19 11:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Bed struts

Like anything else nothing lasts forever. I also think the mattress was replaced with a bigger/heavier one
hornet28 05/11/19 07:05am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best place to cross border from ON, CN to MI,US?

Moderator can you delete the extra posts of mine? I was having a SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE coming up and didn't realize it was still posting
hornet28 05/10/19 05:57pm Roads and Routes
RE: Polson to Coeur D’alene

I haven't been through there but it looks like some pretty country and winds along the river. You might think about calling this place they are on 135 just north of St. Regis and see if semis and logging trucks use 135 from St Regis to 200. If they can you can Big Sky Forest Products (406) 649-2545
hornet28 05/10/19 05:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Best place to cross border from ON, CN to MI,US?

I always cross at Port Huron/Sarnia. I understand that Detroit can be a hassle but I thought it would be shorter. However checking Google maps shows the distance from Niagara Falls to Phoenix using either port of entry is just about the same mileage wise. Personally I would stay away from Detroit
hornet28 05/10/19 05:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: Best place to cross border from ON, CN to MI,US?

I always cross at Port Huron/Sarnia. I understand that Detroit can be a hassle but I thought it would be shorter. However checking Google maps shows the distance from Niagara Falls to Phoenix using either port of entry is just about the same mileage wise. Personally I would stay away from Detroit
hornet28 05/10/19 05:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Best place to cross border from ON, CN to MI,US?

I always cross at Port Huron/Sarnia. I understand that Detroit can be a hassle but I thought it would be shorter. However checking Google maps shows the distance from Niagara Falls to Phoenix using either port of entry is just about the same mileage wise. Personally I would stay away from Detroit
hornet28 05/10/19 05:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Best place to cross border from ON, CN to MI,US?

I always cross at Port Huron/Sarnia. I understand that Detroit can be a hassle but I thought it would be shorter. However checking Google maps shows the distance from Niagara Falls to Phoenix using either port of entry is just about the same mileage wise. Personally I would stay away from Detroit
hornet28 05/10/19 05:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hocking Hills SP

Hocking Hills State Park is very nice. Hopefully you'll be able to enjoy a hike down into the falls area. While we didn't stay in the campground, we didn't have our 5er at the time, we did drive through the campground, be prepared for some sloping sites as I don't recall a lot of level ones. It did look like a nice campground though. Lot of beautiful country in the area
hornet28 05/10/19 05:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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