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RE: Winter Travel Phoenix, Az to Montrose, Co

I have traveled your suggested route. It is remote, but I had no issues.
lbrjet 10/15/22 12:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Look to Denmark for sane policy at this stage in the pandemic. Denmark might not be the best place to use as an example when it comes to COVID policy. On October 31st they had a daily case count of 1,500 new cases. Shortly thereafter they dropped the Vax passport and a host of other restrictions. By January 29th they had a daily case count of over 41,000 new cases. And your point? New York state ADDED many restrictions and still got the same outcome. Oct 31 2,907 cases. Jan 8th 79,777 cases. Almost exactly the same increase.
lbrjet 03/14/22 07:21pm Snowbirds
RE: Bryce Canyon NP to the Northeast

Drive that route and you will agree that it is the most scenic drive you ever had. The Hogback is only a half mile long and was nothing IMO. Boulder mountain pass was around 8600 feet if I remember right. All types of Rv's drive this stretch every day for much of year. It is a pretty good pull to the top of the mountain, but Torrey is around 7000 ft so not as long downhill. If you have time, drive your toad to the Burr Trail road all the way to the end. Spectacular. The drive over is the hillyist (not including the drive up the mountain which is just grade-8% with no tight turns) and curvyist part of 12 so it will give you an idea whether you want to drive the MH.
lbrjet 03/14/22 06:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Yellowstone second thoughts.

You will only be going through the gate once. Don't understand the issue. Yellowstone is a treasure and Fishing Bridge is the best location to explore it from.
lbrjet 03/14/22 06:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

This thread has gone on far too long. I wish Tesla would start production and start delivering a steady flow semis so it could be over and done with.
lbrjet 03/02/22 05:19pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Rivian vs Tundra Tow Test

You make a good point, but the 80% will always take you back to 160 miles.I think you missed my point. After the first stop your MAX range would be 160. Only a fool would push it that far. So 80% is a reasonable cushion to prevent running out. 80% of 160 is 128. The ICE TV being able to get a FULL tank at every stop will leave the EV FAR behind. I did misread what you originally said.
lbrjet 02/09/22 04:29pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Rivian vs Tundra Tow Test

You make a good point, but the 80% will always take you back to 160 miles.
lbrjet 02/08/22 06:51pm Tow Vehicles
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