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RE: Savannah & Charleston

I agree that James Island County Park just southwest of Charleston is a great place to stay. Me too. Also, several miles of nice walking paths, a dog park and a water park during the summer. My dog was fascinated by the doggie drinking fountain.
ljr 03/26/15 12:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Savannah & Charleston

Skidaway Island State Park is a pleasant place to camp and not far from Savannah. X2 Quick easy drive into Savannah. I like to go in early. I've always been able to find onstreet parking near Gallery Espresso at Bull & Perry. After a muffin and some kind of excellent, but weird, coffee I never heard of I take a walking tour of all the little side streets and shops.
ljr 03/26/15 12:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: N MI to Navarre FL

There is a very nice campground near Atmore AL, just off I-65. Check out Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve. It is owned and run by the Poarch Band of the Creek Indian Nation. lizzie Took your advice. I was at a nearby state park I wasn't too thrilled with for a couple months so I left early and came to MBWR. $400/month with FHU on a wooded, lakefront site that is beyond huge. These Indians are very friendly and great hosts. I move around quite a bit but I think this is going to be a regular snowbirding stop for me in the future. The only question I have is, why is this place not full?
ljr 03/02/15 07:36am Roads and Routes
RE: Myrtle Beach, SC, where do you recommend?

We would be more likely to drive a few miles further (say 8 mile south of Ocean Lakes) to stay at Huntington Beach State Park in Murrels Inlet. Tom X2
ljr 02/02/15 09:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Warranty Work at Dealer

I bought my first TT from a small dealer and dealt directly with the owner. Warranty issues were few, minor and quickly handled. Bought my second from the same, now much larger, dealer. Issues were again few and minor. When I called about getting them fixed I talked to a service manager who said he'd call me back. That was 9 years ago. I bought my third factory direct.
ljr 08/09/14 05:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Ford integrated brake controller question

I had the same problem with the integrated controller in my 2006 F-250. I ended up having it removed and installing an aftermarket controller after I burned up a set of brakes on the truck. If you do that you'll need to have a dealer do a computer "flash" to tell it the Ford controller is gone. The integrated controller in my '13 F-450 works great.
ljr 08/09/14 12:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Future trip to LA.

When I travel I-10 I almost always stop at Buccaneer State Park in Waveland, MS. It was totally flattened by hurricanes awhile ago so everything is new and first rate. Many FHU sites, beach within walking distance, nearby casino (with great buffet) and more. There are RR tracks nearby. The trains never bothered me but I know they do some. Lots of great state parks in La.
ljr 08/09/14 12:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I70 west out of Denver

I came eastbound from Utah to Denver last Fall with a 7.5T FW. Beautiful drive. More ups and downs than I-80 but entirely doable.
ljr 08/03/14 12:06pm Roads and Routes
RE: big foot levelers

I wonder how long they can be without power before they "forget" their level setting and have to be reprogrammed? I just called Quadra yesterday. The number is 269-483-9633. They solved my problem in seconds.
ljr 08/02/14 10:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold door problem

Norcold has a reenforcing kit to avoid the problem next time.
ljr 08/01/14 12:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Dish Network satellite dish choice

Am I making the right decision for going with the 1000.2 with the extra eastern arc LNB? Its doesn't sound like you have much choice if they stopped selling the 1000.4 WA LNB assembly. I have a 1000.2 WA I keep as a backup and a 1000.4 WA & EA that I use primarily. The 1000.4 is easier to aim precisely and its larger dish seems to get a better signal. The 1000.2 isn't my first choice but it does the job.
ljr 07/22/14 08:31am Technology Corner
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