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RE: Quartzsite show

I will be there, this will be my third time. I am looking forward to spending time with friends, the people watching, a few good deals, buying somethings that I really don't need, some really great food and doing a little desert exploring. I will be in my Alante 26X with an Electric Bike on the back, wave if you see me. :) JH
micpib1 01/10/20 11:05pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: Carport

I had a dealer to erect mine, I had my Contractor to pour a 5" Slab with #3 Rebar 16" OC and it still looks great. I had him to dig 8X16" footings just in case at some point in the future I wanted to have Wood or Masonary Walls. Mine is 40' deep and 14' wide, I wished I had listened to my wife when she suggested a 16' wide to allow my slides to fully extend and make walking around/maintance, etc easier, but... I had the ribs in the metal roof turned to allow the snow to slide off and I also did three walls for protection. Instead of a Rolling or Overhead type of Door, I opted to put a Fabric Solar Screen for my large Door. Overall I have been pleased. JH
micpib1 10/22/19 11:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Favorite places to eat in Monterey Area

Bubba Gump, on Cannery Row and on the water has been one of our favorites. You can park in one of the Parking Structures and take the free trolly, they stop very near the front door. There are lots of shops in that vincitiy for shopping or people watching. We try to make Monterey one of our stops every year if possible. JH
micpib1 10/01/19 11:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2017 Ram 68RFE Question

I believe that is the same Transmission that I have in my 2013 Ram with the Cummins. I have 145K and it has been trouble free. JH
micpib1 09/16/19 10:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Short Class A suitable for boon docking

I currently have a 2018 Jayco Alante 26X. We have been buying a new Motorhome every couple of years, as our needs seem to change. This Class A provided me an "office space" in the front (I still work a little on the road), a Living Room with a TV for some indoor family time, a queen bed in the rear, a Bathroom that I actually fit into and a front Bunk for my Granddaughter that lives with us full time. I downsized from a Fleetwood Diesel Pusher that had very poor ground clearance. The Alante, even with 19" wheels (verses the 22.5 on the Fleetwood has provided ample ground clearance for our Boondocking excursions. The big ol Diesel Pusher had a much better ride than the Alante, but we prefer to "Camp" vs staying at a RV Resort, just personal preference I guess. The Alante also provided an outside TV under a large power awning for those times when I need my own space. There was a noticable decrease in our outside storage, but when we started transfering our "stuff" over to the smaller rig, we decided to only transfer the stuff that we have actually used within the last year, not the stuff that we brought along just in case... we had plenty of room for our actual needs. So far, Jayco has been pretty good about taking care of any issues that have come up. Fleetwood also stepped up for our issues, I wish I could say the same for Forest River on our Class C Forester. Anyway, find what works for your needs and enjoy it, knowing that others needs will be different. Anyway, just my two cents worth. JH
micpib1 08/21/19 11:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Short Class A with no toad?

We replaced our Diesel Pusher Motorhome with a new 26' Class A as we like to "camp" more than hang out at a RV Resort, just our personal preference. We tow our Jeep Wrangler most of the time as many of the places that I like to explore the Jeep is more appropriate than the Motorhome. Many times we take our Bicycles, even with the Jeep just for a little exercise. I would hate to think of the things that I would have missed without my TOAD, again just my opinion. JH
micpib1 07/31/19 10:39pm Class A Motorhomes
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