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RE: Portable grill/stove

I have the Coleman that has both a griddle and a burner. It's slim puts out good heat
narcodog 06/26/20 08:34am Truck Campers
RE: How do you folks plan travel for long distances?

Look at "Boondockerswelcome.com" There is a small membership fee but there are plenty of them. I utilize rest areas all of the time and I have never been rousted from one. I also use Walmart, Cableas, and other locations. Always ask and never turned down. Truck stops I don't use much any longer because they are crowded. In the west there are truck parks, no facilities but it's a place to stay.
narcodog 06/19/20 08:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Putting camper on gravel

For 14 years mine has been on gravel, size 56 whatever that means. Anyway I have just used the yellow jack pads under the jacks and I have not experienced any problems.
narcodog 06/11/20 02:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Cooke City to Livingston, MT

You would have to pay to go through the Park.
narcodog 05/31/20 01:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Protecting your trees

Tell me when was the last time you saw an American Chestnut?
narcodog 05/25/20 04:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: Protecting your trees

Up in the NC Mountains, none of the mills want red or white oak. The big demand is for Poplar, which is used for furniture frames I heat with wood, and my first choice is Locust The second is white oak and the third is red oak, but all three need at least three years to season after they are split. One by one all of our big three foot diameter, 100 foot tall Hemlocks have been dying from the "Wooly Adelgid" so I have been using that mixed with Oak or Locust. The hemlock seasons in a year and burns hot, but quick. Locust used to be the wood of choice for bridges and bridge abutments, but my first bridge that got wiped out in a "thousand year flood" had to replaced with White oak planks since no saw mills cut Locust any more Guy You do know you can treat the hemlocks? Sure if you have a million bucks! The National Forest Service basically gave up Same with the national Park Service Along the Blue Ridge Parkway they are all gone or are standing dead I know all about treating them systemically and it is a losing cause Guy Not entirely true. For the small lot owner there are products you can apply yourself. There are also grants from organizations that will help you out.
narcodog 05/24/20 09:11am Around the Campfire
RE: Protecting your trees

Up in the NC Mountains, none of the mills want red or white oak. The big demand is for Poplar, which is used for furniture frames I heat with wood, and my first choice is Locust The second is white oak and the third is red oak, but all three need at least three years to season after they are split. One by one all of our big three foot diameter, 100 foot tall Hemlocks have been dying from the "Wooly Adelgid" so I have been using that mixed with Oak or Locust. The hemlock seasons in a year and burns hot, but quick. Locust used to be the wood of choice for bridges and bridge abutments, but my first bridge that got wiped out in a "thousand year flood" had to replaced with White oak planks since no saw mills cut Locust any more Guy You do know you can treat the hemlocks?
narcodog 05/23/20 08:41am Around the Campfire
RE: New Shock Time

My Rancho 9000's are 17 years old and have about 150K miles on them. They seem to be just fine.
narcodog 05/22/20 08:12am Truck Campers
RE: Lolo Pass area Campgrounds

I have friends that stayed at a very nice CG on the Montana side. I don't remember the name but they were very satisfied. Just up the road from one of the best steak houses in Montana.
narcodog 05/16/20 08:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: truck swerved with hard braking

Since you have 2016 you should have anti=locking brakes which should have kept you pointed in the forward direction. I would definitely have the system checked out.
narcodog 05/14/20 07:39am Truck Campers
RE: Food: Storage and stovetop oven

I have been using the collapsible storage containers for sometime and they do work fine in a microwave. Try to get the square containers and the round are harder to store. Years ago i used a Coleman stove top oven and I was not impressed with it.
narcodog 04/22/20 08:28am Truck Campers
RE: Wisconsin Campgrounds

I just talked with a friend that has a place in northren Wisconsin he spoke to a USFS LEO who stated that all FS CG's were closing.
narcodog 04/10/20 08:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: A place for Full Timers near you

Join BoonDockers Welcome, they have places across the country.
narcodog 04/07/20 02:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Keys closed

The Keys are closed.
narcodog 03/21/20 07:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: We FINALLY beat the Squirreld

Get a Brome feeder they won't get into it.
narcodog 02/21/20 06:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Best *mid priced* Kinetic Recovery Rope?

Look at OK off road, they have several different straps
narcodog 02/08/20 11:39am Truck Campers
RE: Climbing onto the tail gate.

Take the tail gait off, it's not needed.
narcodog 02/03/20 08:25am Truck Campers
RE: Fresh water on I29 heading south from North Dakota?

Any of the truck stops. You can get water at the two truck stops at Nebraska City.
narcodog 12/06/19 10:09am Roads and Routes
RE: Best route to Helen Ga from Kentucky

Don't use 348, it's steep grade 10 and windy. Take 64 east toward Murphy then south on 19, east on 76 to Hiawassee then south on 75. Still windy but it's a good highway.
narcodog 11/28/19 03:27pm Roads and Routes
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