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RE: proper hook up procedure?

CHOCKS! Front of wheels and back of wheels.
sunbug 08/14/19 07:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fifth wheel Travel on I-90 from Montana to seattle

Pulling a 40 ft. fifth wheel on hwy 12 is doable, however as I recall there is a sigh telling of 70+ miles of curves. Depends on how you like twisty roads. Interstate 90 is a very nice trip and many picturesque towns such as Kellog Idaho and Coeur d Alene Id. By the end of Sept. some Federal Campgrounds close. Do your research. We have traveled Hwy 200 also and it is a very nice trip.
sunbug 08/14/19 07:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Approaching Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Parks

US Hwy 95 is a good route and goes thru Pahrump Nv. Access from Pahrump is easy and there are a couple routes that go to Death Valley. You can also access DV from Armargosa Valley. The Route 247 (I think) by Death Valley Scottys Castle is closed because of flood damage. Joshua Tree NP is wonderful and perhaps will be reopened by the time you get there. Places to stay in 29 Palms. Good Luck
sunbug 01/05/19 11:37am Roads and Routes
RE: Shoshone RV, Death Valley?

Check the route that goes past Scotty`s Castle. It has been closed as has the State Park at the castle because of flood damage. We were just in Shoshone last week and the RV park looked good. Hwy95 is a good route to take. We take it from Idaho each year to go to Pahrump Nv.
sunbug 01/05/19 11:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need recommendations for Arizona, New Mexico trip

Sounds like a great trip. Weather in AZ. is great in April. We have had no trouble traveling from Az. to Idaho in April. If you plan to stay near Boise, be sure to check availability and probably reserve. Just my opinion, but only a month will just let you see a small part of what is out there. Sometimes the trip is better than the destination, slow up and enjoy.
sunbug 12/07/18 11:00am Roads and Routes
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