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RE: Dry camping in SW Utah

Yes, that’s why I was asking for a place accessible to a full size class A. Don’t need to be getting stuck! We've spent months in southern Utah boondocking on public lands. Places aren't hard to find. Get a map and go! The Benchmark Utah atlas book is great for roads on public lands. We've gone in up to 20 miles on good gravel roads with our 40' motorhome. If in question, we took the Jeep to scout the road first. You won't find much if you only want to drive 1/4 mile. https://www.benchmarkmaps.com/product/utah-road-recreation-atlas Here's a good post for the Moab area: https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/29448394.cfm and another... https://www.discovermoab.com/blm-campgrounds/
2g's 06/07/22 01:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Alaska Bound

As I recall, we checked in from Edmonton, Watson Lake, and Whitehorse. In between, if the choice was taking a hike or chasing down internet, chasing down the internet lost that particular debate. We gave a rough itinerary to the kids. We spent approx. one month in Canada & the Yukon before entering Alaska. That was one awesome month without the phone!
2g's 06/07/22 12:58pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Alaska Bound

OP: It would be great if you posted every so often along with any others making the trip. It would be good to hear of your travels... good and bad. There used to be a yearly post in this section by those traveling to Alaska. I found it to be very interesting to follow along. Many contributed to it and it helped others while traveling. Have a good trip!
2g's 05/23/22 04:27pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Winter 2023

I'm not sure why you'd be concerned about the popular areas of RVing in south Texas. Have you heard of a lot of crime caused by the border crossers? I haven't. It's not their intent to hang around once crossing and in the majority of cases they can't hang around. They are processed by the Border Patrol and sent elsewhere. There is more crime in any city in the U.S. We love the Hill Country and Rockport areas but it can get cool/cold at times. The McAllen area is a LOT warmer.
2g's 05/23/22 04:23pm Full-time RVing
RE: Bryce, Zion, Canyonlands, Moab end of April

The biggest concerns with a woman and boondocking? #1. Having power for a hairdryer and microwave. #2. Water. I am more concerned about water than having 120V power. Certainly not ALL women!!!! Many absolutely love boondocking.
2g's 03/30/22 04:02pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Utah State Hwy 9

For you to drive the tunnel on your own the height restriction is 11'4". From 11'5" - 13'1" you can still use it but need to purchase a permit. Then they'll close one lane and let you drive down the middle. So basically.... 13'1" is the limit. https://www.nps.gov/zion/planyourvisit/the-zion-mount-carmel-tunnel.htm Anytime you use a national park it's very helpful to go directly to their nps.gov website for lots of good information on roads, special alerts, closings, things to do, campgrounds, etc.
2g's 03/30/22 03:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: Bryce Canyon NP to the Northeast

The 'Hogback' isn't a big deal. It's very short - less than a mile, I would guess and the pavement doesn't end at a dropoff. There's good space. Everyone will be going slow. It's over before you know it. It's one of the most scenic drives we've taken. The Million Dollar Hwy in Colorado (550) is our best drive! We've done both many times with our 40' motorhome. October is a perfect time to drive that area. We love it!
2g's 03/25/22 03:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Arizona: Hwy 89 from Congress to Prescott

Yes, it twist and turns up the mountain. But, what are the alternatives? The alternative is to drive Skull Valley (Iron Springs Rd. Hwy 10) between Congress and Prescott at Kirkland Junction. It's a nice scenic drive and a lot easier than 89.
2g's 03/25/22 02:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: Yellowstone with pets

Above all, read the official national park rules. This is also the best site for information of all kinds... things to do, road information, etc. https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/pets.htm
2g's 03/25/22 02:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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