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RE: Help buying a small travel trailer

I have had several entry level travel trailers and the Jaycos have been the best. I currently have a 212QB and a 174bh, The 174bh would probably work for you.
TomG2 09/08/21 08:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rio Grande Valley

More people wearing masks at Alamo Walmart than one might expect, However, any national map showing infections highlights the RGV. I would hope that a combination of hygiene and vaccinations will prevail
TomG2 08/18/21 05:46pm Snowbirds
RE: Any RV parks left in RGV?

...snip... Update: However, the "rv resorts/parks" are mostly old, tired and 90% mobile homes. Some were neat and clean, others just scary. All friendly. Have found a couple that would do for a short time, but most are slide to slide. Rates good, but again, tired. ...snip...?. BINGO! The RGV is cheap, windy, dirty, tired, but cheap. As far as Rockport or anything north of there, one is giving up 5-10 winter degrees by going 200 miles north. Makes a huge difference in January/February.
TomG2 04/24/21 11:08am Snowbirds
RE: Trailering

One of my fellow employees likes to travel with 55 gallon of "Company" gasoline when he leaves town. More "convenient" for some of us to fill up with deductible fuel when RVing. Ed could get to Florida on "free" gasoline when not towing.
TomG2 04/23/21 05:15am Travel Trailers
RE: 5050 miles in 9 Travel Days

Use to visit my sister in Miami on long weekends. One way from Central Illinois was over 1,200 miles. 24 hours straight, each way. Got 30 mpg in my VW when gasoline was $0.30/gallon or less than $15 one way. That tells you how old I am. Limit myself to 700 miles/day now.
TomG2 04/23/21 05:03am General RVing Issues
RE: 5050 miles in 9 Travel Days

Listen to the children. As I was ripping along at 80 mph, I made the comment, "We are making good time". My son brilliantly asked, "Dad, is the emphasis on "Good" or "Time"?" I slowed down. My favorite travel gal once took a week to go 500 miles.
TomG2 04/21/21 07:54am General RVing Issues
RE: 18" Equal-i-zer Shank - Hitching with Tailgate Down?

Does the proposed extended shank have sufficient rating for the weight of your TT? Reese says to derate the hitch 50% when using an extension and I agree with them. Some don't.
TomG2 04/17/21 07:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Any RV parks left in RGV?

Park models/mobile homes usually pay rent for the whole year, while RV's may only be there a few months. Which would you rather have for an income? That's why many parks are being populated with permanent models.
TomG2 04/13/21 06:05pm Snowbirds
RE: Android Tablet eReader

Depends on what books you want to read Kindle app.. it's free Then in the Kindle book store search on "FREE" Thanks. I wondered if the device was capable and will try it out before spending any money.
TomG2 04/05/21 04:49am Technology Corner
RE: Android Tablet eReader

Thanks to all. I will check out Kindle, Nook, and the library.
TomG2 04/04/21 04:57pm Technology Corner
RE: Android Tablet eReader

...snip.... I am feeling lazy or I would search this forum and also Google for those free sources. Good luck. "Your search for 'ereader' found 1 matches". Must be under another topic? I am not too lazy, maybe a little.
TomG2 04/04/21 04:51pm Technology Corner
Android Tablet eReader

I have a hundred dollar 8" Android tablet and would like to explore reading electronic books on the cheap. What is a good app and book source
TomG2 04/04/21 06:41am Technology Corner
RE: Hitch height

Please eliminate some of guessing game. What were your scale weights and what is the tow vehicle and its ratings. Ford, GM, and I assume Ram, all have different "requirements" when it comes to weight distributing hitches.
TomG2 03/31/21 08:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Forest River Foam Core floor soft spots

I am surprised that Forest River lets their dealers participate in RV shows. Their products are half worn out by the time the show is over.
TomG2 03/27/21 09:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Forest River Foam Core floor soft spots

Do a little research. From Jayco, "On top of the floor, we install tongue and groove plywood," It may only be 5/8", but they swear it is plywood. That's why my last three trailers have all been Jayco's.
TomG2 03/26/21 07:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Forest River Foam Core floor soft spots

At the first sign of failure in my Rockwood trailer, I placed a 1/2" piece of plywood over the foam floor in high traffic areas. Removed it and dumped the trailer as soon as possible.
TomG2 03/26/21 07:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Park Recommendations in the Rio Grande Valley

Have a question about your park does it seem well managed? It is really not "My" park, I have stayed at others. Not particularly bad or good. Much cheaper than the big fancy parks, if that matters. I admit that I am not familiar with the woodworking shop except to know there is one and where it is located. I can find occasional errors in the newsletters, but that is not very important to me. Good location in the middle of a dozen weekly dances. (When there is no pandemic).
TomG2 02/13/21 10:46pm Snowbirds
RE: Park Recommendations in the Rio Grande Valley

Doe's anyone know of a RV park in the Rio Grande Valley that has both an indoor pool and a woodworking shop? Alamo Rec-Veh in Alamo, Texas has both along with three RC race car tracks, a lake, and reasonable rent.
TomG2 02/13/21 06:51pm Snowbirds
RE: Having Fun in the Sun!

There must be a lot of people who have been waiting for a South Texas cool down. Got a call from a friend in Missouri who was happy that we might get some frost this weekend. (It was 12 F there). Texas is a great bargain for the temperature per dollar spent. Been above normal most of the Winter with many Air conditioner afternoons.
TomG2 02/12/21 06:28pm Snowbirds
RE: Puma trailers. Any good?

I had a 25 foot Puma travel trailer and I would give it a 4 out of 10 in a field of 5's. Typical entry level unit, maybe a little below average.
TomG2 02/09/21 09:19am Travel Trailers
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