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RE: Campgrounds on US16 in Big Horn Mtns.

I've gotten reservations at Sitting Bull. Thanks for the help.
ekirkland 03/13/20 10:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Campgrounds on US16 in Big Horn Mtns.

We're looking to spend a couple of nights in the Big Horn Mtns. of Wyoming on US16 coming back from Yellowstone in July. Some campgrounds that I've found are Boulder Park, Lakeview, and Sitting Bull. Has anyone camped at any of these and can tell me which is nicer? Any others on this road? We're in a 30' TT.
ekirkland 03/04/20 09:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Portable suitcase solar panels

Yes, meant to write WATT instead of amp.
ekirkland 03/01/20 10:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Portable suitcase solar panels

Thanks guys! I'm also debating between 100 amp and 200 amp. Mainly used for LCD lights, ceiling fan, furnace, water pump; we dry camp up to 5-6 days at a time before moving on.
ekirkland 02/29/20 09:31am Tech Issues
Portable suitcase solar panels

I looking at getting a 100 to 130 W suitcase solar panel top off dual 12v batteries while dry camping and have some questions: 1. do you connect to the 7-pin trailer cable or attach wires directly to battery with SAE or other terminals? 2. if attaching directly to the battery, do you just connect to one battery or both? 3. get one with a 10 Amp voltage controller or go with 20 Amp? 4. looking at Renogy, what is the difference between the regular Monocrystalline or Eclipse? Thanks!
ekirkland 02/28/20 07:52pm Tech Issues
RE: Northern Utah and Idaho in 2020

So we are still planning on this trip with some modifications. We will skip northern Utah and add Grand Teton / Yellowstone to the beginning of the trip, then Idaho, then finish with Glacier NP. So GT and Yellowstone will be mid-late June and Glacier will be mid-late July. We'll probably camp at Gros Ventre CG in Grand Teton and looking for suggestions for Yellowstone and Glacier. Dry camping is ok; would like to stay in parks, but private CGs are ok. I'd like to get reservations in order to avoid hassle of waiting in line or arriving in the early morning. If I can be assured of getting a spot by noon or so, then first come will be fine. Thanks for your help.
ekirkland 01/13/20 02:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Northern Utah and Idaho in 2020

"Then west across the Banks-Lowman road" How is this road for towing a 30' trailer? Any good campgrounds?
ekirkland 12/14/19 09:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Northern Utah and Idaho in 2020

My wife and I are planning a trip to northern Utah and Idaho in June/July 2020. We are towing a 30' travel trailer. I'd like to get recommendations for sites to see and things to do plus scenic drives and scenic campgrounds. I'm mainly interested in Forest Service or State Parks with at least electric hookups; any private parks that are not so crowded are OK too. I plan to do some fly fishing and short hikes (wife has bad knees). I'd like to see Hell's Canyon; any great viewpoints? How is the area around Copperfield? We are planning about 30-40 days for the whole trip. Thanks for any help!!
ekirkland 12/14/19 02:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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