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RE: Colorado and Wyoming need rec places to stay

You can use public land. You do not need a park or official campground except around Denver. Judging by the list of cities, all along I25, I doubt there is much public land available. Maybe a city or county park besides what has been suggested. All of these towns are pretty small. Sometimes there are city and county parks. There is also public land right outside of town. RV parks can be convenient for visiting cities, but I avoid them when ever possible.
ppine 07/08/20 09:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How many miles a day can we go?

Smart move.
ppine 07/07/20 09:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Cooper Tires

I have em on the my one ton Ford. They are even better than Toyos and made in the USA>
ppine 07/07/20 08:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Colorado and Wyoming need rec places to stay

You can use public land. You do not need a park or official campground except around Denver.
ppine 07/07/20 08:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best tow vehicle for our rig

One ton diesel. Simple.
ppine 07/05/20 04:10pm Towing
RE: Yellowstone in October

Yellowstone in October can be like a dream. It can also be a winter trip. You have to get some luck with the weather.
ppine 07/05/20 09:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Large camper with single AC

Cook outside. Gain some elevation. Park in the shade. Get some better window coverings.
ppine 07/05/20 09:10am Tech Issues
RE: Florida to Wyoming travel concerns

RV parks nearly always have the highest density of people. I would emphasize USFS campgrounds and boondocking if I were you .
ppine 07/05/20 09:07am Roads and Routes
RE: Switching from 12 volt to 6 volt batteries

run your refrigerator on propane. You need solar or a gen to bring your batteries up every day or you will ruin them. They are not designed to go under 30-50 % charge very many times. they are definitely not designed to go all the way down every trip.
ppine 07/04/20 09:19pm Travel Trailers
RE: Catching Cleaning Cooking Trout, A Refresher Course!

I like to smoke em best. Brine in sugar and salt overnight with some garlic and a little teryiaki sauce. Red alder is the best wood.
ppine 07/04/20 09:16pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 4th of July - what are you having?

salmon roast stuffed with feta and spinach potato salad tomatoes and avacados corn on the cob hard cider
ppine 07/04/20 09:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Camping from Las Vegas to Reno

I have pulled off around Goldfield a few times.
ppine 07/04/20 09:12pm Beginning RVing
RE: Concrete driveway thickness??

glad to hear from concrete contractors. Thanks for the update. So how thick does he need for a MH?
ppine 07/04/20 09:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: hauling trailer to Alaska

Adjust your thinking. The North is the Great Wide Open. Talk of Wal-Mart parking lots and state parks is absurd. There are 100,000 places to camp for free. You can be next a river almost anytime you want. I like early Sept for traveling in the Interior. The tourists are gone, it is fall. Everyone is getting their wood cut and trying to kill a moose to get through the winter. The Northern Lights are out most nights.
ppine 07/04/20 09:03pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Has anyone added an extra water tank to RV roof

Too heavy and too high.
ppine 07/04/20 08:20am Class C Motorhomes
RE: What will Canadians fo this fall/winter

The United States is a dangerous place to travel to. Many countries will not allow Americans to visit.
ppine 07/04/20 08:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Concrete driveway thickness??

Concrete highways are normally 4 inches thick to stand up to truck traffic. Call some contractors and ask them. You might be right on the margin of safety.
ppine 07/04/20 08:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yellowstone in October

The Plateau is high in elevation. The snow can get serious after Labor Day. October is late for Yellowstone. There should be some spaces available but you have to think of it as a winter type trip. When National Parks get quiet in the late fall, they stop taking reservations for most campsites that are still open because the demand falls off rapidly. I like the off-season best. Off season in Yellowstone can have a lot of snow by October. It can be really cold by then, it is the luck of the draw. Cold as in zero of even lower.
ppine 07/03/20 08:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help with Long Term planning for Alaska

A TC goes everywhere. You have fewer tires to worry about. I rented one on a Dodge in Anchorage and it was great. A smaller lighter trailer would be okay for all of that driving, something 20 feet and under I would go with a 3/4 ton or a one ton truck. Best to forget about the Dalton highway.
ppine 06/30/20 09:35am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Mammoth Area Camping - Inyo NF

I like the Nat For north of town on the east side of 395 a lot for boondocking. Obsidian Road is really good. Nice open ppine forests with some level spots and nobody up there.
ppine 06/30/20 09:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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