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RE: I have 1 week

2 days in Yellowstone is barely enough time to see the highlights, expect it to take 2 full days just to drive the main figure 8 loop at Yellowstone, briefly stopping at the major attractions only, and skipping some of the secondary thermal features, waterfalls, visitors centers, etc. Yellowstone is BIG, and the loop road alone is 142 miles with 45 mph speed limit, which drops to 0 mph when wildlife is present. It would be easy to fill up a week in just NW Wyoming, and not come close to seeing all the major attractions that are within 100 yards of the highway. We spent 3 nights and 4.5 days in Yellowstone in the summer of 2017 just before the big solar eclipse and were barely able to hit the highlights.
Isaac-1 05/05/19 05:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: Looking for a Tardis - What RV?

My first pick for such things in current production would probably be a Leisure Tavel Vans model 24MB, though it is a little long for a single parking space at 24'7" (a standard full size parking space is 22'), though with a 170 inch wheel base it could probably fit into a standard parking space if allowed to back in and overhang a curb, as I do this with my 28 ft Safari Trek which has a 29'5" bumper to bumper length on a 177 inch wheel base.
Isaac-1 09/19/18 05:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Does the furnace run ONLY on gas ? And same with the WH ?

The thing to remember here is that the control electronics in the water heater and in the refrigerator while they are running on propane draw very little power. On an RV with a pair of deep cycle house batteries, the refrigerator can probably run for a week or more on propane without depleting the batteries, however the propane furnace blower fan could drain those same battery down over just one cold night.
Isaac-1 09/17/18 06:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another idiot in Yellowstone!!

To those that complain about him damaging the environment, yes he would have left footprints that may take years to fade completely away. However if you go to any of the major thermal features in Yellowstone you can find wildlife footprints on those same fragile surfaces. On the topic of plugging up a Geyser by sticking his hand in and dislodging rocks, sure it is possible, though unlikely to make much difference given the disruptive forces at play every time the geyser erupts. In other words anything he might accidentally dislodge, would likely also be dislodged by the force of the erupting water within a matter of hours. Having said that, the is an idiot, and a darwin candidate
Isaac-1 09/17/18 06:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Loading the new motor home

My advice is to get 4 corner weights first so you can appropriately balance the load.
Isaac-1 09/17/18 10:40am General RVing Issues
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