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RE: Anyone Cancelling Truck Camper Trips Due to Fuel Prices?

Well that settles it for me! I was wondering. From these responses, everyone is still traveling and the crowds are going to be terrible again in spite of massive increases in fuel costs with potential shortages. I thought the cost of fuel would suppress travel and record RV travel might be a bit lower.. From these responses it seems that is not the case. If the reports of possible fuel shortages and $10/gal are true, will that change the narrative? We have recently taken extended exploration summer trips (6-8 weeks) where we stay no longer than 3 avg days per location, thus lots of fuel.. Alabama-->Montana range trips. So, about a 500 mile radius from home limit this year . Brad, thanks for the thread.
MrPhelps 06/04/22 04:43am Truck Campers
RE: HOST Yukon Dump Valve Location

I think that's the thing about designs. There are always tradeoffs. I don't personally like a bathroom next to the bedroom, but others do. It's not necessarily wrong because you don't like the tradeoffs. 100% true ! I had the same concern about this dump valve location when I was considering the purchase of my Host Cascade, but I have no regrets about the purchase. It is just something that takes getting used to. PLEASE NOTE: " user mistakes/errors" are vividly remembered so training is rapid ! ;)
MrPhelps 01/23/22 04:32am Truck Campers
RE: HOST Yukon Dump Valve Location

Yep! You Nailed it ! I have a Host Cascade, and with the camper on the truck, the dump valve is at eye level. It's a S***y place for it, but since the tank is mounted in the slide under the dinette, there aren't any options. If the Yukon is like my Cascade, it has a very wide flat tank and doesn't drain very fast or very thoroughly. Takes a good 15 minutes flushing the tank to get somewhat clear water.
MrPhelps 01/14/22 04:20am Truck Campers
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