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RE: Suggest a sewer hose kit.

We've been using the Valterra Dominator hoses and been very pleased with the way they have held up.
NEOK 09/16/19 02:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: What else does your truck do?

I've used our truck as a second vehicle to haul everything from our boat to groceries and construction materials while building a new house. It is also used to carry our truck camper.
NEOK 09/14/19 01:03pm Truck Campers
RE: Best route to Port Angeles

If you get a chance be sure to try Togo's Soup House in Port Angeles. Great place for outstanding would and sandwiches.
NEOK 09/04/19 03:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Sleepy Checking in!

Glad to see your post. It's been too long withy one from you!
NEOK 08/11/19 06:18pm Truck Campers
RE: A/C on 116 volts?

Thanks to everyone for the quick replies. Neok
NEOK 08/08/19 03:53pm Tech Issues
A/C on 116 volts?

I just pulled into a site and EMS only shows 116 volts. Would you trust it to run 10,500btu AC unit for one night without doing damage go the unit? Thanks
NEOK 08/08/19 03:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Please Help 03, Bigfoot 25B25RQ

We have a Bigfoot truck camper and have used in temperatures ranging 9°F to 113°F using either the furnace or A/C as needed. The only time we had any issue with condensation was on the northern end of Vancouver island in a cold rain for two days. Their products are built for four season use. We have toured the Bigfoot factory and watched them building both truck campers and trailers. We didn't see any materials or workmanship that was junk.
NEOK 07/20/19 03:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cairo IL bridges

I've crossed the Mississippi bridge at Cairo with a truck camper pulling an 18.5' bass boat. It is narrow but if you slow down and pay attention to on-coming traffic it isn't too bad. Just watch your mirrors on both sides.
NEOK 07/12/19 01:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: Dale Hollow Lake State Resort

Many sites do have full hookups which include sewer hookups. Also there are dump stations. As mentioned none the the sites have a lake view and is a short drive to the marina. It's been about 3 years since we were there and I don't remember any site numbers. The last site we stayed in was on a hill above many of the sites. Go to reserve America and you can see the campground layout and pull up details on each site.
NEOK 07/09/19 06:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Glacier (west side) help....

We stayed at Glacier Peaks RV Campground about two years ago. It's an older Park but clean and we'll maintained with very nice on site management. The drive from Columbia Falls to the West entrance of Glacier isn't bad.
NEOK 05/13/19 08:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Your opinion of the new Truck Camper Online Magazine?

I like the new format. This is a great site for truck camper information and reviews.
NEOK 05/11/19 08:11pm Truck Campers
RE: Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

We drove from Salmon to Stanley on 75 last summer and stayed at the Valley Creek Lodge in Stanley last summer. As others have said the drive is beautiful and a relatively easy drive, no steep grades. There aren't many RV parks in Stanley. The Valley Creek Lodge has few full hookup sites on their parking lot, not much for views but a very convenient to town and the surrounding area. When we were there they were doing what looked like some major renovations at the Redfish lake campground. When completed that would be a scenic campground.
NEOK 05/05/19 08:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: Glacier NP red bus tours

We did the tour from St.Mary on the east side, about 4 hours. It was in September and fairly chilly even with a jacket and the wool blanket they provided. The driver was great and full of information.
NEOK 04/12/19 07:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ree drumond,pawhuska Ok,place to camp

Settle In RV Park is on Highway 99 just south of the turn off to Pawhuska. We drive by it going to Pawhuska but you can't see it from the highway. It does get some good reviews and is only about 5 minutes from The Mercantile. Twin Points COE and Osage Hills are also good options. We drive up to Osage Hills for day outings and even though it's an older park it is well maintained and peaceful during week.
NEOK 03/24/19 05:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to remove bathroom faucet

Is there access if you remove the outside shower faucet?
NEOK 03/23/19 10:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Help with Cody, Wyoming campgrounds

We've stayed in both Ponderosa and Absaroka. Ponderosa is very convenient the museum but the entrances and exits to the park are on a very busy highway and can back up onto the road at peak check in times. The back in sites are cramped. Next in Cody we will definitely choose Absaroka. For a good breakfast try Our Place on the highway not far from Ponderosa.
NEOK 03/22/19 08:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: newbie again, truck camper and truck question

Take a look at Truck Camper Magazine. They have a good section on matching trucks and campers.
NEOK 03/07/19 06:53pm Truck Campers
RE: Santa Fe, NM RV Parks and To-Do's

We like the convenience of the Trailer Ranch RV Resort. The city bus tops in front of the entrance and you can take it to the plaza downtown for about $1.00 and avoid trying to find a parking place. You can also transfer to other buses at the plaza to go to different areas of town. The RV park is on a busy street and can be a nuisance getting in or out. It's also for 55 or older customers. Very well managed and maintained with some traffic noise in the front spaces getting out
NEOK 03/05/19 03:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Inexpensive Overnight Campgrounds Near Tulsa, OK

The two COE campgrounds with water, electric and dump stations on Skiatook Lake close to Tulsa close at the end of October. There is one COE on the north end of the lake with no hookups that may be open but it's quite a ways from Tulsa. If you don't need hookups you might try the Osage Casino that is just North of downtown Tulsa or the one in Skiatook about 25 miles northwest of downtown Tulsa. Also here is paid campground close to downtown Canyon Creek Campground
NEOK 12/25/18 05:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where to camp in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico

The Trailer Ranch RV Resort in Sante Fe is a a well mananged and maintained park. There is a bus stop just outside of the entrance to catch a bus to downtown plaza. We've stayed here a few times and found the location to be very convenient. The owners live onsite and it is for 55 and older adults.
NEOK 12/10/18 10:34am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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