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RE: Anyone gone on a Cruise?

I was on a cruise for 3 years courtesy of the US Navy .
RGar974417 11/26/19 01:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Custer SP?

WE stayed at Rafter J which is nice. But back then Custer didn't have electric. If we went again,we would stay in the park. With just 2 of us,we can go 5 days before dumping black water. If we take our showers in the bath houses,grey water isn't an issue either. Make sure you do the wild life loop and Iron Mtn Highway. Other neat things to see outside the par are Bear Country USA,the Cosmos, The Badlands and Wall Drug just for kicks.
RGar974417 11/24/19 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Large dog

WE have an 85 lb Labrador Retriever.She loves people and is friendly with other dogs. Most Labs are like that. She is a great traveler,sleeps most of the time when on the road.German Shepards can be great dogs if raised right and trained right. I would suggest getting a puppy and take it to obedience school where it can socialize with other dogs and people. Make sure you socialize it with little kids too.As far as scratching the floor,we have never had a problem with that. Keep their nails trimmed and you can always put a runner down in the walking area.Dogs are great companions. I like most dogs better than most people!
RGar974417 11/24/19 09:08am General RVing Issues
RE: Texas road map

Borders Book stores usually have state maps too.
RGar974417 11/14/19 02:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: Gardiner Montana

Stay inside the park at Manmoth. Nice campground.
RGar974417 11/01/19 06:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ready to Live on the Road and Excited

If you don't already have it,get the Senior Pass. It gets you free access to every National Park and historic site.It also gets you half off camping fees at any Federal Campground including National Parks, Army Corps of Engineer ( COE),Forest Service and BLM.
RGar974417 11/01/19 06:32am General RVing Issues
RE: More campers than parks

Go from Sunday to Thursday. Easier to get reservations and fewer people. We do it most of the time.
RGar974417 11/01/19 06:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Help selecting East Coast location with lots of variables...

Pipestem State Resort Park in West Virginia meets all your needs. They have a nice campground, they also have cabins and a hotel. In addition they have 2 pools,2 restaurants,nature walks, horseback riding,archery,golf,mini golf, tennis and a lot more. Very reasonable rates.
RGar974417 10/21/19 06:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping around Christmas time

About 5 years ago we went to Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina over Christmas.Short walk to the beach. Great nature programs.You are just south of Murrel's Inlet where they have some great restaurants.
RGar974417 10/21/19 06:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trouble with California

12 million illegal aliens and they're worried about fruit?
RGar974417 10/21/19 06:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Deceptive traffic citations

The cost of these speeding tickets is ridiculous. No penalties for illegal immigration. Just for American citizens.
RGar974417 10/11/19 08:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Help selecting East Coast location with lots of variables...

Pipestem State Park in southern West Virginia has everything you want and more. They have modern cabins, a campground with hookups, a hotel, 2 restaurants, horseback riding,archery,nature walks a lake for fishing,tennis,golf,mini golf etc.
RGar974417 10/11/19 06:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: February Camping From Long Island?

Virginia has several state parks open year round. Four parks with developed campgrounds have full service camping available. Visit Shenandoah River, Douthat, Hungry Mother and Pocohantas. We stayed at the Shenandoah River and Pocohantas. Both are nice and both have hookups.We stayed at the first one over Christmas one year.
RGar974417 09/30/19 08:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone - Spring or Fall?

We went in May 2016. Weather was good. We stayed in Madison Campground.
RGar974417 09/27/19 09:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Assateague Island

Never stayed there in December, but did in October. It was chilly for sure. But you can have some nice sunny days too. The State Park is the only one with electric and they only have one loop. Some of the loops in the NP allow generators.
RGar974417 09/16/19 06:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I-77 to I-26 to I-95 - Carolinas, Georgia to Florida

We have used that route before and will us part of it in 2 weeks. No problem with diesel. If you have a Flying J card, you get 8 cents a gallon off and many Flying J's have separate RV islands.
RGar974417 09/10/19 07:09am Roads and Routes
RE: Best RV Resort or Campground

Ft Wilderness in Disney World is probably the nicest we stayed in. Also the most expensive. Mustang Run near Oklahoma City is very nice. All roads and sites are concrete. Nicely maintained grass, pool,rec center,dog run and the bathrooms were super nice. Very reasonable prices,too. Pipestem State resort park in West Virginia is very nice. The campground is nice but they have so much to do. 2 restaurants,golf,tennis,a lake for fishing,horseback riding,indoor and out door pools, archery,nature walks etc.
RGar974417 09/10/19 07:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sometime we win...National Forests and Wildlife Refuge

This is a stupid ruling. If managed correctly, our National Forests should be logged to prevent fires,benefit wildlife and make money that can be used to pay for upgrades to our National Parks and Forests.
RGar974417 09/09/19 03:01pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Seeking expert opinion: thinning vs prescribed burns

I won't say I am an expert on forest management, BUT, I am chairman of our local water authority. We have over 2,000 acres in our water shed. About 30 years ago, we hired a forester who draws up plans for which part of our water shed gets logged. We do a logging project every 2 years. He lays out what to cut and what to leave.We make any where from $50,000 to $175,000 which we have used to replace our older water mains. That has saved our customers millions in fee increases. We have never had a forest fire and the deer population is thriving. We need to manage our National Forest.It can make money which can be used to keep up our federal parks and campgrounds, it will help prevent fires and be beneficial to wildlife if done correctly.
RGar974417 09/09/19 02:59pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Grand Canyon Early April

We went to the Grand Canyon in April 1999. Weather was about 50 degrees. Not crowded. There was snow on the ground but the roads were clear.
RGar974417 09/09/19 02:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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