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RE: Be Kind!

Yes!!!!!!!!!!
TexasShadow 03/28/20 11:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Questions on using a Dutch Oven

definitely ditto to using a dutch oven liner so you don't have to clean and reseason the oven.
TexasShadow 03/27/20 05:33pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Spearfish, SD

Sidney, NE is a good place to restock your groceries, etc. before going north into tourist country. And we like shopping at Cabelas, too. There is a nice rv park at Cabelas. Custer State Park, IMO, is as good or better than any National Park. It is well run and has great scenery and the scenic drives are well worth your time. Rushmore...not so much, but that's just us. Same in Devil's Tower...good for a one night stay. Buffalo WY has two or three rv parks in town that are good, but you could go on up to Ranchester WY and stay at a little mom and pop rv place in town and then take your toad up the mountain to Burgess Junction and the Medicine Wheel. It's a beautiful drive. You can get a sandwich, etc at Burgess Junction or take a picnic lunch and have it up at Medicine Wheel.
TexasShadow 03/26/20 09:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Maricopa county, AZ regional rec area.

Currently staying at the Family campground at White Tank Mountain park. $32.00 day, with elec and water ,45 ft site, well groomed, nice view, lots of hiking trails, etc etc. We are very pleased with our stay. Check it out by searching white tank AZ campgrounds.
TexasShadow 03/15/20 07:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Vernal, UT to Rock Springs, WY

Very nice campground at the top called Firefighters Memorial. Water and dump station.
TexasShadow 03/12/20 10:04pm Roads and Routes
RE: Where do full timers go out west to escape the heat?

we live in San Antonio TX area, so in late July, August and Sept, we head for high altitudes. We like camping up by Dutch John in Flaming Gorge, UT. We like camping near Pinedale, WY, and we love camping in the Tetons Nat'l park in Jackson Hole. Sometimes, we go up the west side of the Tetons to Henry's Lake ID, and tool around Yellowstone Park from there. Then we head east over to Cody, which can still be warm but not overly so in Sept. Then we go to Custer SD to take in the big buffalo roundup festival at the end of Sept before heading south toward home.
TexasShadow 02/05/20 06:30pm Full-time RVing
RE: Quick overnight

yes, we do it regularly. but be prepared for the trucks to come and go most of the night. if that will bother you, look elsewhere.
TexasShadow 02/04/20 01:04pm Travel Trailers
RE: Traveling in a group— How do you handle it?

I agree with you. Cell phones will keep you connected as much as you need or want and meeting for lunch breaks or rest stops, etc will keep you fairly close in miles.
TexasShadow 02/04/20 01:02pm General RVing Issues
RE: Texas Hill Country Ideas

there is a nice state park at Blanco, TX, on 281, about 30 miles north of san antonio. there is an rv park just north of Spring Branch, TX on 281, about 20 miles north of san antonio.
TexasShadow 02/02/20 07:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Calgary Stampede Advise

we stayed about 50 miles west of Calgary, in the foothills of the Rockies in a provincial park, but we were in a smaller, 30 ft MH at that time. Hopefully there are more rv parks out that way, these days. whatever you decide to do, you should do it NOW because Calgary is a very popular rodeo, and make sure to plan on time enough to take in the Fair because that will be going on, too. Also, if you stay out of town somewhere, check to see where you can drive in to a parking lot (like at the college) and take the train down to the fairgrounds. MUCH easier than looking for a parking spot down there and it was free when we used it 20 years ago.
TexasShadow 01/31/20 12:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pita Bread

This is the best camp bread I've ever "et". :) Pan de campo (camp bread), long a favorite of cowboys in South Texas, has become a trademark of outdoor chef Ruben Hinojosa, who has garnered top prizes in several competions with this recipe. 2 cups flour 2 level tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 3/8 cup cooking oil 1/2 cup cold milk Mix all the ingredients, but don't knead the dough too much. If it feels dry, add a few drops of milk. Roll the dough into a circle about 1/2-inch thick. (Thinner if you want a crisper loaf.) Place into a well-greased, preheated 14-inch Dutch oven, and poke a few holes in the dough with a fork to allow steam to escape. Bake 10-15 minutes, turning the bread over after about 6 minutes. Remove from the oven and serve hot. Some cooks prefer shortening instead of oil, others use water instead of milk. Experiment to find the version that suits your taste. (Folks cooking in regular ovens will want to set the temperature to 400 degrees.) 3c flour 1/2 tsp salt 1 1/4 tsp baking soda 1 1/3 C warm water Mix the dry ingredients and add water kneading to form a soft dough that is soft, yet not sticky. Stretch and pull the dough until thin. Tear off a piece of dough and poke a hole in the center with your finger or thumb. Drop each piece into a skillet of hot cooking oil and brown on both sides. Serve it while hot topped with honey or powdered sugar for a sweet treat (Yum-Yum).
TexasShadow 01/29/20 01:05pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Ironwood NM?

don't count on it.):
TexasShadow 01/22/20 05:54pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Quartzsite accommodations ??

Stay over in Blythe if you want a decent motel.
TexasShadow 01/22/20 11:32am General RVing Issues
RE: Socorro, NM campground

there is an rv park at the southern end of Socorro, but it has been several years since we stayed there. at the time, it was clean and quiet, a good overnight stop. we've also stayed at the BLM campground over near Carrizozo, and it is VERY nice, with water and dump and elec and the town close by if you want a cafe.
TexasShadow 01/21/20 12:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best area to boondock in Quartzsite for two nights

you'll see some BLM campgrounds...no frills...as you're moving south toward Quartzite... a few miles north of the town.
TexasShadow 01/20/20 11:25am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Casper wy to yellowsrone

both good roads. the only thing to watch for is an early snow fall when you're crossing the pass on either road.
TexasShadow 01/20/20 11:22am Roads and Routes
RE: Camping Lights

I prefer the dark, but I do like a small ground light to mark my door and steps, because it's hard to see sometimes.
TexasShadow 01/18/20 09:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Why do I still look at my tankl level gauges?

as stated above, we check the level of the FW tank.
TexasShadow 01/18/20 10:11am General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone - west or northwest enterance?

191 down to West Yellowstone then into the Park from there. About 14 miles to Madison Campground in the Park.
TexasShadow 01/13/20 09:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: Yellowstone Trip

if you have time, take a day drive out of Cody and drive the Chief Joseph scenic highway up to Bear Tooth Pass and down to Red Lodge MT and back to Cody. Great drive!!!! not for pulling a trailer or motorhome! Cody to Ten Sleep to Buffalo and 90 on to Devil's tower. Crossing on 16 is the easiest of the three routes, but not a piece of cake, either. Going up out of Ten Sleep is not a hard climb. Going down to Buffalo is a lonnnnng descent, so watch your brakes. Other than that, it's a gorgeous drive, and there is water and a dump station up near the top of the pass.
TexasShadow 01/12/20 08:07pm General RVing Issues
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