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RE: Maine to Yellowstone

I second Theodore Roosevelt if you take the northern route. It's overlooked and an awesome place.I third it, awesome place, we stayed at the Southern unit, one night we had one of those big bulls walk under our awning, I've seen photos of them scratching themselves on people's slide outs.
bukhrn 03/06/21 08:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Maine to Yellowstone

How long do you have to make the trip -- 3 to 6 months???? One can see the main points of YS in 2 days, or you can spend a life time seeing YS. I suggest you look at the route that the guide bus tours take to see the south west in a week or so to help you plan your time.. 1. A day or a 1/2 day drive through the Badlands of SD 2. A week to see the 5 national parks in SW Utah. 3. A day to see Grand Teton NP You need to make reservations soon!!!!!It basically depends on your available time, as TenOC said 2 days (you won't see much) or a lifetime, first trip to Yellowstone, we spent 9 days there, second trip spent 14 days, could've spent more, it all depends on personal choice. Also timing is important, spring back here in the east, (even in Maine) is generally April, Yellowstone, may still have snow in some places late May-early June.
bukhrn 03/06/21 08:00am Roads and Routes
RE: Height of class C?

I personally measured my Forester on the E450 chassis at 11-4 to the top of the AC.
bukhrn 03/05/21 08:51am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Unknown National Cavern outside Cody

Thanks for the info....I've been thru and stayed in Cody before, but never knew of this.X-2, Wish I had known.
bukhrn 03/04/21 10:24am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
Opinions

We'll be heading South on I-15 thru ID., heading to Vernal Utah, GS Trip Planner wants to take me on I-84 near South Ogden to US 40, 310.5 mi,5.0 hours, Google Maps takes me to I-80 at South Salt Lake to the same exit for US 40, 311 mi., 4hours 45 min., anybody done either, opinions, both look like they go through the mountains, both being Interstates which is the easiest, (less mountainest) if that's even a word. Guess i could flip a coin. :h
bukhrn 03/01/21 01:17pm Roads and Routes
RE: What is It?

I think it's the top half of a cake ball pan/mold... https://www.cakecentral.com/tutorial/39221/make-polka-dot-surprise-inside-cakeAfter going to that link, I'd say we have a winner.
bukhrn 03/01/21 06:44am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Locked Out!

On my TT lock of the same design, the dead bolt and the latch are 2 diffrent keys. They look simmiler and turn if you mix them up. So if you had the wrong key in the door and turned it you could have jammed it up. I did this to mine when i bought the used TT because i didnt know they were diffrent. So try the other key also. Well, that would be a totally stupid "feature" to have BOTH locks keyed with different keys.. Although, I believe the OP was able to insert the other key and now the KEY is stuck in the lock also which should not have happened either. Guess I got lucky, when replacing the locks on our TT it has two doors so we REQUESTED to have both door locks keyed alike so same key opens both locks one both doors.. OP may have to break off the key, then drill out the lock and hope they can jimmy it into the unlocked position.. Not sure if it is a "Trimark" but there was a thread a long time ago which mentions those had a tendency to self destruct in the locked position.. Found a thread on it.. HERE I suspect OP will have to resort to surgical removal of the entire latch/lock assembly which will destroy the entire assy in the process.I knew there was something stupid about mine, they are keyed differently, the original one & this replacement.
bukhrn 02/25/21 12:45pm Tech Issues
RE: not sure where to post this.....

Besides the Technical aspects already mentioned, you might want to consider the fact that not all CG's, public or private, allow golf carts, unless you're only going to a specific one that you know does.
bukhrn 02/23/21 08:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Winterizing the coffee maker

What do you do about all the other liquid stuff sodas, cleaning products, bottled water, etc. Here is southern MN where it got to 20 below zero farenheit last week you have to bring in everything that will freeze. I keep all the cans of food and stuff like that in a tote that I just carry into the house in the winter. Sodas must be brought in or they explode like little bombs. Cleaning products I just let freeze it, doesn't seem to hurt them. Bottle water I usually bring in but, it can freeze too and it doesn't hurt it. You even have to bring beer in !! It too will explode if it gets cold enough.You actually have beer left over after a camping trip ?
bukhrn 02/22/21 11:01am General RVing Issues
RE: CC&R dated 1973 says no RVs, trailers, boats can be stored

Have you tried to contact the 5 other houses with RV's, boat, etc, and asked them how they get away with it and what if any problems have they had, or is it just your neighbor with an attitude.
bukhrn 02/22/21 09:06am General RVing Issues
RE: CC&R dated 1973 says no RVs, trailers, boats can be stored

No way would I buy there. Jim.X-2 or whatever
bukhrn 02/22/21 08:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Do you know....

That's like trying to find a generator anywhere, during or immediately after a hurricane goes through.
bukhrn 02/20/21 09:11am Around the Campfire
RE: Humble Apology

You,(and everyone else) should know that you are not alone, I'd love to to be able to take back all the foolish things i've said or done in my life without thinking first.
bukhrn 02/20/21 09:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Your worst nightmare

Seventy or more years ago we had an outhouse and every Christmas all us kids would get a new flashlight . Your final trip out back before bed was always scary as there were bears , wildcats , zombies , Indians and other bad stuff ! I would rush to get in to the outhouse before something got me . Then you would search the interior of the outhouse and as a last act you would look down into the hole , looking for bears , wildcats , zombies , Indians or other bad stuff . Scary times for a six year old .I never feared those things in our outhouse, they were all hiding under my bed when the lights were off. ;)
bukhrn 02/20/21 08:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Winterizing the coffee maker

We had Keurig in the S&B, got rid of it, when we got the RV, we started with a cheap Mr. Coffee, when camping in National Parks or other Fed CG's with generator hours, we quickly learned that wasn't going to work as by the time the gen hours started, we were already up & gone, so like Caveman Charlie, this is the extent of our coffee technology. https://media.fotki.com/2v29UejiWxEBUGC.jpg height=100 width=100
bukhrn 02/20/21 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Snow

:B:B
bukhrn 02/19/21 12:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: HaveYou Ever Noticed: How to Prevent Ghosts Hanits etc

I too like the pipes, but like you, Amazing Grace on them is the most haunting tune I've ever heard, (Besides Taps), I guess because it's only played for an occasion most of us would rather not be at.
bukhrn 02/19/21 12:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: trailer jack on a tow dolly

I'm not really sure I understand the question. If you're not unloading the toad, why do you need to unhook from the motorhome? Can't you just level it with the tow dolly hooked up?I do !!!!, only time I unhook is if I have a back-in site.
bukhrn 02/18/21 11:32am Towing
RE: Occupied RV Fire

That's sad. And I doubt she has adequate insurance to replace it, even if she could replace it, and now she's homeless. It must have been an older heater. All the space heaters I've seen in several years have a tip over switch that cuts them off when they fall over. That was my first thought ................................ It's very easy to check the cutoff switch, and I always do that fairly often. All you have to do is pick up the heater, or tip it.X-2, I don't have to pick mine up very far,3/4" it shuts off.
bukhrn 02/18/21 06:57am General RVing Issues
RE: Champion dual fuel generator, convert to nat gas?

I'm confused, how many places do you RV/camp that has NG available ?
bukhrn 02/16/21 12:42pm Tech Issues
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