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RE: Maximum length rig considerations

National Parks/ National Forests, COE and the rest, are like people, they're not all the same, At Madison CG in Yellowstone we put our 29' class C w/dolly & toad in a 30' spot with no problem, also did the same in Rocky Mtn. National Park & many others, we've seen longer rigs than ours in national parks.
bukhrn 01/22/20 12:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone use rv share?

I bought a MH for DW & myself to use, as rbpru said, not as a business, the guy you rented from coming out ahead, is a rarity. I wouldn't rent mine out to a family member, let alone a stranger.
bukhrn 01/21/20 07:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Installing After-market Rear View Camera Issue

my wireless works great so far:DMine too.
bukhrn 01/15/20 09:24am Class C Motorhomes
RE: What ever happened to RV Park Reviews?

The new Recreation.Gov site bothers me FAR more than the new Campground Reviews site, I absolutely hate it, like garmp said, it was like a comfy old pair of shoes, the new site is not comfy, and just doesn't fit at all. :(
bukhrn 01/14/20 01:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: What ever happened to RV Park Reviews?

I have no major problems with the new site, but I also think that all change is Not necessarily for the better.
bukhrn 01/13/20 12:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: parachute for sale

Yes, if it doesn't make a one point landing, it's a perfectly good plane.
bukhrn 01/12/20 06:29pm Around the Campfire
RE: Missoula, MT to Columbia Falls and W Glacier

"Looks like rt 93, 35 and 206 according to the planner." That's the way we went with our 29' class C w/dolly & toad, not bad at all.
bukhrn 01/09/20 07:58am Roads and Routes
RE: Oregon or what to do after Glacier

Mt Rainier, Mt St Helens, Crater Lake, Northern Redwoods of Ca. Yosemite, Sequoia/Kings Canyon, Grand Canyon. These, plus some you already mentioned, there are many, many more but these are just some we've been to.
bukhrn 01/04/20 02:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Family Tree

I've always taken those ancestry site with a BIG Lump of Salt, you send them whatever info they ask for, how do you know what they send you back is actually factual ? Very simple to verify, go to the records available, birth certificates, census data, marriage certificates, immigration records, military records, etc, etc. Yes, you will find some have entered incorrect data at times but overall it is a fantastic way to trace your ancestry. :)If I've gotta do all that work, what do I need to pay them for?
bukhrn 01/03/20 03:30pm Around the Campfire
RE: What kind of car do u think Old Saint Nick would drive

1940 Ford pickup, gotta have room for that bag.;)
bukhrn 12/27/19 08:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Family Tree

:B:B:B I've always taken those ancestry site with a BIG Lump of Salt, you send them whatever info they ask for, how do you know what they send you back is actually factual ? :h
bukhrn 12/26/19 08:36am Around the Campfire
RE: 25' 30 amp extension cord

Back in 2011 I needed an extension cord and didn't have one, had to turn around & drive into the site, which put everything on the wrong side, so before next trip I went to WalMart and bought a 25 footer, comparatively cheap, under $30 IIRC, unlike Sound Guy i have never needed it at a CG again, only places it gets used is at my nieces & my place.
bukhrn 12/25/19 08:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone / Old Faithful area

We were there this past summer and rather than deal with driving, parking, timing, etc. we elected to take advantage of the pros: Yellowstone Vacations tours - they use a 24 passenger bus and get you to all the major stops in an all-day excursion. We got to Yellowstone Falls in time to see the rainbow at the foot of the Falls, and got to Old Faithful just before it erupted. We also had the added attraction of seeing Beehive Geyser erupt right before Old Faithful. You board their bus in West Yellowstone at 8:00 am and return to their garage around 4:00 pm - if you're staying in West Yellowstone they will pick you up and drop you off. Might work for some .............But....:hX-2, I don't like being on someone else's schedule. ;)
bukhrn 12/22/19 05:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: camping

If you're carrying that bag of dog poop, they may be even friendlier, and offer you a beer. Without it, they may just give you an evil stare.
bukhrn 12/22/19 11:01am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Typical problem we all see in RV parks.

One of the reasons we prefer state/national parks over private parks is that the usually short stay limits tend to keep out those working in the area that leave early with their trucks. Other than the occasional earlier morning RV departure, diesel noise is not much of a problem.X-2, plus I must be more noise tolerant than most, most early risers are already gone by the time I get up to hear them.
bukhrn 12/20/19 11:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Opinions Appreciated (yeah about tires)

X2 on the Firestone Transforce
bukhrn 12/16/19 02:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where to sell stuff ?
bukhrn 12/16/19 02:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ceramic Heater Safety

Yes,the ceramic heater I use, and all others I've seen have the safety features you mention, Tip Over Shutoff switch, over heat switch, I'm not sure your dog will burst into flames just by wagging his tail against it, I always put it where the Dachshund can't get at it.
bukhrn 12/13/19 12:49pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Lights on Toad Veh when Dolly Has 'em (wiring options)......

I've towed across the country, Va to Ca and back and lots of places in between, as well as New England States and back, without extra lights on the toad, the lights on the dolly have always been enough, never been pulled over.
bukhrn 12/09/19 11:29am Dinghy Towing
RE: Mens' belts left or right

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. :h ************************************************************** Geez wiz - everyone knows the TP comes over the top. DangI do now that my DW has educated me over the last 53 years, before that, it never mattered. ;)
bukhrn 12/01/19 11:58am Around the Campfire
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