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RE: settle an arguement

This forum is pretty good at losing sight of the forest for the trees. The short answer is one is not easier than the other for your question. There are differences and those will be personal in nature. The only question mark I see in the original post is asking how to determine weight. Once the question was answered correctly several times others moved on to the various other points the OP brought up. I think everyone was trying to be helpful and nice.:) We got to see the forest AND the trees - that's what camping is all about!
cptqueeg 11/12/20 05:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Those that have tuned or programmed

Appreciate you guys turning my thread into your own personal sh!t show. FWIW, I enjoyed it and learned a lot. Thanks for starting the thread.
cptqueeg 11/11/20 07:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fire in Grand County CO - 10.31.20 update

The firefighters are probably having a tough time w the conditions. Nothing like waking up to a foot of new snow and then having to lace up the frozen White's boots for a nice 16 hour day in the cold.
cptqueeg 10/26/20 12:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to tow travel trailer with 2 adults, 3 kids, and 2 dogs

We do the same on a regular basis minus one dog. We have a crew cab Ram with a fiberglass cap. Our Lab rides in her crate in the back. If it's really hot then we will bring her to the back floor, but otherwise she does not seem to mind riding in the back at all! Other than that, Van, Large SUV, or Motorhome I think are your only options This is great thank you! We looked at the GMC 2500HD today and the backseat is huge! I think we are going to do the same as you have suggested. The separate area provided by the bed and shell allows one to isolate noisy, rattling cargo, and smelly stuff like fuel and wet dogs away from the humans.
cptqueeg 10/11/20 07:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: I remodeled my BF10.4 living room - picture heavy

Beautiful work! Love the rear dinette floor plan myself.
cptqueeg 10/10/20 11:01am Truck Campers
RE: Propane generator..

Having had a propane whole house generator and used it through many, many multiple day outages (up to 12 days) I'd bite the bullet and get a diesel generator if I needed one. The ease of refueling, and longevity of the motor are 2 big pluses in a diesel generator. The lack of common spare parts espeically in widespread outages is a major downfall to a pp gen. Find out what the local "generator rate" for pp is if this will be your sole pp appliance. If you rent your tank you will lack the ability to shop for propane suppliers.
cptqueeg 10/06/20 12:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Poachng Season

Dang, send them to Missouri, we need some here to keep the deer population in check. Just kidding, but something needs to be done, with no real natural predators they breed like rats. Makes a person very nervous driving through treed areas at dusk. X2. With our apex predators gone like bears and wolves the only major predators are us out here on the southern plains. Oh sure dogs/song dogs/bobcats can take a very young deer but with this bucks only hunting seasons, were over run with out of control deer populations...especially does in this part of my state. With out of control deer populations and now a feral hog problem we could use more poaching on these pests around here. I see nothing wrong with taking/poaching pests in a local area. Bucks only is a poor management strategy unless the objective is to produce as many small,scrawny deer as the land will carry, and no 3 1/2+ year old bucks to hunt.
cptqueeg 10/04/20 10:50am Around the Campfire
RE: Thinking about downsizing to a B

You've been looking for 11 months and found one. That indicates the seller can ask what they want for it and probably get close to it at some point. From reading the thread the dry bath is severely reducing the number of choices, perhaps consider a wet bath in a B or a truck camper w dry bath.
cptqueeg 10/04/20 08:53am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: The trashing of our public lands.

While it's disgusting no matter whose trash it is, it's a tiny problem compared to environmental disaster that is occurring or about to occur in the US. The cause is the same though - it's all about me, and how much money can I extract for the "shareholders." Pebble Mine - Bristol Bay Drilling in ANWAR Opening 9 million acres of wilderness to roads and logging in the Tongass NF If you have ever been to any industrial site in AK, like the oil fields in Prudhoe Bay, or mines outside of Fairbanks, you would not feel this way. They are very conscientious of the environment and the animals that call those places home. They take incredible care to not harm wildlife and keep everything clean. If a polar bear goes anywhere near a drill site, the shut it down regardless of the cost until the bear has it's babies and leaves the area. Alaska is the last place in the world you have to worry about environmental damage. I worked in the Tongass NF laying out timber sales for the USFS, there is PLENTY of ground in the Tongass to log w/out touching the wilderness. It's just easier and more profitable to do there. ANWAR has no development at all. I'd like to see it some day as it is now. We HAVE oil and gas in spades - why go there? Even Junior is against Pebble Mine.....which is plagued with corruption and is a 20 year program (lol) that is never going to end. It will also be a beachhead for further extraction in the interior. Locals don't like it and fisherman don't like it either. Why should a Canadian company come pillage AK anyway?
cptqueeg 10/03/20 07:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: The trashing of our public lands.

We have been "users" of public lands for the last 50 years. Our national parks and public lands are being trashed... tp, diapers, tampons, human waste, etc. While the story is relevant, it is decades behind the curve. It seems that the new users of public lands are just pigs with no back country ethics. They wouldn't know what real wilderness was if it bit them in the butt. They have been there for a long time there is just more of them now.
cptqueeg 10/03/20 06:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: The trashing of our public lands.

While it's disgusting no matter whose trash it is, it's a tiny problem compared to environmental disaster that is occurring or about to occur in the US. The cause is the same though - it's all about me, and how much money can I extract for the "shareholders." Pebble Mine - Bristol Bay Drilling in ANWAR Opening 9 million acres of wilderness to roads and logging in the Tongass NF
cptqueeg 10/03/20 03:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Soundbar, speakers, or large portable for trailer?

I'm not good w sonos at all but I can make it work. The beam is compatible with their other speakers, which their earlier soundbars did not and it's much cheaper than the older ones. I presume Sonos products lack flexibility so you are locked into the brand if you want subs, and other speakers to expand your system. However they are good products, well worth the money, but not for the fussiest audiophile.
cptqueeg 10/01/20 09:14pm Technology Corner
RE: Soundbar, speakers, or large portable for trailer?

Sonos Beam - $400
cptqueeg 09/29/20 09:14pm Technology Corner
RE: Craters of the Moon, ID

Anglers Rest, Picabo, ID. Took a drive down there yesterday to Silver Creek and drove the Nature Conservancy roads. We saw a TON of hawks, deer, and some Sandhill Cranes. The ducks were all hiding from the gale force winds, though. There is propane in Bellevue ID not to far north of Picabo, but there is probably some in Picabo as well.
cptqueeg 09/27/20 11:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Moving on up... to the mountains!

Good luck in your new home! It looks spectacular.
cptqueeg 09/26/20 07:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Craters of the Moon, ID

There is a new place in Picabo ID my friends like. You'll need reservations as it fills nightly. Arco is east of COM, Picabo is west so prob depends on your approach. Picabo is in the vicinity of Silver Creek a world class trout stream and an amazing place to see birds and wildlife.
cptqueeg 09/23/20 08:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Steamed Clams, Pacific NW - Washington

So you go when it's hard to harvest?
cptqueeg 09/23/20 08:47pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Steamed Clams, Pacific NW - Washington

The absolutely best steamed clams are at the Front Street Grill in Coupeville, WA on Penn Cove, Whidbey Island, WA. Their Coconut Green Curry Mussels from Penn Cove are even better. We were there for lunch when Tom Douglas (probably the best restauranteur in the NW) brought a tour group there for lunch. I raise my own Pacific oysters (6,500), Manilla clams (12,000), Mediterranean mussels (15,000) and geoducks (35) on my beach. I go there when the tides are not favorable. Go there. Can you explain the last sentence, pls?
cptqueeg 09/23/20 03:49pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 2002 Lance 811 Rebuild - Update 09.30.2020- PROJECT COMPLETE

awesome!
cptqueeg 09/23/20 01:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Truck Campers and Boating?

I back this rig down a ramp all the time with no issues. If you can't see your trailer, the easiest fix is to lie a 10' long pole across the boat with flags on each end. You will be able to see that. The pole could be in two pieces if necessary. Zulu I think it's exact same boat as yours, except I had to buy a Merc 4s.
cptqueeg 09/23/20 01:34pm Truck Campers
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