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RE: Memphis to Branson

We JUST got back from a week at Branson. Our two favorite things-a tour of Top of the Rock and seeing the Haygoods-a show. We had never been at Branson and wasn't sure how we would like a show-it was great.
cruising spud 05/18/22 03:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip with a 9 year old.

When we traveled with our grandkids, we went to AAA, and my daughter and her husband and my husband and myself, signed papers allowing us to take the kids to the hospital and get treatment, just in case we needed too. Now, we had a situation where the kids live in another country, so we were afraid me might run into issues. Probably overkill, but it gave me peace of mind. It only took about twenty minutes to do.
cruising spud 05/01/22 08:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip with a 9 year old.

A fair amount of campgrounds in the west have poor internet and no cable tv connection. So, I would download some movies that your granddaughter would like. Also, take some dvds. Also, some card games that one of you can play with your granddaughter while the other person is driving. And, I agree with RedRollingRoadblock-try to get into Fishing Bridges. It provides easy access to all of the attractions in Yellowstone (which I think your granddaughter would love).
cruising spud 04/27/22 06:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Don't be so hasty to be critical. This forum has been so slow lately that fulltimin has been close to one of the top five posts for weeks.
cruising spud 04/24/22 04:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Yellowstone with pets

We were at Yellowstone with our dog. We stayed at Fishing Bridges. We got up in the morning, fed, and walked her. Then, we got ready to go out for about 4-5 hours. Before we left, we gave the dog a long walk. We left her in the rv while we were gone. She was fine. Actually, the only thing that I worried about was running into a wolf when I gave her a very early walk. We never did. Our dog was fascinated by the buffalo.
cruising spud 03/20/22 09:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

fulltimin, As long as you enjoy what you are doing (and your wife is still smiling)-then...it's done when it's done.
cruising spud 12/10/21 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

fulltimin, As someone who checks out your posts several times a week, I have a question (now, I'm sure the answer is tucked somewhere is all of your posts, but I don't have the stamina to look through them). Once your inside build is done, do you still have the engine/under the hood stuff to do, or is that all done? Also, I just have to ask-are you just taking this one day at a time, or have you considered a possible end date to all of your work? I admire all the work that you have done.
cruising spud 12/06/21 10:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: TV

Before we leave home, I download shows from Netflix and Amazon Prime onto my laptop, run an hdmi cable from my laptop to the television, and we watch. We also have an antenna, which actually, at times, gets a few channels, and we carry some dvds. We also watch the news on our laptop/tablets.
cruising spud 11/18/21 05:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Myrtle beach

My husband and I were at Briarcliff RV Resort this past April. It is in North Myrtle Beach. It was an all-around great park. Check out the reviews on Campground Reviews.
cruising spud 09/09/21 01:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Must I have a toad with a 27' Class C?

We have been camping for seventeen years. First, with a 24 foot, Class C, and later with a 28 foot, Class C. We have never towed. We simply try to plan ahead (example-stop at the grocery store before heading to the campground). If we go to a National Park, that doesn't have a shuttle system to get around, or if we go anywhere else we need a car-we rent one. NOW, with that being said, if I could go back seventeen years when we started camping, I would have said-let's tow a car. I would say that about half the places we go-I still wouldn't want to tow a car, BUT there are also about half the places we go that I know it would be easier/nicer having a car. So, if you downsize, I would say tow when you need to and leave the car behind when you don't.
cruising spud 08/06/21 06:05am Beginning RVing
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