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RE: Out of the mouth of babes

How's he gonna keep the beer cold?
garmp 01/19/21 02:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: ....

Look out moderator. It's gonna start again!
garmp 01/19/21 02:49pm Around the Campfire
Social distancing

Just had to post this. https://i.imgur.com/pGUqXrZl.jpg
garmp 01/16/21 02:37pm General RVing Issues
SeeLevel tank monitors

Has anyone upgraded to Seelevel tank monitors. Link. Our coach has the 4 light system, which drives me nuts. Read very good reviews about the Seelevel system, but haven't heard from any actual people that upgraded. (I don't totally trust most reviews posted on the web. thanks
garmp 01/15/21 03:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: First camp trip?

Agreed that it is an illusion caused by the slope of the pad. But the initial sight is still funny. Especially with the proud/content look of accomplishment on the faces.
garmp 01/15/21 08:18am Beginning RVing
RE: Suggestions for rest of Florida trip in Feb

If you can get in, and that's a big IF, look at Fort Pickens on Santa Rosa Island, not real far from Pensacola Beach, Florida. The fort is quite historic and interesting.
garmp 01/14/21 02:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
First camp trip?

OK girls, the trailer is parked. So now let's go have some fun! https://i.imgur.com/7IuDTuXl.jpg Just had to post this.
garmp 01/14/21 02:09pm Beginning RVing
RE: Electric scooter instead of Toad?

Comparing an ebike or small electric scooter to a toad is like apples to oranges. Two totally different vehicles for two totally different purposes. How many people take their toad for a leisurely tour of the campground or to the shower house? A small two wheel vehicle is ideal for this. Need a bag of ice from the local camp store? Throw it in the basket and enjoy the ride. Need some heavy grocery shopping done, take the toad. Besides, even though it is pedal assist, I still get more exercise than sitting in a toad.
garmp 01/13/21 01:57pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wabash & Erie Canal Park, IN

That's pretty much our plan. Get our repairs/modifications done at the plant and then spend the night at Wabash. If that's not possible, shoot over to Prophitstown for a night or two and then on our way south.
garmp 01/13/21 08:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New Wriinkle in Customer Service

Sooooo? Did you get your CGM straightened out? Can't live with out mine. Hades with the rooster, although funny, what's my numbers?
garmp 01/12/21 02:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Wabash & Erie Canal Park, IN

Thanks for the info. Guess I'll have to call them as not really sure when we will get to the park. Going to Elkhart for some motorhome adjustments/addditions and not really sure when all the work will be finished, as we keep adding things to the list. Just wondering about the odds of getting a site for a couple of days when they only have 5 available to start with. Guess I'll find out the end of March. Thanks again for the info.
garmp 01/12/21 02:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Wabash & Erie Canal Park, IN

This park is a bit north of Lafayette, IN. According to their website, from what I can tell they only have 5 campsites available. 3 are full hook up the other 2 are electric & water only. On Campground reviews it got 10 stars, but I'm looking for other opinions also. Might have to call them to find out about reservations, etc. Apprecciate any & all input.
garmp 01/08/21 02:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
August cammping

It appears that COVID really packed most parks this past camping season. With the rapid growth of RV sales, cities being hot spots and online learning, folks were every where. Grab your internet and school the kids on the road. A lot of families were out with their new rigs for several reasons. Motels were questionable as to being safe, many restaurants were closed as were many other vacation activities. So head to the woods and let the kids wander throughout the forest with their cell phones. I wonder how many families have become disenchanted with this new found freedom and what is to be expected this coming season. According to the "experts" things should be well in hand by late summer, early fall. Things should open up and be closer to normal. Say they are right this time and our regular life returns, what do you guess the camping scene will be like? Folks have gotten the hang of camping and are starting to enjoy it more, thusly getting out more? Or found out it is more work than they thought and the DW still has to cook, so it's no vacation for her at all and reminds you that you should have never bought that [email protected] thing! Myself, I see the parks more crowded than previous years before, but not to the level they were this past season. So as I sit here pondering our August trip, I guess that I best decide where we're headed and start making reservations, which is very unlike us. But don't want to be left high & dry.
garmp 01/03/21 03:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Breaking down and smoking a turkey?

When making your brine add about a good 1/3 to 1/2 a fifth of cheap bourbon. Not necessarily the cheapest bourbon as you might want to sip on it during the cook.
garmp 12/30/20 02:58pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
And what about ebike covers

Got two ebikes and a RV rated platform hitch carrier, now looking for a cover to keep the road spray/crud off the bikes. Just modify a BBQ pit cover? What do you use?
garmp 12/26/20 02:30pm General RVing Issues
Hunting Island or Huntington Beach

If you had to choose one, which park would you go to? Hunting Island SP or Huntington Beach SP? I know they are not necessarily apples to apples, but when time is limited and rather than a day or so at each spend some time at just one. We have been to both, but it has been years ago and prior to having our RV so we have a different set of needs/wants. Besides getting older and enjoy relaxing a lot more.
garmp 12/19/20 12:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Receiver Bike Racks

I just ordered a Kuat Transfer V2 2 bike carrier for the back of our Class C. I wanted a swing out type but no one seems to make them rated for RV's so I got the Kuat tilt for our two ebikes. It was about the only tilt carrier rated for RV use that I could find.
garmp 12/18/20 02:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: February trip south on the East Coast

Crooked River State Park in the St. Mary's area of Georgia has been getting rave reviews lately. We are thinking about trying that area the end of October/early November. And then you aren't that far from St. Augustine, FL, which is a must especially of you're into history.
garmp 12/16/20 02:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dump Station Observations

I have to agree with MFL for the most part. However, we did manage to find some and they all seem to be newer, either state or COE parks.
garmp 12/15/20 02:31pm General RVing Issues
Old Greenville Recreation Area, MO

Any one have any experience with Old Greenville Recreation Area? It is a bit confusing as it is sometimes referred to as Greenville Recreation Area (dropping the Old). Google maps show Greenville Recreation Area inside of Old Greenville Recreation Area. Campground Reviews give it a good review, but any other insights? TIA
garmp 12/14/20 01:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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