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RE: Chicago how I don’t love you

We're from the Buffalo area. I have driven extensively through Toronto for my job as a truck driver. If you can handle Toronto traffic, Chicago is not much different. We've gone through there a couple times and haven't had any problems, but we did it relatively early on a Sunday. Also, I would cross at Huron, you'll avoid NYS tolls and I believe it'd be shorter. Along the 90 in South Dakota, there's the Corn Palace in Mitchell that's interesting. There's a Cabela's in the same town to overnight in for free. Before you hit Rushmore, there's Badlands National Park which is awesome. We stayed at Rafter J CG near Rushmore, loved it. People will say to visit Wall Drug between Badlands and Rushmore, we never have, seemed like a tourist trap.
greyhook 10/05/20 01:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Doing wheelies

Look for a small line imprinted on 2 lug nuts of chrome wheel cover to differentiate them from the others. These are the nuts that hold the cover on. Mine came with a cheap, small "T" handle wrench specifically for these. If it's been on there awhile, a shot of WD40 or PB Blaster should loosen them. Hope this helps.
greyhook 10/02/20 10:26pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Food - Utah Mighty Five Loop

Driving through Escalante, we came across a great little road-side diner called "Nemo's". They had great bison-burgers and a good selection of ice-cream treats, a must for any road-trip. Highly recommended!
greyhook 08/29/20 11:08am Roads and Routes
RE: Florida to Yosemite

We stayed at Bass Lake near Yosemite, nice CG, would stay again. In Sequoia/Kings Canyon, we stayed at the Sunset CG in Kings Canyon NP--we loved it. We had to come in that way because of length restrictions on Sequoia's south entrance. We also stayed at the Anaheim RV Park--right next to Disneyland and not far from the Queen Mary(if you like ghost stories--this ship is for you). Valencia Travel Village is another big resort in Castaic---convenient if you want to see the sights of Hollywood or Malibu beach-nice drive through Malibu Canyon Rd. Leaving Yosemite, we went over Tioga Pass on 120 to 395. Great scenery in Northern California and awesome little towns like Bishop and Lone Pine. We can't wait to return someday.
greyhook 01/09/20 01:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campgrounds in Texas, specifically near Austin

We stayed at Pedernales Falls State Park this past summer. We loved it there. Very nice, quiet and scenic. It's about 42 miles west of Austin. They do have sites with electric and water. We chose this CG for it's proximity to the things we wanted to see like Hamilton Pool and Luckenbach. Hill country in Texas is the best.
greyhook 12/22/19 10:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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