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RE: Masseys Landing DE

We've been there several times. I really wanted to like this place but just can't quite come away with a completely satisfied just seems like there is a lot of unrealized potential there but they are still growing and building so that could be it. It is indeed very expensive but the facilities are nice and it must have cost a fortune to develop it in that location. I think it comes down to what you are looking for. It's a nice place to bring a boat and fish or crab...they rent slips for larger boats and you can kayak right from their shores. It's a poor choice if your main purpose is going to the beach. With traffic the ocean beaches are 30-45 minutes away. Technically there is a beach there in the bay at the campground but it's a poor attempt.
johnwalkerpa1 02/23/20 12:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traveling through the Appalachian Mountains

What part of Ohio? Although it would be the long way around, you could cut over and pickup I-75 but that would really only make sense if you'd be heading toward Cincinnati. In reality, though, you have to cross the mountains somewhere. Did you have a bad experience before that makes you reluctant? You should be fine taking 64 or 77 through West Virginia. I'd venture to say your travels in the north Georgia mountains on secondary roads may be more technically difficult than crossing the mountains on the interstates.
johnwalkerpa1 01/17/20 08:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: Down a truly rough road in my class C?

Aside from breakover angles, width and overhead hazards, I’ll wager that any road that you got through with a Ford Taurus and didnt bottom out hard or repeatedly will be fine for what is essentially a 1 ton dually truck. I was thinking the same thing....a Ford Taurus is not exactly what I'd consider to be a premier off or rough road vehicle :)
johnwalkerpa1 12/27/19 10:02pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Home Storage

You might get away with that in Alabama, or coastal Carolinas, but in Michigan.....No way..... please's not hard and you'll save yourself a boatload of trouble!
johnwalkerpa1 11/02/19 08:36pm Beginning RVing
RE: Grand Canyon 2020

My personal opinion on the Grand Canyon is this... 1. If it's your first trip, you probably want the south rim. While I like the north rim best, there is much more to see and do on the south side. Most of the classic images are from the south side. 2. If there is any way to go to the south side other than in June, July and August, its better.... June-Aug can be a zoo. But, still....refer to # 1 above. 3. Even if you are not a hard core hiker....go at least a little way down below the rim on one of the trails. It's a whole new experience down inside. Just know your limits and ability to climb back out...but even a short distance down gives you a taste.
johnwalkerpa1 09/27/19 07:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Leveling Jacks pro & con

We have Bigfoot jacks and like them a lot. The only downside is 1. Cost 2. If you are already on marginal terms with your OCCC, the jacks add weight Also, while it is true that they help considerably with movement and bounce, don't expect them to eliminate it completely. They won't.
johnwalkerpa1 09/18/19 01:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Where to buy LP gas?

I always just get mine at campgrounds. It's often not the cheapest place but I use such a small amount that I'm more interested in convenience than cost.
johnwalkerpa1 05/06/19 02:39pm Beginning RVing
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