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RE: Greenhorn driving from NY to Az

We are members of Good Sam and KOA. Good Sam sponsors about 2500 campgrounds throughout the U.S. Rate the campgrounds for security, cleanliness, amenities, etc. I think to join G.S. about 50.00 per year. At their recommended campgrounds-members get 10% discount. KOA is about the same-but not as many campgrounds. Well worth it.
lhenry8113 01/28/23 07:00pm Coast to Coast
RE: One night boondock at Quartzsite

If you get a chance-stop by Silly Al's Pizza for a beer and pizza-on Main St.
lhenry8113 01/21/23 07:41pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Help with trip planning from San Diego to San Francisco

If you can make the time-stop at Flying Flags RV Campground, in Buellton, Ca. and than visit Solvang, Ca.- a Danish village. Well worth the time. We always eat breakfast at Ellen's Cafe near the campground and get their Danish pancake breakfast. In Solvang-the homemade Danish pastry is to die for. This is always a definite must stop for us.
lhenry8113 10/12/22 07:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: We've come full circle back to a "C"

Years ago, we started tent camping with the kids. Than, bought an Arctic Fox 5'er w/bunks and pretty much camped the W. coast sometimes w/kids-sometimes without. Kids grew up-we bought a larger Arctic Fox 5'vr and took it on trips-So. Ca. to Yukon Terr., Etc. Now we are seniors and have a 25ft. Class C w/Chevy 450 chassis and V-8 gas engine. We can just take the C for out for an afternoon, for a weekend, or for a trip and now my wife will drive. Has made camping a lot more enjoyable and easier for both of us.
lhenry8113 10/05/22 01:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Rotten egg smell, again???

House battery burning up-check water level.
lhenry8113 09/27/22 11:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need Assistance Before Check in

A few years ago we stayed at Mustang Hollow Campground-Mathis, Texas. Originally we planned for 1 night-ending up staying 4 nights. We had a site by/overlooking the Lake-it was 30 AMP/full hook up. They make and sell homemade pizza, at the office. The management was great-the sites were big with grass, trees, etc. Campground was super clean. If we were ever in the area again-would definitely head for that campground.
lhenry8113 09/20/22 11:02am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: looking to upgrade

Have you looked at Arctic Fox/Wolf Creek TC's made by Northwood Mfg., in Oregon. They have been around for years and made as a 4 seasons camper.
lhenry8113 09/16/22 11:14am Truck Campers
RE: Changing oil.

WE have a smaller Class C with a Chevy 450 chassis and V8 gas engine. Take it to local MasterLube.
lhenry8113 09/08/22 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: In need of opinions, thank you

We have a 24ft. Forest River Forester Class C- LE-model 2251LE-with a Chevy 450 chassis and a 6.0 Chevy gas engine. Wanted to get the Chevy because we had read stories about the smaller footwell-passenger side- in the Fords. Also, a number of complaints of engine/exhaust heat coming up through the floorboard of the Ford chassis-mainly on the passenger side. Previously we had a 29 5T Arctic Fox 5th wheel-about 30ft.-towed by an F250 diesel. Love the C- my wife can/will drive it now. Easy to get around in-easy to park-it's totally self-contained-don't need a Toad-we just take the C wherever we need or want to go. Generally, we get 9-11 mpg
lhenry8113 07/14/22 04:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Looking at class c questions on maintenance

We always take our Class C to our local MasterLube-for oil changes, lubes, etc. Their facility has a walk/work space underneath the vehicle. Our Class C is on a Chevy 4500 chassis with 6.0 gas engine-about 25 ft.
lhenry8113 06/28/22 12:11pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Best RV route Palm Springs, CA to Denison Texas

We take I 10 toward Phoenix-than before Phoenix we take bypass at Buckeye to Gila Bend-than back to I 10 South.
lhenry8113 03/20/22 07:34pm Roads and Routes
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