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RE: Looking for revelstoke recommendations

there's also the KOA, not the greatest but there's a pool in the campground the kids may enjoy. We'e also stayed at the one N of Revy on the dam reservoir but the name escapes me at the moment. You are thinking of Martha Creek Prov. Park which is a very nice provincial park on the Lake Revelstoke reservoir. But no services and about 20 minutes north of Revelstoke.
morley 01/29/20 02:01pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Looking for revelstoke recommendations

Lamplighter for sure, really great owners, good location, lived in Revy for almost 25 years, lots to see and do. Take the kids on the Pipe Coaster at Revelstoke ski hill they will have a hoot. Great mountain biking, hiking sight seeing in the area. Pool at the recreation centre is second to none for the kids. Lots of great places to eat. Need any thing further PM me. Enjoy yourself, Morley
morley 01/28/20 09:32pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas to everyone far and wide and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2020. May everyone’s 2020 adventures whatever or where ever they may be, be safe, full of fun and satisfying.
morley 12/24/19 10:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV Parks near Crater Lake National Park

Collier Memorial for me also, we stayed there it is a great park and a nice drive to Crater Lake from there. Nice logging museum as pointed out previously.
morley 09/10/19 08:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2-3 Day Trip into Canada

Just a thought, I would cross at Nelway go up to Salmo west to Castlegar then back east to Nelson, north up to Ainsworth Hot Springs(very nice hot springs) on to Kaslo then back west to New Denver and north through Nakusp over the Galena Bay ferry and north to Revelstoke. Lamplighter campground in Revelstoke is very nice. Lots to see and do in Revelstoke, good restaurants, hiking, mountain biking, etc. Then east over the Rogers Pass to Golden and back south thru Radium, Fairmont Hot Springs, (a bit pricey but nice hot spring pools) then back south through Cranbrook and south from there to the American border on whatever route you so choose. PM me if you would like any further thoughts or ideas on this route. Very scenic route with lots to see and do along the way.Morley, thank you! This is quite the adventure! The ferry option was something we would have never considered. As long as we don't partake in too many hot springs, I believe this may be doable in 2-3 days :) The interior ferries are all free the one at Galena Bay and any other ones that you may take in the interior. Hopefully you will enjoy your short trip through the BC Kotenayies. If I can be of any other help please feel free to let me know. “ENJOY”
morley 07/26/19 09:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Monument Valley RV parks with electric?

Goulding's for sure, we drove Monument Valley ourselves in our pickup but it is a very rough road, but what you see is well worth the rough ride either in your vehicle or with the First Nations people. Do not miss Monument Valley it is truly inspirational.
morley 07/24/19 06:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2-3 Day Trip into Canada

Just a thought, I would cross at Nelway go up to Salmo west to Castlegar then back east to Nelson, north up to Ainsworth Hot Springs(very nice hot springs) on to Kaslo then back west to New Denver and north through Nakusp over the Galena Bay ferry and north to Revelstoke. Lamplighter campground in Revelstoke is very nice. Lots to see and do in Revelstoke, good restaurants, hiking, mountain biking, etc. Then east over the Rogers Pass to Golden and back south thru Radium, Fairmont Hot Springs, (a bit pricey but nice hot spring pools) then back south through Cranbrook and south from there to the American border on whatever route you so choose. PM me if you would like any further thoughts or ideas on this route. Very scenic route with lots to see and do along the way.
morley 07/24/19 12:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Moki Dugway, Should I try it?

We drove the Moki from top down with our 2009 pickup (no trailer) and it was fine, Muley Point is very rough to get to but worth it for the view.
morley 07/22/19 11:11am Roads and Routes
RE: Bring beer into Canada

We have many many many different brands and type of beer up here for you to try. We travel back and forth across the 49th many m at times as we have relatives in the USA and we also vacation / camp in the USA, so over the years we have had the odd ( grin) occasion of having booze at the boarder going north or south. The only reason I bring beer into the USA is if my Cuz in Oregon wants some her fav Canadian suds, other than that I have USA beer on board. Try some of our beers up here they are pretty good. Have a great time up here. Soup. Totally agree with Soup we have quite an array of craft beers along with those made by the breweries. With enough testing you will surely find one that you like. Enjoy your visit to our fabulous country.
morley 07/17/19 06:03pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Water Damage?

We had the same problem in 2 small areas of our wallpaper on the back of a dinette bench and the wall above(both in the slide out). What I did was cut the wallpaper straight down with an exacta knife peeled the loose wall paper back, reapplied some good quality Weldbond glue and replaced the folded wall paper back over the reglued area. It has held perfectly and you have to look very hard to see where the repair was done. The cut back and reglued area almost looks like the natural grain in the wallpaper. I did small areas at a time to accomplish this. The repair has stayed for over 2 years now. You may want to try a small area on one of your less visible walls to see if this might work for you. Good Luck.
morley 07/17/19 11:14am Travel Trailers
RE: Going to the Sun Road in Glacier NP

This is an experience that you should not miss, we drove from the west to the east in our truck. Beautiful scenery on the west side before the Road to the sun and the same on the east side around the south side of the park once you come down from the Road to the Sun. By going west to east you are on the mountain side of the road in almost 100% of the trip. The road is very narrow in some areas so being on the mountain side is where to be if you have any concerns. Having said that though the trip is a must do with to die for scenery looking up to where you are going and down from whence you came. Enjoy it is a beautiful trip.
morley 06/24/19 12:40pm Roads and Routes
RE: Camco RV Wall Clock

Thanks everyone for your comments and options, very much appreciated.
morley 06/19/19 10:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Camco RV Wall Clock

Wow, what a markup. Amazon.com sells it for $11.22. -Michael You are definitely correct Michael, just the difference in our dollar compared to yours and the better deals from Amazon.com.
morley 06/19/19 10:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Camco RV Wall Clock

a simple google search might reveal other options. you don't indicate a part number so i searched just on "camco rv wall clock" and found several sellers. walmart has it for $12. You are quite right Walmart.com has the clock at $12.00 our canadian walmart.ca has it at $30.00 plus dollars. Living north of 49th definitely has some disadvantages. Oh well at least we have the “Toronto Raptors”
morley 06/19/19 10:25am General RVing Issues
Camco RV Wall Clock

Does anyone have the Camco 43781 Wall Mounted RV clock as shown on Amazon.ca? Selling for $27.97 plus tax. Any comments or other options would be appreciated. Thanks, Morley
morley 06/18/19 06:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Travelling from Calgary to Vancouver

Try Lamplighter RV park in Revelstoke, Martha Creek Prov Park north of Revelstoke, Lamplighter has services, Martha Creek doesn’t.
morley 06/13/19 12:47pm Roads and Routes
RE: What brand of 5th wheel cover to purchase?

Our Adco fifth wheel cover is in its 10th year purchased in 2009. When I first put it on I was skeptical about how long it would last, but I was pleasantly surprised. Cover is usually on from November to mid March, sometimes have to shovel snow off of unit. Only problem so far is that one zipper has packed in but otherwise a really great cover for us. Drying before summer storage is a definite must.
morley 05/10/19 08:53am Fifth-Wheels
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