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RV Lot Sales sites for Arizona?

We're thinking about buying a deeded rv space in the Phoenix/Tucson area. Are there any websites that specialize in posting them? Or a list of parks that sell lots? Thanks in advance!
samuraitowd 09/08/20 01:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tucson to Olympia, WA

We’re in Reno but have done both ways. Tucson to Reno via Wickenburg/Vegas is an easy, scenic drive. Only about 4 stop signs/lights in 750 miles. From Reno we took 80 to 5 then all the way up. Again, very easy. Overnighted at a truck stop in Oregon. It rained in Or and WA but we found out with the class A we were above the spray and it was easier than driving a car!
samuraitowd 11/25/19 06:51pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tucson to Depoe Bay, Oregon

We drive Tucson/Reno quite a bit and Vegas is never a problem. I just leave about 6 car lengths so everyone can change lanes without being desperate. In 750 miles there are only about 4 stop signs. Very easy drive. Nevada roads are great. Then you can take I-80 to 5 or take 395 and angle over. We have found I-5 south of Sacramento very rough with heavy traffic.
samuraitowd 11/25/19 06:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: prevent fresh water from freezing

With our motorhome and cabover the damage has been in the toilet valve. I don't know how to prevent that for sure without totally draining the system after each outing. I dumped a gallon of RV antifreeze in the fresh water tank and ran the pump but never did see pink in the water after running the pump for a long time so don't know if the toilet valve is protected. Gave up and drained the whole thing. For actually using it in freezing weather, keep the furnace on.
samuraitowd 11/03/19 03:58pm Truck Campers
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