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RE: Southern Texas Campgrounds

Mustang Hollow Campground-Mathis, TX.--Its on Lake Corpus Christi. Has to be our favorite Campground in S. Texas. We had a site on the Lake-lots of space between sites-full hook-up-they make their own-homemade-pizza, to order. If in the area we definitely head there:)
lhenry8113 05/25/20 12:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: First visit to Quartzite

About once a month we spend a night in Quartzsite on the way to Tucson/Vail AZ.-usually stay at Holiday Palms-in a full hook-up site to drain/fill tanks and than on to Vail to our daughter and hubby's driveway. We have always liked Quartzsite.
lhenry8113 04/26/20 03:40pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: sold our class a

We sold our 5th wheel and bought a 24ft Class C-DW shares the driving on trips which is great-I can enjoy the scenery, relax, etc. Makes the drive more enjoyable for both of us.
lhenry8113 04/16/20 11:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which Roadside Assistance to select this year

We now have a Class C RV so would need assistance changing tires, etc.-we do carry a spare. Carry AAA RV Roadside Assistance. We travel distances and figure AAA is pretty much available everywhere in U.S.
lhenry8113 04/09/20 11:49am General RVing Issues
RE: driving from arizona to wa state

Last week drove from Vail, Az. to So. Calif.(Orange County) mostly on I 10. Very few private vehicles-mostly trucks and a lot of R.V's. Truck stops were all open-we stopped mostly at Pilot's truck stops-cheaper gas-and were able to buy bottled water, eggs, bread, etc. It was great driving-so much less traffic to deal with.
lhenry8113 04/04/20 11:30am Roads and Routes
RE: texas rv parks

In Mathis, Tx. there is a full hook-up campground we really liked-Mustang Hollow Campground-we had a site overlooking the Lake. If we are ever in the area again it would be a definite stop-just to kick back and relax, unwind, etc.
lhenry8113 03/12/20 12:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Register M/H in Calif

I would try to keep it registered in Az.--Ca. fees are extremely high as you probably know.
lhenry8113 03/07/20 11:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Looks like we're comin back.

Great to see your Post. About a year ago we replaced the 5th wheel with a small(24 ft.) Class C. It's great-self contained-can go anywhere. Lars
lhenry8113 03/02/20 07:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tucson, Az.

Thanks to All for the input-have traveled through the area but never stayed for any period of time. Daughter and family bought home/property in Vail.
lhenry8113 02/22/20 11:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Tucson, Az.

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lhenry8113 02/21/20 11:40am Forum Posting Help and Support
Tucson, Az.

Any suggestions on full hook-up campgrounds in S. Tucson to Vail, Az. areas. We have KOA, Good Sam, FMCA and Passport America. We will be visiting folks in Vail. Will be traveling in a smaller Class C with no Toad. Thanks, Lars
lhenry8113 02/21/20 11:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where can a friend go to find a good used Travel Trailer?

My advice would be to go to a Dlr. Most Dlr. will check out a Unit and put a limited warranty on it. Also, they will not keep it on their lot to sell if it's got problems. Than offer them 25-30% off the asking price.
lhenry8113 02/15/20 11:56am Travel Trailers
RE: 24’ Class C. Chevy 4500 or Ford 450?

We have a 2017 24ft Forest River Forester LE Class C with a Chevy V8-6.0-gas engine. It's on a 450 chassis. Purposely bought the Chevy w/gas engine. Reasons: Wanted Something my D.W. could drive, Chevy has more leg room(in footwell) and emits less heat(from engine/trans) into passenger compartment, Has 55 gas gas tank, pretty easy to get maintenance just about anywhere. The 6.0 gas engine has proven to be a reliable work horse over the years and most shops are familiar with it.
lhenry8113 02/02/20 12:18pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 4 season camping

Definitely check out Arctic Fox by Northwood Mfg., in La Grande, Or. They have been making 4 season RV's for years.
lhenry8113 01/22/20 10:48am Travel Trailers
RE: What is a good camp stove to buy now days?

Weber Baby Q-used ours for years.
lhenry8113 01/15/20 05:28pm Beginning RVing
RE: Newbie here. Maybe wrong forum but here goes.

We recently bought a used (2017)smaller Class C-24ft. It's a Forest River Forester LE- 2251SLE. Particularly wanted a 450 Chevy chassis with gas engine-has a 6.0 gas engine. About a month after purchase my wife and I (plus dog) took it on a 1600 mile trip-1 way. Very easy to drive-easy to set up- easy to park. It's easier to take on short trips with enough room for longer trips. Also, being smaller I can keep it in my driveway, plugged in and always ready to go.
lhenry8113 12/08/19 12:41pm Beginning RVing
RE: Switching to Class C

We went from an F250 CC Diesel lg. bed pulling a 32ft Arctic Fox 5'vr to a 24 ft. Forest River Forester LE Class C, 450 Chevy chassis, 6.0 gas V8 engine. Bought from a Dlr.-was 1 year old and had 7000 miles on it. So much easier to set up, to drive, to park-don't need a toad cause we cam pretty much take it anywhere we could our F250. If we do need additional transportation we use Uber or rent a car. Biggest draw back is lack of storage. Biggest plus is now my D.W can and will drive it and being able to park it just about anywhere.
lhenry8113 11/10/19 06:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: tires/snow rating / not worry? / chains are solution?

My understanding is if you have a 4x4 with Snow or M/S tires you still are required to carry chains by H.P. if there are snow or icy road conditions. On Highway 18 going to Big Bear or Lake Arrowhead in snow or icy conditions H.P. sets up road blocks to individually check vehicles-ones without the proper tires and chains are not allowed to continue up the MTN.
lhenry8113 10/22/19 11:59am General RVing Issues
RE: What do you leave behind when gone for the day?

To put a different twist to this-I arrived at an RV campground in B.C.-went into the office to check in and make final payment for site-had all ready put a credit card deposit down-and sign paperwork. Went to reserved site and there was another RV in it-totally hooked up. Went back to office to find out what was going on-they had a 1:00 PM vacate site policy. The previous renter's RV was still there but the owners were not. It was hot-mid afternoon-and we were tired. Office said the site should be vacant-there were no other sites available. They tried to reach RV owners-no luck. Thankfully, the owners came back about 6:30 P.M.-gave the office some excuse for still being there-unhooked and left. It was a tough afternoon and evening. Office was apologetic. We moved into site and that was that.
lhenry8113 09/14/19 12:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: Decisions

We have done exactly what you are thinking of doing. Sold the Arctic Fox 5'vr and bought a small Class C-used. It's a 2017 Forest River Forester LE with a Chevy 450 chassis and gas engine. Wanted a Chevy cause had heard/read a lot of complaints of heat coming through floorboards from engine/exhaust/etc. into front passenger seating area from Ford. Also, wanted slightly used Class C hoping the majority of issues/problems had been ironed by previous owner and would still be under warranties if something did pop up. It is about 24ft.- easy to drive and can take it anywhere. If the occasion did a pop up to not take the R.V. we used Uber and Enterprise-lot easier than a toad.
lhenry8113 07/05/19 04:55pm Class C Motorhomes
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