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Photomike

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Posted: 09/17/20 07:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This forum is so dead.

I miss the trip reports from the other forums when I had different RV's. Here is my last trip with my van on the September long weekend.

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September Long Trip Report

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Thanks for
No. I did complete my sentence.

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That link doesn't work





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Posted: 09/17/20 09:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

K Charles wrote:

That link doesn't work

Try This
https://youtu.be/Uy3Zt78dXIc


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Posted: 09/19/20 04:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This forum is dead - thanks for posting!

You got lucky to take pictures of the new snow - very nice.

I'd be interested to hear about your freeze dried dinner packets - like brand, where you get them, etc. Keeping the pantry stocked is a great idea.


Oh - and thanks IAMICHABOD for fixing the link...


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Mike,
Thanks for the Video! I enjoyed the photos and seeing your van,
we have a regular top GMC Savana van that I built out and we use it for short trips 1 to 2 days and for longer trips we tow our 17' Casita trailer with it.


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The link should be fixed. it worked on my end of things but not when I signed out of Youtube.

Thanks for fixing it!!

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J herb wrote:

Mike,
Thanks for the Video! I enjoyed the photos and seeing your van,
we have a regular top GMC Savana van that I built out and we use it for short trips 1 to 2 days and for longer trips we tow our 17' Casita trailer with it.


I have thought of a trailer. A Casita, Escape, or Bigfoot would be my choice in the 18 - 20 foot size.

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pasusan wrote:

This forum is dead - thanks for posting!

You got lucky to take pictures of the new snow - very nice.

I'd be interested to hear about your freeze dried dinner packets - like brand, where you get them, etc. Keeping the pantry stocked is a great idea.


Oh - and thanks IAMICHABOD for fixing the link...


I have used all the brands out there. My favorite right now is Happy Yak (made in Canada) followed by Wise and Mountain House. I have used Mountain House for YEARS and they may not be a gourmet brand but they are not horrible either. Locally a couple of the outside stores sell them or if you need a quantityy you can order on-line.

On another site, someone mentioned a brand of Freeze-Dried Hashbrowns that Costco sells that are suppose to be AMAZING!!! I need to get a box of them.

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