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  1. Will be headed East out of Vancouver in July along TCH and looking for suggestions on Campgrounds in the Lake Louise area or west to Kamloops area. Traveling in 40ft with toad, Electric preferred but no essential. Any suggestions on central location for best scenery, possible on lake.
  2. I have encountered no issues with burning furnace while traveling. If temps permit, i will instead run Gen Set and roof unit on Heat Pump mode and kept coach toasty. Ambient (outside) temp needs to be 38 or so but still plenty of times this is the case and dash unit just not enough.
  3. read some time ago about using Ridex periodically to clean black tank but can't seem to find thread on forum. even after using water flush system seem to have debris on sensor getting a false reading even when I am sure the tank is empty. Any thoughts or comments on benefit of filling a clean tank with water and dumping recommended amount of Ridex in tank and driving around for a while then letting is sit for few days before dumping and flushing tank.
  4. Nansue 58, If it works ok on electric but not on propane, and it has not been on propane in a while, may be that propane bleed off and there is air in the line. if so, igniter will attempt to light up to 3 times, and if no flame present, lock out. Try purging the line by turning on closest gas appliance, then turn fridge off, then on again to restart sequence. Listen outside to see if you can hear the igniter spark, then the flame. may still take a time or two. Remember that the fan will run and sound like fridge is working even if flame is not on.
  5. agreed on the time of year. September is great time. photos above from mid September trip
  6. Monument Valley (Goulding) at least 2 days and Zion ( Watchman) for 4 days are must stays. Bryce canyon a must see. Two days if hiking thru formations but can make a day trip from Zion if time is tight. Regret not making it to Arches. Monument valley Zion Bryce Great trip in 2016
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    BUYING NEW TIRES

    I was not pleased with original Goodyears. Replaced with Michelin and very pleased with ride and handling. Worth the difference in price. no experience with the Toyos but hear good things.
  8. Jeep specifically states in owners manual for wrangler and liberty models "Do not tow on dolly" must be towed 4 down or on trailer. Besides, much easier 4 down.
  9. if going to final 4, might look at KOA in San Antonio. Just right around the corner perhaps not more than a mile away. (assuming they are playing where the spurs play)
  10. Agree with all said above. Don't know if "source" of heat is microwave or electric element but keep in mind that when on convection, you may use metal rack or pans, so perhaps not microwave. We use ours both ways, frequently in the course of the same meal. will bake in convection, then take out food and rack, then use the microwave to cook something else being careful to remember that the interior surface and the rack is still hot, unlike a mw only oven. we have baked cakes, pies, bread, pizza, scalloped potatoes, oven roasted veggies all using convection.
  11. Zion for sure. Watchman Campground at western entrance is one of the few national park cg's that has electric hook up(30A) From there you can do day trip to Bryce or spend several days there. Depending on size of your Rig, might want to avoid the tunnel in between. Arches another good stop. Also look to get over to Monument Valley in the southeastern corner of UT. Goulding Campground a good possibility. Zion Goulding Zion Goulding CG overlooking Valley Monument Valley
  12. So, no one has actually camped in a Yosemite NP campground with 40ft unit?
  13. Monument Valley, Gouldings, and Zion, Watchman. Made Bryce a day trip out of Zion.
  14. DW and I are planning a west cost trip in late summer 2018 and planning to spend a few days in Yosemite. We love staying in national park campgrounds and have stayed in numerous where the posted length is 35' with our 40' unit and the toad and still kept all tires on the pavement. Yes, that included Mather in Grand Canyon. I see several sites in Lower Pines CG that are 35' range but the big question is maneuvering thru the campground as well as obstacles on a particular site. Also depends if park refuses to allow larger units. Has anyone with 40 footer had any experience there or have suggestions for private options not so far out of park that don't seem like parking lots? Additionally, does non weekend in September tend to be less crowded or is it about the same regardless?
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