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    • ahhh US61 that was what I was looking for thanks trailertraveler 
    • hi Kirk can you tell me what towns/road names/numbers  the Natchez trace goes through and where it starts and ends etc as I really would love to include some of that in my route and we need to stay over for a night in some place too, its looks amazing...definitely our sort of place to visit 
    • This has only happened a few times at campgrounds, but it has me wondering about some campground's water systems. Here's what happens: I connect to campground water system and fill up my water tank. Then I switch on my water pump so that I get great water pressure. However, I leave the RV connected to campground water just in case my water tank runs dry. (Then I'd turn off my water pump and use campground water.) 99 times out of 100 this setup works fine. My water tank drains as I use water and then I fill it up again. Easy peasy. However, a few times, like today, my water pump keeps running (unbeknownst to me) and drains my water tank -- and not into my holding tank. Bad/missing back flow valve in campground?
    • If you take the Great River Road (US-61) instead of the Interstate, you will go through or near Tunica, Vicksburg and Natchez which all have things to see and do. Vicksburg would be about half way between Memphis and New Orleans. You can explore parts of the Natchez Trace Parkway. US-61 is also known as the Blues Highway. Depending on the flood stage of the River, you may be able to stay at one or more of several parks right on the river where you can see the barges going up and down the Mississippi.
    • and another question...... I seriously am losing the will to live trying to find a nice RV park around the Ventura area of California that will accept a one night stay.... I have been looking for hours now and every park says a minimum of two night...this is purely because by the time we pick up the RV and shop for everything we need for 6 weeks and purchase bikes it will be late and we won't want to be getting on the road at night...any recommends greatly accepted...we only want sites with hook ups so we can get used to everything before the big push....