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  1. LindaH

    Bug Out Bag

    Thanks, Jack! From just a quick perusal of the document, it looks like I have a lot of the stuff assembled already, but there were a couple of things I hadn't thought of, so I emailed the document to myself to explore in depth later.
  2. LindaH

    Bug Out Bag

    Thanks for all the ideas, folks. My main purpose for a BOB is if we have to leave the house or the RV in case of emergency -- like a fire. I'm not really looking at an "end of the world as we know it" scenario.
  3. LindaH

    Bug Out Bag

    I know this subject has been discussed here before, but I wasn't able to find it on a search. I'm in the process of gathering all the information needed for a bug out bag. I've scanned items like driver's licenses, credit cards, passports, etc. to a thumb drive. Haven't yet done so, but will be scanning items like the titles for our car and house, marriage certificate, etc. We'll also be making extra keys to our house, car, and RV to keep in the bag. For those of you with bug out bags, 1) Do you keep the original documents in your bag, or only scanned copies on a thumb drive? 2) If you keep original documents in your bag, what do you put them in so that they don't get wet, crumpled, etc.? 3) What type of bag do you use? I've seen all types of bug out bags (mostly the backpack type) that come with a lot of things, most of which wouldn't be relevant to us.
  4. Have you looked at the Desert Fox made by Northwood (Arctic Fox, Nash)? They have a couple that are under 30'. Their longest is 32'. https://northwoodmfg.com/toy-haulers/desert-fox/
  5. Looks like BulletSaloon edited their original post and replaced it with the shorter question.
  6. We had the JT Strongarm stabilizers installed on a fifth wheel we had. They did a very good job of stabilizing the rig, even when the washing machine was in the spin cycle.
  7. Hmmm...the OP has not visited here since s/he posted on June 7.
  8. As Barb said, you can register your vehicles by MAIL. No need to even go to Texas.
  9. No, I have no interest in an ERPU site. I was just curious as to why Dream Catcher is no longer listed as having ERPU sites since I know they used to have them.
  10. Look for a Class C with sleeping arrangements over the cab and a dedicated bed in the back for both of the adult couples (you'll have to flip a coin to determine which couple gets which sleeping space ). The girls can sleep on the dinette which converts into a bed.
  11. The Rainbow Park in Deming, NM used to have ERPU sites. Do you know why they no longer do?
  12. They do. It's called the Boomers. (Although you don't *have* to be over 55 -- but most are -- and you don't *have* to be fulltimers -- but probably the majority are.)
  13. We usually boondock, but occasionally stay in an RV park. Whether or not we make reservations depends on the circumstances. When traveling from one place to another, we normally don't...we just pull in early in the day (by 2 or 3). But there are times when we do make reservations. For example, we had a wedding to attend in Oregon south of Portland this spring and we did make reservations at an RV park because there was really no place to boondock for 4-5 days in the area. We also are attending a high school graduation in Tacoma and we made advance reservations there, too, because again, there's no place to boondock for several days in the area.
  14. Each year there is a discussion on traveling to Alaska in the Travel forum. Here is this year's discussion: Alaska 2019 You can search in the Travel forum for other years' discussions by search for "Alaska 20xx."
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