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  1. Well we left our trailer behind! This video is slightly different, as we take a weekend trip with out our trailer. Headed up to Sequoia National Forest and the Trail of 100 Giants. My parents have had a cabin up in Wofford Heights California for quite a while now and we decided it would make for a great get away. What do you do to get out of your trailer? Do you feel the need to change it up? The Trail of 100 Giants is an absolutely amazing place. There is a small parking lot and in November it was quite busy. For a $5.00 fee you can park, use the toilets and walk the well maintained paved path.
  2. This video is action packed! RV Living at it's finest, boondocking with friends, beautiful California desert and Prerunning. There's a little bit of everything in this one. We even break our truck! This video is about our journey to meet up with friends at their annual desert trip, Desert Palooza 2019. This event has been going strong for 15 years, out in Jawbone Canyon CA. Along with all of that we show your one of our tips for fueling up with a large rig, give a few more details on our Grill that so many people keep asking about and of course we take you along for the ride while we go desert prerunning. Hope you enjoy the video!
  3. Come along as we explore a few different areas along the 395 HWY in California. Rv living allows us the freedom to travel where ever our hearts, by simply following the weather and maintaining a strong cellular signal. While camping north of Bishop California we head into town to explore there small shops and grab some coffee. The following day we wake up pretty early to make the trek north up the 395 to Ruby Lake Trail Head. The hike ends up being a perfect day hike in an extremely beautiful area. On our drive back to camp/home we decide to hitch up and head south back to Fossil Falls for the night. They have a small campsite that is VERY primitive, but only $6 a night.
  4. In this video we show you how we converted our standard toy hauler ramp door into a patio/porch. Many of these ramp's come like this from the factory but our 2017 Keystone Carbon did not have that option. So we decided to add it ourselves. We are by no means professionals, this is just a simple way we converted our toy hauler ramp into a patio. Now we have a dual purpose ramp, we can load up our toys and then set it into patio mode. Make sure you use hardware strong enough for you exact trailer and configuration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sChWxAt2mLY
  5. We are having more fun on the water. Jet skiing, paddle boarding and picking up floating river trash! Pirate Cove Resort is pretty amazing they have everything you could ask for. If you hang around till the end of this video you can see the amazing sunsets the area has to offer. We also give a quick resort summary/ review! Our thoughts on the place, let us know if you have any questions! Hope you enjoy the video!
  6. ✪✪✪In this video✪✪✪ We head to the Colorado River with friends for a long hot weekend. This is a family trip that our friends do every year and we happen to keep getting invited! While we were there the temperatures were ranging from 100-120 degrees! It's safe to say that we had to get a little creative considering that our trailer only has one A/C unit. This video has so much fun packed in, boating, volleyball, swimming and much more.↩ Also stick around till the very end, we save a Prius! From a sand pit, our friends took a wrong turn at night. We ended up going on a rescue mission! Hope you enjoy the video!
  7. We drove all the way across the country for a wedding! Dang we clean up nice, we are ready for wedding festivities. Congratulations Matt and Natalie! The following day we install some Air Lift airbags that are much needed. We hope the bags level the truck, as well as help with chucking. The install is quite simple, especially when you have a garage like my dad's! Hope you enjoy this video, have you installed air bags?
  8. We do a walk through of the Keystone Carbon 364 Toy Hauler (38' 3 slides). This is pretty significant for us because we have been looking into a new rig for awhile. There have been a few issues that have been adding up with our 2015 Keystone Cougar 313 ril and we thought our stay in our home town of Simi Valley would be a great time to take a look at new rigs. Here's a list of the issues we are having with our current rig. 1. Separate office space. 2. on board generator. 3. Fresh water capacity. 4. Good storage area for our bikes. 5. A place for quests to stay when visiting. 6.Being able to easily walk around the bed. There are a few others things that we have considered also, this is just a walk through. When RVing full-time smaller problems often seem as larger ones, so we figured we should address them as soon as possible. Also buying your first rig is extremely stressful and you can never find everything you want. Hope you enjoy the video!
  9. We pull out of our dispersed camping location near Mammoth Lakes California. It was not too bad getting out of our spot, having a larger 5th wheel we ALWAYS need to be careful of our over head height. While on the drive home we reflect and talk about how we feel about being back. We hit the road in order to see what this country had to offer. Melissa and myself have never left our home town for longer than a couple weeks, this was quite the experience. Returning to our home town of Simi Valley California we have a mixed bag of emotions. Hope you enjoy the video and please stay tuned into to the channel to see what happens with our full-timing lifestyle!!
  10. Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is quite amazing, lot's of sage brush and rolling hills. We stop here for a quick night , the higher elevation helps with the extreme summer heat. In the morning we bring the drone up real quick just to take a look around. After 6 months we are finally back in California it's a strange feeling, it's the longest we have ever been away from California and our home town of Simi Valley. We find a great boondocking spot inside Inyo National forest just a 10 minute drive from Mammoth Lakes CA. While we are there for only a week, we get a bit too relaxed with our water supply and end up running out! Hope you enjoy this video!
  11. My toad was rear ended - total loss. No one was hurt, fortunately, but I need a replacement to tow behind my motorhome. Hoping to find a toad all set to go in Northern California. levye1@hotmail.com
  12. It's the hottest, driest place in North America, and the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. Yet if you look hard enough, you can spot signs of life everywhere in Death Valley, life that has adapted to this harsh climate. While we're not the biggest fans of national parks, we loved Death Valley, and Episode 77 is our most ambitious video undertaking yet. Just by leaving asphalt, you can easily leave the crowds behind and have a solitary experience in this spectacular desert landscape. We camp at the luxurious Nevada Treasure RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada while we visit Dante's View, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Furnace Creek, Badwater Basin, Artist's Palette,Titus Canyon, Leadfield and The Racetrack in Death Valley National Park to see the famed Sailing Stones, as well as the ghost town of Rhyolite and wild burros in Beatty, both outside the park:
  13. Rose Parade HOP Pasadena Tournament of Roses December 27, 2018 – January 3, 2019 Come with us and experience the behind-the-scenes magic of the legendary Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, and have your fairy tale come true! See how these beautiful, award-winning floats are created, and even help decorate them! Enjoy the vibrant, extravagance of the aromatic flowers and the rich smell of the cocoa and coffee beans. In VIP setting, relax and enjoy Equestfest. See the beautiful horses outfitted in stunning parade attire. Watch talented riders perform trick-riding, precision drills and amazing rope tricks. Visit the stables and learn about the different breeds of horses. Get up close. Talk with the riders and take pictures; enjoy the vendors, the music and the food court! Listen to the beautiful music of the marching bands during Bandfest. You will quickly see why these outstanding bands have been chosen to participate in the 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade. At the Showcase of Floats, you can walk within a few feet of all the floats and see the meticulous workmanship that went into each one. You can ask questions of the Tournament volunteers located near each float. Escapees has a wonderful time lined up for you, so expect to have a fun-filled week! The Rose Parade is such a unique experience, and sharing it with fellow Escapees makes it even more special. Come with us, meet amazing friends, and take away new lifetime memories at the most-watched parade in the world! If attending this legendary parade is on your bucket list, then jump onboard and join Escapees for the 130th Tournament of Roses, where this year’s theme is “The Melody of Life.” Registration includes: · 7 nights, full hookups at a nice RV park · VIP seating at the Rose Parade · VIP seating at the Equestfest · Equestfest welcome souvenirs · Entrance into the Float Decorating · Entrance into the Bandfest · Entrance into the Showcase of Floats · Entrance into the Ronald Reagan Library with a docent led tour · HOP welcome bag · New Year’s Eve dinner** · Catered dinners** · Transportation by motor coach to all events · Souvenir HOP name badge · Souvenir Rose Parade program · Souvenir Rose Parade pin · Your HOP hosts · Gratuities · And much more! Subject to change. Rain or shine. This HOP includes considerable walking; please wear comfortable walking shoes. **Special dietary requests cannot be accommodated. RV Park You will be staying in a beautiful country setting with full hookups. If you have Escapees friends that you would like to park near, please let us know. Once you register for the HOP, you will receive all pertinent information at that time. Payment Options When registering for this HOP, you may pay half upon registration and make monthly payments. The balance is due 60 days prior to the event. Ask the HOP department about the payment option. Note: Non-Escapees members are welcome to attend a land or cruise HOP. There will be a $50.00 charge for non-members. If you join Escapees, the $50.00 will be waived. To join the Escapees RV Club or ask about prices, please call toll-free, at: 888-757-2582. Prices for this HOP Two-person rig: $1,990.00 Additional person: $695.00 One-person rig: $995.00 To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873 Or, email: hopinfo@escapees.com After registering You will receive a confirmation letter with all the pertinent information. Please, make sure Escapees has your current email address on file. View upcoming HOPs: https://www.escapees.com/fun/hops Visit the HOP Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EscapeesHOPs View the HOP cancellation policy: https://www.escapees.com/fun/hops/cancellation-policy Discussion Forum: Escapees has an informative discussion forum. To access the forum, go to http://www.rvnetwork.com. Escapees Club News: The HOPs or any Escapees RV Club information can be sent to you through the Club News. Stay informed with important club updates, advocacy issues and promotion items. If you would like to stay updated, click: https://www.escapees.com/club-benefits, then click the sign-up button on the left-hand side. Cancellation Insurance Cancellation Insurance must be purchased within 10 business days of the purchase of this HOP. If you or a family member has a pre-existing medical condition, you might consider purchasing cancellation insurance. Insurance can also help with covering other unexpected emergencies. You can get more information about this insurance, such as pricing and coverage, by calling the Escapees Travel Agency, 855-757-8881 or email them at eta@escapees.com. Physical Needs for HOP Escapees Inc. will attempt to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled attendees when it is within our control. Please advise us of any special needs as early as possible so we can make arrangements. By attending this event, you are agreeing to the following: As an attendee, you assume all risk and danger relating to your personal property, and your RV and your attendance at the HOP event, whether occurring prior to, during or after the event. In the event of loss or theft, no claim will be made upon Escapees, its volunteers, employees or agents. Volunteers may be directing and assisting you in your parking areas. However, it is the driver of the vehicle who is ultimately responsible for avoiding obstacles or dangerous situations and is solely responsible for any damage to one’s property or the property of others. As an attendee at this event, you are granting your permission to be filmed, videotaped, audiotaped, or photographed, and granting the full use without compensation. See you at the HOP! Lisa Koca HOP Director/RV Show Director www.escapees.com/fun/hops www.facebook.com/escapeeshops For Cruise HOPs, call: Escapees Travel Agency 855-757-8881 (Toll Free) Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Drive Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582
  14. Jojoba Hills in Aguanga, CA, is one of our favorite places to stay... ever! We'll be heading that way to stay our four week max beginning the second week of February (we were there in January of 2016). When we leave, we want to head north toward Park of the Sierras near Coarsegold, CA. On the way, my wife wants to spend some time seeing the coast. We (I guess I should say "I") pull a 36' fifth wheel and my wife follows in a Toyota. I have traveled the coastal highway(s), but many, many years ago (the last time in the early '80s... in a '65 Mustang convertible, no less!). From memory and what I've read on the various forums, much of the coastal roads (? 101, Hwy 1, etc.) are not routes one would want to take with a large towable. My questions are these: between Temecula and Vandenberg AFB, how wise is it to pull the rig on I-15/I-210 to get on 101 up to VAFB? From VAFB, is 101 over to Paso Robles OK? If it's a no-go on both of these routes, where would you recommend staying to make day trips over to the coast in the car? I have disc brakes on the fiver and an engine brake on the truck, but I really don't enjoy white knuckle driving or having traffic stack up behind me on two-lane roads. Your experience and input are valuable! Thanks, Rob
  15. My partner Rhapsody & I are heading out on a journey from South East Texas (beginning of June 2016) westward through New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, California & landing in southwestern Oregon for an event in July 2016 in our BFT powered RV & are wondering if we can connect with WVO burners along the way who can provide filtered & dewatered (preferably centrifuged) Waste Vegetable Oil. Let me know if you can help us not burn dino-fuel for this trip. Thanks!
  16. Hello everyone. I hope this is the correct place to put this. I will be going to school (MBA) for a year in Escondido, CA and live in AZ. My school cost is pretty much covered, but the issue is rent. Quite expensive in that area. I have been considering boondocking, as this is my goal anyway-full timing in an RV. So here are my concerns and questions. Please let me know what you think, advise, etc. I have a dog-an 80lb shepherd mix. Very well trained, rarely barks, very housebroken... she is my best buddy and there is NO way I will give her to anyone else. I don't have an RV yet. I drive a Toyota FJ Cruiser (5,000lb tow rating). I would like a Class C motorhome, but unless it's a diesel it won't tow the 4,800lb FJ on a trailer (can't flat tow an FJC). So I am looking at alternatives. I have considered a travel trailer until I can afford perhaps a used diesel Super C. My concerns are leaving my dog in the trailer/rv while I am in class. From what I understand classes are in the afternoon/evening so I am thinking leaving some windows open with running fantastic fan vents on solar could work, along with perhaps an app on my phone to remotely monitor temperature in the camper. On days where I have to go to LA I can put Jedda in a doggie day care. Has anyone here done this? Any suggestions/advice? Thanks!
  17. Last year we did the Great Lakes and this year we are doing the West Coast. We have spent lots of time in the past 5 years in Oregon and Washington and will be returning there but we decided to start in our old home town of San Diego and travel north. We left the Co-op park Kofa in Yuma on February 22. We are still seeing lighthouses and enjoying the magnificent coast line of California. Follow along with us by reading our blog: www.Mytripjournal.com/OnTheRoadWithRickAndKaren Hope you enjoy it. Safe travels everyone Karen
  18. $49,7000 - $155.00 monthly maintenance fee includes W/S/T, Pool, Spa & RV Storage, Community Room. 2015 Tax: Mobile $66.14 (after exemption) Land $376.00. Management is by a 6 member Board of Directors elected by the membership. americanbedouins@gmail.com or Judith at 318-451-5203. Very clean and comfortable, easy floor-plan, plenty of storage, 2 Bed/2Bath, 24x53 mobile home fully painted inside and out 2015. Carpet (LR/2BR) Laminate (DR/K/FR/Hall, Vinyl Baths/Laundry. Gas 5 burner cook top, gas oven & dryer, electric washer, refrigerator, dishwasher, central heat (gas) air, 3 ceiling fans, covered carport for two vehicles, shed, shaded porch/patio, landscaped front and side with automatic drip system. Similar to SKP Co-Op, Yucaipa Land Yacht Harbor, Inc, was originally established as an Airstream Community with 67 lots. Google Map address, 12618 3rd Street, Yucaipa, Ca., 92399. All prospective Shareowners must own a self-contained and operable recreational vehicle (and tow vehicle for towable RV's) any make and manufacture, for at least one year prior to application with the intent of future RV travel. At Least one member of the Family Unit has attained the age of fifty-five and all other members, a maximum of two, must be at least forty-two years of age. A great community of RV travel minded residents located 60 miles to Beach Cities, 50 to Big Bear Lake/Ski Resorts, 41 to Palm Springs, 72 to Jojoba Hills SKP Co-Op, 17 to Loma Linda VA Hospital. Home is very clean and comfortable, easy floor-plan. Added Bonus: 2015 Sunlighten Infared Sauna (master bedroom) + 1800's Mercantile Cupboard (dining room) Owner in residence until 1 April 2016 - Relocation for medical reasons. Please bear with me, I have a new computer, have tried to load photos (too large) and have lost my ad twice. Please do not try and explain how to make them smaller, honestly, I have tried. I am able to send photos, and have them ready, by e-mail - thank you!
  19. I planning to leave Atlanta in June and wander over to the northwest coast spending the majority of the fall and winter there. Should I buy chains for my 20014 Dodge Ram truck and do I need them for the trailer, too? I have to be at Fort Stevens in Oregon for two weeks ending on the 5th of September. Would I still have time to cross over the Cascades and do more sightseeing in Washington or Idaho and be able to get back before worrying too much about snow. If I do need chains, should I buy them from the Dodge dealer here, in Atlanta, or wait until I'm out west. I'm sure like everything else, price is higher at dealers, but where else could I buy them and have them installed. Would I be better off buying snow tires? Thanks for the advice I always get from this great group. (Go easy on me. I've never been west in the winter. My husband would have known how to put chains on, but I have no clue so I might need to practice a few times).
  20. We love nature,hikes,waterfalls,natural hot springs,musi and history. Our next RV summer trip (from July-October) will start from LA and ends near Portland. There is so much to see in a short time (4 Months only) so please help me out and suggest based on our interests what to see,where to camp (no boondocking). Thank you
  21. Having to sell my 2007 Fuzion 362 (37') toy hauler. Hate to see it go, but family needs to. Excellent condition, no major issues. Needs 2 batteries, maybe awning material, DVD player, but otherwise just needs a good home. Hitch weight: 2790 Dry: 12130 Gross: 15500 Water: 133 Grey: 86 Black: 43 Onan Marquis 5500 (just serviced) with only 363 hours 24 gallon fuel cell Just purchased (7) new tires Oct 2014 for trip home from river. 2 AC units Rear garage with auto bunk bed Sleeps 10 I took off decals years ago, but I have all brand new ones in the box Never had any issues with it, just had a family emergency and now it needs to move on. Originally used it for motorcycle riding the first few years, but then we took it to the river and used it for 3 months out of the summer the last 4 years and stored it in covered storage. Tows easily behind my 2008 F250 Superduty Any questions feel free to call Troy 714-501-4417 I live in Orange, Ca 92865 Priced to sell for what I still owe on it which is just under $23k (loan with BofA) will not take anything less. Just search 2007 Keystone Fuzion 362 and get more info on what is out there and I know you will find this to be a smoking deal. The trailer is still loaded with my stuff which is not included of course and I have a few more pics of the inside that were too big to download if you want to see them.
  22. Mexican Riviera Cruise HOP March 21 – 28, 2015 After a remarkable week at the Escapade in Tucson, Arizona, join us for a relaxing and enjoyable 7-day, round-trip cruise to the exotic and beautiful Mexican Riviera! Setting sail from San Diego, you will have an opportunity to experience the Riviera aboard the luxurious comfort of Holland America’s ship, Ms. Veendam. Once onboard this well-appointed ship, Escapees will offer several HOP socials, and the ship will provide activities, entertainment, and incredible food. The ship also offers excursions in each port-of-call, and they are the best way to enjoy the magnificent sights and culture in each of the cities. Bring your camera and enjoy the beautiful sights with your fellow SKP friends! For more information on this HOP, including prices and itinerary, please visit: http://escapees.com/HOP/MexicanRiviera.aspx To register for this HOP, contact The Escapees Travel Agency at (toll-free) 1-855-757-8881, or e-mail them at ETA@escapees.com.
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