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  1. I accidentally posted this in the heavy duty truck section, so if you already read this, I'm sorry! I'm still learning, as this is our first truck. We just bought a Ram 2500 diesel mega cab and are wanting to add a camper cap on the back for storage and the dog crate. We have a larger sized dog and she does not like to sit, just stand or lay. I don't think there is going to be enough room with the kids and her in the back seat for long drives. We will be towing a travel trailer. Our plan was to get a camper cap, have the truck window open into the cap so the cold air could get to her, ma
  2. Sorry! First truck, just assumed I put it in the right spot since it said heavy duty on the side... 😂 As you can tell, I'm still learning! Thank you
  3. We just bought a Ram 2500 diesel mega cab and are wanting to add a camper cap on the back for storage and the dog crate. We have a larger sized dog and she does not like to sit, just stand or lay. I don't think there is going to be enough room with the kids and her in the back seat for long drives. We will be towing a travel trailer. Our plan was to get a camper cap, have the truck window open into the cap so the cold air could get to her, maybe have a fan there to help draw the cold air in. I know people who have let them just free stand in the back (within the bed/cap), but I worry about acc
  4. Thank you everyone! This is our first RV (and RV trip), so all the advice is appreciated. We wanted to book earlier, but had to wait for my sister-in-law to pick her wedding date. Now I can finally make reservations! Most close campgrounds were already booked, but I got the last site at Yellowstone RV in Gardiner. It seems close to the North entrance, and has a beautiful location. I have now have Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone booked. Now just to figure out the Colorado and Utah stops (before Yellowstone), then the West Coast. 😂
  5. At least electric hook ups: we need it for remote work and the kids. We are ok with staying outside the park, but would like to be 30 minutes or closer, if possible.
  6. Mr. Camper: Are you talking about the Yellowstone Valley Inn RV?
  7. Kirk, We are stopping at Mt. Rushmore first, then going to Colorado. We want to see Pikes Peak and Garden of The Gods, but haven't decided exactly where we are staying. Then we are stopping in Utah and heading up Yellowstone area.
  8. Hi everyone! We just joined this group and are excited to be here. We are planning on going full time for a year starting in June 2020. We are stopping at Mt. Rushmore first, then Colorado, and over to Yellowstone area towards the end of July. I'm having a hard time picking a good site for a pull through (this is our first truck and first RV), with full hook ups (need electricity for remote work and kids), pet friendly for our dog (68 lb greyhound). Does anyone have RV parks/campgrounds near Yellowstone? Thank you! Sarah
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