Huh. I don’t hardly notice my Cherokee is back there on MY F53 gasser (Ford V10). I think it actually helps on the rare occassions I am on Interstate and get passed by a Semi doing 80.
I don’t have a clue how it could cause fatigue. You might need to get your MH wheels aligned.
Let me know if you want suggestions on where to camp. I mostly boondock or use National Forest campgrounds.
There are two choices in (near) Twin Falls. There is a municipal CG in Twin, and the county Fairgrounds in Filer. Both provide power and water for about $20.
If you haven’t done it forge on. Summer fire smoke has been a problem everywhere in the west in recent years. Winds affect severity. Fires themselves rarely a threat, although we drove through one in Montana a few days ago: flames on each side of road. Trail Creek fire between Lost Trail Pass...
RV insurance can be quite expensive. Had quotes over $3,000. Got it from the Hartford for under $300. 30’ 2020 Class A.
Includes comprehensive deductible of $250, vs. my usual $1,000, to cover WHEN I need windshield. Some States (e.g. SC) require no deductible windshield replacement but not ID.
Hi! New to this forum.
I live in wonderland: Idaho. I have been RVing since 1971 with all types of RVs. Currently making do with a 2020 Georgetown 30x3 which meets many of my needs but may not be my last RV. Jeep Cherokee toad.
I mostly boondock and abhor commercial RV parks. Fortunately Idaho...