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Old 01-06-2015, 04:02 PM   #113
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I don't care what the battery level is, I too will not operate the slides without shore power or the generator running. That may not make any difference, but I am one of the ones that has not had any slide problems so I am not changing my habit.




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Old 01-20-2015, 03:50 PM   #114
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great thread guys, any more pics? I am tired of all the negative threads, its great to see palazzo owners using their MH. I am looking at the new 36.2 and maybe this summer quit dreaming.
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A beautiful weekend in Big Sur California. Just cant beat 70' weather.
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Old 01-28-2015, 04:29 PM   #116
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Old 01-31-2015, 10:50 AM   #117
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Old 01-31-2015, 01:25 PM   #118
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What park was this?
This was Riverside campground, they all the parks in the area only have water and power. This park only has 3 or 4 spots that can handle 34 ft. Rig. You can fit a 36' rig but they will not let you. The people were very nice and it was quiet (I was out and about all day) I would suggest Big Sur campground as well, they have some concreted spots up to 40' rigs and a dump station.
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Old 01-31-2015, 07:07 PM   #119
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This was Riverside campground, they all the parks in the area only have water and power. This park only has 3 or 4 spots that can handle 34 ft. Rig. You can fit a 36' rig but they will not let you. The people were very nice and it was quiet (I was out and about all day) I would suggest Big Sur campground as well, they have some concreted spots up to 40' rigs and a dump station.
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That's the one where you cross over a bridge to get to. I may have to visit that one in the future. (Not a lot of choices along the our coast)
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Our trip out to Ouray, Colorado last October.
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Old 01-31-2015, 07:32 PM   #121
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That's the one where you cross over a bridge to get to. I may have to visit that one in the future. (Not a lot of choices along the our coast)
Yes it does, but so does Big Sur campgrounds.

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My maiden Palazzo trip this past weekend. Up in the mountains of Idaho in one of the only year around RV parks in the area. Sunny pic was the first day and the snowy pic was the last day. Drove just fine in the snow. I did find some compartments that need to be sealed better from the frame rails, just another project to do... No problems on the trip but if you read my posts on the "mod" page you would have seen I have already corrected countless things so I didn't expect to find anything wrong. Snowy and cold climate did make for a lot more work for me since I was only hooked up to shore. I didn't have a heated hose so I just dumped and refilled every morning or as needed then unhooked that part. Had to get on the roof with a broom to clear the full wall slide topper the last day since the snow and ice wasn't letting it spin back up but I would do that trip again in a heart beat. I don't mind the work. BTW the furnace works great and only used 1/4 of the propane tank.
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We are wandering the southwest this winter. Spent January at Anza Borrego State Park in Borrego Springs, a nice desert campground if you don't want to boondock. Sunsets are included at no extra charge.

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Disney Fort Wilderness

Spending Mardi Gras at Disney World. Their campground, fort wilderness, is amazing. We are in the 1200 loop and everything in the campground is within a bike ride away.
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Parris Island, MCRD Campground. Tried to outrun the cold. Did not work.
Nice CG if you don't mind hearing the recruits running by or the rifle range.
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