It's been a while since I joined and posted but I thought I'd give a quick update.
I spent every weekend of the 1st 3.5 months inspecting and repairing the Rolling Turd, (oh btw that's what the family named her), for the possibility of a trip from SLC to LV for the Bikefest rally.
Well, I got her done hooked up the bike trailer and off we went.
With the exception of no top end (maxed at 56mph) and a slight heating issue she ran down and…Continue
Added by Kerry and Sandy on October 24, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
I wrote this last year. The trip began on August first 2010.
Hi Every one
l've just purchast a 1973 Winnebago Brave and imported it into the United Kingdom .My problam is
to Register the vehicle in the UK l must have the Date the vehicle was first Registerd ie,day/month/year
l have the certificate of title but this only shows the year model 1973.l have also tried Winnebago industries but they only have a Warranty date,l've also tried Texas DMV but they Don't keep registration
records ,Texas is were it comes…Continue
It’s amazing how our brains retain a few fleeting, fairy-tale snapshots of scenes from our earliest childhood. I hold maybe a dozen of those odd images which, for whatever reason, were burned into my memory. My younger brother is included in each of those mental snapshots, and in each one he is wearing diapers. Because he is 18 months younger than me, I can accurately…Continue
Our last trip of the summer was to take our new to us, toad, to get some work done. She is a 1986 Suzuki Samurai and when we got her her motor was running but tired. So after much research and checking around we decided to repower with a 1999 sidekick motor. The 1.3 as was put out about 50HP, and when we got to the homestead we had no power with a carburated motor. We came to a hill around 10,000 feet up Mt. Lewis, we had lots of traction but no poop. The sidekick motor at 1.6 and…Continue
Joy, Luke and I attend an event called Sea Dog Nights We have been a part of a ship and wanted to become venders and have our GORV on site to stay in. To have our GORV there we had to hide it. And we thought if this worked out, we could maybe vend to pay to travel. Most of the stuff we sold we picked up at yard/tag sales, second hand stores ect. So this is one way to hide a GORV.
First thing make…Continue
We have a piece of ground in the Shoshone Mtns. in north central Nevada. In June we went for a week of absolute peace and quiet. And some exploring/rock hounding.
Here is camp #1 set up with Tom and Jenny who met us at the Homestead.Continue
I found this place on the internet, while trying to find a replacement stabilizer jack for our 1986 Holiday Rambler. I highly recommend this guy:
Ed Underberg Sr.
Arizona R.V. Salvage Inc.
Added by Paige Bridges on October 1, 2011 at 9:28am — No Comments