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Old 05-29-2017, 06:44 AM   #21
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The. Cross country road trip has begun. We were able to leave earlier than planned so we can go slower on the trip North. We spent the first night at Cracker Barrell in Tifton GA. This was our first experience of finding a non-campground place to stay. It was a pleasant experience. Cooled off the Airstream with the generator for an hour while eating at CB then slept comfortably all night.

We then drove on to Chattanooga and pulled into Marion County Campground. Luckily they had one spot available. This Campground can be seen from I-24 across the Tennessee River. We always thought it looked like a great place to stay as we rushed by. It is a nice Campground with electricity​ and water. All waterfront or view sites and friendly neighbors. We will be staying here a few days.
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Old 05-30-2017, 10:21 AM   #22
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Headed north on I-24 to Illinois. Got to test out Max's 5% grade up and downhill performance over Monteagle Mountain. Uphill was just a flip of the ankle to drop a gear. Could increase speed at will with power in reserve. Downhill was just the opposite, one tap on the brakes to set the exhaust brake and never picked up speed on the way down without using any brakes. Another tap to slow for the sharp curve at the bottom and we were down. It was a good experience and I look forward to trying other mountain passes.

We set up camp at D&W Lakeside RV Park in Champaign IL. It's a lovely facility in Central Illinois which we will use when passing this way in the future.
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Decided to move up to northern Wisconsin to spend a night with family on Lake Alexander. This is a beautiful natural area where we saw a bald eagle and many deer. The Council Grounds State Park is a great developed place to stay in the area. For boondockers who wanted seclusion, Newwood Park further up the road has rustic sites for $15. State highway 107 is a scenic drive along the Wisconsin River. If you visit Wisconsin, plan to stay north of Highway 29 to experience the natural beauty of the state. The most popular vacation area would be Minoqua which has a beautiful chain of lakes.

The next night we moved east to lake Michigan. We are staying at Bayshore Park on the Door County peninsula north of Green Bay. The campsites are nestled in an oak hardwood forest just a short walk from the bay of Green Bay. There is a small waterfall just south of the park. Door County is a popular vacation area here.
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I though I'd quickly update the rest of our cross-country trip. Most of the final leg of our trip had very little online connectivity so we slipped on our normal picture posting routines. I haven't even seen the beautiful collages of pictures my wife normally develops so I cannot post them. But after doing the St. Croix River Valley in Minnesota (Interstate State Park was the gem there) and Northwest Wisconsin (Copper Falls State Park was the gem there) we moved up to the Northshore of Lake Superior. All the state parks on the Northshore were amazing, many with beautiful waterfalls. We also went into Canada and saw an amazing waterfall at Kakabeka Falls.

We then chose to head west to Glacier National Park. We missed that park on our trip out west last year. We did the Road to the Sun and stayed in the park at Two Medicine campground. We then went south through Great Falls MT and the beautiful scenery on U.S. 89 south of the city. We stayed outside Yellowstone in the Bear Tooth Mountains and then stayed at Mammoth Campground in Yellowstone. We were amazed that we were able to get first-come-first serve sites at all the national parks over the July 4 week.

We then passed through the Tetons and Jackson Hole on our way to Rocky Mountain National Park (another park we bypassed on last year's trip.) We had a little trouble getting a spot at Rocky Mountain and had to tow Miles through the park over the 14,000 foot mountain to find a waterfront campsite at Stillwater Campground. We were really impressed by the towing capability of Max over that 14,000 foot mountain. We could feel a little turbo lag starting from a stop at altitude but had all the power needed once the turbo kicked in on the uphill climb. And most impressively, we barely had to touch the brakes on the way back down with our 15,000# rig.

From there, we made our way back to Tampa without any additional sight seeing stops. Max's total mileage was 8,823 with 5,574 miles of towing miles over 39 nights. It was an amazing first cross-country trip in our new Airstream. Max averaged 11.2 MPG while towing on the 2,000 mile return trip from Colorado and 12.4 MPG on mixed towing and non-towing over the rest of the trip.
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Thank you, AirMiles, it sounds like you had a very nice journey. This is a great country to explore I hope you get a chance to get back out there soon.
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Oh the places you've been!

Thank you so much for your posts & pics and hoping there are still more to come. Thru the years we 've had the pleasure of visiting most of the places you've mentioned and since following along with your recent trip you've inspired us to return to a few of those "gems!" Perhaps a new and different route this time that can include a visit to check out the Land Between The Lakes and the Dakotas; sans our motorcycles. Although bike week is an experience not to be missed we suspect that's a very different experience after bike week wraps up. Have to agree wholeheartedly that the Great Lakes and Northshore areas are "amazing and beautiful" as are the northwestern states and Canada.

You didn't say whether you meandered to the Airstream Facility in JC and/or the Blue Ox Facility in NE on your return trip, JC is on our bucket list. And I suspect the free-range monkeys at Silver Lake were looking forward to hosting you on your route home too (just kidding).

Glad you were confident with your rig and made it safely back to FL. Btw, if you haven't already done so (maybe you have in the Casita) the southern states from the Panhandle westward offer amazing discoveries and are worth exploring since you've about completed the FL parks, just saying.

You've stoked some very fond memories and inspiration to get back out sooner rather than later.

Happy Camping! ⛺️
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Old 07-21-2017, 06:40 AM   #27
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369: No we did not get to JC or Blue OX. We did stop at the visitor center at LBTL to plan our future visit. We also did not pass through the Ozarks as time ran short on our return trip from the West. These places remain on our bucket list. I'm thinking about our next adventure which will begin in mid-August. Maybe we will go to the LBTL and JC.

We were thinking of traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway, we've already done sections of it near Asheville, NC, but are not sure we will be able to do it on this next trip due to the crowds that will be there for the Eclipse. I try to avoid getting in the middle of a crowd. I've also been zooming in on the lake areas south of the Blue Ridge, like Lake Lanier and the Savannah River Valley. Both of those areas look very enticing and are now added to the bucket list.

We've done much of the Gulf Shore area from Florida to Mississippi. There are many beautiful places along there. We really liked touring the Naval Airforce Museum and the USS Alabama. We missed seeing the Blue Angels as they were out on tour (back on the bucket list). We also really enjoyed the Destin, FL area, and will be returning there in January 2018 after going to the Can Opener Rally.

There is so much to see in this great country! I open Google Maps and start zooming in on areas, looking at all those little green spots. I find so many little gems to go explore. We are travelers. We don't sit in one place very long as there are just too many of those green spots to see.

I asked my wife if she is planning to build the collages. Hopefully she will put some together for me to post. And we will be sharing our future adventures and pictures on this thread, so stay tuned!

Here is one picture I do have. It is Max and Miles at 14,000' at Rocky Mountain National Park.
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Payload Savings

I recently made a few changes to my rig to lighten the tongue weight and reduce payload. Max has an 8950# GVWR and I was within 10# of that!

The changes to the Airstream included changing my 30# propane tanks to 20# tanks. This saved about 50# of tongue weight plus added the benefit of making tank exchanges on the road. Then I removed the low pressure regulator from my Champion 100263 Dual Fuel Generator's fuel controller and added a 10' rubber propane hose with a quick-connect fitting. Now I can use the quick-connect on the front of the Airstream rather than carrying another 20# tank in my truckbed. This saved another 30# of payload. So I gained a total of 80# of payload by changing my propane tanks.

Now with the lighter payload plus moving up to 11 links of weight distribution, my Airstream was running nose high. So I moved back to my extended receiver and lowered my ball down by 1-3/4". This change saved even more payload due to improved weight distribution. Now Max weighs in at 8800# fully loaded while towing Miles, 150# below his 8950# GVWR. I am ecstatic to have gained that much payload with these changes.
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Nice job, air miles. I apologize if I missed it but do you have rear passengers? If not, ya might consider removin the rear seats of your crew cab, if ya haven't already. That would gain ya maybe double or more what ya just gained and give ya more room to boot. Mine are just 4 bolts and some slide hinges.

Something to consider.

Also I am in the Ozarks now and you should visit, it is very nice here with lots to explore. And you will love everything bout the blue ridge. Those mountains are magical.

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Travlinman, removing the rear seats is easy on my truck too, but I'd rather make permanent changes. Another possibility is to eliminate the second interstate battery for a 55# savings. But I'm done for now with 150# of spare payload at 800# of tongue weight.

I can't wait to spend time in both the Blue Ridge and Ozark Mountains. Both are not too far from my home. My next five to six week adventure will begin in mid-August. And I have booked an early August trip to Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine, FL. So I have a lot to look forward to in the next couple of months. Stay tuned . . .
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We just got home from a quick trip to St. Augustine FL. This is a must see area of Florida. Why did it take us 20 years to figure this out? Maybe because it was so difficult to reserve a site at Anastasia State Park near the historic district. We also visited Favors Dyke State Park about 30 minutes away from St. Augustine. Favors is likely easier to get in (way more rustic) with many available first-come-first-serve sites.
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It does look nice. Maybe I'll have to give Florida another try sometime....... Thank you, Air Miles.
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It's great that you snagged one of the coveted slots at Anastasia State Park. We have never been able to reserve one there. I tried again in May to attend my grandson's graduation from Flagler College. No go. We had to book into North Beach Campground. I have spent a lot of time around St. Augustine. It is a great place. Thanks for the reminder.
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Vacationing Texans currently in VA. Last night we traded in our 7 month old 2016 Titan XD Platinum Reserve diesel for the same 2017 gas model. Back on the road an hour ago after waiting a week for parts to replace the engine harness and a cable to the #4 injector. We loved our diesel, and had no issues until last week's breakdown, but now know this is an issue for 2016 diesels. For our needs the gasser will work, it's rating limit is 9300#, our '17 FC is 7300#, & we travel light. No diesel turbo. 15% less gas mpg the big negative. No more DEF. Quieter; less torque we'll live with, downhill the same. We like back roads. The '17's 100k warranty (plus the extended service) is mostly why we traded. Excellent Nissan service from the VA dealer & regional rep
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Papegardens, Sorry to hear of your Titan XD Diesel problems. Your issue is my greatest fear about my truck. Its a bit of a unicorn. I can imagine getting stranded due to lack of parts or skilled mechanics in many places in the country. I see very few of them at dealerships (none at most). When I needed an oil change while on the road, the Nissan dealer parked mine out front in his new truck line so it looked like he had one for sale!

The dealer where I bought mine specializes in Titan XD Diesels. They usually have dozens of them in stock, have two technicians trained on them, and the owner actually drives one! I feel confident that they can keep it running, but what can I do when it breaks down when traveling? I did buy the Nissan 100,000 mile extended warranty and have only needed an oil change in the first 15,000 miles.

I love my Nissan Cummins Diesel truck. It is perfect for pulling an Airstream. I just hope Nissan starts selling more of them so it doesn't really turn into a unicorn.
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Glacier National Park

Here are some collages from Glacier National Park around July 1. We decided to go there even though the Going to the Sun Road was not yet open. We were very happy to see the road opened while we were traveling to the park. We got a mountain-view site at Two Medicine Campground. Here are some of the best pictures from Glacier.
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Favorite Glacier National Park Picture

My favorite picture from Glacier National Park. Check out that reflection!
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Air Miles,
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Rocky Mountain National Park - Colorado

Here are the collages from Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). Old Fall River Road is the 1920's historic gravel road through the park. Note the eight degree incline on that road! The gravel road was in great shape and is suitable for any car or pickup without an Airstream. The paved road through the park is suitable for towing your Airstream. We really enjoyed the scenic drives through RMNP.
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Yellowstone and Grand Tetons

This was our second visit to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. We enjoyed this visit more than the first. We spent most of our time in the higher elevation northern half of the park this time. There were far fewer people at the park this year than last year, making it much more enjoyable.
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