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06-03-2008, 04:02 AM
I was wondering how many Montana owners are actually on the road today and where they are? I know we have alot of members but some never post a reply on the threads, but they are reading the threads.

Let us know how many members are on the road and where you are!

We are in Tallahassee Florida

stiles watson
06-03-2008, 05:19 AM
Grain Valley, MO and headed for Gillette, Wyoming if I can ever get out of town. The KC area is nice enough, but hangin' around for repairs is a test of patience.

06-03-2008, 08:06 AM
At our old home in Fort Collins, CO. Waiting on some new awnings and A/C cover that got hit by hail.

06-03-2008, 08:36 AM
Not on the road today but in 2 days going to Cedar Key Florida. If its anything like the usual we'll pass a few Montanna's on the way there.

06-03-2008, 09:09 AM
When you go to Cedar Key, check on the new RV Resort they are building on the right 6 miles from the town.
It is Cedar Key RV Resort.
Thanks, David

06-03-2008, 09:40 AM
We are at Hartland, MI. I am workamping as a park ranger and we are a short distance from uur stick home, kids and grandkids. What a life - living in our Monty, spending a night or two a week at home, and the kids are near with all of their activities.

06-03-2008, 09:54 AM
At the stick house in WV, recuperating from the NE rally. Slides are still inoperable but we did manage to liberate our clothes. No immediate travel plans (subject to change if we can get the slides repaired).

D and M On The Road
06-03-2008, 10:31 AM
We are full-timers.... full-time employed that is. Too darn young and broke to retire yet....[xx(]:(
But within 3 to 5 years.

06-03-2008, 10:42 AM
We are home in NW Ohio after the N.E Rally.. We should be somewhere in a N.E state by now but... that did not work out...

06-03-2008, 12:43 PM
Counting the days until we go full-time...JULY 1ST, 2008. Can not wait, the we are headed to the N. California and Oregon Coast areas. Have a camphost position lined up for September at Sunset Bay State Park in Coos Bay Oregon. Anyone in the area give us a shout out. I know Butch and Susan go somewhere in Oregon for crabbing. If you read this post let me know where you might be. But for now we are packing up the stick house in Mt.Shasta.

06-03-2008, 12:48 PM
Beautiful Milford, NY, just 5 miles from Cooperstown. Heading to Vermont on Friday and then on to the rest of New England before heading south in September.

06-03-2008, 01:27 PM
We're in Santa Fe, NM. Thursday we move to Colorado Springs, CO. Then, next Monday and Tuesday we'll be on the road, overnighting in Wakeeney, KS on Monday night and arriving in Independence, MO on Tuesday.

06-03-2008, 04:02 PM
Hanna is parked at my brother's house in East Brookfield, Massachusetts, 20 miles west of Worcester. Me, the wife, and the TV are in Newport, RI (Great place to visit, but not many CG's near by and you don't want to get stuck on the streets towing a Montana.)

I consider us on-the-road as this is part of our trip plan. June 27, 28 and 29 we will be at CHOCORUA CAMPING VILLAGE KOA, NH. Then back to Mass. then on through Amish Country and back to Texas City. Darn Diesel prices are high!!!!

06-03-2008, 05:18 PM
David thanks for the tip on Cedar Key RV resort. We have reservations at Cedar Key Sunset Isle RV. We looked at the web page for Cedar Key RV resort and will check it out when we get there.
It apprears that they only sell lots @54,900 and no daily rates but we'll find out when we look the place over.
Thanks again for the tip.

06-04-2008, 02:15 AM
HughM, Cedar Key RV Resort is under construction, or supposed to be, we went through there this past April and nothing was started. They are selling lots and we have reservations on one, but I was wanting a construction report.
Thanks, David

Glenn and Lorraine
06-04-2008, 02:39 AM
We are in New Phila, PA (near Pottsville) at the D&D RV Resort. D&D only has 1 site with water and 30 AMP electric and a dump site but it does have a great woodworking shop with every woodworking tool available. The owners feed us on a regular basis and the chef is one of the best. We also have free laundry facilities, free cable and free Wifi. As we have the Direct TV satellite and the Air Card we don't need the cable or Wifi but it's good to know we do have a backup. The owners treat us like we are part of the family and we them but that makes sense as D&D stands for Dina and Darryl who just happen to be my DD and S-I-L.
On June 28th we head for Black Lake NY and McLear's Cottage Colony & Campground (http://mclears.com/) and will be there until July 5th.
Oh BTW, If you happen to follow the above McLear's link scroll to the bottom of the page and take note of the Webmaster.

06-04-2008, 03:42 AM
We are in Minnesota for three graduations and one dance recital... We just had our truck serviced and are ready to start our trip to Newfoundland right after the recital on June 15th... Hope we can find wifi up in Canada because I have suspended our Verizon air card while we are out of the USA.

06-04-2008, 03:52 AM
Helen and Bill, send me some pictures of Newfoundland. That is one place on my list.

06-04-2008, 04:29 AM
Sitting at home and the Monty is in the storage facility. :(
But ask again in 10 days and we will be on the road to Colorado for 3 weeks. :D

06-04-2008, 07:51 AM
Just like D&M said, we are at home and working full time dreaming of having time in our Montana. We are headed up to Canyonville, Oregon on Friday for a 2-day break.

Dandt, Cape Arago Highway is my favorite stretch of the Oregon coast. We love Sunset Bay and also the private park, Oceanside. Be sure to enjoy Shore Acres while you are there. I wish we could head over that way but the fuel prices are too high for the amount of time we could spend there. Enjoy!

Delaine and Lindy
06-04-2008, 07:59 AM
What a life, but we worked very hard to be able to do what we are doing. We canceled our trip to Branson (personel reason) still haven't decided if we will go to Texas during June. RV site will be free our Son lives there. We are watching the temps get hot in Texas in the summer. Already have reservations for the winter in Florida. Normaly go to the RGV but will try Florida this year, very expensive in Florida, but will try it one year.

And its so wonderful to spend the days and nights with my awesome wife and I must say my (Dog) Montana makes my life fun.

Its hard to set here and watch the Tennessee river from our stick house, but we will try hard. Be safe, Good Luck... GBY....

06-04-2008, 10:01 AM
We're back home from the NE rally. Next trip is to Pocono RV to have the Dometic refrig recall fix made. We will probably head to Elkhart this fall for the rally and then to Florida in January for 3 - 4 moths.

06-04-2008, 02:35 PM
Today, We are in Juneau, Alaska, getting our license renewed. Done deal. We fly back to Hill AFB in Utah tomorrow and will be there until Jun 11 when we will move to Island Park ID for our visit to Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. Then on the 18th we will make the trek through Yellowstone to Cody for a Week then slowly making our way to the fall rally with a stop at MorRyde in Elkhard for a suspension changeout......Everybody be safe and see as many as possible at the fall rally..If you are nearSalt Lake City, Give us a call 916-710-1974

06-04-2008, 04:32 PM
We are still at the Gettysburg campground. Will be here until Sunday when we start back home.

We visited Amish country in Lancaster county today. We were just driving around and stopped in at a campground for information. While there I just happened to ask about where the site was at where the school children were shot? They told me about a half of a mile down the road from where we were at. I tried to tell my family when I got back into the vehicle but I couldn't hardly talk, my eyes started leaking.

06-04-2008, 05:28 PM
Hugh Where is cedar key as we were just at big pine ket resort which is at mile marker 39 fron key west as we try to go to the keys every april or may as its less crowed ,,, sailer

06-04-2008, 05:31 PM
By the way we are still at the house in bonita springs, fl and leave here ion the june 13 for asheville,nc for 10 days or so then on to wis noth woods and hope to go into canada in sept and down to goshen by the end of sept for the rally,,, sailer

06-04-2008, 06:58 PM
BillnDonna, I don't know which way you are going from there but the Flight 93 Memorial is another eye wetter. It's an amazing experience. It's about 110 miles west of Gettysburg.

06-08-2008, 04:43 PM
We made the drive from Tallahassee to Panama City Fl. today. We will be in this area for a few day. We are staying at St. Andrews State Park, one of our homes around the country.

06-09-2008, 03:27 AM
After Branson Rally we have been in Elkton, Kentucky visiting my cousin. Tomorrow we leave for Nashville for a couple of days, Knoxville, Ashville, NC and arriving in Philipsburg, PA in a couple of weeks. We will be in PA for several months visiting family.

Safe travels.

06-09-2008, 09:46 AM
quote:Originally posted by sreigle

BillnDonna, I don't know which way you are going from there but the Flight 93 Memorial is another eye wetter. It's an amazing experience. It's about 110 miles west of Gettysburg.

Oops, missed that would have liked to seen it. We just got back in a little bit ago. Our outside thermometer shows 103.1 here in KY. I was concerned about my brakes but apparently there ok. Made it home ok, no problems.

06-11-2008, 09:38 AM
Yup-We are back in Uxbridge, Ma. Here in the USACE Park. The mosquitos are bad and the pollen is terrible and the last four days have been in the 90's. Can't complain tho. It is still nice to be on the road with our NEW 10th Year Eddition 2980. It sure is nice (except for the micro wave that died). Still trying to get this exchanged. Kind of hard when the dealer is in Fla. and we, being in Ma. in a USACE camp. BUT---All will work out. Have a Great Day

06-12-2008, 09:30 AM
We are back in the North Georgia Mountains. We made the journey yesterday with no problems. I am riding on new tires and not buying any diesel fuel for awhile.

It was a cool low 60's this morning, it was nice drinking coffee outside without sweating, looking at the mountains waiting for the sun to rise. We will be here most the summer, no trips planned.

Life is good.

06-12-2008, 08:55 PM
We are at Mountain Shadows RV Park in Wells, Nevada. We just found a dry camping site in the mountains above here and plan to spend a few days there. We Started full time and left central Washington State May first. We headed down the center of Oregon to the Western Rally in Northern California and then headed East across California and Nevada and think we may go into Salt Lake City Utah and spend some time doing family research. Or we could head North to Idaho, time will tell. Have to be in Olympia Washington early August so have lots of time to get there.

Happy camping to all,
Dick & Jackie

06-13-2008, 07:27 AM
Leaving tomorrow morning, heading up 287 to 87 to overnight in Clayton, NM, then to Raton, to Walsenburg, and into South Fork, CO on Sunday for 2 1/2 weeks.
Flash if you see me. I will return the favor.

06-14-2008, 08:18 PM
We are sitting at home because we can't get into our river property. I drove the Jeep in a couple of days ago and the water was up to the front bumper for about 100yds. This much water this late in the season has never happened since we bought the lot 15 years ago. We usually spend most of the summer there.

06-15-2008, 08:09 AM
We are in Butte, leaving in the morning for Alaska. Will be going through Great Falls, Calgary and Banff. We are concerned about the cost but will just have to suck it up because it may get worse next year. John and Karen

06-16-2008, 03:04 PM
We left Oregon,March 18th headed for Utah, stayed in reno nev,ely and then Bryce Canyon ut. We ended up at the North Rim AZ. I work at the Sinclair Service Station and DWF works at the Gift Shop,we work for Forever Resorts. We will stay until Oct 08 and find a winter job by August. Randye

06-16-2008, 04:00 PM
We are wrapping up our tour of the Yellowstone area and will be heading for Cody, WY on Wednesday. Saw about everything there is to see, I think. Will make one last trip into the park tomorrow f or a little more sightseeing, then pulling Montana from West entrance to East entrance and on to Cody. Thanks to everyone for suggestions on what to see. This is spectacular country and worthy of another trip in a few years. BTW, the Fishing Bridge CG, in the park, is very tight and I am glad we stayed at Valley View RV Park in Island Park, a PA park for $20.00/night only 15 miles from West Entrance.

06-20-2008, 06:53 AM
We are in Humbug State Park, Oregon. We are headed to Sunset Beach on Sunday for 6 days.

06-20-2008, 09:26 AM
John ...
Enjoy Sunset Bay..Great SP if that is where you are staying. The hike from the SP up to Shore Acres along the ocean bluffs is spectacular. We are camphosting there in September and looking forward to everyday. Teresa