Totally Impressed by towing
Made it back from Beech Fork State Park near Huntington, WV today and have to give praise to both the TV and the Monty. If anyone has been to this park and has driven the road in, they will already know what I am referring to. On our way in (DW drives escort vehicle with Radio communications to me in the TV) we were driving through the thunderstorm of the year. The road is very narrow, and has a couple of treacherous turns (signed at 15 mph) on a steep hillside. Bottom clearance to bed rails had me concerned but I did find out we have a very good match. The D/A never had a problem and the Monty handled great. The weekend was great, no problems arose (previous shower leak problem was found to not be resolved so back to inspection mode on that one), and the weather was perfect for hiking, biking and a little lazing. I will highly recommend the park, reservations recommended if you want FHU's, since $23 a night cannot be beat. I would post some pictures but DW elected not to take the camera, maybe next time. The park is located about 15 miles (of which about 10 are very rural roads) south of I-64 at Huntington. By the way the water hoses are now officially in the propane compartments which was the primary purpose of the trip (after Vanman recommended it). Now I only have to wait two weeks until our annual Labor Day trek to Revelles in Elkins, which will be last venture until Thanksgiving (Topsail).
Bingo and Cathy
- Our adventures begin in the hills of WV. We are blessed
by our 2014 3850FL Big Sky (previous 2011 3750FL and 2007 3400RL) that we pull with a 2007 Chevy Silverado Classic DRW CC dually.