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Old 01-17-2013, 07:53 PM   #91
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Very nice, mickeylind! Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing

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Deb, i gotta remember to bring back pics of my florida trip.......and thennn, in the spring I go to Northern Maine, Mt. Katahdin region..truely stunning. Here are pics I took from our beach and area , Katahdin in the background of a couple of the pics.
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:08 PM   #92
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*sigh* I'm ready to travel! Everyone's photos are great!

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:18 AM   #93
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Just got home and unpacked from Yosemite. Such a great trip, and the trailer pulled like a champ up and down the mountains, a.s well as over icy roads. Plus, gave us a great place to come back to after a long day of hiking...and a possible stop at the Lodge for a "beverage" or two!

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Old 01-21-2013, 09:39 AM   #94
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These are a few pictures of our New Years trip to Fort De Soto park. I put a few more on an album in my profile. We actually had to turn on the a/c on this trip.
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:55 AM   #95
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Just got home and unpacked from Yosemite. Such a great trip, and the trailer pulled like a champ up and down the mountains, a.s well as over icy roads. Plus, gave us a great place to come back to after a long day of hiking...and a possible stop at the Lodge for a "beverage" or two!

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beautiful pics! I am curious, what is your tow vehicle.....i have a v6 tacoma 2012, 4x4, and i am curious how well it will do on hills going the inland round (rt. 81) from mass to florida next week.
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beautiful pics! I am curious, what is your tow vehicle.....i have a v6 tacoma 2012, 4x4, and i am curious how well it will do on hills going the inland round (rt. 81) from mass to florida next week.
We have a 2007 Toyota 4-Runner/V-6 2WD. The trailer handled great up and down. I make sure and use the lower gears when needed. Not sure if there's a difference in towing capacity between the two models. If it were me, on a trip as long as yours, I would consider an easy lift hitch just to make things more stable and distributed.

Have a great trip!
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We have a 2007 Toyota 4-Runner/V-6 2WD. The trailer handled great up and down. I make sure and use the lower gears when needed. Not sure if there's a difference in towing capacity between the two models. If it were me, on a trip as long as yours, I would consider an easy lift hitch just to make things more stable and distributed.

Have a great trip!
I got the Voyager electric break controller installed and the truck can tow up to 6500 lbs, so the truck is capable for sure, just wondering about air bags or a sway bar........whats an "easy lift hitch"?
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I got the Voyager electric break controller installed and the truck can tow up to 6500 lbs, so the truck is capable for sure, just wondering about air bags or a sway bar........whats an "easy lift hitch"?
Sounds like your Truck is more than capable! An Easy Lift is the brand name of sway bars...a throw back to 20 years ago when I was pulling horse trailers and just always called them that.
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Assateague Island Camping/Kayaking Trip, Oct. 2012.









Horses in your campsite?? How very cool!!!
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Here's a few from our 50 night 2012 camping season.
Is that Sylvan Lake? Ah....I see from later posts that it is. I love that area. We stayed in the cabins at Sylvan Lake a few years ago. haven't pulled the TT that far yet, but someday. Great photos everyone!
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