gtkato, thanks and correct, Nolans. Most of the time I can't feel the trailer back there at all, sometimes forget it's there. I'm still surprised I'm getting better mpg with this trailer than my previous HTT which was about 7' shorter and at least 1000lbs lighter. It's only a matter of 1 to 1.5mpg, but I didn't expect mileage to get better at all. The dealer said maybe it's the better axles on the trailer, maybe the slope on the front of the trailer - who knows.
Now that I know what I70 is like between Denver and Grand Junction, I want to see how these smaller highways are when it comes to climbs, etc. How was Kenosha Pass? Was it a long, shallow approach? A short, steep one? I used to gather as much info on CO Mtn Passes for flying purposes, now I'm thinking it'd be handy for RV'ing purposes.
TV mounts: the 22" Toshiba our trailer came with was too big to fit in the spot allocated for it. So we instead put in a 19" LCD/DVD that fits perfectly and we used those MaxGrip TV Straps as there was nowhere to screw in a mount. It doesn't budge.
I'd like to get some shades for the door windows and the vent in the bedroom, it's like being under a spotlight in the morning.
Landed our airplane in 49 states, now time to RV them all
2011 Rockwood Mini-Lite 2502C
2006 Ford F150 XLT 5.4L
E2 hitch & Primus IQ
Nights camping in '11: 10
Nights camping in '10: 24