Hi Everyone. Well, after 15 years the RV-Dreams Community Forum is coming to an end. Since it began in August 2005, we've had 58 Million page views, 124,000 posts, and we've spent about $15,000 to keep this valuable resource for RVers free and open. But since we are now off the road and have settled down for the next chapter of our lives, we are taking the Forum down effective June 30, 2021. It has been a tough decision, but it is now time.

We want to thank all of our members for their participation and input over the years, and we want to especially thank those that have acted as Moderators for us during our amazing journey living and traveling in our RV and growing the RV-Dreams Family. We will be forever proud to have been founders of this Forum and to have been supported by such a wonderful community. Thank you all!!

Members Login
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Conditions along I-10 E., La,AL,Fla.

RV-Dreams Family Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 184
Conditions along I-10 E., La,AL,Fla.

We are on our third annual trip from Vegas,to Dunedin,to DC & back, just now. Currently @ Buckhorn Lake, which of course many of you know. Too bad I never get to experience the hill country in Spring or fall! Next year, for sure! Next stop is Houston area,then Duson,La,Mobile,Tallahassee and finally Dunedin . Trying to get a feel for flooding along that area before deciding if route change is needed.CG's in Duson & Mobile say they are ok,as does Tallahassee, but if any of you have info, I'd be happy to have it. Thanks, Richard


Richard & Ginny, travel with Buster,our Schnauzer boy. 2010 Ford Lariat PSD;2011 Open Range 345 RLS, 5th wheel."Not all who wander are lost".

RV-Dreams Community Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 10

Though you didn't say you were passing through Mississippi, oh no not that state, I-10 is not prone to flooding. Though it came close during Hurricane Katrina.


Steve & Nonna

River & Roux  mini Dach hounds

2013 GMC Denali 3500HD Isuzu Diesel

2012 MobileSuites 36RSSB3

Page 1 of 1  sorted by
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us