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  1. millymac73
    I'm new to this. We just bought a 1969 Hi Lo Bon Voyage. Wires have all been cut but hanging from ceiling. By chance do you have wiring layouts for this camper?
  2. cleo
    09-10-2014 12:50 PM
    Greetings. Can you tell me who is the Administrator for this Forum? And how can I get in touch with them? Thank you. Cleo Eickhoff
  3. campthewestcoast
    Thanks for the engraved plates, I just received them and they look great. Looking forward to the Ford w/the older Hilo picture. Do you happen to know the part # & supplier for aircraft jumper studs on your battery box?
  4. Simplicity
    Hello Jim,

    I have just purchased a 1968 Hi-Lo... what I believe is a Voyager from reading documentation. On the title it states that the Model is a A12. I have tried several times to download the PDF file you have on your Bon Voyage but I am not able to open it, says something about damaged and can not repair. If you are still active on this forum I would appreciate if you could send it to me.

    Thanks so much!

  5. TraceyR67
    I was checking out your vintage Hilo 60's trailer. It looks like the one we are going to look at tomorrow. We are buying it from a friend for $500. As long as all is good, we will be bringing it home tomorrow. Our first trailer was a 1957 Shasta. We loved it, wished we had never sold it but the darn thing was so heavy. Great forum website, lots of info.
    Tracey (Picton, Ontario, Canada)
  6. JMDoering
    We'll be at Woodhead Park campground, at Brownlee Dam. That's actually an Idaho Power Co. developed and administered park not far from Cambridge, ID. Its open to all on a first come basis. We'll be there over the last weekend in April and your welcome to join us. We're members of the El Korah Shrine Nomads camping club, and will be with that group. Fun bunch!
    I'll have to look up Joseph and Enterprise. I'm embarrassed to say that I'm not all that familiar with eastern Oregon... don't get over there very often, probably because we haven't yet gotten tired of exploring Idaho!

  7. NDgent
    02-26-2011 01:24 AM

    Where are you going ... my daughter lived in Enterprise, OR for a while while working for the Oregon Fishery Dept. The country around Joseph and Enterprise is beautiful, and remote! I used to do a little white water rafting and puddle (intentional spelling) a two person kayak for pleasure.


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