We have a TT with a Travelr and love it. There are absolutely times when trees will not allow for a clear path to a signal, oh well. We use DVR in the TT so we usually have a enough content to get us through those times. When back home, we connect the TT to the home dish via a DTV outlet near our TT pad so the DVR can continue to capture content.
No more dealing with wind knocking out your alignment of the dish, or having to take up storage space with a dish. I remember one event where mosquitos were eating me up while the DW and I were using radios to align the dish. Deet wasn't helping enough. Anyway, those days are gone. On a trip to Teton/Yellowstone National Parks we pulled into Flagg Ranch RV campground in the pouring rain to set up. The sites are surrounded by tall lodge pole pine trees. Once leveled I always push the Winegard power up button to see if by some chance we get signal regardless of the tree situation. By the time we finished set up and had dry clothes on, we had signal to watch TV while we prepared dinner and waited out the storm. Those are the moments you hang your hat on and consider it worth the cost.
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