I didn’t read all of the posts, but I say she is more credible because she answered the questions as honestly and as best as she could, and much of it adds up-- the same could not be said for BK.
Timmy’s house was where the group was supposed to meet for “skis”
BK was determined to paint himself as a hard-working, church-going boy and NOT a heavy drinker, conveniently forgetting where he describes he and his HS gang as “loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us.”
As for Blasey Ford clearly remembering Kavanaugh but not the details of date or travel, you will recall her explanation for it as the way the brain processeses memories, which is also found in the linked article: "That’s because a high-stress state “alters the function of the hippocampus and puts it into a super-encoding mode,” says Hopper, especially early on during an event. And “the central details [of the event] get burned into their memory and they may never forget them.”
For example, when you wrote “mental gymnastics” earlier, I immediately flashed back to my the teacher of my W. Civ class in HS (a single, older male who was normally quite stoic), because he always used this phrase to refer to exams. I remember his name, exactly what he looked like, the classroom and where my seat was. And I can remember the day he stood frozen in front of the board, choking back tears sharing how his father just died. His emotions spread through the class in silence. That memory is strong and detailed. I don’t remember anything else from that course though.
Blasey Ford has agreed to share her therapy notes (which may contain errors on the part of the therapist taking the notes- such as the number of people in the room- as mentioned in the hearing) when questioned by the FBI but as of Wednesday, they were not permitted to speak with Ford and Kavanaugh for the investigation:
If you have experienced trauma, you will try to find some way to escape the feeling. How you got away is not always going to be remembered. She could have ran 10 miles for her life without remembering it.