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RE: Christmas Gift Ideas for the ladies

Perfume. Works everywhere Not for this girl. I HATE perfume. OP, try and think back to the last couple of times you've been camping. What has she complained about (if anything) like pans being too big, wall needs a picture, etc? You could "fix" that the issue is. What about stuff to do while camping? Camera, mud boots, fishing rod, outdoor stuff in general. Does she do anything at home that she can't do in the RV because she needs smaller equipment, etc?
Crowe 12/02/16 10:59am RV Lifestyle
RE: Grandkids are a HOOT!!!!

LOVE them. Just haven't been able to coordinate seeing them when they are up her as of yet.
Crowe 12/01/16 12:22pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

JUST The Way You Are - Billy Joel
Crowe 11/30/16 09:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Christmas present storage

We used to as well. Miss it for that reason! With all adults, though, if somebody wants to peek and ruin their surprises then have at it.
Crowe 11/29/16 06:14am RV Lifestyle
RE: Discover Card in Canada

Get yourself another Visa card. It's advisable to have multiple credit cards in the event that one gets compromised while you are traveling.
Crowe 11/26/16 08:01am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: 4 Word Sentence

Harry found exiting specimens. A E I O
Crowe 11/25/16 08:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: 3 Word Sentence

Sally Needs Snow B A M
Crowe 11/25/16 08:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

stereo YENAGC
Crowe 11/25/16 08:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

Get Back - The Beatles
Crowe 11/25/16 08:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: A bunch of stuff we're thankful for......

Congrats! Most years are ups and downs. Celebrate the ups and accept the downs as stuff you can't change.
Crowe 11/25/16 07:50am Around the Campfire
RE: Discover Card in Canada

I usually go down 5-6 times a year. The wife is down there about 20 times a year. What areas? I don't know where you shop-I don't know of any store that doesn't know what they are.
Crowe 11/24/16 05:18pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Discover Card in Canada

Lol. Every time I am in the US I ask if they take debit and get the look of what is debit???? When was the last time you were stateside? 30 years ago? Debit cards have been used in the states since the early 80s. In the beginning they were used only at ATM machines to get cash. Acceptance by merchants began in the mid-80s. Canada did have them a few years prior but to say no one knows that a debit card is here is pure hogwash.
Crowe 11/24/16 07:54am RVing in Canada and Alaska
All that matters...

...surrounds us. Hug the ones around you, remember those that have passed, and please say a special thanks to those who risk their lives daily to keep us safe from harm. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Crowe 11/24/16 07:47am Around the Campfire
RE: Another "feel good" story

Did you get her address? If do a card or flowers are in order Good thought. I'll ask my sister if she got it. Sis is in CA, I'm in MA, and the woman texted me at 11:30 p.m., after I had gone to bed. When I got up to read the text (I figured it was my sister) I wasn't coherent enough to ask. I only have her first name but maybe my sister got more info.
Crowe 11/23/16 07:06pm Around the Campfire
Another "feel good" story

Long story short, I sent my sister a Christmas gift-to the wrong address. Strangely, that address doesn't even exist but Fed Ex dropped it off anyway (to the wrong address). The woman who received the package called me to say she had received it (I used my phone # because I wanted to surprise my sister) and wanted to get it to me. I gave her my sister's # and she contacted her. When she found out my sister didn't have a car she drove the packages over to her! Not only was she honest and didn't keep the items she went out of her way to get them to the correct person. There are good people still left in the world!
Crowe 11/23/16 04:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Feel- good story of the day... :)

I just read that-outstanding!
Crowe 11/23/16 04:44pm Around the Campfire
RE: Surviving the Rockies/winter in a 2WD truck

Should a FWD Escape with snow tires be able to cope with the winters? Absolutely (SIL has one).
Crowe 11/23/16 10:19am Around the Campfire
RE: Surviving the Rockies/winter in a 2WD truck

On polished ice, 2WD is relatively useless even when "properly equipped". Type of drive rapidly becomes irrelevant on this type of ice. Slow starts and stops is what is needed. I drove a 72 Buick Skylark as my first vehicle. Since that time I've driven various makes and models of trucks, SUVs and cars. Even in the worst of conditions I've NEVER (knock on wood!) gotten stuck. I like the advantage of 4WD when starting again or in deeper snow when the road hasn't been plowed. My street is one of the last to get plowed in town and many times I've come home from work to find a foot or so of snow. 4WD/AWD helps in this case. A 2WD drive is truck is certainly not impossible to use but a little extra help doesn't hurt. If you really like your truck then I'd follow Mowermech's suggestions. If you can afford it, a beater is a great choice. I'd still take advantage of front-wheel drive if possible but the key to all of it is knowing how to drive.
Crowe 11/23/16 06:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Discover Card in Canada

Most currency conversions have fees embedded in the exchange rate, be it CC or ATM. Correct. Most banks do as well-you never get what the true market rate is. However, some credit cards/ATM cards charge you a conversion fee on top of the discounted rate.
Crowe 11/22/16 03:50pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Levi Jackson & All Other Kentucky SPs; Never Again!

I posted here and will never return to Kentucky SPs due to their failure to respond to my email. It's possible they still haven't even read it. How many emails do you think they see in a day? I'd try to contact them once more now that the season has wound down some. That's said, I think it's a huge overreaction. One experience at one park is not enough to judge the whole system. It more sounds like you are looking for an excuse to not go back.
Crowe 11/22/16 03:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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