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RE: post being removed

not worth my time if thats how they want to play I've lost track of the number of posts I've had poofed. Even been warned a time or two. I just get over it and move on. Sometimes I get a bit miffed if I think it's unjustified or if someone else posts something similar and it stays but I get over that too. Now, if this heat and humidity doesn't end soon I'm gonna get downright CRANKY then y'all will have to LOOK OUT! :B
Crowe 09/02/14 07:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Found it somewhat rude.

I agree it lended itself towards being rude. However, maybe the 2nd guy was a newbie and needed help, or maybe one of them had a family emergency and needed to get home. Some people get in their own worlds and are totally oblivious to what's going on around them. But as in most things, Karma catches up eventually. It's just too bad when we can't witness it.
Crowe 09/02/14 07:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Coach?

Seriously? You think I am worried? I mislead! Just stirrin' the pot. Seems to have worked! And yep, I still find it pretentious. HaRRUMPH! That's MY job! :B Pretentious? Not in the least.
Crowe 09/01/14 09:23am General RVing Issues
RE: Coach?

Seriously? It's an RV! Seriously? This is all you have in life to worry about? There's nothing pretentious, snobby, or anything about it. It's a word, a noun, that has multiple meanings much like the rest of the English language. Try worrying about something IMPORTANT.
Crowe 09/01/14 08:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Northeast trip

Unfortunately the Maine Turnpike/95 is a toll road. Very easy run, though. We've been going up that way for years. If you do take that route, your GPS may route you via 295 in Portland. That takes you through the city. There are some interesting water views and if you hit it at non-rush hour, then it's not a bad run. Otherwise, just stay on 95 even though it's a few extra miles.
Crowe 08/31/14 05:49pm Roads and Routes
RE: Northeast trip

I'm assuming you mean Amesbury. Unless you need to be in Amesbury, I would go straight up 495 to 95 to 395 then 1A to Ellsworth. 110 and 1N all the way up the coast will be fairly slow with lots of traffic. If you are looking for ocean views you will be disappointed as there are few, if any. There are no tunnels on that route. Are you concerned about going under a bridge or over a bridge?
Crowe 08/30/14 06:52pm Roads and Routes
RE: From the Land of the Misfit Dogs...

Looks like a match made in heaven! Hubby grew up with boxers and at that time their average lifespan was 6-8 years. We've talked to a number of boxer owners over the years and the average lifespan has increased up to 8-10 and in many cases longer. Here's wishing you and Jackson many more years together!
Crowe 08/30/14 06:45pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Arrogance Personified

Didn't bother me a bit either. The arrogance just had me doing a double take it was so laughable. A simple "Thanks" would have been far less rude and condescending. Was his tone arrogant or did you just perceive it as arrogance? Some people just don't know how to take compliments and others are actually embarrassed by their money. It seems it did bother your or you wouldn't have bothered to post. Doesn't sound to me that he was rude or arrogant, just stating the facts.
Crowe 08/29/14 02:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question to physitists

The stairs in the house get longer, too. Are there any physicists on here? :)
Crowe 08/29/14 07:42am Around the Campfire
RE: Can we expect these shenanigans?

When customers misunderstand what they believe the price is for their stay at a campground, it is usually because of the convoluted terms. Then ask if you think the terms are "convoluted". I've never been to a cg where the terms weren't clear when it came to extra charges. I have no problem with a structured fee assessment. Start with a base of two people then go from there. I only had one child. Majority of the time I paid for the base rate of 4. What I see on here is the reverse-many don't think they should HAVE to pay for extra services, guests, pets, etc. These are businesses, not charities.
Crowe 08/28/14 04:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Our daughter is going to need a Prozac

Son left last night for Grad school. No heartburn at this point. He's just an hour away and will be home on Friday for the long weekend. It does get easier. The house was, indeed, eerily quiet last night though.
Crowe 08/27/14 06:14am Around the Campfire
RE: Question re: 7 in 1 dog vaccine

So how do you know the issue was the multiple antigens vs. that manufacturer's vaccine? I don't but honestly I don't care. It's easy enough to spread vaccines so this is a non-issue to me. You're pushing your protocol in the same manner the raw-diet zealots push their agenda. Shouldn't matter to you.
Crowe 08/26/14 06:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: East Coast Suggestions?

Maine. Always Maine, especially that time of year! :)
Crowe 08/26/14 02:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Question re: 7 in 1 dog vaccine

Mark, the evidence is in the fact I almost lost a dog because of it and a very experienced vet practice has seen a rise in the type of reaction Toby had. Even if the odds are slim, what's the harm in spacing the vaccines out?
Crowe 08/26/14 02:33pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Question re: 7 in 1 dog vaccine

After almost losing our bloodhound from too many vaccinations at once, I am not a fan of the 7 in 1 protocol. I think Susan's rotation idea is a good one, as do all the vets at the practice we us.
Crowe 08/26/14 06:16am RV Pet Stop
RE: Gettysburg PA to Bangor ME - Where to stay?

Mid-week reservations up here should be no problem with the kids back in school. Weekends will be busier but other than Columbus Day weekend in October it shouldn't be difficult to get a reservation.
Crowe 08/24/14 08:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Finally!

Quick weekends are better than no weekends. We've found now that we don't have an RV we don't even go away weekends. BUT fall is coming which means the crowds will be gone and the beaches open to the dogs. Even a day trip down the Cape or up to Maine can make a big difference in our attitude.
Crowe 08/23/14 08:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Questions about Acadia next fall

Haven't stayed in the park since my tenting days many moons ago, but I'll second staying at the Oceanside KOA. Definite sticker shock material but the views can't be beat, they cook lobster dinners on-site, and at least through Labor Day the pie lady comes through daily with homemade blueberry and apple pies along with other goodies. We like to kayak and can launch right off the campground property.
Crowe 08/22/14 10:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will You Attend A College Football Game In 2014?

No. WPI isn't known for it's athletics!
Crowe 08/22/14 06:06am Around the Campfire
RE: All revved up with no place to go

I think it depends: if you are camping with kids, rain could be a problem. Actually, those are some of our fondest memories. Stomping in puddles, fishing in the rain, looking for frogs, worms, etc. Ever played mini-golf in the rain? Adds to the challenge. Life can be half empty or half full. We choose to look at it as half full.
Crowe 08/21/14 06:13am Roads and Routes
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