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RE: Canadian sticker shock

I've traveled a lot in Canada and it's worth every penny. There is so much to see and do and it's a beautiful country with wonderful people. To me it's no different than plunking down well over $100 USD for a one-day visit to Disney or $500K on a MH. It is what it is. Sometimes you just have to put a sling under your jaw to hold it up.
Crowe 06/21/18 05:24pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Worst US/Canadian border crossing

Why people continue to make mountains out of molehills I will never understand. Border crossings are easy-answer the questions truthfully, don't act nervous and don't try to get contraband across the border. It's truly a no-brainer. Yes, you may get the agent who is in a foul mood or the one trying to prove himself but there's nothing you can do to prepare for that. Just relax and keep in mind they have a job to do.
Crowe 06/20/18 06:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Critters

Call your state Fish and Game department. They will most likely come and relocate them. A pest control company would be my second choice although many euthanize the animals even though they say otherwise.
Crowe 06/18/18 03:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: summer trip. Tough Mudder/ upstate NY/ New England

y dad isn't really keen on driving the rigs through beantown 1. Don't call it "Beantown" when you are there. They'll pick you for a tourist instantaneously! :B 2. You can't drive through the city on I93. You must circumvent either on 128/95 or 495. Plus it sounds like Bar harbor might be better with a few more days. Absolutely!
Crowe 06/18/18 10:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: summer trip. Tough Mudder/ upstate NY/ New England

The Red Sox aren't in town when I'll be there and I really want to go to Fenway. Go anyway. They offer tours-the info should be online. One neat thing to do is go to "Thunder Hole" at night and stargaze. Prefer the top of Cadillac Mountain. Drive up/down can be a bit hairy if it's foggy. They do close this road if necessary due to weather conditions. We like the Bar Harbor KOA. Sites are "cozy" but you can kayak right off their beach, there are a lot if kid's activities, they do lobster bakes right on-site and they also do pancake breakfasts. It's expensive and a bit further out but the sunsets are unbeatable.
Crowe 06/18/18 06:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: i dont know

EEEEEEWWWWWWW!
Crowe 06/15/18 07:33pm Around the Campfire
RE: Anthony Bourdain

That some deem suicide a selfish act seems to indicate to me a great lack of understanding of mental illness as true illness. It makes about as much sense to me as calling a death due to a heart attack (in a fit person) or aneurysm a selfish act. X2.
Crowe 06/14/18 06:13am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

I Think I Love You - Partridge Family
Crowe 06/12/18 03:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Anthony Bourdain

I had a "love/hate" relationship with him. At times I had the utmost respect for how he introduced the world to the world and at others couldn't stand his arrogance and self-importance. He lost ALL favor with me when he threatened the President.
Crowe 06/12/18 03:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: How to remove dead mouse...

LOL RayJayco! That's been one of my favorite "stupid" jokes forever! We pulled the fridge out to check it and couldn't find it. Our new one gets delivered tomorrow-that was the fastest they could do. A big candle and open windows are making it bearable. It's very windy today which is helpful.
Crowe 06/12/18 03:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: How to remove dead mouse...

Thanks Navegator! I probably should have specified it was a residential fridge, not an RV fridge. But problem solved. Expensively but solved.
Crowe 06/12/18 10:19am Around the Campfire
RE: How to remove dead mouse...

Wound up just buying a new fridge. At least it will be a selling point for the house!
Crowe 06/11/18 07:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: How to remove dead mouse...

Color me stupid. What's the vent stack?
Crowe 06/11/18 04:49pm Around the Campfire
How to remove dead mouse...

Our refrigerator is giving off a dead mouse odor when the motor and fan kick on (not inside). We've taken apart as much as we think we can, cleaned it out, but no mouse was found. We can't find a schematic to get any more info. Thoughts?
Crowe 06/11/18 04:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: Bizzare Foods. Where'd it go?

Too gross for me. Maybe someone had common sense and took it off the air.
Crowe 06/11/18 04:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: KOA Campground Cancellation Policy

LOL! Just another "let's bash KOA" thread. You read the policy, you agreed to the policy and then you complain. If you didn't like it you should have moved along. What cracks me up is some of you think that KOA is the ONLY type of campground that has strict policies that they enforce. Many private campgrounds do so as well. It is so easy to avoid this type of thing. If you don't like the policy, DON'T STAY THERE. None of us are "special"-we all should be expected to abide by the same rules. If you've had an emergency or unpredictable delay then ask for an exception. If they don't give it to you remember it's THEIR right to not do so. These are not charities, they are businesses.
Crowe 06/11/18 10:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Glacier NP in Aug/Sept.

The only way to know is to try and book a site.
Crowe 06/09/18 07:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Moving dogs to new house

Most likely it will be a couple of weeks between the time we pass papers and we physically move. In that time frame we'll move some of our stuff so we can take them with us at that point. We won't have a fenced yard yet-that's going to present some logistics issues-but we'll do something temporary. Hopefully it won't take long for us to sell our existing house once we get it on the market. Thanks for the input. It's much appreciated.
Crowe 06/09/18 06:54am RV Pet Stop
Moving dogs to new house

We will be moving to our new house in mid-August or so. When we moved to this house our Gordon setter & bluetick coonhound just kind of rolled with it. Neither one was what I would consider a "sensitive" dog. Jake I'm sure will be fine-he's just a dope most of the time. However, Jesse is hypersensitive and we want to make the transition as smooth as possible. Can't decide if we want to send them to doggie daycare to keep them out of the way when we move or keep them at the old house out in their kennel and then drive them up when it's time to go. I'm probably overthinking and overreacting, but Jesse is very similar to teenage girl most of the time. Thoughts?
Crowe 06/07/18 04:46pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Van full of show dogs stolen

Apparently this dimwit hasn't heard of the term DRIVE THROUGH.
Crowe 06/07/18 04:42pm RV Pet Stop
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