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RE: Losing hair

I agree with the above on thyroid and skin allergies but has he been checked for mange? It could easily have been transferred at the groomers.
Crowe 04/25/18 06:46pm RV Pet Stop
RE: 4 Word Sentence

Happy Turtles Frolic Daily P M S C
Crowe 04/25/18 06:42pm Around the Campfire
Painting experts-walls or trim first?

Hubby and I are having a debate-we need to do some painting and disagree which should be painted first-walls or trim. What say you?
Crowe 04/24/18 06:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: Moose on deck...!

So cool!
Crowe 04/24/18 06:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: Mark Twain said it best.......

Well, hi there! Welcome back! Glad to hear from you.
Crowe 04/24/18 03:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Maine...??

Arcadia It's Acadia-no "r". Easier to find without the "r" when searching but it will come up even with the "r" in it.
Crowe 04/24/18 10:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hiring Movers

Tatest, thanks for the analysis. Move is only 30 miles. How much time we have will depend on the timeframe between the closing on both houses. It's not feasible for someone to be home the entire time our stuff is being packed. We decided last night to somewhat "pack as we go". Our basement needs painting and there's nothing essential down there so we will pack when we clean to paint. If we decide it's too much effort then we will look into having someone else do it. If you don't have time to supervise a crew of packers, how are you going to find the time to pack it all yourself? Easy. Little by little, a room at a time or as we determine what can be packed because it won't be needed right away.
Crowe 04/24/18 06:20am Around the Campfire
RE: Maine...??

Bar Harbor KOA is pricey but has beautiful views of the most fantastic sunsets. They do breakfasts and lobster bakes regularly. Sites are on the small side and the ones directly on the water don't have full hook-ups but it's one of the best places we've ever stayed.
Crowe 04/23/18 03:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hiring Movers

We are definitely having them move the furniture and other heavy stuff. We have to hire a rigger to move our gun safes. We will definitely move the firearms ourselves-it's all the other stuff like dishes, clothes, books, pots, pans, linens, etc., that I'm wondering if it's worth the money to have them pack.
Crowe 04/23/18 03:29pm Around the Campfire
Hiring Movers

We are definitely hiring movers when we move to the new house in August. We most likely will have the option of having them pack our stuff or we do it ourselves. I fully understand the concept of if they pack it and it breaks vs. if we pack it. I know others who have had the moving company do the packing but I am not sure I am comfortable with strangers in the house when I am not there, rifling through all my personal stuff. I suppose we could potentially arrange for one of us to be there while everything is being packed but I'm not sure that's feasible. Thoughts?
Crowe 04/22/18 05:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

posse riahcs
Crowe 04/22/18 05:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: 25 reasons to hate Gonzo

One reason would have been enough You beat me to it! I was going to say I only needed one! :B
Crowe 04/22/18 05:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: Heron

Very cool!
Crowe 04/20/18 06:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: My brain hurts!

Now I'm having the fun of trying to get an insurance binder on a house that is only a hole in the ground with some forms in it! And it's in a different state from where I live now. Ins co says binder doesn't need to be in place until house is built. Mortgage company wants it now. Insurance agent is trying to figure it all out.
Crowe 04/20/18 02:37pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

Once in a while a post doesn't show up immediately for reasons unknown. It's happened to me. Horse was one of the words at one time on the last page. That makes sense-gotta love technology! The Wedding Song - Peter, Paul and Mary
Crowe 04/19/18 07:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

One HORSE Town — Blackberry Smoke Unless I missed something this doesn't follow the pattern of using a word from the prior song, "The Yellow Rose of Texas". Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree - Tony Orlando and Dawn
Crowe 04/19/18 03:48pm Around the Campfire
RE: Maine...??

Northwoods Outfitters in Greenville offers moose tours of varying styles. If you decide to camp in Baxter as suggested make sure you are aware of the rules before you go. They are pretty strict about some things. Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor is a must-see. Make sure you go to Schoodic Point. Take a whale watch or a sail out of Bar Harbor. Enjoy the shops and restaurants. Go for a carriage ride and take the loop road in Acadia. Book a campground soon-many will already be booked.
Crowe 04/18/18 07:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I am probably a tv advertiser's worst nightmare

You're the dream of advertisers. You remember the commercial perfectly, and they figure that unconsciously you also associate a product with that commercial, even though you don't think you do. X2
Crowe 04/17/18 10:11am Around the Campfire
RE: My brain hurts!

Read the fine print closely,if it asks for the first born,you can build the home with one less bedroom. Long term savings can be applied to a new camper. You are a GENIUS! I didn't even think of that! :B Where ya moving to? Merrimack, NH. Our "dream" was Hollis, NH because it's so rural and so picturesque but it just didn't work out. It's fine though-the pros of living in Merrimack outweigh what we "lost". It's been a long journey (almost 3 years) but with all the self-discovery and life evaluations we've made along the way it was well worth it.
Crowe 04/17/18 06:16am Around the Campfire
My brain hurts!

We are in the mortgage process to buy the new house being built but we may or may not have our current house sold prior. The amount of support paperwork and forms involved is mindboggling. The mortgage app alone is 37 pages. We're doing it all electronically at this point but the amount of documentation I'm uploading is amazing. I'm waiting for them to ask for my first born!
Crowe 04/16/18 03:27pm Around the Campfire
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