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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
RE: Questions about Acadia next fall

Definitely use the Foliage Network but you must watch the updates closely. Right now they are estimating we are running about 2 weeks ahead of normal this year.
Crowe 08/20/14 03:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Coming Soon: Free Cupcakes with Good Sam Membership

Why would he want them? Their products stink.
Crowe 08/20/14 03:02pm Around the Campfire
RE: All revved up with no place to go

Where in Canada are you? The northeast US is experience early fall weather that's been absolutely stellar. If you are relatively close to NY, PA, OH, or NE, I'd head that way.
Crowe 08/20/14 10:59am Roads and Routes
RE: What to do to correct dog agression to other dogs?

I'll say what everyone else is dancing around: The dog should be put down. It is a danger to other animals- and likely humans, too. I don't interpret these responses as "dancing around" anything. SIL has trained dogs such as this with great results. An animal behaviorist is definitely in order, as is a full medical exam if there hasn't been one. If the dog is not neutered (my apologies if that's stated somewhere and I missed it) that would be step number one. One of the major causes of inappropriate dog behavior is inappropriate owner behavior, i.e. your tensing up is causing the dog to snap. While agree the breed doesn't lend itself to necessarily being a social dog, there are many breeds that some would like to eliminate for the same reasons. Before you take the potentially unnecessary step of euthanizing the dog, PLEASE try a behavior specialist who can analyze the dog AND you. Also, please keep us informed as to how you make out.
Crowe 08/20/14 10:55am RV Pet Stop
RE: Brain Fart for those who don't have washing machine onboard

Too funny! When I read the title of the thread, I thought "really?" We'd always go to the campground laundromat (we never boondocked) but I never knew there would be so many clever ways to do laundry without electricity! Love the ideas. Great scout project.
Crowe 08/19/14 04:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Our canine friends waiting at rainbow bridge

Yup, I see Toby's slobbery drool raining down. Never thought I'd miss that but I do. Thanks, Tom. Totally agree this should be a reminder to cherish the short time spans we have with our furry buddies. As far as the Photoshop comment-there are many who only see the "rain" part in a rainbow.
Crowe 08/19/14 03:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Northeast trip

Kids will be back in school, but there's no way to predict traffic. Morning traffic gets worse because of school buses and stay-at-home parents picking up jobs during the school year. As far as regular rush hour traffic-that doesn't change as much-it's just always bad. What are your plans for the area? There are a lot of attractions that move to just weekend hours after Labor Day.
Crowe 08/19/14 06:13am Roads and Routes
RE: Apple season - almost here!

Don't have to camp to get apples-we have 20-30 orchards within an hour of us. Best apples in the world come from New England! :)
Crowe 08/17/14 06:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RIP Colossus!

They are tearing down the wooden roller coast in Six Flags New England as well. I think it was called the Cyclone. This one wasn't very long but was one of the best wooden coasters I've ever ridden.
Crowe 08/17/14 07:49am Around the Campfire
RE: question about campers inn .

Just like any franchise, it varies from location to location. The Merrimack, NH facility is the only place that would/could help us fix one last major issue with our Endura. The original dealership, Mann's RV in Rutland, had fixed everything else but being a small dealership couldn't wield the necessary power to get us what we needed. We bought our 2nd pop-up from them at an RV show with no issue, but had some issues when we bought our 5th wheel. The ratings for their Merrimack facility are overall very good. We've bought supplies there and know them well enough that even if we go in there to "window shop" we get treated well.
Crowe 08/15/14 05:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Fox playing with a dog toy

Fox often play with their food like that. Very cute and a beautiful animal.
Crowe 08/14/14 08:03am RV Pet Stop
Need handle of some sort on cap windows

We have a cap on our F150. Opening and closing the side windows is somewhat problematic as one of us either has to climb in and push the window open/closed, or apply enough pressure from the outside (flat-palming usually) to slide it. Our fear is that either my hubby or son will push a little too hard plus it's a PITA. We were in the hardware store tonight looking for a small knob-type handle that we could stick on and use that to push/pull with. Any suggestions or is there another way to open and close the window with ease? Thanks.
Crowe 08/13/14 06:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Our daughter is going to need a Prozac

Mom will adjust pretty quickly I'm sure, especially with her being so close. My son is about 50 miles away. The cool thing is if you need to get out there, you can, but Heather will also have her own space. The biggest key is mama has to let go-no unexpected visits, no constant phone calls, and no prying. It's not easy. We dropped my son off on a Sunday. On Wednesday I emailed hubby to tell him I had forgotten to pull something out of the freezer for dinner so we'd be eating late, don't rush home. His response-don't cook, we can to out to eat! Well, that turned the tables in a hurry! Each time we saw my son, which was quite often at the beginning, we marveled at how much he had grown up. And it still continues. As my SIL put it when you drop her off it will be one of the most wonderfully terrible moments of your life. From one mom to another: You've spent 18 years building her wings feather by feather. Now it's time to let her fly. Sometimes she will soar. Sometimes she will barely lift off the ground. But she will learn. And grow. And you will never be so proud of her-and yourself-on the day she takes off.
Crowe 08/13/14 03:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: In my 30s, need career advice from wiser RV.net'ers

yes, currently putting my feelers out to see what else is out there job wise. Yes, since the wife is the bread winner by far we have started talking about It just comes with time and believe me, moms are no different! A career life coach is also a good idea. Sometimes we know what we want to do but just don't know how to get there. Or sometimes we DON'T know what to do and they help us figure it out.
Crowe 08/13/14 05:13am Around the Campfire
RE: Washington

As long as you hit Richmond and DC early, you should miss the bulk of the traffic. We've gone through DC multiple times on a Sunday a.m. with no traffic, but it's been around 8 a.m. or so. I think if you get through there by 10ish you should be OK.
Crowe 08/12/14 07:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: Another New Member

Welcome aboard and thank you for your service.
Crowe 08/12/14 06:59pm Beginning RVing
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