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RE: Sometimes, a dog is just a dog?

Thoughts and prayers are with you.
Crowe 04/17/14 03:01pm RV Pet Stop
RE: New Brunswick Canada Flood 2014

We know exactly where that is. Have been by there going to Fundy National Park many times. How sad! The units can be replace and the business rebuilt. I hope nobody was hurt. Some of the big storms that glanced New England hit NB head on. Hope it recedes soon.
Crowe 04/16/14 06:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Northeast

Be ready for rain Actually September is one of the drier months, UNLESS summer hangs on. September is fair season up here. Other than Labor Day weekend, shouldn't be hard to get a site as kids are back in school, although it seems locals are camping later each year. Weather is usually warm, dry days, w/cool nights. As others have stated, the further north you go the colder it will be. Usually! Right now there's some serious flooding going on in some areas-hopefully there won't be much damage. Still a lot of snow to melt.
Crowe 04/16/14 12:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: There are x's it's unfortunate I can't bring a sis 4 Calvin

Who to trust, who to trust??? Hmmmm. No worries Pops! I'm sure Calvin understands.
Crowe 04/16/14 12:19pm RV Pet Stop
RE: My furry beach bums

OK now I can see the pitchers! Looks like a fun day! Had a dickens of a time trying to get them to post. Pilot error. They just LOVE the beach.
Crowe 04/16/14 06:18am RV Pet Stop
RE: where is spring?

More than a few flakes last night. Got woken up at 3:30 a.m. by the sound of ice bouncing off the windows. Have about 1/4 of an inch of ice/snow. Will be gone by the end of the day but REALLY?
Crowe 04/16/14 06:15am Around the Campfire
RE: Anyone who's up right now go outside and check out the moon!

Couldn't see it here, either, due to cloud cover.
Crowe 04/15/14 08:18pm Around the Campfire
My furry beach bums

Took advantage of one the last remaining weekends we can run the dogs on the beach up here. This is Good Harbor beach in Gloucester, MA, one of most dog friendly beaches up here. Weather broke late Sunday afternoon and it was just perfect. http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww68/lcrowe/Jesse_zpsebdb94b0.jpg http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww68/lcrowe/Lovingthebeach_zps14c1a77e.jpg http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww68/lcrowe/Buddies_zps62b47a3f.jpg
Crowe 04/15/14 07:25pm RV Pet Stop
RE: New Family Members

How CUTE! Enjoy!
Crowe 04/15/14 07:23pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Sometimes, a dog is just a dog?

I can fully understand. We were in Alaska when our Gordon setter Riley had to be put down. SIL made the decision for us because we were unreachable. Before we left we questioned if it was time and if he'd be able to handle being kenneled, but we have stellar kennel and decided it was OK. 2 days after we dropped him off he started having seizures and upon looking back we realized it had been happening prior to this. Had we fully understood, we would have made the decision prior to going. When we found out what happened we were sad and feeling somewhat guilty. I thought I'd be devastated when we got home but wasn't. We felt his loss but also realized some time later that yes, he was just a dog. We never had the connection to him for reasons unknown that we've had with our other dogs. You are not alone and I know you aren't looking for vindication but it's OK to feel that way.
Crowe 04/15/14 07:21pm RV Pet Stop
Some amazing photography

Don't know if any of these are "doctored" but they sure are great! http://www.perfectlytimedpics.com/cute-baby-monkey/#.U022xmxOXIU
Crowe 04/15/14 04:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Happy Dogs From This Weekend

Took my guys to the beach yesterday. When hubby downloads the pics I'll post. They LOVED to camp when we took them. Love your Brittanies.
Crowe 04/14/14 07:31pm RV Pet Stop
RE: What the Heck!

Make a snowman and take some savage amusement watching it melt.
Crowe 04/14/14 07:24pm Around the Campfire
RE: where is spring?

Spring finally hit here-but it's going away again. Wednesday and Thursday are going to be cold-40s after a warm weekend and 75 today. Heard we may get a snowflake or 2 as well. My heart goes out to you-we've had a long winter here but it doesn't look like yours will ever end. Some tips: Get some exercise even if it's just walking around a mall. Go outside any time the sun is out, even if you just stand there with your face turned up to it. And drink WINE! :B
Crowe 04/14/14 07:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Update on BenBen- still has more time in him

So sorry to hear. Sometimes things just aren't meant to be. Your love for BenBen will help guide you on the right path.
Crowe 04/12/14 08:02pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A word of thanks to Keystone Ford in PA

We had a similar experience with Princeton Ford in Princeton, NJ a number of years ago, also towing a 5th wheel. I'm glad to see Ford is still there for it's customers.
Crowe 04/11/14 07:17pm General RVing Issues
Priest surprises bride & groom with song-a must listen

It's not often I post anything that's a must, but this was absolutely amazing. Brought tears to my eyes. https://metro.co.uk/2014/04/10/hallelujah-priest-stuns-wedding-guests-with-amazing-rendition-of-leonard-cohen-song-4694240?ITO=SendToAFriend
Crowe 04/10/14 06:27pm Around the Campfire
RE: Katy joins Jake

So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers to you and your family.
Crowe 04/10/14 03:38pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Family rescused at sea

So, are you saying that backpacking a day or two up a wilderness trail is the same as sailing out in a small boat into the middle of the Pacific Ocean? Risk-wise, absolutely. Assume the same situation, or a wild animal attack, appendicitis, anything-and you are out of cell-phone reach. Or, you've hiked in a few days, no place for a helo to land, you either have to hike out on your own or it's going to take rescuers time to get in and get out. Absolutely no difference. We just take it for granted that because we are experienced outdoor people that either nothing will happen or we can handle it. If your child is playing in the back yard, severs a main artery and starts to bleed out, do you have the where-with-all to know what to do while the ambulance is on it's way to prevent the child from bleeding out?
Crowe 04/09/14 06:19am Around the Campfire
RE: Baltimore/washington Parkway with a 5th wheel tralier

We've done it in the 5'er and Endura with no issue but I agree with ependydad-the topside is less stressful.
Crowe 04/08/14 07:33pm Roads and Routes
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