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RE: Avoid Tip O'Neal tunnel

Take I-95/Route 128. Driving through Boston is such a pain. X2. Regardless of restrictions it's not a fun time. 95/128 will get you where you need to go easier. When are you going? Rt. 128 will be closed 11/4-11/6 as they will be tearing down a bridge.
Crowe 09/24/16 05:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Feeling sick since first day RVing

An epic troll. 5 pages. Might be a new record. Yup. So sick he can still sit at a computer and type. Won't go to the doc because he has no money but has an RV AND a computer. AND it's his first post. Y'all got suckered.
Crowe 09/23/16 12:46pm Beginning RVing
RE: Towing a fifth wheel back from anchorage ak February

Have you ever driven in the snow? If not, I'd scrap the idea completely. Tackling slippery weather conditions for the first time in a car is one thing but adding driving the 5er is nuts.
Crowe 09/22/16 03:36pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Canadians driving in USA

Didn't watch the second one because I found the first one just plain stupid. I get the satire completely but I just didn't find it funny.
Crowe 09/22/16 03:33pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Jumbled Words

prune S R E M G
Crowe 09/22/16 08:58am Around the Campfire
RE: Banff & Jasper National Parks

We were there from 8/26-9/7. The first half of the trip (Jasper) the weather was stellar-mostly sunny with a few scattered showers and in the 60s & 70s. The second half (Banff) was cold and wet with snow at the higher elevations. However, with just a few exceptions the crowds weren't too bad. The bull elk were starting the rut so there was a lot of activity. If you plan on going peak season I'd recommend booking as soon as you fir up your dates.
Crowe 09/20/16 07:17pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: rain

We only wound up with .62 inches. Some areas did get 2-3. At least the grass is greening up and my plants don't look like they are going to fall over!
Crowe 09/20/16 07:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: PSA-Wet Leaves

I thought you were joking. Nope. Every year there are accidents due to wet leave slides as people just don't understand how slick they can get. Same with black ice, but that's a whole 'nuther story.
Crowe 09/20/16 10:20am General RVing Issues
RE: PSA-Wet Leaves

Darn, someone post a timely reminder and gets a bunch of smart a$$ reply's! Karma. It will happen. Guess these dudes haven't read any of the threads about these kind of remarks! :B wa8yxm, I'm assuming you mean "pedestrians" and not pediatricians! Thanks for the support (and you too rhagfo!). Guess the "perfect" drivers on here are aware of every situation they may encounter and have forgotten not everyone lives in an area where this can be problematic.
Crowe 09/20/16 08:59am General RVing Issues
PSA-Wet Leaves

Fall is rapidly approaching and the leaves are starting to fall. Just a reminder that wet leaves are deceiving and can be as slippery as ice. As the temps start to fall also be aware that they can cover up ice that may be lurking underneath.
Crowe 09/20/16 06:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

Mr. Bojangles - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Crowe 09/20/16 06:01am Around the Campfire
RE: The end of an era --maybe.

I take a picture of the card with my phone Good idea but half the time I don't have my phone on me! My insurance company supplies business cards with all the info on it-you'd think I'd stick one in my wallet!
Crowe 09/19/16 06:48pm Beginning RVing
RE: rain

It's raining and I mean RAINING!!! Woot!!!!!! They are expected anywhere from 1-2 inches in most of this area. It won't go that far to alleviating the drought but will help and will reduce the risk of brush fires considerably. We have been very lucky in that respect. I don't ever remember a time like this with so little rain. It was 1995 or 1996. The Cambridge Reservoir was so low the "experts" said it would be a decade before it would fill up again. That was the year we had so much flooding in the fall and the reservoir filled back up again.
Crowe 09/19/16 06:14am Around the Campfire
RE: Driving - Day or Night

Day-eastern seaboard
Crowe 09/18/16 05:22pm Beginning RVing
RE: The end of an era --maybe.

What if you just didn't have your card? I never have an insurance card on me. I know who my agent is. No proof on your person is necessary. it saved my insurance from getting subrogated to, twice, when there were uninsured or underinsured parties at fault. I'm insured for that, too. If one sees it as a convienence in the right situation to not deal with it personally It's never convenient to deal with this personally. Also, should there be issues that crop up later you are SOL if you settle without using the insurance company. I think your situation is highly unique and far from the norm.
Crowe 09/18/16 02:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: The end of an era --maybe.

DO NOT give out your insurance info at the scene and let it become record on the police report. Bad advice. This can result in fines in MA if not done in a timely manner. Insurance information is not listed on a MA Collision Report form but you do not want your info out there for the other party's insurance to be able to deal with. You absolutely DO want the other party's insurance company to deal with yours. Otherwise it is you PERSONALLY who will have to make any financial amends. Besides, that's what we pay them for. Isn't this why we have insurance, to make sure the insurance company pays out accordingly? Long story, but you can easily be negotiated to partially at fault between the insurance companies even if you were stopped at a red light with your foot on the brake and got rear ended in broad daylight. And this can happen regardless of what info you supply. There's no legitimate reason to not give your insurance company info to all parties involved.
Crowe 09/18/16 07:50am Beginning RVing
RE: Aspen in the Rockies - Post Pictures PLEASE!

We didn't get any real good pics but the Aspens in the Jasper/Banff area were just starting to turn and they were outstanding. I'll see what we've got.
Crowe 09/17/16 07:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: rain

We could use some of that. 50% of MA is now in severe drought. Average is down 9 inches but the Worcester area is down 16. The town of Ashland has about a week left before the pumps in the reservoir stop working. On the up side the MWRA has almost 90% in their reservoir system and they'll be able to help out. If we don't get rain soon, though, it will be a short-lived stop-gap measure. We are supposed to get rain tomorrow and Monday but it won't be near enough. We need a tropical storm to come up the coast and unload.
Crowe 09/17/16 07:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: The end of an era --maybe.

Use your insurance company and their lawyers to your advantage. Pain and suffering, both emotional and physical, can be compensated for. Next route would be civil action against the driver of the truck. Find out what he was doing before he hit you and work from there. Glad you are OK and wish you the best.
Crowe 09/17/16 07:14am Beginning RVing
RE: Border Crossing Special Watch

Any time our rig or vehicle has been checked by either side, we weren't allowed near it until they were finished. Same here. The way I look at it the border agents are doing the job they are paid to do. I follow the rules because (1) I have nothing to hide and (2) they are the rules. I am not special, I should not be allowed an exemption from said rules-no one should. If you don't like said rules then don't cross the border. If you try to violate said rules be prepared to accept the consequences.
Crowe 09/16/16 10:19am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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