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RE: Shoes for RVing

I got news for you. Any kind of sock worn with sandals doesn't make you look Nerdy. It confirms that you are a Nerd. Heck, you're close to being a Nerd if you even consider wearing socks with sandals. The color of sock worn with sandals is what differentiates whether you are just a Nerd or you've graduated to Dork. LOL! Have to agree! What's the point of wearing sandals if you are going to wear socks? I wear Teva leather sandals a lot. Clean the leather occasionally and there's no smell.
Crowe 05/25/17 06:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

I Honestly LOVE You - Olivia Newton John
Crowe 05/24/17 06:30pm Around the Campfire
RE: DC to PEI

Can't help you with your route, except maybe when you get further north you can get on Route 1. It's called the "Coastal Route" although not a lot of it's truly coastal. Just wanted to express my condolences that you lost your navigator.
Crowe 05/24/17 03:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Weather report for Memorial Day Weekend??

Where exactly does the shirt condone drunkenness? I always thought we had voted on hating the noisy, obnoxious, drunk campers. When did we amend the motion to make it so restrictive? OMG-LOL!!!! You guys need to get over yourselves! The irony is truly lost on you, isn't it? Thank you pnichols. Common sense isn't dead!
Crowe 05/24/17 03:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Weather report for Memorial Day Weekend??

Kind of ironic that this sweatshirt everybody seems to love condones the one thing most of us seem to hate-drunk campers! :B
Crowe 05/24/17 10:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Nova Scotia Info - esp Cabot Trail

Fortress of Louisbourg is a must-do IMHO. Try their cannonball bread. Drive around Bras d'or Lakes. Beautiful. Take it slow and just enjoy the scenery.
Crowe 05/23/17 06:54pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Obbessive Compulsive Dumpers?

did you really see someone get dressed like that!? and if you did do you think their intent was to be funny. We used FHC sites to avoid having to use the station but on occasion we had to but tried to do so as quickly and efficiently as possible. If there was no line we'd take a little more time. As to the above comment you don't know this person's health situation. Most likely it's just plain paranoia but anyone with a weakened/compromised immune system is at risk for infection. What I don't understand is why anyone would get so wrapped around the axle as to how someone else dumps their tanks!
Crowe 05/23/17 06:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roger Moore passes away

I always go back and forth between Moore and Connery as to who was the best. Moore, however, played the part more naturally. He was a phenomenal talent who will be missed.
Crowe 05/23/17 06:37pm Around the Campfire
RE: Maine sites

Acadia/Bar Harbor definitely but it would be better to stay there-it's much easier than the hour or so drive from Bangor down. If "late summer" means after Labor Day I wouldn't worry too much about reservations. Before then definitely. Try the Bar Harbor KOA. Brunswick will give you good access to Freeport-shopping and the Desert of Maine. Very interesting place. Quite strange to see a desert there. You can also access Portland fairly easily. Sailing, whale watches, lots of shops and restaurants. There are also a number of museums there. If you don't mind driving a bit you can hit "quintessential" New England in Kennebunkport and Ogunquit. Kennebunkport has shopping, restaurants, sailing and beautiful ocean views. Ogunquit has one of the most beautiful beaches in ME but be prepared to see a LOT of "alternative" lifestyles. It's a very family-oriented area but does cater to many different types of people. It's one of our favorite places. There's antiquing almost anywhere in Maine. I'm not sure what "bang for the buck" you'll get using Bangor as a base. Maine's a fairly good-sized state. You don't say how long you have but I think you'd be better off to move around a bit. The southern beaches are quite nice although crowded before Labor Day. A few more hints of how long you have and what you like to do might help.
Crowe 05/21/17 05:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why do women want flush toilets?

Anatomy, pure and simple. That's one reason and trying to be as delicate as I can, certain times of the month it's just easier.
Crowe 05/20/17 07:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: I heard a good one

hhehehehehehehhahhahahahahah! heheheheheheheeeheeheee waaawaa waawa! heheheheheheheheheheheheeheheh! Ummm. There's meds for that! :B
Crowe 05/20/17 06:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: to reserve or not to reserve

The biggest mistake you can make RVing is having to be in a certain place at a certain time. Disagree. For those of us with limited time it's sometimes the only alternative. While it does make for some stress at times, arriving at a destination and not being able to find a place to stay can be more stressful. "Structure" for some when traveling is not a dirty word. I'm a planner so I always made reservations. I don't like surprises, especially bad ones! I also didn't have the luxury of traveling much other than peak season. If you are traveling off-season or in a not-so-sought-after area then reservations probably aren't necessary. During peak seasons or in popular places reservations are probably recommendated.
Crowe 05/19/17 07:34pm Beginning RVing
RE: Had a new moose calf born in the backyard yesterday

Awww so sweet! Accidentally got between a mama and baby moose many moons ago. Won't make that mistake EVER again!
Crowe 05/19/17 10:40am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: 2 feet of snow and counting...!

Note to self: Don't move to that part of Colorado!
Crowe 05/18/17 03:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Camera question

X3 on Canon. Their PowerShot series is great but might be more than you want to spend.
Crowe 05/18/17 06:09am Around the Campfire
RE: New to RV'ing - Big Trip - Would LOVE some thoughts!!

I have found that the soap pods work great for camping. It is a lot easier to carry a few pods to the laundry than a big jug of liquid detergent. Just keep pods you are about to take to laundry in a sandwich bag just in case you break one accidently. Also, what about dryer sheets - much easier to use than liquid fabric softener Have you packed any clothes pegs and clothesline for drying wet bathing suits, etc. Also handy is a small clothes line installed in the shower. Provides a place to hang wet rain coats where they can drip. X 2 with a few changes. Store the pods in a Tupperware container. Protects them from being squished. Easy to carry back and forth. I would recommend a small clothes drying rack for towels, bathing suits, raincoats. It can easily be moved outside. Best thing to bring and an absolute necessity-your sense of adventure. Keep it handy at all times. Be willing to switch gears quickly if necessary. Rain is not the enemy-you can to splash in puddles or build mud castles. Don't look for perfection-it will find you. Too many expectations can lead to major letdowns.
Crowe 05/16/17 03:41pm Roads and Routes
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

GOOD BYE Yellow Brick Road - Elton John
Crowe 05/16/17 03:31pm Around the Campfire
RE: Potential summer trip with kids

3. What are your average driving days? long driving days? look like mileage wise? Hour wise? I'd conservatively say I'd average 55-60 mph depending on the length of drive. When you factor in stops (which you should take frequent breaks with kids that age) most on here average 50 mpg. Some will do more, some will do less, but 50 mph is a good number to figure on. Having traveled extensively with a young child (who is now 25) I'd head south to Myrtle Beach and/or the Outer Banks. Still warm but you've got beaches and tons of kids activities. Hiking with young kids in the kind of heat that you will experience in Utah will not be pleasant. The parks themselves will be pretty boring to kids that age. I would save those types of trips until they are a bit older and can appreciate what's around them. If you do decide to do your original trip I'd cut back on the places to visit and make sure you stay in campgrounds that have things for the kids to do.
Crowe 05/16/17 06:22am Roads and Routes
RE: brothers, 11 and 14, graduate high school and college

I just pray she's able to continue their ability to be just kids. Too many of these prodigies wind up complete misfits and suicidal by the time they are adults.
Crowe 05/15/17 03:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Ford Sync DOESN'T Sync anymore, and it's bugging me!

We have a 2012 F150 with the same issue-new phone, though. Just loses sync. Ford had no answer. All the electronics in this vehicle are sketchy already. Looks like we should look into a firmware update.
Crowe 05/11/17 06:18am Tow Vehicles
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