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RE: uninsured moterist rant

We have an uninsured/underinsured clause in our policy. MA requires insurance but not everybody who visits from out of state has it.
Crowe 01/18/18 07:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for ideas in and around Banff, Alberta

Bear Street Tavern-great beer and pizza. The Keg Steakhouse-it's a chain but was quite good. Magpie and Stump-quirky but decent Mexican. Skip Wild Bill's Saloon. Lake Minnewanka boat cruise. Visit Lake Louise (very busy). Columbia Icefields Parkway. Banff gondola. Bow Falls. Banff Upper Hot Springs. Parks Administration Building. Hike, drive the park, enjoy the scenery. Visit the golf course at dusk to see the elk. Shop, shop, shop in downtown (very touristy and expensive). I like the town of Canmore better(about 30 minutes outside). Less expensive, less crowded and they have a FANTASTIC Brazilian steakhouse called Gaucho. Be prepared to eat yourself silly! Grizzly Paw Brewing Company is pretty decent as well-excellent burgers. Not sure about the campgrounds there but we stayed in a nice condo for about 30% less than the cost in Banff. Personally I prefer Jasper over Banff. It's less crowded, more wild, absolutely stunning and has a much less touristy vibe. It's somewhat "hipster" but the people there, locals and visitors alike, are phenomenal. It's hard to explain-you need to experience it to understand it.
Crowe 01/18/18 05:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jumbled Words

benign LREECA
Crowe 01/18/18 06:13am Around the Campfire
RE: Updated: Wilkes-Barre to Freeport

Littleton, Mass., near Lowell. Just a head's up, it might only be 15 miles but it can take you anywhere from 20 minutes to easily an hour or two. Just make sure you plan enough time. Clouddriver is correct-just go north on 495-it dead ends at 95 in NH. Take 95 north to 295 and take one of the three exits that go to Freeport. There are signs.
Crowe 01/17/18 02:47pm Roads and Routes
Forgot to tell you the most FANTASTIC news!

A while ago I posted that my best friend was starting her cancer battle. Now, a year or so later, she's CANCER FREE!!!!!!!! She is finally through all her chemo, radiation and recovery and wants to go out to dinner!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Crowe 01/15/18 05:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dan Gurney passes

Thanks to all that helped me out. Sounds like he will be dearly missed.
Crowe 01/15/18 10:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Dan Gurney passes

Never heard of him. Who is he?
Crowe 01/15/18 06:10am Around the Campfire
RE: Sam's Club closes hundreds of stores nationwide

So far the Sam's closest to us is staying open but with BJs and Costco just as close I think it's time to switch. Never been a fan of WalMart's predatory business practices.
Crowe 01/12/18 06:08am Around the Campfire
RE: New Here n very excited

Ad on eHarmony or other such dating site but explain any "rules".
Crowe 01/09/18 07:06pm RV Lifestyle
Question regarding posting on Facebook about person's death

Not an obit per se but my MIL is not well and it has occurred to a few of us that we have no contact info for many relatives and friends of the family. Many are on Facebook and would be easy to tag. Would you consider it in poor taste to notify people that we haven't had contact in for a while this way? My thought process would be to post a "I am so sorry to have to post such sad news" type of message. Thanks.
Crowe 01/08/18 06:17am Around the Campfire
RE: Note to self!

LOL! We built storage shelves in our garage a number of years ago and store extra water, soda, beer, etc. out there. The garage rarely gets below 30 and at that temp stuff freezes slowly. Well, the garage temp dropped to about 15 two days ago and now is at 11. Took most of the liquids out but forgot the 2.5 gallon jug of water. I figure it will defrost by May!
Crowe 01/06/18 08:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: New laws and guns/ammo in California

In all states your rv is considered your residence and you can take them with you. Not true. This may clarify what an RV is considered in every state (might need to find an updated version): https://www.allstays.com/Features/gun-travel-rv-as-residence/ What it is considered in MA is irrelevant. You must have a permit.
Crowe 01/05/18 07:56pm Beginning RVing
RE: Roll Call Alaska 2018

Guess you can count me in now, except I won't be RVing. Heading to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center on Kodiak Island to do some bear photography then spending a few days in the Anchorage area afterwards.
Crowe 01/05/18 06:15am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Weather bomb heading towards east coast - colder than Mars

No electric heat or furnaces either but some have natural gas fireplaces. Not many with wood heaters or other non-electric sources I would guess. You guessed wrong. Lot of homes have fireplaces (both wood and gas), wood, pellet or gas stoves and many now have generators. Most homes now seem to be built with an alternate heat source of one sort or another. While that helps to keep people warm it doesn't help with frozen pipe prevention. I agree that the hype is amazing. This is a typical nor'easter that just happens to have an atypical characteristic of quickly deepening low pressure. A foot or more of snow at one time is not unusual, even in a short time frame. Temps are in the 20s, which is also normal. What's NOT normal is the length of time of the abnormally low temps-7 straight days that it never broke 20 in Boston. Heat wave in some areas, I know! It's also pretty normal for it to be bitterly cold after a storm like this but not the -10 to -20 they are predicting. It is indeed all about ratings. One of Boston's femal news anchors quit abruptly. It came as quite a surprise as she was very well-liked. Turns out she was asked to dress "more sexy" but she refused and quit. This is apparently why we now see female newscasters now dressing like they are going out for a night on the town rather than in a business manner. It's all about how many people will watch, not about the content.
Crowe 01/04/18 06:52am Around the Campfire
RE: Crazy Yellowstone

I don't want to stay outside the park and drive all that distance every morning and evening, Absolutely. I've stayed at the Old Faithful Inn as well as cabins in YNP (forget where, it was many moons ago on my honeymoon and oh ya, we broke a bed!) and I've stayed in many nicer places elsewhere BUT would stay in the park again. Comfort is somewhat secondary to location. It's amazing to walk out the front door to go to the geyser and have to stop because there's a buffalo in your way. A hotel in a border town is just that-a hotel. A property in the park boundaries is a very different experience.
Crowe 01/03/18 03:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Weather bomb heading towards east coast - colder than Mars

Not sure how a person prepares for something like that Make sure there's food in the house (normal amounts, not 6 loaves of bread and 8 gallons of milk), get snow removal equipment ready, hit packy for wine, and ensure chocolate supply is adequate. what to do when/if the power fails. Enjoy.
Crowe 01/03/18 03:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Titles - Part Deux

Promises in the DARK - Pat Benatar
Crowe 01/03/18 03:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

center FBEEIL
Crowe 01/03/18 03:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cost of travel

Check to see if your credit/debit card charges transaction fees. The benefit is you don't have to carry large amounts of cash around-just get cash as needed at an ATM. Use credit whenever possible, especially if you have a reward card of any sort. If your card does charge a transaction fee consider getting a new card that doesn't, especially if you will be traveling out of the country with an frequency.
Crowe 01/03/18 06:10am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: In case anyone is interested..........

Read an article earlier, it's so cold in Cape Cod that sharks are freezing to death and washing ashore. Sad but true. -10 when I let the dogs out at 6:15 this morning. Saturday is going to be worse before it moderates next week. We are hardy critters up here but enough is enough and it's more than we are used to.
Crowe 01/02/18 03:28pm Around the Campfire
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