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RE: branson mo

Pea Pod RV Park is right off Branson's Main Drag near the Titanic. Park on gravel. New owner, trying hard. Location was good for us to get to the shows. There is another park out the driveway to the right but the name escapes me now. It looked nice with oil parking.
hokeypokey 09/19/17 09:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Airstream Owner - Upgrade or Not Upgrade

We pulled a 12 foot A-Liner to Alaska. We moved often and it was a dream to set up. Even if campgrounds were full, we got in. To each his own, but the little camper served us well.
hokeypokey 09/12/17 08:23pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What are you reading?

*The Nightengale by Kristin Hannah *Glass Castle, Half Broke Horses and Silver Star - 3 books by Jeanette Walls *French Creek *A Man Called Ove *Open Season by CJBox. (Will read more of these) *The Hiding Room by Corrie Ten Boom
hokeypokey 09/12/17 01:58pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What's the WORST Experience You ever had at a RV/Camp site?

> my wife who was a looker in those days Friend, if your wife follows this board you are dead meat! You might want to edit that and add something like "but not as much of a looker as now" if you want to continue living. lol Thank you, mama Sylvia.
hokeypokey 09/12/17 01:47pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Canned ham?

You can have my allotment of Spam and I won't even feel bad !! LOL !
hokeypokey 09/12/17 01:42pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Weight Loss Programs

I'm not going to name the Weight Loss company, but I lost 44# eating their food and this was close to goal, then i suddenly lost an elderly parent & had funeral, estate & a house to deal with, so I had a hard time getting to weigh-ins and picking up food. I pretty much dropped out & the "caring" staff never once called to check on me as the contract stated would happen. All they wanted was the income. When I stopped, I gained back 35# even when I ate less than before the plan. As for walking, if it's overwhelming to walk 2-3 miles a day, it's ok to break it up.
hokeypokey 09/12/17 01:33pm Around the Campfire
RE: Weight Loss Programs

I'm not going to name the Weight Loss company, but I lost 44# eating their food and this was close to goal, then i suddenly lost an elderly parent & had funeral, estate & a house to deal with, so I had a hard time getting to weigh-ins and picking up food. I pretty much dropped out & the "caring" staff never once called to check on me as the contract stated would happen. All they wanted was the income. When I stopped, I gained back 35# even when I ate less than before the plan. As for walking, if it's overwhelming to walk 2-3 miles a day, it's ok to break it up.
hokeypokey 09/12/17 10:26am Around the Campfire
RE: What's the WORST Experience You ever had at a RV/Camp site?

Got 2 fingers pinched in an aluminum door frame as we were setting up a pop up years ago. Pain didn't let up until 10 pm. I was pretty rung out from it, so I thought I'd take a shower at the shower house then go to bed. The sidewalk wasn't well lighted and I fell straight forward when I caught my foot on a substantial raise in the sidewalk. Got the wind knocked out of me and scraped both knees and palm of one hand. Next day I had a nice beach towel stolen from right under my nose at the pool. Camping trip from Hell.
hokeypokey 08/28/17 06:15pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Miracle Whip vs. mayonnaise- what's your flavour...?

Grew up with MW. Mayo has been my choice for years. I like it . . . too much.
hokeypokey 08/28/17 06:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: How do you like your toast?

Grew up on #1 toast, it was not pop up toaster, and burned toast stinks up the whole house. To this day, I can't handle the smell and I rarely eat toast unless it's #11. Currently we don't own a toaster of any kind, we just make toast on a cookie sheet under the oven broiler.
hokeypokey 08/22/17 08:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dunkirk

We've not been out to a movie in 5 years, Great movie, read up on it a little before you go.
hokeypokey 08/19/17 03:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: Super Deck deck stain odors...!

We have a wonderful paint store in the area and they told us let our new deck wood cure before staining. Something about pouring a puddle of water on it and when the wood sucks it up, it's time. If I remember, the cure took many months.
hokeypokey 08/19/17 03:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: People who let their dogs bark constantly...

People camped next to us left their 2 doggies inside and left for the day. Up at the window barking at me every move I made outside. When they returned, they had the dogs outside so I asked them "is there something wrong with your dogs? They barked all the time you were gone". They didn't know what to say. Probably won't phase everybody.
hokeypokey 08/18/17 08:16pm RV Lifestyle
RE: cookware and dishes

I have throw pillows that match my bedspread so when we travel, they serve dual purpose to slip in cupboards to keep dishes in place. I only have 2 glass pans (1 big, 1 small) which I use for reheating food in microwave, everything else is unbreakable.
hokeypokey 08/14/17 07:39am Full-time RVing
RE: Fresh Figs

Grilled, wrapped in bacon or prosciutto. Could they be stuffed with cream cheese before wrapping?
hokeypokey 08/12/17 02:18pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: anybody know how to cure this??

I try to be aware of putting things down, it helps.
hokeypokey 08/10/17 08:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: Been a while since I have seen this

My son is 25 and he was taught hand signals in driver's ed. They are still taught but like a regular directional are never used. It's amazing how many things you can't do with only one arm in operation, such as tying shoe laces. Found that out when I broke my elbow a few years ago. It is amazing what we take for granted. Years ago, our local shoe store was owned and operated by a man with one arm and he always dressed in a suit and tie for work. He put the shoe on your foot AND tied the shoelace. The bow was always over to one side, but he tied it. His hand was claimed in a farm accident, so he moved to town and bought the shoe store. Sure miss him.
hokeypokey 08/10/17 07:48am Around the Campfire
RE: First TT - Apex vs. Lance

Not one problem with our 3 yr old Apex and it gets used a lot.
hokeypokey 08/10/17 07:40am Travel Trailers
Outdoor kitchen question

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hokeypokey 08/08/17 10:34am Around the Campfire
Outdoor kitchen question

Do you like and use it? Are there any outdoor kitchens in units smaller tan 30'. ?
hokeypokey 08/08/17 10:34am RV Lifestyle
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