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RE: Prescription medications 90 day rule: What to do?

Oh, I would be VERY careful. Last night I was researching. One pharmacy, I found the address and used google street view so I could actually see the building. The website also posts the name and license number of the pharmacist. but where are the drugs actually manufactured? bumpy Probably the exact same place you get your USA drugs. Those poor Kanucks, they're dropping over dead all the time from those bad Canadian drugs without our high USA quality standards to guide them. :R Yes, when ordering anything off the internet one should do their due diligence. How do you do diligence when you order from a Canadian address, and mistakenly think you are getting Canadian manufactured products produced under decent GMPs but they are actually just a mail order address and the actual drug product comes from a third world country? and FYI Canadian drugs are manufactured under very similar GMPs as those in the USA. which is basically why Canadian drugs are/were generally allowed in the US without US FDA inspection. you seem to be confusing two issues. 1) drug products manufactured in Canada and 2) DRUG products ordered thru a Canadian address that are manufactured in a third world country subjected to who knows what type of conditions. bumpy I hate to break anyone's bubble, but a huge amount of US medications are produced in other countries, like China. Barb Yes, also in India
pawatt 08/13/17 07:04pm Snowbirds
RE: 1st time Snowbirders - leave home or pack?

May depend on where you plan to Winter? We took way to many clothes. If you forget something they do have stores in the south too.
pawatt 07/31/17 08:58am Snowbirds
RE: Anyone in RGV this summer?

We are in MN now but our Winter park of 424 lots has maybe 75 - 100 residents that stay all or most of the Summer. Activities on a smaller scale continue all Summer. Some residents take 1 - 3 month RV trips. This is an ownership park and a mix of RV's, park models, mobile homes and houses.
pawatt 07/24/17 09:27pm Snowbirds
RE: Snowbirding without an RV

A large number of RVers end up with a park model, mobile home or house after several years of RV snowbirding. When you consider the cost of a Rv it can often be more room for less money.
pawatt 07/20/17 06:17pm Snowbirds
RE: Where do you spend March & April?

People race north out of the RGV (Rio Grande Valley of Texas) in March, leaving behind the best weather of the year, many festivals designed to keep them here, smaller crowds with less trffic, just so they can get back to wet cold weather in the North. I spend those two months enjoying the South land. Agree, they are missing the best weather and much to see and do. We stay mid Oct to mid May
pawatt 07/19/17 10:05pm Snowbirds
RE: Once a week

Hey TomG2, Thanks for your contributions to keep this forum active or is it you just want to make me work or keep me awake.
pawatt 07/18/17 08:37am Snowbirds
RE: Once a week

Camping in the rain here in Minnesota. But nothing better than going to sleep with raindrops on the roof as long as your roof don't leak.
pawatt 07/17/17 10:24pm Snowbirds
RE: how to find seasonal RV rental in FL

This is another popular place to look. Albiet some are 'very' high priced but I have run across many inexpensive places and types of lodging off this site. I've occasionally found real nice seasonal RV's for rent that are at CG's. And also some real nice lodging tucked away in spectacular places. Its' a catch as you can place to look for vacation rentals by owner. https://www.vrbo.com/ Agree, another good source to try.
pawatt 07/05/17 04:52pm Snowbirds
RE: how to find seasonal RV rental in FL

Try Craigslist, Vacation rentals.
pawatt 07/05/17 07:46am Snowbirds
RE: Canada Day

A bit late here But Happy Canada day to our GREAT!!! Neighbors to the North.
pawatt 07/03/17 12:29pm Snowbirds
RE: 19 - 23 ft good Quality, need suggestions

We ended up with a Rockwood MiniLite 21 feet, 7 inches. Living room slide for sofa. Tons of storage, 1500 pound carrying capacity. One 8 day trip so far. So far so good.
pawatt 06/29/17 07:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: New to RV'ing - Big Trip - Would LOVE some thoughts!!

Don't miss Mesa Verde National Park near Durango. A Hot air balloon ride at Pagosa Springs would be fun.
pawatt 06/27/17 10:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: Port Aransas Area, Texas

Nice area, a bit cool and windy in Jan and Feb. But definitely nice. Fairly small town. Great fishing too.
pawatt 06/24/17 05:56pm Snowbirds
RE: Insurance coverage for property in the RGV

We did have one claim , paid within 2 weeks and paid more than cost to repair. Maybe we were just lucky.
pawatt 06/23/17 10:25pm Snowbirds
RE: Insurance coverage for property in the RGV

If your northern home agents company is licensed in Texas that may be your best bet. Mission Duncan will probably have policies that will work . Their customer service could use some improvement.
pawatt 06/21/17 10:38pm Snowbirds
RE: Negative dew points in AZ

An here I sit in the land of sky blue waters having a cocktail during on golden pond time. :B Wonder what FL is like right now? :W You forgot the part about sitting in the rain slapping mosquitoes and shivering in the cold.
pawatt 06/17/17 11:03pm Snowbirds
RE: Looking to try RGV next year

Thought I would bump this topic up since it is time to make a reservation for the fall. Does anyone stay in the Galveston area? I was looking at the Jamaica Beach RV Park which is just across the road from the water. I spent a lot of time in the Houston area when working and we really liked the Galveston area. We also liked the area around Kemah (Marina Bay RV Resort or Gordy Road RV Resort???). Be aware the Galvaston area will be much colder than the RGV. Check the map, it will make a big difference.
pawatt 06/05/17 04:58pm Snowbirds
RE: 2017 memories

7 months of the best South Texas weather ever, ( RGV ) wore long pants 5 days all Winter. Beach time on South Padre Island and visits from friends and neighbors up north. Pool & Spa. State Parks & Wildlife refuges. World Birding Centers. Food, Drinks, Music & Fun. Birds & Butterflies. Fresh fruit from our and our neighbors trees. Grapefruit, Oranges, Lemons, Tangerines, Tangelos, Mandarins & Key Limes. Flea Markets, Fresh Produce. Music on the Rio Grand and the near by Colonia. Great Mexican Food, Margaritas. Mexico and so much more.
pawatt 06/03/17 10:50pm Snowbirds
RE: Possibly interested in buying a TT. Seeking input

Keep away from any thing by Forest River. They are junk. From a 2016 bunk house owner jack L Had a Forest River Wildcat for 11 years and never had a significant problem
pawatt 05/29/17 09:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Texas crud in Canada or is it a form of bronchitis?

We have had good luck with Z-PAC.
pawatt 05/26/17 04:49pm Snowbirds
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