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RE: The Song Title Game

"They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" - Napoleon XIV
xteacher 11/21/14 06:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: If you're going to fail obedience class - do it big!

Hilarious! We sure know why that dog's so big - lol! Maddie and Jackson would be right there with him, unfortunately.
xteacher 11/21/14 02:18pm RV Pet Stop
RE: FOUND!!!!!!!!!!! [Our travel trailer was stolen.]

So glad your TT was found! Have you been able to get inside yet? I'd be holding my breath!!
xteacher 11/21/14 02:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Settling into a new country...

Sounds like heaven so far!
xteacher 11/21/14 08:23am RV Pet Stop
RE: Not a tumor - gloves!

Definitely dodged a bullet! So glad the objects stayed in his stomach and didn't travel to his intestines!!
xteacher 11/19/14 06:27pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A question on the Parvo shot

Please don't mess with Parvo. I've seen what it can do to an unvaccinated dog from rescue experience. And yes, as Dr. Doug has stated, the virus is eliminated in feces and can stay viral for up to a year in the affected dog's yard. Since I've never had a parvo dog at my house, I sometimes have to short-term foster puppies until they can get vaccinated, because the long term foster has had a parvo dog within the past year. Imagine taking your dog in public places: campgrounds, rest stops, pet stores, etc. I shudder when I see people bringing their young puppies in somewhere like a Petsmart or Petco, knowing they're not old enough to have been vaccinated yet. They should not be walked in any public place before being fully vaccinated, especially parvo and distemper. .
xteacher 11/18/14 03:45pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Recommendations on a Small and Light TT

If you plan on towing with a mid-size SUV, I'd recommend that you buy a TT that's no more than 7 feet wide. Many of the SUV's have a very small frontal area allowance. The tongue weight allowance is also usually very low.
xteacher 11/18/14 03:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: leveling my travel trailer

Just remember that stabilizer jacks on TTs are only meant to stabilize, not to level the trailer. They can cause damage to the floor if too much pressure is put on them.
xteacher 11/17/14 05:06pm Travel Trailers
RE: Turn for the worse

I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you for loving Buddy Blue enough to let him go, rather than continuing to suffer.
xteacher 11/16/14 06:57am RV Pet Stop
RE: Traffic challenge

Through a busy part of any town, I try to stay in the second lane to avoid merging problems.
xteacher 11/15/14 06:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Ecuador

Thanks for the update and glad the Wees are settling in well, too!
xteacher 11/12/14 07:23am RV Pet Stop
RE: FOUND!!!!!!!!!!! [Our travel trailer was stolen.]

I'm so sorry that this happened to your family! I would be beside myself, too.
xteacher 11/11/14 05:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for larger trailer

Crossroads Sunset Trail Palomino Solaire Eclipse
xteacher 11/10/14 06:28am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for larger trailer

xteacher 11/10/14 06:19am Travel Trailers
RE: TT with Murphy Bed & no bunks

Just make sure that both of you follow the same schedule to get this floorplan, since the couch is out of commission when the bed is down.
xteacher 11/09/14 03:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Sadly I don't have very good luck with dogs

Having done rescue for years and facing more losses than most people do, I have learned that had you not adopted these dogs, they would have had NO life. A few years in a good home and a peaceful death is FAR BETTER than what they would have faced. It doesn't make it easier when the time comes, but do not EVER doubt that you make a difference for these dogs and that they are forever grateful for the time you gave them - time in a loving home, with a family that cares, and with compassion. Perfectly stated, and I completely agree!
xteacher 11/08/14 09:37am RV Pet Stop
RE: Any R-Pod owners ???

The only R-pod I'd consider is the 179. The others have no storage to speak of. The storage and slide out makes this floorplan doable. Also, the bathrooms in these units are TINY, no matter which floorplan you get. We had a 173 a few years ago (no slide, no storage) and we traded it after only a year. Not sure if the height is enough for your son. DH and I aren't tall people, so it wasn't an issue for us. R-pod 179 Another camper you might want to consider is the Aliner Expedition. It still has storage issues (which can be overcome with mods). The interior is tall enough for your son, and can be ordered with a cassette toilet or cassette toilet/wet bath. It has a queen bed on one end and a dinette that can be made into a roomy bed for one person at the other end. Aliner Expedition A third possibility is a Palomini 179BHS or the Palomini 179RDS. The BHS has a queen bed, slide out for 2 person sofa, and two bunks in the back. The RD has a dinette in the back instead of the bunks that can be made into a single bed. Palomini, Palomini 179RDS Yet another possibility is a Livinlite Camplite CL16TBS. It has twin beds up front, but the beauty of them is that they can easily be converted to a king size bed. It has a full bath, and a slide out for a dinette. These units have no wood in them and therefore are kind of pricey. I'd love to have one! Some of their other floorplans may also appeal to you. Livinlite Camplite Floor Plans
xteacher 11/08/14 08:22am Travel Trailers
RE: Teardrop

The restore looks wonderful! Very cute paint job.
xteacher 11/07/14 06:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Claire has crossed the rainbow bridge

I'm so sorry for your loss. You gave Claire a great life and loved her enough to let her go.
xteacher 11/05/14 06:09am RV Pet Stop
RE: our first travel trailer

Congrats on your new TT! For snowbirding, we're partial to the SW coast of FL - anywhere from Clearwater down to Ft. Myers. If you're going to stay in a commercial park, Sun 'n Fun in Sarasota, FL is a wonderful park with a LOT of ammenities (pool, bar-happy hour too, workout center, two dog parks, tennis, pickleball, volleyball, great bathrooms, laundry, etc.). It's not on the beach in Sarasota, FL, but it's right off the interstate and about a 15-20 minutes drive from Siesta Key Beach. With a park like this (or any other one like this) you're NOT going to find huge private sites, especially in FL. Land is too expensive near the beach. BTW, these parks are pricey and fill up fast. Sun 'n Fun
xteacher 11/04/14 06:34am Travel Trailers
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