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Posted: 02/23/12 06:00pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Spent a night for the first time at motel in Missoula MT since buying our motorhome. Have to say it hasnt gotten any better. Missed being able to go home to our bed missed and being greeted by our dogs. Also missed being able to fix our own meals.

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What is wrong with your motor home that you are in a motel?


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I think what I'd miss MOST is knowing how clean my bedding was


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Sorry to hear. Locally I see a MH parked for longer periods at area hospitals. It really helps to have a place to clean up/reset outside of the room without going to a hotel.

I found with the kids on a cross country however staying a night in a hotel was a good break and time to waah some clothes.

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I feel your pain. I was just told I have throat cancer and am heading into MD Anderson Cancer center, Houston for Monday. We will be able to stay in our coach so that is a blessing but I can relate to part of what you are going through. Have faith and I will keep you in my prayers.
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Nothing DH had a DRS appointment and motorhome wasnt dewinterized and as it was quick trip didnt have time DH has been diagnosed with kidney cancer and went to talk with surgeon and schedule surgery. It will be March 14 so keep us in your prayers.

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Sorry to hear about the upcoming surgery..etc.


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Been there and done that recently. Was a guest speaker at a sales meeting last month at a resort on the beach in St. Augustine, FL. Normally, I'd find a nearby CG and commute. But, since all my expenses were paid, I parked the rig and stayed at the hotel for 3 days. I have made much smarter decisions in my life. But, it was a good reminder... there's no place like home.


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Posted: 02/23/12 06:58pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

skipnchar wrote:

I think what I'd miss MOST is knowing how clean my bedding was


Why don't you take a light weight sleeping bag and pillow along,it should give some imagined protection.

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Its still freezing in Missoula so dont want to take the chance of freezing water lines just easier to stay in motel plus DH drives the MH and he wont be able to drive for 2 weeks after. Hopefully in April we can take it over and the campgrounds do give medical discounts.

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