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Don't wait too long to come home or the price here will be over the $4.00 mark. Saw gas for 3.99 this morning in town. Diesel was 3.79 so it has not made the jump yet. My mpg is @ 11MPG and Towing at 10.5 so the old girl will stay around a bit longer.


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I don't calculate MPG for my RV until I get home from the trip. Why spoil the fun?


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I've got 2 trips planned for May, someone ask me what I was going to do about the gas prices going up? I replied, Pay more for the gas I guess. I wished the prices would go down but I'm not staying home and just say to yourself at least it doesn't run on milk [emoticon]


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Wife struck up a conversation with someone at the car wash in Tucson, the other day.
They said they had just come from Southern, California, I don't remember the city, and they paid 5.04 for gas.
We paid from 3.29, first of Feb to 3.49 to 3.69 now.
On the way out,in Jan, we saw a couple of signs for 2.99 etc.
Trying to get anyone in Washington to address the predaation is like pulling the teeth, from a grizzly.

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We're at $4.15+ here in Auburn, CA. It spiked at $4.17 and came down two-cents in the last week. And I'm not looking forward to prices this summer.... or next summer... or the summer after that...

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