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RE: Looking for suggestions regarding Shingles..

It's not fun for sure. I went thru the same thing while recovering from back surgery so it was a double whammy for me. Just curious, have you had the shingles shot? No I did not have the Shingles shot. I didn't think I'd get them a second time,yea I know,big mistake! To top it off it am recovering from a heart attack I just had 3 months ago. What a fun Spring/Summer so far (NOT)!!!
CapeM1 07/08/16 01:01pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
Looking for suggestions regarding Shingles..

Ugh...we are supposed to be headed for our annual trip to a local CG with all the grandkids next week. It is something we do every year and the kids just love it. Unfortunately last Thursday I felt a familiar pain developing under my arm and unfortunately was apparently getting a recurrence of shingles!!!! Of course this was all developing over the 4th of July weekend and so I couldn't get into my doctors office until Tuesday, which was long past the 72 hour recommended for starting Valtrax. Needless to say, I am not a happy camper at the moment! Does anyone have any suggestions to help with pain/blisters? So far the blistered area is only about 1-1/2 inches long but but is getting longer and redder by the day. The pain encompasses a much larger area...any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! I am praying that this starts to diminish by time we leave for our trip next week!
CapeM1 07/08/16 12:11pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Cape May, New Jersey

The only campground that is in Cape May itself (it's actually in West Cape May) is the Depot Travel Park. It is a very small,quiet but clean and friendly park. There are very few amenities (such as a pool) but you can very easily bike to the ocean, the boardwalk, or go anywhere in this beautiful Victorian city. The parks that others have mentioned are all full service and many amenities, with pools, lakes, some have mini-golf, etc. are actually located outside of Cape May (10 minute ride to Seashore Campground, 15-20 minutes between the others mentioned to Cape May. Our favorite is the Seashore Campsites but the others also have much to offer. Hope this helps!
CapeM1 06/30/16 03:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: best overnight parks off I 95

Before our trip I use this list and then check out the reviews/websites of campgrounds that we plan on being in the vicinity of. For instance if we plan on stopping somewhere in South Carolina I will check all reviews of the ones on I95 in that state and then make a list of which ones are good and which ones to drive on by. It has helped us lots with our choices!
CapeM1 03/31/16 04:54pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wildwood, NJ campgrounds

x2 for the Seashore Campground. Lots of amenities, clean, lake and pool swimming, and friendly staff. Highly recommend it! The link is here
CapeM1 03/31/16 12:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: VA state parks blows it AGAIN

I'll trade most of you for what we get in Jersey..which is basically nothing! None of the state parks offer any hookups. All are dry camping only. Most have bathrooms that were built in the 50s and have had nothing but MINIMAL upkeep. No ventilation, no updates, all dark and buggy. The cleanup crew consists of 2 kids in a pickup who pull up, empty the trash and leave. They recently over the past few years designated pet sites but, in the Jersey fashion, all they did was charge $5 more per night to bring your pet. There are no trash cans, no doggie bags, no dog runs. This is for $29 per night and don't forget to add the Reservation America Fee. I took the time last year to email the state park administrators about the condition bathrooms and site management and my answer was "not enough money so we concentrate mainly on the lake/swimming areas, and don't get enough even for them". Sadly we do not intend on returning. Some of these park are beautiful but just not managed well at all. :{
CapeM1 03/29/16 01:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need help regarding solar installation..

Thanks for all of your help.
CapeM1 03/18/16 06:06pm Tech Issues
Need help regarding solar installation..

I am going to mount four solar panels onto the roof of our Rockwood 2607. I am looking for the best sealer to use for the mounting brackets. Any other advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
CapeM1 03/16/16 07:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Doing the Assateague State park dance!

You live in Cape May and you're excited about going to the shore? Okay :) He is excited to get out of Jersey... that's an accomplishment all by itself!!! Another South Jersey guy who gets excited about Assateague. Would much rather be there than the Jersey Shore. And yes anytime I can leave Jersey I get excited too ;) Actually SHE (as well as my DH) does get excited about Assateague but still do love the shore here in New Jersey! Many different areas and islands to visit, each with their own style and taste, ,but no CGs on the islands themselves, all our offshore. One of our best gifts is some of the beautiful sunsets that we see each nite just one block at the Delaware Bay. For these reasons I love New Jersey...now if we were talking about taxes and car insurance I would certainly be singing a different tune!:B
CapeM1 09/09/15 08:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Doing the Assateague State park dance!

This post just reminded me of a soap box I like to get on once in a while. I love camping (RV'ing whatever, I still call it camping) but I must say that over the past few years I have really gotten frustrated with it. All of the "must see" places book a year in advance. The way my life and job work with travel, kids activities, etc. I can't even begin to think about next summer. We are happy if we can book 2 or 3 weeks out. We love to just watch the weather and head out for the weekend at the last minute instead of always planning but this has become very difficult. Pipe dream I know, but I wish there were more campsites available at some of these locations. I would love to camp on Assateague but it is very unlikely for many years. I just looked and there is not a single day available for all of next summer and we would love to take our kids there. Frustrating! Maybe we will have to go back to tent camping like when I was a kid. When I was growing up all PA state parks were first come first serve. We would roll in with our tents, pick a site, and setup. Now it's a stressful race a year in advance just to get a site. OK, back to your regularly scheduled program Just an FYI..the sites that fill up a year in advance are the few (38 I believe) sites available with electric only. There are very many sites without hookups available right up to the date needed (though weekends may be harder). I know down in Florida the state parks are pretty much the same way, a year in advance and people need to sit at their computers on a particular day a year in advance to get a chance at a site. Assateague is one of only two parks which we reserve a year in advance. Our other one is a local one, just a few miles away from our home. Seashore Campsites in Cape May, a great place for quick getaways with the grandkids. While it is a real pain trying to plan a year in advance for these parks, we enjoy them so much that it is worth the hassle. Otherwise we just go with the flow and just go with what is available. We do make sure we try to visit at least one new CG per year.
CapeM1 09/09/15 07:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Doing the Assateague State park dance!

Yes I really do love going to the shore, LOL. Here in Jersey there are no campgrounds directly on the beaches so when at Assateague we love walking right out onto the sand, and absolutely love hearing the ocean all night, not to mention the wild ponies. For what it is worth, we have also visited the Smokey Mountains the Blue Ridge Mountains. They were really beautiful places to see but for some reason being at the shore has always been our happy place where we can truly relax! Still dancing!!!
CapeM1 09/07/15 11:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone Web Cam - looks too crowded:)

Thanks for the link! I did notice that everyone there currently (Monday morning) has long pants and jackets on. I wonder what the temps are running?
CapeM1 09/07/15 10:19am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Doing the Assateague State park dance!

I am sitting here doing the happy dance because I was able to finally snag one of the hard to get "electric" sites (loop H) for next year the week after Labor Day at Assateague. My only complaint is that that the Reserve America site really makes the bucks! Not only do they make you pay for your reservation in full (collecting interest on all those ressies for a year in my case!) but then they add a more than $30 fee for the week! Cha-ching!:( Anyway, being able to camp along the dunes is worth it!
CapeM1 09/07/15 10:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Anyone have info on electric/motorized bikes?

UPDATE; After doing some homework online, I decided to purchase a "Watseka" XP Express bike. The reviews on both the quality and the customer service were very adequate for a bike in this price range. The cost was only $599 plus shipping ($49). I ordered the bicycle and couldn't believe that two days later it was at my door. My DH assembled what needed to be done, and this took about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. After charging the battery I took it for a ride and was extremely happy with the ease and comfort of the ride. It is very user friendly and gives a very smooth ride. The one con would be that the bike itself is very heavy (70+ pounds). It includes the light, horn, and basket. I will be taking it on our trip and hope it holds up to daily use, but so far it has been a great choice. Thanks to all for your advice.
CapeM1 09/04/15 10:40am General RVing Issues
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