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RE: Why we luv our rig

What I love most of all about our 2007 21ft Fun Finder is all the memories we have made traveling in it since 2007. Its our first RV and we still love it. No slideout...although one would be nice. Nothing fancy except maybe full 60x80 island queen bed. And it has been with us during 4 trips to the west for 6 weeks each time. Many trips to Florida,the Eastern Seaboard and many trips around NE including so many trips to 2 of our favorite campgrounds....Wild Duck In Maine and Lake Forest in NH. But most of all it is all the beautiful places we have seen and the opportunity to see so much of this wonderful country and the memories we have created.My only wish is that we hadn't waited so long to experience all of these wonderful memories
dakasa47 05/19/16 05:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: What are your favorite state parks to camp?

First Landing SP Virginia Beach
dakasa47 05/01/16 08:12pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Key Largo Campgrounds

Hello, Is this new RV resort just for class A's? I thought I read that somewhere but can not find any info about that on the website
dakasa47 04/12/16 09:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: where are my posts???

thanks everyone. I did all that was suggested but the 2 posts I wrote are still not posted. they were both responses to other posters
dakasa47 04/12/16 09:13am Forum Technical Support
where are my posts???

yesterday I wrote 2 replies in the What are you reading topic. Neither got posted. Is there anyway I can find those posts so I don't have to write them all over again?
dakasa47 04/11/16 06:53pm Forum Technical Support
RE: What are you reading?

leslie Stahl...Becoming Grandma.....she became a grandmother in her early 70's and has written a book telling what it was like to become a grandmother. Its funny and charming and full of love. Having become Nana 2 years 9 months ago at the age of 62 I feel like it could be me who has written the book. For me and for her it was love at first sight. The whole time I am reading it I am going ..yes me too...yes me too....
dakasa47 04/08/16 08:18pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What are you reading?

Rain Dogs by Adrian McKinty.
dakasa47 04/05/16 07:32pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What are you reading?

The Crime at Black Dudley by Margery Allingham
dakasa47 04/03/16 08:47pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What are you reading?

Journey to Munich......12th Maise Dobbs mystery by Jacqueline Winspear.
dakasa47 04/02/16 04:59pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Florida panhandle

Did anybody mention St. Joseph Peninsula State Park? CG is beside a gorgeous white Gulf beach. Hi, We stayed at St Joseph PSP in February. It was our first time in the panhandle. The park is beautiful and quiet. The beach is beautiful. We loved it there and cant wait to go back. I love the Florida state parks. They are some of the best parks we have stayed at in our travels around the country since 2007.
dakasa47 03/31/16 06:34pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Sleepless nights

Ambien CR
dakasa47 03/31/16 06:22pm Full-time RVing
RE: Grizzy RV in West Yellowstone

Hi, We stayed there on one of our western trips. Its a really nice place and we enjoyed out stay very much.
dakasa47 03/23/16 07:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What are you reading?

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald.
dakasa47 03/22/16 07:06pm RV Lifestyle
RE: What are you reading?

I just finished the new Bill Bryson book The Road to Little Dribbling. Last night started Dark Money:The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right by Jane Mayer.
dakasa47 01/24/16 07:38pm RV Lifestyle
RE: our first attempt at being snowbirds

Thank you everyone who took the time to post suggestions. I am monitoring the weather closely. I am glad we didn't plan on leaving this weekend:) I am looking at Skidway State Park in Georgia. We have stayed on Jeykell Island and I am also looking at Brunswick GA also. As of now we have reservations at state parks in Florida and at Flamingo campground in Everglades NP. We love the state parks in Florida. I was only able to get these because I checked the website at least 10 times a day for cancelations. Yesterday I came across a cancelation at Sebastian Inlet for the weekend before we go to Bahia Honda for 5 nights. We have stayed at both places 2 or 3 times in the past We are also staying at Talbot Island SP(first time), Gamble Rogers SP(first time), Jonathan Dickinson SP and Flamingo NP(first time). All of these were as a result of constant daily checking. In the past 7 years I still have not figured out how to book Bahia Honda without it being a cancelation:) We have also stayed at Fort Clinch, Anastasia SP. and my all time favorite Long Key SP. Again, thanks to all for replies.
dakasa47 01/21/16 05:19pm General RVing Issues
our first attempt at being snowbirds

Hello, Last February we were all set to go to Florida for the month to try out being snowbirds. Because of all of the snow we got here in MA we were unable to get our RV out of our yard or even if we did make the turn onto our very narrow street. So we had to cancel all reservations. This October we took the RV to South Carolina and have it stored outside of Myrtle Beach in Conway SC. We plan on leaving here at the end of this month and picking up the RV and then heading to Florida. We were told by the woman working the office in Conway not to de-winterize in SC. We are looking for advice as to where would be the best place south of Myrtle Beach to de-winterize. I am not sure why we can't de-winterize in SC as I know many people snowbird at Myrtle Beach. Our first night of reservations are on 2/9 in Talbot Island State Park in Florida. We are trying to figure out where to go until then. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thank you,:@ Marianne
dakasa47 01/17/16 06:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Planning trip to Northeast

Hello, Having lived in Massachusetts all my life (63 and 7/8ths years) I have been all over the NE states staying in hotels, inns and since 2007 our trailer. There really are so many beautiful and interesting places to see and visit. My all time favorite though is the coast of Maine. It is truly a beautiful place. All the way from Ogunquit to Eastport. We have stayed at so many places over the years it would be impossible to list them all but our favorite is Wild Duck RV resort in Scarborough. It is an adults only place though. The owner Chris is always welcomes us back and makes sure that we have a great stay.We have stayed at Camden State Park, Sunset Point in Harrington ME. The owner will cook and deliver fresh from the ocean steamed lobster to your campsite. What a treat! Seaview Campground in Eastport, Cherwonki Campground in Wiscacasset, Hadleys Point in Bar Harbor, Mt Desert Narrows II outside of Bar Harbor, Wild Apple, Campground Boothbay, and I may be forgetting a couple. We have been to the west 4 times in our camper, down the eastern seaboard 5 times and all over New England......to me the coast of Maine rivals any of these places for beauty. If you get a chance take the fast ferry to Nantucket, another place we went to many times staying in an inn, this was before our Rv days
dakasa47 12/18/15 06:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Key west Fla.

Snorkeling trip out of Robbies !........we may be down there around that time period also, soooooooo don't miss out on buying me a couple of drinks....LOL. Congradulations on the retirement and enjoy your Keys trip! We have gone snorkeling out of Robbie's many times. They are pros and its always been a great trip.
dakasa47 12/09/15 05:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Key west Fla.

We have been to the Keys many times. First time on a cruise ship. Then staying at hotels and inns. Now we take our travel trailer and stay in the state parks when possible. We have done many of the excellent suggestions listed here. Drinking up and down Duval St, sunset at Mallory Square, Sloppy Joes, Hog's Breath bar, shopping, kayaking at Long Key, swimming at Bahia Honda, ferry to the Dry Tortugas Truman's Little White House,tourist train around Key West and many a snorkeling party boat. But in my opinion the BEST part of the Keys is underwater. We have snorkeled many different reefs including Dry Tortugas which we took a looooong boat ride to. The best reef is the one suggested here by others...Looe Key. We also like Molasses Reef and many of the others but Looe Key to me is the best. I also like the trip out of John Pennycamp because its all about the snorkeling,although it doesn't go to Looe Key. No loud music, free rum punches and dancing etc on the way back. I just like boat to take me out, let me spend as much time as I can floating over the beautiful reefs and then transport me back as quick as possible. I prefer a nice glass of wine back at the campsite. My second favorite thing driving up and down the overseas highway as much as possible:) What ever you choose ENJOY! We will be there in February at Bahia Honda for 5 nights.
dakasa47 12/09/15 05:34pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bedbugs!

...They tend to stay on or in the bed. I honestly think this is, on the whole, a very easy problem to deal with... This is incorrect. If you've never dealt with a BB infestation, you have no idea what you're talking about. Going to bed, KNOWING that you WILL be bit, has a tremendous psychological impact. DO NOT take the presence of a single BB lightly. BB will travel to any area they can hide. Preferably, one that has a nearby food source (you). They are not slow walkers. Bed-side tables, picture frames, electric outlet covers, pillows, baseboards, headboards, box springs, clothing, etc. They bite you, and drink the blood from the wound. The brown spots that appear is their waste - your blood. Some people have very little reaction to the bites. Some people are highly sensitive and the itch is as bad, or worse, than Poison Ivy. If it's not dealt with, one bite will become five, then twenty, etc. BB should not be trivialized or taken lightly. Our exterminator also told us this about them hiding in electrical outlets, frames, baseboards etc. Marianne
dakasa47 08/31/15 06:09pm General RVing Issues
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