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RE: In a quandary

Would it be unreasonable to ask those who are unvaccinated to get tested a couple of days before a gathering? Not my call as the holidays are usually spent at BIL's house. And knowing the "offender" like I do he would tell us where to go and how to get there. There's no winning with him-ever-so the onus is on us to make the decision. In all honesty my BIL doesn't have the chutzpah to say anything.
Crowe 10/19/21 01:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: Interesting dog names

I can tell you what to NOT name a dog, if you subscribe to using the command "off" to tell a dog to not jump on a person. Yes, my rescued Australian Cattle Dog named Jack, DID jump on a visiting male friend (Don) from church and yes, I DID say that (then turned 40 shades of red when Don's eyebrows shot up and he laughed "Excuse me?????) OMG I would have DIED!
Crowe 10/19/21 11:59am RV Pet Stop
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

rare beef
Crowe 10/19/21 11:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

NIGHT Moves - Bob Seger
Crowe 10/19/21 11:55am Around the Campfire
RE: In a quandary

All points well taken. In doing the "risk vs. reward" and analyzing factors such as BCSnob suggested we will most like get together with family. I would readily say that family takes priority over the very small risk to my own health, just as I would say that family takes priority over the small risk of being in a car crash while driving there, etc. However, as I said at first, it's not me deciding for you. I am at the highest risk of all due to being diabetic. It is ironic, though, that you chose the car analogy. Last Saturday we were driving home from Woodstock, VT, decided to take the scenic route rather than get on the highway and got rear-ended on Rt. 4 in Endfield, NH due to a flock of turkeys who chose an inopportune time to cross the road. We are fine, just a little sore, and my Grand Cherokee did not appear to sustain a lot of damage. The 18 year old who hit us (not distracted, was paying full attention just did not react in time) now has a totaled car. Thankfully he was not hurt either. Being cautious is one thing. Living in fear is another. Life MUST go on.
Crowe 10/18/21 06:11am Around the Campfire
In a quandary

Before I even start, I know this is a hot-button topic. Please be civil and accept the fact that there will be differing opinions. DON'T make it personal! I am in a quandary like so many others. The holidays are coming and decisions need to be made about family gatherings. The majority of the family is vaccinated. However, there a few who are not. Do we risk attending family gatherings where most are vaccinated but not everyone? Do we throw caution to the wind and see them? Or do we spend yet another Thanksgiving and Christmas with just my son and future DIL? I guess at this point it comes down to risk vs reward. I am so tired of existing and not living, as many of us are. Life is short but do I want to risk shortening it even more? Thoughts?
Crowe 10/17/21 05:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: This WRONG on so many levels...!

does anybody actually EAT that stuff? Yup my sister. And then she wonders why she can't control her diabetes!
Crowe 10/14/21 05:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: This WRONG on so many levels...!

EEEWWWW!!! IMHO, candy corn itself is all wrong on every level!
Crowe 10/14/21 11:20am Around the Campfire
RE: US Reopening Canadian Border

Crowe, since you announced this happy event, I've been attempting to parse out the details of the US border opening. 1) The exact date in November we do not know, 2) It now provides that all "essential" travelers have to be double vaccinated, commercial truck drivers, etc, 3) There will be no 72-hour PCR testing required, 4) Of course, all "non-essential".travelers must be double vaccinated, 5) Acceptable double vaccinations will only be those approved by the FDA and WHO. "Double vaccinated" is a bit of a misnomer. They just need to complete the series of two shots which is considered one vaccination or have had the J&J shot.
Crowe 10/14/21 05:31am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: US Reopening Canadian Border

Can we not make this political please? Lwiddis, you are welcome!
Crowe 10/13/21 01:24pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

Hmmmmm Holds 150 lbs So what do you do next month? :W This is more true than you realize! 53 lbs and will be 5 months old next week LOL! He's averaging about 2-3 lbs a week weight gain right now.
Crowe 10/13/21 08:36am RV Pet Stop
US Reopening Canadian Border

The US is reopening the Canadian/US border next month to fully vaccinated individuals: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/12/us/politics/us-canada-mexico-borders-open.html No exact date has been given. People who have not been prohibited such as truckers, etc., will now also have to be fully vaccinated.
Crowe 10/13/21 07:32am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

Keep the step in mind for the RV as the dogs get older. No RV right now but that 5th wheel we looked at over the summer is always in the back of our minds I always remember my boxer when I was a kid. She could climb a ladder. LOL! My husband grew up with boxers. He taught one to climb a ladder. His mother was ready to kill him over it LOL! Today will be the test to see if I spoke too soon. Tully has a vet appointment this morning. Hopefully he hasn't forgotten what he learned yesterday!
Crowe 10/13/21 05:45am RV Pet Stop
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

So what do you do next month? PUNT LOL!
Crowe 10/12/21 05:07pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

dry camping
Crowe 10/12/21 05:06pm Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

I'm a MAN - Spencer David Group
Crowe 10/12/21 05:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: First RV Grand Design vs Keystone cougar

Grand Design. Haven't owned one but almost bought one recently. Fit and finish was exceptional. Owned a Keystone 5'er when we first got into RVing. Not the best quality. We loved how the fifth wheel towed. Very easy. Agree that a 1/2 ton truck might not be big enough.
Crowe 10/12/21 03:34pm Beginning RVing
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

Sometimes things just work out. I was on my way home from a doctor's appointment and on a whim went into the pet store we frequent to look for a ramp. We've avoided ramps because as others have said most are flimsy. This one is not. It's 5 feet long and holds up to 150 lbs, fits perfectly in area of the bumper below the license plate, only weighs 10 lbs and folds in half. It's still a bit large folded but will easily fit in the front seat. Within 5 minutes Tully was going up and down it like a champ. Hopefully he will still be that way when I take him to the vet tomorrow! BCSnob/Toadtoes, my husband had thought about using a stool or step of some sort. That was our next thought before I decided to try the ramp. Thanks, all!
Crowe 10/12/21 03:30pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

Mark (BC Snob) it's not a training issue. It's logistically trying to handle the current stairs we have along with a large, active puppy, hence why I'm looking for other ideas. Lighter steps that compress easier may help. Colliehauler, the other issue is I transport him in a Jeep Wrangler. Would need a ramp that's collapsible.
Crowe 10/12/21 11:12am RV Pet Stop
RE: Help-can't get Tully into the car due to size-RESOLVED

How food motivated is he? Extremely. Training isn't the issue. FYI, it’s the jumping down (landing) that is the issue, not up Well aware but what goes up must come down! Getting him out again is rapidly becoming problematic because of his size. He's not able to jump in yet-doesn't quite have the coordination. Both vehicles are fairly high off the ground.
Crowe 10/12/21 09:35am RV Pet Stop
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