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RE: Questions for Quilters

I enjoy doing small sewing and quilting projects. I only do handwork and don't take my sewing machine when we travel. There is a large Facebook group called "RV Quilters" that I follow. Lots of info in there if anyone is interested
GizmosMom 01/23/21 08:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Dump Station Observations

Thanks for the reminder to be ready at the dump station! Appreciate your post. Just ignore those whose comments are......snarky?
GizmosMom 12/01/20 08:01am General RVing Issues
RE: Anybody Remember These RV.net Stickers?

I remember those! I think I printed the logo on some little business cards! That was along time ago! Had a Class B van back then. Thanks for the memory!
GizmosMom 10/05/20 09:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Looking for a good RV

Here is a forum thread I found when I used the search word "compare" Not sure if this is the one you saw or not..... Class C
GizmosMom 08/30/20 07:46am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Small mistakes can make big problems

Turtle and Peeps, I am just glad that you were there to help him. You sound like a very kind person. Yes, we have all made mistakes!
GizmosMom 08/28/20 09:54am Beginning RVing
RE: Camping with no reservations

We camped in southwest Colorado last year. We were surprised at how many RV's were on the road and in the parks. We made reservations in advance but it was at an RV Park. Normally we enjoy camping at National Forest Service campgrounds but those all close by September 30. They do have first-come-first-serve sites, however. This year we are camping in Gunnison and we made our reservations in January at another RV park. I think it depends on when you go. Before we retired we would try to find a first come site on a Sunday afternoon. That worked really well for us. This year many families bought or rented RV's for family vacations. Then again, many people like us I suppose, will travel in the fall. So not sure what the situations will be like.
GizmosMom 08/25/20 09:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Muskegon, Manistee Salmon Runs

Muskegon is my home town. In the past 4 years we have stayed at Fishermans Landing. It is on Muskegon Lake and in the downtown area. Link to Fisherman's Landing in Muskegon There are a few campsites on the shoreline. We have stayed in Site 24 a couple of times and found it to be satisfactory. The sites are grass.
GizmosMom 08/22/20 10:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Catching Cleaning Cooking Trout, A Refresher Course!

We keep an old toothbrush in with our trout gear. Use it to scrape that central vein off instead of fingernails! Works well!
GizmosMom 07/05/20 10:34am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Portable grill/stove

We also have the slim Coleman Grill There are just the two of us and it fits our needs very well!
GizmosMom 06/26/20 09:05am Truck Campers
RE: Houston Texas to Montana

I would like to suggest a different route which avoids Denver and is not so much a route that has Interstate driving. But it will take a little more time. Take I-45 north to the Waxahachie exit which is Highway 287. Follow 287 northwest through Fort Worth (or go around FW depending on the time of day). Stay on north 287 in Colorado. Near Limon take highway 71 north to Brush In Brush switch over to Highway 34 through Greeley. Then get on I-25 to I-90 and then on to Livingston. You could also follow the first part of this route to Vernon, Texas. Then take 283 all the way up to Nebraska and then take Interstate 80. I enjoy the US and state highways. These routes are pretty flat except in Montana and you will avoid the traffic and tolls near Denver.
GizmosMom 06/08/20 08:23am Roads and Routes
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