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RE: pocket knife

I have carried a pen knife since childhood. Hard and fast rule in our family,"never leave the house without a way to make fire and a knife!" I remember my great grandfather giving me the knife and the lecture when I was about 8.
pitch 01/27/22 07:06am Around the Campfire
RE: RV Site UP Michigan - Finger Lakes

Sampson is a nice park. In the immediate area are a plethora of Wineries, and distilleries. The former Seneca Army Depot has White Deer tours,The LDS church has the Peter Whitmore Farm in Waterloo if you are interested in the history. Geneva has become somewhat of a foody destination. Taughannock Park is also a nice park although older and tighter than Sampson. Has the highest single drop falls East of the Rockies. Ithaca with Cornell is 8 miles South.
pitch 01/13/22 06:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ins and outs of DNA testing

It was always common knowledge that we had native blood in our veins. Fantasies,what ifs,and high adventure,was a topic of conversation around the campfire. I started doing family tracing in the early eighties,and that nugget was the first one to come crashing down. All the battles, conquests and adventures my native ancestor participated in were conducted on the grounds of county fairs up and down the East coast. Yep,My native connection was a tall craggy faced white man who was cast in the role of a "wild indian" in one of the myriad of Wild West Shows that became common around the turn of the century!
pitch 01/09/22 07:46am Around the Campfire
RE: 2022 Trip Planning- Advice for Newbies

Very open question. Depends on your mental makeup. We almost never make reservations,except at our destination. On the road our normal SOP is to pull into a Wal mart or whatever about two in the afternoon use their WIFI to find a nearby campground. We avoid interstates like the plague,and have dropped any pretense of efficiency and just putter along, stopping when the spirit hits. The only time a clock comes into play is watching check out times. In the West, winds come up in the afternoon so you want to be flexible about getting of the road if it becomes to gusty. Don't over plan, be flexible. You are not mounting an expedition to Mars so pretty much anything can be overcome. Drive slow and smile. Of course number one rule with a trailer is, "don't enter if you cannot see a way to exit" (of course if you are a type A, none of this applies)
pitch 12/29/21 07:32am Roads and Routes
RE: Las vegas

The Oasis is best. If you stay at Sams Town make sure your stuff is locked up really well. Even then bikes are stolen on a regular basis. What make you say that? We've stayed at Sam's four times in the last few years. Never a problem. Did you have a bike stolen? a private gripe or actual reports of crime in the resort? I have heard that Circus-Circus is a real circus at night, but having never stayed, I cannot attest!
pitch 12/17/21 07:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Gas Engine - Fill It Up

It sometimes takes patience. I am 53 ft. I don't mind being "rude" and positioning myself as needed to fuel up. My wife doesn't mind directing traffic. Almost every tight spot is caused by a motorist thatt is not cognizant of his surroundings and willing to make the necessary concessions. We take only as much time is needed to run the card, fuel, and acquire receipt. If we have any business inside the establishment I pull away from the pump. In all of our miles of travel the times we got jammed up at a fuel stop can be counted on one hand!
pitch 12/03/21 08:03am Tow Vehicles
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