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Old 08-19-2019, 12:08 PM   #21
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If you saw the picture of my hubby and 3 of his friends that I took on a trip to a HD rally a few years ago you would have thought they were some outlaw bikers..but in truth, they were an engineer, a manager on Camp Peary base, a shift manager for the Railroad, and a guy that owns his own business! You slap some leather, some patches, some boots and do-rags on and put them on a Harley they just don't look the same! lol

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We have been rving or fulltiming since 1970. Never had any problems with anyone, never had anything damaged or stolen. Have meet so many wonderful people. Do carry. Years ago camping in the AZ mountains. Cochise Stronghold. Isolated. Nobody else there. Motorcycle group comes in. Not nice looking folks, tough group, classic look of Hells Angels, etc. 28 years in the Army caused me to pull out my handgun and put in my pocket. They built a fire, cooked food, and came over to our unit and invited us over for a beer. We went. Great time.
If you saw the picture of my hubby and 3 of his friends that I took on a trip to a HD rally a few years ago you would have thought they were some outlaw bikers..but in truth, they were an engineer, a manager on Camp Peary base, a shift manager for the Railroad, and a guy that owns his own business! You slap some leather, some patches, some boots and do-rags on and put them on a Harley they just don't look the same! lol


This can be Soooo true! Many years ago when I was in my 20’s I took a long lone bike ride north of Phoenix in the desert and came across a tavern with a bunch of HD’s in front. I was thirsty and wanted a cold brew so I stopped, got off my 1974 Honda CB550 and walked in. The place went dead silent and a very large leather bound, tattooed guy picked me up off the ground and asked me what I thought I was doing there. I said “I thought I was buying the next round.”

The place went loud with laughter, the guy put me back on the ground and bought me several beers. I made sure they didn’t notice the Saturday Night Special in my back pocket though.

True story.

Just for a point of relevance, I was living in my 1st Airstream at the time. Always found RVers to be generally great people, and not always what they appear to be.
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Old 08-19-2019, 02:06 PM   #22
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People aren’t always what you think. Several years ago a friend’s daughter started going with a hockey player. I thought OMG why would this beautiful young lady be going out with a hockey player. I turned out he is a very fine young man, comes from a fine family. They now have three beautiful children. He is the general sales manager of our Ford Mazda and used car dealer and all without a collage education. He is the reason I usually drive Ford vehicles. It’s fun being wrong sometimes.
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:00 PM   #23
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Richfaa wrote... "I would say 90 % or better of the folks that live there are on drugs us included"

Richfaa, just what kind of drugs are you using? Legal I hope
55 and over community and I would say 55 is on the young side old folks take medications us included legal of course. High blood pressure, High cholesterol , heart conditions ,etc.

We have also in our many years of Rv/ing all over the country had never had a real negative experience. Never had anything taken,etc. IMO Rv'ers are among the friendliest folks around.
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