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Old 04-07-2020, 08:22 AM   #161
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Just donít put it in the same drawer as your toothpaste. My father in law would do that and I had a close call that could have been a problem.
Had a similar problem once in college. Got up hung over and mistook the brill cream for the colgate. Only did it once.
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Old 04-07-2020, 08:27 AM   #162
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Has the Corona virus thing caused anyone to change their Spring and Summer plans for this year? We are still good to go on or Spring and Summer outings. This year again we will be moving the Montana to a small isolated town in Northern Wisconsin. Not many people around, right on a nice river with lots of wild life and serenity.



Our governor in Wisconsin a couple of days ago closed all the K-12 schools, and this morning the Minnesota governor did the same thing. These are big decisions, affecting lots of young working families, but I really think it is the right thing to do fight this new enemy.



Its going to be an interesting 2020 for sure!
You see what you started.? We went from Coronavirus to butt cream. Whatís going on here? Stay safe.
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:50 AM   #163
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Everyone Please consider this. I"m not a member of boondocking but I'm just trying to help. I'm home and the camper is parked next to the garage. No plans to travel in the near future. But those who are on the road or full timing and need to get somewhere.

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To all of you that are headed out on the road to campgrounds you have reservations at that were previously booked-- I would suggest you call before leaving home or your current campground. We have been down here in AZ since January and are staying put for now. We have been checking campgrounds on our route back to Nebraska and have found out many of them are open BUT they are not accepting any new arrivals whether you have reservations or not. Our campground here in AZ was open to new arrivals up to today but at 4 PM they have been closed to all new arrivals whether you have previously made reservations or not. Those of us that are here already can extend our stay BUT NO NEW ARRIVALS WILL BE ACCEPTED, PERIOD! They have closed everything except the laundry facility, and mailroom. If we need to talk to the office we need to call them prior to coming down to it. This is just a little advise to those that are planning on heading out. National, State and COE parks are closed and many of the private parks are also closed to new arrivals!
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Old 04-07-2020, 12:04 PM   #164
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Nice benefit about "Boondockerswelcome" is you can easily a 41 ft fifth wheel in/out, many have water and power and you can stay 1 - 2 weeks. We joined Harvesthosts but after checking most of the sites in California there are very few sites where we can pull a 41 ft fifth wheel in/out of, no water and electricity and limited 1 night (some say 2).

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Old 04-09-2020, 07:47 PM   #165
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Central coastal CA campgrounds that were closed are opening up May 1. We'll be there. They are booking up quickly so glad we had a reservation already in place. We may decide to start early and go to a currently open site. The local news highlights businesses that have remained open while maintaining standards for personal protection. Del's pizza, here we come.
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Old 04-09-2020, 08:49 PM   #166
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Some replies about the current attempts at restricting some of our "unalienable rights" makes me smile. Our government whether it be donkeys or elephants has been chipping away at our rights for decades. They've just hit on the very basic ones here lately that have rattled our attention. I'd retell the story about how putting up one side of a fence, then another, then another, then another until a certain group of animals over time got used to being fenced in with little protest at all, but I don't want another stern letter from the moderators.
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Old 04-09-2020, 09:07 PM   #167
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Some replies about the current attempts at restricting some of our "unalienable rights" makes me smile. Our government whether it be donkeys or elephants has been chipping away at our rights for decades. They've just hit on the very basic ones here lately that have rattled our attention. I'd retell the story about how putting up one side of a fence, then another, then another, then another until a certain group of animals over time got used to being fenced in with little protest at all, but I don't want another stern letter from the moderators.

I don't think you will get a letter from the moderators because i have no idea what you are talking about?
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Old 04-09-2020, 09:18 PM   #168
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Years back before the MOC became absorbed by RVLife ... the MOC administrators nipped a whole lot more in the bud than now. Fond recollections will always linger for me ... Ha!
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Old 04-09-2020, 09:32 PM   #169
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Old 04-09-2020, 09:35 PM   #170
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Years back before the MOC became absorbed by RVLife ... the MOC administrators nipped a whole lot more in the bud than now. Fond recollections will always linger for me ... Ha!
Yeah, they banned me on IRV2 for exercising constitutional rights in a respectful but direct way.
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Old 04-10-2020, 06:48 AM   #171
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Years back before the MOC became absorbed by RVLife ... the MOC administrators nipped a whole lot more in the bud than now. Fond recollections will always linger for me ... Ha!
I remember those days. It was a real treat! NOT
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