Monday, December 4, 2023


For couples: Do you or your partner snore?

Okay, this could be considered a stupid question. But we’ll ask it anyway because after asking the readers of this newsletter more than 2,000 questions through the years, most all of them not stupid at all, we’re entitled to ask something that is more about curiosity than a true need to know. Okay, maybe a little silly, but…

Truth be told, a lot of people snore. Hey, there are a lot of RV parks out there where the RVs are packed so close you can hear a neighbor snore. We say this from experience.

So what’s your situation? Does one member of the household snore like a champ and the other not at all? Or do you both snore at impressive decibel levels?

Remember, it may take a few moments for the poll to load, so stand by. The wait will be worth it, we guarantee it!


Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Ed H. (@guest_99168)
3 years ago

We both used to snore but now that we both have CPAP machines, neither of us snores anymore (unless one falls asleep in a chair for a quick afternoon nap, LOL).

Rory R (@guest_98573)
3 years ago

According to my SO, I used to snore loudly, I was calling the hogs. It usually happened when I had a very long and tiring day. Before retirement I started using the stairs instead of the elevator to travel between floors and we started walking in the evening after work. Guess what, no more snoring.

D Haley (@guest_97835)
3 years ago

Snored louder then a freight train coming off the tracks. Sleep study results proved that with finding rhymea and low oxygen level. CPAP corrected the snoring some what correct 50 rhymea and increased oxygen level though on an oxygen concentrator. So it’s important to find out why the snoring. The wife well she and the three beagles are cutting up logs. {bleeped} big logs.

Dave (@guest_97773)
3 years ago

I used to snore pretty loudly. We both switched to a whole foods plant based diet 2 years ago. Since that time my wife says my snoring stopped completely! Bonus!

Bob Weinfurt (@guest_97749)
3 years ago

And so do the dogs

Sally (@guest_97457)
3 years ago

Hubby has a CPAP that he MUST use or nobody sleeps!

Deborah Mason (@guest_97448)
3 years ago

Sadly, I snore a bit, too, but usually not so much and never anywhere as loud as my husband. And so do both dogs!

Mitzi Agnew Giles (@guest_97445)
3 years ago

DH has a cute little snore, which I prefer over his other night time activity- sudden world champion intensity charley horses! I used to snore, and also grind my teeth at night (bruxism) DH told me I would snuggle right into his neck, and then start the gnashing so bad he was afraid I was about to vampire bite him! Since being diagnosed with allergies in my 50s I snore a lot less, probably because of finally being put on the right respiratory meds.

George (@guest_97433)
3 years ago

I told my wife I know I don’t snore. I stayed up all night and didn’t snore once!

Gene Bjerke (@guest_97407)
3 years ago

I can now say that neither of us snore. However, before I got a CPAP my snoring could wake people up at the other end of the house.

Tom Macfarlane (@guest_97397)
3 years ago

I snore when not using my CPAP, which is now because I’m boondocking.

Chuck (@guest_97396)
3 years ago

She may snore, I don’t know. Take out my hearing aids and the RV could be falling apart and I wouldn’t know. Do I snore? Nope, stayed up one night to make sure.

Ron L. (@guest_97372)
3 years ago

I put “nope”…but only because I have used a cpap for that past 20 years that keeps me from snoring. Prior to that, I would keep the neighbors on both sides awake!

Tom (@guest_97369)
3 years ago

Use a CPAP now and am restricted from saying DW snores 😊

Bruce McDonald (@guest_97364)
3 years ago

I long ago learned to carry ear plugs. Problem (mostly) solved. The ear plugs are also very handy to alleviate the #1 camp ground complaint in the article just down the page from this survey; noisy neighbors. They are also handy for campgrounds too close to a highway or railroad or airport or – what ever noise source.

Ed J (@guest_97349)
3 years ago

Both NOW use CPAP Machines so the issue went away.

Lorna (@guest_97341)
3 years ago

I think my husband is moaning more than snoring, caused by vivid dreams. I’ve learned to put a touch of Vaseline in my ears Before putting in my ear plugs-the seal is better!
But, I still prefer sleeping without the ear plugs when I can! And sometimes I can have him change positions, and go back to a ‘noiseless’ sleep!

Roy Davis (@guest_97317)
3 years ago

I laugh at this one because even our Cocker Spaniel snores. I never use to but I started a few years back. The DW has snored as long as I can remember. I plan on asking about being tested for sleep apnea since I am considered “high risk” for it.

Kaeleen Buckingham (@guest_97311)
3 years ago

We both used to snore until we got our CPAP machines. Don’t ignore snoring, it could be a sign of something else!

mike (@guest_97266)
3 years ago

Go figure! I buy the Class A MH, SO sleeps in the back bedroom, watches tv into the wee hours and when she goes to sleep the walls vibrate with her snoring. Now me, sleep out in the living room on the fold out couch, but not before I close off the back bedroom door. Is there something wrong with this picture?

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