My two recent encounters with Space aliens

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Of all the salt and pepper shakers I have owned in my life these are the best. I bought them a few weeks ago at a roadside trading post. The clerk put them in a box. 

But I felt that it was not right to keep such a magnificent treasure hidden away. I am sure that you will agree that this piece of Americana is too incredible to not share with my fellow Earthlings.

Oddly enough, I was passing by a store the other day in Cottonwood, Arizona, when I spotted yet another alien. It bares a striking resemblance to my salt shaker creature. However, judging by the shape of its head, I think it’s probably from different planet.

This alien is much larger than the first — far too big to conveniently hold salt and pepper shakers. To be perfectly honest, I do not know why it is even there. Of course, there is a possibility, albeit slight, it is an actual Space alien. Those big eyes could very well contain spy cameras.

I am beginning to feel that it is no coincidence that I am having repeated alien encounters. If I should disappear from the face of the Earth, you will know that I finally got my wish to explore outer Space!

And while I am on the subject of Space aliens, why do they always have such big eyes? I believe it’s because they live far from their sun, so they are dealing with a pretty serious lack of light.

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suzanne
3 years ago

Ok, where is that roadside trading post with the salt and pepper shakers? Gotta get some next year when I take off (not in my spaceship, but RV).

Chuck Woodbury
3 years ago
Reply to  suzanne

Suzanne,

It is at Pichacho Peak, about 20 miles north of Tucson on I-10. They cost about $11. What a bargain!

Here is a little video I did for fun on the place:
https://youtu.be/eoQrFoHF7-0

Chuck

Harry Salit
3 years ago

You want our money but you sure don’t make it easy to contact you! Shouldn’t it be on the home page? I don’t see it.
I want to buy a Tpms system but I could not find it on your pages.
So I went to rvtiresafety, Marbles web page and I found an article “Best Tpms” did it say anything about the best system, no just what to look for
Do I have to buy one of each brand and test myself? I thought that is what you do? Unbiased reporting.

So where do I go to contact you?

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 years ago
Reply to  Harry Salit

Hi, Harry,
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Roger Marble
3 years ago
Reply to  Harry Salit

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My email is at the bottom right of each blog page and I am willing to offer my opinion on some products when I have data and/or personal knowledge of the products.
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Hope this info helps clear up any confusion.

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Cherie Kearl
3 years ago
Reply to  Roger Marble

I was wondering did you have a tow on the trip? and if not how was that? uber lyft? we are leaving for a month with no tow any ideas?

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3 years ago
Reply to  Cherie Kearl

Hi, Cherie,
Your comment indicates you were replying to Roger Marble. Did you actually intend your question for Chuck Woodbury? Thanks. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com