Monday, December 4, 2023


What’s your favorite beverage to quench your thirst on a hot day?

Picture this: It’s a hot day and you’re sitting outside in the shade at your campsite. You suddenly realize a cold beverage sounds good, so you head into the RV to grab something. What will you grab? A class of water? A soda? A beer? Some orange juice? Iced tea or lemonade?

We’re making ourselves thirsty just thinking about all these drinks! And we’re also wishing we were sitting by the water in that photo with that yummy-looking drink. Ugh!

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Joe & Helen (@guest_165733)
1 year ago

Snapple Iced Tea for Joe
Water for Helen

Lindalee (@guest_164813)
1 year ago

I said “beer” but, it has to be ice cold – otherwise just lemonade-flavored ice water.

Carol (@guest_164810)
1 year ago


Gordy B (@guest_164808)
1 year ago


Richard (@guest_164790)
1 year ago

Depends on my mood sometimes water sometimes Vodka but both on the rocks. 🤔

Roy Davis (@guest_164788)
1 year ago

I guess I am boring because I drink between 72 to 96 ozs. of ice water a day. No added flavor or anything else. This attributes to my rarely getting sick. However it didn’t prevent me from getting Covid, but I really wasn’t very sick. I’m so boring I even ask for water when we go out to eat. I do enjoy my morning coffee but I take my water with me every where.

Neal Davis (@guest_164781)
1 year ago

Gatorade or Mountain Dew are my favorites to take along during a day of farmwork/industrial-strength yardwork.

Seann Fox (@guest_164778)
1 year ago

COFFEE not iced!!

Skip (@guest_164775)
1 year ago

Iced Tea one slice lemon and nothing else. I picked up drinking iced tea some 35+ years ago while living in New Mexico and have drank it ever since year round. Good old sun tea nothing beats it.

Chuck Bonelli (@guest_164773)
1 year ago

Used to be beer… especially after a sweaty day of yard work, now I’ve found cold champagne to be more refreshing!

Tommy Molnar (@guest_164784)
1 year ago
Reply to  Chuck Bonelli

I like your style, Chuck.

Cheryl (@guest_164771)
1 year ago

I like flavored water drinks. Bai brand is my favorite.

Dad Jokes (@guest_164770)
1 year ago

I prefer to have a nice glass of sweet iced tea with a lot of lemon on a hot summer day, but if it’s cold, I’ll probably drink it.

Last edited 1 year ago by Dad Jokes
Thomas D (@guest_164768)
1 year ago

What is making soda so expensive? $6.30 a 12 pack for name brand. Each increase means I drink a little less soda and more water.probably better for me worse for them. And I dont buy bottled water. I have r.o. In my home and rv.

Rich (@guest_164764)
1 year ago

nothing better than iced water!

Kyle Petree (@guest_164756)
1 year ago

Trick quesiton – water for thirst quenching, but you’re much more likely to find a frosty beer in my hand.

TIM MCRAE (@guest_164751)
1 year ago

Air conditioning. It is not in my vision to work hard, be too hot, or get thirsty .. 🙂

Glenn (@guest_164748)
1 year ago

A nice, cold, High Life. If beered out, a tall Smirnoff, tonic, with lime. Yum!

Kelly F (@guest_164765)
1 year ago
Reply to  Glenn

I’ll drink a glass of water for thirst then either a Mtn Dew or a gin (Tanqueray) and tonic with lime, if the campground allows alcohol!

Leslie Schofield (@guest_164747)
1 year ago

A margarita

Rosalie Magistro (@guest_164745)
1 year ago

Water during the day and it depends after that,maybe a bourbon on the rocks or iced coffee.

John R. Wilkins (@guest_164742)
1 year ago

Unsweetened iced tea with a lemon.

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