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Tom Boyte

I had no trouble entering the contest for question one but when I took a look at question 2 to see if I knew the answer (which I didn’t) It would not let me go back to question one to submit that answer. I tried refreshing the page as well as backing out to the main page and even watching the video again and trying to reenter but to no avail…I sure could have used the Shell gasoline in my 1957 Chushman Eagle motor scooter!

Michael Galvin

Gaston J. Feeblebunny?! Laughed out loud.
I think there were similarly named Hogg sisters, but I think you’ve been rickedoodled about Ima and Ura.
On a different tack, you lamented the crowding of RV sites, but your success is partly to blame. Also blame the overpopulation crisis: my family used to pull into any state campground anytime during the day in the 50s and find a place. Try that now. Overpopulation. It’s not too few sites or too few highway lanes, it’s too many people and too many cars. Overpopulation. And my wife and I are about to retire to full-time RVing…..

Kermit Wilke

Tried several times to enter the contest, no luck


Unable to enter the contest this week. I have entered the new contest before. I also watched the video. There is not a link where it says contest.

Bob Rohrmann

When clicking the “Click to read the issue.”today, it did not work. I ended up using the RVTravel.com link and went to today’s issue there.


Rvtravel.com has now become the premier newsletter of rv advertisements and infomercials. Unfortunately, it now takes much more time to wade thru the junk before finding anything useful or interesting. This might be considered as an “improvement”. It may result in higher revenue for you. But for me I no longer look forward to the new edition nearly as much as I used to. My 2 cents.


There was a kid at a school that had a last name of Monk. His parents named him Chip! If that was me I’d have to slap my parents. Well known family in northern California with the last name or Horr. Harry Horr married Ima. Later in life after Harry had passed. She decided to change her name. To Ivy!