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Dale Sain
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Dale Sain

WOW! If I ever need an ego boost, I’ll tell folks I’m building an RV park. That’s awesome. As an old part-timer and new full-timer, I use Wi-Fi when able, but sharing bandwidth is often an issue, so a hot spot to reach a cell tower is mandatory. I’ll pencil in your Grand Opening, well, just because. I am glad Chuck W. found out about you three.

Kwahl1
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Kwahl1

The link for the article Building an RV Park from Scratch by Machelle James does not work. When I click on the link it brings up “Ooops… Error 404 Sorry, but the page you are looking for doesn’t exist.”

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Sorry, Kwahl1. It’s been fixed. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Craig Dresser
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Craig Dresser

The link for the article Building an RV Park from Scratch by Machelle James does not work. When I click on the link it brings up “Ooops… Error 404 Sorry, but the page you are looking for doesn’t exist.”

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Sorry, Craig. It’s been fixed. (Can’t even blame the computer gremlins on this one — I inadvertently and unknowingly messed it up last night! 😮 ) —Diane at RVtravel.com

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Brian Clarke

Just a note on the blurb about quick disconnect hoses. Most “garden hose” quick disconnects have an automatic water shutoff and I’ve had some that can disconnect and stop water flow when disconnected but, because of the pressure in the hose, makes it near impossible to reconnect anything to it unless the pressure is reduced and that can only happen by either releasing the pressure before disconnecting or partially unscrewing the hose from the source. Both of which defeat the purpose of the “quick release” for emergency purposes. If you are using one for this purpose, make sure it a… Read more »

Bill Duff
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Bill Duff

In regards to using a garden hose to fight an RV fire, unless you catch the fire in its incipient stage you are wasting your time. Just like the small fire extinguishers included in every RV they will only work if you catch it quickly. You would be better off turning off the electric and propane then moving anything that might be an exposure from radiated heat or direct flame contact.

Joe Dobry
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Joe Dobry

Hey, thanks for taking off the sidebar ads for the “2018 Dallas RV Supershow”

bill
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bill

We are traveling with Lazy Days “Crown Club” members and have had heard their story on how the meal and drink programs were severely reduced and then after protests from members Lazy Days caved in and reversed some of the reductions. We would be interested in seeing an article from you about this. I guess now your adult beverages are limited,(?)

AlaskaTraveler
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AlaskaTraveler

Run in with Tupelo, Mississippi Sheriff….. My son-in-law travels for work. He has a decent 30’ Open Road Trailer he lives in when staying at a place for long periods. His employer moves the trailer when the job ends. Recently, after the job ended, a contractor was hired to move the trailer back to my son-in-law’s home. The contracted driver was pulled over by a Tupelo Sheriff’s Deputy for no license plate on towing pick-up truck. The deputy searched the truck and found among a great deal of rubbish, an empty bottle of liquor. They tested the driver and there… Read more »

John Karlson
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John Karlson

Stupid, stupid, stupid! This kinda stuff just burns me up. Reason cops have such bad PR.

the Fish
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the Fish

Well now after working in this field of canine detecting I fully know and understand the powers of our canine friends in law enforcement. I know for sure what the abilities are in using the animal in a law enforcement search. Now if the Law Enforcement Officer is working in the scope of a proper enforcement search that officer knows fairly well what constitutes a lawful search. What the officer needs is probable cause persian to a detector dog search. The officer needs to be able to attest to the animals credibility and has to be able to present that… Read more »

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the Fish

Oh also , if they found nothing I ( the son in law) advise the PD and have them enter a blotter note that I would be contacting the PD and putting in a tort claim to collect for damages and repair. Let the PD and it’s legal staff sort out what happened and why and I would question the animals abilities as well as the animals training and the training of the canine handler ( officer ) and the canine team ( officer and canine combined as a team> It bothers me to no end if a search is… Read more »