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Bob Godfrey
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Bob Godfrey

It is a sad thing to learn that Malia has left us for I feel as if I have lost a friend even though we never met.

Tom Gutzke
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Tom Gutzke

Malia showed us all how to be brave and face obstacles head-on. Never met her but feel like she was a good friend. After some sorrow I listened to the ‘deer crossing’ audio. It certainly put a smile back on my face.

Thom Bell
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Thom Bell

Just read RVTravel’s newest edition and Chuck discussed your passing. The loss of someone as special as you were to the world and RV buddies, the only solace that I can take it that the pain has ended, the cancer too has died and that you are in a better place. Though we have never met, may I say Rest in Peace my dear friend!

Bill Massicotte
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Bill Massicotte

Malia R.I.P.. You and your wonderful mind will definitely be missed by all. I have saved past newsletters of your travels and will cherish their completeness and informative content for many years to come.
Bill and Karen Massicotte

Stephen
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Stephen

oops….didn’t mean to post twice

Stephen
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Stephen

No not at all

Booneyrat
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Booneyrat

A good way to stop rodents from inviting themselves to your hacienda on wheels is to stuff steel wool in every imaginable hole and crevice underneath,and inside the basement of your rig.Then use those sticky flat rat traps…if they get by the first defense..the second will usually nab them.

Graybyrd
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Great suggestion, but I’ve learned not to use the “steel” wool; instead, I look for the ‘stainless’ variety that will not turn to rusty dust within weeks. It’s available as scrub or scouring pads that can be pulled, cut and flattened to fit small openings as needed.

George
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George

Chuck, sorry for the loss of your friend. She was a brave woman and is now out of pain. RIP Malia.

John T
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John T

RV roofs are NOT made of rubber. They are made of synthetic materials, generally EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) or TPO (Thermal Poly Olefin). You need a cleaner that is suitable for whichever type you have, not a cleaner for rubber.

Doug/ ND
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Doug/ ND

Sorry John : While technically correct – “…roofs are not made of rubber.” There are many Rv’s with a rubber film coating or layer over the substrate – use the wrong chemical and you will ruin the rubber coating! It will turn hard, crack, or blister – ruining the seal. Read the directions and follow them closely.

Wolfe
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Wolfe

Ugh. George flubbed his Bumper Sticker of the week. The usual form is:

“Are you ignorant or apathetic?”
“I don’t know, and I don’t care!”

DAVE TELENKO
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DAVE TELENKO

WOW that article on “need something for your RV, has to be the longest list I’ve ever seen. I will admit buying some of them, also needing some of the & also didn’t know I needed them.
Dave

JBC
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JBC

Malia, “she did it her way”. RIP and thank you for sharing.

Wolfe
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Wolfe

Sad indeed, although it sounds like she left more on her own terms than others get to. She was a fascinating writer.

Galeyn
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Galeyn

Oops! The link on your comment “I have quite a bit more to say if you are interested: Click here” takes me to a page that doesn’t exist and shows the dreaded Error 404.