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jillie
13 days ago

To those who love astronomy? Not astrology. I get daily news bites from space on line or is NASA on line. One of the two. It reports what you can see in the nite sky or maybe during the day? My daughter loves the stuff. I am also watching all the new tech getting our crew into space. Todays thought? Would you give it all up for a one way journey to Mars knowing you could never come home? Interesting. Maybe.

Monty Arch
13 days ago

“Laugh of the WeekThe Cynical Philosopher:
• I read that 4,153,237 people got married last year. Not to cause any trouble, but shouldn’t that be an even number?”

Not if they’re polygamists or polyandrists.

BILLY Bob Thronton
12 days ago
Reply to  Monty Arch

I got a better one, he didn’t get 80,000,000 million votes. Yeah, the guy who campaigned from his basement, him!

Monty Arch
12 days ago

I hear you.

Daniel
13 days ago

Chuck Woodbury, your newsletters continue to get better and more valuable to the RVing community every week! I should know, as I have been a full-time RV’er for 32 years. Thank you to you and your dedicated staff.

Admin
RV Staff (@rvstaff)
13 days ago
Reply to  Daniel

Thank you for your very kind words, Daniel! We very much appreciate them – and you! We are constantly striving to improve our newsletters and everything we produce for our wonderful readers. Receiving heartwarming messages like yours makes our hard work worthwhile. Take care, and have a good night. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Vickie Ames
13 days ago

Re: RV’s, Who Makes What and possible future review? A little left field, but my sister is on the hunt for a horse trailer with living quarters. She is on the verge of spending $50k and is dependent upon other horse people’s opinions of makers. Would be great to give her some “expert” input regarding the RV part of these trailers.

Gary Arsenault
13 days ago

As everyone knows I hate camping world especially there service department. I have found that when you have any issues stay away from camping world I now call a RV moble repair services. I found that it’s much cheaper then camping world and I get it done the same day. I don’t have to leave my unit and they come to me. Love this service and I would highly recommend everyone to try it. Most camping sights will recommend a mobile service all you have to do is call and they will come out to you. It’s the best service I ever received.

jillie
13 days ago
Reply to  Gary Arsenault

Need to come to my neck in the woods. We have a to die for service dept that I go no where else. I also had no problems with the one in Golden Colorado either.

Brad M
13 days ago

After reading the story that appears to say that honorably discharged vets being eligible to use military campgrounds I reviewed the DOD rules governing park usage & I read that only honorably discharged vet’s with 100% disability are allowed to camp in military campgrounds. Did I miss something here that states that those of us who are not disabled are welcome also?

Dan
13 days ago
Reply to  Brad M

I suppose ROTC doesn’t count either.

Brad M
13 days ago
Reply to  Dan

“ROTC cadets when participating in field training” are eligible it says. See the link below:

https://www.militarycampgrounds.us/authorized-users

Jim Prideaux
12 days ago
Reply to  Brad M

No you didn’t misread anything. The opening of the article dragged me in with the “honorably discharged” qualification but then there is more, as there always has been. Seems eligibility has been opened to honorably discharged with disabilities and POWs and their caregivers. Good enough they deserve it. I used to take advantage of military camps when I was Army Reserve. Some great camps — right on the beach in Key West. I’m no longer eligible. That’s fine, those who are are more deserving than me.

BILLY Bob Thronton
12 days ago
Reply to  Jim Prideaux

Jim, you Sir are a partriot.

BILLY Bob Thronton
12 days ago
Reply to  Brad M

I believe it’s lifers retired military honorably discharged. Probably a writer error. Check on that please

Roger Marling
13 days ago

Being an honorably discharged vet, but not disabled does not allow you to use military campgrounds. Been turned down by many. I think if you served honorably, you be allowed

Bob
13 days ago
Reply to  Roger Marling

Just another screw up by our government. All honorably discharged vets should have the privilege.
Here are the rules and regulations. It says discharged vets with 100% disability only.
https://www.militarycampgrounds.us/news-and-articles-mainmenu-2/military-campground-and-rv-parks-articles/authorized-use

Jim Prideaux
12 days ago
Reply to  Bob

No screw up. Sites are open to those who serve, served a lifetime, were POW or disabled. You want to knock these guys (or gals) out of a site?

Snayte
11 days ago
Reply to  Jim Prideaux

A lifetime? It is 20 years. I get nothing for serving 12 and I am not drawing a check from the tax payer every month.

PennyPA
11 days ago
Reply to  Snayte

I really hate to change the subject but I really would like to know what happened to my Daily Tips and my newsletters that I get every week from RVTravel.

Admin
RV Staff (@rvstaff)
11 days ago
Reply to  PennyPA

Hi, PennyPA. I’m not sure why you wrote your comment under Snayte’s comment. Anyway, you are wondering what happened to your newsletters that you (used to) get every week from RVTravel. I just looked it up in our records and it shows that you unsubscribed from our newsletters 25 days ago and “provided ‘Spam complaint’ as a reason.” If you want to resubscribe to our newsletters, you can go here to do it: https://www.rvtravel.com/subscribe/ We’d love to have you back. Have a great day, and take care. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com