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jillie
8 months ago

I am ready for the norovirus and corovirus. Passing the masks around.

Donn
8 months ago

I REALLY enjoy this newsletter.

Dry Creek
8 months ago

*Spoiler Alert – Grammar Police have arrived!*
“Cummings then lead police on a slow-speed chase, hitting speeds of as much as 15 miles per hour, while ignoring orders to stop.”
Led.
Led is the past tense of lead (as in leading, or in the lead, or lead me not into temptation).
Unless you are referring to a dense heavy, gray metal, then it gets more confusing.

Jeff Craig
8 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

At those speeds, he wasn’t even driving with an aluminium foot….

Sam
8 months ago

As a person that recently bought a travel trailer, I find it sad that “travel” seems to not be part of the RV experience anymore. And even worse, that RVs being used as apartments are ruining the experience of those that still want to travel. Sad!

Monty
8 months ago
Reply to  Sam

That’s why I wonder why this site is named rvTRAVEL.com, instead of rvPARK.com

Kimberli
8 months ago
Reply to  Sam

How is it ruining your experience?

AC Holt
8 months ago

What happened to the new RV show called The RVers ? I can’t find it any more on TV.

william mousseau
8 months ago

thank you for all your informational articles they are very helpful

Alvin
8 months ago

As a mechanic I used plenty of CRC products. CRC’s “heavy duty silicone” endorsed by Mike Sokol, is the best at what it is designed to do. There’s a ton of applications for this product in the home and on the RV. I never travel without a can at the ready. Beware the price though. I bought a supply in Glenns Ferry Idaho at a hardware store for under 6 bucks a can. I have seen it double that other places.