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Snayte
3 months ago
Lee
3 months ago

re: If you’re an Amazon shopper, chances are some of your purchase prices may go up soon.
I’m shocked, shocked I say, that retailer would high grade their merchandise in the wake of a shortage…real or imagined.

Ed D.
3 months ago

As of March 8, there has been 2 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Indiana.

CandaceB
3 months ago

I wish Los Angeles County would privatize its RV campgrounds. Ditto Mojave County, Arizona, at Bullhead City. In both of these areas, county-run RV campgrounds are falling apart and littered with trash. If county bureaucrats can’t run the campgrounds they should turn them over to companies that can.

Ron Lipp
3 months ago

looks like Good Sams has been screwing us rv people for years on our fuel plan! I will not renew my good Sams when it is due

Nels
3 months ago

Re the Alberta plan to divest itself of campgrounds… the govrrnment of Newfoundland-Labrador in Canada did this many years ago. They retained the half dozen most popular and either sold or leased the remainder to be privatized. They improved the kept parks, which became much more popular and to-date most of the divested parks are doing okay. All this, considering our camping season runs from mid-May to Mid-September, is actually working out quite well.

Dennis
3 months ago
Reply to  Nels

Great comment. These media likes to distort these to suit a union agenda. The parks being divested we’re mostly remote parks that had as few as 36 visits in a season. They were using helicopters to fly in firewood.

Paul
3 months ago
Reply to  Nels

The Alberta government should be building MORE campgrounds and not cutting back, camping and the outdoors are one of the few cheap activities a family can afford these days….how about wage reductions for career politicians ( Premier) and his minions, that would easily cover the shortfall.

Anne
3 months ago

Regarding the Wilcox’s and their trailer being rear ended by a semi. Why should they have to pay the clean up fee. It was the semi’s fault. Shouldn’t his insurance pick up the tab and they (the Wilcox’s) get reimbursed for their loss??

Patrick Granahan
3 months ago
Reply to  Anne

The Wilcox family should get a lawyer and seek a judgement against the trucking company for their loss plus additional funds for their inconvenience.

wayne
3 months ago
Reply to  Anne

Unless you have personally tried to sue a trucking company you have no idea how many years it can take to get a resolution even with multiple lawyers. In the meantime, you are stuck with nothing, nothing at all.

DJ Daerius
3 months ago

Proceeding with the FMCA International rally is reckless. The CDC doesn’t issue warnings Willy-nilly!
Elders are at the greatest risk from Coronavirus (COVID-19). Setting up a rally where thousands of at-risk people are mingling together is akin to having each one of those people have to play Russian roulette before passing through the turnstiles!
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/high-risk-complications.html

Richard M
3 months ago
Reply to  DJ Daerius

Let the people decide for themselves whether to attend or not. I do think that anyone who has paid upfront should be reimbursed with maybe a small fee held for administrative work, to all who decide to stay away.

Ira Stoddard
3 months ago
Reply to  DJ Daerius

Then don’t go

Larry H Lee
3 months ago
Reply to  DJ Daerius

You just have to take appropriate precautions to minimize risk.
Number one item is no shaking hands!
Number 2 is washing hands or using hand sanitizer.
Number 3 is If you really want to go all out, wear a mask to keep you from touching your face. You can use the same mask repeatedly.
Number 4 Whenever possible use some part of your body other than your fingers to touch and manipulate objects which are also touched by others.