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Sue M
4 months ago

What is the best Rv water regulator

Robert C
5 months ago

Let me get this straight: A man in Idaho crashes his 5th wheel through a sporting goods type store. He gets CITED for Driving Under the Influence (of alcohol) and gets RELEASED? Are you kidding?? “ Hey, don’t do it again. Have a good night”.
Uuhhh, maybe, next time, he kills innocent people with his drunk driving?
Unbelievable!

Dave J
5 months ago
Reply to  Robert C

In some states DUI drivers are cited to appear in court to answer charges of DUI is the norm.

In some COUNTRIES one goes directly to jail and from there gets tied to a wooden post in the courtyard. (wood so the executioners bullets dont bounce off.)

Susan Smith
5 months ago

Could you please say the riddle again Sunday when you give the answer. We forget the riddle. Thank you

jillie
5 months ago

The last weekend of June last summer we were on the highway just entering Nebraska. We saw this cloud and realized it was butterflies. It was like someone was throwing handfuls of butterflies at us. When it was all said and done my jeeps front was a hood ornament for butterflies. I haven’t opened the hood lately but I did back then when I was getting gas just to see if they got inside the engine. They did. Never experienced anything like that ever.

Loneoutdoorsman
5 months ago

Traveling along Interstate 10 through Arizona recently, Ey pulled into the Truck/RV section. A young woman sporting high heels, shorts, long legs, and a fluffy top walked in front of my truck/camper and got into a camper a few spaces down from me. A minute later the truck driver that she was talking to walked by and knocked on the door of her camper and she let him in. Ey am cracking up—Got entertainment with my coffee. Ey wonder if she belongs to Xcapers and will go to their next gathering.
Loneoutdoorsman

Laurie Flood
5 months ago

Maybe think for a moment that the woman could be a trafficking victim.

Gary
5 months ago

Ey yi yi!

Gary
5 months ago

Wow! I was way off on the brain teaser; I was thinking ribs. Mmm…

Ardy Mattox
5 months ago
Reply to  Gary

sounds good to me!

Matt Johnson
5 months ago

Please come up with some original “joke of the day”. The last several have been on Facebook weeks ago.

Dan Kruger
5 months ago
Reply to  Matt Johnson

We don’t use facebook so they good for us. Keep up the good work!!!

Gary
5 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

They have been on most of the forums too, including the iRV2 forums. And emails.

KellyR
5 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Diane, do not skip the jokes. I don’t get facebook or any of the others. (I mean that I “just don’t GET them”.) I didn’t even know that there were any other RV sites. The only old jokes I have seen on this site are the “old Jokes” that write in on your comment section. (sorry – I don’t know how to use that tongue-in-cheek symbol). Milton Berle never told an original joke in his life and got along just fine.

KellyR
5 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

If you don’t post the current jokes, there will be no old jokes in the future.

Ed Fogle
5 months ago

Food trucks allowed at rest stops. Some municipalities allowing longer stays at normally overnight only locations. At last some rational thinking from government.

Ed Fogle
5 months ago

Diesel at one Sam’s Club in Tulsa Is $1.48. Sure since my tank is full of $2.70 per gallon fuel.

DAVID QUINN
5 months ago

My guess for yesterday’s brain teaser was an egg could be sorta since some people don’t like the yoke but yep corn on the cob 🌽 diesel in my part of California was $2.39 a gallon last week.

Alvin
5 months ago

A ++++ huge shout out to the United States Fish and Wildlife folks in concert with the University of Illinois – Chicago for getting at it and developing/maintaining inhabitant for Monarch Butterflies. One of the most important pollinators need our help much more than most folks realize. They are very important to maintaining the balance in nature.

Great article on Vitamin C too. That Vitamin is a life saver. I take one every morning before breakfast, and/or immediately after feeling a scratchy throat or any sign a cold is coming on.

The vitamin C touted in the article is a 1600mg dosage, which would be excessive on a daily basis for my needs. We buy the Costco Kirkland brand at 400 tablets to a bottle. They’re in the chew-able 500mg size. (sweetener (sugar) makes them chew-able so if you’re sugar intolerant choose non chew-able)
I’ll take up to three daily (at one time) if a cold really comes on quick and strong. That dosage knocks the bug dead out every time.

There’s hundreds of brands out there,(some very pricey) take your pick. The Costco Brand we find is least expensive of all we’ve looked at and best is one a day keeps the immune system topped up- neither of us having experienced a cold in memory

I notice
5 months ago

Umm, why is the food truck in the photo covered in Russian? Should have Google searched just a tiny bit more and found a food truck in the USA. I’m sure there’s plenty of photos out there.

Ray Miller
5 months ago
Reply to  I notice

IT’s not Russian, it’s Spanish “ZATACHITAS”

Concerned reader
5 months ago

I have to *strongly* protest against your advertisement stating “One easy thing you can do to help prevent the coronavirus? Take Vitamin C”. There is ZERO PROOF that Vitamin C will protect you from COVID-19, let alone that it will “keep your immune system healthy”. Let’s not add false information to an already confusing situation. This is irresponsible. Please stop.

Skip Gimbrone
5 months ago

If you have been following the news there are numerous articles about treatments for COVID 19 involving vitamin C infusion and also vitamin C taken by mouth. I advise you to look up Dr Andrew Saul.

Kenneth Huffman
5 months ago
Reply to  Skip Gimbrone

” A number of articles” is not a scientific base for making a decision. As vitamin C is water soluble, any excess is passed out of the body.

I notice
5 months ago
Reply to  Skip Gimbrone
Akg
5 months ago

I believe the article to which you responded says nothing about viruses. Vitamin C does help your immune system, which is common knowledge.

Bill
5 months ago

Remember, it is not always the COVID-19 that does the killing, at least not by itself. A death is attributed to COVID-19 if the victim would have survived in the absence of the corona virus. That is the rule used to count corona virus deaths. The vitamin C would not prevent coronavirus but might prevent the other respiratory disease or mitigate its effect.

Karin S.
5 months ago

While I am sure we can all agree Vitamin C will not cure COVID-19, but when taken daily, it does help keep your immune system strong. Having a strong and healthy immune system is the best way to beat COVID-19. Clearly, the majority of folks getting the COVID-19, seem to have compromised immune systems and other underlying health issues.

I notice
5 months ago
Reply to  Karin S.

However the original “advertisement” by this page clearly states “prevent Covid-19”, which is absolutely false.

Keira Bianchi
5 months ago

Yes, for many years there have been a lot of “Doctors” who say that Vitamin C helps, but there is no hard scientific evidence that it works.

KellyR
5 months ago
Reply to  Keira Bianchi

Let me think … scurvy or vitamin C … scurvy or vitamin C … ?? There are a bunch of dead sailors, from centuries ago, that wish they had known about vitamin C. Doctors may not know all they think they know, but the body has evidently decided that vitamin C is needed to promote health. The healthier the body, the better off it is in fighting off infection. Excuse me while I reach for my orange juice.

Timothy H VanderVeen
5 months ago

What have been RV’s experience renting used rental class C motor homes? I am contemplating getting back into RV life and have been exploring rentals from Cruise America. I don’t want to see a lot of negative content, but hope for honest opinions based on actual experience. Thank you and stay safe and well.

Mitch
5 months ago

Find the right Cruise America dealer and it was a very good experience. The first dealer was not great but once we found the second one, we use them each time. They have videos and show you how to use the RV. Rates were reasonable and my family had a blast. No worries about service or storage, they do that. We have used them many times over the last 10 years and with the hopes of buying our own in the future.

Steve
5 months ago

Wouldn’t take long to pay for an RV at the cost of renting in my opinion

Keira Bianchi
5 months ago

Our experiences were great. Easy way to use an RV temporarily. Kind of expensive compared to a motel, but we went out in the boonies where there were no indoor accommodations. Nice way to RV if you travel internationally or want to camp clear across the country, and don’t want to drive your own RV. We always cleaned ours thoroughly to avoid the cleaning fee. Some rental agencies do not want you to take their rigs on dirt roads, so cleaning avoids any problems in that area.