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Tim Spencer
1 month ago

Please, no more pics like the one from Germany! Next one will be our last and cancel. You have poor taste if continue and We will not be a part of that.

Jim Harvey
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim Spencer

Poor taste? A partial photo of a man’s buttocks? Good grief.

Ever see Michelangelo’s statue of David?

Doug
1 month ago
Reply to  Jim Harvey

I just saw a replica In Buffalo while visiting Niagara Falls. Just popped out of no where like a deer. But pretty cool.

Rory R
1 month ago
Reply to  Jim Harvey

Good Grief where have you been, there is nothing pornographic about that, please lighten up….

Vickie Ames
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim Spencer

I bet if it was a nude female, there would be no complaints. Nice sauce for a change.

Mike Albert
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim Spencer

FYI, the story was picked up by all news sources and lines. While the image was blurred at strategic areas, it was humorous to watch this gentleman chase his computer bag. There was nothing wrong with publishing this still picture.

Donna Gibson
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim Spencer

It’s your opinion, but It’s was just a partial shot of his butt-cheeks, a half shot of his moon, gluteus maximus. Opinions are like a$$hole$ — Everyone’s got one

Last edited 1 month ago by Donna Gibson
Marvin
1 month ago

I’m never happy to see states bumping up speed limits. It doesn’t change how we drive – usually 65mph tops – but it increases the closing rate for vehicles approaching from the rear. That decreases their decision-making time dramatically. They didn’t ask me.

Bob
1 month ago
Reply to  Marvin

Marv, I could not agree with you more in what you stated. Back when I was a state trooper in MN it was thrown at me all the time “these roads are made for faster speeds.” I agreed with them, and also told them the cars were also. BUT the nut behind the wheel was not made for high speed. If they were built for speed traffic deaths would be far less than what they are. All I can say to Oklahoma is; RIDE EM COWBOY! There will be undoubtedly some grinders.

Connie Calhoun
1 month ago

Love reading your newsletter everyday! Lots of great tips!
Thanks for putting it together.
Connie

jillie
1 month ago

We went tent to pop up to travel trailer. After a disastrous camping trip we moved upwards. Never again. I love being warm and cozy now. 15 years later.

Alan Goldberg
1 month ago

Hope Clarence Thomas got the word to stay away from Walmart and KOA this year for his safety.

Please consider publishing this type of information after the fact you could put high profile people in danger plus even they need a celebrity break once in a wile.

Allen B
1 month ago
Reply to  Alan Goldberg

Mr Thomas has been very public about his class A and style of camping.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Alan Goldberg

Hi, Alan. I just Googled “Clarence Thomas RV” and there are many articles about him RVing going back to at least 2009. It would be kinda difficult to publish “this type of information after the fact” under those circumstances. Just sayin’. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Deanna L Church
1 month ago

Well that picture is now embedded in my brain…and not because of the cute piglet!

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago

You’re welcome, Deanna. 😆 (Me too, BTW. 😯 ) Have a great day, and stay healthy. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Jeff
1 month ago

My uncle camps in the Ottawa national forest in Michigan. The campground he camps at has been full this summer. There are two other campgrounds close too where he camps. The one campground gets some use during the summer. This summer the campground is full. The other campground nobody uses. This year that campground is full.

Snayte
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeff

Have the MI state parks been closed most of this time?