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Mona
1 month ago

So they are running out of RV’s. So they will need to mass produce. Does that mean that all these years of faulty manufacturing will now produce even worse products ?

Snayte
1 month ago

smoking is also prohibited except within an enclosed vehicle or in a vehicle stopped within a developed paved area devoid of vegetation for at least 3 feet.”

I wish this were a rule at all public parks all the time.

Steve
1 month ago

You won’t find “Delores,” CO, where a 1953 Airstream was stolen, on any map. The name of the town and adjacent river is “Dolores,” the Spanish word for “sorrows.” The river was named during a 1765 Spanish expedition to the region as “Our Lady of Sorrows.” Nitpicky perhaps, but Bay area residents don’t care for outsiders calling their beautiful, Spanish-named city “Frisco” either.

Al Philips
1 month ago
Reply to  Steve

Well Steve we Floridians don’t like you calling Kissimmee ‘KISS-A-ME’ either. With a little sense of humor you can laugh at the ignorance of tourists.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Steve

Sorry, Steve. Thank you for letting us know about the misspelling. It’s been corrected. I keep forgetting that I can’t “assume” our writers get the cities or names spelled correctly every time. I hate it when I miss something, but after correcting hundreds of typos, etc., this week, I guess I shouldn’t be too hard on myself if this was all I missed (but I’m sure I missed more, and I’m sure people will tell me about them now 😉 ). Take care, and stay healthy. 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Hidden Valley RV Park
1 month ago
Reply to  Steve

Did y’all hear the great news that the airstream was found in California and the owners went there to pick it up and drive it back to it’s Colorado home? Don’t know the details but happy she’s home.

Mike Albert
1 month ago

Not sure what happened, but I still have not received notification about today’s issue. Normally it’s received bright and early but it’s now 2:21pm.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike Albert

Hmmmm. Sorry, Mike. I just looked it up in our records and it indicates “Campaign sent 10 hours ago” and it also shows that you’re still subscribed. So it must have gone into your Spam file somehow, or you just overlooked it, or it got lost in cyberspace. But I’m glad you found the newsletter anyway. Take care, and stay healthy. 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Bob
1 month ago
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Same here. shows it was sent at 5:04am and i didn’t receive it until 2:31pm.
This seems to happening quite often with your emails. I checked three other emails I received about the same time and they were sent and delivered within 1 minute. May be getting stuck in your email server.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob

Sorry, Bob. I’ve just sent your comment and Mike Albert’s comment to Kim, our IT dude, to see if he has any idea what could have caused slow, or no, delivery of our email alerts. Gremlins? Lost in cyberspace? I don’t know. We’ll see if Kim has any ideas. (I just checked your account and it indicates that your email alert was sent 12 hours ago.) Thank you for letting us know about this issue. Take care. 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob

To Mike and Bob —
Here’s what Kim, our IT dude, just explained to me when I asked him if he knew what could cause there to be slow, or no, delivery of our email alerts:

“A bunch of things, mainly that bulk email will sometimes get prioritized below normal email so email servers may be slow to deliver the messages. We don’t control that, only when we send it, and even then the messages take several minutes to send out. Too many at one time and a server might decide we’re SPAM. I’d recommend that they check with the internet service providers for more guidance on why the emails are being delayed by so many hours.”

I did notice that both of you have comcast.net — so maybe it has something to do with them?
Take care. 🙂 –Diane at RVtravel.com

Steve
1 month ago

Maine and Connecticut have had an out of state surcharge for years. It’s currently $10 a night.

Last edited 1 month ago by Steve
Shannon
1 month ago

So sad to hear about Coleen’s passing.
I enjoyed her newsletters and hoped to meet her some time on the road. RIP

Ann
1 month ago

I’m going to totally ignore anything that says Rhode Island is the best place to camp and Wyoming or Montana the worst, okay? Whatever criteria they’re using for their rankings are different than mine.

Lots of states charge surcharges for out of state visitors, and have since before COVID. I’m not sure why we’re all jumping on Oregon right now.

Stan Hume
1 month ago

I-70 through Glenwood Canyon in Colorado is closed due to the Grizzly Creek Fire.

Margaret
1 month ago

What happened to the RV Shrink? It was my favorite part of the newsletter?

George Pennington
1 month ago
Reply to  Margaret

I believe Gary died earlier this year due to Covid!

Wolfe
1 month ago
Reply to  Margaret

Gary Bunzer was RV Doctor, and unfortunately passed.

Wanderman, Shrink and myself are alive as far as I know.

Jeff Arthur
1 month ago

Actually many states have up charges for out of state visitors/campers.