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jillie
13 days ago

I do know the Jeep Grand Cherokee did up its tow capacity to 10K. And gas prices in Michigan hover around 2 bucks a gallon.

Drew
24 days ago

The hungry dog video has been viewed many times by me. I appreciate it very much and I’ve forwarded it around lots of times. I’ll bet it’s made a lot of people laugh.

Gary Reed
25 days ago

One California wild fire would wipe out the 36% gains in greenhouse gas emissions.
They need to work harder and spend more time on that problem rather that targeting auto emissions.

Ed D.
25 days ago

 Joe and Lisa Waldner, you are truly a wonderful couple. It is great to know there are people like you still left in this crazy world! 

Dale
25 days ago

Aw shucks Chuck. No comments on the debate. It appears most of your followers have decided. Some bashing comments might have provided some fun reading.

Jeff Arthur
25 days ago

On the subject of Will I watch Monday’s presidential debate .
No, not undecided will not vote for either .

Dane Shearer
25 days ago
Reply to  Jeff Arthur

Hi Jeff,
Then maybe you should watch the one on Tuesday. Most likely this will be one of the most important decisions we will make as a country and it will affect human rights, women’s right and healthcare availabilty for years to come.

ken Meaker
24 days ago
Reply to  Dane Shearer

Why he still pays taxs.

Sonny
24 days ago
Reply to  ken Meaker

Search Ytube for Biden’s – I will remove the Muslim ban on day 1

Marybeth Almand
25 days ago
Reply to  Jeff Arthur

Then yousir, may exclude yourself from any future discussions on this subject.

Chris
25 days ago

Perhaps he is voting for a third-party candidate

Doug
25 days ago

re: free campground along National Parks Highway. Description too vague. Need the name of it or GPS coordinates or some other identifying info.

Doing a Google Map search, I found 2 different “free” campgrounds along the what part of the highway I surveyed. Saved both. Perhaps one is the one you mentioned.

Jeff
25 days ago

The national forest campground in Wisconsin where I camp at starting next year are making there 12 lake sites reservable. It will be interesting to see if the lake sites are full all summer long or not.
They tried reserving the lake sites a few years ago and the sites were only full on the weekends. I guess the national forest is having trouble with people saving lake sites.

wanderer
25 days ago
Reply to  Jeff

I spent the week before Labor Day at a public campground on a ‘first come first served’ loop. All week I saw 3 ‘real’ camping families, the rest (maybe 8-10) of the sites were occupied by little tents all week til the RVs or bigger tents showed up on the holiday weekend. “Phantom campers”.

It made me mad, but, look at it another way. These people went out there and paid for the sites for a full 7 days. The weekend-only folks booked online 6 months prior, and show up and pay for only 2 days.

Neither plan is working too well, though I assume the FCFS site is making more money.

Clearly we need more public camping sites so it’s not such a struggle to camp on weekends.

Jeff
25 days ago
Reply to  wanderer

The campground also lets you reserve sites 40 to 56. Site 41 is campground host site. Site 66,68, and sites 81 through 89 are reservable. I like it when every site was first come first serve. I really do not know what the answer is anymore. I do know this campground brings in the most money for the national forest where I live at. I am glad I go up Sunday mornings because you can get a site. The campground is Boulder lake.