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jillie
23 days ago

There is a little known ghost town outside of Zion Natl in Utah. We visited and the homes that are still there. Very ominous.

Lisa Adcox
23 days ago

Some great state parks in all states. My home state has many. TN. One of our favorite is Reelfoot Lake with second being Harrison Bay.

Robert Bower
24 days ago

My answer–balls..eyeballs.

tim palmer
24 days ago

That photo of the old Titanium fiver under the overpass made me wonder if that was just an insurance fraud case.
I can see some legitimate cases of “oh sh**” where maybe you missed by a few inches, but when you are talking about a foot or two and the offending trailer is an old bomber, it makes me think they couldn’t sell so they decided to total it and collect the insurance.

MS_Steve
24 days ago
Reply to  tim palmer

In the year 2020 is seems hard to believe anyone would have a hard time selling an RV of any type. It also seems the market would pay a lot more than most insurance policies would.

tim palmer
23 days ago
Reply to  MS_Steve

Unless of course your rv had water damage. Like a rotted floor or rotted roof. Old TT’s and 5’ers don’t sell for that much.

Mike Schwab
23 days ago
Reply to  tim palmer

You must never have heard of the 11 foot 8 bridge. http://11foot8.com/

Scott Liefeld
24 days ago

The WalMart story was a waste of time since it really had nothing to do with RV’s. It came across to me as an ad for them, not an RV story. Poor delivery on this one guys. You can do better than this.
Cheers all.

tim palmer
24 days ago
Reply to  Scott Liefeld

I was thinking the same thing. I kept reading looking for the bombshell statement that WalMart was banning overnighting or some such thing.

dave
24 days ago

Today’s funny could also be from the 80s and 90s. Who can forget ” 10-4 Good Buddy” on the CB radios

Kern Stump
24 days ago

Thought I got the brain teaser answer Right away. My answer
was “thread”. The bee was a quilting bee and the eye was a needle. Oh well…

Wolfe
24 days ago
Reply to  Kern Stump

I like you. I always get the wrong right answer too.

Sharon W.
24 days ago
Reply to  Kern Stump

I thought quilting bee too; the answer for me was a quilt 🙂

Peter Griffin
22 days ago
Reply to  Kern Stump

I was thinking bee eyeve as in beehive. Beehive being the answer.