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Larry Knopp
3 months ago

I’ve been looking at, and wondering, if anybody has tried the new “airskirts”, and if so, are they the cat’s meow? I paid somebody almost $1000.00 to skirt my 5th wheel for the winter, and it seems like these would work great?????

WEB
3 months ago
Reply to  Larry Knopp

You would have a better chance posing this question on a RV forum (of your choice) where you can have a discussion, here it is more of a one-way comment of yours. Good luck!

Darla VanAlphen
3 months ago

I would like to comment on the article addressing whether or not Snow birds can get vaccinated in FLA. I am a 50 year resident of the state and a lifetime RVer . I was full time for 5 years until I had to take care of my mother in FLA. I am 59 and do not qualify for the vaccine even though I am a bad diabetic. I am willing to wait my turn behind the 25 percent of Fla residents who are 65 and older, but states are allocated a certain number of doses based on population. If you are so worried about getting vaccinated,go to your home state.Just last week they began to check residency as well as citizenship. Everyone will get it eventually,but cutting in line is never fair for those patiently waiting.

Mike G
3 months ago

Re Harold Duncan, the deceased murderer: “Duncan then went to prison where, at 89, he died, likely due to complications related to COVID-19.”
Is there any proof his demise was COVID-19 related? If no proof then this comment only harms the credibility of RVTravel.com and the COVID-19 kill rate.
Aside from this aberration I enjoy your newsletters.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  Mike G

Here’s clarification, Mike: Duncan died from complications from COVID-19 and other preexisting medical conditions. So, he had preexisting medical conditions, then contracted COVID-19, and then died. By my way of thinking, that means he probably died sooner than he would have otherwise, if he hadn’t contracted COVID-19. Semantics. —Diane at RVtravel.com

WEB
3 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

I agree with Mike, your semantics are geared toward “my way of thinking” so no clearer… sorry. More than not, people survive COVID-19 so why is it they were killed by it, EVERY TIME, only because they had it?

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  WEB

Hi, WEB. No matter how you look at it or break it down, as of today there have been 103 million cases of COVID (26.3M in the U.S.), 57.2M recovered, and 2.23M deaths (442,000 in the U.S.). (I guess that means there are 43.57M people still dealing with COVID, and hopefully will recover.) Those are staggering numbers, whether those who died had underlying medical conditions or not. But, of course, that’s just “my way of thinking.” Take care. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Adorable Deplorable
3 months ago

I just love the Wagon and Shasta trailer – fannnntastic!

Steve Trimble
3 months ago

Wish lowes would put a gas island for large gas RV’s. I hear some travel center’s have these never seen one.

Gary
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Trimble

It’s not Top Tier, so I rarely gas up there.

Gary Mayberry
3 months ago
Reply to  Steve Trimble

Do you mean “Loves”?

Colin Flagg
3 months ago

About RV pictured at the end of the newsletter. Watch the Tour de France next July. One like that is the studio for the race announcers. Every year, in early July, 23 day race, they show this 5th wheel being raised. It starts out with nothing in it and goes up quick.