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jillie
11 days ago

I always get depressed when I hear another truck driver involved in another accident because it means that what ever stupid thing a truck driver does means more problems for the class B drivers and that includes school bus drivers. More and more restrictions and rules for those who have to jump thru more hoops. If truck drivers were more responsible then this would not trickle down. Another reason I am leaving a tough but fun job I do in a year. It use to be fun now with all the issues that come down makes it one of the jobs that a lot of people are leaving.

dave
14 days ago

“Is this your RV?” If that’s not overloaded, I don’t know what is !!!

Gray
14 days ago
Reply to  dave

Look at the position of the front and rear tires in relation to the fender openings. They look perfectly normal. There’s no sign of excessive spring sag. The RV does show low ground clearance, but that looks typical for this type of coach.

Ray
14 days ago

My wife and I are planning a vacation in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons the 3rd week of May. We have our campground reservation in Dubois Wy. Our question is has anyone been to Yellowstone in May? Will we encounter snow storms? We know the weather changes in a heart beat so we have a 4 season wardrobe on hand. Any information, tips, etc would much appreciated. Thanks Ray and Joy

Dale
14 days ago
Reply to  Ray

weve been to yellowstone in the past on Memorial day and 4 feet of snow and other times and it’s been super. Cool but great. go prepared.

Tom
14 days ago
Reply to  Ray

Few years age we went to Yellowstone last week of June, it snowed, but didn’t stay very long. As stated be prepared.

MrDisaster
14 days ago
Reply to  Ray

Yellowstone NP is at elevations above 6600 feet. Last May it only snowed a couple of days in West Yellowstone. Many parts of the park will still have a lot of snow. May is the beginning of the birthing season so you should see many babies (especially Bison). Last year they congregated in the Madison Valley just after 7 mile bridge. Be prepared for all weather and enjoy!

Marvin
14 days ago

If you’re going to Bennett Spring State Park in Missouri to practice your trout-fishing skills, don’t be surprised when you hear the twice-daily air-raid siren. That’s how they announce the start and end of each day’s fishing. (Now it’s my ringtone.)

JEB
14 days ago

Getting hit by a tree limb in a forest and dying is tragic. Spouse suing over it is more tragic ,and a lawyer taking the case is abhorrent.

Bill Hunt
14 days ago
Reply to  JEB

Spot on!

Gary Byler
14 days ago
Reply to  JEB

Absolutely, my wife and I volunteered in National Forests and National Parks living full time in our 5th wheel. It amazing what people seem surprised about. Yes, tree’s fall and shed limbs, there are snakes, bears, alligators, you can fall down on trails. Don’t assume it’s going to be like a stroll on a golf course.

Deborah
14 days ago

If more people could be like the restaurant, people may not go hungry.