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Kenneth Andrews
1 month ago

Diesel Emissions in California
Tell all Truckers to boycott California
let em eat what they grow, make what they need, or do with out!
My 2 cents

Tom
1 month ago

Mystery product of the day is not a mystery to any of us veteran 😊

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

It’s not a mystery to kids of veterans either, Tom. My dad was in WWII. I have his old shovel, but I think he actually bought it after the fact at an Army & Navy surplus store. Handy for camping/hiking. Have a great day! 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Rick
1 month ago

Have a complaint. On your brain teasers you make us wait until the next day to get the answers. THEN. the next day you make us scroll and scroll down to hunt for the answer. WHY? Do one or the other but not both! If your going to withhold the answer for a day then just post it with the teaser the next day.

Matt
1 month ago
Reply to  Rick

It wouldn’t be a teaser if they didn’t make you wait

Linda
1 month ago
Reply to  Rick

I totally agree, YES, post the answer with the teaser on the Sunday edition! I HATE having to hunt for the answer!

lisa k maas
1 month ago

Your newsletter is quite inspirational except for the articles on the vaccine. I feel it is driving fear. There are some of us who either cannot take the vaccine or chosen not to. It is also said herd immunity will take place by May as well. Those that have had this flu-type virus do not require a vaccine and could even be dangerous to do so since the body has the antibodies already and can cause serious challenges. Pushing a narrative requiring parks and camping areas to require a vaccine card to camp is not good business and not a narrative most wish to hear. I am not sure this is even legal telling people what they can and can not put into their bodies. And I say this not as an opinion yet as medical fact. (Dr.Hoomanmoor Chasahm, retired physician, immunologist, Penn State and Harvard grad, exceptionally educated man on this subject and has been interviewed on Fox Nation. With incredible detail, facts and lay person ability to relate the science, worth watching for education)

Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  lisa k maas

Try doing a search on this DR name. EnosIs.

Kate
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

I just did and did not find this dr. in Google

Michael
1 month ago

What do eggs and a baby chicken have to do with the real meaning of Easter?
Easter is the day that our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, rose from the grave.

Jim
1 month ago
Reply to  Michael

thank GOD your not in charge of anything

Rick
1 month ago
Reply to  Michael

Amen Michael!

WEB
1 month ago
Reply to  Michael

Easter was around before the “Christians” borrowed it. Ancient pagans had gods that died and were then reborn during the spring equinox. The word Easter might have derived from a springtime Anglo-Saxon fertility goddess called Eastre (known as Eostre, in German and in Norse as Ostara), whose symbolism included the hare, the moon and eggs.
The images of Easter include two of the most ancient and universal symbols of birth, nature, fertility, life and rebirth: the egg and the rabbit.
So yer not that special.

Tim.kyfl
1 month ago

Regarding the battery tester, what’s wrong with a multimeter? Mine seems to always be at hand.

Dan
1 month ago

Are you trying to kill me? If I keep reading your Recipe of The Day and Trending Recipes articles I wont be able to fit through the door in our RV. You’re putting at the limits of my will power. Arghh!