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RE: South Dakota Advice

Honestly I would skip Wall Drug now. It's gotten very commercial and is nothing like it was. It's totally lost it's charm IMHO. Love Bear Country USA if you like that sort of thing. Keystone definitely-it's hokey, kitschy and lots of fun. Been to both Wind Cave and Jewell Cave and also prefer Jewell Cave. Also agree with the Mammoth Digs site. Very interesting. Badlands is worth a visit but can be done in a day trip or an overnight.
Crowe 09/16/19 06:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Food additive

With 2 dogs, after dark, I wear one of those head lamps to find my "targets" (Ben likes to drop-and-waddle, drop-and-waddle, etc). I know I look weird, but *I* am usually the one who steps in a missed target.....ugh. I like the firefly idea! LOL! Jake's a "drop and waddle" dog too! (Love that expression!) And it never fails-I take 5 seconds to try and tear off the poo bag and can't find the first deposit! Until, I take a step that is!
Crowe 09/16/19 07:12am RV Pet Stop
RE: Fall color.

Dry conditions usually equate to duller colors, or at least up here it does. We are seeing color as well but what would be normal for this time of year. Rumor has it we are in for a stellar leaf-peeping season in New England. Hope so!
Crowe 09/16/19 07:07am Around the Campfire
RE: Midnight Sun Festival - Fairbanks

If anyone is ever in Fairbanks, make sure you visit the Fountainhead Antique Auto museum. It's on our list.
Crowe 09/15/19 03:37pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Back to Angel Fire... again

That's awesome!
Crowe 09/14/19 11:04am General RVing Issues
RE: What do you leave behind when gone for the day?

I have seen a sign that says "this site taken". I have also seen the picnic table moved to the parking area as stated above. A few personal items should do the trick.
Crowe 09/14/19 11:03am Beginning RVing
RE: Couple jailed in Iran

This should hold true even when traveling in the US. Ignorance is not a defense.
Crowe 09/14/19 11:01am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

Don't Be Cruel - Elvis
Crowe 09/13/19 07:35am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

rural carrier
Crowe 09/13/19 07:34am Around the Campfire
RE: Quit RVing

Best of luck! Please don't leave the forum, though. Your wealth of experience is very helpful.
Crowe 09/12/19 07:27am RV Lifestyle
RE: Husband/wife Audio of Parking our 44' toy hauler

Personally, I prefer to just do it myself. But then who can you blame if you screw up??? :B
Crowe 09/11/19 06:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fairbanks-June or August/Sept

Take a tour to the Arctic Circle (or the shorter one to the Yukon) That's in the plans-we are looking at Northern Alaska Tour Company and it looks like we will do the Polar Bear Expedition assuming we can handle the cost ($2K/pp) and the boat part doesn't go on open water. Thanks, all! Looks like end of August/early September it is! The Midnight Sun festival isn't enough of a draw for us and the critter babies will still be small enough. Don't mind chilly weather-we roasted this past August when we were in Anchorage and the surrounds. Early September is also when there are the most birds in Creamer's Field (per the refuge people). Since our primary goal is photography, that was also a turning point.
Crowe 09/11/19 06:51pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Food additive

Just go out and walk around in bare feet. You'll find her waste without a flashlight I'm sure! LOL! Absolutely! Or go outside with your shoes/boots with the deepest lug soles which take forever to clean out!
Crowe 09/11/19 03:39pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Teachers

LOL! Kid would deserve a smack but still funny.
Crowe 09/11/19 03:36pm Around the Campfire
Midnight Sun Festival - Fairbanks

Been meaning to post on the above but kept forgetting. Has anyone gone to the Midnight Sun Festival in Fairbanks? I am very interested in going, henceforth my other posts about going to Fairbanks in June or Aug/Sept. Is it worth going to? Thanks!
Crowe 09/11/19 08:13am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: How come?

YOU are making yorself sick. X2. I have friends who travel extensively. Right now they are in Australia. The wife gets sick every vacation. EVERY vacation. She has talked to her doctor and he said it's not uncommon for this to happen. Part of it is stress, which lowers your immune system. Part of it is psychological-the constant thought of "I hope I don't get sick". Easier to say than do but just go with the flow and relax.
Crowe 09/11/19 06:28am RV Lifestyle
RE: Chena Hot Springs

You'll be surprised how many hot springs there are, just check along your route. We stopped in at Liard, and Thermopolis on the last trip. We are flying, not driving, so neither of these will work. However, we do plan on visiting both those areas again in the future so I will keep them in the back of my mind. Thanks!
Crowe 09/10/19 07:22am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Fairbanks-June or August/Sept

Forgot to clarify we will be flying. Many of the tourist-oriented things are closing down for the year around Labor Day. That's actually true throughout Alaska. Maybe that is a sizable concern, maybe not too much of one. Actually it is to some extent. We like to do both nature and tourist attractions.
Crowe 09/10/19 06:19am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Fairbanks-June or August/Sept

I would go later in the year, in June the bugs are brutal. The black flies have landing lights and take on two drums of fuel. Bugs will not keep me away. In reality they aren't any worse than Maine, MA or NH.
Crowe 09/09/19 07:53pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Traveling from Acadia NP to Bangor to White Mnts

Second on Campobello Island. Beautiful place. Second on Schoodic Peninsula as well, including the Schoodic Point campground. The southern Maine beaches (Ogunquit, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport) are very pretty and the towns are very quaint with little shops and restaurants. The White Mountains/Kancamagus Highway area in NH is beautiful. Danforth Bay Campground in Freedom, NH, is a nice place to plunk for a day or two. The Kanc is reachable from there although I think there are campgrounds that are closer. There's a lot of hiking in the national forest there. The north shore of MA (Gloucester, Rockport, Newburyport) is very pretty area as well. Others can recommend places to stay up there. Good Harbor Beach is one of my favorites (Gloucester). Salem, MA, is rich in "witch" history. Then there's good ole Boston which is good for at least a day or two. And it's now apple picking and fair season, the BEST time of year!
Crowe 09/09/19 07:50pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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