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RE: Natchez trace

DW and I drove the parkway a free years ago. One of our best experiences was at Grand Gulf Military Monument Park. It has good campground and a great museum. We will definitely go there again if we are back in the area We enjoyed our trip very much. We should have given ourselves more time. it took us 4 driving days but 10 days total because we stayed 2 or 3 nights at the campgrounds that we started at.
junmy3 09/05/20 06:21pm Roads and Routes
RE: Private property parking

Try boondockerswelcome.com. I know you have to pay if you use it to find a place to stay but not sure if you are offering a place to stay.
junmy3 08/09/20 12:27pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Leaving dog at campsite

I have found that many dogs do bark when left alone. One time in Ohio there were two dogs, one on both sides of us that barked for hours while their owners were gone. I finally went to the office and complained. The owners were at one of the campers before I could walk back and luckily one of the dogs owners just got back. They were told they could not leave the dog unattended. They said their dog does not bark, but the CG owners had heard it barking. The people wanted to leave again without the dog but we're told that was not an option. Another time in Alaska a dog barked for hours and hours. Most dog owners may not believe it but there are times that their dogs do bark when left alone. That is why we do not have a dog. It is not fair to the dog nor to the other campers left to hear the barking. Just my humble opinion.
junmy3 07/26/20 07:03pm Beginning RVing
RE: Paid Caravans to Alaska Worth it?

We have some friends that took a caravan to Alaska and enjoyed it. A couple years later they went back on their own. DW and I went to Alaska the year I retired in 2012. The whole trip was 114 days and the cost was just about $10,000. Gas was the biggest expense, but the price of gas is lower than when we went. We still keep in touch with a few of the folks we met on the trip. For us the cost of going with a caravan is not worth it, but we know there are people that enjoy going with others. Have fun whatever you decide.
junmy3 07/07/20 02:12pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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