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RE: trip to mt rushmore

Lived in Rapid City for 4 years long ago but one thing we learned is the weather changes often and is unpredictable and will change a lot in a day or two. Only month we didn't generally have snow was July. Some things in Sep may be closing up but less crowds when school is in session. We have been back several times and We think Deadwood has become a tourist trap and the gambling has ruined the environment. Boot hill is still worth a visit. Also Crazy Horse has become expensive and touristy but worth a visit, best view is from the road. Lots of great scenery in the park and things to do, even a cave tour nearby.
rbtglove 09/08/20 08:35am Roads and Routes
RE: Seen a Good Movie Lately?

If you like dogs - "Red Dog" is a really good movie about a loyal Dogs journey trying to find his master in Australia.
rbtglove 09/01/20 01:52pm Around the Campfire
RE: You can't make me

Use my turn single
rbtglove 08/11/20 02:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: Oregon Coast in September

After school starts you should be able to get into the better state parks. The best way to see the coast is from the north to south since most of scenic site our on the ocean side. Astoria is a nice little town with an interesting tower and close to Ft Clatsop and the Lewis and Clark exhibits very interesting. many like the Tillamook Cheese tour and some good food. Also an Air Museum not far off the coast. Sometimes the traffic is bad but lots o little towns like Seaside are interesting stops.
rbtglove 07/30/20 02:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Neighbors Wouldn’t Help

You are a very good person to help your friend. Most locations have pickup service for veterans that are free and can accommodate veterans with disabilities. I can still drive and use our base hospital so I have never used the service but I have a friend that does.
rbtglove 07/07/20 02:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Deer Creek State Park, Ohio

May be be thinking of a different Park but we went up to fish and were going to tent camp but that park didn't allow camping. Good fishing. There was a private campground not far away.
rbtglove 06/11/20 02:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: PORTLAND OR en route to South Dakota, and back

my wife and I are from the Portland area and lived in Rapid City for four years. We have been back many times. We almost always used I84 to I80. We have done that trip in two days but generally with an RV took three. The Black Hills have changed over the years and has become very commercialized. Lots of touristy stuff now but still an amazing place. Deadwood was ruined by the casinos but Boot Hill is still the same. Crazy Horse is taking shape but expensive to visit. We generally stay at the Ellsworth AFB Fam Camp but there are lots of campgrounds to chose from in all price ranges. If we can't get in we use The Rapid City KOA. Close to stores and eating places. As mentioned the Sturgis Bike rally is in early August and the whole place area turns into a big parking lot. The Badlands and Wall Drug are worth a visit but in the park are more natural things to see and do. Also a cave tour close by. You won't have any problem using your time.
rbtglove 06/03/20 02:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camp grounds Knoxville TN

We have stayed at Cove Lake Park at exit 134 has some full service and some pull ins, right on a lake. decent place nice hiking and scenic. About 45mins into Konx. Close to the Museum of Appalacahia and Oak ridge.
rbtglove 05/27/20 02:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking for trout in Tennessee

We used to fish below the Dam regularly and the trout were nice size. The key is when it was stocked and how much water is let out of the dam. Used salmon eggs. There are two campgrounds not to far from the Dam but we have never used them since we have a cabin nearby.
rbtglove 04/26/20 08:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: hand sanitizer scarcity

Our local Target store had a lot of hand sanitizer for sale yesterday for $1.47.
rbtglove 03/11/20 08:32am Around the Campfire
RE: The Trinity Site

Was stationed at The AF base in the early 60s and had a Range Pass and a blue vehicle. Visited ground 0 several times and picked up trinitite off the ground. The shallow depression was coated with it. The huge metal tube that was supposed to capture the uranium if the nuclear explosion did not work was still there but they never figured out how to get it to the top of the tower so it was not used. We had to wear radiation badges when we were on the range. Was back a few years ago and took the tour but the site is a lot different now. The other interesting place on the range was the Victoria Peak gold but that's another story we never saw any evidence of it. Visit the Museum in Alamogordo lots of interesting stuff to see.
rbtglove 01/17/20 09:01am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Apple tree harvesting / Deer in my yard

We have two apple trees in our yard and frequently have deer come in and eat the fruit. One morning we looked out and there were three coyotes eating the apples on the ground. I found out this is not uncommon.
rbtglove 01/04/20 08:59am Around the Campfire
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