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RE: Walkie Talkies

We bought two Motorola RDV2020s on eBay. They are not cheap, but the clarity is much better than the cheap two way radios. You have a choice of two channels (if you find that one is full of static or in use). They have quite a range and work well for us. When I am backing up, I place it on the console and just listen. She has the PTT (push to talk) button depressed all of the time, so that she can immediately communicate to me to stop or change direction. It has worked well for us for over 10 years now. Scott
scottandgaye 02/15/22 05:46am Technology Corner
RE: Route from Ft Worth to Estes Park

Are you looking for parks to overnight or are you fine with rest stops, truck stops, Wal-Mart or other parking lots? Palo Duro Canyon is a little bit out of the way and has a steep climb. Woodland Park sets you up to travel up 67 the next day. There are many truck stops and RV parks to overnight in Amarillo. To me, 287 north of Amarillo is some of the most boring stretch of road in the nation, but it will get you there. I totally agree. It is boring road. Just flatland and prairie as you get farther north. But, we have always had good success going that route when heading to Wyoming. We have also taken the I-25 route, where you go to Amarillo, the turn and head over to Raton, NM. I just don't care for that hill coming out of Raton headed north to the Springs. It's steep and fast. My two cents. Scott
scottandgaye 02/11/22 06:39am Roads and Routes
RE: Route from Ft Worth to Estes Park

This is the route we usually take when heading in that direction. Either to Estes Park or heading even farther north. We take 287 to Limon, Co, then continue north to I76 and then west to Highway 34. It bypasses Denver and takes you directly into Estes Park. We don't have any suggestions for campgrounds or sightseeing, but you can Google the route and see what might be of interest. It's an easy drive on relatively good roads. Sorry about having to do it as a link. I haven't quite figured out how to embed pictures here. Scott Route from Ft. Worth to Estes Park
scottandgaye 02/11/22 02:24am Roads and Routes
RE: Windows license scam

This is one of the funniest responses to a telemarketing call I have ever heard. I just wish I was that quick on my feet when they do call...Telemarketer
scottandgaye 10/22/21 03:04pm Technology Corner
RE: MCD Electric Windshield Shade Won't Retract

MCD is located about 5 miles from us in McKinney, TX. I had to take some shades over to be repaired and the guy that helped me was awesome. He did the repair right there at the door entrance, on the floor, so that I could see how they went together. I would strongly recommend you give them a call and ask them. They are helpful and friendly. Their number is (800) 804-1757. Give them a call and ask away. Scott
scottandgaye 07/14/21 03:38am Class A Motorhomes
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