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enblethen

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Posted: 04/04/20 02:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

In WA, you can shelter in place. That includes your RV.


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ppine wrote:

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there.


Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely.

I will chevman


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For traveling, Wa. is wide open. Gas stations and anyplace that sells groceries are open as well as most restaurants (for take-out).
Washington only looks bad on paper because a nursing home was hammered with the virus.
Per our governer, NOBODY is to be stopped to ask where they are going and travel is left up to the people to decide need.


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Mesquite, NV, I-15. Walmart, Smiths grocery open. Flying J, west exit is a good stop, overnight parking, restrooms, showers and liquor store open. Solstice Motorcoach Resort, easy off the interstate, is open (We’re there now). In fact, several Canada motor homes are here in transit.

I recommend Flying J or Pilot through UT. We found closed restrooms at a Phillips 66 c-store in Springville.


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The place yo might need to be armed is a truck stop or Walmart, not a couple of miles off the road.

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larry barnhart wrote:

ppine wrote:

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there.


Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely.

I will chevman


Hey Larry, it sounds like I better follow you guys.Lol
When are you heading home?


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hotjag1 wrote:

larry barnhart wrote:

ppine wrote:

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there.


Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely.

I will chevman


Hey Larry, it sounds like I better follow you guys.Lol
When are you heading home?


Not until my wife can walk. probably not until may. In rehab dealing with a badly broken leg. Can you wait?? chevman

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The WA trouble zone is King and surrounding counties. Rural areas are lightly touched. So avoiding I-5 might be wise, unless you run into panicking locals.


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larry barnhart wrote:

hotjag1 wrote:

larry barnhart wrote:

ppine wrote:

People do not seem to understand the amount of public land in CA, NV and OR. There is no need to stop at a closed campground or truck stop. PUll over on public land, get a couple miles off the highway and sleep there.


Better have a gun Nevada can be lonely.

I will chevman


Hey Larry, it sounds like I better follow you guys.Lol
When are you heading home?


Not until my wife can walk. probably not until may. In rehab dealing with a badly broken leg. Can you wait?? chevman


Sorry to hear about your wife's leg. Hope she recovers soon. We plan on being in Wenatchee on May 4th, which is our governors quarantine cutoff. No doubt that date will change though.

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RickLight wrote:

The WA trouble zone is King and surrounding counties. Rural areas are lightly touched. So avoiding I-5 might be wise, unless you run into panicking locals.


There's no panicking in the Puget Sound. Yes things are pretty quiet. Look at WSDOT traffic and web cams to see for yourself. The latest I read, the state is sending some ventilators to NY because the immediate need isn't as high as anticipated. The governor is concerned that the rest of the state isn't taking the social-distancing as seriously. Maintaining distancing at popular parks and trails is also a concern; all fishing access was closed down a couple of weeks ago because of crowds.

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