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Dick_B

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Posted: 05/14/20 12:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Unless a miracle happens there will be no vaccine for the Corona Virus when it is time to head south for the winter. It seems to me that the same rules will apply as were in effect the latter part of this year's snowbird season; namely wearing masks and keeping your distance. Who needs that?
I should have posted that the rules will take some of the spontaneity away from the experience.

* This post was edited 05/16/20 11:00am by Dick_B *


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Well, the choice seems to be:

1) Wear masks and keep social distance while trying to live in our FT travel trailer in cold and maybe snow,

or

2) Wear masks and keep social distance while trying to live in our FT travel trailer in relatively warm Florida.

Wife says option #2, and I don't argue.


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You can always stay home.

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Already booked my spot for the 2020/2021 season. Like PawPaw n Gram, I vote for option #2.


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What I am wondering about is all of our Canadian friends.


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“Who needs that? ”

We all NEED face masks and distancing. If the choice was solely between going with masks and distancing or not going, I’d go. Sorry you feel differently.


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Dick_B wrote:

Unless a miracle happens there will be no vaccine for the Corona Virus when it is time to head south for the winter. It seems to me that the same rules will apply as were in effect the latter part of this year's snowbird season; namely wearing masks and keeping your distance. Who needs that?


we are booked in AZ for feb-mar already...as long as the park will be open (pool, etc). January will be on the road to AZ. if the country is still shut down by then, well, we won't have a country to worry about.


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2oldman wrote:

You can always stay home.


Home has wheels on it.

My winterizing method is to move the trailer SOUTH of I-10

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legsnred wrote:

What I am wondering about is all of our Canadian friends.


As it stands now, Canadians cannot get out of country medical insurance. Unless that changes, I doubt you will see many of us. We may have to get reacquainted with Canadian winters.


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