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RE: State Farm Insurance coverage for roof water damage

I would be very surprised if they did. Too easy to claim "poor maintenance". most likely it was "poor maintenance". bumpy Jumping to conclusions. OP didn't say what type of water damage or how it occurred. I don't see much point in asking here-call State Farm and ask. Your policy may differ from others. I don't understand why people just don't go to the source to get accurate information.
Crowe 10/28/20 09:37am General RVing Issues
RE: Daylight savings time !

Really? It’s 1 hour people! That one hour costs me the ability to ride my bike and exercise, do yard work etc. It matters. It seriously matters to people like me who suffer from SAD-Seasonal Affective Disorder. Our new house has lots of oversized windows so I've been pretty good since we moved but SAD is no fun. Yup, one hour less outside to do outside stuff does matter.
Crowe 10/28/20 09:34am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

salad greens
Crowe 10/28/20 07:32am Around the Campfire
RE: Daylight savings time !

Really? It’s 1 hour people! Missing our sense of humor today are we??? :)
Crowe 10/28/20 07:31am Around the Campfire
RE: Whats up in Charleston?

Well I spent some time on the web and the place seems to be half n half. You can go to Ft Sumter for example but not go inside and the visitor center is closed. And other attractions are the same. Looks best to put it off until the panic recedes. Sometimes half of something isn't better than nothing. In all honesty it's probably better to wait the rest of the year out if possible and hope for the best come the first of the year. We were lucky and took some time off in August when things had gotten relatively quiet up here and what we wanted to do was outside, including eating. As far as we're concerned it's a lost year and the best we can do is look forward to next year.
Crowe 10/27/20 05:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Daylight savings time !

Have been seeing that saying for weeks. Couldn't agree more!
Crowe 10/27/20 05:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: Is KM Resorts for real?

Look up their reviews. They aren't good.
Crowe 10/27/20 03:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Jesse Pt 2-coping with the blindness

You could maybe used a ramp instead of stairs for him, especially at night. Luckily our dog is a small dog so we can carry her up and down and just set her on the ground or floor. When outside we always have a leash on, she feels more secure as she knows she's "attached" to us and not alone. Unfortunately the stairs are too long going into the basement and it's just not practical in the garage. He's about 40 lbs at this point so my husband can easily carry him if necessary. I can carry him but not on stairs due to bad knees. Jesse definitely is much more confident when he's on the leash outside-this afternoon's walk actually went better than the past few days. He seemed much more confident. We've seen that before but then it goes backwards for a while.
Crowe 10/27/20 02:10pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Song Post - Part Three

Bad, Bad Leroy Brown - Jim Croce
Crowe 10/27/20 02:05pm Around the Campfire
RE: Jesse Pt 2-coping with the blindness

We've already started doing the new commands as much as possible-at times it works at times it doesn't. We are all learning. The hardest part is when he gets disoriented and goes in circles. He's becoming hard of hearing as well and that's not helping. It's a day at a time right now. On the upside he is sleeping better and that's helping everyone.
Crowe 10/27/20 08:18am RV Pet Stop
Jesse Pt 2-coping with the blindness

Jesse is finally starting to sleep better at night thankfully. Now we just have to figure out how do cope with him being almost completely blind. He isn't too bad when he isn't tired-first thing in the morning he greets me with a wagging tail and is able to find his way across the basement and out the door. He can go up the stairs without much issue as long as he goes slow, but down is a different story due to loss of function in his back legs and compromised depth perception. If he's not tired he can do OK, otherwise he has difficulty. He is now bumping into walls, furniture, etc. unless we are there to guide him. Sometimes he freezes where he is because he can't see where he is going and at other times he walks in a bit of a circle. He's eating fine, lets us know when he needs to go out, doesn't appear to be in any pain and is still a loving snuggle puppy. Any thoughts on helping him adjust? I know the time is coming when we'll have to make the decision no one wants to make but it isn't hear yet. It's very hard to watch so I'm looking for any ideas that may make things easier.
Crowe 10/26/20 07:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: RVers and Pheasant hunting

One of the reasons why I used to hunt was to be away from people. I would find a large group of hunters descending on one spot to be problematic. One of the reasons why I quit hunting was it got too crowded in MA to safely do so.
Crowe 10/26/20 06:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

toilet bowl
Crowe 10/23/20 06:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Etiquette and Courtesy for Tourists & Visitors

Please ask me about my Religion. I would love to tell you about my God. Under most circumstances I would answer truthfully. However, if I don't like the circumstances surrounding the question I just answer "Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster" as straight-faced as I can. That usually shuts them up because they either think I'm flip or crazy. I prefer to think of myself as both.
Crowe 10/23/20 11:41am RV Lifestyle
RE: 2021 trips already being canceled.

Can't say that I'm surprised. With cases increasing and the start date of when people will be vaccinated unsure it stands to reason that some areas will not take the risk. We are slated to go to Alaska in June/21 and I'm starting to have doubts that will happen.
Crowe 10/23/20 11:37am RV Lifestyle
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

pine scent
Crowe 10/22/20 07:33am Around the Campfire
RE: Song Post - Part Three

CHANGE My Way of Living - Allman Brothers Band
Crowe 10/22/20 07:32am Around the Campfire
RE: Etiquette and Courtesy for Tourists & Visitors

Honestly, I suspect it's more about how the questions are asked as opposed to the actual questions. I think that's a big part of it. If you feel you are a part of the Spanish Inquisition you are much more likely to be a little hostile rather than if someone politely asks "why do you wear that?".
Crowe 10/21/20 05:08pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Etiquette and Courtesy for Tourists & Visitors

Please don't mistake curiosity for nosiness. If they are asking these questions it's quite possible they are trying to learn, possibly so they don't commit a faux pas. A polite "I'd rather not answer" should do the trick. That said... 1. Follow the rules. Period. This includes in RV parks. If the rule is no dogs then don't take your dogs, etc. 2. Agree about the parking issue. Have been too many places where rigs are just taking up too much space. 3. Behave. Don't exhibit bad behavior under the guise of "I'm a tourist". 4. Look up the word "respect" in the dictionary and practice it.
Crowe 10/21/20 09:59am RV Lifestyle
RE: The Flag of the United States of America

The other is "You don't love your country" My retort? It's not a question of love but respect. Respect that we can have differing opinions and they are just that-opinions, which are neither right nor wrong.
Crowe 10/21/20 09:53am Around the Campfire
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