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Old 08-21-2019, 05:13 PM   #1
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That is an excellent plan thanks for sharing
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See another reason to carry a bathroom around with you when you travel. I spent 4 hours in a standstill traffic jam on I-10 in Tallahassee, Florida a few years ago driving my current coach home to Louisiana from buying it near Orlando. It certainly was nice to be able to crank up the generator, cook lunch, prop my feet up, watch local TV for news on the traffic jam, etc. All while being no more than 10 seconds from the drivers seat.
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See another reason to carry a bathroom around with you when you travel. I spent 4 hours in a standstill traffic jam on I-10 in Tallahassee, Florida a few years ago driving my current coach home to Louisiana from buying it near Orlando. It certainly was nice to be able to crank up the generator, cook lunch, prop my feet up, watch local TV for news on the traffic jam, etc. All while being no more than 10 seconds from the drivers seat.
Been there,done that, more than once.
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No, but in that traffic jam outside Tallahassee I did see lots of people taking walks over to visit the pine trees, I also have to wonder if the temporary license plate on the back of the coach might have been a factor. I got out and walked around a few times myself, checked the tires, visited with the 18 wheeler driver next to me on the right, it is really strange to walk around on an interstate highway with 3 lanes of traffic that is just stopped long after everyone had given up hope of moving anytime soon (someone flipped a travel trailer and blocked all westbound lanes less than a mile ahead). Hundreds of people just out wondering around on the road, sitting the their car doors open, etc.
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Anyone ever knock on your door, asking to use your throne?
Yes, we had a 5er back then. We were stopped for nearly 3 hrs on a Nevada state highway, a flash flood had washed out the highway and it was being rebuilt enough with rock to re-open. Now there are very few trees in parts of Nevada, a young couple approached our dually and asked if his wife could use our restroom, she looked to be about 8 months pregnant. DW said yes and took her into our 5er and showed her how to use the commode pedal.
That was the single incident we had in 25 years where we consented.
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A few years ago stopped on I-79. Asked the trucker next to me why ~ a trailer dumped heavy equipment, trooper called for a crane ~~ eta 60 - 90 minutes.
Invited him over for ham sandwiches. He said hold on, called his buddy on the radio. He brought cheese as he was in Wisconsin. His buddy and another that heard the radio call showed up. I made toasted ham & cheese, tomato soup (plus a can of ravioli), and a pot of coffee. We ate, cleaned up, closed up, talked for 20 minutes until traffic moved again. Had opened the dining slide and turned on the AC. Best time ever stopped in traffic.
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I saw the subject line then who posted it and thought that yeah, based on your posts, you are nice folks.

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