I have been cooped up in the house long enough.I want to get out and do something. It’s getting closer to RV season. With the rising cost of diesel fuel, I’m not sure how much we can do this summer. Also dealing with a dog that has cancer. May be the last year for him .time for some fresh air and the smell of the grill! cooking, hamburgers, hotdogs, or steak.
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Even if you go a mile, getting out in the rv has a quality all of its own. Not a function of how far you go, but rather the enjoyment wherever you decide to stay. Feel for your situation with man’s best friend, but suspect he enjoys the outing as well. Safe travels.
I, too, am getting the itch to get out. Won't go far...maybe Delaware SP or over to the KOA at Buckeye Lake (good place to flush out the AF). There's nothing like the taste of that 1st hot dog or hamburger grilled over a wood fire & a nice cold beer to go with. Now if the weather would just cooperate
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I completely agree with the desire to get out there., Busy season this summer with several long distance trips. It all starts next week with a shake down trip a couple hours down the road quickly followed with a visit to Freightliner for annual maintenance and continuing to Fl.
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I completely agree with the need to get out on the road. As was suggested, even if it is a mile away. I would also think that your pup, while fighting cancer might like the fresh air as well - comfort therapy.
A burger taste better when at a campground or RV park.
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