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Here are some links that might be of interest to Rv'ers:

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Thanks for the links Fred. I just found out what an "RV" was on FOX and Friends early Sunday morning. I'd heard of them but didn't know what people were talking about. The one they showed on FOX and Friends was pretty fancy. Nice place, and nice way to travel. They were explaining how it's really pretty economical too, since you save on hotel bills and plane fare, etc.

I think I'd better concentrate on keeping my health and fixing up my house, though. Nothing wrong with having an RV if you can afford it. Very, very nice. What won't they think of next?

:dunno:

It's hard for a guy who's still trying to get hip to the answering machine to comprehend all this stuff that's been developed over the past couple of decades.

I know about John Madden's bus though. A guy in my neighborhood has a bus like that. The bus goes away sometimes for six months to a year but always returns. Sometimes goes back out in a couple weeks, sometimes sticks around for a few months.

Probably some celebrity.

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Another use for your RV

I just got a fully self-contained RV myself. Besides traveling, RVs have a use as a "lifeboat" in the event of a natural disaster knocking out utilities for a while. Many of the folks in the San Fernando Valley were able to live at home instead of a shelter because of their RV after the Northridge Earthquake of '94. Although a good set of camping gear would get you through the first day or two of a disaster, an RV allows you to stay for an extended period in reasonable comfort and most importantly sanitation. If it is just a power outage, a fully equipped RV could be used as a back-up generator. I have figured out that I could park mine next to the house and run extension cords directly from the refrigerator and freezer to the RV and keep food from spoiling. It would also allow one to "evacuate" while maintaining some independance. I can't imagine how awful it would be to be stuck in a "shelter" after some disaster. Hopefully, most of us will never have to find out how well we can survive a major event.
 

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Wow, talk about versatility!!! These RV's sound better and better by the minute. If Rockford had an RV, he could have used that to go all over the place catching those crooks, instead of using that sports car. That way he'd never have been out of touch with his answering machine. Watching Rockford was among the first of my answering machine experiences. :D
 
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