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    • Maybe things like this vary by area?  We were out and about with one of ours on Saturday, doing some shopping and grabbing lunch, so I paid attention to how people acted.  Nobody touched him.  A couple asked if it was ok.  Quite a few just commented that he's cute.  One person complained to the management that there was a dog on the patio, and was told that company policy is to welcome dogs.  Just interesting observations.
    • We often get this question, as our dog looks soft and pet-able. If kids are polite enough to ask, I always try to accommodate them to reward them for doing things the right way. But our dog is a rescue and not all that fond of strangers and children, so I have her sit, get down to her level, put my arms around her, and tell the kids not to touch her head, but pet her body.  See how soft she is? I ask. I think it's good for everyone, unless the kids are screaming and overly wild. Then I just say no.
    • For others looking for SmartWeigh locations, in addition to Livingston, there are SmartWeigh locations at the SKP parks in Congress, AZ and Bushnell, FL. https://www.escapees.com/education/smartweigh/
    • Hello everyone, The Military, Veterans, and Gold Star Families Birds Of a Feather (BOF) has members helping at two different Wreaths Across America locations.  They are the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Fernley Nevada and the Michigan Veterans Cemetery in Grand Rapids Michigan.  If you already know you will be in one of those areas and wish to help out, please let the BOF know.  If you wish to volunteer at a different area then please let us know that too.   Best regards, Richard "Doc" Point of Contact for the Military, Veterans, and Gold Star Families BOF Escapees BOF - Military, Veterans, and Gold Star Families Blog
    • Scroll down on the Heavy Hauler Resource Guide to find the wiring diagrams specific to your truck. Some of them are integrated to the gauges, others have dedicated switches under the dash. There will be more than one sensor, one for the primary tank, and one for the secondary. They both trigger the same alarm, so you need to check both systems.
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