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A place to chat with people who travel with friends who aren’t human.

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  1. RVing with a new puppy?

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  2. Rose Parade

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  3. Can I Pet Your Dog (s)? 1 2

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  4. Parrots in RV's 1 2

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  5. E collars?

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  6. Horrible Pet Carrier!

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  7. Allie has gone

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  8. New CG Pet Rules 1 2 3

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  10. Dogs belong on a leash. 1 2 3 4

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  11. Vet in Casa Grande

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  12. A sad memorial

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  13. Clean Up That DoDo 1 2

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    • I never thought about it before, but the biggest amperage draw on the whole truck has no fuse/relay.......the starter.
    • B, See discussion here.      
    • Hi Rick, I like your thinking about a seminar on doing a binder. I have a binder myself, but I have always wonder if it needs improvement.  2X on a short seminar on binders. Al
    • I did not specify 'full hook ups'...my use of the term 'sewer' could have been more properly stated, 'dump station at most locations' but I was keeping it brief and trying to get the point across that you don't have to spend $600 a month in New Mexico for a place to stay in your RV. I also mentioned showers, but did you assume that I meant there would be a shower house at each and every site? Normally there is a shower building in a central location in the campground, and somewhere near the exit there is often a dump station...and since you will most likely be moving from campground to campground anyway, using a dumpstation approximately every 10 days to 2 weeks seems reasonable and normal to me.  In addition to whatever services and facilities are at (or near) your 'camping' spot, you can often plug in to electricity for the $4. Most of these locations often do have non-reserved slots open, but I agree, the more popular spots fill up quickly. For a full time retiree, this is usually not a problem...you simply relocate on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, and avoid the popular spots on holiday weekends.  Still, the main point is, that a person with an RV can spend a lot less money than $600 a month to enjoy some time in New Mexico.      
    • Thanks rick, shorty, I remember hearing just didn’t know if it was the whole 70 page South Dakota rules of the road or not. Was hoping not. 
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