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pg2017 posted a topic in Health Issues and Medical InsuranceI am ready to enroll so I can access some of the supplemental coverage to enhance my ACA plan. But, I've come to a stop as I don't understand what ITG is asking me on a few of these questions. (see attached screenshot) What do they mean by "Date of Hire/Membership" and "Driver/Truck #" and why are they asking for my annual salary? I'm just filling out the form for the $10/mo membership so I can access the enrollment for WellMec and others. Anyone know if there is already a thread on filling this form out properly? Thanks all! Pamela
Recently I've been speaking more and more to strangers and the topic of my plans for our 2 year trip and giving it all up first has been met with similar thoughts about RVing full time for at least some period. I am so happy to be able to explain about Escapees and how much it will help them learn what they need to learn. I encourage those who do not have RVs to come here and learn before they buy. I tell them about this list and what a great help it is with nice and friendly folks. Campers are great people. I tell them how they can learn about tax and other issues. It's nice to point folks here. Just saying. Christine
There are still a few seats left for this HOP. After a fun and eventful Escapade, take a relaxing HOP. Let us do the driving; sit back, relax, and enjoy! Board a luxury motor coach with a local tour guide and enjoy the beautiful view of the mountains, mesas, deserts, and learn about Tombstone’s rich Western heritage. Images of gunfights, miners, saloons, ladies of the night, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and the famous shoot-out at the O.K. Corral are the first thoughts in your mind when you hear about Tombstone, once a booming mining town, now one of the last frontier towns. HOPs are fun and enjoyable when you gather with fellow SKP friends. On this all day excursion, you will enjoy: Mescal tour, an old West town, built as a movie set where many Western movies were shot such as Quick and the Dead, Monte Walsh, The life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, and many more! The famous “shoot-out” at the O.K. Corral The Birdcage Theater Museum, one of Tombstone's famous national landmarks. Legend has it that 26 people were killed in the Bird Cage during the Wild West days. The most historic Western graveyard, Boothill Graveyard, where several legendary folks were buried. Driver and motor coach transportation to all events A local, fun, and knowledgeable tour guide All tours, sites, and entry fees included. Souvenir HOP lanyards Your name badge Your HOP hosts All gratuities And much more. There will be a considerable amount of walking; please bring comfortable walking shoes, binoculars, a hat, sunscreen, and a camera for those breathtaking photo ops. Prices for this HOP $89.00 per person To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department at 888-757-2582. Note: Post-Escapade HOPs After you register for the Escapade, please come to the HOP table, usually located near registration in the Hospitality area, and pick up your HOP welcome packet. This packet will have important information about the HOP that you will need prior to the HOP.
A special shout-out to all my new friends we met at the Plantation. The welcome was very warm and friendly in the true Escapees fashion. We really enjoyed our visit and had a magnificent time. In the process we may have found a new winter home. We must come back when we have more time. Just picked-up a "new" motor home in Jacksonville, Fl and must return to San Antonio for a Dr. Apt. I had fun photographing the Dipsticks taking their annual New Years plunge into the cold water of the swimming pool. Photos can be viewed at www.facebook.com/oneclickgallery