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  1. https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2021/04/your-national-park-vacation-has-gotten-more-expensive
  2. Here's the link to Escapees Jojoba Hills Co-op: https://jojobahills.com/cms/about/frequently-asked-questions/
  3. Here's the link: https://campskp.net/
  4. It states the fourth 'BATCH'. The checks were sent out in batches from the last stimulus. This doesn't mean an altogether new stimulus. "The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Department of the Treasury, and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service recently announced they are disbursing more than 25 million payments in the fourth batch of Economic Impact Payments from the American Rescue Plan.
  5. We've been to both rims in October. Very nice weather.
  6. It probably wouldn't affect WalMart unless local law prevents it. Here is their stance: "While we do not offer electrical service or accommodations typically necessary for RV customers, Walmart values RV travelers and considers them among our best customers. Consequently, we do permit RV parking on our store parking lots as we are able. Permission to park is extended by individual store managers, based on availability of parking space and local laws. Please contact management in each store to ensure accommodations before parking your RV".
  7. I'd never let any RV be supported solely by the jacks.... had a friend die when the RV fell on him! It's not a big deal to take the RV in to get tires replaced.
  8. Your planned alternate route on 145 will be just fine for you. Although there is still elevation changes and you will still be in the 'big' mountains, there aren't the big drop-offs right next to the driving lane like you'd have on 550. There will be a lot of forest terrain which will make you seem more 'closed in' and not wide open with drop-offs. The summer road work on Hwy 50 east out of Montrose will not close the highway completely all the time. Read up on the time which would be good for travel if you want to do something along that route. We've driven Hwy 550 often in both
  9. Naturally, I don't know what the new 'franchise' system entails but previously there was talk of RVers getting together to buy a RV park on their own. You'd have to have some big bucks to do this nowadays! https://tucson.com/business/tucson-real-estate-popular-rv-park-sells-to-phoenix-investors/article_c592d2aa-9ba6-11eb-86f9-9bc2d4631675.html
  10. I also like cats. I was just thinking of when we lived in a house and cats would come over the fence and dig in my flowers and garden to bury the poop. They also sat in a nearby tree to the bird water and pounced on the birds; sometimes grabbing them. Again, I like cats and enjoy being around them when visiting friends - inside.
  11. Do you pick up after it as dog owners need to?
  12. Is this tour what you're looking for? https://horseshoebendtours.com/ Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon is also known as Secret Canyon. Horseshoe Bend Overlook is completely different. The Overlook you can easily do on your own. Parking is at Hwy 89 and then it's a short walk to the Overlook (no sand). These may also help you: ... an excellent guide to Monument Valley and the surrounding area: https://capturetheatlas.com/visit-monument-valley/ https://capturetheatlas.com/visit-horseshoe-bend-page/ Keep in mind that the tour information probably isn't current.
  13. You do beautiful photography wherever you go! Enjoy looking at them.
  14. I still think calling customer service is the best way. Paper 'tends' to get lost. We recently got an issue solved fast and easy by calling.
  15. Why do you want her out? It seems it prefers to be in! Even though you found it outside she may have been an inside kitten. There's nothing wrong with an inside cat.... they tend to be healthier.
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