Reggie faces a big test!

Wednesday, November 23

Reggie and I arrive at Carl’s Auto Repair bright and early for the brake job on the Perfect Tow Vehicle.

“Today is a big test for you, Reg.  I never had to worry about taking Spike or Bridget into a waiting room.  I expect you’ll be a good boy . . . . ”

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We go inside the office to let the woman at the desk know that we are here.  From what I overheard in the office yesterday, she is the wife of Carl.

I ask her if she knows whether the brake system needs to be flushed. 

“Oh, no, it doesn’t need it.  We gave your van a 100-point inspection.  The brake fluid is clear.”

p1150152“What is a 100-point inspection?” I ask.  “Is there a list on the internet I could see?  I’m just curious to know.”

“Well, there’s the standard 45-point inspection that you could find.  We call ours the 100-point inspection because we check every nut and bolt.”

I hand her my purse again to keep behind the counter and Reg and I go for a walk.

It’s going to be a long wait for the brakes.

We stroll along for a couple of miles, zig-zagging through neighborhoods landscaped with palms, yuccas, and oleander bushes.  I’m motivated to extend our walk in an effort to postpone being subjected to the television in the waiting room.

Surely Reggie will fall asleep in my arms after all this walking . . . .

Not so!

Two red-haired boys (the owners’ grandchildren are here for the morning) quickly become best buddies with Reggie, much to his delight and theirs.  The boys roll on the floor giggling in mock protest as Reggie attacks, climbing all over them, licking their necks and faces.

A customer, a really big man, arrives, sits down, and Reggie dances over to him.  Soon Reggie is in the man’s lap receiving head scratches and body rubs.  The customer leaves; Reggie plays with the boys.  Rinse and repeat.  All morning long.

No one watches television when the Reggie Man is around!

Eventually the little guy shows signs of fatigue.  The boys have left.  Time slows.

As you can see in the next photo, Reggie gives me that sad look that says, “I wanna’ get in my bed and take a nap.  Now.”

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The bill for the brakes matches the estimate.

Yay!  (See previous post for details.)

p1150153When Carl returns from taking the PTV on a test drive, I pop Reggie inside and we head straight for McDonald’s.

I have a lunch available at home, but I can’t wait that long!  Breakfast was at six and it’s afternoon now.  We eat our lunch at the park around the corner, and then we zip over to the library where I exchange DVDs for new ones.

After that, we return to Carl’s Auto Repair for propane.  I was too hungry earlier to wait for a tank to be filled!

On the way out of town, we pass Lin’s Grocery.

The store will be open in the morning.  I’ll buy something for Thanksgiving dinner then.  Treat myself to apple pie . . . . Gee, everything is working out fine for us . . . . It’s another beautiful day . . .

I glance down at Reggie curled up in his bed next to me as I drive through the badlands toward Poverty Flats.

Aww, Reg is asleep. “You passed the test, sweetheart.  You’re such a good boy.” 

Thursday, November 24

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“Happy Thanksgiving from Reggie and me!”

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114 Responses to Reggie faces a big test!

  1. Deb D says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie !

  2. Diane J says:

    First?

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  3. Glad you got your brakes fixed and you n’ the Reggometer had a great time at the shop,,, have a great weekend and stay safe and give Reggieman a huge hug from us,,, Happy Thanksgiving Sue,,,,,, Rusty n Piper

  4. Renee Galligher from Idaho says:

    Happy Thanksgiving and top ten, this time!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving Sue! Hugs to both you and the Reg man. I knew he would pass his waiting room visit! Such a little sweetie!

  6. Glinda says:

    Morning!
    Happy Thanksgining! 🦃

  7. Barb from Hoquiam says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Sue and Reggie!
    I am thankful for your blog that let’s me wander from my desk and daydream.
    Thank you.
    Hugs from Hoquiam,
    Barb

  8. Dave in missouri says:

    First?

  9. MollyLuvsRoadtrippin (WA) says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  10. Sandy Riley Lancaster, PA says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you both. Reggie is such cutie, he deserves all the attention anyone want to give. Have a blessed day.

    • Sandy Riley Lancaster, PA says:

      I speak better than this message came out….sometimes I’m in too much of a hurry.

  11. Alice Windle says:

    Happy Thanksgiving !! Love the little pup, they do have a way don’t they?

  12. FloridaScott says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Sue & Reggie!

  13. weather says:

    All those that had to spend time in that waiting room likely expected only the television for entertainment, too. They must have been grateful that instead they had Reggie’s funny and sweet company. What a nice Thanksgiving eve gift for them, and now for our holiday, too, thanks, Sue! I’ll be back “here” later, I’m off to share a meal with my three closest antique store friends. I hope you and all the blogorinos are enjoying whatever blessings you’ve been given to make this a HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY

    • Elizabeth in WA says:

      So glad you get to spend time with 3 very good friends…what a fun day!! So happy for you Weather!! Just us 2 here today…daughter will come tomorrow if the toddler is ok by then…sickness been going around at their house. Meanwhile, I have been experimenting a bit more and feeling happy with how my gluten free pie has turned out!!

      • weather says:

        Hi, Elizabeth, I always enjoy picturing you baking…Thanks for the note 🙂 I’m glad you’re happy with how your pie turned out. Gosh, how richly blessed are we?!! -You to have hubby at the table and me to have my friends, AND we both had not only a meal but dessert, too, sweet! One friend made dairy free brownies, anything chocolate is a huge treat to me!

        Try not to catch whatever made your grandchild sick, poor baby, I hope today everyone in your family is feeling well enough to enjoy where they are and who they’re with.

        • Elizabeth in WA says:

          Ah Weather, thanks so much!! We did not see anyone but our daughter…but that is ok…we see the children most every week…sometimes several days in a week if need be. Daughter brought over her dog who loves us and he was SO happy to be here!! Dogs are nice joy bringers. Today held one of the worst events we have had happen to us in life. As far as friends go…well, we THOUGHT she was a friend…heh, no way no how…and we probably have done more to help her than any other non-kin in our lives!! Gratitude? Heh…not hardly. Too bad…we believe what Scripture says…and Prov. 17:14 does not promise good tidings. We feel sorry for her. Kind of shell shocked we are…and announced before someone else too. People are so difficult. Well, hubby wants to go look at some trucks this week (that can pull rigs)…never hurts to look…we are getting more ready to be hermits I think.

        • weather says:

          It’s far more painful to have such a problem with a friend than with someone we haven’t shared closeness with, I’m so sorry you’re going through that, Elizabeth. “…the beginning of strife…” IS awful, and “…to leave off contention…” rather than escalate that strife IS wise. I’m glad you and hubby have each other to believe together as you seek the right answers for the moment and future alternatives. I pray that the “joy bringers”, love and peace in your life soon far outnumber and outweigh anything else.

          • Elizabeth in WA says:

            So grateful for you and others, Weather…and your wise words. The GOD of all comfort surrounds us in a tangible way. We are blessed even so…a bit shell shocked, but blessed!! Thankful!!

  14. eliza says:

    happy thanksgiving, Sue and Reggie!

  15. Pauline in Mississippi says:

    Love this story. Reggie is such a cutie.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you, My Dear Sister and to all the bloggerinos . So much to be thankful for!!!!

    Sending Big Hugs and Lots of Love.

  16. Marilyn in Dania Beach says:

    Such a nice greeting this Thanksgiving morning. I am so thankful for all the journals I read. One receives an education from them.

    Sue, enjoy your day with Reggie. He may be tired from his morning in the car repair shop lounge. I always disliked just sitting there waiting for the car to be finished.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all the blogarinos, Sue and Reggie Man.

  17. Nora now in Dauphin Island Alabama says:

    And a wonderful Thanksgiving to you!

  18. JOAN LATELL ROBERTS says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and the Reginator Sue.

  19. Jeff Billingsley says:

    Sue, Reggieman sure is a sweetie. We wish you a great Thanksgiving. Jeff, Rut, and Dubbie, Farmington, Nm.

  20. Rover Ronda (WA) says:

    Happy Thanksgiving 🍗
    Sue, Reggie and y’all are on my list of things I’m thankful for ❤️

  21. Geri says:

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you and Reggie! What a little entertainer he is! He matched the energy of the two red haired boys! I bet they went home all ready for a nap too!
    We are sitting here with out late breakfast watching the parade! Always fun!
    Enjoy your pie! We love y’all!
    Happy Thanksgiving to all our BLOGERINO friends too!

  22. Fran says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  23. Linda Hughes - NC says:

    Happy Thanksgiving To Sue and sweet, cute Reggie Man, have a blessed day!

  24. Joyce sutton says:

    I can’t possible be first. There are no comments and posted yesterday. No way. What’s wrong with my puter

    • Joyce sutton says:

      Oh there you are. I was getting lonely There aren’t really many though. Everyone must be occupied with thanksgiving.

  25. Lynn Hoyt says:

    Dear Sue,
    My name is Lynn and my very good friend Velda made me aware of your blog. Apparently you live in GV just a couple streets over from us. Would love to meet you. Ours is the house on Santa Maria that is very decked out at Christmas, you can’t miss us.
    Reggie is adorable! Happy Thanksgiving.

    Lynn –I removed your email address to eliminate the possibility of you receiving spam emails. Reg and I don’t live in GV. Thanks for the thanksgiving greeting and welcome to my blog! I’m happy you’ve joined us! — Sue

  26. Cinandjules (da zone) says:

    Sounds like you both had a great day!
    Happy Thanksgiving!

    • DesertGinger temporarily in Upstate NY says:

      Hey Cindy how are you liking da zone?

      • Cinandjules (da zone) says:

        Hey DeGin,
        Da zone is great! Everything is closeby even though we are on the edge of town. A bit cold, heh heh, here now…perhaps we’ve already acclimated to the heat!

        Stay warm in upstate!

  27. ValGal (westernWA) says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue and Reg! Have a great one!

  28. Joe Baker says:

    Happy thanksgiving Sue,love reading your blog.

  29. BoxinTheCompass says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to all!

  30. jenny Johnson says:

    Furst — am i first??? Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie and all th Blogorinos–

  31. Happy Thanksgiving Reggie man and Sue! So glad all worked out so good

  32. Sharon in MO says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, RV Sue and Reggie!

  33. Peggy says:

    Happy thanksgiving!

  34. Deena in Phoenix, AZ says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie.

    Deena and Miss Mollie

  35. Norman in San Diego says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone

  36. Cynthia from San Clemente says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie and to all your blogorinos. I hope everyone has a blessed, peaceful day!

  37. Judy in East Texas says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and The Reg.

    Stay safe out there and rock on my friend. Judy

  38. Rochelle in IN says:

    What a wonderful post -it left me smiling. Reggie has such a huge personality wrapped up in an extremely cute little package! I am enjoying a break from our cooking – my hubby, Joe, is our “chef”, and I am head of the cleanup crew – just how we like it. Our eldest granddaughter will be here soon for a couple of hours – looking forward to that. I’m sending you happy thoughts and best wishes for a perfectly wonderful Thanksgiving for both you and Reggie!

  39. chas anderson says:

    Happy Thanksgiving all. I would never take Eddie to a waiting room.Reggie is a good boy.

  40. Ladybug in Mid-Tenn says:

    Top 50?

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue and Reggie and blogarinos!

    Pumpkin pies are cooling, turkey breast in oven, pea casserole going in when turkey comes out, creamed spinach, mashed taters and dressing left to go.

  41. Teri Live Oak Fl says:

    Happy Thanksgiving from Florida

  42. Eileen Gerrish says:

    Happy Thanksgiving 🦃
    Safe travels.

  43. Reggie is a popular fellow and justly so. Glad he entertained everyone and they him. I’m wondering how you got to use the library at a temporary stay. That’s my biggest problem with full timing. All the libraries I have asked about borrowing things tell me I have to have an address for more than 2 weeks or a month. Hope you’ve got a trick.

    • Kat and Cookie Dog in NYState says:

      I was wondering the exact same thing. How do you get libraries out west to let you borrow things when you don’t have a local address there? Or are you in the state your vehicles are registered in and have your main mailing address there?

    • Elizabeth in WA says:

      Suppose she can show them she is a retired teacher?? Wondering same thing you are…

      • Lisa in San Diego says:

        per the comments on this entry …
        http://rvsueandcrew.net/life-on-the-mesa/#comments

        “About the library card… When asked for an address I gave my South Dakota mail forwarding address. She asked if I have a local address. I told her no and she quickly replied “That’s okay.” I’m sure they are used to snowbirds coming in for cards.”

    • DesertGinger says:

      Oh my god! Flagler Beach is my favorite town in Florida! How lucky are you?

  44. Reggie made everybody’s day better 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving

  45. Happy Thanksgiving, Sue and Reggie!

  46. Brenda in Texas says:

    Happy Thanksgiving !

  47. Jay says:

    Glad that you didn’t need the extra parts and Reggie was a good boy.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie !

  48. Karen LeMoine says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to all! May we be truly grateful for all the blessings in our lives. Be safe and happy journeys to all who are traveling. Reggie you and your Mom are a blessing to me! Hugs.9

  49. Pam and Maya, Still in NY says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue, Reggie and all you Blogarinos!

  50. Elizabeth in WA says:

    Ah, what an ambassador for happiness that Reggie is…fortunate the day you found him, Sue…loved hearing of his good deeds…bet those kids LOVED the play time!!

  51. kgdan from Wapato, WA says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue and Reggie! Counting our blessings.

  52. Jan NH says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. So happy Reggie passes the test and had a fun time to boot!

    Having Thanksgiving dinner with good friends I don’t see as often as I would like! Having some wine and fun conversation. Thankful for the simple things in this life and that my math question today is an easy one😄🍷

    Hope everyone is enjoying the day!

  53. Happy Thanksgiving to all the Blogerino’s and all your fur pals.

  54. Nancy S. Indiana 5 says:

    I’m always so busy when we’re home in Indiana l don’t always get to read your posts the day they’re published. Seems like I do a lot of catching up. We leave in 18 days so that will change, time to relax and enjoy Reggies cuteness. I’m so happy you found an Honest! and reliable mechanic. There are still good people out there no matter how many horror stories we hear. Continued happiness and safe travels. Nancy S

  55. Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you and Reggie are having a great day. And I’m glad the brakes were fixed at the estimated price.

  56. Virginia620 (AL) says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to Sue, Reggie, and All Bloggorinos.

  57. Millie says:

    Glad Reggie passed his test! Happy Thanksgiving to you both-hope it included lots of good food!

  58. Dawn from Camano Island says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue & Reg! Reg, you did such a good job–what a good boy you are!

  59. Lori says:

    Totally a day to be Thankful for!

    good boy Reggie!

  60. Linda-NC says:

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone! And yes Reggie is a good boy!

  61. Wendy / Bribie Island Aus. says:

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

  62. Barbara (Nashville) says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Sue, Reggie and all the friends here. Counting our blessings on this day.
    Reggie is such a happy and social little guy. Angel was having a big day herself today. So many folks coming & going for the holiday, while we walked. Of course she has to meet everyone she sees and if they are in their car, we have to wait until they get out, so she can meet them. My neighbor was dying laughing at her, just standing there waiting. What a mess!

  63. Dawn in MI says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Reggie and Sue!

  64. Kat and Cookie Dog in NYState says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Reggie and Sue! Sounds like Reg makes friends everywhere he goes. And did a great job of wearing himself out while doing it. Glad you got van repairs done at price they quoted and sounds like they got the van right in and did the work in a timely fashion. Hope you got that Thanksgiving Meal, I probably should have read all the comments before posting this…..ok off to read the comment section.
    Have a great night from Cookie Dog and his Kat…

  65. Judith says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Reggie.

  66. Happy Thanksgiving Sue and Reggie.
    Still don’t reply much but still read every blog you do. Thank you. Still enjoy reading about your trips.
    Sharon from Fla.

  67. AZ Jim says:

    Missy, what a great post. I am very glad you fixed your brakes, you never know when you’ll really need dependable brakes. Reggie, what a little treasure he is. He’s your little ambassador and welcome wagon all rolled into one. You and he are so lucky in this big wide world to have found one another. Well we had our Dinner with our kids all all gathered around the table and sitting up talking. Two of them have to leave in the morning back to San Diego and their jobs, the other three will spend most of tomorrow with us and then it’s back to San Diego with them. We are thankful for the visit, hugs, kisses and talk. Detta and I hope you found something special to eat too. I’ll send a pic of our kids and Detta later, its a good looking group. *hug*

  68. Tammie Villanueva says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!
    Sue and Reggie

  69. gayle beach boomer says:

    Happy Thanksgiving RVSue and Reggie! So grateful for your blog that keeps my heart on the road.

  70. BadgerRickInWis says:

    So grateful for you Sue and of course Reggie. And for all of my Blogorino family.

    Not at all surprised that Reggie passed a test such as this. Let’s check:

    Reggie, be cute – Done
    Reggie, be sweet – Done
    Reggie, be adorable – Double done
    Reggie, make people fall in love with you – Aw shucks, that’s what I do for a livin’. I’m a pro at this ya know.

  71. Jo in OR says:

    Reggie should win the Best in Show award. Such a sweet boy.
    Happy Black Friday!

  72. Beth P says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, glad Reggie passed the test.

  73. Ginger says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! I’m glad you were able to get the PTV repaired and inspected at a reasonable rate. I wish they were closer to me. I had my starter go out on my car and had to have it towed to the dealer. Talk about getting ripped off.
    Reggie was such a good boy!
    Ginger D. Las Vegas

  74. Sam in the Ozarks AR says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. Glad you got your brakes fixed. That’s not a bad price. I have a 2001 GMC pick up with 200k on it. It has been and still is a good one. This summer the brakes locked up and did not release until the next morning. We found that the inside of the rubber brake hose at each wheel were turning loose and blocking the brakes from releasing. I had the four brake lines replaced and flushed the brake fluid. No more problems. Just a tip.

  75. Sandra says:

    Hey there Sue. I’ve been following your post. My hubby and I probably passed your campsite yesterday. We spent the day and night at Echo Bay. First time we’ve been over this way. We currently live in St. George and when our kids all decided to stay home for Thanksgiving we loaded up some clothes and food and left town. Guess we’ll wander a little further South today.

  76. Pat (Ky) says:

    Like the new banner photo.

  77. Thankful that I’m alive and still have all my blessings and all you Blogerooos, have a great weekend and stay safe to all,,,,, Rusty n Piper on the river , camp 10 klicks south of Lake Havasu City, Arizona 🏜🐾😎

  78. DesertGinger says:

    Happy Belated Thanksgiving Blogorinos!

    Such a cute pic of Reggie in his green sweater. Love his enthusiasm and joy. He reminds me of my Chloe.

    I am still in New York. It is cold and has been snowy, which I could do without. I am enjoying the classes. We had a thanksgiving get together Wednesday night, then Thursday I cooked all day…just for me. Now I have a ton of leftovers to eat.

    Even though I am enjoying the classes, in many ways I wish I was home. I miss my privacy, and Idefinitely miss the warmth. I will try to avoid coming in winter, and maybe not such long visits. At least not without Chloe. I miss her terribly. I’m used to her sleeping with me and I don’t sleep as well without her.

    I get home on Dec 6th! Then I don’t have xmas plans yet. But I will be warm!! I can’t get warm here. This house I am in is freezing. Maybe I can get my son to comedown.

    Okay I’m going to stop whining now. So happy to see everyone here is good.

    I’m thinking of checking out Quartzsite this year; I think I should go at least once. And we have a gem show coming up which I may go to.

    Okay, I’m off to do laundry. Then I need to hit Walmart today, and having dinner with a friend at 4.

    Later gator!

    • BadgerRickInWis says:

      Thanks for checking in DG. I’m sure that Chloe is missing you just as much as you are missing her. Hang in there, I know you’re not used to the cold and snow.

      I bet you’d have a blast at Quartzite. You will me home in AZ before you know it.

  79. Cat Lady, still stuck in Central, La. says:

    I tried to post yesterday to wish you/Reggie, Rusty/Lady Piper a Happy Thanksgiving but when I tried to upload it, the Capta/Chapta/whatever it’s called said I couldn’t do math and to retry. I did it several times…every time that Cword said to refigure it. I know my answer was right, Sue…and even took off my socks and counted. Just think, an accountant all those years and I couldn’t do simple math {sigh}. Anyway, I just wanted you and all the other blogerinos to know that I was thinking about ya’ll and was giving thanks for friends like you. I’m glad you got your brakes repaired. That’s on my short list of must-haves.

    • I had the same trouble with it a few weeks ago with captcha refusing the correct answer. I closed the page, retyped the message and then it worked. Another time I had to wait until next day. Gremlins in captcha I think.

  80. Reply is now defaulting to check marks in both blocks for notify of follow up. Now seems you need to uncheck each time.

  81. Carolyn H in AZ says:

    Hope you and Reggie had a quiet and peaceful Thanksgiving.

  82. rvsueandcrew says:

    HI, EVERYONE!

    Thank you for taking the time to comment here. I was blessed with many wishes for me and Reggie to enjoy our Thanksgiving Day. We did!

    I am thankful for each and every one of you. It was especially nice to see names appear of those who haven’t commented in a while, as well as new blogorinos. Welcome!

    Okay, a little housekeeping . . . .

    As I type this, two blogorinos have reported difficulty with CAPTCHA. I have checked the settings and they have not changed.

    Here are two suggestions if you should encounter a problem with CAPTCHA:

    1) Clear your computer’s cache. If it is your habit to visit several sites, clearing cache regularly is a good idea. I do that daily.

    2) Turn off your computer and reboot.

    Hoping you will enjoy the rest of the holiday weekend!

    Bye for now,
    Sue

  83. Mick'nTN says:

    The Cambridge, NY high school football team won the state championship in class D (wee tiny) at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse this afternoon.
    This is the high school of several Blogorinos and our fearless leader.

  84. Marilyn in Dania Beach says:

    Congratulations Cambridge High School. There is nothing like high school football.

  85. rhodium, RI says:

    Wishing everyone a blessed holiday season. We should be closing the end of the week so we can change RI to everywhere. Unfortunately our dear sato Zoe will not be joining us, she is now on her own journey to the undiscovered country. Thanks, Sue, for letting us share with others and thanks in advance for any kind thoughts and prayers.

    • BadgerRickInWis says:

      So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Zoe, but thank you so much for adopting a sato. There are of course no words that will make it better but just know that you were without doubt the best thing that ever happened to her.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      You’re welcome, rhodium. Thank you for the holiday wish. May the events of the days ahead help you let go of your Zoe, move from grief to pleasant remembrance.

      Also wishing you a smooth closing on your property and continued progress toward a new life on the road!

    • Denise - Richmond VA says:

      I am so very sorry for your loss, rhodium. Sending you a *hug*.

  86. Joe in Homestead,FL says:

    Hi Sue, Happy Thanksgiving Day to you and the Reggie man. I still haven’t started fulltiming but still camp in Florida Georgia and Tenn. Dad is ill but improving with dialysis ( my friend encourages me saying ‘Joe, it’s only a season ). In the meantime I’m shopping for a newer tow vehicle, i’ll checkout Wade’sVan Sales in January too. Also I was going to start a list from your .com site and then the .net site of boondock sites just to get an idea and start looking and plotting on the maps for when I do start. I thought it best to ask you, not looking to follow you around just that you seem a lot better organized than this old coot.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Joe,

      I apologize for the late response to your comment. Good luck searching for your perfect tow vehicle. You probably know that you can see the inventory of Wade’s online. As for the boondocks I’ve shared on my blog, go and enjoy them, and, after a while, maybe you’ll find some on your own. Discoveries are part of the fun! 🙂

  87. Heda says:

    A most happy Thanksgiving to you both.

  88. rvsueandcrew says:

    New post coming up soon! — Sue

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