Another reason Oldies are the best RV's and the people who own them,

I was on the way home from town this afternoon and noticed a Hunert bazzillion dollar motorcoach ahead of me with a small car on a tow dolly.

Not an unusual sight, except, the poor lil car was wobbling a lil more than it should be and as i approached closer, I noticed the tire on the passenger side of the tow dolly was shredded and pretty much gone and the dolly was rolling on its rim. This is not good,, so I sped up and got along side the mcmansion and after honking my horn to get the passengers attention,, I pointed to the back of their rig and did the finger in a circle motion,, and the lady in the passenger seat looked at me funny and flipped me off ,, and then I see the driver, flip me off.. Well alrighty then, Mr. high and mighty,,, I hope your car falls off,,, and just let them go on their merry lil way..... You try and be a concerned motorists,, and there is always that one privlaged idiot who doesnt pay attention to his toad, or knows how to use his mirrors or even take heed to another driver pointing out a serious issue,  So that being ranted, Us owners of the oldies know we have to keep an eye on our older rigs and they need a little more TLC because we put a lot of blood sweat and tears into rebuilding and maintaining them. 

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Comment by Daniel Long on April 5, 2018 at 8:13pm


He! He!

I've done just this trying to get around someone to warn them only to have the RV driver think I'm trying to run them off the road or something. We're all full up with "Crazy" around here!

Comment by postman on April 5, 2018 at 8:11pm

Daniel Long now you went and confused me???

WHICH  Crazy Old Man in an RV?

The one pulling the TOAD or the one passing it!!!!

Comment by Daniel Long on April 5, 2018 at 7:30pm

Maybe they finally stopped and realized that crazy old man in the RV was trying to tell 'em sumpthin. Or not!

Comment by Drew on April 2, 2018 at 9:17am

I put a pa on my tow vehicle for this exact reason. No one understands common sense hand signals or headlight flashes anymore. My wife gets a kick out of it everytime I alert someone to a problem. People hear it but can never seem to find the source, the wife giggles thinking that the folks believe that divine intervention saved their cooler or told them their taillights are out.......



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