Born on this day!! Actress Nancy Dussault (“Too Close for Comfort”) is 84. Singer Glenn Shorrock (Little River Band) is 76. Jazz bassist Stanley Clarke is 69. Actor David Garrison (“Married…with Children”) is 68. Guitarist Hal Lindes of Dire Straits is 67. Actor David Alan Grier is 64. Actor Vincent D’Onofrio is 61. Actress Deirdre Lovejoy (“The Wire”) is 58. Actor Rupert Graves (“The Madness of King George”) is 57. Bassist Tom Drummond of Better Than Ezra is 51. Actor Tony Rock (“Living Biblically”) is 51. Actress Monica Potter (“Parenthood,” ″Boston Legal”) is 49. Actress Molly Parker (“House of Cards”) is 48. Actress Lizzy Caplan (“Masters of Sex,” ″Mean Girls”) is 38. Guitarist James Adam Shelley of American Authors is 37. Country singer Cole Swindell is 37. Singer and “American Idol” winner Fantasia Barrino is 36. Actor Sean Marquette (“The Goldbergs”) is 32.
THIS DAY IN GENIUS HISTORY
1859 – French acrobat Charles Blondin, AKA Jean Francois Gravelet, walked across Niagara Falls on a tightrope.
1908 – A powerful natural explosion from an unknown cause rocked the Tunguska Basin, in eastern Siberia, flattening hundreds of square miles of forest and resulting in tremors that could be felt hundreds of miles away.
1921 – President Warren G. Harding appointed former president William H. Taft chief justice of the United States.
1934 – Adolf Hitler secured his position in the Nazi party by a “blood purge,” ridding the party of other leaders such as Ernst Roehm and Kurt von Schleicher.
1936 – Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind was published.
1971 – The 26th Amendment, which lowered the voting age to 18, was ratified by the states.
1998 – The remains of a Vietnam War serviceman buried in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers were identified as those of Air Force pilot Michael J. Blassie.
Today Is: Asteroid Day, California Avocado Day, Disabled Veterans Day, Leap Second Time Adjustment Day, National Meteor Watch Day, National Outfit Of The Day Day, NOW (National Organization For Women) Day, Social Media Day
TODAY ON TV!
Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)
CBS – 8:00 – NCIS / 9:00 – FBI / 10:00 – FBI Most Wanted
NBC – 8:00 – America’s Got Talent / 10:00 – World Of Dance
ABC – 8:00 – Modern Family / 8:30 – Modern Family / 9:00 – Black-ish / 9:30 – Mixed-ish / 10:00 – The Genetic Detective
FOX – 8:00 – Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back
CW – 8:00 – Stargirl / 9:00 – Barry Brewer
TV Talk Shows
Jimmy Kimmel: Howie Mandel (R 5/27/20)
Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Lopez, Henry Winkler, Twenty One Pilots (R 5/22/20)
Stephen Colbert: Jake Tapper, Tame Impala (R 5/11/20)
Seth Meyers: John Mulaney (R 4/16/20)
James Corden: Gayle King, Adam Lambert (R 6/10/20)
Lilly Singh: Fortune Feimster (R 1/23/20)
Daily Show: Pre-empted
Conan: Hank Azaria (R 5/5/20)
Watch What Happens Live: Pre-empted
The View: Dr. Jill Biden
The Talk: Joel McHale, Tabitha Brown
Live with Kelly and Ryan: Christina Applegate, Liza Koshy, Anna Kaiser, Leslie Odom Jr.
Ellen DeGeneres: Best moments from the 2019-2020 season
Wendy Williams: A.J. Gibson, Makho Ndlovu (R 10/21/19)
The Real: Rep. Maxine Waters, Omar Miller, guest co-host Tisha Campbell (R 10/8/19)
Kelly Clarkson: Jon Stewart, Laverne Cox
Tamron Hall: Bevy Smith (R 4/28/20)
WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN’ ABOUT? Here are today’s PPM-Friendly Topics!
QUESTION: What do PEDIATRICIANS think we should do about school this fall? Their official group says, “KIDS NEED IN-PERSON LEARNING!!” And parents need a break!
QUESTION: Can you design a TOILET FOR ASTRONAUTS?? NASA is offering $20,000 for the best ideas!!!!! (Going #2 is the problem.. talk about a “floater!!”)
QUESTION: First Abe Lincoln… and now JOHN WAYNE?? A racist unfortunate comment in a 1971 Playboy interview has OC Dems demanding a airport rename!!!
QUESTION: What happens when you eat out for the first time in months, and complain about NOT GETTING ENOUGH CHEESE?? You get shredded by the Internet!!
QUESTION: How can you tell if you DO have a fever?? Check this guide before you check yourself!!! You’re cooler in the morning… and heavier people are “hotter!!”
John Legend will give a headlining performance during the 2020 Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. Today confirmed Monday that Legend will perform during the celebration Saturday in New York, along with Lady A, the Killers, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley and the Black Eyed Peas. Today co-host Craig Melvin will host the event, which airs at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. The telecast will begin with a special performance by National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman. Saturday’s celebration will mark the end of Macy’s daily fireworks shows in New York, which begin Monday. The event will conclude with highlights from the week’s shows and a live grand finale. Apart from Saturday’s finale, NBC 4 New York said Macy’s won’t announce the location or timing of this week’s shows in advance because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “To encourage and support COVID-19 safety and social distancing efforts, and mitigate the advance gathering of large crowds for an extended period of time, we have chosen to delight New Yorkers with unannounced displays across the five boroughs this year,” Macy’s said.
*********Be careful with the loud booms!! A lot of people have firearms!!
****If they can have fireworks in NEW YORK, why are they canceling everything in small towns??
******Should “The Killers” change their name, since it conjures up bad images???
*****And why do the Peas have Black Eyes?? Were they in a fight??
Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King reunited in Santa Barbara, Calif., over the weekend. They had a “socially distant lunch” with their families after King arrived at Winfrey’s home Saturday. Winfrey’s Oprah magazine shared a video Sunday of Winfrey, her partner, Stedman Graham, and young people from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls having lunch with King and her CBS This Morning team. The two groups ate at separate tables. “Checking in from @oprah’s House of Quarantine! Yesterday Lady O, @stedmangraham, and their OWLAG daughter-girls welcomed @gayleking and her @cbsthismorning team with a socially distant lunch!” the caption reads. In the video, King said she’s been “quarantined” in New York since March 2. King and her group took COVID-19 tests Wednesday so they could safely socialize with Winfrey.
******Ahh… two lovers reunite!! Romantic, right??
*******Did they test Stedman for cooties??
****Later, in the hot tub, Gayle said, “Do you think anyone suspects??”
****Oprah told the girls, “I’ve got so much money, I’m giving each of you a million dollars!! JUST KIDDING!! Psych!!”
Broadway has extended its coronavirus-related shutdown once again and has announced its doors will remain closed until at least January 2021. Although an exact date for performances to resume has yet to be determined, Broadway producers are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for shows through Jan. 3rd. Theaters abruptly closed on March 12, knocking out all shows — including 16 that were still scheduled to open — and postponing indefinitely the Tony Award ceremony. Producers, citing health and city authorities, had previously extended the shutdown to June 7 and then again to Sept. 6. The latest extension wipes away many shows planned for the fall. Many have just moved to next year, including a revival of “The Music Man” with Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster that was to start rehearsals on June 29 but will now open in May 2021.
*******You’ll just have to watch the Disney movies instead of going to the musicals!!
******The producers of “Hamilton” are waiting to see whether they tear down his statues!!
*******They call Broadway “The Great White Way.” We’re thinking that’s gonna change!!
Jennifer Hudson sings Aretha Franklin’s top hit, “Respect,” in a new trailer for the biopic based on the late singer’s life. In the new clip, we see Hudson as she portrays Franklin in the movie, which follows Franklin’s life from a young girl singing at her pastor’s church to a megastar. Hudson also depicts the Queen of Soul’s work during the Civil Rights movement. “You got to disturb the peace when you can’t get no peace,” Hudson said in the powerful trailer. Actors Forest Whitaker, Mary J. Blige, Marlon Wayans, Marc Maron and more also make an appearance in the teaser. The newest trailer for the biopic first aired at the virtual BET Awards on Sunday. “Respect” is scheduled to arrive in theaters in December. See the video HERE.
********We smell Oscar!! If there ARE Oscars!!!
******Only Jennifer Hudson could really sing these songs like Aretha!! Or maybe Kelly Clarkson… but for some reason, they passed on her!!
******By the way, the pastor of her church was her father, Reverend Cecil Franklin!!
Kim Kardashian inked a deal with cosmetics giant Coty on Monday, with the beauty company announcing plans to invest $200 million for a 20-percent stake in Kardashian’s four-year-old KKW makeup brand. The partnership will see the brand expanding into new categories including skincare, hair and nail products. KKW Beauty has offered eyeshadows, lipsticks, face and body makeup as well as the star’s signature contour system. Sister Kylie Jenner, who agreed to a $600 million deal with Coty for 51 percent of her Kylie Cosmetics empire in November 2019, launched her own Kylie Skin brand a few months prior to the merger.
********This is why people make sex tapes!! It pays off down the line!!
******We’re glad she made this deal! We woke up in the middle of the night thinking, “Does Kim K have enough money???”
******Her butt’s a little big!! When she hauls ass, she has to make two trips!!
Kanye West’s former bodyguard is calling him a “bully” and is threatening to sue for damages after West accused him of breaking a confidentiality agreement — when the bodyguard called him the “neediest, moodiest client” he’s ever had. Steve Stanulis spilled about his time protecting West on a podcast back in May, and lawyers for Kanye fired off a cease-and-desist to Stanulis in early June, threatening to sue him for $10 million if he continued to run his mouth. The letter claimed that Stanulis had made “false and defamatory” statements on the “Hollywood Raw” podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn, and claims he breached a confidentiality agreement he purportedly signed in February 2016. But Stanulis’ lawyer, claims he never signed a confidentiality agreement in the first place. “As such, any efforts undertaken by your clients to enforce any purported ‘confidentiality agreement’ will be met with counterclaims, that will seek significant damages, along with court costs and legal fees.” Stanulis’ attorney, Dmitriy Shakhnevich, said, “Our client is being bullied here, and we will not stand for that.”
******Kanye: “Who was supposed to get him to sign the confidentiality agreement???”
******He just made this obscure podcast very famous!! Wish he’d sue US!!
Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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Restless Ryan Leaving Eva & Kids Behind!-(National Enquirer)
Heartthrob Ryan Gosling is prepping to start acting again and sources claimed his baby mama, Eva Mendes, 46, is flipping out! “Eva’s gotten used to Ryan helping with the kids and around the house” dished an insider. “The big worry is their routines will be turned upside down and their relationship will fall apart.” The Hollywood hotties have been together since 2011, and are raising daughters Esmeralda, 5, and Amada, 4. For the past two years, the “La La Land” hunk, 39, has been a stay-at-home dad, putting family first. But sources said Ryan’s been pitching ideas to the studios and one-a stylish new remake of the horror classic “The Wolfman”-has been picked up by Universal! “Ryan can’t wait to get back to work and out of the house,” an insider snitched. “He loves his family, but he’s been going stir-crazy doing chores and minding the kids.”
Lionel’s Endless Love Songs!-(Globe)
It’s gotta be sweet music to Lionel Richie’s ears-Disney is making a new musical movie called “All Night Long” with a story line inspired by the Grammy winner’s hits! The crooner behind such classics as “Hello, Lady” and “Stuck on You” is also producing the project, akin to ABBA’s “Mamma Mia” movie, and “Crazy Rich Asians” screenwriter Pete Chiarelli is penning the script. Sounds like some endless love is in store. Stay tuned!
Loose Talk-(Us Weekly)
“I’ll be celebrating harder than my daughter when school finishes.”-On homeschooling her 10-year-old, Krishna, Padma Lakshmi.
“She’s been illegally operating motor vehicles all her life.”-Revealing that she’s been teaching her 16-year-old daughter, Apple, how to drive since she was young, Gwyneth Paltrow.
“Leave my rolls alone.”-Clapping back at body shamers who claim the rapper photoshops her pictures, Cardi B.
Meghan Betrayed By Her BFF-(Star)
Friendship canceled? Sources say Meghan Markle is “distancing herself” from pal Jessica Mulroney after the stylist was caught bullying black influencer Sasha Exeter. The Canada-based mom of three, who famously helped the Duchess of Sussex pick out her wedding gown, was called out by Sasha in the wake of the George Floyd protests. In the battle that ensued, Sasha alleged that despite making a public apology, Jessica had privately threatened her. “Meghan’s questioning whether Jessica was just using her for self-promotion,” says the source, adding: “Their friendship is basically over.”
Michelle’s Baby Joy-(Life & Style)
Dancing on air! Michelle Williams and her husband, Broadway director Thomas Kail, have welcomed their first child together, an insider say. The couple met on the set of FX’s Fosse/Verdon in 2018, and in December 2019, news broke that they were not only engaged but also expecting. The four-time Oscar nominee, who’s already mom to 14-year-old daughter Matilda with the late actor Heath Ledger, “couldn’t be happier about adding a little one to their family,” says the insider.
Divorcing: Michael Ray & Carly Pearce-(People)
On June 19 Pearce, 30, filed for divorce from fellow country singer Ray, 32, after just eight months of marriage. “It wasn’t something she wanted to have to do,” says a Pearce source. “This hasn’t been a quarantine realization-it was a last resort.”
Number of the Week-(In Touch)
-burgers Jason Derulo ate to celebrate getting 22 million TikTok followers.
A Very Canadian Story!
A Quebec man preparing to finally throw out his orphaned left hockey skate seven years after losing its twin discovered the long-lost ice skate hanging from a sign. Jeff Meldrum said he was recently going through the sporting equipment in the basement of his Chelsea, Quebec, home as part of his family’s preparations for an upcoming move in July when he came across his single size 10D Reebok ice skate. Meldrum said the last time he saw the right skate was about seven years ago, when he had to leave an ice rink in a hurry when his son, Owen, then 4, fell and injured his chin. He said he kept the skate in the hopes of finding its twin. “I couldn’t bring myself to throw it away because it was brand new. I’d only used it two or three times,” Meldrum told CBC News. Meldrum said he and Owen, now 11, were driving on a local road June 22 — the same day he had decided to discard the remaining skate — and spotted a familiar-looking skate hanging from a signpost at the end of a driveway. “I said to [Owen] jokingly, ‘Hey we should turn around — maybe that’s my skate,'” Meldrum recalled. He did end up turning around, and to his surprise, it was indeed his long-lost skate. The driveway led up to the home of Elyse Piquette, who had found the skate at the side of the road while walking seven years earlier. Piquette said she suspected someone might be missing the skate, so she took it home and posted an ad in the classified section of a local paper hoping the owner of the lost item might see it.
******GOD TO JEFF: “Here’s your skate, doofus!!”
TOPIC: What have YOU lost… and then recovered much later???
Sponge To Face Record Broken
An Idaho man with more than 150 Guinness World Records to his name took 92 hits to the face from wet sponges to break his latest record. David Rush, who breaks Guinness World Records to promote STEM education, created a video for the Ada Community Library Summer Reading program, which took its presentations virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and broke a record for his talk on growth mindset. The video features Rush recounting his journey from having zero Guinness records at age 30 to amassing more than 150 at age 35. At the close of the video, he breaks the record with help from neighbor Jonathan Hannon. Hannon threw 106 sponges in the one minute time frame, and 96 of them made contact with Rush’s face to break the record, which previously stood at 76. See the video HERE.
********Obvious question: WHY is this a world record category???
*******Good idea for a scientific study: “People obsessed with setting records!!”
*******We thought Patrick held the record for being hit in the face by a sponge!!
The Old West is For Sale
A New Zealand town built in 2006 as a tribute to the U.S. Wild West is for sale with an asking price of $7.5 million for the 10 buildings and a Manuka honey business. Mellonsfolly Ranch was built on 900 acres of New Zealand’s North Island in 2006 by John Bedogni and the 10 themed buildings were designed to resemble an 1860s frontier town in Wyoming. The town, listed for sale by New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty, includes a licensed saloon, a courthouse that features a cinema, a sheriff’s office, a billiards lounge and three residences. Manuka honey, which is native to New Zealand, has seen a surge in popularity in recent years due to its unique taste and purported health benefits. The town’s current owner, Rob Bartley, said the ranch’s 600 hives created 15.5 tons of Manuka honey in 2019.
*********Sounds like it’s the place to “bee!!!”
*****At $7.5 million, we feel like we’re getting “stung!!”
*******Just remember: if you buy it, you have to clean it!!
Hot Dogs Lead To Lottery Win
A Virginia man who made a trip to the store to buy some hot dogs brought home more than dinner when he won a $100,000 lottery jackpot. Girard Forry of Rocky Mount told Virginia Lottery officials he went to the Ravens Country Store in Rocky Mount to buy some hot dogs and while shopping he decided to buy a ticket for the June 8 Cash 5 drawing. Forry said he checked his numbers the next day and discovered he had won $100,000. The player said he remained calm. “I’m not an excitable person,” Forry said. “But I was pleasantly surprised.” He said his wife’s reaction was less reserved. “I told my wife. She was very excited,” he said.
*******When he told his wife, her buns started twitching!!
*******He ate some hot dogs and “relished” his win!!
*****We buy hot dogs every week… but we’ve never won the lottery!! Maybe we should buy a ticket!!??
STUFF THAT’S COOL AND VIRAL
VIDEO: GUY EATS IT ON MOUNTAIN BIKE!
VIDEO: (LANGUAGE) “WEAR YOUR MASK” SONG!
A LIST FOR TUESDAY
Renting Or Buying An RV This Summer? These 16 Tips Will Keep You Safe And Sane.
- Choose the right rig for your lifestyle.
One of the most important decisions you need to make is choosing the type of vehicle for your lifestyle and travel plans. Generally, this means choosing between a Class A, Class B or Class C. Each are different sizes that fit different needs.
For most road trip purposes, you’ll likely want a Class C, said Matt Kirouac, co-founder of Hello Ranger. They’re not as enormous as a Class A (which are essentially luxury buses), and not as rugged as Class B (e.g., van life). “They’re a good, comfortable middle ground, both for families and couples alike,” he said. “Don’t bite off more than you can chew with an oversized RV that’ll give you anxiety when it comes to parking, navigating cities, gas stations, etc. Find an RV that gives you the space you need, without the excess.”
- Rent an RV before you decide to buy.
Renting an RV for a short trip is a good idea before investing in buying one or renting one for a longer vacation, according to Lauren Keys, blogger at Trip Of A Lifestyle. “We took the model of van we purchased on a test drive from the dealership before we decided to buy one, just to get a sense of whether we could both drive it (and if a bed would fit in the back!),” she said.
- Consider buying used.
RVs depreciate in value rapidly, so you might want to find an older model if you do plan to buy. “Keep in mind that the more bells and whistles it has, the more can go wrong,” Keys said. She added that most issues RVs face won’t be with the engine or other vehicle components, but with the extras that make it more livable.
- Practice driving and backing up.
Dave Huber, general manager of River Run RV Resort, said the most common argument he witnesses among customers is when attempting to back up their RVs. “Practice and communication are key to avoid this breakdown,” he said. No matter what type of RV you rent or buy, he said, you should practice backing up and understanding your turning radius in an empty parking lot before you head out. A couple of key concepts to learn are offtracking and rear overhang, both of which can cause you to bang into or run over obstacles if you aren’t careful.
Second, if you’ll be traveling with a partner or spouse, Huber said you should also practice your communication. “You don’t want to start your camping experience with a breakdown in communication over backing an RV up,” he said. “Having managed campgrounds for many years, my wife and I made a pact upon our first purchase to work out simple and clear hand signals, specifically to help out backup communication.” If your rig doesn’t have a backup camera, there are great after-market options to fix this problem and they’re well worth the money, he added.
- Drive slowly.
When it comes to driving, especially on highways, Kirouac recommended staying 5-10 miles under the speed limit. “Wind gusts hit you much harder than you’d expect, and the general ‘feel’ of driving on highways is much different than a car.”
Faster drivers may get annoyed with your speed, but that’s OK; safety is the most important goal, so let them honk and move along. Also, stay to the right and don’t go into the passing lane unless you need to.
- Resist the urge to overpack.
“Just because you can fit everything in the RV, it doesn’t mean you should bring it all,” said Diane Vukovic, owner of Mom Goes Camping. Not only will you spend a ton of time unloading and setting up gear instead of relaxing and enjoying yourself, overpacking will also weigh you down and make for worse fuel efficiency.
- Expect everything to take much longer than you planned.
Driving anywhere in an RV will take a lot longer than you anticipated. Not only will your average speed likely be at or below the posted speed limit, but on steep grades or winding roads, you might not get above 45mph. Driving an RV is also a lot more mentally and physically taxing than driving a car, so you may need more breaks than usual. “With breaks to stretch your legs, it could take you 10+ hours of driving to go just 400 miles,” Vukovic said.
- Don’t expect a dirt-cheap vacation.
A lot of people choose RVing because it seems like a cheap way to vacation. “However, if you actually add up all the costs, including gas, per mileage and rental fees, campground costs, dumping costs and electric fees, it can end up being more expensive than driving a car and renting a motel each night,” Vukovic said. She noted that campground and dumping station memberships can reduce some of the costs, but only if you use your RV frequently and plan trips around these membership sites.
- Keep safety front of mind.
Vukovic said that your RV should be equipped with a smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector and, if you use propane, a liquid petroleum gas detector. Check that these are working and have fresh batteries before you set off. You’ll also want to inspect the fire extinguisher. “Make sure everyone knows where it is located,” Vukovic said. “If you’ve never used a fire extinguisher before, this is a good time to give yourself a refresher — and teach your older kids how to use it while you are at it.”
- Know the terrain ahead of time.
Once you’re ready to head out, consider the condition of the roads and general areas you plan to travel to. “If you’re going to the mountains, the wide turn radius of larger RVs and travel trailers may prove extremely difficult to navigate around tight turns,” Keys said. She noted that weight limits and overhead clearance are other factors to keep in mind when planning your route.
- Know the size of your rig.
Find out both length and height, and then write it on a Post-it note and put it on your dashboard, said Carrie Andress, a community support specialist for Boondockers Welcome. “This will help when you might encounter a low bridge.”
- Follow the “2/2/2” rule.
Constantly driving your RV during a long trip can be exhausting. Jason Miller, who co-runs the RV travel sites Getaway Couple and RV Masterclass with his wife, recommends following the “2/2/2” rule for planning travel days. “This means that you plan your trip so that on driving days, you drive no more than 200 miles, arrive by 2 p.m. and stay for at least two days,” Miller said. “This eliminates the stress of constantly moving and allows you a full day to decompress and explore.”
- Use an RV-specific GPS system.
Google Maps will show you the best ways to get from Point A to Point B. But it won’t necessarily show you the best route to drive an RV. You’ll need to avoid certain hazards like low bridges, steep grades or propane restrictions. Miller recommends using an RV specific GPS like the RV LIFE app to avoid situations in which you might have to turn.
- Make sure your generator works.
Your RV can get very hot inside, especially if you’re traveling during the summer through states such as Arizona, California and Florida. That’s why it’s crucial to make sure that your generator is working properly before hitting the road, as it will power your air conditioner between RV parks or places where you can plug in, Kirouac said. He added that it would be wise to bring along a fan unit or two. “Another good idea, once you’re stationary somewhere, is to cover all windows with blankets or window coverings of some sort (reflective materials are especially great). This will shield you from direct sun and keep it from heating up your RV.”
- Keep your tires in top shape.
Blowouts are no fun, especially if one happens to a front tire. Maintaining and replacing tires is key to staying safe on the road. “Your tires need to be inspected before you venture out on any long adventure to assure they have the proper amount of air to carry the weight of your load and to go the distance you will be traveling,” said Cindy Baker, a travel advisor with Inteletravel. Keep in mind that even if the tread looks great, you may still need to replace tires that are too old. Sitting around with exposure to heat and dry air can cause the walls of your tires to break down, so plan to replace them every five to seven years.
- Figure out where to stay.
When it comes to figuring out where to park for the night, you have many options ― some more pricey than others. RV parks will be the least budget-friendly, but they also offer the most amenities. In addition to hookups, you may also enjoy luxuries such as Wi-Fi, pools, playgrounds for the kids and even dog parks.
Many campgrounds also offer RV spots, sometimes with electric and/or water hookups, and some without. If the campsite takes reservations, it’s a good idea to book one as soon as possible, as there are a limited number of spots that can fill up fast during peak months.
The preceding material was compiled and edited by Brandon Castillo. The Editor-In-Chief is Gary Bryan. The Radio Genius Show Prep Service is licensed for use on-air only by subscribing radio stations. Other means of redistribution is forbidden.
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