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Old 05-06-2020, 03:22 PM   #21
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Thank you for posting Lisle, very good information.
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Old 05-06-2020, 09:50 PM   #22
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Went shopping in New Hampshire today. Nothing going in. Crossing back into Vermont was one of those towable signs that said if you were staying in the state you need to self quarantine for 14 days. Not sure how they plan to enforce that but if they catch me when I go grocery shopping next week I'll let you know.
Sounds like you can go into and out of a state but can't stay.
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Old 05-06-2020, 09:53 PM   #23
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It's Gallup, NM, on I-40. 20 mi. east of the AZ border, and 140 mi. west of Albuquerque. The area is home to many Navajo. Their nation is reportedly taking a big hit from the virus.
I know where it is at but some others must not know.
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Old 05-07-2020, 05:47 AM   #24
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what i worried is my NEW YORK plates . No one wants you ,once they know your from NY
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Old 05-07-2020, 06:33 AM   #25
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Sounds like you can go into and out of a state but can't stay.
Not in Vermont, unless you live here or can stay with someone who lives here. The governor closed every thing down 25 March.


"The Governor’s order also provides additional guidance to lodging providers to ensure compliance with the Stay Home, Stay Safe order, which suspended lodging operations.

The order makes clear that lodging facilities – which includes hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, inns, short term rentals (e.g. VRBO, Homeaway, Airbnb, etc.), and all public and private camping facilities and RV parks – are to be closed except for stated exemptions when supporting the state’s COVID-19 response. Additionally, the Governor has suspended online lodging reservations."
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Old 05-07-2020, 07:36 AM   #26
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Wow, with the way it still is in the US like 25,000 new cases every day, and 2500 deaths. Why like most people just stay home. Even the annual BOCI Rally which was supposed to be held in September has been cancelled and hopefully will happen next year. You just never know from state to state even town to town and who knows if this Covid decides to take a u turn and start all over. Take a year off and stay home and be safe.
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Old 05-07-2020, 07:42 AM   #27
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Ditto Rick
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Old 05-07-2020, 08:26 AM   #28
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Not in Vermont, unless you live here or can stay with someone who lives here. The governor closed every thing down 25 March.


"The Governor’s order also provides additional guidance to lodging providers to ensure compliance with the Stay Home, Stay Safe order, which suspended lodging operations.

The order makes clear that lodging facilities – which includes hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, inns, short term rentals (e.g. VRBO, Homeaway, Airbnb, etc.), and all public and private camping facilities and RV parks – are to be closed except for stated exemptions when supporting the state’s COVID-19 response. Additionally, the Governor has suspended online lodging reservations."
Raz; do you know how long this rule is in effect? We have reservations at a private campground in Vermont for a weekend in June. Most likely we will cancel, but the campground owner has said nothing about mandated closure. Seems like they are waiting to see what happens.
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Old 05-07-2020, 08:31 AM   #29
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what i worried is my NEW YORK plates . No one wants you ,once they know your from NY
We live in NY, 15 minutes from the Massachusetts border. Yesterday we drove into MA to shop, no signs at the border going or coming. Saw other cars with NY plates. Limited supplies in the two stores we went to. Face masks required. Got what we could, and immediately returned home to NY.
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Raz; do you know how long this rule is in effect? We have reservations at a private campground in Vermont for a weekend in June. Most likely we will cancel, but the campground owner has said nothing about mandated closure. Seems like they are waiting to see what happens.
No time table as far as I know. People seem to be following the rules and the new cases are diminishing. The state government is starting to slowly open things up. Last week landscaping and tree service businesses were allowed to open. Yesterday the governor opened up some recreation; bike trails, hiking trails, golf courses and the businesses who support those activities. That said, I doubt campgrounds will open anytime soon with the 14 day quarantine rules in effect. If I hear of any changes I'll send you a note.
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Old 05-07-2020, 12:29 PM   #31
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what i worried is my NEW YORK plates . No one wants you ,once they know your from NY
Massachusetts is not much better on that score.
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Old 05-07-2020, 03:08 PM   #32
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what i worried is my NEW YORK plates . No one wants you ,once they know your from NY
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Massachusetts is not much better on that score.
In late March when they closed down the TN campgrounds & I headed home, I got lots of nasty looks at campgrounds in TN & PA until I told folks I was on my way back to NY.
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Old 05-07-2020, 03:23 PM   #33
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I was in So Calif when the lockdown started. Since I'm full time, I AM staying at home wherever my camper is parked. Fortunately have a cousin out here who let me camp in her driveway for 6 weeks. Pretty crowded but we've maintained our 6' of distance. Since it's clear things aren't going to open up much for some while now, and it's now getting up in the high 90's every day in this driveway with no shade, I'm heading back towards New England where I have more driveways to choose from.

So I'll be going north and then east mostly on I-70. Will keep posting on this forum as I go. Looking at the websites for various states, even southeastern Utah (Moab area) which locked down early is saying that if you need to stop at an RV campground because you are too tired to drive further, it's OK. Surprised VT has shut down all lodging. Of course, most VT parks are closed from Nov 1 to May 1, so they are probably empty now and the gov. wants to keep them that way.
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Old 05-07-2020, 03:30 PM   #34
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They canceled the Spring Fling rally in New Hampshire since the campground (and, apparently, all private campgrounds) is closed to out-of-state visitors.
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Old 05-09-2020, 07:42 PM   #35
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Louisiana to Texas travel

Looks like you can travel from Louisiana to Texas now. Those folks celebrating Mardi Gras should have been a little more sanitary. That would have taken the fun out of it.

www.dps.texas.gov › covidtravel

For awhile they were stopping cars at the LA state line and make you promise to quarantine yourself. A DPS official was supposed to visit you at your home and make sure you were complying. If your home was California I doubt anyone would have bothered you.

I think it was unnecessary to close the campgrounds. If you are closer than 6 feet to the next camper I wouldn't like that under normal conditions.
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Old 05-12-2020, 05:54 PM   #36
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Here is one of the few sources I have found - https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...ronavirus.html - seems to be most states are relaxing restrictions by the end of this month and travel can continue with social distance, masks, sanitizer, etc... This is very encouraging as we are really looking forward to going to some rallies this year and camping in general. The next rally we are reserved for is the 4 B's in Illinois the first weekend in June. My plan is to drive straight there on 6/1 as restrictions will be lifting by the first of the month. We also have several in September/October/November already reserved....
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Does this help?
Its really not right on target but...



https://www.aarp.org/politics-societ...trictions.html
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Old 05-12-2020, 07:41 PM   #38
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Does anybody have a source for the CURRENT travel situations for each state in the USA? I am wondering now that each state is starting to open up again what rules do travelers need to follow? Is travel allowed? Is a 14 days self quarantine in order? Can a traveler pass through a state and only stop for gas? Etc.... Thanks all!
Did you happen to listen to the Senate hearing today, with Dr. Fauci (and others)? The travel restrictions are established by "the Government." I put little faith in Government's evaluation of the risks, and in turn their restrictions, or lack of restrictions, or even the prudent cautions that the Government might suggest. Please don't make your plans based ONLY on what the Government will allow or not allow. Use your critical thinking skills based on the science.
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Old 05-13-2020, 08:43 AM   #39
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Last week, my wife and I took the Casita out to a state wildlife area called Hale Ponds near the Colorado/Kansas border. There was an old notice on the sign about camping being closed. We knew the governor had recently changed the rules so we figured we'd stay until told otherwise. The gates were open and the pit toilets were unlocked. We were able to spend a couple nights with no problems. One night we were the only ones there. The next day, one RV showed up.

As for gas and restaurants, everything was available except you had to take your food to go. All the seats were taped off at the restaurants we visited. The further you get from Denver, the less likely you are to see people wearing masks. They are definitely required in the city.
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They are required here too but that sure does not mean they are being worn.
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