January & February 2018 | Issue 341    

Happy New Year!
Food Truck Weekends
2019 Reservations
Looking For My Furever Home
Winter Hours
Deepest Sympathy
Birthdays and Anniversaries


Winter Storage - Keeping Mice Out!
Part of winterizing the camper is ensuring that no mice or rodents can get in and make nests. Here are some tips and tricks to keeping mice out of your RV this winter!

Spray Foam - Expanding foam in a can is a great way to fill in cracks and tiny holes since it can be easily removed if need be. Pay special attention to the underside of the rig, inside the storage compartments and around plumbing feed through holes.

Steel Wool - For more aggressive mice that may like to chew their way through foam try adding in some steel wool to the mix. Chewing on the sharp steel fibers should deter them.

Xcluder - Commercial grade stainless steel non-rusting mesh used by professionals to block openings.

Screens - Use fine mesh screens on any larger openings like vents, access ports, and piping.

Power Cord Hole - If your rig uses a feed through for the power cord some call a "Mouse Hole" consider installing a fixed receptacle instead.

Metal Rings - Fashion metal rigs out of sheet metal and place on the ground around tires and jacks. Make them tall enough so mice can't get over usually around 8 inches will do the trick.

Deter the Mice

Remove any food - Probably goes without saying but don't leave any sort of food where a mouse could access it.

Seal Pet Food - Due to space constraints sometimes pet food needs to be stored in an outside compartment. Make sure to use a plastic sealed container.

Remove all paper products, clothing, and towels, etc. - When mice move in they will want to build a nest to start making more mice. Make sure there aren't materials left in the RV to help them out with this.

Add night time lighting - lighting around the RV will deter mice and other rodents from seeking shelter in your camper.

Fabric Softener Sheets - Spread dryer sheets all over the RV when it's in storage to keep mice away.

Irish Spring Soap - Same idea as the dry sheets; Supposedly mice hate the smell.

Moth Balls - these can be placed at entry points to deter mice and other animals, but use these with caution as they can be dangerous for children and pets.

Peppermint Oil - Soak cotton balls with it and leave in the mice infested area. Must be refreshed often.

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Happy New Year! 
We would like to wish you and your family a happy and healthy New Year!  We look forward to seeing you camping soon!       
Food Truck Weekends
Our food truck festivals were so popular last year that we've added 4 weekends!  Both weekends sold out last year so don't miss out, call today to reserve your spot!
  • April 27-29 NH & Spring Food Truck Festival #1
  • May 4-6 NY & Spring Food Truck Festival #2
  • November 2-4 Fall Food Truck Festival #1
  • November 16-18 Fall Food Truck Festival #2
2019 Reservations    
Mark your calendar for Sunday, March 18th when we'll begin taking reservations for 2019!  Yep, that's right 2019. Give us a call at 866-673-2767 or book online. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Looking For My Furever Home 
Channing was one of seven dogs saved from a neglectful owner. He's currently living in a foster home learning that life is good and people can be kind. Channing has made so much progress that he is now ready for his forever home. He is crate trained, house trained and is working very hard on his obedience, which we may add is doing exceptionally well. Channing is currently being fostered with canine and feline foster siblings and gets along great with them! Channing needs a forever home that has a confident friendly canine sibling to show him the ropes and help him build his confidence.  This boy is so very sweet and loving and just wants a home to call his own. He will need a little time to adjust to his new home but he is totally worth the wait. https://pawsnewengland.com/our-dogs-list/Channing/  
With your help we've been finding home for these amazing dogs.  Please share this with someone who may be interested in adopting!  #adoptdontshop
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Birthdays and Anniversaries
January Birthdays
Dave McGrath 1/3, Shaina Abbott 1/6, Barbara Harris 1/6, Cassidy Harrison 1/7, Marissa Colombo 1/7, Natalie Fertitta 1/13, Nicole Parmeggiani 1/16, Caryn Bullen 1/16, Amanda Loewen 1/17, Dave Rebello 1/20, Nicole Flynn 1/21, Sharon Beaumont 1/22, Inez Keyes 1/22, John Bondaruk 1/24, Cory Neal 1/27, Jackie McCann 1/28, Krystle Thyng 1/28.
February Birthdays
Verda Larsson & Danny Conroy 2/1, Mike Petit 2/2, Evan Bryant 2/5, Frankie Richard 2/7, Margy Cittandino 2/7, Ronald Barbour 2/9, Jessica Russell 2/9, Dick Gove 2/11, Sarah Small 2/13, Cindy Fuller 2/18, Jacqueline Bailey 2/19, Rachel Ferreira 2/22, Mike Iacobacci 2/22, Paul Biagi 2/23, Dan Malone 2/23, George Kear 2/23, Lorraine Frechette, 2/25, Meredith Starr 2/25, Kathy Testa 2/25, Irene Slezak 2/25, Bob Daniels 2/26, Erin Matthews 2/27, Kevin Clifford 2/27.   
February Anniversaries 
Jeff & Sherry Williams 2/26 
We look forward to providing you and your family with the finest services and amenities for a truly memorable camping experience.



The Daniels Family