I'm not a huge social media consumer, but like many in my age bracket, I do frequent Facebook only to keep in touch with family and friends as well as track special interests. I'm on a couple of groups that deal with RV travel in Alaska. I've noticed a trend that is just frustrating me. Many folks ask for member's opinions or personal experiences with a specific CG or location. They may ask "has anyone stayed in XXX CG and was the bathroom clean?" That's cool, I really like those kinds of questions and will share my experience and opinions if I can. Then there's another class of questions which I struggle with. They normally go like this: "Coming to Alaska July 7 - 15, renting RV. What should we see? What campgrounds are near Denali NP? What's there to do in Fairbanks?..." I term these "Who wants to be my travel agent for free" questions. The way I look at it, if I'm going to get the answer from Google, why don't they get the answer from Google themselves? I know the answer really is to keep scrolling, and I do for the most part. I like those groups because many times I find some unique little place I never thought to go. I occasionally will simply post a link to Alaska.org which is our official travel site. I just can't picture myself asking such a broad question like "I'm going to Hawaii for a week, what should I do?" I just wonder how you arrive at the decision to rent an RV in a place you've never been to without doing some basic research as to what there is to do and see. It feels like they're asking for a personal Google operator... may I suggest an Amazon Echo, and ask "Alexa, what campgrounds are near Denali NP?" The thing is, there ARE people who answer them, in detail, with itineraries, stops, points of interest, etc. It's really amazing. Mostly, the responses are folks who visited Alaska once or twice and simply give them the itinerary they used, but still. Ok, my rant is over.