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Posted: 11/04/07 10:42pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How many have a Christmas tree's in there fulltime rig?


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Never leave home without it. DW decorated MH while in Pecos last Christmas.

just added electric fireplace/heater so this Christmas should be even cosier.

Still a little early for me,,,,,but

Merry Christmas


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We have a 3', lighted tree that we have had for 8 years. A few ornaments, and knick knacks and outside lights that we have not used in years! Should do something about them.....


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No room in the mh. Last year, we were at my dd's country home in S GA, we cut one in the woods and trimmed it. We had a great time. This year we are managing a tree lot, so we will have LOT'S of trees.

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OpenRoadsUSA wrote:

Never leave home without it. DW decorated MH while in Pecos last Christmas.

just added electric fireplace/heater so this Christmas should be even cosier.

Still a little early for me,,,,,but

Merry Christmas

I have had a Dimplex Electric Fireplace/Heater in the M/H for many years.
The nicest item I have bought for the M/H. Sets next to the Bar I built for the booth area ( That I tore out )
Had sw trouble with the first one that I had for 5 years and Dimplex sent me a brand new one , with a remote On/Off control FREE.
Can't beat that deal..Good people to deal with.....
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I do decorate the Motor Home for Christmas every year.
Lots of lights outside with a 4 foot decorated xmas tree, also out side.
Lived on a boat for 17 years ( In the Californa delta )and also decorated that up every year.
Had over 40,000 lights/moving animations on it one year.
Big 30-40 boat parade in the evening (At dark) every year.

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We go "all out" for Christmas. Put a 7' pre-lit tree on the patio alon with several fiber optic snowmen, santa, etc. Completely outlined the coach with 1200 mini lites last year and will do the same this year. To top it off we put a 1' reindeer out in front of the coach and attached a pair of red ribbons to it to act as reins and are waiting for the reindeer to pull us


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Posted: 11/05/07 08:25am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

countryside2007 wrote:

How many have a Christmas tree's in there fulltime rig?


YUP! And I don't have to water it and it's fireproof!
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* This post was edited 11/05/07 08:59am by rockhillmanor *


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Posted: 11/05/07 08:46am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We use a Lighted Bead Christmas Tree. It's about 12" tall. I have no idea how to post a pic of it, but they are relatively easy to make and small enough to store when not in use.


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Posted: 11/05/07 08:56am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

[quote=2Rovers]We use a Lighted Bead Christmas Tree. It's about 12" tall. I have no idea how to post a pic of it, but they are relatively easy to make and small enough to store when not in use.[/quote] would like to see it! go to [url=photobucket.com]photobucket.com[/url] upload your picture from your computer (instructions are easy to use on this site) once your picture is uploaded, under the pix will be a link that starts and ends with [img] copy the link and then just paste the link on the forum. Good luck , hope we see your picture soon!

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Posted: 11/05/07 09:31am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks Rockhillmanor.... I'll try. Here goes.

A pic of our Lighted Beaded Christmas Tree (we make these and they are relatively easy)


Hmmmmm.... that didn't work. I'll work on it some more. [emoticon]

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