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Ordered wide braid straps to ground tHe ladder to the frame, picked up wiring for two dedicated inverter outlets for tvs/DVD players and charging laptops.


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Hi all,

Closed the pass through storage compartment that I forgot to close last night.


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Tested the water heater. It seems to be fussy about starting. Son showed me that there is a restart button. Pushed it and eventually the heater fired up fine.

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Tackled what I thought was a leaking water line behind the outdoor shower. Had to take out the chase on the streetside of the bedroom to access the back of the shower, LUCKY, it was only the nuts on the water lines coming in to the water faucet. They were finger tight. Well they are tight now. I don't like the set up of pullling out the piece of junk hose that was orginal to the coach, I am working on something else to make it easier to use the out door shower, thinking of quick disconnect, put the hose and shower head in a storage compartment,and make up a hose to use to fill buckets etc.
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I did some what the same with my outside shower. Store hose and head in a bin. Added insulation in the outside shower area as our travels are often in cooler weather.


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Brought it home from the storage lot to clean it up after our two week trip to Michigan. Bugs on the front were really gutsy, but Awesome did the trick.


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Used it as an on-street base for Bele Chere, our big annual street festival. Got there about 7 am Saturday and managed to snag my favorite hilltop parking space, level, shaded most of the day, alongside a wide sidewalk, right at the edge of the closed off festival area. It turned into a lovely afternoon, cooler and less humid than it has been, so I only needed to run the generator for A/C for about two hours. Very enjoyable.

Jim, "Ever seen an ostrich take a dump? It's a darn good thing they can't fly!"


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Hi,

Washed all the bed clothes after my recent 21 day trip.

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Today we ripped out all the rotten wood on the front right side of our C. It'll be replaced. Next is to cut out the small section of rotted floor in the same area. Apparently the last owner had a leak for a long time that was ignored or hidden from their view.


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Just got back from a round trip - Harrisburg, PA / Marietta GA.

Air conditioner died in South Carolina and we had to scrub two of the three days of dog show. Many thanks to the good folks at Three Way Campers in Marietta for their awesome service so our dogs wouldn't roast.


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