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jaycocreek

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Posted: 12/11/20 09:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Put my bumper step back on, I never should have taken it off..lol...zThe step stool approach doesn't work well in the snow.

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Put the truck and camper in storage after driving to SW Florida for the winter from our home in Seattle, a 4,000 mile trip.

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swapping to flannel sheets and down comforters. Loading in the reflectix window coverings, swapping out to two full propane tanks, loading in the gear for snow shoeing and generally getting ready to go to Lassen National Park in a couple of days (yes it is still open to self contained TCs).


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Posted: 12/12/20 04:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

the universal keys came for the compartment locks, they worked [emoticon] so no need to replace them.

Pressure washed the camper and alot of other stuff today. Will finish on the camper tomorrow. IT needs wax but temps crash monday so that will have to wait.


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Posted: 12/23/20 02:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

replaced the gear in the antenna so it works now. Got the locks compartment straightened out finally. Worked on the fantastic fan, dead motor so need to replace it. Investigated the awning gear, its stripped, never gonna find that t. Long list yet to go, paint jacks, window maintence, caulking, waxing and outdoor shower.

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Posted: 12/23/20 02:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Buzzcut1 wrote:

swapping to flannel sheets and down comforters. Loading in the reflectix window coverings, swapping out to two full propane tanks, loading in the gear for snow shoeing and generally getting ready to go to Lassen National Park in a couple of days (yes it is still open to self contained TCs).


Can you do a mini trip report? You've done one in the past and I'm looking to travel more there throughout the year. My daughter bought a cabin in Mill Creek just outside Mineral and the S entrance to the park. I also got her snow shoes for Xmas! Thanks-


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Buzzcut1 wrote:

swapping to flannel sheets and down comforters.

Flannel sheets are awesome. They are even better when with topped with an electric blankie to pre-warm the bed!


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Checked the voltage on the two batteries while it's in storage. 13.2 volts. That's how boring my life has become.


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Picked it up from the repair shop after nearly 3 months of waiting. All the damage caused by the lady backing into me a d nearly taking the rear Jack with her is repaired and the camper is ready for its next (hopefully less traumatic) adventure. Happy holidays to all!


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