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pianotuna

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Posted: 10/01/20 08:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bob,

Good man!!!


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BobsYourUncle wrote:

HarleyEnough wrote:

Tow it back to your house and file a claim on your home owners insurance. They fixed my truck several years ago when a 20'x10' yard tent in our backyard blew up against and over my truck in a wind storm.

Sorry, but that doesn't sit well with me. Unless I could 100% legitimately claim it, I will eat the loss and know I did the right thing.
I could call the home insurance people, but I would tell them it was not at the home, it was not insured, it was in a paid storage facility miles from home etc. But I still wouldn't feel right about it, so I'm not going to try.


Wow guys, I never stated not to be straight forward with them. I believe in being super transparent and it's always worked well for me (and it's the adult thing to do). As I stated, get it out of the storage lot that you are paying for. Call your rep and see what they can do and if your home owners covers it. Good luck...that's the end of me taking my time to try and help a guy out with some ideas.


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Posted: 10/02/20 09:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

......should have, could have, would have

1. Hindsight shows you should have sold it when you first had the idea

2. ALWAYS insure anything of value -- the lower the value, and the less it's used, the cheaper the insurance.

Sorry for your loss.

Happy travels!


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A1ARealtorRick wrote:

......should have, could have, would have

Happy travels!

My life is full of these!!
Got myself into plenty of hot water in my 66 years by doing this frequently...
I was going to do something about my procrastination, but I never got around to it....
Will I ever learn? Nah, probably not! [emoticon][emoticon]
But that's OK, Life is Good!


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The frozen underwear story is great too. If I'm in the right crowd and I tell the right people the story right I can get a Ewww reaction.

I think you should sell the parts. Then get another camper. Then start all over again ! That way I can have more stories to tell about this guy I once heard about.

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Charlie, the stories will never end!

But having stopped my lone out of town working excursions, there is less to tell.

The butter story, the underwear story - taking my fridge for a walk end over end around the parking lot when it quit, other stories - it all makes me smile! [emoticon] It was all a great ride, loved every minute of it!

I have another camper.

I have been meaning to change the TT in my sig pic to my current rig, but I cannot find any software on my Win 10 machine to resize it to suit the rules. Don't remember what I used the last time, I had Photoshop on my old computer but not this one.

Yeah, guess I should figure it out and change my sig!

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There, changed my sig pic to show our Tango

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