Originally Posted by Eric009
We took the camper to Tennessee and had a good weekend under the circumstances. I felt bad that we had a nice camper to take to a camp ground and so many of our friends had to rough it. My brother is still without power, the utility guys told him a transformer was blown out on his street. Please remember the affected families in your thoughts and prayers.
You planned ahead. No reason to feel bad about it. My Eagle fiver has full propane, full water, full generator tank, and two weeks of food in stock which we rotate out, all for hurricane season which starts in three weeks.
I have family in the tornado affected areas, thankfully they are unscathed and have power. But they too have emergency plans, with my sister an RN, my niece an EMT, and my niece's husband a LEO.
Richard and Laura Ray
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"The Green Goblin" 2008 F-250 Lariat CC SB, 6.4 liter automatic, 4x4"Love Shack" 1995 Jayco Eagle 277 RBSS fifth-wheel