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Old 03-31-2014, 03:52 PM   #991
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removed, re-filled and re-installed my LP tank. Was going to open up the camper to air out and start cleaning inside some but the pollen floating around the air here makes it impossible.
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:08 PM   #992
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Put seam sealer on both bunk ends then sat in it for a while just thinking about my next trip down the West Coast next month for 7 weeks.
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Old 03-31-2014, 05:15 PM   #993
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Opened her up to air out a bit. Spring break is getting close!
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Old 03-31-2014, 06:50 PM   #994
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Picked her up from the dealer after having her spring checkup and dropped her off back at the storage facility.
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Brought it home from winter storage after we had warrenty work done at the dealer. Dewinterized it and am getting ready for our first camping trip at the end of the month.
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Old 04-01-2014, 02:12 PM   #996
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Brought it home from winter storage after we had warrenty work done at the dealer. Dewinterized it and am getting ready for our first camping trip at the end of the month.
Ahhhh.... are going to the Chain of Lakes state park? I lived in Spring Grove..
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Nope Mustang65, out to Apple River Canyon SP. Been to Chain of Lakes SP many times...really nice place.
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Ordered new locks all keyed the same, thank you forum for that information .
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so how bad is the pollen in May? coming down to stay at the k.o.a in mrytle beach...its gonna be our first trip with our new Jayco 324BTS
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Hello race fans,

My '97 Jayco Ford E250 Ext. Club Wagon was due for some TLC. Took all the door panels off and installed new elastic on the door pockets. Then sanded, stained original color, then top coated with a urethane lacquer., all door interior wood trim. Looking like new it is!

12VDC/AC TV is due to be delivered in a few days. Making a MOD that will have the TV in same spot, but be able to utilize the increased storage from where the old CRT type TV was. Original TV was a 13", and new one is a 15.6". Attaching a small brass hinge across the back of the TV, and then screwing opposing hinge to top of the wood where the old TV was and then attaching two small telescoping arms with lock set. There is a small frame like wood trim piece that kept the old TV from falling out of the factory spec'd sized hole, and I will be removing that piece entirely. I can lift up the TV and lock it in place while accessing storage. Yahoo!

Anyone have any thoughts on my upcoming To Do List?
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