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Old 12-10-2015, 10:03 PM   #2901
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Gotta post pictures or it did not happen!
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:10 AM   #2902
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Brought it home after a weekend out. Long to-do list this week, lots of cleaning to do before our next trip! I'm not even taking it back to storage!!
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Old 12-14-2015, 09:16 AM   #2903
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Checked the tire air pressures, got everything packed and loaded for a short journey south. Will hook up to the TV soon and start my 70 mile drive.
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Old 12-14-2015, 11:22 AM   #2904
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Put a new winter cover on. Did a great job yesterday in a windy rain storm very happy with it. this is my second Classic Accessories cover put the first one on a cabover camper
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Old 12-16-2015, 05:39 AM   #2905
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As soon as the sun comes up I will check tire pressures, install TPMS sensors, unhook external propane tank, and then start stowing all internal "stuff" for travel. Tomorrow morning I'm heading to Ft. Wilderness for Christmas. I will spend two nights getting there and the second night my daughter and her family will meet up with me in south Georgia in their MH. It is going to be a great week and Christmas at Disney with the grandchildren.
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Old 12-16-2015, 06:06 AM   #2906
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As soon as the sun comes up I will check tire pressures, install TPMS sensors, unhook external propane tank, and then start stowing all internal "stuff" for travel. Tomorrow morning I'm heading to Ft. Wilderness for Christmas. I will spend two nights getting there and the second night my daughter and her family will meet up with me in south Georgia in their MH. It is going to be a great week and Christmas at Disney with the grandchildren.
I am jealous. I so want to hit the road but we are moving. We close on the house Monday. So, I will be packing and hauling.

Have a great Christmas and burn a few logs for the rest of us stuck at home.

P.S. What TPMS did you go with?
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Old 12-16-2015, 06:30 AM   #2907
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I am jealous. I so want to hit the road but we are moving. We close on the house Monday. So, I will be packing and hauling.

Have a great Christmas and burn a few logs for the rest of us stuck at home.

P.S. What TPMS did you go with?
I have the TST 507 system. I bought it almost 5 years ago and love it. I have 8 sensors and leave the ones on my truck all the time, but I remove the ones on my 5'er when I'm parked for any extended period to save the batteries. Pressure activates the sensor transmitter. Am I saving much battery life by removing them? I have no idea, but it can't hurt. And this way I get to verify the sensor pressure agrees with my pressure gauge when I install them again for a trip.
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As soon as the sun comes up, I'll be loading a few things into the truck, packing stuff inside the TT for travel, then leaving the Imperial Dam LTVA. After stopping in Yuma for a few supplies, I'll be heading down to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument for a few days (or more) of camping.

I'm glad I left the TT hooked up to the TV when I arrived here a couple days ago. It'll make leaving so much easier. I just have to raise all the jacks and go!
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Old 12-18-2015, 04:48 AM   #2909
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As soon as the sun comes up, I'll be loading a few things into the truck, packing stuff inside the TT for travel, then leaving the Imperial Dam LTVA. After stopping in Yuma for a few supplies, I'll be heading down to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument for a few days (or more) of camping.

I'm glad I left the TT hooked up to the TV when I arrived here a couple days ago. It'll make leaving so much easier. I just have to raise all the jacks and go!
I arrived at an RV park yesterday for the night on my way to Ft. Wilderness. When I unhooked my 5'er I raised the landing gear to take the load off of my truck and pulled out as normal. Then checked the level of the 5'er and found that it was perfect without any change from when unhooking. This will make hooking back up nice.
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Old 12-18-2015, 08:50 AM   #2910
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Loaded up some groceries, brought the slide in, drained a little off the fresh water tank (I'm working on a pump problem and needed it full, but I don't want to haul it that way!), brought the stabs up, lined up the truck. Now all I have to do is pack my shaving kit, and drop her down on the hitch, connect up and off we go! Gotta get through a half-day at the office first though...
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