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Old 03-08-2016, 08:21 AM   #3191
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Canceled our trip this week, as my little one brought home a stomach bug and we all have managed to catch it!
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Old 03-08-2016, 02:35 PM   #3192
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Canceled our trip this week, as my little one brought home a stomach bug and we all have managed to catch it!
We've been passing a BAD stomach bug around our house for weeks now. My son and I are going through it AGAIN now, this'll be the 3rd time in a month I've had some kind of major digestive issue. That's more times than I've had combined in my whole life.

We had to cancel our last trip of the season because of it the first time it went around our house. My son picked it up from day care; infected the whole house. It's our busy season at work, so after that cancellation, I winterized the trailer and put it to sleep until mid April or early May.

I thought about going to get it from storage just to park it in the driveway for a couple days...
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Old 03-08-2016, 03:35 PM   #3193
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We've been passing a BAD stomach bug around our house for weeks now. My son and I are going through it AGAIN now, this'll be the 3rd time in a month I've had some kind of major digestive issue. That's more times than I've had combined in my whole life.

We had to cancel our last trip of the season because of it the first time it went around our house. My son picked it up from day care; infected the whole house. It's our busy season at work, so after that cancellation, I winterized the trailer and put it to sleep until mid April or early May.

I thought about going to get it from storage just to park it in the driveway for a couple days...
Guess it just wasn't meant to be...Just got a call from the RV dealer and my RV won't be ready tomorrow morning as promised! Only good news is that they told me I can have 25% of anything in their parts dept for my inconvenience. I didn't tell them that we cancelled and we all were sick.
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Old 03-08-2016, 04:21 PM   #3194
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Old 03-08-2016, 06:14 PM   #3195
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Installed a new Sealand 310 lo-profile w/ sprayer for my wife. The old Thetford was fine but to high for her.

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Old 03-08-2016, 06:52 PM   #3196
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Thinking about doing an early de winterization with it.
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Old 03-08-2016, 07:28 PM   #3197
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Ordered the LED's, magnetic switches, misc connectors and a Progressive EMS so I have something to do inside the trailer when it comes out of storage in 23 days.
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Old 03-08-2016, 09:48 PM   #3198
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The weather forecast has been for possible large hail. Because I've been slack about getting a cover built for it, I figured the only protection I could provide was to get it under some trees. All the trees had limbs too low for the trailer. So spent two days trimming trees so I could get the TT under them. Just have fingers crossed it wasn't necessary.

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Old 03-08-2016, 10:34 PM   #3199
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I have a 10 ft kayak on my ladder for a year now. Bolted a kayak rack to the ladder and used the straps to hold it in place.
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I have a 10 ft kayak on my ladder for a year now. Bolted a kayak rack to the ladder and used the straps to hold it in place.
We see them a lot on MH's. What holds the ladder in place other than a few wood screws? I would be very cautious with that. A small limb or a curb could pull the whole thing off ladder and all.

But it works for you. I am having to limit my lifting and it looks like a solution.
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