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Old 08-09-2014, 06:14 AM   #21
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AWESOME!!! I am so jealous right now! My mother is from Nova Scotia. We still have family up there and when I was a little kid we rented a motorhome and took a vacation up there.

I can't wait for the day when I have the time and money to take my family up there to visit. It is beautiful country up there! My family are farmers up there and had land close to the water.

Enjoy and share lots of pictures please!
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:51 AM   #22
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Will do that soon!


@Dagwood, the management seemed more interested in banking cash from clients than actually serving them and ensuring they are pleased. I understand that their fee included the park entry, but $69 compared to $34-38 I paid everywhere else....!!!!


And their park, it would need some loving I tell you. I'm not mad I went, just very pleased that I was there only for one night and that Lunenburg was close by so we could go somewhere!!!
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Old 08-11-2014, 09:48 PM   #23
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Salsa, check your ac mounting bolts, the secondary roads are rough in NS. They might need to be tightened. I speak from experience.
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Yes that's what I will be doing next time I take the TT out for a trip, forgot to check them when I got back home...

I have not checked them yes on this unit, but I suspect the bolts are accessible from inside the TT on the model I have?!
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Yes that's what I will be doing next time I take the TT out for a trip, forgot to check them when I got back home...

I have not checked them yes on this unit, but I suspect the bolts are accessible from inside the TT on the model I have?!
When you remove the filter for cleaning, look up into the hole and you should see a bolt and nut in each corner. Make sure the gasket between the ac unit and the roof is compressed evenly and there isn't any gap to allow water through. Keep an eye out for any drip stains, that will indicate any water passing through that wasn't enough to actually drip down to the living area.
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