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Old 02-22-2015, 11:37 AM   #11
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We are having unusually warm weather in the Pacific Northwest so we took our new 24 FBS out for it's maiden voyage last week. Now it's back at the dealer for a slide adjustment (comes in crooked), refrigerator repair (blinking green light) and window repair (one won't open and other handle came off). It's driving me crazy not to be able to pick up and go. Maybe another week to go to scratch that itch again? :-)
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Old 02-22-2015, 12:46 PM   #12
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Spoon, no offense taken. I'm keeping occupied by surfing for helpful mods and storage ideas....lots to learn....and do!!
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Really feel for those of you experiencing this winter's horrid storms and huge snow drifts! California could sure use some of your weather as our drought is very serious! Am working 4-day work-weeks AND can telecommute, so almost monthly since we got the TT we've been beach boondocking near Santa Cruz; in February it even got to 85 degrees!
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