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Old 05-02-2016, 08:10 PM   #1
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It's that time of the month again.....

WOW...it is MAY 2nd ALREADY!!!!

If you have already pulled your RV out of storage (or using it already) it is

TIME TO CHECK YOUR:

- Battery voltage!!!
- Battery(s) water level!!!
- Batteries terminal connections!!!
- AC air FILTER!!!
- LP Levels!!!
- TT Tire Pressure!!!
- TEST CO alarm!!!
- TEST SMOKE detector!!!
- TP (stock up)
- Replace your PEPPERMINT oil in your storage compartments.
- Enough BEER in Fridge!!


Have a GREAT EVENING!!!

Don
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:17 PM   #2
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I'll cover the last one and send the rest of the list to the hubby to take care of.

While we can't go anywhere due to the kids' commitments, I am really happy we have an extended camping season owning a TT now. With our PUP, we really only went July and August as other months were hit and miss and often too cold at night. We once had below freezing temps at night at the end of August and that sucked.
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:29 PM   #3
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I'll cover the last one and send the rest of the list to the hubby to take care of. .... We once had below freezing temps at night at the end of August and that sucked.
We lived on the Illinois side of the IL/Wi boarder (looked out our window and there was Wisconsin). I remember in mid September having our first frost, that is why we are in Florida now... it is a lot easier using the blower to clear the little bit of sand off of the driveway, opposed to 3 feet of snow on a 75 foot driveway

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