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Old 09-28-2015, 05:15 PM   #1
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Tacky Lights?

We definitely use them when camping at a campground. We sometimes use them when camping at a state park. I have several different kinds but these are my favorite because I love s'mores:
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Old 09-28-2015, 05:36 PM   #2
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Those have to be the tackiest lights ever!!! To save you any future embarrassment I will take them off your hands!!!! Lol

Where did you find those? We are always looking for different things for the campsite.
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I love the "tacky lights" ... you dont see them near as much as ya used to. I still have a few sets.
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ermm... who's lights are you calling tacky? Mine are blue
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Those have to be the tackiest lights ever!!! To save you any future embarrassment I will take them off your hands!!!! Lol

Where did you find those? We are always looking for different things for the campsite.
I tried to search the internet before I replied to you but I can't find them anymore! We actually purchased these about 11 years ago when we had our first pop-up. I don't remember where I got them but I think it was online. Sorry
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My wife loves her tacky lights. Cupcakes on one side, LED Solar powered Dragon Flies on the other side and then some simple "tiny" globe lights the hummingbirds love to visit hanging along the front edge of the Awning.
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We love our tacky lights I think it was the first thing my wife purchased after we signed the papers on the camper. She is always on the look out for new and different ones. Makes it easy for guests to find our site and it is always a conversation starter. Its all in good fun, even did a set of LED lights under the awning lip this past weekend so we can light the patio for mood or season.
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I tried to search the internet before I replied to you but I can't find them anymore! We actually purchased these about 11 years ago when we had our first pop-up. I don't remember where I got them but I think it was online. Sorry
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TY for trying!!! I tried searching as well.

They are awesome!!!
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We love our tacky lights I think it was the first thing my wife purchased after we signed the papers on the camper. She is always on the look out for new and different ones. Makes it easy for guests to find our site and it is always a conversation starter. Its all in good fun, even did a set of LED lights under the awning lip this past weekend so we can light the patio for mood or season.
I like how you wired them into the Dome light.
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I split the power wires going to the porch light so that I could disconnect the led light transformer and bring it inside at the end of the season. Also gave me the opportunity to use just the porch light if desired. I am going to put a switch on it for the porch bulb so it can be switched off instead of having to pull the bulb. Looking into wire chase molding on amazon to eliminate using tape. I'll take pics along the way so those interested could see the modification.
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