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Old 07-21-2010, 09:33 AM   #21
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This is the one we purchased from camping world. Fits just fine in the outdoor receptacle.

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...or-timer/37704
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Old 07-21-2010, 09:57 AM   #22
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Thanks for the link Hondo !!!
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We considered the lights, but when we wound up with the flat pitch electric awning, we knew the lights were not going to work. Our awning is extremely wind/breeze sensitive and it must be brought in at a moments notice or anytime we leave for more than a few minutes. Those lights look really nice with your tt
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Thanks Healthi !!!

Our awning is a Colorado, and still appears to be in very good condition. I do understand about awning paranoia. Our last TT had a awning system that was a quite difficult to put up (even w/2 people) and very sensitive to any sort of questionable weather. So we never set it up. It's really nice to have one now that I can setup & close by myself, including the new lights.
I never dreamed that the difference between an 18' and a 31' would be so enormous. Whoa !!!
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Old 08-08-2010, 09:19 PM   #25
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Get'n There .....



Have done a few projects at the camp site: (pics on the way)

1)Pulled out the Jayco and re-leveled (totally successful)
2)Mounted 18.5" LCD in MstBdr
3)A partial rock re-do under TT
4)Replace Flex SewerLine with PVC

We figure by the time we get to the point where we can go there and just relax should be next season. Right ........
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I hang my awning lights and keep an eye on the wind situation. My awning has no wind sensors so I can anchor it down if needed with slip knots.
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Old 08-23-2010, 10:45 PM   #27
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That's a good looking setup. I'm not familiar with seasonal campgrounds like that. Do you have to pull the trailer out in the winter or does it just stay there year round?
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Thanks RWF !!! Appreciate the compliments ....

The new owners (of 3yrs) have allowed the "Seasonal" campers to keep their units parked at their sites. Upon further discussion w/the owners there may be issues with this as soon as winter '11.

Not sure if that would irritate the "Seasonals" that have been parked there for years.
They have a guy that comes by to do any winterizing requests. Talk about your "captive audience" .....

We have already decided that we would have it towed to storage, winterized, and hopefully covered by '11. This winter it will be where it is and winterized.
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