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Old 01-29-2016, 07:11 PM   #11
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When we go camping, the in-laws don't know where we are!

I try to keep our destination under wraps but kinda hard since they live with us
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Old 01-29-2016, 07:40 PM   #12
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Where are you camping? Perdenales? Looks like you got a nice site.
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Old 01-29-2016, 07:59 PM   #13
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Where are you camping? Perdenales? Looks like you got a nice site.
Hidden Cove on Lake Lewisville. I have a view of the lake from every window and full hookups for $42 a night.
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Hidden Cove on Lake Lewisville. I have a view of the lake from every window and full hookups for $42 a night.

Nice!
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Old 01-29-2016, 09:15 PM   #15
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Looks great Dan! Enjoy the trip! We are shivering up here in New York and counting down the weekends until we will be enjoying a cold one by a warm fire! 18 weekends until Memorial Day Weekend 2016!
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How was the first night?
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Old 01-30-2016, 11:02 AM   #17
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The 1st night was great! Used the heat pump for heat...only got into the high 50's here last night. I was wondering if I would miss not having the double pane Windows, but it is very well insulated. I set the heat pump to 67 last night and I only heard it kick on twice.

Used the outside cooktop last night...seemed to work well. I have the slow cooker plugged in the outside kitchen area now for some pulled pork for dinner tonight.

I pulled the regulator off of my Webber Q last night and attached the quick connect to it from the cheap grill that came with it. Grilled some cheeseburgers on it last night. I'm about to fire it up again for some hot dogs for lunch today.

On the downside, I did some cosmetic damage to the 2nd awning arm cover (the awning on the slide out). Pulling out of covered storage yesterday, I clipped the cover on the arm on the pole. I said manny colorful words! The boat that was parked next to me was very close to me, so I didn't have much wiggle room. The DW asked if she should watch while I pulled out...I said no, I got this! At least she didn't say I told you so. Nobody to blame but myself.
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How was the pressure in the Webber Danno?
Same flame as before?
I was wondering if the length of run weakens the flame a little.

I always hooked mine up to the rigs 30lb bottles before in my previous SOB, but I went through two Webber regulators because they would always over fill the big bottles.
Now I carry a 20lb bottle in the third propane storage and hook to that, but I'm thinking about using the Jayco's quick connect at the back.
I could never find the right part to connect to the Webber with the regulator removed.
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Good to hear your trip is going well. Sorry about the scratch
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Other than the initial parking space issues, sounds like everything has gone smoothly.

I really like the floorplan although I would have given serious thought to doing away with the in-law room!!
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