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Old 02-17-2016, 04:05 PM   #1
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When is it going to stop

Geezzzz Louise, bought a Jayco 321rsts in October, in storage at the dealer for the winter. Just got 50cm of snow yesterday and starting againg today don't get me wrong, I like snow but this year it's getting on my nerves, will I ever bring this trailer home?
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Old 02-17-2016, 05:56 PM   #2
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Geezzzz Louise, bought a Jayco 321rsts in October, in storage at the dealer for the winter. Just got 50cm of snow yesterday and starting againg today don't get me wrong, I like snow but this year it's getting on my nerves, will I ever bring this trailer home?
That's very irritating for sure. Here it's been in the 70's (F) and been working every weekend. Can't break free to go camping. THAT'S just as bad as your situation in my opinion.
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Old 02-17-2016, 09:03 PM   #3
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Geezzzz Louise, bought a Jayco 321rsts in October, in storage at the dealer for the winter. Just got 50cm of snow yesterday and starting againg today don't get me wrong, I like snow but this year it's getting on my nerves, will I ever bring this trailer home?
I will trade you for rain. We are +12" above normal over the past 3 months. I am so sick of hearing the forecaster say "heavy rain this week"......
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Geezzzz Louise, bought a Jayco 321rsts in October, in storage at the dealer for the winter. Just got 50cm of snow yesterday and starting againg today don't get me wrong, I like snow but this year it's getting on my nerves, will I ever bring this trailer home?

Come on I know you got a good dump of snow yesterday but overall it is Feb. still and we have been pretty light on the snow this year as well as pretty warm on the temp compared to normal!

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Both my wife and I will burn a few extra firewood logs for you guys stuck in the snow, bad weather and working weekends! We here in AZ are experiencing temps in the 80s, and no rain! But, the allergies have kicked up and the descending of millions of snowbirds from all over the country. So, we have more out of state vehicles and more pollution into our air. So, leaving the Valley for cleaner air is our excuse. Stay warm and dry everyone. We're pulling for you!
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I will trade you for rain. We are +12" above normal over the past 3 months. I am so sick of hearing the forecaster say "heavy rain this week"......
oh cmon! its fun! (as i watch my unit suck it up like a sponge)
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Gee I am storing my trailer (and me) under a palm tree in SoCal for the winter.
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