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Old 04-30-2014, 12:42 AM   #11
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We will be heading for the Oregon coast when the monsoon season is over. From the pics it looks like a successful trip.
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Old 04-30-2014, 03:07 AM   #12
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Old 04-30-2014, 12:20 PM   #13
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You have a great-looking rig, there. Looks and sounds like you had a great first outing. Hope there are many, many more down the road.
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Sound like you had a pretty good first outing. Where you going next weekend?
Looks like our next trip won't be until Memorial Day weekend and we will pull the Trailer over Mt. Hood to Cove Palisades.

Our spot backs up to the edge of the "canyon" that is Lake Billy Chinook and we will have a great view (weather permitting) of Mt Jefferson and Three Fingered Jack.
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We will be heading for the Oregon coast when the monsoon season is over. From the pics it looks like a successful trip.
I do love the Oregon Coast and waiting for the monsoon season to be over definitely works, but sometimes the Oregon Coast on a stormy afternoon is just to hard to pass.
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Old 05-02-2014, 04:03 PM   #16
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Congrats on the maiden voyage!

The awning behavior sounds normal, it is a "dump" feature (dumps gathered rain water out so it doesn't build up and rip up the awning or bend the supports). It also keeps the awning from getting torn up by allowing the supports to move when it's windy instead of having them rigid, leaving only the awning itself to take the brunt and get ripped up.
Thanks, appreciate the feedback. I figured this had something to do with the design, but being my first powered awning, I was a little worried. Hopefully the weather clears up and this wont be an issue again....BUT, its Oregon, so its always 50/50 chance of Rain.
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