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Old 07-26-2013, 03:03 PM   #31
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dmax...it's $200/year for an outdoor storage spot...not indoor. If it was indoor at that rate I'd be doing a jig!
I should really slow down when I read these forums
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Old 07-26-2013, 03:07 PM   #32
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Yeah dmax...either clean those glasses or lay off the cocktails while you're in the forum! Ha ha.
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Old 07-26-2013, 04:04 PM   #33
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Yeah dmax...either clean those glasses or lay off the cocktails while you're in the forum! Ha ha.
I have 20/20 vision....

Ha ha ha
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Old 07-26-2013, 04:48 PM   #34
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I rent a spot at a co-workers property. Outdoor / fenced out of sight from the road. I pay 40 per month is a good deal for me since I trust them 100%. The only problem, I still pay for the spot for 5 months when I keep it in my driveway for the camping season. I have found other places i could pay more for, but only for he winter months. those places have seemed less than ideal...difficult access or on a farm not fenced and plainly seen from the road. There r others that want the spot so to keep it I gladly pay. I have access whenever I need, but since its on a residential rural property, I usually give a few days notice before coming by to do a monthly check during winter. I keep it covered with an adco cover.
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Old 07-26-2013, 06:39 PM   #35
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We pay $20/ month at a local abandoned campground. No water/ power/dump station anymore. But they do mow and fill in the potholes, and its only 5 minutes away. I do need to buy a cover.

And they have lots of owls, which is pretty cool when you're unhitching in the evening after a trip.
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We pay $65 a month for a storage facility less than mile from the house, with security cameras, access gate, high fence, etc. They also have covered parking is $110/mo, but other than the cover, there are no extras. And both options are on rock and gravel to prevent tires from sitting directly on soil.
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When we bought our TT I was adamant that I would get covered storage, rather than keep it in the driveway over winter. Cut a long story short the cheapest storage I could get was $100 a month for an old barn that looked like a mouse holiday home. So I bought an ADCO cover and kept it in the driveway. If I could have got storage for less than it cost to buy the cover I would have stored it no problem, just could not justify paying more a year than it cost for a cover.
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Old 07-28-2013, 11:01 AM   #38
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We pay $60 per month for outdoor storage in a fenced yard with surveillance cameras, electrical outlets and a dump station with water for washing down the RV. They also have a pressure washer one can use for a small fee. We also store a utility trailer behind the TT. We have a concrete pad beside the house, but our boat stores there.
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