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Old 01-16-2007, 08:21 AM   #15
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its been several years since I have been to Mulege. Will that RV park on the river hold a 40 footer? Last time I was down I was in a 24' with a Trophy 26' behind me

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Old 01-16-2007, 10:13 AM   #16
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We have two spaces in the "subdivision" aka trailer park we are in, and can fit a 40 in either one (and probably have the only real 50amp services south of Ensenada). There are a coupla other spaces suitable as well. For the Mulege stop we will have to bunk in 2 or 3 "parks" that are walking distance between each other or maybe all gather in Maria Isabel's depending on numbers.

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Old 01-16-2007, 08:25 PM   #17
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Wow, EM is leaving . EM single handedly made me look smart . He advised that I hang a ohm-volt meter, I think he called it a Multi Meter, in the battery bay of the Alpine . I look at it every time I check the batteries, it sure looks good hanging there . What is the best position for the dial? 12-3-6-or 9? The clock read out is only right 2 times a day, noon and mid-night

Actually the caravan sounds like a wonderful trip. Patty and I need more vacation time
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Tom, I think if the muli-meter, clock etc. reads correctly twice a day I believe it is working perfectly.
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Please count us in on the Baja trip. You will be very missed on the forum.

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Old 01-17-2007, 05:52 PM   #20
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Oops. I guess the winky face wasn't big enough to demonstrate my tounge-in-cheekiness. Usually my cheekiness is overly obvious. Chances are excellent I'll continue to post from time to time to time to time...
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Wow EngineerMike - you are one busy boy!!!


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