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Old 04-21-2015, 07:42 PM   #1
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Google Street View - Alpine pic


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I had the coach home for wash and wax, they must have come down the street after they were finished....looking good!

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Old 04-23-2015, 11:35 PM   #2
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Lucky you! We can only park ours in our track for three days max. That's a really cool photo.

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Lucky you! We can only park ours in our track for three days max. That's a really cool photo.
You have a track on your property? I just have a driveway on our tract of land, only goes in so far and dead ends.
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I live in a PRD, so the HOA gets upset if parked more than two nights. I have the coach washed and waxed at the house four times a year, so the odds are against it getting into the pic.

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Here is a picture on Google of a friends Alpine in my driveway and my Alpine is parked behind his. Google also caught the wife walking one of our Dogs, Blaze when they went by. Fortunately, Ontario, California allows you to park your RV in your driveway provided it does not protrude past your driveway over the sidewalk.
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