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Old 03-17-2013, 10:03 AM   #1
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Yaa!!! Dewinterize

Its that time in some area's. DE-WINTERIZE
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Old 03-17-2013, 10:10 AM   #2
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Thank you for the link. Not quite warm enough in South Dakota but soon. (Hopefully)
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Smile ALMOST!!

So ready to dewinterize!!!!
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:15 AM   #4
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Winterize??
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Winterise??? You do that by travelling south.
De-winterise?? By heading north.
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Looked out the window, not yet here.
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That is not a very good list - missing beer in the fridge for starters.
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Roger;

Your reminder is timely for a normal winter. However that Groundhog lied to us about an early spring. It will be at least 2 -3 weeks here in Wisconsin before I will chance it. Probably around April 15 and after I pay my taxes I may not have any money left to buy fuel.

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Hello,
New to this site irv2 just joined, I was just thinking about going out and start the MH 1982 Pace Arrow just to hear it prrrrrr. Read my new MH magazine my new boating Mag, and just wish I could put in gear and go.
I guess we won't get the potatoes in by Good Friday...
Its almost 30 "above"
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Roger;

Your reminder is timely for a normal winter. However that Groundhog lied to us about an early spring. It will be at least 2 -3 weeks here in Wisconsin before I will chance it. Probably around April 15 and after I pay my taxes I may not have any money left to buy fuel.

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Same here in MO! Keep thinking we have had the last snow----but another on the way today.
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Hello,
New to this site irv2 just joined, I was just thinking about going out and start the MH 1982 Pace Arrow just to hear it prrrrrr. Read my new MH magazine my new boating Mag, and just wish I could put in gear and go.
I guess we won't get the potatoes in by Good Friday...
Its almost 30 "above"
YES--looking at the seed catalogs--even if I no longer plant a garden! Not home now to take care of it now. MH keeps callling us.
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Hello,
New to this site irv2 just joined, I was just thinking about going out and start the MH 1982 Pace Arrow just to hear it prrrrrr. Read my new MH magazine my new boating Mag, and just wish I could put in gear and go.
I guess we won't get the potatoes in by Good Friday...
Its almost 30 "above"
Welcome to irv2 spritz.
It would be better for your Motor Home to put it into gear and take it for a ride than just sitting and let her run in driveway.
The ride will get all fluids moving in engine and trans and dry out condensation in the system.
Once you put to sleep in fall leave it that way until you will be using it.
Its good to exercise the Gen and run the AC's during winter months though.
Enjoy the forums.
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i had hoped to dewinterize SOON but in Va we are forecasted for 4-8 inches of snow today and tonight FIRE THE GROUNDHOG!!!!!!
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