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Old 12-09-2010, 11:25 AM   #1
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Once in awhile I do a lil nite riding, sometimes hard to find camp and everyone having the flag with blinking led's doesn't help anyone know of something a lil different?

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Are you asking about how to get back to your campsite after a night ride? Is your phone GPS enabled? You could always mark the spot of your campsite or trace your route!

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Old 12-31-2010, 10:51 PM   #3
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Take a 2 pronged Emergency flasher plug and install it into the 3&4 slots of your trailer plug and this will cause all the tail and clearance light to flash at the same time.

This is different and WILL STAND OUT and get everyones attention!
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Take a 2 pronged Emergency flasher plug and install it into the 3&4 slots of your trailer plug and this will cause all the tail and clearance light to flash at the same time.

This is different and WILL STAND OUT and get everyones attention!
That procedure is normally used by boondockers out West when they have an emergency to highlight their RV so emergency vehicles can locate them quickly in the desert. Every GPS unit has the ability to mark where you park quickly and easily bu just using the "home" reference. No reason to ever have difficulty returning to your RV.
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Finding your home in the dark

http://flagpolebuddy.com/Home_Page.php has 3 different types of lighting. Type and color is individual choice to include height of pole. I have the solar globe.
My GPS is great for traveling on established roads but does not identify obstructions on open land.
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