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Old 09-18-2014, 07:33 PM   #1
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First trip!!

Weather sucks but it didn't kep us away!!! All systems operational and this was the best investment we've made in a long time!! Let the relaxation begin!!



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Old 09-18-2014, 07:34 PM   #2
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And we are the ONLY ones in the park right now!!
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Old 09-18-2014, 08:36 PM   #3
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Well not all systems. The LP sensor keeps acting up now. Can't figure out why. I dont smell propane anywhere.

Citronella candles are killing us though.
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Old 09-18-2014, 08:44 PM   #4
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The really nice thing about a camper is that you can go out in weather like that and be warm and dry unless you don't want to. ;-)
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Old 09-18-2014, 09:00 PM   #5
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Looks like you are having fun.

We are also out weather looks the same but who cares.
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If you used any spray cleaners in the RV near the sensor it can set it off. I would wipe down the sensor and immediate wall area with a damp towel and see if that helps. Where are you,that looks like a great campground and nice big spots...Have fun
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X2 on the cleaners and add aerosol product to the list of things that will set it off. Also may try blowing the dust off the sensor.
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Reminder to keep one awning corner lower when its raining to prevent pooling on the awning. Ps, nice rig
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Looking Good !!!!

Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I think it's even better knowing the work you put into your rig is paying off now.
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Very nice set up! Isn't it fun...rain or no rain, just getting away from the norm. x2 for your location....or is it a secret?
Have fun, safe travels!
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If you used any spray cleaners in the RV near the sensor it can set it off. I would wipe down the sensor and immediate wall area with a damp towel and see if that helps. Where are you,that looks like a great campground and nice big spots...Have fun
Wolf Creek Park in Coldspring Texas.

We are STILL the only ones here too! I expect the masses to arrive this afternoon.
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Very nice set up! Isn't it fun...rain or no rain, just getting away from the norm. x2 for your location....or is it a secret?
Have fun, safe travels!
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Not a secret... but lot 50 is our favorite. It's on the end and we don't have to look at neighbors! We have an unobstructed view of the lake and trees.
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We have always stayed at lake livingston state park. I have heard Wolf Creek is nice but never imagined it would be THAT nice. We have to make it there later this year. Hope you guys are not getting all the rain that is in Houston at the moment.
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We have always stayed at lake livingston state park. I have heard Wolf Creek is nice but never imagined it would be THAT nice. We have to make it there later this year. Hope you guys are not getting all the rain that is in Houston at the moment.
Our plan was to stay at LLSP, but there were no waterfront lots available. We are SO thankful a family member told us about Wolf Creek. It beats the State Park hands down all day long. And it's cheaper too!! And DEFINITELY not as crowded.
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