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Old 09-07-2016, 11:45 AM   #15
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We're in New England so we get hurricanes and ice storms as well as roof-crushing snow.
Ouch !!

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Old 09-07-2016, 04:39 PM   #16
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I don't know which is worse for RVs, the tropical storms you get, or the ice storms we get.
Here in the southwest we get heat storms in the summer that turn the trailer into an oven. In the winter I've seen it get down into the low 50's in the trailer. Just brutal.

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This is why I have full coverage on it. Costs extra but if it gets destroyed I get a new one.....
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Knight storm. It has been a while. How did you fair thru that storm you were concerned about?? Dusty
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Hermine ended up being nothing but the tropical storm warnings were up for almost a week.

Irene and Sandy both had us without power for a week each with major tree damage but I didn't have the TT back then.
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Well that is really good to hear. I hope you have a great camping season... Dusty

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