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Old 02-06-2009, 06:11 PM   #15
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Looks like a patio rug rolled up on top of the class C, too.
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Too Funny! I saw this guy at john Prince park last weekend! What this is an example of is how to put other on the road in an unsafe position and the highway patrol letting him get away with it.

What on earth is packed in all those storage boxes! I am a full timer in a class a. My pass through bay are mostly empty.
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I'm guessing he doesn't have to worry about holding tank odor inside the RV anymore, and look at the $$ he must save on tank deoderizer! It looks like he's got a roll of carpet or something next to that pod on the roof also. Seems like he must have all the comforts of home!
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that outhouse could just be an empty shell of a decoy, but that guy has never had one person tailgate him
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Old 02-07-2009, 12:32 PM   #19
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About 6 years ago I saw an older motorhome headed north on I-95 with a full size washing machine strapped on one of those extended hitch carriers.

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I'm guessing he has some type of cart in that shed to get around in when stopped. I'm wondering how he gets it all loaded and unloaded when coming or going?
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