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Old 10-01-2012, 01:47 AM   #1
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Great Trip this weekend!~

Packed up Beautiful Beulah and the dogs and drove over to Kennewick, WA to Columbia Park and hit the Richland Kennel Club dog shows this weekend.

Headed out of Town at 5:30pm on Friday, arrived at 11pm and got set up. They've now got 50am power or 20amp.. Realized I need to get a converter for my 30am to 50amp for my 'kit' luckily I had the 20am converter!

This was my 2nd trip out on my own in this rig (we've been living in this while rebuilding our home) Handled super had no problems backing into my spot even though I had to dodge a tree and a few other rigs and had no problem backing into our parking spot at home in the dark (Have to back through a gate).

Also came home with a "honey do" list LOL. Needs to add an outdoor power outlet so I don't have to run my dog dryer cord in through the doorway and need to mount a level on the driver's side so can have a better idea for parking.

All in all had a good trip. Now to face work tomorrow morning LOL
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:52 AM   #2
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Glad you had a great trip with the 'kids' ! I have come to find, (as others), every time you go on a trip, even a short camping trip, you come home with things to fix or modify. I recently added a new 120v outlet in a upper cabinet so we wouldn't have an extension cord running up the wall to the tv/dvd. I figure that's part of the "fun".
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:03 PM   #3
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Yes. Every new rig takes me about 20 trips to figure out what to add to make it perfect. LOL. Lucky for me DH is very handy
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