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Old 04-08-2005, 10:03 AM   #1
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Well, in my case, it's when the UPS driver starts greeting you on a first name basis at the house as he delivers yet another box of goodies for the motorhome.

My kids helped dig through all the packing material to find all the gadgets in the box...Anyone care to guess where this box came from and what's in it?

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Well, in my case, it's when the UPS driver starts greeting you on a first name basis at the house as he delivers yet another box of goodies for the motorhome.

My kids helped dig through all the packing material to find all the gadgets in the box...Anyone care to guess where this box came from and what's in it?

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RV Upgrades......outside cleaners /mop/brush to fit on hose. To get the outside clean and shiny
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"How to know when its spring in the north "

Awww shucks, thats easy... We just look out the window at all the RV's coming into the park with yankee license plates on them..

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Well here on the high desert of south west Oregon it's spring when you wake up on the 8th of April and there's been only 4 inches of snow overnight.
All gone by 1000hrs though. We will take all the moisture we can get.
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Out in here in West Texas you know it's spring when the mesquite trees start budding out. Up until that happens it is not spring.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Allegro Happy:
RV Upgrades......outside cleaners /mop/brush to fit on hose. To get the outside clean and shiny </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Well, Sue you guessed it pretty close.

It was from RVUpgrades, We got the whole Shurhold kit, Magic Mix for the Aluminum wheels to make em all shiny, and a Progressive Industries Surge Protector, that I just finished testing. Really neat item I hope to write up a report on it in the next couple days.

Oh yeah, almost forgot the "Lil Stanker" You'll have to check out the website to see what that is
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Old 04-12-2005, 04:21 AM   #8
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When the black flies get so bad, you can't go out, then spring has arrived. Thankfully they don't last too long.

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I also just installed ANOTHER Progressive surge protector on our MH. I left my other one on our MH that we traded, thinking the electrical panel on the new one did the same thing. The other protectors they were selling at the FMCA Rally in Perry Ga last month does not have all the goodies that the Progressive one has. I especially like the continious read-out of the volts, cycle, and amps used and etc. s/Toby
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Ahh! Springtime in Texas. This one is for all those Texas Boomers. Enjoy the sights.

http://home.earthlink.net/~aeronotes...as_weather.htm
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Its when all the snow birds return home
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88 here today. Almost time to put the RV in storage till next season.
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Ken. Have you tried out Mt Lemon. I used to pull 16' Layton up there, later took my 24' Class C up. Haven't been up there in a couple years so don't know the status of the road. I also haven't been up there since the fire. Will try my Class A in a while.

I tangled with bears at MT Lemon but haven't heard of any problems lately.

Bad tangle with bears at Rustler Park campground in the Chiricahuas.

Course no forest organization wants to hear of bear problems as it's Game and Fish department.

All these high elevations are cool. Makes for a nice break from the summer heat.

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Ah...springtime in Manitoba is here.I saw my first mosquito .That means more on the way .
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