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Old 06-07-2018, 11:43 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Forkyfork View Post
We have lot camped a few times since. The noise from the trucks is at least consistent and easier to sleep through. We were in an RV park next to a Monaco that was running something really loud that cycled on and off all night. It was cold so it was probably related to heat. It woke me every time it cycled. Sounded like a jet powered leaf blower. Lol
Probably Aqua Hot or something similar. They're not only noisy but smell, also. The owners probably don't hear them inside but the neighbor sure does. We've moved a couple times because of them.

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Old 06-08-2018, 04:54 AM   #16
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Giant parking lots like Walmart, stores like Cabelas and Cracker Barrell, all travel centers, nice rest areas, we stay in them all for a few good hrs sleep and we move on. Sure, anywhere that fits your rig will suit you fine Being next to any running trucks etc never bother us one bit. We sleep great and hit the road, we do it all the time. Safe travels!!!

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