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Old 01-17-2012, 06:10 PM   #29
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i thought on that right after got my tc...having screw anchors made just for that possiblity..run them into the ground and hook up to tiedowns with 3inch rachet tiedowns...

like the hermit crab i wish to take my home with me
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:18 PM   #30
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Tornadoes we can't do much with, try to duck into the nearest hole.

Hurricanes, if they come into the Gulf we're gone. If we don't know exactly where to go, north is a good general direction. Gus and Ike cost me some money. We went to the Tiffin Service Center in Red Bay, AL to escape the storms. Well, while we were there, got rid of the couch we didn't like, had a new computer desk built and installed, some mood lighting put in over the slides and under the kitchen cabinets, a new Euro Lounger to replace the couch - well, you get my drift. Expensive hurricanes. The house was fine when we got back home. Oh yeh, blew a tire on the way home. $5,000 damage to the coach, rim, and tire.

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