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Old 01-09-2015, 07:20 AM   #15
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My daughter and her hubby and son drove from Southern GA to Wyoming for Christmas/New year... All you need to do is ... The reverse.

We have a few vacant sites here in Cathead Creek, out in the middle of .. Nothing much at all,, (Very nice little RV park).

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Old 01-09-2015, 05:23 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Mr_D View Post
I did drive my RV to work for years, but it as a 17' Type B MH with a 460 engine and back in 1988-97 when we traded it.
Never have really had to do a full tuck in during winter due to the milder climate here in Vegas. Like Mr_D, same here, but for only a year. Mine, at the time was an '87 Toyota Dolphin Micro Class C. For just over a year of the four that we lived in it while stationed in Phoenix, I got up in the mornings, unplugged from the power, rolled it off the 2 by 12 blocks and drove it to work. After work, it was back it back up on the blocks, plug in, shower and drain the tanks. After a year, we were able to get a second driver and we could leave it on blocks for extended periods of time.

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