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Old 06-18-2016, 09:32 PM   #15
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I never thought about the swing of the rear end, and it does have a massive over hang I should probably get some practice in on it as soon as I get home.

The DW has been keeping me informed about the heat back there (granted here by the Arabian Sea it's been really hot during the day and muggy at night).

I especially heard about it when the AC at our house went bad. I've never been happier to live on base as I was when I didn't have to pay to replace the AC unit.

I don't actually know how far Lake Eufaula is from Midwest City, but we want to see something besides big city, and Aircraft.

Forgive my ignorance but what does COE stand for? Also have you heard of a lot of people being turned away due to the length of their MH?
COE's are Army Corps of Engineers camp grounds Tulsa District Recreation

I was in Saudi Arabia working many years ago and it was 130 in the day and 90 at night right on the gulf. At night the power would go out. and along with it the A/C

When you return you will feel right art home with the heat. The lake is 2 hours from MC 136 miles.

When you get up around 40 feet is when you have trouble finding spots National parks are limited to around 30 feet.
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COE stands for Corp of Engineers. They have campgrounds at some of the lakes they manage.

This picture shows what can happen when you don't pay attention to your tail swing. Coming out of a tight gas station in Redding, CA and keeping an eye on the front when the rear caught the guard post at the pumps. $10,801 later it is fixed. ($800 deductible for us.) I am very aware of my tail swing now...
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COE's are Army Corps of Engineers camp grounds Tulsa District Recreation

I was in Saudi Arabia working many years ago and it was 130 in the day and 90 at night right on the gulf. At night the power would go out. and along with it the A/C

When you return you will feel right art home with the heat. The lake is 2 hours from MC 136 miles.

When you get up around 40 feet is when you have trouble finding spots National parks are limited to around 30 feet.
I'm not too far away from Saudi, luckily our power is a little more reliable, and thank you for the Distance info as well as explaining what a COE was I didn't know those even existed.

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COE stands for Corp of Engineers. They have campgrounds at some of the lakes they manage.

This picture shows what can happen when you don't pay attention to your tail swing. Coming out of a tight gas station in Redding, CA and keeping an eye on the front when the rear caught the guard post at the pumps. $10,801 later it is fixed. ($800 deductible for us.) I am very aware of my tail swing now...
That is definitely an ouch to the pocket book moment, makes me really wish the DW had a job even while she's going to school. One last question, do either of you find it better to start the turn wide or finish the turn wide?
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