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Old 04-11-2014, 06:00 AM   #15
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Thanks for the video link. Very good and I will practice this method. I am not afraid to back up and I/we do fairly well at camp sites. Parking at home is a different ball game for me: very small/short cul de sac in which to turn and line up the 33ft. and then a wall on one side and the garage wall on the other and a gate opening which is approx. 12 ft. That gives me two ft on each side which is enough room. I think I have a mental block before I get started. Oh well, I have managed for many years but I still think I want to downsize by a few feet. Maybe that is an excuse for getting a new rig.
Thanks again - Carol
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Sounds like a great reason for a bright new shiny toy. Remember, this is first and foremost about having fun.

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