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Old 09-05-2014, 06:29 PM   #15
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3 things on a list

One of the things I like best about this forum is the good useable information and repair tips that you all share. I remember when people used to help each other and this just seems like that.

We are looking at MHs now and will be buying in the spring. I CAN'T WAIT! I am so excited about this and about meeting a bunch of you. Course retiring is going to be pretty exciting too.

Thank you all for the laughs, the information, and the wisdom.

Dishwasher soap, who would of thunk?
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Old 09-06-2014, 08:35 AM   #16
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I've found out the way to a short list is to start out with item #1 - make a list. And then never get to item #2. The reason my list is so long is because we use our MH and when we're in it, little projects just keep popping up.
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Old 09-06-2014, 09:34 AM   #17
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I will save you one of those items.. Gray tank monitor is malfunctioning normally.. There are basically 3 types of monitors, the most common one dies that 100% of th time. The other two cost more.
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Old 09-09-2014, 01:39 PM   #18
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What did we do with all of our spare time and money when you just had to remember to pack the white gas and spare lantern mantles? Oh, and the funnel to fill the Coleman stove and lantern? Camping sure has become Glamping
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Old 09-09-2014, 07:07 PM   #19
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I mess around with the MH so much the DW calls it my Misstress. That sure raises some eyebrows when someone asks what I'm doing and she tells them, Oh he's just messing with his Misstress. Ends up bringing on some funny looks when she explains. Jim
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What did we do with all of our spare time and money when you just had to remember to pack the white gas and spare lantern mantles? Oh, and the funnel to fill the Coleman stove and lantern? Camping sure has become Glamping

This brought back some memories. When I was a kid it was one of my jobs to fill and pump up the Coleman stove & lantern. My dad the first time didn't tell me to keep my thumb over the hole to pressurize the tanks.
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We still have the old Coleman lantern and stove and they will be going in the MH when we get it. There were five of us kids and Dad taught us how to pitch a tent, start a fire, and set up camp. We could do it in the dark and we did it fast. It was a blast to go camping!
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We needed to be somewhere for just 1 night last summer, but all hotels were booked, and the RV was in the shop. Sooooo we decided to take a glory trip with the tent that came with our Jeep. Sounded like fun, eh? We laughed so hard just trying to get the darn poles into all the slots! Thank the Lord for wine, and the people watching us had a good time for sure! Oh, and there was NO ice cream. Really?!?
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